2020 Tournament PreviewCincinnati is back in the NCAA Tournament for the tenth consecutive season, though this will be the first time without coach Mick Cronin at the helm. Even under Cronin, however, the team has made it to the second weekend just once (2012) in that stretch. If the Bearcats plan to break that trend, it will be on the heels of 6-5 senior guard Jarron Cumberland (15.5 ppg, 4.9 apg, 3.8 rpg), who leads the team in scoring and takes care of most ball handling. Cincinnati has three others who score in double digits, with the biggest breakout player being Tre Scott (11.4 ppg, 10.5 rpg). The 6-8 senior is second in the American conference in rebounding and forms a stout defensive frontcourt alongside the 7-foot-1 Chris Vogt (11.0 ppg, 5.9 rpg). As a team, the Bearcats are eighth in two-point field-goal defense and 25th in opponent effective field-goal percentage, while checking in at No. 34 in block rate. The team is just 51st in the NET rankings with a 2-6 Quadrant 1 record, however, and both of those wins (Houston, Wichita State) were in conference play. Even with high-caliber players like Cumberland and Scott, there likely isn't enough here for a deep run.
Scouting Report Offense Defense
Efficiency 0.00 (0) 0.00 (0)
Pace 68.9 (182)
Effective FG% 50.29 (140) 45.67 (25)
Turnover % 17.68 (256) 17.30 (126)
Off Reb % 31.97 (54) 28.77 (214)
FTA/FGA 39.58 (32) 29.19 (97)
3P% 31.88 (242) 33.66 (207)
2P% 51.69 (85) 43.10 (8)
FT% 67.70 (276) 72.99 (283)
3PA/FGA 36.08 (219) 34.73 (92)
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Cincinnati
American Athletic Conference
Rankings
NET: #51 RPI: #30
Record
Overall: (20-10) Conference: (13-5) Quad 1: (2-6) Quad 2: (7-0) Quad 3: (9-4) Quad 4: (2-0)
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