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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 Cincinnati Reds and Atlanta Braves come into this key series with very similar records. While the Braves sit atop the NL East, the Reds are behind both the Cardinals and Pirates in the highly competitive NL Central. The Reds are just 21-24 on the road this year, while the Braves are 29-13 on their home field. Let’s take a look at the first game of this series.
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.
The Big East has always been considered one of the major conferences in college football, but its recent past has not always lived up to this billing. It has not been in the national title picture since Miami was still …
The Big East takes center stage on Thursday night on ESPN as the South Florida Bulls travel to Cincinnati to face the Bearcats. The Bulls were expected to contend for the Big East title this season but with two conference losses they are almost out of the race already. Cincinnati is not in much better shape at 1-1 in the conference.
Two teams coming off blowout opening wins meet on Saturday as #4 Oklahoma hosts Cincinnati. The Sooners routed a hapless Chattanooga team 57-2 last week while the Bearcats routed Eastern Kentucky 40-7. Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford threw for 183 yards and two touchdowns but only played into the second quarter before Oklahoma backups came in. Chris Brown had three rushing touchdowns and DeMarco Murray ran for 124 yards and two TDs. The Sooners defense was untouchable as the only Chattanooga score was on a safety.