Dec 1, 2012; East Hartford, CT, USA; Connecticut Huskies guard Alex Mateas (73) readies the ball before a snap during the second half against the Cincinnati Bearcats at Rentschler Field. The Bearcats defeated UConn, 34-17. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati's Homecoming Game Against UConn Set For Noon Kickoff On ESPNU

The title says it all, no?

 

 

The Bearcats’ next game after Temple this weekend will be a nooner against the UConn Huskies. For those of you planning on attending, be sure to stock up on the essentials: mimosa ingredients, eggs, bacon, pancake mix, and griddles. Lots and lots of griddles. And people to tailgate with. Doing that alone is just about the saddest thing on the planet*.

*May or may not have learned from personal experience.

And if you won’t be at the game, you’ll be able to catch it on television via ESPNU. The good news is that, unlike like last three games, this one will be on actual TV. Despite being buried on one of The Worldwide Leaders’ lesser networks, watching football on an oversized manhood compensator is far, far better than huddling in front of a tiny computer screen. That is, if your cable provider even carries ESPNU.

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