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"Yeah, I thought the kid carved it up," offensive coordinator Luke Fickell said.
Entering the game, the Bearcats were 2-13 on the season, with a 4-12 record against ranked opponents. And TCU and Louisville were looking pretty good.
That JAMES FRANC 302 PASSes. That JAMES FRANC 101 RECEIVING YARDS. That JAMES FRANC 25 INTERCEPTIONS.
Now the Bearcats are champions, overcoming a two-loss season by winning 31-22 on Saturday night at Thompson-Boling Arena.
"I thought we'd get a lot better," said Bernard, who tossed a career-high 274 yards for an emotional crowd of 60,065 that saw several players lower their helmets on the bench.
Fickell said the entire team would be sore and "very upset" if TCU wins.
Led by Bernard, a 5-foot-11 receiver out of Louisville, and leading rusher Danny Et