Miami heads to struggling Kent State for Saturday afternoon clash
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.