OXFORD, Ohio - Miami University's 2013 home football schedule includes a September home opener against Cincinnati, Homecoming and Family Weekend games in October, and a pair of nationally televised night games in November, Director of Athletics David Sayler announced today (Mar. 1).

In addition to hosting UC in a White-Out clash on Sept. 21, Miami will host Central Michigan for the popular Family Weekend game on Oct. 5 and Akron on Oct. 19 for its traditional Homecoming Game, which will be a Red-Out. Bowling Green on Nov. 5 and Buffalo on Nov. 19 are both nationally televised mid-week games at Yager Stadium.

The RedHawks' road schedule includes games at Marshall (Aug. 31), at Kentucky (Sept. 7), at Illinois (Sept. 28), at Massachusetts (Oct. 12), at Ohio (Oct. 26), at Kent State (Nov. 13) and at Ball State (Nov. 29).

The Mid-American Conference Championship game will be played at Detroit's Ford Field on Friday, Dec. 6.

"I am excited about our 2013 football schedule, especially our annual rivalry game with Cincinnati for the Battle of The Bell," said Miami Head Coach Don Treadwell.  "We are also looking forward to our nationally televised mid-week   games against our MAC opponents which will provide an opportunity to showcase the University, our football program and the conference as well. The team is also excited to display our talents away from home against BCS foes Illinois and Kentucky."

Season tickets for Miami University's 2013 home football games are now available for purchase and renewal at the Athletic Ticket Office inside Millett Hall and online at www.MURedHawks.com. Call to purchase your season tickets today at 513-529-HAWK (4295). You can also contribute to the Red & White Club online or via phone and help support Miami Athletics' annual scholarship needs.

Among the most significant benefits for fans purchasing early is the ability to spread out the cost of the tickets over several months. Miami's Faculty/Staff can use payroll deduction over a three-month period to do so, while the general public has the ability to distribute credit card payment over five months.

Coach Don Treadwell's team returns 48 of its 73 letter winners from 2012, including veteran quarterback Austin Boucher,  record-breaking receivers Nick Harwell and Dawan Scott, First-Team All-MAC cornerback Dayonne Nunley, last year's Defensive Player of the Year, Chris Wade, top defensive linemen Austin Brown and Wes Williams, and up-and-coming placekicker Kaleb Patterson. Add in a huge group of promising rising sophomores plus 22 highly regarded recruits, and you can see why excitement abounds over at Yager.

For online information about RedHawk tickets and ticketing options, click here, or call Miami Athletic Ticket Office personnel at (513) 529-HAWK (4295).


Miami's 2013 Football Schedule  (kickoff times TBA)

Aug. 31 (Sat.)     at Marshall

Sept. 7 (Sat.)      at Kentucky

Sept. 21 (Sat.)    CINCINNATI (White-Out)

Sept. 28 (Sat.)    at Illinois

Oct. 5 (Sat.)        CENTRAL MICHIGAN (Family Weekend)

Oct. 12 (Sat.)      at UMass

Oct. 19 (Sat.)      AKRON (Homecoming, Red-Out)

Oct. 26 (Sat.)      at Ohio

Nov. 5 (Tue.)      BOWLING GREEN (8 p.m. ET, ESPN2/ESPNU)

Nov. 13 (Wed.)   at Kent State (ESPN2/ESPNU)

Nov. 19 (Tue.)   BUFFALO (ESPN2/ESPNU)

Nov. 29 (Fri.)      at Ball State (ESPNU/ESPN3)

Dec. 6 (Fri.)         Mid-American Conference Championship (Detroit) (8 p.m. ET, ESPN2)


To see the entire 2013 MAC football schedule, click the attached pdf file.