After literally carrying the offense in 2018, Warren is back to serve as the Bearcats’ lead rusher and to dominate any defense that attempts to stop him.
A brand new quarterback and a breakout year for Michael Warren culminated in one effective Cincinnati offense.
In Cincinnati’s Military Bowl victory, Warren came up big, continuing a trend that started at the very beginning of the season.
After weeks of waiting, the Bearcats and Hokies will finally settle their differences in the 2018 Military Bowl.
Halftime adjustments clearly helped the offense this week, as the Bearcats ended up scoring a healthy 35 points to beat USF.
Sparked by a long touchdown run from Michael Warren, the Bearcats scored 21 points in the third frame to put their ninth win on ice.
Plus Derek Wolfe plays a part in a blocked field goal and Deyshawn Bond does something most undrafted rookies don’t.