Losing is always difficult. Getting blown out is worse. Getting blown out on the road in front of your family and friends is as bad as it gets.
The University of Cincinnati football team closes out a three-game homestand against American Athletic Conference East Division rival USF. The Bearcats (3-1, 0-1 American) and Bulls (3-1, 0-0) are scheduled to kick off at 7 p.m. ET Saturday inside Nippert Stadium.
If the University of Cincinnati’s humbling 65-27 loss at South Florida wasn’t the low point of last season for the Bearcats last season, it had to be a close second behind only the 42-7 loss to San Diego State in the Hawaii Bowl.
A behind the scenes look at the Bearcats win over Miami (OH) at home Saturday afternoon.
For the third straight year, Miami gave the University of Cincinnati Bearcats a scare only to succumb in the end.
Tion Green ran for 83 yards and a late touchdown on Saturday, rallying Cincinnati to a 27-20 victory over Miami (Ohio), its 11th in a row over the regional rival.
UC (2-1) faces Miami (0-3) at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Nippert Stadium in the 121st Battle for the Victory Bell with the RedHawks eager to end a 10-game losing streak to UC that has shaved their overall lead in the series to 59-54-7.
The University of Cincinnati football team jumps from conference play to a rivalry game Saturday as it faces the Miami RedHawks in the 121st Battle for the Victory Bell at 3:30 p.m. inside Nippert Stadium.