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Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball Tickets

Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball tickets

Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball Schedule

The Cincinnati Bearcats are ready to take on all of their American Athletic Conference rivals as the college basketball season gets underway. Fully stocked with a talented roster, the Bearcats look like a team prepared to be playing well into March. Last season the Bearcats raced off to a fast start and finished tied for first in the conference with a 15-3 conference record. The returning Cincinnati players will be on a mission this season after being upset during their first NCAA Tournament game by Harvard and are determined to make it back to the Big Dance for a deep Tournament run. If you're looking for top-tier basketball action, there has never been a better time to hit the stands and cheer on your Bearcats as they look to make a move up the American Athletic Conference standings. Be there for all of the end-to-end action as the Bearcats give their fans another memorable season.

As they make their way through a tough American Athletic Conference schedule look for the Bearcats to have some hotly contested games that will go right down to the wire, including match ups against the defending National Champions the UCONN Huskies, the SMU Mustangs, the Memphis Tigers, and the Houston Cougars, among others. Always full of incredible displays of athleticism, Cincinnati Bearcats basketball games are not to be missed. The Bearcats will be looking to get all of the support they can from their enthusiastic fan base when they take the court at Fifth Third Arena. Tickets to see the Bearcats play in Cincinnati always sell out quickly so get yours today from StubHub so you can head out to cheer on the Bearcats to another big win.

Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball History

In one of the very top conferences in the country, the American Athletic Conference, the Cincinnati Bearcats have established themselves as a premier basketball program. Many of their best players also go on to play in the NBA, including players like Kenyon Martin and Jason Maxiell and you have a chance to see some the next group of NBA players while they are still in college. The history of Cincinnati Bearcats basketball dates all the way back to 1901 and the program has been to the NCAA Tournament 28 times including 13 trips to the Sweet Sixteen, six to the Final Four, and three to the National Championship Game, two of which they won in back-to-back years in 1961 and 1962. This season the Bearcats will be looking to make their fifth straight trip to the NCAA Tournament with their eyes on a third National Championship. In another promising season, you'll want to be at Fifth Third Arena in your favorite school gear as your Bearcats take the court against a prominent American Athletic Conference rival. Cincinnati fans are known for their enthusiasm and the frenzied atmosphere they create at Fifth Third Arena that every die hard Bearcats fan will want to be a part of.

Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball Conference

The Cincinnati Bearcats play in the newly formed American Athletic Conference which is also now the home of a few former Big East schools including the University of Connecticut and South Florida. The Big East has been in a tumultuous state for many years, with clashes between programs that had football programs and those that did not. The newly formed American Athletic Conference boasts schools from Texas to Florida and all the way to Connecticut. The dynamic conference has proven to be one of the best in men's college basketball since forming last year, with teams like Cincinnati and UCONN as perennial contenders. Cincinnati is the defending American Athletic Conference regular season champion, but the UCONN Huskies won the National Championship in 2014, bringing a National Championship to the conference during its first year of existence. Although it is only one year old there have already been changes in the American Athletic Conference, with the departure of Louisville and Rutgers and the addition of Tulsa and Tulane. With the American Athletic Conference shakeup, things may look a little different on the college basketball landscape, but no matter which conference they are in, the Temple Owls are a team with a storied legacy that continues to find success. Expect big things to happen in the American Athletic Conference in the years to come as new rivalries are established and it continues to prove itself as one of the premiere college hoops conferences in the country.

The Experience

College basketball is one of the most exciting sports there is, and watching it at home does not even come close to matching up to the thrill of being in the arena for a game. The game boasts some of the best student-athletes in the world along with some of the most passionate fans in all of sports, and the biggest contests have an atmosphere that is unrivaled. When you set foot in Fifth Third for a Cincinnati Bearcats home basketball game this will all be clear. As the teams set up for opening tip off the fans stand up and vociferously cheer for their alma mater and hometown favorites. The game continues full of back and forth action, big time shots, and clutch defensive stops. Before you know it the clock is winding down in the second half and the two sides are wrapped up in yet another tight contest. Your palms get sweaty with each trip down the floor and each time a player from your favorite team lets loose a shot you hold your breath until the ball tickles the twine. This continues until the final buzzer when the Bearcats' side erupts after another big win and their fans flow out of the arena in jubilation.


One of the most exciting games in the history of college basketball was a seven overtime thriller in 1981 when the Cincinnati Bearcats defeated the Bradley Braves 75-73. Two Cincinnati Bearcats won the National Player of the Year Award, Kenyon Martin who won it in 2000, and the legendary Oscar Robertson who won it twice, in 1959 and 1960.

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