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The Memphis Tigers and the Cincinnati Bearcats used to share a bitter rivalry in Conference USA. They were split up when the Bearcats took the jump up to the Big East, but now, under the united front of the AAC, these two will get back together once again on Wednesday night at the Liberty Bowl.
Friday night’s lone college football betting battle heads to Nippert Stadium, where ESPN and its team will be broadcasting the duel between the Cincinnati Bearcats and the Temple Owls.
The Cincinnati Bearcats throttled the Purdue Boilermakers at home last weekend. This week they’ll face another team near (or at) the bottom of the Big Ten standings in the Illinois Fighting Illini. This time the Bearcats will be on the road, but they are still a pretty heavy favorite in this one. Can the Illini pull off the upset at home?
The conference formerly known as the Big East is now the American Athletic conference. To say that there have been some major changes here in the past couple years is a major understatement. Only a few of the same schools remain, and there are a whole lot of new teams moving into this power conference.
One of the more interesting first round (or technically second round if you include Play In games) is the tenth seeded Cincinnati Bearcats against the Creighton Blue Jays. Cincinnati started the season red hot, but they stumbled their way through a tough Big East schedule.
The Cincinnati Bearcats probably did enough to punch their bid to the NCAA Tournament on Wednesday when they beat the Providence Friars. Now, they have to take on one of the big kahunas in the Big East Tournament on Thursday when they take on the Georgetown Hoyas.
Bubble drama will begin to unfold at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday afternoon in one of the biggest games of the season for the Cincinnati Bearcats and the Providence Friars.
There is only one more week of regular season college basketball betting action left, and that week kicks off for the Cincinnati Bearcats and the Louisville Cardinals on Monday night at KFC Yum! Arena.
Two of the middling teams in the Big East that are hoping to get into the dance without any hassles are going to square off on Sunday afternoon in South Bend, where the Notre Dame Fighting Irish will tango with the Cincinnati Bearcats.
The Cincinnati Bearcats know that they are in need of a big time win or two down the stretch to ensure a place in the NCAA Tournament, and they are going to have a chance to get the job done on the road at the XL Center on Thursday night when they take on the Connecticut Huskies.