2010 Cincinnati Bearcats football team

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2010 Cincinnati Bearcats football
Cincinnati University Bearcats textlogo.svg
Conference Big East
2010 record4–8 (2–5 Big East)
Head coach
Offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian
Defensive coordinator Tim Banks/John Jancek
Home stadium Nippert Stadium
(Capacity: 35,097)
Seasons
  2009
2011  
2010 Big East Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
Team W L    W L 
Connecticut $+ 52    85 
West Virginia + 52    94 
Pittsburgh + 52    85 
Syracuse  43    85 
South Florida  34    85 
Louisville  34    76 
Cincinnati  25    48 
Rutgers  16    48 
  • $ BCS representative as conference champion
  • + Conference co-champions
As of January 11, 2011; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2010 Cincinnati Bearcats football team represented the University of Cincinnati in the 2010 NCAA Division I FBS college football season. The Bearcats were led by head coach Butch Jones in his 1st season. They played 6 home games at Nippert Stadium and one home game at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bearcats are members of the Big East Conference. Coming off of consecutive Big East championships and BCS bowls, the Bearcats finished the season 4–8, 2–5 in Big East play.

Contents

Schedule

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
September 410:00 pmat Fresno State * ESPN2 L 14–2837,238 [1]
September 1112:00 pm Indiana State * FSN Ohio W 40–730,807 [2]
September 167:30 pmat North Carolina State * ESPN L 19–3055,934 [3]
September 256:00 pmvs. No. 9 Oklahoma *
ESPN2L 29–3158,253 [4]
October 97:00 pm Miami (OH) *
ESPN3 W 45–333,909 [5]
October 158:00 pmat Louisville ESPNW 35–2755,106 [6]
October 228:00 pm South Florida
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH
ESPN2L 30–3832,670 [7]
October 3012:00 pm Syracuse Dagger-14-plain.png
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH
ESPNU L 7–3132,072 [8]
November 1312:00 pmat West Virginia Big East NetworkL 10–3756,593 [9]
November 207:30 pm Rutgers
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH
Big East NetworkW 69–3830,265 [10]
November 2712:00 pmat Connecticut Big East NetworkL 17–3840,000 [11]
December 412:00 pm Pittsburgh
ESPNL 10–2827,496 [12]

Game summaries

Fresno State

1234Total
Cincinnati770014
Fresno State0147728

Indiana State

1234Total
Indiana State07007
Cincinnati3928040

North Carolina State

1234Total
Cincinnati0701219
NC State1463730

Oklahoma

1234Total
#9 Oklahoma1437731
Cincinnati3631729

Miami (Ohio)

1234Total
Miami03003
Cincinnati28170045

Louisville

1234Total
Cincinnati1477735
Louisville14100327

South Florida

1234Total
South Florida01714738
Cincinnati31031430

Syracuse

1234Total
Syracuse0177731
Cincinnati07007

West Virginia

1234Total
Cincinnati037010
West Virginia14167037

Rutgers

1234Total
Rutgers10147738
Cincinnati2021141469

Connecticut

1234Total
Cincinnati370717
Connecticut71401738

Pittsburgh

1234Total
Pittsburgh7140728
Cincinnati0100010

Awards and milestones

Big East Conference honors

Offensive player of the week

  • Week 6: Armon Binns [13]

Big East Conference All-Conference First Team

[14]

Big East Conference All-Conference Second Team

[14]

Players in the 2011 NFL Draft

PlayerPositionRoundPickNFL Club
Jason Kelce C 6191 Philadelphia Eagles

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