Pitt Vs. Cincinnati Final Score: Munchie Legaux Leads Bearcats Past Panthers

This game was never in question, as the Cincinnati Bearcats got on the scoreboard first, when running back George Winn scored on a 58-yard run on their first play of the game. The Bearcats never looked back as they easily won 34-10 over the Pittsburgh Panthers. The game was not even that close as Pittsburgh scored its only touchdown with under a minute left in the fourth quarter.

Winn also scored another touchdown and had 95 total yards on the ground. Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux had a big game as threw for 205 yards with a pair of touchdowns, plus he rushed for 117 yards on six carries to lead all players.

Legaux's favorite target on Thursday night was running back Ralph Abernathy, who caught the ball four times for 71 yards, and two of those catches went for touchdowns.

For more on Pittsburgh football, visit Pitt blog Cardiac Hill, plus SB Nation Pittsburgh.For more on Bearcats football, visit Cincinnati blog Down The Drive. And Big East Coast Bias, for the time being.

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