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No.5 Cincinnati Makes Great Comeback to remain Perfect

By Kristofor Molson     Dec 5, 2009 in Sports
Cincinnati quarterback Tony Pike throws a game winning touchdown pass to Armon Binns with 33 seconds left to keep their national title hopes alive.
The Cincinnati Bearcats headed to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to take on the Pittsburgh Panthers at Heinz field. This game could be considered for one of the greatest games ever as both teams gave it their all and kept this game close till the end.
Pittsburgh was running on all cylinders as running back Dion Lewis rushed 47 times for 194 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Bearcat's defense had a terrible time trying to stop Lewis in the snow as he rushed 5 yards for the go ahead touchdown with a 1:36 seconds left in the game.
Tony Pike used his two wide receivers Mardy Gilyard and Armon Binns to march his team down the field with pass after pass and with 33 seconds left in the game he threw a 29 yard pass to Armon Binns. The Bearcats then took the lead with the extra point kicked by Jake Rogers and the Cincinnati defense took care f the rest.
With this win the Cincinnati Bearcats stay perfect and win their conference keeping their BCS national title hopes alive with a Texas loss.
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