There are plenty of compelling storylines to watch in the Spring Game tomorrow including a crowded quarterback battle, dominant defensive line, underrated running back room and more!
After starting spring practice nearly six weeks ago, Scott Satterfield’s team is set to show off their progress in the annual intrasquad scrimmage on Saturday afternoon at Nippert Stadium.
Even though it’s unclear which quarterback will emerge as the favorite heading into fall camp, the likely option seems to be Arizona State transfer Emory Jones or returning starter Ben Bryant.
It will be interesting to see how the quarterbacks perform in front of a full crowd as Bryant and Jones compete alongside Evan Prater, Brady Lichtenberg, Brady Drogosh and Jacob Hoying.
Cincinnati Football: Most compelling storylines to monitor in the Bearcats upcoming Spring Game
Despite losing leading rusher Charles McClelland, the ground game should continue to be effective behind Corey Kiner, Myles Montgomery, Ryan Montgomery, Ethan Wright and others.
With the return of star defensive tackles Jowon Briggs and Dontay Corleone, plus defensive ends Malik Vann and Eric Phillips Jr, the Bearcats defensive line should be a physically-imposing unit.
Satterfield broke down expectations for the Spring Game, latest injury updates and the most intriguing storylines heading into next season in a press conference via Cincinnati Athletics.
Make sure to stay tuned for the most recent recruiting rumors as the Bearcats prepares to host a ton of talented prospects including 2024 verbal commits Jake Wheelock and Daniel James!
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats latest commit Daniel James looks ahead to annual Spring Game
Following an impressive junior season that included totaling 46 tackles, 15 pass deflections and one interception, James announced his commitment to the Bearcats on Monday evening.
Just days after verbally committing to Cincinnati, James discussed his expectations for the upcoming Spring Game and reflected on his unofficial visit in a recent interview with me.