The Miami (OH) RedHawks are on a roll, and now they’ve chalked up four consecutive wins.
Miami entered Dix Stadium on Saturday having collected three straight victories, including two on the road. And Chuck Martin’s road warriors continued their ways in Kent State’s house, taking down the Golden Flashes in a comfortable 23-3 victory. It was the first time Miami prevented an FBS opponent from scoring a single touchdown since defeating Bowling Green 44-3 in November 2019.
After a slow offensive start, the RedHawks scored 23 unanswered points to secure their third road win of the year at the expense of Kent State, which dropped its first home game in the Kenni Burns era.