Cincinnati Bearcats basketball now trending worldwide

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Yancy Gates and Mick Cronin are now both among the top ten trending terms on Twitter in the United States. And you’re probably wondering who they are.

As are many people in the world, because the Cincinnati Bearcats star player, and head coach are now picking up the steam all over the world wide web. Today, southern Ohio, tomorrow the globe.

The Bearcats ticket to the dance had already been punched, but this huge win over the Syracuse Orange 71-68, quite possibly the tourney’s #2 overall seed, just solidifies their seeding and placement further.

Back to the Q rating, you may have heard of Gates, but for an infamous reason.

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Cincinnati Bengals NFL Draft Prospectus


For the Cincinnati Bengals, the main question lies with Carson Palmer, who’s theme this year could be The Clash hit “should I stay or should I go now? If I go there will be trouble, and if I stay it will be double.”

This NFL draft, do they take a franchise QB (of which there actually are zero, but they could find a project)? Or do they look for a wideout to pair with Palmer and make more content? What about Chad Ocho Cinco? He’s not leaving them for a soccer career anymore, but is he going to stay in Cincinnati?

The Bengals have needs aplenty, including 4-3 ILB, 4-3 DE, DB, in addition to the passing game. Here’s what I have mocked to Cincy.

By Paul M. Banks

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DePaul’s 1st Big East Win…Will not be over Cincinnati

Oliver Purnell

Given the numerous factors in the Blue Demons’ favor:

1.) How tough DePaul looked at #15 Louisville on Saturday, losing by just two baskets

2.) How bad Cincinnati looked at Pittsburgh the very same day

3.) All the internal college basketball drama the Bearcats have going on with star forward Yancy Gates, who was suspended in that Pitt game.

4.) The law of averages favor DePaul winning a conference game very soon

it was reasonable to expect All State Arena’s home team to triumph over Cincy Tuesday night. But alas, it was not to be.

The Bearcats led the entire way, enjoying a “touchdown” lead for much of the first half before extending the lead to 15 before halftime. And they never looked back, winning in Rosemont by the final of 71-68.

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