Cincinnati Football Tickets
The Cincinnati Bearcats are ready to roar again, so get your Cincinnati Bearcats football tickets for all the games you want to see at Nippert Stadium as they battle for the American Athletic title.
2014 Bearcats Football Schedule
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The Cincinnati Bearcats lost another great head coach after finishing 10-3 last season. Butch Jones departed for Tennessee and once again the Bearcats were left searching for a new head man. Cincy landed former Auburn and Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville. Tuberville previously led the Auburn Tigers to a National Championship in 2004.
Last season the Bearcats began the season 5-0 and earned a #21 overall ranking. Just two weeks after cracking the polls, Cincy fell to Toledo and Louisville in consecutive games. The loss at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium was surely their most disappointing of the season, coming in overtime by just three points. The only other loss of the year for Cincinnati came against Rutgers at home. After finishing 9-3, the Bearcats received a bid for the Belk Bowl in Charlotte. Cincinnati took care of Duke by a final score of 48-34.
There are many changes for the Bearcats this season. Not only will they be playing in a new conference, the American Athletic, but they will also be under the direction of a new head coach. Tommy Tuberville has bounced around quite a bit over the years, but many still see him as one of the most talented play callers in the college game. Cincinnati faces a very challenging schedule this season that opens with back-to-back Big 10 opponents. The Bearcats will host Purdue at The Nip before heading to Champaign to face off against Illinois. Check out our great selection of Cincinnati Bearcats football tickets and order yours today!