With just a couple days until the Bearcats take on South Florida, check out a break down of the all-time series history!
The long-time conference foes have played 46 times since first meeting in 1975 and Cincinnati is 36-10 against the Bulls.
In the most recent matchup last month, the Bearcats earned an 85-69 win in Tampa behind a season-low four turnovers.
Cincinnati senior duo David DeJulius and Landers Nolley II each scored a game-high 21 points to extend a 3-game win streak.
Cincinnati Basketball: Breaking down series history against conference foe South Florida
- Date: Saturday, February 11 at 7:00 PM
- Location: Fifth Third Arena in Cincinnati
- TV Broadcast: ESPN+ and fuboTV
- Series History: Bearcats lead 36-10
Despite splitting the last four matchups, Cincinnati has mostly dominated the series with a 19-3 record at Fifth Third Arena.
After winning 16 straight home games against South Florida, the Bearcats lost the last two by a combined five points.
Wes Miller’s team is hoping protect home court on Saturday night with a chance to sweep the season series against the Bulls.
Cincinnati Basketball: TV coverage, where to watch the Bearcats host South Florida
Following an overtime loss at Tulane, the Bearcats will host conference foe South Florida on Saturday night on ESPN+ and fuboTV.
The Bulls are coming off a blowout loss against Memphis and currently remain tied for ninth place in the AAC with a 3-8 record.
In order to stay in contention for a first round bye in the AAC Tournament, Cincinnati needs to avoid any losses to lesser competition.
Players to watch in the upcoming matchup include South Florida backcourt mates Tyler Harris and Selton Miguel, plus center Russel Tchewa.