A Miami University football Twitter account spilled the beans.
Monday night in Buffalo, Miami was the disruptive underdog.
Miami ends its season with an 11-21 (4-14 MAC) record.
On a night that held so much promise for the Miami RedHawks, it seemed like none of the bounces went their way.
Lauren Dickerson never thought she would be in this position.
On a day honoring Miami great Darrell Hedric, the RedHawks turned in a great performance to beat one of the premier teams in the Mid-American Conference.
Little did Hartwig know, the pop he felt was actually a tear.
“I was really excited about the way we played baseball,” Miami head coach Danny Hayden said Sunday.