Tickets for the October 24th Homecoming football match-up at Nippert Stadium between the defending BIG EAST Champion University of Cincinnati and University of Louisville are sold out, the UC Athletics Ticket Office announced Wednesday (Oct. 7).
This is the second game to be sold out this season, joining the West Virginia game set for Friday, Nov. 13 (ESPN2) and is the sixth sellout of a Bearcats home football game during the Brian Kelly era (2007: Marshall, Louisville, West Virginia; 2008: Pittsburgh; 2009: Louisville, West Virginia).
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Pete Rose isnt talking.
And thats a good thing.
Let him save the speech for his Hall of Fame induction which seems just around the corner.
It seems baseball commissioner Bud Selig is seriously considering lifting Roses lifetime suspension from baseball.
Get your running shoes on Cincinnati, Its almost time for the Flying Pig Marathon! Sunday, May 3rd will mark the 11th running of this landmark race. Whether you are running for a charity, representing your company, club, or organization or just for yourself, the race and the surrounding events provide a day of fun for the racers as well as the spectators and volunteers.
On a sun-splashed Sunday afternoon, a perfect fall day for football at
Paul Brown Stadium, Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer stood stoic on
the sideline as his team bungled and stumbled to a seventh consecutive