The University of Cincinnati began playing football in 1885. Never had an opponent rushed for 569 yards, as Navy did Saturday in a 42-32 win over the Bearcats in Annapolis, Maryland. UC (2-2, 0-1 American Athletic Conference East) topped its previous worst defensive rushing day by 30 yards. That record had stood since 1989, when a roster depleted by NCAA probation and a coaching transition (Dave Currey to Tim Murphy) surrendered 539 yards rushing in a 56-3 home loss to Northern Illinois.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - A second consecutive miraculous finish failed to materialize for the University of Cincinnati here Saturday, as the Bearcats could not overcome one of the worst defensive showings in school history. UC allowed a program-worst 569 yards rushing and lost 42-32 to Navy, on a sunny afternoon at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The Midshipmen ran their patented triple-option to perfection, led by quarterback Zach Abey with 128 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
Enquirer beat reporter Tom Groeschen takes a look at the University of Cincinnati's football game Saturday against Navy. Usual starter Mike Boone (twisted left ankle) missed last week's game at Miami. UC coach Luke Fickell said he expects senior Boone to return for this game, but redshirt freshman Gerrid Doaks and true freshman Michael Warren II showed last week that they can play. Doaks rushed 17 times for 71 yards, and Warren carried nine times for 51 yards in a 21-17 win at Miami University.
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