Posted By RichC on November 14, 2009
It was another “kardiac Ohio” performance.
CINCINNATI (AP)—Far from perfect, No. 5 Cincinnati was good enough to stay unbeaten.
Tony Pike threw two touchdown passes in a cameo appearance Friday night, and the Bearcats overcame a self-destructive first half to beat West Virginia 24-21 for the best start in school history.
Cincinnati (10-0, 6-0 Big East) struggled offensively because of uncharacteristic mistakes—a fumble, a dropped touchdown pass, a missed field goal, and an interception—all in the first half.