CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati
department of athletics and the BIG EAST Conference jointly announced the
Bearcats' 2013 football schedule Wednesday.
UC, winners of four of the past five BIG EAST Conference
titles, will play Connecticut, Louisville, Purdue, Northwestern State, SMU and
Temple at home while facing Houston, Illinois, Memphis, Miami (Ohio), Rutgers
and USF on the road.
All six of the Bearcats' home games are scheduled to be
played inside Nippert Stadium.
UC enters a new era in 2013, with head coach Tommy Tuberville
taking the reins of the program. Tuberville, a 17-year head coaching veteran,
was named UC's head coach in mid-December.
"It's a nice balanced schedule," Tuberville
said. "We have a great home schedule that features Purdue and Louisville
with Northwestern State, Temple, Connecticut and SMU and a number of
challenging games on the road. I'm looking forward to experiencing the great
atmosphere at Nippert Stadium. Our coaches and players are excited for the
challenges that this schedule presents, and we are ready to get back on the
field Friday for our fifth spring practice as we continue our
The Bearcats have three nationally televised games,
taking on Temple (Friday, Oct. 11) and Louisville (Thursday, Dec. 5) inside
Nippert Stadium and facing Memphis (Wednesday, Oct. 30) on the road.
The Bearcats open up the campaign with Purdue on Aug. 31,
2013 in Nippert. The following week, the Bearcats play their second-straight
Big Ten Conference opponent, traveling to Champaign to meet Illinois. UC
returns home on Sept. 14 to take on Northwestern State before closing out
non-conference play on Sept. 21 against Miami (Ohio) in the 118th Battle for
the Victory Bell in Oxford.
UC opens up conference play on Oct. 5 at Raymond James
Stadium again USF ahead of a Friday night matchup with Temple inside Nippert
Stadium On Oct. 11. Connecticut wraps up the only two-game homestand of the
year for the Bearcats on Oct. 19.
Following its second bye week, UC will play a rare
Wednesday night game at Memphis on Oct. 30. It will be Cincinnati's first trip
to the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium since knocking off Vanderbilt in the 2011
Autozone Liberty Bowl.
UC returns home to face SMU in the first-ever meeting
between the two schools on Nov. 9 before heading on the road for back-to-back
contests at Rutgers and Houston on Nov. 16 and Nov. 23, respectively.
The Bearcats close out the regular season on Thursday,
Dec. 5 in a primetime matchup for the Keg of Nails against Louisville inside
Gametimes and additional television opportunities will be
announced once they are available.
Wednesday, August 20 2014 1:35 PM EDT2014-08-20 17:35:47 GMT
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