The Bearcats are also scheduled to welcome Pitt and travel to Miami (Ohio), too
CINCINNATI – The No. 21-ranked Cincinnati football team added a future opponent on Tuesday when it was announced Towson (Md.) will come to Nippert Stadium to open the 2024 season.
The Bearcats will welcome the Tigers, of the Colonial Athletic Conference, on Aug. 31, 2024.
As has been previously announced, UC will also host Pitt on Sept. 7, 2024 and travel to Oxford, Ohio, to face Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 14, 2024.
Cincinnati will host Eastern Kentucky (Sept. 2) and Miami [Ohio] (Sept. 16) and travel to Pitt (Sept. 9) in 2023.
Cincinnati’s 2023 conference schedule has not been announced yet. The Bearcats join the Big 12 on July 1, 2023.
Under the direction of head coach Luke Fickell, Cincinnati football has established itself as one of the premier football programs in the country, ranking in the nation’s Top 5 in wins over the last five years (49), winning back-to-back American Athletic Conference championships in 2020 and 2021 and advancing to the 2021 College Football Playoff.
The Bearcats had nine players selected in the 2022 NFL Draft and saw four players – the most in the country – named Academic All-Americans last fall.
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