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Brian Kelly left Cincinnati as a winner. The same cannot be said for the Bearcats' seniors or the group of Kelly's former assistants who were left to lead Cincinnati into the Sugar Bowl against Tim Tebow and the Florida Gators. Full Story

Since: Nov 09

Columbus, OH

#1 Jan 2, 2010
We were overwhelmed by a better team with way more bowl experience. Congrats to Fla. Best of luck next year to Cincy. Thanks for an awesome season! Go Bearcats!
James

Columbus, OH

#2 Jan 2, 2010
UC was certrainly a fun team to watch play this year. They had an explosive offense and a mediocre defense. But that offense was explosive against other Big East teams. They cannot compete with the country's stronger teams like Florida, Alabama, Texas and Ohio State. I feel the same about TCU and Boise State. Mountain West and the Western Athletic conferences are very weak conferences these 3 teams should not be ranked in the top 10 in the country because they are undefeated. They simply cannot hang with the SEC, Big 12 and Big 10.
buckeye4life

Columbus, OH

#3 Jan 2, 2010
See what happens when you play a REAL team? Not a team that flirts in and out of the Top 25? UC has not played anybody this year until last night. I never knew why they were ranked so high. CLEARLY we all know who and will always be the best college football team in Ohio...
Jack CA

United States

#4 Jan 2, 2010
As a buckeye fan, I have felt that sickening feeling of losing to a Florida team. I also know the great feeling of beating a much heralded Florida team- it can go either way but tebow was a lot to take on.
Who knows how this could have ended if the coach had not left. Too bad coaches are permitted to leave before the bowl games. Anyway congrats to the bearcats for a superior season.
buckeye4life2

Hopewell Junction, NY

#5 Jan 4, 2010
buckeye4life wrote:
See what happens when you play a REAL team? Not a team that flirts in and out of the Top 25? UC has not played anybody this year until last night. I never knew why they were ranked so high. CLEARLY we all know who and will always be the best college football team in Ohio...
And you know what happens when the bucks play real teams? They lose.
Baffled

Columbus, OH

#6 Jan 6, 2010
Early in the game I had a feeling that Florida could probably beat any opponent. When it was evident that Pike wasn't getting the job done, why back-up quarterback Zach Colaros wasn't given any game time has me baffled. He did a more than admirable job replacing Pike when he was sidelined with an injury. I'll have to chalk that one up to poor coaching. I don't think the end result would have changed but I do think it would not have been such a blowout.
ucfan1

West Chester, OH

#7 Feb 23, 2010
the three reasons why they lost
1. bad coaching
2. the dumb defensive coordinator switch the defense two days before the game
3. no experiance
uc will in the national championship nxt year though so don't worry uc fans

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