Cincinnati Football: Bearcats preview matchup against Miami in midweek press conference

Cincinnati Bearcats wide receiver Tyler Scott catches a pass against the Miami RedHawks.
Cincinnati Bearcats wide receiver Tyler Scott catches a pass against the Miami RedHawks. /
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During a midweek press conference, the Cincinnati Bearcats head coach Scott Satterfield looked ahead to an upcoming matchup with the Miami Redhawks!

Make sure to read our preview for the Bearcats battle against Miami including the latest odds, players to watch and more prior to kick off.

Satterfield’s team is expected to secure a relatively comfortable victory as the in-state rivals get ready to face off for the 127th time in school history.

The Battle for the Victory Bell is an opportunity for both programs to make a major statement as they prepare for conference play to begin this month.

Cincinnati Football: Preview for the Bearcats upcoming matchup against rival Miami

  • Date: Saturday, September 16 at 7:00 PM
  • Location: Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati
  • Series History: Bearcats lead 60-59-7
  • TV Broadcast: ESPN+ and fuboTV

Cincinnati will rely on their high-powered offense and stout defense to secure a victory, while Miami looks to pull off an upset on Saturday night!

Miami players to watch include quarterback Brett Gabbert, linebacker Matt Salopek, receiver Gage Larvadain and defensive back Jacquez Warren.

The Bearcats will lean on star defensive line duo Jowon Briggs and Dontay Corleone, quarterback Emory Jones and running back Corey Kiner.

Cincinnati Football: Bearcats preview matchup against Miami in midweek press conference

Satterfield previewed the annual Battle for the Victory Bell matchup against Miami in a recent press conference per Cincinnati Athletics!

"“The first time at night to be able to play at Nippert. Really excited about that. The first game was awesome but I’m sure this game will have even more electricity. The students will be out and everybody will have plenty of time to tailgate and have fun before the game. It was a big win and we’re excited about it but ready to move onto Miami this week. We know it’s a rivalry game and what’s at stake with it. We know we’re going to get their best shot. They’re going to come here and play as hard as possible. Whatever they showed on film, I think you have to elevate that because that’s how they will play. You have to be ready for everything. They’re very solid and aggressive.”"

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