Bearcats corners shut down Indiana’s Ty Fryfogle

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – For the second straight week, the University of Cincinnati football team took a punch in the mouth, stumbled, fell to the canvas, and then got back to its feet and finished the fight.

The No. 8-ranked (Associated Press/Coaches) Bearcats (3-0) rallied from a 14-0 deficit late in the first half to defeat Indiana 38-24 Saturday in front of a sold-out crowd (55,626 fans).

"They're uniquely finding ways (to win), and different than last year," Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell said. "Last year, it was –  I think –  a little bit more of an emotionally fired crew. But this year, it's – right now, so far from what I've seen –  a little bit more of a poised, business-like approach, which is a little bit different. I'm not saying which one is better ... but right now, it's a more mature, positive, poised group."

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