The top teams in the MAC East duke it out for a chance to compete for the conference championship in Detroit.
The RedHawks continue to control their own destiny for the MAC Championship Game after handling the Falcons.
Bowl eligibility is in play for the RedHawks, which search for their third consecutive victory in the series vs. Bowling Green.
The RedHawks produce four takeaways in the win to revert to .500 and maintain control of their MAC East destiny.
Two 4-5 MAC East squads aim to revert to .500 in pursuit of the Bowl Season.
The Battle of the Bricks brought out great performances on both sides
Jack Sorenson finishes with 286 receiving yards, but it is not enough for Miami to climb out of 28-0 hole.
Brett Gabbert returns to the lineup and leads RedHawks to 3-1 record in MAC play.
The Red Bird Rivalry resumes after a stunning upset in hindsight from 2020.
EMU shuts down a Miami offense with some timely stops, eeking out a one-point win in the process.
This battle is for the birds.
Miami extended their winning streak over CMU to five games in a contest that wasn’t particularly in doubt. So what did we learn?
For the first time since a trophy was on the line in 2019, the RedHawks and Chippewas meet on the gridiron.
2021 Mid-American Conference Football Week 5 Game Preview: Miami RedHawks at Central Michigan Chippewas
The last time these two teams met, it was for all the hardware in Detroit. Saturday’s game has less stakes, but will still be vital for both sides to get right.
The RedHawks allow two 70+ yard runs to Army QB Christian Anderson in defeat.
The RedHawks outscore the Gophers 23-10 in the second half, but it is not enough for victory.
Ryan Burns of Minnesota’s 247Sports site talks Saturday’s matchup against Miami (OH).
RedHawks aim for their first win against a Gophers team operating without Mohamed Ibrahim.
The RedHawks struggle on both ends as the #8 Bearcats snatch the Victory Bell for the 15th straight meeting.
Cincinnati is aiming to secure its spot in the top 10 and make it 15 consecutive wins over Miami (OH).
The RedHawks are focused on ending the 14-game skid vs. their rival, but that requires downing a Top 10 team.
In order to return to Detroit, Miami will demand a less forgiving pass defense in 2021.
Ryan McWood and Ivan Pace are names to watch on a team that wreaked havoc in backfields last season.