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Chat: Cincy outlasts Duke in 48-34 shootout

Posted December 26, 2012
Updated December 27, 2012

FINAL: Cincy 48, Duke 34

Two late turnovers doomed Duke in a 48-34 shootout loss to Cincinnati in the Belk Bowl Thursday played in Charlotte. 

:14 4th: Cincy 48, Duke 34

With nothing left to do but throw for Duke, Cincy pinned their ears back and blitzed, hitting Sean Renfree and forcing an interception. The pick was returned and Renfree stayed down with an apparent injury.

:44 4th: Cincy 41, Duke 34

For the second time tonight, Duke lost a fumble inside the 10-yard line. Cincy responded with an 83-yard TD pass to tight end Travis Kelce and are up one score with 44 seconds remaining.

7:24 4th: Duke 34, Cincy 34

Ross Martin got his 52-yard field goal after all. This one with 7:24 remaining in the game brought Duke even with Cincy, 34-34.

The field goal didn't clear the bar by much, but he got what he needed.

11:19 4th: Cincy 34, Duke 31

Duke appeared to have stopped the Cincy offense, but a pass interference call gave the Bearcats new life and they took advantage with a 25-yard TD pass to Chris Moore despite good coverage from Tony Foster.

12:45 4th: Duke 31, Cincy 27

A pass interference call helped prolong the Duke drive, then they finished with a statement that included a catch by Vernon run by Thompson and TD reception from Brandon Connette to David Reeves.

Duke opened the game on a 16-point run, fell behind 27-16 and have now scored 11 in a row to regain the lead.

3:00 3rd: Cincy 27, Duke 24

Duke got a 39-yard completion on 3rd and long to Desmond Scott then got a 10-yard touchdown pass from Sean Renfree to Connor Vernon and the Blue Devils are back within a field goal.

Duke converted a two-point conversion on a throw-back pass to Issac Blakeney to get back on scoring schedule after an early missed extra point.  Duke and Cincinnati battle in Belk Bowl Images: Duke and Cincinnati battle in Belk Bowl

7:41: 3rd: Cincy 27, Duke 16

George Winn ripped off a 46-yard TD run on the second play of the Cincy drive and the Bearcats have scored 27 consecutive points to take a double-digit lead.

10:55 3rd: Cincy 20, Duke 16

Duke came out of half with energy but a 55-yard gain on 3rd down helped Cincy reach the goalline. Duke was able to hold the Bearcats to a field goal and trail 20-16. 

HALFTIME: Cincy 17, Duke 16

Duke moved into field goal range in the final seconds of the half and Ross Martin connected from 53 yards, but it was negated by an illegal substitution by Cincy. Martin's subsequent 48-yarder was no good.

:42 2nd: Cincy 17, Duke 16

Facing a 3rd and 8 from their own 2 with no timeouts left, Cincy went 98 yards in 52 seconds on a 26-yards run and passes of 30 and 41 yards and took the lead. 

4:03 2nd: Duke 16, Cincy 10

Duke fumbled the ball at the 1-yard line, missing out on a touchdown chance. Two drives later, Cincinnati got a TD pass from Brendon Kay to Anthony McClung and it's a 16-10 game.

Jela Duncan, a freshman from Charlotte, was the one who fumbled at the 1. He appeared to take a shot to the head and has been looked at on the sidelines without a return.

End 1st: Duke 16, Cincy 3

Duke has controlled the first quarter out-gaining Cincy 166-60 in total yards and grabbing 10 1st downs to 2.

1:44 1st: Duke 16, Cincy 3

Cincy running back George Winn ripped off two big runs to get the Bearcats into field goal territory. That's where Duke stopped them and a Tony Miliano FG made the score 16-3.

Winn, a 1,200-yard rusher in the regular season, provided the only two first down for Cincy in the game with back-to-back runs.

4:45 1st: Duke 16, Cincy 0

After forcing their second consecutive three-and-out, Duke's Tony Foster blocked the Cincinnati punt and recovered himself for a touchdown to extend the Blue Devils' lead to 16-0.

Duke corner Jordon Byas left the field noticeably off-kilter after a hit with his helmet. Would be surprising to see him return, but that is speculative.

6:12 1st: Duke 9, Cincy 0

Duke defense forced a three-and-out and got a short field for Duke who added a Ross Martin field goal and now lead Cincinnati 9-0 after two possessions.

Duke converted a 4th and 1 from their own 20 on a pass to Brandon Connette, but stalled out after reaching the Cincy 11.

Connette has been used in many ways early on, lining up in four different positions.

11:48 1st: Duke 6, Cincy 0

Duke marched down the field on the game's opening drive, going 79 yards on eight plays, and got a touchdown on a Sean Renfree quarterback keeper around the left side.

The extra point by Ross Martin was blocked and the advancement was denied at the goalline as Martin tried to pick it up and get in the endzone for two.

Renfree was 2-for-3 on the opening drive including a big 3rd down completion to Conner Vernon.

15:00 1st: Duke 0, Cincy 0

Duke, wearing blue helmets and jersey's, will receive the opening kick in Charlotte. Stadium not even close to full, but Duke fans noticeably greater than Cincy fans.

