Wes Miller, Bearcats to host Bryant

There's no place like home.

After escaping Oxford with a 59-58 win Wednesday night over in-state rival Miami University in its first true road test of the season, the University of Cincinnati men's basketball team is ready to get back home.

First-year Cincinnati coach Wes Miller said after the victory over the RedHawks that his team needs to improve its "offensive execution."

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Cincinnati Bearcats head coach Wes Miller instructs the team in the first half of an NCAA men's college basketball game against the Monmouth Hawks, Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021, at Fifth Third Arena in Cincinnati.

The Bearcats (6-2) have one more chance to iron out the kinks Sunday night against Bryant at Fifth Third Arena before it's next road test: Dec. 11 at crosstown rival Xavier.

Bryant (3-5) will be looking to rebound from a 111-44 loss Friday at Cincinnati's American Athletic Conference-mate Houston. The 67-point drubbing was the most lopsided outcome in AAC history.

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