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  • 2014 Spring Football Review- Offense

    2014 Spring Football Review- Offense

    The Bearcats have concluded their fifteen spring practices so now it’s time to review where the 2014 team stands heading into August training camp. Today, Bearcat Journal takes a look at the Cincinnati offense. More

  • Annen Hoping and Waiting

    Annen Hoping and Waiting

    The NFL draft can be a complicated and confusing process as collegiate players move up and down teams’ draft boards months after playing in their final college games. NFL scouts, coaches and administrators put prospects through NFL Combine and Pro Day workouts with the hopes of uncovering important data they evidently couldn’t gauge when watching these young men play dozens of games. More

  • Fobbs hope to land Cincinnati offer

    Fobbs hope to land Cincinnati offer

    Miamisburg High School’s Chris Fobbs is one of the highest rated cornerbacks in the country according to 247sports.com. The 6-foot-185-pound prospect, however, is still looking for big time offers to go along with his Toledo offer.
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  • Bearcats No. 1 For DL Oglesby

    Bearcats No. 1 For DL Oglesby

    A recent visit and offer from Cincinnati has the Bearcats in the driver’s seat for Indianapolis (Ind.) Ben Davis defensive lineman Norman Oglesby. More

  • Luc Looking Like a Leader

    Luc Looking Like a Leader

    After Saturday’s spring game, Jeff Luc spent a few minutes talking with Bearcat Journal. The former five star linebacker led Cincinnati in tackles with 11. More

  • Tim's Tidbits: 2014 Spring Game

    Tim's Tidbits: 2014 Spring Game

    This year’s spring football game was held at Paul Brown Stadium, and Bearcat Journal estimates the crowd at 4,000. The Bearcats played four 12 minutes quarters, and according to the stat sheet, they ran 114 plays. More

  • Burwell Hopes To Make a Name

    Burwell Hopes To Make a Name

    Spring football is a time of opportunity for every player on the team.  The overall roster numbers are down due to the graduating seniors so back-ups, redshirts and walk-ons all get good looks from the coaches.  Tyreek Burwell is a relative unknown who’s hoping to make a name for himself.
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  • 2014 Spring Practice #14

    2014 Spring Practice #14

    Thank goodness for the bubble over the Sheakley Athletics Complex.  Without it, this spring would have been an absolute disaster with all the cold temperatures, snow, high winds and rain.  As if to drive that point home today, a steady rain fell outside the bubble for the final spring practice on campus.  Saturday’s spring game will be held at Paul Brown Stadium, and the action will start at noon. More

  • Witty Returns to Cornerback (Again)

    Witty Returns to Cornerback (Again)

    Keeping track of Adrian’s Witty’s college football career is simple but complicated. Like most paradoxical statements, it sounds pretty confusing and maybe even a little insane, but it’s also true. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #13

    2014 Spring Practice #13

    Spring practice No. 13 coupled with April Fools’ Day could be seen as a bad omen, but Coach Tuberville had his team back at Sheakley Athletics Center and the adjacent Wyler Family Field in full gear on Tuesday morning. More

  • Junior Rushing Up Depth Chart

    Junior Rushing Up Depth Chart

    Coach Tuberville has spoken in the past about the difficulty in finding big running backs in the recruiting process, but he may have found one already on his roster after little used E. J. Junior rushed 10 times for 138 yards in Sunday’s scrimmage at Paul Brown Stadium. Bearcat Journal spoke to the former Middletown High School star about his scintillating performance. More

  • Where Are They Now: Dan Sellers

    Where Are They Now: Dan Sellers

    Just as he was on the playing field, he is an imposing figure.

    Maybe a couple of ribeyes over his playing weight of 240 pounds, former University of Cincinnati linebacker/defensive lineman Dan Sellers still sports considerable muscle on his 6-foot-3 frame. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #12

    2014 Spring Practice #12

    The Bearcats held their second major scrimmage of the spring on Sunday afternoon at Paul Brown Stadium, and Bearcat Journal was in attendance to see the action. More

  • Cogswell Should Get Opportunities

    Cogswell Should Get Opportunities

    When looking for the Cincinnati tight ends during a spring practice session, the key is to look for the smallest group on the field. Not necessarily small in stature but small in numbers. Marc Nudelberg, Cincinnati’s tight ends’ coach, has only three players in his group, and two of them played a different position in high school- Tyler Cogswell being one of them. Bearcat Journal recently spoke with the redshirt freshman. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #11