 

PREGAME

For the first time in since the 1995 season, the Duke Blue Devils will play in a postseason game when they take on the Cincinnati Bearcats in the Belk Bowl at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina on Thursday, Dec. 27.

The headlines for Cincinnati recently have had very little to do with the Bearcats' bowl bid. Head coach Butch Jones, who had been with the team for the past three seasons resigned on Dec. 7 to take the vacant head coaching position at Tennessee. With Jones gone Steve Stripling will lead the Bearcats against Duke. Just a day later former Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville was announced as UC's new head coach, amid reports that he left recruits at a dinner the night before, to accept the job. 

All the coaching moves have overshadowed what was a strong season for Cincinnati, which finished 9-3 overall and earned its sixth bowl bid in the last seven years. The coaching change hasn't been a distraction according to several UC players, including offensive lineman Austen Bujnoch.

"I first want to thank Coach Jones for the opportunity he gave us. We couldn't have won back-to-back Big East championships without him," Bujnoch said. "But it's time to move on. We play for the guys in the locker room and for the 'C' on our chest at the end of the day. We have had two different coaches in the last five years and have won four championships, so it's about the guys in the locker room."

The Bearcats are 5-5 all-time in bowl games, which includes a 31-24 victory over Vanderbilt in last year's Liberty Bowl. The 2012 regular season ended on a high note for Cincy with a 34-17 victory on the road against Connecticut, which earned the Bearcats a four-way share of the Big East title.

Duke has grabbed its share of headlines this year as well, particularly with regard to the team earning its first bowl bid since the 1994-95 season. In that contest nearly two decades ago, the Blue Devils fell by a count of 34-20 to Wisconsin in what was then known as the Hall of Fame Bowl, but has since been renamed the Outback Bowl. That appearance was also the only bowl game for Duke since 1961 and the eighth overall. Duke will have its head coach on the sidelines with David Cutcliffe calling the shots after earning the 2012 ACC Coach of the Year award. 

"This honor is both humbling and rewarding because of the quality of the coaches in our conference," Cutcliffe said. "Ultimately, the acclaim goes to both our staff and the group of young men that came to practice every day with a desire to improve and prepare, gave their best effort on Saturdays."

Duke struggled late in the season by losing each of its last four games but still managed to finish with a 6-6 overall record which was the most wins the program has logged since its last bowl season.

There won't be any familiarity between these programs based on a past history since this game marks the first ever between them. Duke Logo More Duke Stories

Cincinnati was one of the best offensive teams in the Big East this season. The Bearcats ranked second in both total offense (430.8 ypg) and were tied for first in scoring (31.0) while ranking in the top-50 in the country in each of those categories. Balance was the key for Cincinnati, as the team rushed for 199.8 yards per game while throwing for 231.0 ypg.

The Bearcats' offensive showing is even more impressive considering the squad had to deal with a quarterback change midway through the year. Munchie Legaux began the season as the starter, but struggled leading to the ascension of Brendon Kay who started the last four games. Kay completed 61.9 percent of his pass attempt and threw six touchdowns with a pair of interceptions. He surpassed 240 yards passing in three games and earned a 4-1 record as the starter.

Easing the transition between quarterbacks was a steady running game which was powered by George Winn. The Big East's leading rusher (1,204 yards, 12 TDs), Winn was one of just two players in the conference to average more than 100 rushing yards per game. Winn did begin to slow down in the final weeks though, as he had just one game with 100 yards or more in the final four contests. Kay can also pick up yards on the ground when need be as he had at least 46 yards rushing in three of his four starts.

In terms of pass-catching options, tight end Travis Kelce really turned it on at the end of the season and finished with teams-highs in receptions (40), yards (599) and touchdowns (7). He caught at least four balls for 50 yards in four of the final five games, and logged five of his touchdowns over that span. Kenbrell Thompkins (32 receptions, 523 yards, 2 TDs) and Anthony McClung (31 receptions, 429 yards, TD) are both capable of making big plays in space.

On defense, the Bearcats were in the middle of the Big East in terms of yards allowed (373.8 pg). However, they were able to limit foes on the scoreboard by ranking second in the Big East and 12th nationally in scoring defense (17.2 ppg). The Bearcats were especially tight in the red zone where they allowed a conference-low 14 touchdowns. Cincinnati was one of the better teams in the league in creating pressure by totaling the second-most sacks (30.0).

Powering the defense from the linebacker position was Greg Blair, who racked up tackles as well as any player in the country. Blair finished the season with the second-most stops in the Big East (123) including 8.5 for loss. Dan Giordano (51 tackles, 5.0 sacks) turned into the unit's best pass rusher when Walter Stewart was lost for the season early on due to a back injury.

In a conference filled with high-powered offenses like Clemson and Florida State, Duke ranked near the middle in terms of offensive production. The Blue Devils were the seventh-best team in total offense (396.6 ypg) and just a notch above that in scoring (31.3 ppg). There was much less balance for the Blue Devils, who relied more heavily on the pass (3,331 yards) than the run (1,428 yards).

