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2015 Schedule
3-1, 3rd in ACC - Coastal
'Fire Al Golden' banner before game was wrong (0:40)

Champ Drive: Week 5 Preview, UM's Demise

Ivan Maisel, Ryan McGee & Travis Haney talk about Week 5's games that will have a lasting impact on the season, discuss what has led to Miami's demise & chat with Eric LeGrand.

ESPN Stats & Info

Three streaks snapped in loss to Cincy

Miami QB Brad Kaaya's 16-game streak with a TD pass was snapped in the Hurricanes' loss at Cincinnati. It was the fourth-longest streak in school history. Two other snapped streaks highlight the Canes' offensive woes in Cincy.


ICYMI: Cincinnati band member takes a tumble

This Bearcats saxophonist was just a bit too excited to start the halftime performance.


ICYMI: Pilot has a message for Al Golden

A banner flown over the field before the start of the Miami-Cincinnati game had a very pointed message for the Miami coach, whose team lost 34-23.


Catch of the night goes to Bearcats WR

There were plenty of great plays in the Cincinnati-Miami game, but they all paled in comparison to Mekale McKay's one-handed grab and 52-yard gain.

Bearcats' thrilling victory over Hurricanes in 15 seconds (0:14)
Cincinnati hands Miami first loss (2:07)

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

Does Miami rebound to even make a bowl game? The schedule is unforgiving, and this Cincinnati feels like one that could send Miami into a spiral. The only seemingly easy win on the schedule is Virginia, but the Cavaliers trounced Miami 30-13 last year.

Tuberville celebrates a win in the locker room (0:27)
Miami-Cincinnati postgame breakdown (1:13)
Cincy QBs talk win over Miami (1:16)

Cincinnati hands Miami first loss

Tyler Cogswell's 7-yard TD catch was the only second-half TD, and it helped the Bearcats beat the Hurricanes 34-23. Miami had won its first three games.

Tuberville: 'A sweet win' (0:39)

Bearcats stop Canes on fourth down

Cincinnati is closing in on a victory as it leads unbeaten Miami 34-23 with the ball and less than five minutes remaining on ESPN.

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

There might be a few more planes with banners asking for his removal following Al Golden around the next few weeks. Miami is trailing Cincinnati by 11 in the fourth quarter, and a loss to a Group of 5 school would really turn up the heat on Golden. Miami still has FSU, Clemson, Duke and Georgia Tech on the schedule.


Massive hit in Cincinnati-Miami

The first half of this game was all about the offense. But defense reigns in the second, as this huge hit by a Bearcat defender proves. Cincinnati leads 27-20 entering the final quarter on ESPN.


Canes miss a pair of opportunities

The only reason Michael Badgley had a chance at this 52-yard field goal was because a Miami punt return TD was called back for a penalty. But Badgley misfired and it remains 27-20 Cincinnati.

Team Stats

Passing Yards286.024th
Rushing Yards174.864th
Points For37.0Tied-49th
Points Against21.849th

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