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University of Cincinnati's Homecoming - October 6th

by The Cincinnati Team


UC's Homecoming is Saturday, Oct. 6                                        
Don't miss the University of Cincinnati's biggest party of the year, Homecoming, as UC welcomes everyone back to campus for all the events that will lead up to UC's 7 pm Homecoming game versus Miami. This year's theme is "We Love Lucy: A Flashback to Yesteryear."
The University of Cincinnati's Homecoming celebration will be held this year on October 6th.  This giant red and black celebration features a parade and the Bearcat vs. Miami Redhawks football game.
The pre-game parade will kick off at 3 pm.  It will proceed from Vine and Calhoun to north on Clifton to east on Martin Luther King to Woodside.  Sororities and Fraternities, student organizations and residences will all work late into the night to complete floats.  Numerous bands and marching drum corps will be there. (Streets will start to close at 2 pm, so plan to get there early).
Between the parade and the game, alumni can participate in the Bearcats Blitz and tailgate on the Sigma Sigma Commons near Myers Alumni Center.  There will be big-screen TV's, prize raffles, food and refreshments.
At 4:30 pm, the UC Band will perform and along with the cheerleaders, lead the way down the Catwalk to the stadium.  
The football rivalry between the Bearcats and the Redhawks is one of the oldest west of the Allegheny Mountains.  Their first matchup dates back to 1888 and was the first football game played in Ohio.  The winning team will go home with the Victory Bell.
The game will start at 7 pm at Nippert Stadium with the crowning of the Homecoming Queen and King at halftime. You can purchase game tickets here.


University of Cincinnati Football in the "Big Easy"

by The Cincinnati Team

Cincinnati Football in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl - 2009 was a spectacular adventure.  When you add an undefeated season to the fun of a city like the "Big Easy,"  it makes for a fun weekend. Mardi Gras character at the Sugar Bowl Ball


The Sugar Bowl Committee invited us to the Sugar Bowl Ball.  They put on a feast of all the specialties or the New Orleans area and even a mini Mardi Gras parade through the ballroom.  A fun way to celebrate New Year's Eve!



Sugar Bowl - University of CincinnatiAlumni spirit and pride reigned!Sugar Bowl 2010 - University of Cincinnati


We want to go back and bring home a win next time!

University of Cincinnati Football Excitement!

by The Cincinnati Team

Need we say more?  We love University of Cincinnati Football...after attending for all these years, this is FUN.  Go Cats!!!!University of Cincinnati Football

Such a wonderful evening...just what you envision for Fall football.  It all started at Mechlenburg Gardens known for the German atmosphere and their famous Chicken Pesto sandwiches. Add to that a liter of beer. Perfect! Mechlenburg's has been a neighborhood tradition since 1865.  Now on the National Registar for Historic Places, it was a beautiful night to sit in the beer garden under the grape covered arbor.

Next the van delivered us to the doorstep of Nippert Stadium.  The crowds streamed fact it was a sellout.  since it was Band Day, the Bearcat Band was joined by local high school bands from all over the region.   It filled the field with sound and marchers.

Next, the Navy flew in with the largest flag ever landing at the center mark on the field.  After the singing of the Star Spangled Banner, we were treated to a fly over with military fighter jets.

As if this wasn't exciting enough, the score was UC-70, Southeast Missouri State-3.  The AP Poll has ranked the team in position #17 and the Coaches Poll ranked them #21.  We're in for some great football, Brian Kelly style!

If you are planning to go to a University of Cincinnati Football game this year...get your tickets now.  It promises to be inspiring football.  The stadium rocks with the excitement. 

Home games coming up are:

  • September 26 - Fresno State - noon
  • October 24 - Louisville
  • November 7 - Connecticut
  • November 13 - West Virginia
  • November 27 - Illinois

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