ScheduleAll times ET

2015-16 Schedule
17-7, 4th in American
play
Postgame Interview with Memphis Head Coach John Pastner. (1:29)
play0:32

Cincinnati keeps fighting in Memphis

The Bearcats were once down by double digits. Troy Caupain made things very interesting with this layup and trip to the line (Live on ESPN2).

play0:39

Clark does everything on this play

Cincinnati's Gary Clark grabs the defensive rebound, hustles down the court and then makes a put-back layup. The Bearcats trail Memphis by four on ESPN2.

play0:49

Markel Crawford's nifty reverse layup

The Memphis guard only has one basket so far, but it sure looked pretty. The Tigers hold a comfortable second-half lead over Cincinnati.

play0:35

Goodwin leading the way for Memphis

Shaq Goodwin grabbed his own rebound before converting on this old-fashioned three-point play. He has helped Memphis build a 12-point lead over Cincinnati.

Watch: Cincinnati at Memphis

Cincinnati goes for a season sweep of Memphis. The Bearcats are just one game back in the AAC standings. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

play0:35

Ellis grabs rebound and dunks in traffic

Memphis has no answer for Cincinnati's Octavius Ellis on this play, but the Tigers are up by 10 with over 10:00 to go on ESPN2.

Stacy Revere/Getty Images
3dSharon Katz, ESPN Stats & Information

BPI projects a wide-open NCAA Tournament

There are currently 19 teams with at least a 1 percent chance of winning the NCAA Tournament. Stats & Info digs into the numbers and projections.

Joe Robbins/Getty Images

Bearcats are a 'wounded lion'

Cincinnati, with just two wins over the BPI top 60, could be a dangerous double-digit seed in March. Three-point shooting will be key to its upset chances. Giant Killers (Insider)

Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire

Mick Cronin the villain of college hoops?

We doubt it. That said, he does a great impression of Gollum, Voldemort and every other frightening character in recent memory. 10 craziest coaching faces

Cincinnati and UConn are on the bubble

With No. 12 SMU ineligible for the tourament, not a single AAC team feels comfortable in early February. What do the Bearcats and Huskies need to do for an at-large bid? Bubble Watch

Chris Morris

Joe Lunardi's bracketology: No. 10 seeds

  • East: Washington Huskies
  • West: Gonzaga Bulldogs
  • South: LSU Tigers
  • Midwest: Cincinnati Bearcats
See full bracket

play
Shabazz Napier and Victor Oladipo in attendance for Cincinnati v UConn. (0:12)
ESPN

Joe Lunardi's Bracketology Notes

  • Iowa's No. 1 seed is not likely at risk (at Maryland)
  • Gonzaga, George Washington, Cincinnati and Washington are at risk to drop out of field with losses
  • Saint Joseph's, Syracuse and Oregon State could move into field with wins

Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Cincinnati at Connecticut: Who wins?

Can either the Bearcats or the Huskies swing momentum in the AAC now that SMU has taken it's first spill? This one should go to UConn, who's on a modest three-game win streak. Weekday predictions

SMU lost, now what?

The Mustangs are the best team in the American, but given their postseason ban, any noise the league makes in March has to come from Cincinnati, UConn, Tulsa or a team yet to be named. But since they're all in very bubbly territory, will that noise even occur? Tuesday Truths (Insider)

Team Stats

Points Per Game74.4149th
Rebounds Per Game38.8Tied-67th
Assists Per Game16.042nd
Points Allowed62.012th

Shop Powered By

  • Rawlings Cincinnati Bearcats Crossover Full-Sized BasketballPrice: $12.99 Shop