UC Bearcats -- Football
Cincinnati 34, Temple 10
The Bearcats travelled to Philadelphia and destroy the Owls, with red-shirt senior quarterback Brandon Kay making his first career start. Kay went 13-21 passing with 244 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Miami RedHawks -- Football
Kent State 48, Miami 32
Oxford experienced its first home loss of the season, but experienced Zach Dysert's 455-performance moved him to 26th on the NCAA all-time passing yards list.
Xavier Musketeers -- Basketball
Xavier 117, Farleigh Dickinson 75
The Musketeers hosted the Knights in their season opener, with sophomore guard Dee Davis setting career highs in points (22) and assists (15). Seven Xavier players finished with double-digit points.
Miami RedHawks -- Basketball
N.C. State 97, Miami 59
Traveling to Raleigh for the first game of the John Cooper era, the RedHawks fell to #6 N.C. State. Junior guard Allen Roberts led Miami in scoring with 16.
UC Bearcats -- Basketball
Cincinnati 80, Tennessee-Martin 57
Senior guard Cashmere Wright led the Bearcats in the season opener with 16 points, four rebounds, and three assists.
Cincinnati 31, New York Giants 13
In quite possibly the biggest shock of the Sunday, the Bengals took down the world champion Giants a week after Pittsburgh did the same. Andy Dalton threw four touchdown passes with 199 yards, while Eli Manning threw for no touchdowns and 215 yards. The Bengals are now 4-5 and remain in third place in the AFC North.