I have nothing terribly insightful, ingenious, inventive, or perhaps even interesting to say about Saturday’s game with Cincinnati.
But, that has never stopped me from blathering on about what I think. So, here goes… Read More…
After winning two consecutive Big East titles and making appearances in the Orange and Sugar Bowls, last season’s 4-and-8 record was like a cold-water bath for the Cincinnati Bearcat fans. Losing their head coach (Brian Kelly) right before their big moment in the limelight of their 2009 season (Sugar Bowl) was like a kick in the stomach. They took a 12-0 record and #4 national ranking (AP) to New Orleans, but went on to lose to Florida 51-24.
The University of Cincinnati “Bearcats” were born on October 31, 1914 during a football game with Kentucky.
Kentucky was the fifth game of a nine-game schedule in 1914. No one had scored against Cincinnati in the first four games. Kentucky was the first quality team the Red and Black would face that season.