Quick Look: RedHawks - Bearcats

We look at some key numbers for both the Miami RedHawks and Cincinnati Bearcats as the battle for the Victory Bell gets ready to hit the Nippert on The Banks at Paul Brown Stadium on Saturday night.

Miami Ohio will travel to Cincinnati for another battle for the Victory Bell and Bearcat Insider takes a quick look at some of the key numbers from both teams.

The RedHawks under first year head coach Chuck Martin will look to get their first victory of the season after losses to Marshall, Eastern Kentucky and Michigan.

Cincinnati will look to earn their second victory of the season coming off a win over another Mid American Conference program Toledo. The Bearcats enjoyed a strong offensive output by first year quarterback Gunner Kiel but will look to play four quarters of football for Tommy Tuberville and his staff on Saturday night.

Matchup Preview  |  Sept. 20, 2014
Miami (OH) RedHawks
(0-3, 0-1 Away)
Cincinnati Bearcats
(1-0, 1-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
1035Total Offensive Yards584
842Passing Yards436
5Passing TD6
193Rushing Yards148
0Rushing TD2
55First Downs28
15.7Points Per Game58
10Red Zone Attempts7
70Red Zone Percentage100
Defensive Stats Comparison
1172Total Yards Allowed563
643Passing Yards Allowed323
529Rushing Yards Allowed240
93Points Allowed34
31Points Per Game34
11Red Zone Attempts6
91Red Zone Percentage67
Injury Report
Game Notes
Cincinnati has won eight-straight games versus the RedHawks, which is the longest winning streak in the 118-game rivalry. With a new head coach in Chuck Martin, Miami will be looking to earn their first win of the season and take the Victory Bell back to Oxford, Ohio. Last season the Bearcats shutout Miami 14-0 in a game that was scoreless until the fourth quarter when Hosey Williams scored on a one-yard run followed by another one-yard run by quarterback Brendon Kay.

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