Cincinnati Football: Scott Satterfield reacts to the Bearcats 45-13 loss at Oklahoma State

Cincinnati Bearcats take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Boone Pickens Stadium.
Cincinnati Bearcats take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Boone Pickens Stadium. /
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Cincinnati Bearcats coach Scott Satterfield reacted to a 45-13 loss at the Oklahoma State Cowboys in a postgame press conference per Cincinnati Athletics.

It was a frustrating showing as the Bearcats allowed Oklahoma State running back Ollie Gordon to put up a 271 rushing yards and two touchdowns today.

Satterfield’s team continues to struggle in Big 12 play following a sixth consecutive loss, the longest losing streak in program history in over two decades.

The initial season under Satterfield has been a huge disappointment as Cincinnati hasn’t won a game in almost two months with an 0-5 record in the Big 12.

Cincinnati Football: Scott Satterfield reacts to the Bearcats 45-13 loss at Oklahoma State

Bearcats back up quarterback Brady Lichtenberg replaced Emory Jones in the fourth quarter after Jones threw for 117 yards and one interception.

Cincinnati running back Myles Montgomery scored a 63-yard touchdown to tie it in the opening quarter before Oklahoma State posted 24 straight points.

It appeared the Bearcats would stay within reach in the second half but Oklahoma State compiled three touchdowns in the third quarter to take a 31-7 lead.

Oklahoma State racked up an impressive 601 total yards including 315 rushing yards, while Cincinnati struggled to move the ball during the second half.

Cincinnati Football: Bearcats get blown out against Big 12 opponent Oklahoma State

Cincinnati returns to action against the UCF Knights on Saturday afternoon at Nippert Stadium with an opportunity to snap the six-game losing streak.

Following an impressive start to the regular season, the Bearcats are still searching for the first Big 12 win after suffering a sixth loss in a row this week.

Montgomery finished with a team-high 90 rushing yards and one touchdown but it wasn’t enough to propel Cincinnati to the first ever Big 12 victory.

Stay tuned for coverage in the coming days as the Bearcats get ready to host UCF at home with both teams attempting to secure a conference win.

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