Football Holds First Two-A-Day Session Tuesday
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Aug. 14, 2012

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WEST HARRISON, Ind. – The University of Cincinnati football team moved into its next phase of preseason camp Tuesday, holding its first two-a-day session at the Higher Ground Conference & Retreat Center in West Harrison, Ind.

UC worked out for 90 minutes in shells under sunny skies early this morning. The Bearcats focused on installing the two-minute drill and red-zone packages with some heavy focus on special teams periods.

In the evening, Head Coach Butch Jones welcomed over 150 members of the 1200 Club to Higher Ground. After having dinner with the team, Coach Jones introduced Director of Athletics Whit Babcock who spoke to the crowd. Coach Jones gave the group an update on camp and then took questions from the audience. Participants moved on to position group meetings and then were on the field to watch UC’s full pads workout under the lights.

For those who have not yet taken advantage of joining the 1200 Club, Coach Jones spoke of his desire to grow the club to over 500 members in the near future. Contact Keith Pantling at 513-556-5986 to join.

UC is back on the practice field Wednesday for a single practice in the afternoon.


  • Brandon Underwood, in his first season with the Oakland Raiders, tallied three tackles on Monday night in a 3-0 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
  • TE Ben Guidugli saw action at fullback for the St. Louis Rams over the weekend but did not record any statistics.


  • Former UC signal caller Nick Davila led the Arizona Rattlers to a 72-54 ArenaBowl XXV victory over the Philadelphia Soul at the New Orleans Arena on Friday, Aug. 10, 2012. Davila was 23-of-30 for 266 yards and an ArenaBowl record-tying nine touchdowns. Former UC LB Kevin McCullough also plays for the Rattlers and tallied an interception in the win.


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