Miami football looking to make history

When Miami University hosts Ball State at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016, in Yager Stadium, the RedHawks have a chance to rewrite history.

If they win, in addition to becoming bowl eligible, the team would become the first in college football history to close its season 6-6 after starting 0-6.

Sparked by the play of sophomore quarterback Gus Ragland, the RedHawks are on an impressive streak, and Ragland says he’s not ready for it to end.

"It ends with a MAC championship," said Ragland. "That's been the goal since I committed here. That's been the goal since Coach Martin called me and told me he wanted me to be his first commitment. That's always been the dream, and I think it is very realistic. It is still intact. Right now we just need to take it period by period, day by day and see how good we can be.”

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