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Miami heads to struggling Kent State for Saturday afternoon clash

Miami head coach Chuck Martin met with the media on Monday to discuss the loss to Bowling Green and to preview a matchup at Kent State on Saturday. (Miami Univ Athletics)

OXFORD, Ohio (WKRC) - Miami head coach Chuck Martin met with the media on Monday to discuss the loss to Bowling Green and to preview a matchup at Kent State on Saturday.

The RedHawks are coming off a 37-29 loss to the Falcons, dropping to 2-4 on the season. That also snapped the team's conference winning streak at seven games. The Golden Flashes are just 1-5 this season and have lost four in a row, averaging just 4.75 points in those four contests.

Martin has announced that Billy Bahl will start at QB and not Moeller High School alum Gus Ragland, who suffered a knee injury against Bowling Green.


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