2009 Miami RedHawks football team

The 2009 Miami RedHawks football team represented Miami University during the 2010 NCAA Division I FBS football season They competed in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) East Division. The team was coached by Mike Haywood and played their homes game in Yager Stadium. The Redhawks finished the season on November 18 with a record of 1–11 (1–7 MAC).

2009 Miami RedHawks football
Miami Redhawks logo.svg
ConferenceMid-American Conference
DivisionEast
2009 record1–11 (1–7 MAC)
Head coachMichael Haywood (1st season)
Offensive coordinatorPeter Vaas (1st season)
Defensive coordinatorCarl Reese (1st season)
Home stadiumYager Stadium
Seasons
← 2008
2010 →
2009 Mid-American Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
East Division
Ohio xy   7 1         9 5  
Temple x   7 1         9 4  
Bowling Green   6 2         7 6  
Kent State   4 4         5 7  
Buffalo   3 5         5 7  
Akron   2 6         3 9  
Miami   1 7         1 11  
West Division
No. 23 Central Michigan x$   8 0         12 2  
Northern Illinois   5 3         7 6  
Western Michigan   4 4         5 7  
Toledo   3 5         5 7  
Ball State   2 6         2 10  
Eastern Michigan   0 8         0 12  
Championship: Central Michigan 20, Ohio 10
  • $ – Conference champion
  • x – Division champion/co-champions
  • y – Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

Before the seasonEdit

RecruitingEdit

ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
September 512:00 p.m.vs. Kentucky*ESPNUL 0–4241,037[1]
September 128:00 p.m.at No. 11 Boise State*ESPN360L 0–4832,228[2]
September 197:00 p.m.at Western MichiganL 26–4824,372[3]
September 267:00 p.m.at Kent StateL 19–2915,235[4]
October 31:00 p.m.No. 11 Cincinnati*ESPN360L 13–3723,493[5]
October 1012:00 p.m.at Northwestern*L 6–1623,085[6]
October 172:00 p.m.at OhioL 7–2820,188[7]
October 241:00 p.m.Northern Illinois 
  • Yager Stadium
  • Oxford, OH
L 22–279,884[8]
October 313:30 p.m.Toledo
  • Yager Stadium
  • Oxford, OH
ONNW 31–248,757[9]
November 57:30 p.m.at TempleL 32–3413,827[10]
November 126:00 p.m.Bowling Green
  • Yager Stadium
  • Oxford, OH
L 14–358,935[11]
November 186:00 PMBuffalo
  • Yager Stadium
  • Oxford, OH
ESPNUL 17–427,983[12]

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RosterEdit

As of 2009-08-21[14]

Wide Receivers

  • 1 Dustin Woods - Senior
  • 2 Eugene Harris -   Junior
  • 8 Brayden Coombs -   Senior
  • 9 Jamal Rogers - Junior
  • 11 Armand Robinson -   Junior
  • 15 Andrew Cruse -   Freshman
  • 17 Chris Givens - Junior
  • 23 Max Warren - Freshman
  • 23 Kevin Bresnahan -   Sophomore
  • 25 Glenn Miller -   Freshman
  • 80 Aaron Mickens -   Freshman
  • 81 Joe Clarke - Freshman
  • 84 Mitchell Anderson -   Junior
  • 86 Donovan Potter -   Junior
  • 88 Luke Swift - Freshman

Offensive Line

  • 50 Nick Kemper -   Freshman
  • 52 Sean Redwine -   Junior
  • 55 Rhys Newman -   Junior
  • 56 Brandon Brooks -   Sophomore
  • 60 Steve Bray -   Sophomore
  • 61 Andrew Illig -   Freshman
  • 63 Ken Staudinger -   Sophomore
  • 64 Josh Harvey - Freshman
  • 66 Matt Kennedy -   Freshman
  • 67 John Anevski - Freshman
  • 70 Nate Williams -   Junior
  • 71 Andrew Phelan -   Freshman
  • 72 Brad Bednar - Freshman
  • 74 Lee Zamos -   Sophomore
  • 75 Bob Gulley -   Junior
  • 76 Evan Wiley - Freshman
  • 77 Caleb Day - Freshman

