Cincinnati Bearcats sophomore tight end Chamon Metayer continued to display dominant potential during a pair of recent impressive performances!
Even though it resulted in a disappointing outcome, Metayer showcased his ability with a career-best 59 receiving yards, two touchdowns and three catches.
Just a week before his memorable showing against the BYU Cougars, Metayer recorded a career-high three receptions for 50 yards in the Big 12 opener.
Metayer should be able to build on his improved play as Cincinnati looks to rebound from a frustrating skid with conference play set to ramp up even more.
Cincinnati Football: Chamon Metayer continues to show potential in recent performances
A week off serves as a chance for the Bearcats to analyze their performances and make necessary adjustments ahead of the homecoming game!
Cincinnati began the regular season with high hopes but a string of unexpected setbacks left the coaching staff searching for some answers going forward.
The program finds itself at a critical juncture as they enter the week off with an opportunity to regroup after suffering a surprising three-game losing skid.
With an upcoming matchup against the Iowa State Cyclones next week, the bye comes at a pivotal time during Scott Satterfield’s first season as head coach.
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats enter bye week with plenty of questions as Big 12 play ramps up
Cincinnati had plenty of opportunities to stay within striking distance in the second half but self-inflicted lapses contributed to a recent loss against BYU.
Despite compiling more first downs and total yards, Satterfield’s team committed too many mistakes and unforced errors in the sloppy performance.
The Bearcats will try to refocus in the coming days before eventually returning to action against Iowa State on Saturday, October 14 at Nippert Stadium.
With a renewed sense of motivation and purpose, Cincinnati will attempt to put an end to the losing streak and get back in the winning column soon!