Calling the shots from under center is Sean Renfree who turned in a strong season. Renfree completed 66.3 percent of his pass attempts for 2,755 yards and had 10 more touchdowns (18) than interceptions (8). Renfree ranked third in the ACC in completion percentage, but fell to fifth in overall passer rating (136.08).

Renfree had the benefit of throwing to one of the best receiving tandems in the country. Both Conner Vernon and Jamison Crowder each had stellar seasons on the outside. Vernon (75 receptions, 955 yards, 7 TDs) led the squad in receptions and had four games with at least 100 receiving yards. Crowder (70 receptions, 1,025 yards, 8 TDs) had more big-play ability as he showed in the regular-season finale when he hauled in eight passes for 203 yards and a pair of scores. Both finished in the top-10 in the ACC in receptions and receiving yards. Desmond Scott (61 receptions, 606 yards, 2 TDs) adds even more depth to the receiving corps.

When Duke does run the ball it turns to the backfield duo of Jela Duncan and Josh Snead. Even though he is just a freshman, Duncan (99 attempts, 516 yards, 4 TDs) was the primary back but did not have a 100-yard rushing game this year. Snead (389 yards, 2 TDs) was also held out of the century club but came within a yard against North Carolina. Backup quarterback Brandon Connette was used in a number of short-yardage situations, especially near the goal line, where he scored 7 touchdowns.

On the defensive side of the ball, Duke has really not been up to par. The Blue Devils are the worst team in the ACC in scoring defense (35.0 ppg), and next-to-last in total defense (462.1 ypg). Really hurting Duke is how often teams have scored in the red zone with a league-worst 91.1 percent success rate allowed by the Blue Devils. Duke doesn't really create much pressure either, ranking near the bottom in sacks (23.0) and tackles for loss (56.0). Duke did collect 23 turnovers this season, which was tied for the second-most in the conference.

Both Walt Canty and Ross Cockrell earned All-ACC honors for Duke this season. Canty led the team with 102 tackles, including 5.5 for loss. Cockrell dominated in the secondary as well by snagging five interceptions while being credited with 12 pass breakups. Kenny Anunike (52 tackles, 5.0 sacks) is the top pass rusher for the Blue Devils.

With how well Cincinnati plays on offense and the big-play threats that Duke has in the passing game, this matchup has all the makings of a shootout. The Blue Devils could benefit a bit from the coaching change at Cincinnati, but the Bearcats have the stronger defense and that should help them prevail.

Sports Network Predicted Outcome: Cincinnati 38, Duke 30

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  • Hokies94 Dec 27, 10:56 p.m.

    For those that even kept up with this game. Duke had 4 TO's vs 0 for Cincy. Cincy should have won this game. I still hate it for Duke. Duke had chances. They blew the deal with TO's. Simple math. Haters love this ending.

  • lanecc Dec 27, 10:44 p.m.

    Duke should have had the option to take the penalty or the points. Bush move on Cincy.

    — Posted by Mustang

    Absolutely agree. That play did not lose the game but it did penalize the wrong team.

  • lanecc Dec 27, 10:41 p.m.

    No excuse for this loss. Two fumbles in the Red Zone. Elementary.

  • BeastOnTheHill Dec 27, 10:37 p.m.

    I like how the carrot was dangled in front of the boo devils and then WALA!... it's gone.

    nice try.

  • DurhamDevil Dec 27, 10:36 p.m.

    That's my Devils...somehow I still love them.

    GO DUKE!!!

  • bigfella Dec 27, 10:33 p.m.

    No need to feel bad for Snead. You 're taught from pee wee football to put both hands on the ball when you are inside the 10. Defense giving up HUGE plays didn't help either. Duke deserved to lose. Feel worse for Vernan. Dude is a stud.

  • Hokies94 Dec 27, 10:32 p.m.

    Cincy had 18 1st downs vs 36 vs Duke. Duke had 560 yards vs 554. Duke had 4 TO's vs O Cincy. How's that to say that TO's doesn't factor in any game.(Novice readers) Duke had chances and blew the deal. 4 TO's could kill the best out there. Duke still did a good job and beat UNC to get to this point. They must be over-acheivers. I like my bold letters to get the attention of some on here. Heh. I don't even need to respond. Go Hokies.

  • RPHEELS23 Dec 27, 10:32 p.m.

    And there is your Coach of the Year in our conference folks. Overall losing record. Only in the ACC.

  • RD n NC Dec 27, 10:26 p.m.

    Duke could be up 21-23 points right now. I surely hope that they will not allow Byas to play... View More

    — Posted by Hokies94

    Dam them managers and grad assistants :)

  • sbeagler223 Dec 27, 10:26 p.m.

    shame Cutliff has to set and watch 2 turnovers in the red zone. all they had to do was protect the ball kick a field goal if they couldnt score a td It wasnt even a good hit just like Snead had vaseline on his hands gave it up. shame Duke's defense sucks as well but Congrats to Cutliff indeed he was coach of the year He has done a great job to put together a nice offensive unit.Great Job Cutliff you are first class.

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