West Virginia takes lead

CINCINNATI -- The fifth-ranked Bearcats will have to do something that they're not used to doing: Play from behind.

Cincinnati has led throughout just about every game this year, but now it trails West Virginia 14-7. The reason is that the Bearcats haven't been as sharp they've been most of the season. There was the lost fumble that turned into a touchdown, a dropped touchdown pass (by Adrien Robinson, who also lost the fumble), a missed field goal and some broken tackles on defense.

Brian Kelly showed his frustration by yelling at one of his assistant coaches on the sidelines.