Cincinnati Bearcats Football Program Prepares for 2024 Season

Cincinnati’s football program is gearing up for the 2024 season under the leadership of head coach Scott Satterfield. The Bearcats experienced significant changes last year, including a transition to the Big 12 conference and a new head coach. However, they struggled in their first season in the power conference, finishing with a 3-9 record.

Despite the challenges, Satterfield kept the Bearcats competitive, with several close losses. This year, Cincinnati aims to improve its performance by relying on a strong ground attack led by top running back Corey Kiner, who rushed for 1,047 yards last season. The team also added transfer running backs Evan Pryor and Chance Williams to bolster their offensive options.

At the quarterback position, Brendan Sorsby, a transfer from Indiana, is expected to take over as the full-time starter. Sorsby showed promise as a part-time starter for the Hoosiers last year. He will have the support of top receiver Xzavier Henderson and other talented transfers to enhance the passing game.

Defensively, Cincinnati will undergo significant changes, with only four starters returning. Tyson Veidt, previously the linebackers coach at Iowa State, has taken over as the new defensive coordinator. The team has focused on strengthening the defensive line and secondary through the transfer portal.

Satterfield acknowledges the growing pains the program is experiencing but remains optimistic about the future. Cincinnati aims to become a top 25 team consistently and compete for the Big 12 championship. The program is also investing in a new $134 million practice facility to support its goals.

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