The Schedule in 2013
The Cincinnati Bearcats are ready to tear into the competition this season in their hunt for
the conference crown. The Bearcats have ditched the Big East for the American Athletic Conference, and are looking to make
waves in their new home in 2013. Cincinnati has a ton of exciting matchups on their schedule at home this season, making it
a great year to get out to the stadium for all the biggest games.
The Bearcats have a big game against one of their
new conference opponents when the Southern Methodist Mustangs come to Nippert Stadium on November 9th to see if they can take
a win back south. The Bearcats are not going to let that happen without a fight, though, and neither will the fans. Fans will
surely being showing up in a big way for this contest in order to support their team, and that could be a big help in send
home the Mustangs with their tails between their legs.
The Bearcats will finish out their regular season home schedule
on December 5th when they host the Louisville Cardinals in what should be a big test for Cincinnati. The Cardinals have one
of the best teams in the nation with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater at the helm, so this is sure to be a tough matchup for
Cincinnati. The Bearcats are going to have to get a lot of pressure on the quarterback in order to slow down the prolific
Cardinals offense. Winning this contest would be a heck of a way to wrap things up in Cincinnati this season.
The Cincinnati Bearcats are a Division I football program that participates in the NCAA and BCS. The Bearcats
played in the Big East Conference as recently as 2012, but have made the move to the American Athletic Conference (AAC). The
AAC is a conference on the rise in the NCAA, one that boasts some of the most competitive teams in the country and makes for
no easy road for any team that calls the AAC home. The Bearcats had a great 2012 season to wrap up their tenure in the Big
East, notching an impressive 10-3 record to go with their 5-3 conference mark. This Bearcats team is hoping to turn out an
even better campaign in their new conference in 2013. If Cincinnati can finish atop the AAC standings in their first year
there, it could send a huge message to the rest of the AAC that they mean business.
is nothing better than seeing a sporting event live and in person. Sports have been a part of cultures around the world for
a very long time, and spectators have always enjoyed watching athletes compete at the highest of levels. When you're there
in the stands at a sporting event like this one, you're treated to seeing some of the most talented athletes in the entire
world going head to head with everything on the line. There's nothing that compares to the atmosphere at a game, where you're
surrounded by fans that are all there to enjoy a great spectacle of sport.
Fans of college athletics bring an intensity
to the table that is paralleled by very few pro sports fans. There's something about the top level of amateur competition
that really gets the crowd going. College football fans carve out their entire Saturday to celebrate all that comes with the
game. These diehards are up early and off to the stadium parking lot for tailgating before the game. Once inside the stadium,
they can be heard screaming their heads off for their favorite team to come out on top. It's a real thrill to be in the stands
when the star player takes it into the end zone for the win.
When you head out for a big football game you're sure to
experience all that comes with a gridiron clash. The parking lot at the stadium will be filled with people gearing up for
the big game, grilling up some grub and sipping on a few beverages as well. It's all one big lead up to the main event, which
is the game itself. It's all one great experience that really takes an entire day to appreciate, and you can be a part of
it all when you head to a game.
The American Athletic Conference (AAC) is one of the better
football conferences in the nation each and every season. The AAC features such programs as the Central Florida Knights, Cincinnati
Bearcats, Connecticut Huskies, Houston Cougars, Louisville Cardinals, Memphis Tigers, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, South Florida
Bulls, Temple Owls and South Methodist Mustangs. This conference is extremely competitive on an annual basis, and often boasts
some of the most talented players in the NCAA ranks.
The Cincinnati Bearcats football program recently
changed conferences, moving to the American Athletic Conference from the Big East Conference. Which conference did the Bearcats
call home before they were in the Big East?
The answer is Conference USA. The Bearcats were a part of Conference USA
from 1996 to 2004, before moving on to the Big East.