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  • FUN TRIVIA

  • FIRE CHUCK MARTIN!


    Did Chuck Martin read “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu?
    Probably not.......no white flag surrender chapter.......

    “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” -Sun Tzu
    Blackbird
  • FIRE CHUCK MARTIN!

    We looked competitive in 1st half and there is some hope, but other coaches in the MAC/MWC/AAC/CUSA/SunBelt can win OOC. Chuck and his staff cannot. This a coaching problem and the culture at Miami needs a drastic fix.
    0-6 against the biggest game on your schedule each year!
    If no bowl game this year, then Chuck cannot stay.
    No more excuses Chuck.....
    redhawk11DICK
  • "Bell"weather Game

    Today Friday 13th (Unlucky)
    13 straight losing seasons (Unlucky)
    Is this a sign?
    4 seasons of 1 score games that have haunted us. (Unlucky)

    Last win: 2005: Miami at Yager 44–16 win
    It is time for a change in this trend.

    As Dominque Robinson was quoted in Dayton Daily News:
    “We plan to bring the Victory Bell back. Every year, it’s been close. It’s come down to the final moments, and we just let it go. We’re focusing on finishing. The key is to finish.”

    Best of luck to you Dominque and the team tomorrow vs UC.
    We all wish you the best!
    Bring back the BELL!
    agcBash_RiprockRenmancoCMHskins
  • ONTO THE GAME THAT MATTERS

    Miami used to be a job that coaches used to catapult themselves into nationally known coaches. When was the last time we could say that? Randy Walker. Hoeppner was decent but nothing special 
    I wonder if there were other factors at play that kept Hoeppner from completing a turnaround at IU and becoming "nationally known."  Like, I dunno, maybe he got brain cancer and died before his work was done? 



    having attended from 99-2003, what I felt about Hoeppner's teams was a strong sense of competence.  I felt they could win every game.  That they didn't was not, that I could recall, a reflection of a team that didn't always leave it on the field.  Other teams would beat Miami.  Rarely would Miami beat itself. 
    imo, that kind of coaching competence is much more than decent.  I think he would have done good work at Indiana.  He had already started it -- Indiana was becoming a tough out. 



    Coach Hep was an awesome coach - great as an assistant and as a head coach.
    He made us work hard, but also he was an overall constructively positive coach.
    We learned from mistakes as a team. He helped rebuild Miami with Walker.
    Love and Honor!
    Cincykid3DICK