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Miami football opens up its season September 3 at No. 20 Kentucky

Coach Martin and RedHawks football gear up for the season

The first think most observers would notice about a RedHawk football practice this fall: the practices feel tense and simmer with energy. Coach Chuck Martin said that is one of the strengths of the 2022 squad. u201c[The players] come to work, they compete, they have energy,u201d he said. 


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RedHawk alumnus Brandon Brooks retires from NFL

Miami University alumnus Brandon Brooks announced his retirement from the NFL on Wednesday. Brooks was drafted by Houston in the 3rd round of the 2012 NFL Draft, and he signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in free agency in 2017. 





Miami football will run out on the turf at Yager Stadium Sept. 10 for the first time this season

RedHawks in the NFL

Six former RedHawk football players currently represent Miami University in the National Football League (NFL). Here’s a list of who they are and how they got there. 



Junior infielder Adriana Barlow gets ahold of a pitch during Wednesday's 15-2 win over Western Kentucky.

Redhawks mercy rule Colonels 15-2

After senior starting pitcher Taylor Rathe tossed a scoreless first frame, the Miami bats went to work. A hit by pitch, error and a walk loaded up the bases with no outs. The cleanup hitter, junior shortstop Adriana Barlow, stepped up to the plate. A quick flick of her wrists shot the ball into right field, where the strong winds carried it over the fence for a grand slam and a 4-0 lead.