Jordan Stepp

Cincinnati Bearcats #94 - Defensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 268

The Favorite Cincinnati Bearcat Football Player Since 1997 Tournament: Mark Dantonio Region Round Two


Let’s dive into the results of the first round and take a look at the next one. Voting is now open for the second round and will be until May 9 at 6 a.m.

Bearcats Must Be Better Inside In 2015 Season


As camp starts in earnest today for the 2015 Cincinnati Bearcats most of the talk will understandably center on Gunner Kiel and the offense. But the most important position for the Bearcats success...

Norman Oglesby Is Officially A Bearcat


The Bearcats only true defensive tackle commit in the class of 2015 hails from the same school as former stand out Jordan Stepp.

The Deep Roots Of The Bearcats Line Issues


It goes back farther than you know. OK, not that far, but far.

Bearcat X Factors: Brandon Mitchell


With wholesale changes to the defensive tackle rotation from last year it will finally be Brandon Mitchell's time in 2014. And it has to be his time for the Bearcats defense to reach its potential.

Sione Tongamoa Officially On Bearcats Roster


The addition wasn't last minute, Tongamoa committed back in May, but his qualification was. There are also a couple more last minute roster updates.

Bearcats Pick Up Second Commit For Class of 2015


Indianapolis Ben Davis defensive tackle Norman Oglesby committed to the Bearcats today.

Cincy is capable of anything, good or bad

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...

Bearcats Spring Position Battles; Defensive Tackle


The top four players from last season's defensive tackle rotation are graduating. So the torch will be passed to two relatively new faces and an old hand from the Butch Jones era.

UAB Job Filled, Eddie Gran Staying In Cincinnati


The news was met with derision from some Bearcats. But Gran coming back for a second year is unquestionably a good thing for the Bearcats.