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POSTGAME NOTES: Rutgers Scarlet Knights 10 Cincinnati Bearcats 3 (George Winn audio)

 

George Winn goes over 1,000-yard mark in loss to Rutgers (courtesy UC athletics)

51,699 George Winn UC RB On lack of offense in loss to Rutgers 11 17 12

 

The Cincinnati Bearcats, the number-1 scoring offense in the Big East, was shut down in Saturday’s 10-3 loss to Rutgers University before a crowd of 34,526 at Nippert Stadium which holds 35,097.

The Scarlet Knights now leads the all-time series 9-8-1 and have won the last two games including the 2011 contest at Piscataway, N.J., 20-3. The Bearcats lead the series in Cincinnati with a 6-2-1 record.

One of the bright spots in the game for UC was senior running back George Winn, who passed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the season with 38 yards on 11 carries. He now has 1,018 yards in 2012.

The Bearcats were only able to muster 90 rushing yards compared to Rutgers’ 234.

 

POSTGAME NOTES: Rutgers Scarlet Knights 10 Cincinnati Bearcats 3 (Camerron Cheatham audio)

Camerron Cheatham had a nice game against Rutgers with 7 tackles and an interception (photo courtesy UC)

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The Cincinnati Bearcats lost a key Big East Conference game on Saturday afternoon to the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, 10-3 at Nippert Stadium in front of 34,526 fans.

The Bearcats could only muster a 36-yard field goal with :11 seconds left in the game from PK Tony Miliano.

DB Camerron Cheatham was one of five Game Captains for the Bearcats and he had a solid game.

The senior from Kalamazoo, Michigan accounted for 7 tackles, 6 solo and intercepted a pass in the first quarter at the UC 9-yard line. It marked Cheatham’s third interception of the season and seventh of his career.

Cheatham’s INT was one of two on the day by the UC defense. It marked the third time this season that the Bearcats have registered multiple interceptions in a game. Cincinnati also recorded two interceptions in the Rutgers Red Zone in the first half of play. Of UC’s nine interceptions entering the game, two had come in the important Red Zone.

 

UC abandons plan to play home games at Paul Brown Stadium

 

Paul Brown (2005 photo by Derek Jensen via wikipedia commons)

The University of Cincinnati football program’s two-year experiment of playing football games in an NFL stadium has not met the expected financial increase it was seeking.

Head football coach Butch Jones and athletic director Whit Babcock say that the players preferred playing on campus at 35,000-seat Nippert Stadium rather than traveling downtown to play in the Bengals 65,000-seat stadium.

The Bearcats played the Oklahoma game there in 2010 and two Big East games in 2011 at PBS trying to help them attract fans, recruits and profile the program better. Those games only attracted between 40,000 to 42,000 fans.

 

 

Info compiled from UC athletics, Radio & TV news

UC Football announces Austin Peay game time

 

Nippert Stadium at UC (file photo)

The University of Cincinnati Department of Athletics has announced that the football home opener against Austin Peay on Saturday, September 3, 2011 inside Nippert Stadium. The kickoff will be at 7 p.m. ET.

The season-opening meeting between the Bearcats and Governors marks the fifth time the two schools have met on the football field with UC leading the all-time series 4-0. The last matchup was on September 4, 1993, a 42-10 Cincinnati win inside Nippert Stadium. All four of the previous meetings, dating back to 1985, have taken place in the Queen City.

The Bearcats, led by second-year head coach Butch Jones, return 18 starters from the 2010 squad, including quarterback Zach Collaros, running back Isaiah Pead, linebacker J.K. Schaffer and wide receiver D.J. Woods.

 

Info courtesy of UC athletics

Armon Binns named Big East Offensive Player of the Week

(courtesy of Cincinnati athletics)

University of Cincinnati senior wide receiver Armon Binns (Pasadena, Calif, Pasadena High School) was named the Big East Conference Offensive Player of the Week for the period ending October 15, 2010.

Binns had eight catches for 175 yards-both career highs-with three touchdowns in Cincinnati’s 35-27, come-from-behind win against Louisville, which extends the Bearcats’ Big East winning streak to 13 games. Hid 31-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter brought the Bearcats within three points and his 62-yard score in the fourth quarter accounted for the winning margin.

Cincinnati (3-3, 1-0 Big East) returns home Friday October 22, to face the University of South Florida Bulls in the Ring of Red game at Nippert Stadium. The Bearcats will wear their red jerseys in the 8 p.m. game scheduled to be televised on ESPN2.

Info courtesy of Cincinnati athletics

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