Tight Ends

  • 21 Jordan Stevens -   Junior
  • 80 Danny Day -   Freshman
  • 81 Brett Hoffman - Sophomore
  • 82 Kendrick Bruton -   Sophomore
  • 83 Trevor Behmke -   Freshman
  • 83 Brian Slack - Freshman
  • 87 Steve Marck - Freshman
  • 89 Rob Reiland -   Sophomore
 

Quarterbacks

  • 4 Zac Dysert -   Freshman
  • 12 Dan Raudabaugh - Senior
  • 13 Clay Belton -   Sophomore
  • 15 Drew Jackson - Freshman
  • 16 Austin Boucher - Freshman
  • 18 Mike Scherpenberg -   Junior

Running Backs

  • 10 Andre Bratton -   Senior
  • 20 Quincy Landingham -   Sophomore
  • 24 Roman Lawson - Freshman
  • 34 Thomas Merriweather - Junior
  • 38 J.R. Taylor - Sophomore

Fullbacks

  • 33 Sascha Miller -   Freshman
  • 46 Justin Semmes - Freshman

Defensive Line

  • 57 Wes Williams - Freshman
  • 58 Brian Lane -   Sophomore
  • 68 Andrew Muller - Freshman
  • 69 William Diaz -   Freshman
  • 73 Jason Semmes -   Sophomore
  • 78 Anthony Shoemaker - Freshman
  • 79 Jordain Brown -   Sophomore
  • 85 Morris Council - Sophomore
  • 90 Austin Brown - Freshman
  • 91 Joseph Williams - Freshman
  • 93 Martin Channels - Senior
  • 94 Mike Johns -   Freshman
  • 95 D.J. Svabik -   Junior
  • 96 Evan Klepec -   Freshman
  • 97 Matt Kajmowicz -   Sophomore
  • 98 Mark Paun - Senior
 

Linebackers

  • 5 Luke Kelly -   Sophomore
  • 5 Ryan Kennedy - Sophomore
  • 9 Ishmael White - Freshman
  • 14 David Davis - Junior
  • 30 Evan Harris - Freshman
  • 31 DeAndre Gilmore - Junior
  • 32 Jaytee Swanson -   Freshman
  • 43 Jerrell Wedge -   Sophomore
  • 44 Caleb Bostic - Senior
  • 45 C.J. Marck -   Sophomore
  • 47 Chris Rutledge -   Freshman
  • 48 Chris Wade - Freshman
  • 49 Erik Finklea - Freshman
  • 51 Austin Moore - Freshman
  • 53 Alex Kaufman -   Sophomore
  • 59 Scott Madsen -   Sophomore
  • 65 Collin Boucher - Freshman

Defensive Backs

  • 3 Jeff Thompson - Senior
  • 6 D.J. Brown -   Freshman
  • 18 Anthony Kokal -   Sophomore
  • 22 Jordan Gafford -   Junior
  • 23 Ben Bennett -   Junior
  • 24 Brandon Stephens -   Junior
  • 25 Cornelius Ward -   Sophomore
  • 26 Wendell Brunson - Senior
  • 27 Peris Edwards -   Junior
  • 29 Justin Bowers - Freshman
  • 33 Jonathan Wells -   Sophomore
  • 35 Jordan Padgett - Freshman
  • 37 Pat Hinkel - Freshman
  • 47 Kasey Wendal -   Sophomore

Punters

  • 92 Chris DiCesare - Senior
  • 93 Zach Murphy - Freshman

Kickers

  • 19 Trevor Cook - Junior
  • 39 Seth Philip -   Junior
  • 45 Jim Broadway -   Freshman

Long Snapper

  • 54 Chase Collins - Senior
  • 62 Mike Rummler -   Junior

Other Players

  • 28 Danny Green -   Freshman
† Starter at position     * Injured; will not play in 2009.

