Cincinnati improved on paper and won nine games despite massive injuries; if reasonably healthy, the Bearcats are probably the safest bet in the AAC.
In a game where both offenses have huge advantages over the other's defense the game could wind up being decided by the Bearcats big advantage in the special teams department
The Bearcats finally started practice today, several days after the rest of the country. The first day is never particularly meaningful, but its nice to have football back.
Tommy Tuberville teams have a tendency to surprise, for better or worse, and now he's in charge of perhaps the most hard-to-figure team in a hard-to-figure conference. 11-1? 4-8? It's all on the...
The offense dominated the first scrimmage of spring practice. On Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium the defense returned the favor.
republicofcincinnati: I don't know much about the Tarheels, except that they won 5 of their last 6 against middle of the pack ACC teams (& ODU) and had a 4-3 record at home...certainly not enough...
Records and numbers tell you two different stories about the Belk Bowl. Can Cincinnati prove skeptical numbers wrong? Can a young (and seemingly getting younger) UNC squad learn to close games?
There is no consensus among the Down The Drive staff, other than everyone predicting a grand send off for Old Nippert.