However, I’m not going so far as to say that this team will play us like Dayton did. At the time of that awful loss, we had just started to play without Mike Cook, and Levance Fields went out with what turned out to be a broken foot. Ronald Ramon had to get used to playing the point full time and struggled, shooting 0-8 from the field. The Panthers were outhustled and outrebounded by the Flyers, another thing I don’t expect to see this afternoon. The Bearcats average only 65.9 points per game, 15th out of 16 in the Big East, while also ranking 15th in field-goal percentage (41.8%) and rebounding (35.6 per game). We’re now a team that knows their roles, with Keith and Ronny really having stepped up the last three games to prove that this Panther lineup is one that can still beat any challenge the Big East will throw at them. I expect Pitt to own the glass today on both ends of the court, for DeJuan to completely dominate soft Cincinnati center Adam Hrycaniuk, and the Panthers to continue their roll through the Big East with a solid road win today.