With Cincinnati’s win over Miami following big wins by Houston and ECU over ACC foes, there can be little doubt the AAC is a better football conference.
Things looked bleak when Gunner Kiel went down with an injury, but the performance of backup freshman Hayden Moore means the future is bright for Cincinnati football.
Reality points to Saturday’s Temple at Cincinnati game as the key AAC matchup of the season, and for TV purposes, it probably should have been scheduled later.
Here are five bold predictions about Cincinnati Football in 2015.
With the transfer of Jamil Kamara, Cincinnati bolstered their receiving corps for 2016.
The Cincinnati Bearcats have tried to get into the heart of a recruit with some Chipotle.
If Cincinnati is to capture a 10-win season, they'll need to figure out how to put up points against Virginia Tech's lone bright spot, the Hokies' defense.
Cincinnati and Virginia Tech will meet up for the Military Bowl. Who will come out on top?
Who wins the Military Bowl between Virginia Tech and Cincinnati? Find out here.
Right now, Cincinnati head coach Tommy Tuberville is one of the best at breaking down film and attacking an opponent, so Temple coach Matt Rhule should anticipate these five moves.