1999 Cincinnati Bearcats football team

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1999 Cincinnati Bearcats football
Cincinnati University Bearcats textlogo.svg
Conference Conference USA
1999 record3–8 (0–6 C-USA)
Head coach
Offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher (1st season)
Defensive coordinator Rick Smith (1st season)
Home stadium Nippert Stadium
(Capacity: 35,097)
Seasons
  1998
2000  
1999 Conference USA football standings
Conf  Overall
Team W L    W L 
No. 14 Southern Miss $ 60    93 
East Carolina  42    93 
Louisville  42    75 
UAB  42    56 
Memphis  42    56 
Houston  33    74 
Army  15    38 
Tulane  15    38 
Cincinnati  06    38 
  • $ Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1999 Cincinnati Bearcats football team represented the University of Cincinnati in the 1999 NCAA Division I-A football season. The team, coached by Rick Minter, played their home games in Nippert Stadium, as it has since 1924.

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Schedule

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
September 4 Kent State *W 41–3N/A
September 11 Troy State *
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH
L 24–3116,091
September 182:16 p.m.No. 9 Wisconsin *
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH
FSN W 17–1227,721
September 2512:00 p.m.at No. 12 Ohio State * ESPN+ L 20–3493,407
October 92:30 p.m.at Houston L 20–2322,315
October 16 UAB
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH
ESPN+ L 21–24 OT17,033
October 23at No. 21 Southern Miss L 20–28N/A
October 3012:30 p.m.at Miami (OH) *W 52–4222,469
November 63:30 p.m. Louisville
FSNL 13–2326,399
November 133:30 p.m.at No. 24 East Carolina L 34–4833,912
November 203:30 p.m. Memphis
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH (Rivalry)
L 13–2114,058
  • *Non-conference game
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game
  • All times are in Eastern time

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Roster

1999 Cincinnati Bearcats football team roster
PlayersCoaches
Offense
Pos.#NameClass
G 66Ken BiggsSr
WR 1 Antonio Chatman Jr
WR 2Jason Collins-BakerJr
RB 33Robert CooperSr
WR 3Tye KeithFr
QB 7Deontey KennerJr
G 70Jason LisekJr
T 77Mike LoveJr
C 50Doug RosfeldJr
WR 81Tim WalkerSo
Defense
Pos.#NameClass
CB 8Jeff BurrowSr
LB 48 Troy Evans Jr
FS 22DeJuan GossettJr
CB 4 LaVar Glover So
SS 21Frank LangFr
DE 98Greg LeeJr
CB 31Melvin LewisSo
LB 59Clarence LindseyJr
DT 90 Mario Monds Jr
LB 83 Antwan Peek So
Special teams
Pos.#NameClass
K 13Joe JudgeSr
LS 53Chad Vordem EscheJr
Head coach
Coordinators/assistant coaches

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • Cruz Roja.svg Injured
  • Redshirt.svg Redshirt

Roster

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References

  1. "1999 Cincinnati Bearcats Schedule and Results" . Retrieved November 8, 2018.
  2. "University of Cincinnati Football Media Guide" (PDF). gobearcats.com. Retrieved October 23, 2018.
  3. "1999 Football Schedule". University of Cincinnati Athletics. Retrieved April 14, 2019.