Gabbert was the 2019 MAC Freshman of the Year, and won the MAC title in his first year of play, but struggled with injury afterwards.
It all came together at the end for the RedHawks, who trailed for much of the contest before ambushing the Cardinals late.
A Tuesday night. A rivalry trophy. Bowl eligibility at stake. What more can you ask for?
The RedHawks erased an early ten point deficit en route to their fifth win of the year
The RedHawks quest for bowl eligibility goes through DeKalb, as the NIU Huskies host Miami this Wednesday night
Western Michigan won a game the advanced metrics said they shouldn’t have and both defenses did their parts to keep the offense in it.
Brett Gabbert looks to get Miami’s offense going against an Akron team hoping to snap a 7-game skid.
WMU spoils the return of Brett Gabbert and snaps Miami’s four-year home win streak in hard-fought defensive victory.
The Miami defense is going to get after a one-dimensional Western Michigan squad, while the offense has an opportunity to score some points at home.
Falcons finally find their defensive footing by holding Miami to under 100 yards in both the run and pass departments.
Two bird mascots flock together at Doyt Perry Stadium in a MAC East showdown.
The RedHawks jump to a 17-0 lead and stave off a late Collin Schlee rally, exacting vengeance for last November.
One overtime two-point attempt determined the MAC East race last year. What’s in store this season as the series shifts to Oxford?
The RedHawks and Bulls converge in New York after impressive Week 4 victories.
Graham Nicholson’s last-minute 36-yard field goal pushes RedHawks past Wildcats in Evanston.
Northwestern proved last week that this is a winnable game for Miami. Now the RedHawks must capitalize.
Ben Bryant and the Bearcats finish the contest with 31 unanswered points after RedHawks’ fast start.
The RedHawks aim to snatch the Victory Bell from Cincinnati for the first time in 16 meetings.
The RedHawks suddenly have a lot of questions to answer ahead of a tune-up game against RMU.
RedHawks coach Chuck Martin confirms his All-MAC quarterback will miss time after 4th quarter injury at Kentucky.
Brett Gabbert and the RedHawks look to win their first regular season non-conference game over an FBS opponent since 2011.
Miami retools its secondary with a new defensive coordinator and two likely starters from the transfer portal.
Miami’s front seven experienced as much loss as any MAC position group. How can a healthy Ryan McWood and company reinvigorate the unit?
As an All-MAC QB, a MAC champion, and a bowl MVP, Brett Gabbert is ready to make the MAC his conference in 2022.
Fresh off of a bowl victory, and with Brett Gabbert back under center, Miami enters the season with plenty of confidence and a few opportunities to pull an upset in September
Miami returns four linemen who started all 13 games last season, while ranking in the top quartile in fewest sacks allowed and TFLs allowed.
A former receiver for the RedHawks, McVay won the Super Bowl this past year and has made a name for himself in the pro ranks.
The conference tournament is all set, as Ball State wins the regular season MAC title and will host CMU, Toledo and Ohio in the postseason tourney.
Central Michigan takes a half game lead for the regular season championship into the last weekend. Ball State is lurking and ready to take advantage of any mistakes.