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January 18, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
When: Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Where: Fifth Third Arena, Cincinnati. TV/Radio: ESPNU/WPHT-1210 AM. Records: Temple (12-6, 3-2 American Athletic Conference); Cincinnati (11-5, 2-2). Coaches: Temple, Fran Dunphy (9th season, 179-103); Cincinnati (associate head coach Larry Davis will guide the team the rest of the season while coach Mick Cronin deals with arterial dissection. The Bearcats are 4-3 in the games Davis has coached). Last game: Temple lost 60-55 to visiting SMU on Wednesday.
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December 1, 2014
When: Saturday at noon Where: Lincoln Financial Field. Records: Cincinnati (7-3, 5-1 American Athletic Conference; Temple (5-5, 3-3) TV: ESPNEWS; Radio: WPEN –FM (97.5) Coaches: Cincinnati, Tommy Tuberville (2d season, 16-7, overall 146-84), Temple, Matt Rhule (2d season, 7-15). Series: Temple leads the series, 9-6-1. In the last meeting, Cincinnati won, 38-20, at Cincinnati, on Oct. 11, 2013. Things to Watch The Owls' offensive line looks to be as healthy as it's going to be and could have its five starters together for the first time since the Tulsa game (Oct.
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March 5, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Drake Diener and Delonte Holland scored 17 each and Quemont Greer had 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead host De Paul to a 68-65 upset over No. 13 Cincinnati last night. It was De Paul's first victory over a team ranked this high since December 2000, when the Blue Demons (18-8, 11-4 Conference USA) beat then-No. 10 Missouri. Cincinnati came into the game tied with Memphis for the lead in Conference USA. The Bearcats (20-6, 11-4) play Memphis tomorrow in the regular-season finale.
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February 13, 2013 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
CINCINNATI - Earlier Tuesday, the Big East standings showed Cincinnati and Villanova tied for ninth place with 6-5 records, odd considering the Bearcats have been nationally ranked this season for all but two weeks and the Wildcats haven't found their way into the Top 25. The Bearcats might have had that in mind Tuesday night. They got in the grille of the Wildcats defensively from the opening minutes and never let up. That defense, along with 12 three-point baskets, enabled them to roll to a 68-50 victory over Villanova at the Fifth Third Arena.
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October 27, 2012 | Associated Press
John Wallace kicked a 30-yard field goal in overtime to lift No. 16 Louisville to a 34-31 victory over visiting Cincinnati on Friday night after an attempt to ice the redshirt kicker went horribly wrong for the Bearcats. Cincinnati got the ball first in OT, but Terrell Floyd intercepted Munchie Legaux's floater in the end zone, and the Cardinals drove 12 yards to set up Wallace's kick. Bearcats coach Butch Davis called timeout right before the field-goal attempt, and the high snap went through the holder's hands.
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August 7, 2010 | By Rick O’Brien, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Dave McInerney, a hard-hitting catcher at Upper Moreland who will be a senior this fall, has made a commitment to the University of Cincinnati. Last season, McInerney batted .432 with 17 RBIs, 15 runs, 9 doubles, 5 home runs, and a .510 on-base percentage. He was an Inquirer third-team all-Southeastern Pennsylvania selection and first-team Suburban One League American Conference pick.    
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September 7, 2012 | From Inquirer Wire Services
George Winn ran for a pair of touchdowns, including a 58-yarder on Cincinnati's first play of the game, and the Bearcats took advantage of more Pittsburgh mistakes for a 34-10 victory Thursday night in Cincinnati, opening a Big East season that is a prelude to change. It was the start of the Big East's final season before a major overhaul. West Virginia has already left for the Big 12, and Pitt and Syracuse will head to the ACC after the season. Next year, the conference expands to the South and West.
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March 20, 2016 | By Dick Jerardi, STAFF WRITER
SPOKANE, Wash. -  The final shot that counted was a year in the   making. Isaiah Miles made a decision last spring that his senior year was going to be better, much better, than the three that preceded it. "Isaiah took a lot of shots since last spring to see that last one go in," Saint Joseph's coach Phil Martelli said. That last one stopped the game clock with 7 seconds remaining in an absolutely classic NCAA first round game between St. Joe's and Cincinnati. Nothing was certain even after regulation ended because Cincinnati's Octavius Ellis threw down a dunk right at the final buzzer, a shot that if ruled good would have sent the game careening into overtime.
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March 20, 2016 | By Mike Jensen, INQUIRER COLUMNIST
SPOKANE, Wash. - Walking down a hallway at Spokane Arena, the Saint Joseph's Hawks stars and their coach turned a corner, headed for a news conference. Suddenly a contingent of Hawk fans who had reached the Pacific Northwest spotted them and began chanting a delirious form of "the Hawk will never die. " Phil Martelli pumped a fist. DeAndre Bembry simply picked up the chant in a soft voice, continuing down the hall, saying the words to himself. In a game that instantly gets lodged into Hawk lore - the outcome of the NCAA West Region first-round game not finalized as St. Joe's 78, Cincinnati 76 until the referees watched countless replays - Bembry, just as cool, threw a pass that is part of that lore.
