For a team that has struggled as much as the Cincinnati Bearcats over the past three weeks, putting up ten touchdowns in a Big East game sort of takes the sting out (at least a little bit).
In the highest scoring game in Big East history, Cincinnati outgunned Rutgers 69-38 in front of a sparse crowd at Nippert Stadium.
Cincinnati scored a total of 17 points combined in their previous two games, but exploded for 69 points against a Scarlet Knight team that simply had no answer to their offensive assault.
With two games remaining, Cincinnati still has a chance to qualify for a bowl and salvage the season. To do so, they will need an offensive replication of last night's game.
Here are five reasons why the Bearcats dominated Rutgers last night.