Cincinnati to play '14 home games at Paul Brown Stadium

The Sports Xchange
The SportsXchange

The University of Cincinnati announced its football team will play its home games during the 2014 season at Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals, while Nippert Stadium undergoes a 15-month renovation project due to begin in December.
"I was impressed with the game day atmosphere we were able to create at PBS in 2011 and the stadium is a first-class facility," Director of Athletics Whit Babcock said. "While we will have some logistical issues to deal with in moving an entire season of games to Paul Brown, I know our staff has a great working relationship with the Bengals and I am confident the environment will be the next best thing to Nippert Stadium."
Cincinnati is 1-3 all-time at games played at Paul Brown Stadium, but all three losses were by four points or less and the program drew a school-record home crowd there of 66,319 against Ohio State in 2002.
"It's a great stadium," Bearcats coach Tommy Tuberville said. "We had the opportunity to practice inside PBS this past spring and I was very impressed with the amenities, playing surface and the reception we received from Mike Brown, Marvin Lewis and the Bengals staff. I look forward to that relationship continuing and growing as we move forward."

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