For the past decade, UC has been a basketball school. Basketball thrived, while football was inconsistent and mediocre at times. The late 2000s, 2009 in specific, were the prime of Bearcat football, however they have returned to the success level of that time. Despite both the football and basketball teams having great seasons in 2018-19, … Continue reading Is Cincinnati Returning to a Football School?
All of the Tiger Woods news can take the backseat to this one. With Mick Cronin departing for UCLA, Cincinnati has looked no further than a 15 minute drive down I-471 in search for a new leader. A new era in #Bearcats basketball begins today! Welcome @coachbrannen! pic.twitter.com/GlmuzrnEar — Cincinnati Men’s Hoops (@GoBearcatsMBB) April 14, … Continue reading Bearcats Hire John Brannen
It's probably safe to say some Marshall basketball fans didn't quite know what they were getting when Jon Elmore decided to take his talents to Huntington, West Virginia over four years ago. But over the course of a historic, record-setting, and program-changing career for the Charleston, West Virginia native, everyone involved with Marshall Thundering Herd … Continue reading Reflecting On The Historic Career Of Marshall Great Jon Elmore
A Cincinnati born and Bearcat educated coach may leave his roots. Mick Cronin has been named as a top candidate for the UCLA and Virginia Tech head coach position. Would Coach Cronin truly depart from his Alma Mater for money, leaving behind the success he has had? Cronin is a phenomenal coach. It should be … Continue reading Are the Bearcats In Jeopardy of Losing Cronin?
Mick Cronin has the Bearcats right where they should always be; on top. Back-to-back AAC champions, and they were both so sweet A determined Cincinnati team showed up today, and Jarron Cumberland led the charge. Make that ???? ? ???? @American_MBB Tourney ??????!#Bearcats | #AmericanHoops pic.twitter.com/MgcwHkvRPc — Cincinnati Men’s Hoops (@GoBearcatsMBB) March 17, 2019 Cumberland … Continue reading Cincinnati Repeats as AAC Champs
Another week of basketball is behind us, which brings an updated AP Poll. Cincinnati had a perfect week, going 2-0. Both wins were hard-fought, but enough for the Bearcats to move up to 20 in the polls. MOVING UP!#Bearcats pic.twitter.com/FvQG17JxsQ — Cincinnati Men’s Hoops (@GoBearcatsMBB) March 4, 2019 Cincinnati also found themselves ranked 19 in … Continue reading Bearcats Jump Up in AP Poll
Ugly. That is one word to describe how the Cincinnati offense played on Wednesday. The offense shot a mere 26.6 percent from the field. The defense, on the other hand, played extremely well, and is the reason why UC won. The Good The defense was one of the bright spots from Wednesday night. The defense … Continue reading Bearcats Prove Defense Wins Games, Squeak Out Road Win
The Bearcats came in as 6 point favorites on the road vs Connecticut, in what seemed to be a must-win game. Cincinnati is staying alive in the AAC regular season title race, just 1 game back from the Houston Cougars. Today was a big help, getting their 3rd straight win, and improving to 5-1 this … Continue reading Bearcats Survive Connecticut
After a historic 2017-18 season in which Marshall basketball finished 25-11 with a C-USA Tournament Championship and NCAA Tournament Round of 32 appearance, expectations were sky high for the Thundering Herd heading into the 2018-19 season. The Herd returned four starters and other key contributors from that 2017-18 team, which led to a preseason number … Continue reading Assessing Marshall Basketball’s 2018-19 Season Heading Into Bonus Play
With Herd Madness set to take place tonight, basketball season is upon us and the Marshall Thundering Herd will be looking to build on its historic 2017-18 season. Marshall had a season over three decades in the making last season by finishing 25-11 overall with a C-USA Tournament Championship and for the first time since … Continue reading Marshall Basketball 2018-19 Season Preview