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    Cincinnati 21 Miami (OH) 0

    Bearcats 2-0!
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    Cincinnati 21 Miami (OH) 0

    Cincinnati with only 45 yards passing. 233 total yards.

    As for the 45 yards, Desmond Ridder was 6 for 11. He rushed 18 times for 100 yards. Michael Warren II had 29 carries for 91 yards.

    UC's defense held Miami to 200 yards of total offense, allowing only 60 yards on 19 carries.

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    UC wins the Victory Bell for the 13th straight year.

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    I am liking it.

    Bearcats!

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    Ding! Ding!!!

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    I was at the game with my son, I have never sat that long in a pouring rain at a football game. It was a Miami home game but they had very few fans. Really like the defense, offense needs some work come conference time.

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    Really happy to see Cincy get another win.

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    Glad the Bearcats are winning, might just have to make the drive to Clifton and see a game, been a while since I was at Nippert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom 5497 View Post
    Glad the Bearcats are winning, might just have to make the drive to Clifton and see a game, been a while since I was at Nippert.
    Always a great place to watch a game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    Always a great place to watch a game.
    Definitely. The scale of stadiums like Ohio State, Notre Dame, Michigan, Louisville and Kentucky is cool to see when you're there in a sold-out crowd, but the intimacy in relationship to the game at Nippert is an awesome thing all of its own though.

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