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Moore makes a bone-head play

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Cincinnati Bearcats are under a first-year head coach. Luke Fickell is trying to build a new atmosphere around the team.

While Fickell may be new, his quarterback Hayden Moore, who is a redshirt sophomore, is not and should not have made the bone-head mistake that he made on Saturday against the SMU Mustangs. In overtime, instead of passing the ball downfield, Moore decided to throw a shovel pass.

Hayden Moore (Getty Images)

Hayden Moore (Getty Images)

As he was in the grips of the Mustangs defenders, the shovel pass by Moore was intercepted after hitting off of his receivers’ face.

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