Cincinnati’s streak and Miami’s wait will continue for at least another year.
For the 14th consecutive season, the Bearcats (2-1) beat the rival RedHawks (1-2) in the Battle for the Victory Bell.
Miami hung around for the first half at Nippert Stadium Saturday, but the Bearcats broke the contest wide open with second-half points, winning 35-13.
“We just got blown out by a team that, at the end of the day, we can definitely hang with and definitely win against,” freshman quarterback Brett Gabbert said. “The bus ride won’t be fun. We’ve lost the Battle of the Bell 14 times in a row, which is unacceptable.