The win was never in doubt, as the RedHawks ran all over the visiting Hornets for six rushing scores and eight touchdowns overall.
Miami (OH) snaps 16-game skid against crosstown rival by prevailing in overtime period.
Cincinnati has claimed 16-straight Victory Bells. Is this finally the year the RedHawks shock their crosstown Big 12 rival?
Through rain, cold and bailing winds, the RedHawks persevere in a marathon matchup with UMass.
Miami (OH) looks to correct what went wrong in the 305 as it remains on the road in Massachusetts.
Miami is probably going to win this game.
The RedHawks live and die by the boot, and thankfully for them, they return both their major contributors.
The RedHawks return four of five starters to the secondary, including three established safeties.
Two-time All-MAC selection Matt Salopek headlines a RedHawk unit aiming to return to the MAC Championship Game.
Brett Gabbert is back for his fifth season as Miami (OH)’s starting quarterback.
Two key transfers exit, but the RedHawks are loaded with experience on the offensive line in the form of 60 combined starts.
Five MAC teams changed their head coach this offseason. Get to know the new coaches and what they bring to the MAC.
The RedHawks will have their work cut out for them with plenty of Portal losses but they have a few diamonds in the rough coming to Oxford.
Kent State emphatically earns home field advantage for the MAC Tournament, while several MAC programs find themselves looking for their next skipper.
The Broncos swept Ohio in the most impactful series of the week and the rest of the top three maintain the status quo.
Ohio gets the fourth spot back from Western Michigan, and it looks like the conference tournament is headed to Kent, Ohio— for now.
Western Michigan took hold of the fourth spot by a half game this week, while Miami and Central Michigan nearly played two games in one!
A four-way tie this late in the season means no one has breathing room in any series down the stretch. Exciting baseball is on the way in the MAC!
Kent State is back on top and Ohio is hanging around! The stretch run to the MAC Tournament begins now.
Are the top four separating from the pack? It sure looks like it.
The Ohio Bobcats are the big winners of the week as they move into second place in the MAC. Runs were down during an exciting weekend.
Week 6 was a wild one! Runs were scored in bunches and there’s a new leader at the top of the conference.
Kent State’s win streak is up to 13 games, while Ball State scored 40 runs off of Toledo’s pitching and swept the series in what was an intriguing week on the diamond.
Kent State and Toledo sweep their first MAC series of the season, but it’s about who has played who this early.
Ted Kowalczyk’s Rockets handled the Redhawks in the opening round of the MAC tournament behind a big first half.
Peoria, Illinois is the place to be for a non NCAA National Championship is this Saturday with Miami as the favorite.
Bowling Green beat nationally ranked Louisville on Saturday and scored their final run by stealing home!
Central Michigan wins a series against a Big 12 foe, Ball State struggles against a CWS hopeful and Akron opens with a split!
Ball State and Central Michigan need to reload and Kent State returns enough production to return to the top of the MAC baseball world.
The RedHawks were two yards short of a trophy presentation. Here are several takeaways from the thrilling finish in the Bahamas.
Two yards short: Clutch UAB tackle prevents Miami (OH) from winning Bahamas Bowl at the buzzer, 24-20
Back-and-forth Bahamas Bowl comes down to the final play, which unfolds similarly to Super Bowl XXXIV.