Cincinnati Rumors & News

  • Nation's eighth-leading scorer Cane Broome transfers to Cincinnati

    Yahoo! Sports "In his freshman season at Sacred Heart, he started from the outset and averaged an impressive 14.5 points per game. In his sophomore season with the Pioneers, he scored 23.1 points per game and won conference player of the year honors. Now Cane Broome is ready for a bigger challenge. The..." April 11

  • Mick Cronin to Return to Cincinnati

    Bleacher Report "Despite speculation that Mick Cronin may leave the University of Cincinnati for another position, the longtime Bearcats head coach announced Friday he will return to the program for the 2016-17 campaign. In a release on the school's official athletics website, Cronin explained the reasoning..." March 25

  • UNLV to discuss coaching vacancy with Cincinnati's Mick Cronin

    CBS Sports "UNLV has asked for permission to speak with Cincinnati's Mick Cronin about the Runnin' Rebels' men's basketball coaching vacancy, a source confirmed to CBS Sports on Monday. has reported that UC granted Cronin permission. This comes a few hours after Cincinnati president Santa..." March 22

  • Saint Joseph's outlasts Cincinnati

    The Sports Xchange "SPOKANE, Wash. -- Saint Joseph's and coach Phil Martelli hadn't won an NCAA Tournament game since 2004, which made the magnitude of the No. 8-seeded Hawks' 78-76 nail-biter over ninth-seeded Cincinnati on Friday night all the more sweet. Isaiah Miles' 3-pointer with 9 seconds to play proved..." March 19

  • Cincinnati knocks off No. 24 SMU

    The Sports Xchange "CINCINNATI -- Banned from postseason play for violating NCAA rules, Southern Methodist University went into Sunday's regular-season finale at Cincinnati with one thing to play for -- a regular-season American Athletic Conference championship. The Mustangs came out needing help just to claim..." March 06

  • Houston 69, Cincinnati 56

    The Sports Xchange "Houston's Damyean Dotson and Rob Gray Jr. paced a balanced attack, and the host Cougars damaged short-handed Cincinnati's NCAA Tournament hopes with a 69-56 win Thursday. Dotson scored 13 points and grabbed seven rebounds, and Gray finished with 13 points for Houston (22-8, 12-6..." March 04

  • Cincinnati 65, East Carolina 56

    The Sports Xchange "Junior guard Troy Caupain scored a career-best 27 points and Cincinnati held off a comeback by East Carolina en route to securing a 65-56 victory over the Pirates on Saturday in American Athletic Conference play at Greenville, N.C. Caupain was 9 of 14 from the field and made four 3-pointers..." February 27

  • Cincinnati 65, Connecticut 60

    The Sports Xchange "Cincinnati took control early and held Connecticut to nine points in the first 10 minutes of the second half to beat the Huskies 65-60 on Saturday afternoon in American Athletic Conference play at Fifth Third Arena in Cincinnati. Forward Gary Clark and guard Jacob Evans III led the Bearcats..." February 20

  • Tulsa 70, Cincinnati 68 (OT)

    The Sports Xchange "Senior guard James Woodard scored 19 points, grabbed nine rebounds and made a miraculous shot from his own side of the court to end the first half, and Tulsa recorded a 70-68 overtime victory over Cincinnati on Thursday in American Athletic Conference play at Tulsa, Okla. Woodard's 75-foot..." February 19

  • Cincinnati 75, East Carolina 60

    The Sports Xchange "Forward Octavius Ellis and forward Gary Clark each had double-doubles Cincinnati pushed past East Carolina 75-60 on Saturday in an American Athletic Conference game at Fifth Third Arena in Cincinnati. Ellis paced a balanced Bearcats attack with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Clark added 15..." February 13

  • Cincinnati's Shaq Thomas has bone bruise, moderate ankle sprain

    The Score "Cincinnati may have dodged a bullet, as X-rays on forward Shaq Thomas' injured right foot revealed a bone bruise and moderate ankle sprain, the school told Tom Groeschen of the Cincinnati Inquirer. He is considered day to day. Thomas left Thursday night's game against UConn in the second half..." January 30