Sports - Football
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
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.
Chuck Martin hires six assistant coaches
Miami University head football coach Chuck Martin has hired six assistants to join his coaching staff.
Chuck Martin hires three assistants
Miami University head football coach Chuck Martin has hired George Barnett, Eric Koehler and Pat Walsh as assistants.
- Campus activities continue during city-wide power outage
- Harry T. Wilks dies at 89
- College of Creative Arts holds forums for dean candidates
- Knights in Shining Armor ride to town weekend
- MU advances in MAC tourney
- Peace Corps makes MU cradle of service
- Greek life dances the night away in philanthropic POTH event
- On her grind: MU senior to present comedy sketch
- Engineering students chime in with new electronic music system for Pulley Tower
- Police Beat (03/11/14)
- MU welcomes renowned writer, reporter to faculty
- Going for gold: Student trains for 2016 Olympics
- Project Green Room calls for plans to reduce U.S. deficit, offers $500
- Concerns raised over $20 IFC registration fee
- Alcohol truths: Breaking bottles, myths
- Letter to the Editor | Kosher food availability important to community
- Editorial | TMS editorial pages in place to facilitate civic conversation
- Opinion | Satirical take on a current policy crisis: Surrender Ukraine to Putin
- Letter to the Editor | Ag-Gag bills damage our nation’s reputation
- Opinion | Our priorities in rape cases are out of wack: SAK backlog has become a big problem
- Opinion | Liberals as lesser men: Debunking the myths behind the stereotype of men from the left
- Letter to the Editor | Grounds Crews and Snow Removal
- Letter to the Editor | Admins give insight to Greek conflict, resolution
- Editorial | ‘Mother of Fraternities’ slowly slips away: Miami stays quiet
- Opinion | Leading HPV vaccines are not entirely effective, consumers should remain aware
- MU advances in MAC tourney
- ’Hawks split final regular season series
- MU splits doubleheaders
- Enjoying the outdoors through other sports
- ’Hawks fall to Broncos, end season
- RedHawks host Flashes in MAC first round game
- RedHawks take down Bobcats
- ’Hawks fall to Bobcats in Battle of Bricks
- Golf finishes seventh in Colleton River Collegiate
- 2014 Reds: Big step in which direction?