Evans injured, No. 10 Cincinnati clinch a share of AAC after 78-49 beat down of Tulane
Everybody knew if Cincinnati won against Tulane on the road they would lock up a share of the AAC title and with a huge game against Wichita State coming up on Sunday this was a very important game to not to get caught in a trap.
Cincinnati didn’t get caught in a trap, Jacob Evans cut his hair and laid down 11 points very quick on Tulane. He scared everybody in #BearcatNation when he went down with an ankle injury barely being able to put weight on it being helped back into the locker room only to show back up on the Cincinnati bench a few minutes later with no brace or ice, but because of how dominate his team was playing Evans didn’t reenter it was a good learning experience for Keith Williams and Trevor Moore getting quality minutes on the road who knows if you will need them in March. Overall it seems that Evans is ok, I’m willing to bet he will play on Sunday.
Cincinnati had four players in double digits led by Kyle Washington with 16, Cane Broome with 13, Evans with 11 and Tre Scott with 10. They won the rebound battle 41-26 and just completely to take home an easy 78-49.
No matter what happens on Sunday the Bearcats can call themselves AAC Champs which at the end of the day the fan base and this team should be proud.
— John Brannen (@coachbrannen) March 2, 2018
78-49 #Bearcats win 26-4 (15-2 ) share of the AAC clinched
— J.T. Smith (@_JT_Smith) March 2, 2018
— Tom Groeschen (@TomGroeschen) March 2, 2018