Better late than never, right?
Bearcats-Tigers Postgame Links
Its hard to put a finger on it. This team is clearly capible of more than they have shown to date. They can put together great games and mow teams down from start to finish. But those moments are fleeting. It is far more likely for the Bearcats to muddle through a game giving up as many big plays as they make and squeaking by in the end.
I’m not entirely sure if there is a feature back on the team this year. There are a lot of complimentary backs for sure. Green and Abernathy are great accents. Luallen is a nice change up. None of them have taken the bull by the balls and made this job their own. I would like to see that happen. We probably won’t see that happen I’m going to assume. It would have happened by now.
Kay was 27 of 35 to help Cincinnati (6-2, 3-1 American Athletic Conference) win its third straight. Anthony McClung finished with 98 yards receiving and a touchdown, and Shaq Washington had 11 catches for 96 yards.
Memphis hosted a rival from days gone by in a rare Wednesday-night tilt at the Liberty Bowl. Facing Cincinnati for the first time since 2004 (when the Bearcats played their last season in Conference USA), the Tigers made a pair of costly turnovers that led to touchdowns for the visitors. And facing the 7th-ranked defense in the country, Memphis managed only 232 yards in a loss that drops the Tigers to 1-6 on the season (and 0-4 in American Athletic Conference play).
Other UC Stuff
- UC Faces Bellarmine on Saturday in Exhibition Finale
- Swim & Dive Host Virginia Tech Saturday
- Bearcats Race for Inaugural AAC Championships
- Men’s Soccer Wraps Regular Season at Temple
- Houston 35, USF 23: So. Many. Emotions. – Few times do we see so much positivity after a pretty big loss.
- Mike White’s Life Just Changed Forever
- A History of Cincinnati in 50 Objects
- Free Agent: The Shin-Soo Choo Decision
- Giovani Bernard Touchdown (Video) – This is the run all your co-workers have been talking about.
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