Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball 2019-20
Bearcats Player Power Rankings: The First Month
What can the first month tell us about Cincinnati’s roster?
Cincinnati Basketball: Junior Guard Trevor Moore Enters Transfer Portal
Moore played 6 games in 2019 and never scored more than 3 points, playing under 10 minutes per game.
Cincinnati Loses First Xavier Game of John Brannen Era
Bearcats fall to 6-3 with a 73-66 loss to Xavier.
How Current Bearcats Have Fared Against Xavier
Several Bearcats veterans have experience playing against Xavier.
Comparing the Starting Lineups for the 2019 Crosstown Shootout
The makeup of each starting lineup gives us a glimpse into key matchups and how these teams will try to claim victory.
The Fourth Annual Updated History of the Crosstown Shootout
Rivalries such as the Crosstown Shootout, which will be played this weekend, deserve their rich historical context.
No Overtime Needed: Bearcats Get Quality Win Against Vermont
Cincinnati beats Vermont 82-73 to improve to 6-2.
Cincinnati Basketball Preview: Who is Vermont?
5-2 Cincinnati Bearcats host 6-3 Vermont in men’s basketball on Tuesday.
Work-In-Progress: Bearcats Beat UNLV to Improve to 5-2
Bearcats play third straight overtime game and knock off UNLV 72-65
Bearcats Finish Third Place in Disappointing Paradise Jam Event
Cincinnati returns home after going 2-1 in Paradise Jam.
Jaevin Cumberland and Chris Vogt Have Hit the Ground Running
A new environment has done nothing to slow the play of two of the many newcomers on Cincinnati’s roster.
2019 Paradise Jam Preview: Know the Teams
8 schools, including Cincinnati get set to play in the 2019 Paradise Jam in the Virgin Islands this weekend.
Trevon Scott Has Upgraded His Rebounding Game
Scott has stood out in the first two games for his ability to crash the boards.
Cincinnati Beats Drake for First Win of John Brannen Era
Bearcats win home opener 81-59 against Drake
Cincinnati vs Drake Basketball Preview: 6 Questions
John Brannen makes his home debut as Cincinnati hosts Drake in men’s basketball on Monday.
Instant Reaction Audio: Bearcats Lose Opening Night to Ohio State
Ohio State beats Cincinnati 64-56 - listen to our thoughts on the Bearcats’ opening night loss.
9 Predictions for 2019-20 Cincinnati Bearcats Men’s Basketball
A new era of Cincinnati Bearcats basketball begins Wednesday .
Playing Best Case/Worst Case for 2019-20 Cincinnati Bearcats Men’s Basketball
There are many unknowns with this Bearcats team and that means the possible outcomes for this season fall all over the spectrum.
Cincinnati Bearcats Men’s Basketball 2019-20 Preview
Cincinnati Bearcats embark on a new era of basketball beginning in 2019-20.
Bearcats Basketball - Meet the Freshman
Three players highlight John Brannen’s first freshman recruiting class for 2019.
Bearcats Basketball - Meet the Transfers
Among the newcomers for the 2019-20 Bearcats basketball team, four of them are transfers.
PODCAST: Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball Preview
Cincinnati has made the NCAA Tournament 9 years in a row. How will the coaching and roster transition impact that run?
Returning Player Refresher: Jarron Cumberland
With Cumberland still at the helm, the Bearcats don’t have to worry about losing a step, even if all the talk this offseason has been about changes to the program.
History of Cincinnati vs Ohio State Basketball
Cincinnati men’s basketball team opens up the 2019-20 season against Ohio State on November 6th.
Returning Player Refresher: Trevon Scott
Scott leveled up last season and he’ll return this year as one of the most important contributors on the roster.
AAC Basketball Media Day Report
Bearcats men and women basketball teams were both projected to finish third in the AAC in 2019-20.
Returning Player Refresher: Keith Williams
Williams broke out for the Bearcats last season. He’ll be asked to exceed that success this year.
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Marcus Freeman is entering his third season as Cincinnati’s Defensive Coordinator. Bearcats had the 11th ranked defense in 2018, allowing just 28 TDs (8th in the country). Freeman worked at Ohio State, Kent State and Purdue before reuniting with Luke Fickell. . Before he got into coaching, Freeman was a dominant linebacker at Ohio State. He was a 2x All Second Team Big Ten player. He started 37 games between 2004-2008. 2007 was his high for tackles, with 109 total. In 2007 and 2008, he recorded 9.5 sacks each year. His only 2 INTs came in 2006 and he forced 2 fumbles in 2007. . He was a 5th round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft by the Bears, but never played a game in the NFL. He was waived before the season started and signed contracts with Bills and Texans too, but an enlarged heart condition, found on one of his physicals, forced him to retire. . Freeman was listed at #24 on @theathletichq list of assistant coaches who could become head coach soon. Some Ohio or Michigan MAC school would benefit greatly from pursuing Freeman in the future. . . . #cincitypride #cincinnati #nati #bearcats #bearcatspride #bearcatsnation #cincinnatibearcats #gobearcats #ucbearcats #uc #cincinnatifootball #bearcatsfootball #marcusfreeman #football
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Sean Kilpatrick (19 PTS) and Malik Monk (16 PTS) went back and forth in a 4th quarter duel of their own! pic.twitter.com/Fg3DNa52av— NBA (@NBA) April 4, 2018