    2014 Spring Practice #11

    Due to the inclement weather, the Bearcats moved their practice site from Paul Brown Stadium to the Sheakley Athletics Complex on Saturday morning. More

  • Evans Competing for Starting Job

    Evans Competing for Starting Job

    One of the higher profile position battles this spring is at quarterback where Gunner Kiel and Jarred Evans are competing for the top spot on the Cincinnati depth chart. Bearcat Journal recently spoke with Evans to get more information on the junior college transfer. More

  • Green Discusses Cincinnati Offer

    Green Discusses Cincinnati Offer

    Ohio native and Central Catholic High School linebacker Chris Green’s most recent offer came from the Cincinnati Bearcats. Green spoke with BearcatJournal.com about the offer and his recruitment as a whole. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #10

    2014 Spring Practice #10

    The Bearcats were in full gear again on Thursday morning for practice No. 10, and Bearcat Journal was present to watch all the action. More

  • Beard Regaining Starting Role

    Beard Regaining Starting Role

    Spring football is a time when jobs can be won and lost, and a veteran like Cam Beard knows that as well as anyone. After making ten starts at the end of the 2012 season and playing in all thirteen games, Beard saw his playing time drop significantly last spring as he slipped down the depth chart. The former starter was suddenly a back-up to a back-up in 2013, and his thirty tackles in 2012 shrunk to only four stops last season. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #9

    2014 Spring Practice #9

    The Bearcat football team returned to action on Tuesday morning at the Sheakley Athletics Complex in full gear.  The squad returned from an eleven day hiatus for spring break. More

  • Where Are They Now: Jon Tobin

    Where Are They Now: Jon Tobin

    EAST WALNUT HILLS “Cavalier Renaissance” is not a show coming to the Aronoff Center anytime soon.

    If new Purcell Marian head football coach Jon Tobin has it his way, you will be seeing it along Hackberry Street where gridiron greats were once known as the “Hackberry Assassins”. More

  • Leahy Readies to Contribute

    Leahy Readies to Contribute

    Growing up a Bearcat fan made it easy for Ryan Leahy to commit to Cincinnati in April of his junior year of high school, but it’s taken almost three years for the former LaSalle defensive end to put himself in a position of challenging for a starting position at UC. Bearcat Journal spoke to Leahy after a recent spring practice. More

  • Gantz Competing for PK Job

    Gantz Competing for PK Job

    Most coaches feel that competition brings out the best in people, and if that theory is true, Cincinnati should have some great competition for the place kicking job in 2014. More

  • Bearcats Offer Alabama LB

    Bearcats Offer Alabama LB

    Cincinnati’s coaching staff continues to send out offers with the most recent scholarships going to Smiths Station School (AL) inside linebacker Amonte Caban. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #8

    2014 Spring Practice #8

    The Bearcats were back in full gear on Thursday morning for practice #8.  They will take an eleven day break before returning to action on Tuesday, March 25. More

  • Cincinnati Offers Wyatt Ray

    Cincinnati Offers Wyatt Ray

    One of Cincinnati’s most recent scholarship offers went out to St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) defensive end Wyatt Ray. The under-the-radar prospect caught up with BercatJournal.com to discuss the offer. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #7

    2014 Spring Practice #7

    After Saturday’s live action scrimmage, Coach Tuberville decided to make Tuesday’s practice less physical as the players had their seventh spring practice session in the Sheakley Athletics Complex in helmets, jersey and shorts. More

  • Tyson Moved up Depth Chart

    Tyson Moved up Depth Chart

    Every spring sees underclassmen moving up the depth chart as the outgoing seniors graduate, and one of the current Bearcat youngsters taking No. 1 reps with the defense is safety Mike Tyson. Bearcat Journal recently spoke with the Virginia native. More

  • Ehinger Settling in at Guard

    Ehinger Settling in at Guard

    After injuries to starting guards Austen Bujnoch and Sam Longo last season, Parker Ehinger moved from right tackle to right guard for the 2013 Belk Bowl, and the junior-to-be remained at that position this spring until a foot injury ended his spring last week. Bearcat Journal recently spoke with the two year starter about some of the adjustments he’s had to make now playing on the inside. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #5

    2014 Spring Practice #5

    The Bearcats were again in full gear inside the Sheakley Athletics Complex for their fifth of fifteen spring practices today (Thursday). More

