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  • Opinion | Making sense of the Northwestern player union

    What's Going Downey

    The potential of college football players unionizing is a game-changer, but not in the way many think.

  • Zac Murphy signs with Cleveland Gladiators

    Former Miami punter Zac Murphy will be taking his talents to northwest Ohio as he has signed a two-year deal for an undisclosed amount with the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Football League.

  • football Quinten Rollins to play football for RedHawks

    Rollins has spent the last four seasons playing point guard for Miami basketball, but will be playing football for head coach Chuck Martin next season. Rollins will play cornerback for the RedHawks.

  • NFL hopefuls perform at Pro Day

    Miami University held its pro day Wednesday, as several former football players showed off their skills to the few NFL teams in attendance.

  • recruit RedHawk recruit: Martin adds 26 athletes

    Twenty-three high school athletes signed with Miami University Wednesday, marking new head football coach Chuck Martin’s first recruiting class.

  • Manning’s Legacy in limbo after Super Bowl

    Cliff's Notes

    43-8. Not even the Seahawks super fan dressing in the life-sized Hulk get-up saw that coming. 

  • RedHawk recruiting report

    What Going Downey

    Miami University released a list of all 26 recruits it added on National Signing Day, as all football programs do. However, unlike the other schools, head football coach Chuck Martin listed every player at one of two positions: Skill and Power.

  • Miami and Martin add 26 recruits

    Twenty-three high school athletes signed with Miami University Wednesday, marking new head football coach Chuck Martin’s first recruiting class. Martin also added three transfers from the University of Notre Dame.

  • Redhawk player, coaches represent at Super Bowl XLVIII

    Miami University had three former athletes coaching or playing in Super Bowl XLVIII, but only one added the Lombardi Trophy to his résumé.

  • Sherman's march to the plea of humility

    It has been more than a week since Richard Sherman polarized millions of viewers in the wake of an 18-second rant that instantaneously produced headlines, headaches and hatred from just about every corner of the sports world.