Cincinnati Bearcats Football 2019
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Myjai Sanders
Sanders was a breakout star and one of the best pass rushers on the roster.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Desmond Ridder
Ridder was better as a runner but worse as a passer in 2019.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Elijah Ponder
Ponder didn’t waste time, earning all-league honors in his first season as a full-time starter.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Michael Pitts
Pitts had a solid year, but he will have more to do as a senior.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Alec Pierce
Pierce had a breakout 2019 and led the Bearcats in receiving yards.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Tre Tucker
Tucker displayed dynamic offensive talents in addition to his work as a returner.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Ryan Montgomery
Montgomery's primary role was punt returner in 2019, but he made a few plays in the running game as well.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Leonard Taylor
Taylor provided brief flashes of his potential last year. Those flashes could turn into certified star power next season.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Bruno Labelle
Labelle wasn’t the most productive pass-catcher at tight end, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t an important contributor on offense.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Wilson Huber
Huber made more strides as a defender which seems to be where his future lies.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Justin Harris
Harris should be a big part of the future at UC, but he already got started in 2019.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Jayshon Jackson
Jackson regressed in 2019, but it is tough to be that surprised or disappointed when the Bearcats relied so heavily on the run,
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Ahmad Gardner
Gardner’s clutch interceptions and overall ability to defend against the pass made him an immediate star for the Bearcats.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Darrick Forrest
Forrest reached another level in 2019 and earned an all-conference nod for his trouble.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Joel Dublanko
Dublanko produced the best season of his career in 2019 but was still lower on the depth chart than he might have liked.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Coby Bryant
Bryant was a solid veteran presence for the Cincinnati secondary.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Arquon Bush
Bush didn’t quite live up to the expectations he created in the 2018 regular season finale, but he is still a promising part of the future.
Success of National Signing Day for Cincinnati
Cincinnati had a really successful recruiting period, bringing in the #1 recruiting class among group of five teams.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Gerrid Doaks
Doaks had the definition of a bounce back year in 2019.
Cincinnati WR Malick Mbodj Enters Transfer Portal
Mbodj was 4th on the team in catches and receiving yards in 2019
2020 Transfer Portal Update: Cincinnati Bearcats
A look at who is coming and who is going via the transfer portal for Cincinnati in 2020 and beyond
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Marcus Brown
Brown reached his peak against Tulsa and was a frequent contributor during the rest of the season as well.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Curtis Brooks
Brooks had never recorded a tackle for loss before 2019 but he had 7.5 this past season, including his first two career sacks.
Cincinnati RB Michael Warren Leaves Early for NFL Draft
Warren leaves the school as the 6th all-time rusher and 2nd most rushing touchdowns.
Cincinnati Bearcats Football Season in Review: Darrian Beavers
Beavers was a solid presence at linebacker for the Bearcats.
Cincinnati Football: What to Look Forward to in 2020
Coming off back-to-back 11 win seasons, what should you be excited about for the 2020 Bearcats football season?
Bearcats Blow Out Boston College to Win Birmingham Bowl
Bearcats finish 2019 season 11-3 after 38-6 win over Boston College
Birmingham Bowl Preview: Boston College Q&A
We get some insights and perspective on Cincinnati vs Boston College from a BC writer.
National Signing Day Updates: Cincinnati Bearcats
Summary of the 2020 Cincinnati Bearcats football recruiting class.
Why 2019 Season Was Huge Success for Cincinnati Bearcats Football
Bearcats win 11 games for the second consecutive season.
Football Opponent Preview: Boston College
Cincinnati takes on Boston College on January 2 in the Birmingham Bowl
Good and Bad: Cincinnati Selected to Birmingham Bowl
Cincinnati will face Boston College to close our the 2019 season on January 2nd.
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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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