Miami RedHawks football

Miami RedHawks football
Miami RedHawks football
Current season
Miami RedHawks.svg
First season 1888
Athletic director Brad Bates
Head coach Don Treadwell
Home stadium Yager Stadium
Stadium capacity 24,386
Stadium surface FieldTurf
Location Oxford, Ohio
Conference MAC East
All-time record 661–399–44 (.619)
Postseason bowl record 7–3
Conference titles 22
Heisman winners 0
Current uniform
Colors Red and White            
Fight song Miami March Song
Mascot Swoop
Marching band Miami University Marching Band
Website Miami University Redhawks Website

The Miami University RedHawks, known as the Miami Redskins before 1996, are a NCAA Division I FBS college football program that competes in the Mid-American Conference. The program is best known for producing several high-profile head coaches, earning the title "Cradle of Coaches."


Current Coaching Staff

Name Position
Don Treadwell Head Coach
John Klacik Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach
Pete Rekstis Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Coach
Zak Willis Recruiting Coordinator/Special Teams Coordinator
Charlie Fisher Quarterbacks Coach/Wide Receivers Coach
Deland McCullough Running Backs Coach
Jay Peterson Linebackers Coach
Nick Siatras Defensive Line Coach


  • Yager Stadium

Cradle of Coaches

Name Position at Miami Head Coach At
Earl Blaik Assistant Coach United States Military Academy
Ara Parseghian Head Coach University of Notre Dame
John Pont Head Coach Indiana University
Woody Hayes Head Coach Ohio State University
Bo Schembechler Head Coach University of Michigan
Bill Mallory Head Coach Indiana University
Randy Walker Head Coach Northwestern University
Jim Tressel Assistant Coach Ohio State University
Terry Hoeppner Head Coach Indiana University
Kevin Wilson Head Coach Indiana University

All-time win-loss-tie record

  • 651–395–44 (.617)

Conference football champions

1916, 1917, 1918, 1921
  • Buckeye Conference (3)
1932, 1933, 1936
1948, 1950, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1965, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1986, 2003, 2010

Bowl games

The RedHawks are 7–3 all time in Bowl Games.

Trophy games

College Football Hall of Fame inductees


  • Bob Babich


George Little while at Miami

Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees

Current NFL players

Other famous coaches and players

External links


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