The two teams met last season (Cincinnati won 60-45) and will play again on December 14, but haven’t decided about the continuation of the rivalry. Both last year’s game and this year’s game were moved off campus because of the fight.
Both schools want to continue to play, but aren’t sure where to play the game.
Usually, the teams alternate between campuses, which are only about two-and-a-half miles apart.
“Long-term, what we’ve talked about is certainly continuing to play the game,” Cincinnati Athletic Director Whit Babcock told the Associated Press. “Neither one of us has a desire to end that series.
“The big question is where the heck are you going to play, and that we haven’t ironed out. We’ve left it at, `Hey, we want to see how this second year goes down there.”
Both the Bearcats and Musketeers have started the season a perfect 3-0.