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March 19, 2016 | By Mike Jensen, STAFF WRITER
St. Joseph's keys The Hawks need to press their advantage by spreading the floor, forcing Cincinnati's post defenders away from the basket, and then hitting from the outside. But St. Joe's doesn't depend on the outside shot. Look for all of the Hawks to also be driving to the hoop. A bigger key is usually at the other end, where an opponent heating up from the outside gives the Hawks problems. St. Joe's isn't afraid to use some zone, but too much of it can be dangerous since sometimes it can allow opponents to get in a rhythm.
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March 16, 2016 | By Dick Jerardi, Staff Writer
WHATEVER HAPPENS in the hours just before the NCAA selections are made often gets lost in the national obsession that is our rush to decipher the brackets. What Saint Joseph's did over the weekend in Brooklyn was a reminder of how wonderful basketball can be when played in perfect harmony and could very well be instructive on how the Hawks might play this Friday night in Spokane, Wash., against Cincinnati. Sunday's Atlantic 10 championship game win over VCU was about as aesthetically pleasing a performance as you are likely to see. When St. Joe's coach Phil Martelli was asked if he could remember any of his teams playing better, he first consulted with director of basketball operations Rob Sullivan and said that the only thing that came close was his 2003-04 team's 114-63 win at St. Bonaventure.
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March 15, 2016 | By Mike Kern, Staff Writer
NEW YORK - Moments. For Saint Joseph's coach Phil Martelli, that's what holds the most meaning. On Sunday, his Hawks gave him some indelible snapshots. That's how it is when you cut down nets. "The basketball, like that was special," he said in midafternoon, after his team won the Atlantic 10 championship at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, 87-74 over Virginia Commonwealth. "For these guys to go through that . . . it's forever. " Four hours later, back at their hotel, they learned who they're playing next, and where.
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November 21, 2015 | Kristen A. Graham, Inquirer Staff Writer
Mayor-elect Jim Kenney is hitting the road to learn more about one of the key tenets of his education platform: expanding community schools. Kenney, City Council President Darrell L. Clarke, and others will travel to Cincinnati on Friday to explore that city's acclaimed community schools model, which concentrates social and health services inside school buildings. Clustering community partners and city services inside schools is a way to boost student achievement and engage families, proponents say. Cincinnati has done so at very little cost to its school system, with the bulk of costs paid for by nonprofit partners who either bill Medicaid for services or dip into their own coffers.
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September 18, 2015 | John Smallwood, Daily News Sports Columnist
IT IS EARLY, but I am jumping on the Temple football bandwagon. Over the next few weeks, it will get crowded and I want to make sure I have my seat reserved for the final stop. I am dreaming big. Perhaps if the stars align and every card falls right you possibly/maybe/might put Temple and College Football Playoff together in the same sentence. Stop choking on your scrapple. I concede that there is more likely to be 5 feet of snow in the Orange Bowl or Cotton Bowl than a storm of Cherry and White on New Year's Eve for the national semifinals.
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September 16, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
For Temple, the shoe is now firmly on the other foot. The Owls have won games against Penn State and Cincinnati that many thought they would lose. This Saturday they face an 0-1 Massachusetts team that is coming off a 48-14 loss at Colorado and the Owls will be expected to move to 3-0. UMass coach Mark Whipple, now in his second stint with the Minutemen, almost sounded ready to concede Monday in a conference call with the media. "I would say that they are the best team we've played since I've been here," Whipple said.
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September 15, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
The aggressive defense that Temple called on last season to help the Owls in crucial moments was on display again Saturday night in a 34-26 victory at Cincinnati. The Owls (2-0, 1-0 American Athletic Conference) forced five turnovers - including four second-half interceptions of Bearcats quarterback Gunner Kiel - and held off a late Cincinnati rally in a huge win against the team that many have picked to win the conference. Leading 34-12, the Owls gave up 14 points in the fourth quarter.
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September 15, 2015 | By Mike Jensen, Inquirer Columnist
So how crazy is this all going to get? Temple's 34-26 upset at American Athletic Conference favorite Cincinnati should go down as the Owls' most significant football victory of the last quarter century - except for the victory the week before. The Owls doubled down on their Penn State upset, their first win over the Nittany Lions since 1941, with another game-changer. After last week, I had simply adjusted a preseason Temple forecast for a 6-6 record to 7-5. And now . . . Well, all bets are off now. Predicting how the rest of the AAC plays out for Temple suggests you knew the Owls could hold on Saturday to beat Cincinnati.
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