  • UC an option for Pickett-White

    UC an option for Pickett-White

    Southwest Miami Senior (FL) dual-threat quarterback Deundre Pickett-White has two early offers from Cincinnati and Marshall. Bearcatjournal.com caught up with Pickett-White to get his thoughts on the Bearcats and his future visit plans. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #4

    2014 Spring Practice #4

    The Bearcats returned to the Sheakley Athletics Center “bubble’ for spring practice No. 4 on Tuesday morning. The squad was in full gear for the second practice in a row. More

  • Kiel Ready for Spring Challenge

    Kiel Ready for Spring Challenge

    Although only 20-years-old, Gunner Kiel has already had plenty of highs and lows both on and off the football field, but the redshirt sophomore-to-be appears ready to take the next step in his football career by earning a starting spot at the University of Cincinnati. More

  • Washington Building on Success

    Washington Building on Success

    Shaq Washington came to the University of Cincinnati with high hopes of contributing immediately after leading Maple Heights to a 2010 Ohio Division II state championship, but a broken ankle in the spring of 2011 quickly derailed that possibility. More

  • Bearcats in on FSU legacy

    Bearcats in on FSU legacy

    Credit Cincinnati for identifying and offering Brett Heggie first. He’s one of the top centers in the Southeast. More

  • Thompson Talks Hometown Bearcats

    Thompson Talks Hometown Bearcats

    The Cincinnati coaching staff has been working long and vigorously the past month as they try to find the best prospects in the 2015 cycle.

    Out of all the offers, LaSalle High School (OH) defensive lineman Jordan Thompson may be the most coveted player on Cincinnati’s recruiting board. More

  • Top In-State QB Enjoys UC JR Day

    Top In-State QB Enjoys UC JR Day

    Cincinnati was the first BCS school to show interest in The Plains (Ohio) Athens QB Joe Burrow, & they had the prolific passer back on campus for Saturday's junior day. More

  • Hogmollies Hit Bearcats Junior Day

    Hogmollies Hit Bearcats Junior Day

    Cincinnati had several OL prospects on campus on Saturday that hold a Bearcats offer. More on George Asafo-Adjei, Evan Mallory, David Moorman, Larry Wells & George Brown Jr. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #3

    2014 Spring Practice #3

    The Bearcats were in full gear for the first time this spring, and the UC football staff hosted several dozen recruits for its first Junior Day of 2014.

    Today’s report will start with recruiting. Here are the names of some of the headliners in attendance. More

  • UC Offers 2016 WR Fitzpatrick

    UC Offers 2016 WR Fitzpatrick

    Farmington (Mich.) High sophomore receiver Desmond Fitzpatrick was offered by Cincinnati on Saturday during a visit to campus. More

  • Wilson Ready to Contribute

    Wilson Ready to Contribute

    After Thursday’s opening spring practice, most of the media’s attention was on Notre Dame transfer Gunner Kiel, but Bearcat Journal focused on another transfer, Eric Wilson, who came to UC from Northwestern and will also be eligible this season. More

  • 2014 Spring Practice #2

    2014 Spring Practice #2

    The Bearcats hit the Sheakley Athletics Complex practice field for the second day in a row on Friday wearing helmets, jerseys and shorts (so the action was limited). Nevertheless, Bearcat Journal was in attendance to report what action there was. More

  • 2014 Spring Preview- Defense

    2014 Spring Preview- Defense

    When the Bearcats’ defense lines up this spring under new co-defensive coordinators, Hank Hughes and Robert Prunty, the position getting the most scrutiny will probably be defensive tackle. After all, Cincinnati did graduate both starters (Jordan Stepp and Adam Dempsey) as well as Marques Aiken and Mitch Meador. That’s a loss of 104 tackles including 11 sacks from last season. More

  • 2014 Spring FB Preview- Offense

    2014 Spring FB Preview- Offense

    As with every spring, Tommy Tuberville and his staff will have plenty to evaluate as the Bearcat football team begins its fifteen practice sessions on Thursday. Many eyes will be on the quarterback competition, but the biggest concern should be with the offensive line.
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  • Where Are They Now: Kevin Lovell

    Where Are They Now: Kevin Lovell

    At a media guide-friendly 5-foot-10 and 155 pounds, Kevin Lovell out of Hawthorne, California was UC’s placekicker for three seasons beginning in 2004.

    The twin brother of Keith Lovell, who opted for soccer, came to the Bearcats via El Camino College.

    When I first saw him, he could’ve passed for an equipment guy or student manager. When I last saw him…well, let’s just say he’s never going to be a 200-pound dude. More

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