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Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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Martin set to return to Notre Dame

In 2012, Everett Golson, Manti Te'o and Brian Kelly led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to a 12-0 regular season and a berth in the BCS National Championship game in one of the most memorable runs in college football history. Current Miami (2-2, 1-0 MAC) head coach Chuck Martin was a part of that 2012 Irish coaching staff. Saturday, he will return to the South Bend sideline, but this time as a visitor.


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Made-up Mailbag: Week 3

Welcome to the third installment of the Made-Up Mailbag. This week we received an avalanche of mail about the NFL's wacky week three, so I decided to give the people want they want and dedicate the column to those questions.


Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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RedHawks drop MAC openers, remain winless

The Miami University soccer team lost both games on their weekend road trip, falling to 0-9-0 on the season. Friday's 3-1 loss to the University of Toledo, coupled with Sunday's 4-1 defeat at Bowling Green State University dashed hopes of starting Mid-American Conference play with a victory, or two.


Brianna Nixon - The Miami Student
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RedHawks look to bounce back at Central Michigan

The stars appeared to align for the Miami RedHawks (1-2, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) last Saturday night. In front of a packed Yager Stadium, the 'Hawks were playing well, feeding off the nighttime crowd and looked to be on their way to their first win over the University of Cincinnati since 2005. However, after a late interception for a touchdown, the buzzing crowd turned silent as the Bearcats walked away with their 12th straight victory over Miami.


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Made-Up Mailbag: Week 2

Welcome to the second ever installment of the Made-Up Mailbag. In case you missed last week's, this is where I take made-up questions and spin them into the real answers you're looking for.


Angelo Gelfuso - The Miami Student
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Bearcats stun RedHawks late

For nearly 59 minutes Saturday night, it appeared the Miami RedHawks (1-2, MAC 0-0) were going to defeat the Cincinnati Bearcats (2-1, 0-0 AAC) for the first time since 2005. With 1:07 remaining, the more than 20,000 fans inside Yager Stadium saw an interception for a touchdown to give Cincinnati the lead for good.


Ryan Terhune - The Miami Student
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Do it for The Bell: The Miami-UC rivalry

Thousands of fans flocked to Oxford Saturday night for the 122th iteration of the Battle of the Bell, between Miami University and the University of Cincinnati. With a rambunctious, almost-capacity crowd at Yager Stadium, there was no love lost between the opposing teams and fan bases.


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Field Hockey starts MAC play with two wins

Miami field hockey came up big this weekend with two much-needed conference wins against Appalachian State University 6-2 and cross-state rival Ohio University 3-0. MU is now 4-4 overall (2-0 Mid-American Conference) after the successful weekend.


Ryan Terhune - The Miami Student
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Field Hockey's weekend falls short to OSU and IU

Indiana University played host to the Miami field hockey team on Sunday which ended in a second consecutive 3-2 loss for the RedHawks. MU falls to 2-4 overall (0-0 Mid-American Conference) after the weekend, also losing 3-2 to Ohio State University on Friday.


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