Ralph David Abernathy IV

Cincinnati Bearcats #1 - Running Back

  • Height: 5-7
  • Weight: 161
  • Seasons: SR

Toledo to face Cincinnati, which has faced nobody

While the Rockets have opened with a win and loss already, Cincinnati has yet to play a game. What do we know about them anyway?

Let's Not Fudge It Up This Time, Alright?

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What would our preseason content be without a small tribute to Key and Peele, and their excellent rendition of some of the ridiculous names you can occasionally come across on a college football...

The Bearcats At The AAC Media Day

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A whole bunch of interviews to start your morning off right. That and a brief discourse on the history of buttoning the top button of a polo shirt. Nothing but the essentials.

American Athletic Conference Media Days Start Now

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Tommy Tuberville and four Seniors head off to Rhode Island for the annual event which unofficially starts today and officially ends tomorrow.

Cincinnati Bearcats Spring Practice Round Up

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Taking stock of all the news and notes emanating from the start of spring football in Cincinnati

Down The Drive Staff Picks; Rutgers

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Consensus? This is no place for consensus

Bearcats Turn To Jordan Luallen For Running Boost

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The Senior from Greenwood Indiana has gone from forgotten to indispensable in about a months time. All because the Cincinnati Bearcats can't seem to run without him.

Bearcats and Mustangs Depth Charts

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A couple of interesting changes for the Bearcats

Bearcats & Owls Depth Chart For Friday Nigh Lights

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No big changes from the Bearcats on the official depth chart, though there will almost certainly be some changes.

Personnel Changes Coming For Bearcats Offense

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Eddie Gran and his staff didn't really answer the bell in terms of putting the offense in positions where they could succeed. Lets see how he does on that count in week three

Bearcats @ Illinois Keys To The Game

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Here are some areas to pay attention to for tomorrow’s game

Fun With Stats; Takeaways From The Purdue Game

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The Bearcats dominated Purdue from beginning to end in a game that produced more than its fair share of statistical anomalies. Check that, meaningless statistical anomalies.