Coaching staffEdit

Name Position Year at school
Michael Haywood Head Coach 1st
Cedric Cormier Wide Receivers Coach 1st
Bill Elias Assistant Head Coach
Recruiting Coordinator
Linebackers Coach
1st
Lance Guidry Defensive Backs Coach 1st
Bill Mottola Offensive Line Coach 1st
Carl Reese Defensive Coordinator
Linebackers Coach
1st
Antoine Smith Defensive Line Coach 1st
Peter Vaas Offensive Coordinator
Tight Ends Coach
1st
KiJuan Ware Running Backs Coach 1st
Morris Watts Quarterbacks Coach 1st

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Game summariesEdit

KentuckyEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Wildcats 0 21 14 7 42
RedHawks 0 0 0 0 0

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

2nd Quarter

  • 11:28 UK Cobb 27-yard pass from Hartline (Seiber kick) 7-0 UK
  • 06:50 UK Locke 16-yard run (Seiber kick) 14-0 UK
  • 01:55 UK Matthews 21-yard pass from Hartline (Seiber kick) 21-0 UK

3rd Quarter

  • 11:30 UK Cobb 11-yard run (Seiber kick) 28-0 UK
  • 07:28 UK Lindley 25-yard interception return (Seiber kick) 35-0 UK

4th Quarter

  • 13:58 UK Allen 9-yard run (Seiber kick) 42-0 UK

Boise StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
RedHawks 0 0 0 0 0
#11 Broncos 14 6 14 14 48

1st Quarter

  • 07:16 BSU- Austin Pettis 17 Yd Pass From Kellen Moore (Kyle Brotzman Kick) 0-7
  • 01:17 BSU- Tyler Shoemaker 15 Yd Pass From Kellen Moore (Kyle Brotzman Kick) 0-14

2nd Quarter

  • 00:08 BSU- Titus Young 25 Yd Pass From Kellen Moore (Pat Failed) 0-20

3rd Quarter

  • 07:09 BSU- D.J. Harper 3 Yd Run (Kyle Brotzman Kick) 0-27
  • 02:11 BSU- Titus Young 54 Yd Pass From Kellen Moore (Kyle Brotzman Kick) 0-34

4th Quarter

  • 09:46 BSU- Doug Martin 4 Yd Run (Kyle Brotzman Kick) 0-41
  • 01:56 BSU- Doug Martin 2 Yd Run (Jimmy Pavel Kick) 0-48

Western MichiganEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
RedHawks 0 0 12 14 26
Broncos 14 14 20 0 48

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

  • 14:53 WMU Berry 24-yard fumble recovery (Potter kick) 0-7 WMU
  • 09:29 WMU Nunez 10-yard pass from Hiller (Potter kick) 0-14 WMU

2nd Quarter

  • 13:53 WMU Hammond 1-yard pass from Hiller (Potter kick) 0-21 WMU
  • 02:07 WMU Nunez 16-yard pass from Hiller (Potter kick) 0-28 WMU

3rd Quarter

  • 09:37 WMU West 1-yard run (Potter kick) 0-35 WMU
  • 07:09 MIAMI Harris 14-yard pass from Raudabaugh (Cook kick blocked) 6-35 WMU
  • 04:36 WMU West 7-yard pass from Hiller (Potter kick) 6-42 WMU
  • 03:52 WMU Winchester 1-yard run (Potter kick failed) 6-48 WMU
  • 01:06 MIAMI Harris 42-yard pass from Raudabaugh (Green rush failed) 12-48 WMU

4th Quarter

  • 06:46 MIAMI Lawson 2-yard run (Cook kick) 19-48 WMU
  • 00:51 MIAMI Stevens 11-yard pass from Dysert (Cook kick) 26-47 WMU

Kent StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
RedHawks 3 7 6 3 19
Golden Flashes 6 13 7 3 29

