The exchange bias of a ferromagnet in contact with a spin glass is evidenced in the sputter deposited (Fe 9.6 at. % Au)/NiFe bilayers. The biasing field decreases as temperature increases, change the sign after reaching a compensation temperature(To), and are reduced to zero at higher temperatures. Furthermore, To decreases with the decreasing FeAu layer thickness. Likewise, the inverse bias decreases with the increasing maximum field of a hysteresis loop. A spin structure model is suggested to explain our data. The results confirm the robust nature of the inverse bias in spin glass/ferromagnetic structure and reveal distinct physics from conventional antiferromagnetic/ferromagnetic systems.