Just when it looked like Miami (4-4) was about to go on a multi-game winning streak, the vision faded.
Cincinnati's streak and Miami's wait will continue for at least another year.
After dropping their third straight match to Tennessee on Friday, the RedHawks (3-3) were able to rebound Saturday morning with a clean sweep of Indiana State.
The RedHawks were swept off their home court on Tuesday night after injuries and an inability to swing momentum became their downfall.
Miami head coach Chuck Martin was out of time.
There was plenty of volleyball action to go around as the Miami RedHawks faced University of South Carolina Upstate and Northwestern on Saturday. The RedHawks faced tough schedule to start, with three games coming in the first 24 hours of the season.
In the first half at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday night, Miami football nearly beat the Iowa Hawkeyes at their own game.
The Miami RedHawks showcased why they are the defending three-time Mid-American Conference champions and why they were the preseason favorite to take the conference by storm once again in 2019.