Miami (Ohio) Redhawks Football Schedule in 2014
The 2014 college football season is in full swing and the action
so far this season is not for the faint of heart. Upsets and surprises have occurred all over the country and there are sure
to be many more in store. In Oxford, Ohio, the Miami University Redhawks and their fans are in the midst of a tough season,
but the Redhawks have been incredibly competitive in all of their games. Despite only winning one game so far this season,
their offense has been brilliant, ranking as the 22nd team in all of college football in passing, with senior Redhawks quarterback
Andrew Hendrix enjoying an incredible season so far. There is a lot of football left to play this season and the Redhawks
are working hard to turn this season around under first year head coach Chuck Martin.
Looking ahead at the remainder
of the Redhawks schedule in 2014, the November 1 matchup with the Western Michigan Broncos at Yager Stadium definitely stands
out. The Broncos have an impressive offense that is in the Top 50 in all of college football in passing, rushing and points
scored. The Broncos are led by quarterback Zach Terrell and true freshman phenomena running back Jarvion Franklin, who already
has an amazing 15 rushing touchdowns this season, and the Broncos will be a force to be reckoned with. The Redhawks know that
they will have their hands full with Franklin and company, but they are confident that they are one huge win from righting
their ship. Redhawks fans will definitely not want to miss this exciting match up.
The very last home game of the season
for the Redhawks comes on November 25 when the Ohio Bobcats come to Oxford to take on their in state rivals at Yager Stadium.
Known as the Battle of the Bricks, the Redhawks-Bobcats rivalry in huge in the state of Ohio, with the two teams having met
90 times since 1908. These Mid-American Conference foes always fight each other hard and the fans of both sides pack the stands,
no matter where the clash is being held. This year, the Battle of the Bricks takes place at Yager Stadium in Oxford, Ohio
and college football fans better be ready for a dog fight because their records don't matter when these two teams square off.
Miami (Ohio) Redhawks Football Conference
The Mid-American Conference, known as the MAC, was formed in 1946,
comprised of teams from the Great Lakes region of the country. Though the roster of schools has changed over the years, the
quality of the programs has never wavered. The MAC has earned the respect of college football pundits and fans alike in recent
years, as many of its teams have played very well on the major stage of big time bowl games. 2012 was a banner year for the
Mid-American Conference, with a conference record 7 teams earning bowl game berths. The major story from the MAC in 2012
was the Northern Illinois Huskies, who earned the MAC's first ever BCS bowl game berth after a 12-1 record and #15 ranking.
In 2014, you'll want to keep your attention on one of the hottest college football conferences in the country, as the teams
in the MAC are getting quite comfortable with their new place on the national college football landscape.
(Ohio) Redhawks Football Team
For a small university in a quaint college town in Southwestern Ohio, Miami University
has enjoyed an incredible amount of success in it's football program's history. Since the program was founded in Oxford, Ohio
in 1888, the Miami Redhawks have won 22 conference titles and 6 division titles. The program has been so influential on the
college football landscape, in fact, that it has been nicknamed the "Cradle of Coaches" because of the caliber of coaches
that the Miami Redhawks program has produced. Names like Bo Schembechler, who went on to glory at the University of Michigan,
Sean Payton, who won a Super Bowl title with the New Orleans Saints in the NFL, John Harbaugh. Super Bowl winning coach of
the Baltimore Ravens, Jim Tressel of Ohio State,Ara Parseghian, beloved coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, John Pont,
the legendary coach of Indiana University and Earl Blaik, who led the Army Black Knights to three consecutive National Championships
in the 1940's, all have their coaching roots in Oxford, Ohio. Many great NFL players have also donned the red and white, especially
two time Super Bowl Champion quarterback Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers. In 2014, the Redhawks are still working
on putting all of the pieces together, but with the talent of their strong armed quarterback Andrew Hendrix and talented wide
receiver David Frazier, don't count the Redhawks out.
Miami (Ohio) Redhawks Football Fan Experience
1888, the Miami University Redhawks have been thrilling the students, alumni and Oxford, Ohio community and the program is
woven into the very fabric of the region. The team has played their home games at Yager Stadium since it opened in 1983, and
game day at the beloved venue is not to be missed. Fans clad head to toe in red and white pack the stadium and parking lots
before games with unparalleled game day festivities including tailgating and playing interactive games with fellow fans. Yager
Stadium is known as a tough place for visiting foes to play, a fact that Redhawks fans take pride in as they cheer their team
on. College football has never been more exciting, and the Redhawks will be needing their fans to come to Yager Stadium with
their A game because they might just be the difference between a win and a loss. Get your Miami Redhawks tickets today and
cheer your team on to victory.
Miami (Ohio) Redhawks Football Trivia
How many Mid-American Conference
championships have the Miami Redhawks won since they joined in 1947?
The Redhawks have won the MAC 15 times in their
history, including the most recent conference championship in 2010.