Tommy Tuberville on the Power 5 Teams


"A lot of them won't play us. I'll just leave it at that."

Tommy Tuberville via Tom Groeschen

Gunner Kiel Hears The Haters


"I kind of heard some things where people said I'm soft for coming out of those games. 'Like why's he hurt?' 'That wasn't a big hit.' They just don't really understand. They don't know what's going on. But for me, I hate coming out of games. I hate it. So whenever I came out, I was more frustrated than they were."

Lets Not Get Cocky


SMU and Cincinnati are likely the only two who could firmly make the field regardless of what happens in Hartford, Connecticut.

ESPN AAC Conference Tournament Preview

Quadri Moore Back with the Cats


Quadri Moore is back with #UC basketball team, no longer suspended. On trip here at Houston.

Tom Groeschen

UC point guard Ge'Lawn Guyn out for season


"He had a tear in a ligament in his finger. It kept bothering him. He'll be out for the year." - Bearcats associate head coach, Larry Davis

UC Giving You A Chance To Try Before You Buy Season Tickets


The University of Cincinnati Athletics Department’s Fan Development Team, in conjunction with Gaslight Property, is inviting Bearcats fans to "Try it before you buy it" during a men’s basketball exhibition game this year at Fifth Third Arena. Seats available for purchase will be tagged and fans will have the ability to lock in their favorite location on site.

Go Bearcats

Rick Petino On The Influence Of The Shoe Companies In Recruiting


I can't recruit a kid now because he wears Nike on the AAU circuit. I never thought that shoes would be the reason I couldn't recruit a player, but it's a factor now. I think we need to deal with that. I think we need to get the shoe companies out of the lives of young athletes and get it back to where coaches and parents have more of a say than peripheral people, but I don't know how to do that. It's easier said than done.

Card Chronicle

Five Programs on the Decline


And so it begins; from NBC Sports

Cincinnati: The Bearcats will be young. Mick Cronin brings in five newcomers and adds two redshirt freshman to the lineup. Cincy, coming off a 27-win season and a first-place finish in the American, will lose their top three scorers — All-American guard Sean Kilpatrick, Justin Jackson and Titus Rubles — as well as former five-star forward Jermaine Lawrence. Luckily for Cronin, he got an early start with his program, taking a week trip to the Bahamas in August.

Bearcats Issues Apparent Last Year


"I knew we were going to struggle in some areas," Tuberville said. "The problem goes back to last year. We didn't play very well the first part of the year because our running game wasn't very strong. And then fortunately we spread it out and started making plays.

The Enquirer