Cincinnati Football: Bearcats legend Antwan Peek Sr among recent Hall of Fame inductees

Cincinnati Bearcats legend Antwan Peek celebrates in 2002.
Cincinnati Bearcats legend Antwan Peek celebrates in 2002. /
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Cincinnati native and Bearcats legend Antwan Peek Sr was among a handful of former athletes to get inducted to the UC Athletics Hall of Fame this year!

Following a memorable career with his hometown team, Peek was drafted by the Houston Texans in 2003 and later signed with the Cleveland Browns.

Peek is the all-time leader in school history with 27 sacks and 17 forced fumbles in his illustrious career that included winning a conference title in 2002.

The Woodward High School product will attend the Bearcats game against the UCF Knights on Saturday as his son Antwan Peek Jr looks to make an impact.

Cincinnati Football: Bearcats legend Antwan Peek Sr among recent Hall of Fame inductees

  • Date: Saturday, November 4 at 3:30 PM
  • Location: Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati
  • Series History: Schools tied 4-4
  • TV Broadcast: FS1 and fuboTV

Make sure to preview the annual rivalry versus UCF including the latest odds, players to watch, pregame quotes and more prior to kick off this weekend!

Players to watch in the upcoming matchup against UCF include defensive tackle Jowon Briggs, running back Myles Montgomery and safety Taj Ward.

Scott Satterfield’s team continues to struggle in Big 12 play with a sixth consecutive loss and the longest losing streak for the school since 1998.

The Bearcats opened as 4.5-point underdogs with the over/under currently placed at 59.5 total points against UCF according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Cincinnati Football: Bearcats should be able to stay competitive against conference rival UCF

Cincinnati should be able to keep it competitive this week but it definitely won’t be easy for the defense to contain UCF’s high-powered rushing attack.

Gus Malzahn’s offense currently leads the Big 12 with 227.0 rushing yards per game and is expected to pose a challenge for Bryan Brown’s defense.

Since becoming conference rivals during their time in the AAC throughout the last decade, the teams have split eight previous meetings with a 4-4 record.

The former AAC rivals are scheduled to face off for the ninth time in program history as each team is hoping to earn the first ever victory in Big 12 play!

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