Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball 2017-18
Now that the NBA Draft is over, its time to look back at the year that was in Cincinnati Bearcats basketball and the predictions we made back in November.
Evans will begin is professional career with the two-time reigning champs.
Even with their three best players gone, the Bearcats are adjusting and shaping a roster with a ton of versatility.
Brutal doesn’t even do it justice, but after Sunday’s loss, the Bearcats must move on. Here’s how they can.
A sampling of things that went right (and there was a lot) for the Cincinnati Bearcats this season.
A (hopefully) cathartic exercise in facing the demons of the Bearcats’ round of 32 loss.
Wolf Pack stormed back from 22-point deficit.
Nevada presents a wholly unique challenge for the Bearcats, but changing up lineups to adjust is going to be a key to success.
The Bearcats aren’t taking anything for granted, no matter where they eat.
This is the Bearcats’ chance to advance to Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 2011-12 season.
Virginia’s historic loss clears lane for the Bearcats.
Cumberland had a career-high 27 points and was the difference in a game that was more competitive than it should have been.
The Bearcats will try to the tie single-season program record for victories.