Cincinnati Football: Scott Satterfield looks ahead to West Virginia in press conference

Cincinnati Bearcats coach Scott Satterfield looked ahead to the upcoming matchup against the West Virginia Mountaineers in a recent press conference!

Even though it has been a frustrating season so far, the Bearcats showed a lot of resiliency in a win over Houston and are hoping to compete at West Virginia.

The Bearcats are looking to maintain momentum as they continue to prepare to renew the storied rivalry against the conference opponent this week.

With an opportunity to wrap up the inaugural Big 12 campaign on a high note, Cincinnati is attempting to take down West Virginia on Saturday afternoon.

Cincinnati Football: Scott Satterfield looks ahead to West Virginia in press conference

  • Date: Saturday, November 18 at 2:30 PM
  • Location: Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown
  • Series History: West Virginia leads 16-3-1
  • TV Broadcast: ESPN+ and fuboTV

Make sure to preview the road trip to Morgantown with the most recent odds, players to watch, quotes and more as the Bearcats travel to West Virginia.

Players to watch in the matchup include Cincinnati right guard Luke Kandra, running back Corey Kiner, defensive back Deshawn Pace and safety Taj Ward.

The Bearcats average 223.3 rushing yards per game, which ranks fifth in the country, and have racked up the seventh-most with 2,233 total rushing yards.

Stay tuned for more coverage in the coming days as the Bearcats continue to participate in Big 12 play with the regular season winding down next week!

Cincinnati Football: Bearcats look to keep momentum going against West Virginia

During the pregame press conference in recent days, Satterfield previewed the meeting at West Virginia and discussed the rivalry via Cincinnati Athletics.

The most recent meeting against rival West Virginia took place in 2011 when the Bearcats came up just short in a 24-21 loss inside Paul Brown Stadium.

“They have six wins to this point. I think the strength in their team is the offensive line. Those guys are really good up front and are one of the top rushing teams in the country this year. They have two good running backs. One big back and a freshman that’s showing some good stuff this year. Solid receivers and their quarterback plays extremely hard. It’ll be senior day so they want to get that taste out of their mouth and we’ll get their best shot.”