Cincinnati Football: Bearcats coaching staff is hoping to maximize Higher Ground training camp

Cincinnati Bearcats head coach Scott Satterfield during press conference at Fifth Third Arena.
Cincinnati Bearcats head coach Scott Satterfield during press conference at Fifth Third Arena. /
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Bearcats head coach Scott Satterfield and the entire coaching staff is hoping to maximize the upcoming Higher Ground training camp!

Moving to a new conference with a first-year head coach could be difficult and will require patience as the team enters Big 12 play.

The camp marks a pivotal phase in the preseason process, where players undergo conditioning and familiarize themselves with the playbook.

With a determined roster in place, the Bearcats have potential to find success in the Big 12 and earn bowl eligibility for a sixth straight year.

Cincinnati Football: Bearcats gear up for annual Higher Ground trip as training camp gets underway

Cincinnati is gearing up for an intense training camp as they head to the renowned Higher Ground Center in West Harrison, Indiana.

Even though the offense will look differently this season, the Bearcats will aim to put up points against the Big 12’s top defenses.

Satterfield’s coaching staff is committed to making the most of training camp, pushing the team to reach their highest potential.

The yearly Camp Higher Ground allows the program to practice and prepare for the upcoming campaign in a secluded athmosphere.

Cincinnati Football: Bearcats coaching staff is hoping to maximize Higher Ground training camp

As the anticipation for the regular season opener against Eastern Kentucky builds, Cincinnati is embracing the opportunity to improve.

During a recent interview with Bearcat Journal, Satterfield looked ahead to training camp and his first trip to Higher Ground per 247 Sports.

"“It’s like when you wake up as a kid on Christmas morning. The anticipation, the excitement, you know it’s getting ready to happen. That’s kind of been the feeling the past few days. As a head coach, you do so many things that are not ball all year. This is ball, this is fun. We have some great coaches, we let them coach, we let them do their thing. Now once we start watching film, I’m heavily involved. A lot of the stuff I’m doing is in the building, then we come out here and we let that plan go to work.”"

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