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Tommy Tuberville was among Cincinnatians reveling in the Major League Baseball All-Star hoopla this past week. The UC football coach also has been rather busy with the Bearcats' 2015 preseason preparations.
(Updated 1:17 p.m.) The University of Cincinnati is close to approving a plan that will renovate the Bearcats' Fifth Third Arena on campus at an estimated $70 million to $85 million, The Enquirer has learned.
CINCINNATI – When the five power conferences voted in January to approve the concept of providing student-athletes a cost-of-attendance supplement, there was some concern that other leagues with fewer financial resources might not be able to keep up financially.
UC Bearcats junior quarterback Gunner Kiel was named to the watch list for the 79th Annual Maxwell Award on Tuesday. The complete 2015 Maxwell Award Watch List is available at www.maxwellfootballclub.org.
Aside from the hard-working folks at Turner Construction, few people have had a better view of the renovation of Nippert Stadium than Bearcats head coach Tommy Tuberville.
Yesterday at noon everything was quiet on the recruiting front and there was also a giant goose egg on UC’s 2016 class. 24 hours later Cincinnati owned the #7 recruiting class in college basketball according to 247 Sports.
An updated Request for Qualifications has been administered by the University of Cincinnati for renovations on Fifth Third Arena. UC issued a RFQ way back in October that laid out their desired cost, timeline, and overview of upgrades for the two-decade old venue.
He met me in St. Louis. Kenyon Martin knocked on my door at the Marriott Hotel, entered and took a seat at a small table to the side of the room, where we conversed about basketball for a while.
Nysier Brooks is 6-foot-10 and 252 pounds, and he will give the University of Cincinnati basketball team some needed size starting with the 2016-17 season. Brooks, a three-star player and senior-to-be at Life Center Academy in Burlington, N.J.
Tommy Tuberville and the Bearcat football program got a huge commitment on Sunday when Jeremy Larkin decided to commit to Cincinnati. The LaSalle High School star running back led his team to the Ohio Division II state championship last season. The 5’ 10.

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