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College Football Hall of Fame coach Frank Cavanaugh began his 24-season career at Cincinnati.
Sid Gillman, a member of the College and National Football League hall of fame shrines, was the architect of one of the top eras of Cincinnati football history. He directed the Bearcats to three conference titles and a pair of bowl game appearances during his six seasons (1949-54) before leaving for the professional ranks.

That coaching tradition has continued. Three current and three recent college head coaches have Cincinnati coaching and/or playing backgrounds, while six NFL head coaches have come through the UC ranks.
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Bearcat football is rich in history and tradition :

The University of Cincinnati football program is one of the nation's oldest. When the Bearcats played Miami (O.) on Oct. 24, 1998, UC became only the 30th program in NCAA Division I-A history to play 1,000 intercollegiate football games.
UC first fielded football teams in 1885, playing against athletic clubs in the area. Three years later, in 1888, Cincinnati was featured in the very first intercollegiate football game played in the state of Ohio when a team representing UC visited nearby Oxford to play a team of students from Miami University. That contest, played on Sept. 24, was the birth of the rivalry which today ranks as the eighth-oldest and 11th-longest running rivalry in NCAA Division I college football. Only four NCAA Division I-A schools can boast of football programs older than Cincinnati's 111 years -- Rutgers, which took part in the nation's very first college football game in 1869, Michigan, which began play in 1879, Navy (1880) and Minnesota (1883).