Cincinnati's Miliano Hits Two Field Goals, Scores 12
News:Tony Miliano hit both of his field goal attempts from 45 and 27 yards as well as six PATs as Cincinnati beat Duke in the Belk Bowl on Thursday.
Analysis:Tony Miliano, a sophomore, finished his season well with 22 points in his last two games. He had 90 points on the season and was 15-of-20 on field goals with a long of 47 yards. Miliano has 188 points in his two-year career.
News:Tony Miliano hit fourth-quarter field goals of 38 and 42 yards Saturday against Connecticut. He added four PATs.
Analysis:Tony Miliano had been held to three points in his previous two games, but hit double digits for the fifth time against Connecticut. He is 15-of-20 on field goals this season.
News:Tony Miliano did not attempt a field goal Friday against South Florida, and was 3-of-4 on PATs.
Analysis:Tony Miliano missed his second PAT of the season and is now 41-of-43. Over the last five weeks, he has only attempted six field goals (and made four).
Cincinnati's Miliano Has Field Goal Blocked by Rutgers
News:Tony Miliano converted a 36-yard field goal for the Bearcats' only points Saturday against Rutgers. He had a 34-yarder blocked.
Analysis:Tony Miliano is 13-of-18 on field goals this season. He was held below five points for the first time this season as the Scarlet Knight defense did not give the Bearcat offense much room to breath.
News:Tony Miliano hit field goals of 22 and 23 yards as well as four PATs Saturday against Temple.
Analysis:Tony Miliano is 12-of-16 on field goals this season and scored in double figures for the fourth time this season. He is one of the more reliable kicking options in the Big East.
News:Tony Miliano was perfect on five PAT attempts Saturday against Syracuse. He did not attempt a field goal.
Analysis: This was the first time this season that Tony Miliano has not attempted a field goal. He has scored at least five points in every game this year.
Bearcats' Miliano Makes Four Kicks, Misses Crucial One
News:Tony Miliano was 1-of-2 on field goals on Friday against Louisville. He converted from 47 yards to open the scoring, but missed from 46 yards in the fourth quarter, which would have given Cincinnati the lead.
Analysis:Tony Miliano is now 9-of-12 on field goals on the season. He has scored at least six points in his last five games.
News:Tony Miliano connected on all three of his field goal attempts and added two PATs as the Bearcats were upset by Toledo.
Analysis:Tony Miliano had missed an attempt from between 40 and 49 yards in his previous three games, but hit from 41 and 40 yards against Toledo.
News:Tony Miliano hit all seven of his PATs but missed a 47-yard field goal on Saturday against Fordham.
Analysis:Tony Miliano has scored at least seven points in the last three weeks and has scored 34 points this season. He has missed a field goal in each of the last three weeks.
News:Tony Miliano was named Big East special teams Player of the Week, the USA Today reports.
Analysis:Tony Miliano had ten points, including seven PATs and a 24-yard field goal in the blowout win over Miami (OH). The sophomore is 6-of-8 on field goals this season and both of his misses came from beyond 40 yards.
News: Cincinnati kicker Tony Miliano was a major factor in their 26-23 win at Pittsburgh as he made all six of his placements. Miliano knocked home four field goals (long of 41) and two extra points in Cincinnati's 7th win over the season.
Analysis: After scoring in double figures in three of the first four games, Miliano went three straight games with seven points or less leading up to Saturday.
News: Cincinnati head coach Butch Jones has named walk-on Tony Miliano his starting kicker, with Miliano beating out Wake Forest transfer Shane Popham for the job.
Analysis: Miliano could be a good pickup with the Bearcats facing Austin Peay in the opener. Cincinnati had the best offense in the Big East last season, leading the league in total offense and points per game.
News: It's the final day at Camp Higher Ground for Cincinnati, but head coach Butch Jones still isn't ready to decide on a kicker. Tony Miliano has impressed of late but neither he nor Shane Popham will find out who won the job until early next week.
Analysis: Offensively the Bearcats should put up points, so one of these two could be a solid kicking option most weeks.
News: One of the tasks for Cincinnati in fall camp is to find a replacement for kicker Jacob Rogers, who has graduated. But unfortunately for the Bearcats no one's stepped up just yet, with all four candidates lacking consistency.
Analysis: Wake Forest transfer Shane Popham has the collegiate experience while none of the other three (Tony Miliano, Danny Milligan and A.J. Fleak) have attempted a kick in a college game. Cincinnati's offense should put up points, but kicking issues could leave a few on the field.