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J.T. Smith of Bearcat Insider is giving out offensive game balls for the Bearcats performance against the Miami RedHawks

The Cincinnati Bearcats offense accumulated 461 yard total against the Miami RedHawks on Saturday. The Bearcats secured their 11th victory in a row in the Victory Bell rivalry and J.T. Smith of Bearcat Insider is handing out game balls for their performance. Check out who received game balls.

The Cincinnati Bearcats won their 11th Victory Bell in a row against the Miami RedHawks. With quarterback Hayden Moore out with an ankle injury, Ross Trail was called upon for his first start of his young career. The offense totaled 461 yards and secured a 27-20 victory.

Check out who received game balls this week.

Game ball number one: Michael Boone, running back- 19 carries for 74 yards and 1 touchdown and 4 catches for 34 yards

It was a coin flip between Boone and Green for the number one game ball. It technically could be 1a and 1b for Saturday’s performance. I gave Boone the nod because his total yardage (rushing and receiving) was 108. In the second half he had a strong performance and helped seal the deal for the Bearcats

Game ball number two: Tion Green, running back- 18 carries for 83 yards and 1 touchdown and 4 catches for 18 yards

Like a said talking about Boone, I only moved Green down because he had less total yards. Green had 101 total yards against the RedHawks. He helped put the team on his back to secure another Victory Bell win. #BearcatNation wouldn’t mind to see more plus 100 yard games from their running backs.

Game ball number three: Kahlil Lewis, wide receiver- 6 catches for 88 yards

Lewis has been slowly, but surely coming around this season and during the closing drive he had a huge 36 yard catch that secured victory for the Bearcats. He “Mossed” (YouTube getting Mossed if you don’t know the term) the RedHawks defensive back on a 50/50 ball on third down. Fans have to love what they are seeing from Lewis currently.

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