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

  • 4:48 MIAMI Cook 28-yard field goal 3-0 MIAMI
  • 4:34 KENT Bowman 92-yard kickoff return (Cortez kick failed) 3-6 KENT

2nd Quarter

  • 13:18 KENT Archer 28-yard run (Cortez kick) 3-13 KENT
  • 7:49 KENT Cortez 37-yard field goal 3-16 KENT
  • 2:35 KENT Cortez 42-yard field goal 3-19 KENT
  • 0:04 MIAMI Rogers 9-yard pass from Dysert (Cook kick) 10-19 KENT

3rd Quarter

  • 5:54 KENT Konz 56-yard pass from Keith (Cortez kick) 10-26 KENT
  • 2:52 MIAMI Merriweather 1-yard run (Dysert pass failed) 16-26 KENT

4th Quarter

  • 1:19 Cortez 34-yard field goal 19-26 KENT

CincinnatiEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
#11 Bearcats 13 10 0 14 37
RedHawks 0 7 6 0 13

NorthwesternEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
RedHawks 0 0 0 6 6
Wildcats 10 0 6 0 16

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

  • 12:20 NU Demos 46-yard field goal 0-3 NU
  • 00:05 NU Kafka 6-yard run (Demos kick) 0-10 NU

3rd Quarter

  • 01:18 NU Kafka 1-yard run (Demos pass intercepted) 0-16 NU

4th Quarter

  • 01:19 MIAMI Cruse 23-yard pass from Dysert (Dysert pass failed) 6-16 NU

OhioEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
RedHawks 7 0 0 0 7
Bobcats 7 14 0 7 28

Northern IllinoisEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Huskies 17 0 0 10 27
RedHawks 0 7 0 15 22

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

  • 8:01 NIU Spann 42-yard run (Salerno kick) 7-0 NIU
  • 5:05 NIU Salerno 44-yard field goal 10-0 NIU
  • 2:42 NIU Ashford 44-yard punt return (Salerno kick) 17-0 NIU

2nd Quarter

  • 0:35 MIAMI Robinson 14-yard pass from Dysert (Cook kick) 17-7 NIU

4th Quarter

  • 12:49 MIAMI Cook 32-yard field goal 17-10 NIU
  • 6:14 NIU Salerno 25-yard field goal 20-10 NIU
  • 1:58 MIAMI Rogers 4-yard pass from Dysert (Cook kick blocked) 20-16 NIU
  • 0:58 NIU Spann 40-yard run (Salerno kick) 27-16 NIU
  • 0:00 MIAMI Robinson 24-yard pass from Dysert 27-22 NIU

ToledoEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Rockets 7 0 17 0 24
RedHawks 7 17 7 0 31

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter

  • 10:55 MIAMI Williams 20-yard interception return (Cook kick) 0-7 MIAMI
  • 0:44 TOLEDO Collins 1-yard run (Steigerwald kick) 7-7

2nd Quarter

  • 13:14 MIAMI Cruse 10-yard pass from Dysert (Cook kick) 7-14 MIAMI
  • 7:04 MIAMI Dysert 3-yard run (Cook kick) 7-21 MIAMI
  • 0:37 MIAMI Cook 55-yard field goal 7-24 MIAMI

3rd Quarter

  • 12:55 TOLEDO Page 14-yard pass from Opelt (Steigerwald kick) 14-24 MIAMI
  • 7:09 TOLEDO Steigerwald 26-yard field goal 17-24 MIAMI
  • 3:47 MIAMI Dysert 23-yard run (Cook kick) 17-31 MIAMI
  • 0:31 TOLEDO Page 15-yard run (Steigerwald kick) 24-31 MIAMI

TempleEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
RedHawks 3 10 0 19 32
Owls 14 7 10 3 34

Bowling GreenEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 7 7 14 7 35
RedHawks 7 7 0 0 14

BuffaloEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Bulls 0 21 7 14 42
RedHawks 0 3 7 7 17


ReferencesEdit

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