Miami players and coaches chalked up their 76-54 Tuesday loss to Northern Kentucky as just one of those nights where nothing seemed to go right.
Especially in the National Basketball Association, most of us commoners are stuck in front of a screen or far away enough to need binoculars to see the field of play. Yet a privileged few get to sit courtside, within an arm’s reach of millionaire athletes. And that is just the problem.
Miami has not announced any postseason plans yet, leaving its season in doubt after being eliminated from the MAC Tournament.
The RedHawks took it right to the Central State Marauders on Wednesday, crushing them 80-45 at Millett Hall.
Miami volleyball clinched its fourth consecutive regular-season MAC Championship Saturday.
Miami is now the sole possessor of first place in the conference, having one more win than Central Michigan.
The hockey RedHawks were swept by North Dakota to begin NCHC play.
Miami University volleyball is back in full swing after a less-than-stellar start to the year.