Eight years ago, the University of Cincinnati departed from the Big East Conference to join the American Athletic Conference. Since then, the Bearcats have fulfilled some and disappointed others while consistently looking in on the dominant conferences from the outside.
From the outside looking in, one of the most unsung roles within any university or professional football program is the coordinator of game, scout and practice film. Enter the University of Cincinnati's Adam Niemeyer.
Bearcat football’s newest addition to the coaching staff, defensive coordinator and linebacker’s coach Mike Tressel, spoke on his return to the University of Cincinnati (UC) and more in his first press conference on Thursday.
After the University of Cincinnati (UC) football program lost previous defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman to Notre Dame earlier this month, head coach Luke Fickell appointed Mike Tressel as the Bearcats new defensive coordinator and linebacker’s coach on Wednesday.
Denying the legitimacy of Luke Fickell’s 2020 No. 8 overall Bearcats football team is undeniable at this point, even for Power Five diehards. However, the bigger picture paints a silver lining to UC’s impressive representation of the American Athletic Conference.
- UC football loses director of recruiting to Notre Dame
- Georgia defeats UC in Peach Bowl; Bearcats finish season 9-1
- UC looks to prove a point to CFP Selection Committee in Peach Bowl
- Bearcats win AAC Championship; Peach Bowl bound
- Bearcats overcome poor first quarter to win tight game vs UCF
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