Cincinnati- Gerido Douk With four touchdowns, including three of his career’s best rushing TDs, No. 13 Cincinnati defeated Austin Pee 55-20 in the opening round of the Bearcats season on Saturday.
Desmond Rider The game, originally scheduled for September 3, passed two TDs, 196 yards and Cincinnati. Playing at Texas Tech on September 21, 9966 was the final start of the Bearcats season.
Cincinnati (1-0) has high hopes for this year after being ranked 21st in the final AP vote last season 11-3. It quickly jumped over the governor.
TrettuckerThe first career touchdown reception was held at 1:29 on the game with a shovel pass 29 yards from Ridder. With 33 seconds remaining in the first quarter, Doaks snapped directly from the one-yard line to the fourth goal, leading 14-3.
The rider’s 38-yard run set Cincinnati’s third touchdown. This was raised by Doaks to 21-3 in a one-yard run in the second quarter.
Backup quarterback Ben Bryant At the beginning of the fourth quarter, we added a Barecats 40-yard TD run.
Jeremiah Ozval of Junior QB passed 202 yards in Austin Pee (0-3). This has scored 55 points each in the last two games, including a 55-0 defeat to Pittsburgh last week.
Freshmen running back CJ Evans Jr.. There were two rush TDs for the governor, including 64 yards in the fourth quarter.
Fans were not allowed at Nipper Stadium on Saturday due to concerns about COVID-19, but the immediate family of players and coaches were able to enter the stand.
Doaks played a bigger role in the Bearcats offense with the resignation of Michael Warren II, who finished his career in a 2,918-yard rush. On Saturday, Doaks contributed to the pass game with three rushing TDs, making four catches and touchdowns at 64 yards. He had 84 all-purpose yards with 14 touches.
The next match for Austin Pee is not yet scheduled. The Ohio Valley Conference plans a seven-game league schedule in the spring.
Cincinnati will host the Army on Saturday to participate in additional matches to fill the non-conference schedule gap after matches with Nebraska, Ohio’s Miami and Western Michigan have been canceled for COVID-19.
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