Battle of the Bricks: RedHawks take on the Bobcats

After a three-game skid, Miami football (3-5, 2-2) found redemption in their decisive 24-14 victory at home over the University of Buffalo. Now, in a Tuesday night affair, the ‘Hawks are pitted in a road matchup against in-state conference rivals, Ohio University (6-2, 3-1) in an effort to win consecutive contests for the first time this season.

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RedHawks fall flat in second half, lose at Kent State

In a tale of two halves, an 11-point halftime lead wasn’t enough for Miami — Kent State University came roaring back to beat Miami football 17-14. Despite out-gaining the host’s 335-328 yards, and holding a 19-12 first down advantage, the RedHawks lost for the third straight week.

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Miami stunned by BGSU, fall to 2-4

In a shootout that saw both sides combine for 1,117 total yards, Miami football found itself on the losing end for the second consecutive week in a heartbreaking 37-29 defeat to Bowling Green State University.

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RedHawks bounce back with first MAC win

Marking the beginning of Mid-American Conference play, Miami football (2-2, 1-0 MAC) defeated Central Michigan University (2-2, 0-1 MAC) 31-14 on the road. Gus Ragland had three touchdowns on Saturday afternoon.

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