By JOE KAY
AP Sports Writer
CINCINNATI (AP) - Point guard Cashmere Wright scored a
career-high 25 points, and Cincinnati won its second straight game
with two starters suspended, beating Radford 101-70 on Saturday.
The Bearcats (7-3) opened with a 12-point run and kept going
against the Highlanders (3-9), who have lost eight in a row.
There was no drama to Cincinnati's first home game since its
26-point loss at Xavier that ended in a brawl a week earlier. Each
school suspended four players, handing out punishments ranging from
one to six games.
The Bearcats were missing power forward Yancy Gates and center
Cheikh Mbodj, serving the second of their six-game suspensions.
Reserve point guard Ge'Lawn Guyn was back after a one-game penalty
and scored five points.
Jareal Smith had 22 points for Radford. Cincinnati scored 100
points for the first time since Dec. 30, 2005, under interim coach
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