Taking advantage of the kickoff going out of bounds, the Bearcats drove 65 yards in 9 plays, highlighted by an 18-yard run by Michael Warren II and a 14-yard scamper by Gerrid Doaks. The 11 win season was only the third such season in the history of the program. The Bearcats took a 17–0 lead into the half. With a chance to take the lead, Darrick Forrest intercepted Zach Smith and returned the ball to the Tulsa 27. The Bearcats failed to move the ball (actually losing 14 yards) and settled for a second Crosa field goal to double their lead going into the half. UC - 11:31 Deguara 18 Pass from Ridder (Crosa Kick) 4 Plays 62 Yards 1:32 UC 7-0, UC - 5:55 Warren 6 Run (Crosa Kick) 7 plays, 65 yards, 2:44 UC 14-0, UC - 14:49 Smith 45 FG 13 plays, 44 yards, 4:45 UC 17-0, UC - 5:59 Warren 1 Run (Crosa Kick) 7 plays, 71 yards, 2:48 UC 24-0, UC - 2:35 Doaks 1 Run (Crosa Kick) 5 plays, 70 yards, 1:29 UC 31-0, UC - 0:06 Deguara 15 pass from Ridder (Crosa Kick)5 plays, 55 yards, 0:36 UC 38-0, UC - 10:53 Crosa 32 Yd FG 11 plays, 56 yards, 4:02 UC 41-0, UC - 14:53 Montgomery 2 Run (Crosa Kick) 11 plays, 93 yards, 5:07 UC 48-0, Conn - 5:37 Harris 32 FG 16 plays, 52 yards, 9:08 UC 48-3. Gerrid Doaks rushed for 123 yard and a score. After a 92-minute delay the teams returned to the field and the Bearcats broke into the scoring column with a 13-yard run by Desmond Ridder. What Does Success Look Like for 2019 Cincinnati Bearcats Football? The Bearcats earned their first home win over a ranked opponent since 2009 (West Virginia) and their first win over a ranked team since 2012 (Virginia Tech), having lost their last 6 attempts. “He’s going to be a beast.”. With the free kick catch penalty leveled on the Tigers the Bearcats started with the ball deep in Tiger territory. Michael Warren rushed for 113 yards and 3 scores including a breathtaking 73 yard run as he made a number of nifty cutbacks and jukes before sprinting untouched the last 40 yards. The back and forth scoring continued with the Bearcats and Pirates trading scores and UC leading 21-14 after one quarter. , The Bearcats' 2019 schedule will consist of six home games and six away games. Taking advantage of five turnovers that led to 21 points, The Bearcats led all the way to a 38–23 win and improved to 2–0 in conference play. Bearcats finish 2019 season 11-3 after 38-6 win over Boston College. Orlando Lake Nona defensive tackle Chris Ferguson, who moved to Orlando from the Bahamas in April, committed to the University of Cincinnati on Sunday. After a series of possessions with no scoring, the Bulls went on a 13-play, 82-yard drive and Shrader lined up for a 33-yard field but his attempt was no good, bouncing off the upright. Ryan Montgomery crashed into the end zone early in the 4th to make it 48–0. The Bearcats battled back, cutting the lead to 5 with a touchdown pass from Ridder to Deguara. With Cincinnati’s top three rushers returning, the Bearcats are definitely going to give the Bruins a run for their money. Marshall was limited to 256 yards of offense, with half of that coming in the fourth.
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