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Sophomore linebacker Ivan Pace Jr. (pictured) led Miami with six tackles. In last year's contest vs. Akron, Pace Jr. tied the single-game NCAA record with six sacks.

Sorenson catches four touchdown passes in win at Akron

With the 38-7 win at Akron, the Miami RedHawks improve to 2-1 and pick up the 700th win in program history, becoming the first Mid-American Conference (MAC) program to reach that mark. Miami’s next game will be at home against the Kent State Golden Flashes on Dec. 5 at noon. The game will be televised on CBS Sports Network.


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AJ Mayer (pictured, with ball) will make his first career start against Buffalo if Brett Gabbert is unable to play.
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Week 2 Preview: Miami faces high-flying Buffalo Bulls

 A ridiculous interception by redshirt senior linebacker Ryan McWood set the RedHawks up with first and goal with mere seconds left on the clock, and redshirt senior running back Zach Kahn punched it in for the game-winning score, finalizing a 38-31 Miami victory over Ball State in Week 1.  Now, the RedHawks look to improve their record to 2-0 against the Buffalo Bulls in what looks like a tricky matchup for the RedHawks.


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FC Cincinnati and another season of ups and downs – mainly downs

 One club holding the all-time records for the worst offense, the worst defense, and the worst goal differential in league history, and not setting all three together in the same season, is unprecedented in top-division soccer.   FC Cincinnati would be the first, and only, team to achieve this feat.  It’s only fitting for a club coming from this city, one where the sporting tradition is one of pain and suffering.  And I cannot wait for next season.


The RedHawks are set to run again on Nov. 21.
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Miami cross country is back in business

The Mid-American Conference men's and women's Cross Country Championships will be held on, Saturday, Nov. 21. The MAC Athletic Directors approved a plan that includes guidelines and recommendations for how to go about this fall's cross country season amidst COVID-19.


Miami football players are just like everyone else- they need to wear masks, too.
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Face masks are necessary sacrifice for Miami football

Every single player and coach for the Miami RedHawks will wear masks on the field this season.  “(Wearing a mask) isn’t fun, but it keeps us safe, and it’s gonna help keep me from getting (COVID) if one of my teammates gets it,” redshirt junior safety Sterling Weatherford said. “And I want to play football, so I’ll do what it takes.” 


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