Cincinnati Bearcats vs. Vanderbilt Commodores
Saturday, 12/31/11, 3:30 PM EST, TV:  ABC
Opening Point Spread:  Vanderbilt -1.5
Current Betting Line:  Vanderbilt PK
Opening Total:  49.5
Current Total:  49
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Cincinnati Bearcats at South Florida Bulls
Saturday, 10/22/11, 12:00 PM EST, TV:  ESPN3
Opening Point Spread:  South Florida -2.5
Current Betting Line:  South Florida -3
Opening Total:  55.5
Current Total:  55.5
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NC State Wolfpack at Cincinnati Bearcats
Thursday, 9/22/11, 8:00 PM EST, TV:  ESPN
Opening Point Spread:  Cincinnati -6.5
Current Betting Line:  Cincinnati -7.5
Opening Total:  56
Current Total:  60.5
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Cincinnati Bearcats 
2010 record:  4-8 overall, 2-5 conference
2010 Bowl Game:  N/A
2010 ATS:  4-8
2010 O/U:  5-7
Returning starters:  16 total (5 on offense, 11 on defense)

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Cincinnati Bearcats at Louisville Cardinals
Friday, 10/15/10, 8:00 PM EDT, TV:  ESPN
Opening Point Spread: Cincinnati -3.5
Current Betting Line: Cincinnati -3
Opening Total: 54.5
Current Total: 56.5
Current Moneyline: Cincy/-150/Louisville +130

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We don’t talk about swimming here much for obvious reasons, but a story today caught my attention. Michael Phelps is currently swimming at a World Cup meet in Stockholm. He’s not at his peak fitness by his own admission, and he’s sporting a beard, so he clearly isn’t looking to set world records. He’s still Michael Phelps, though, so it is very significant that he failed to qualify for two of his first three finals at the meet. The most glaring explanation for this is the swim suit. Swimming is doing the right thing next year by banning the ridiculous high tech swimsuits that have so changed the sport over the last couple of years. In anticipation of that, Phelps is using a regular suit at this meet while his competition uses high tech ones. This is a clear example of just how much of an impact the suits have. It seems ridiculous that a sport would allow something that would change the sport so fundamentally. It would be like MLB suddenly deciding to allow aluminum bats, or using softballs instead of baseballs. Those changes would make a mockery of hitting records just like the new suits have destroyed the meaning of world records.

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So much for that Heisman trophy clarity I was hoping for from last night’s game. Tony Pike reinjured the arm he broke last week just before the half. That means that he missed all but a couple of plays of the second half, and will very likely miss at least one more game – Louisville next week. Pike hadn’t played great before the injury, either – he had thrown for two touchdowns, but but had completed less than half of his passes. That’s the end of another Heisman campaign.

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