The sophomore starter still has work to do.
Thomas is your returning leader in interceptions.
He threw a lot of interceptions even though he didn’t play much.
Although the UC defense struggled mightily this season, Eric Wilson shined with his best year as a college athlete
After a week of voting, here’s who and what the DTD community selected.
An injury and offensive staleness made Boone look less explosive than year’s past.
Tackles, interceptions and consistency. These are the hallmarks of one of UC’s greatest safeties.
The break out before the break out.
Wilson may not have amazed in 2016 but he was durable. That in itself was valuable.
The converted safety was a versatile contributor to UC’s defense in 2016.
Despite missing a couple games late in the season, Gilbert was an important part of the pass defense.
Kinard did more than just replace Bryce Jenkinson on the depth chart.
Since they’ll be at home this bowl season, let’s take a look back at the good times.
A breakthrough senior season for the disruptive defensive tackle.
Flashes in an offensive gloom.
Copeland saw a large jump in his numbers this year thanks to an increase in playing time.
Never the fastest man on the field, but Tion always got the job done.
Not everybody thinks this was a slam dunk.
Luke Fickell spoke about passion, his plans for an uptempo offense and how he wants to target local recruits in his introductory press conference on Saturday.
All that’s left is the official announcement.
Ding, dong Tubs is gone.
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Tommy Tuberville resigned after Cincinnati's first losing season since 2010. Now the search for his replacement begins.
After a 4-8 season, Tommy Tuberville appears to be on his way out.
It hasn’t happened yet but Tommy Tuberville could be on his way out. Let’s take a look at some possible replacements.
It was a bleak season for UC, but a few players performed at a high level.
Against an electrically charged Tulsa offense, UC put up little resistance.
The Bearcats offense went out in style... sorta.
Temple earned a spot in AAC Championship Game.
The offense finally got things going but in the end, the Bearcats suffered a familiar fate.
The end is nigh.
The Cincinnati Bearcats will conclude their disappointing season against Tulsa this Friday night. Here’s how you can watch it!