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October 5, 1997 | From Associated Press
Virginia Tech has lost to Miami before. But not this Miami. Thanks to a big-play defense and a trick play, Miami of Ohio surprised No. 14 Virginia Tech, 24-17, Saturday at Blacksburg, Va., snapping the Hokies' 11-game regular-season winning streak and their 12-game home winning streak. For Miami (4-1), a 20-point underdog, it was the biggest upset since 1995, when the RedHawks beat Rose Bowl-bound Northwestern in a season when the Wildcats beat Penn State, Michigan and Notre Dame.
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November 24, 2007 | Ben Bolch, Times Staff Writer
Nothing comes easy against Miami of Ohio. Especially when you give the RedHawks multiple chances at the end of a game. USC pulled out a 57-53 victory over Miami on Friday night at the Anaheim Convention Center, but only after the Trojans twice gave the RedHawks an opportunity to tie or take the lead in the final two minutes of their Anaheim Classic semifinal.
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SPORTS
October 5, 1997
It's the best of times and the worst of times for schools named Miami. Miami (Ohio) is 4-1 after upsetting No. 14 Virginia Tech, 24-17, at Blacksburg, Va. The RedHawks ended the Hokies' 11-game regular season winning streak and 12-game home winning streak. Meanwhile, the University of Miami, a four-time national champion, dropped to 1-4 after a 47-0 thrashing by Florida State. The Hurricanes have lost four in a row for the first time since 1977.
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June 23, 2000 | MARC BALLON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Irvine Sensors Corp. announced a top-level shake-up Thursday, part of the company's ambitious move to develop and market high-tech gadgetry that it developed through years of research for the military. Chief Executive James Evert, who became head of the company three years ago when it was racking up some of its biggest losses, has resigned to become chairman and CEO of RedHawk Vision Inc., the Costa Mesa company's newest subsidiary.
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November 24, 2007 | Ben Bolch, Times Staff Writer
Nothing comes easy against Miami of Ohio. Especially when you give the RedHawks multiple chances at the end of a game. USC pulled out a 57-53 victory over Miami on Friday night at the Anaheim Convention Center, but only after the Trojans twice gave the RedHawks an opportunity to tie or take the lead in the final two minutes of their Anaheim Classic semifinal.
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June 23, 2000 | MARC BALLON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Irvine Sensors Corp. announced a top-level shake-up Thursday, part of the company's ambitious move to develop and market high-tech gadgetry that it developed through years of research for the military. Chief Executive James Evert, who became head of the company three years ago when it was racking up some of its biggest losses, has resigned to become chairman and CEO of RedHawk Vision Inc., the Costa Mesa company's newest subsidiary.
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December 13, 2001 | Paul Gutierrez
Sunday vs. Miami of Ohio (2-4), 3 p.m.-The Trojans (5-2) and RedHawks have never met. Miami, which will play in the Hawaii Outrigger Rainbow Classic after facing USC, has wins over George Mason and Wright State and losses to UNC Wilmington, Xavier, Evansville and Notre Dame.
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August 29, 2004 | Associated Press
Josh Betts passed for three touchdowns and ran for a score Saturday night to lead Miami of Ohio to a 49-0 rout of Division I-AA Indiana State. Betts, making his first start as the replacement for first-round NFL draft choice Ben Roethlisberger, led the RedHawks to six touchdowns in the seven possessions he played. He completed 17 of 27 passes to help Miami win its 14th consecutive game, the longest streak in Division I-A. Miami will have a tough time extending its streak to 15.
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March 17, 2007 | David Wharton, Times Staff Writer
For almost a month, Oregon has been blowing past opponents, running up big wins with quickness and outside shooting. That wasn't going to be the case against Miami of Ohio on Friday. Matched against a methodical, defense-minded opponent, the Ducks had to scratch their way to a 58-56 victory in a Midwest Regional first-round game at Spokane Arena. "It just became a game we had to grind out and finish at the end," Oregon Coach Ernie Kent said. "They're a tough basketball team."
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January 2, 2009 | Associated Press
at Seattle 49, Loyola Marymount 39: Chris Gweth scored 12 points as the Redhawks (8-5) played their first home game as a Division I school, against a Division I school, since dropping from that level in 1980. The Lions (0-15) remained one of only six winless teams in the country and their losing streak reached 23. -- TONIGHT MEN UC Santa Barbara at Long Beach State: 7 p.m. Pacific at Cal State Northridge: 7 p.m. Cal Poly SLO at UC Riverside: 7 p.m. WOMEN Oregon State at UCLA: 7 p.m. Oregon at USC: 7 p.m.
SPORTS
October 5, 1997
It's the best of times and the worst of times for schools named Miami. Miami (Ohio) is 4-1 after upsetting No. 14 Virginia Tech, 24-17, at Blacksburg, Va. The RedHawks ended the Hokies' 11-game regular season winning streak and 12-game home winning streak. Meanwhile, the University of Miami, a four-time national champion, dropped to 1-4 after a 47-0 thrashing by Florida State. The Hurricanes have lost four in a row for the first time since 1977.
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October 5, 1997 | From Associated Press
Virginia Tech has lost to Miami before. But not this Miami. Thanks to a big-play defense and a trick play, Miami of Ohio surprised No. 14 Virginia Tech, 24-17, Saturday at Blacksburg, Va., snapping the Hokies' 11-game regular-season winning streak and their 12-game home winning streak. For Miami (4-1), a 20-point underdog, it was the biggest upset since 1995, when the RedHawks beat Rose Bowl-bound Northwestern in a season when the Wildcats beat Penn State, Michigan and Notre Dame.
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January 20, 2010
at Seattle 74, Cal State Northridge 64: Chris Gweth scored eight of his 12 points during a 20-8 second-half run to give the Redhawks (9-11) the lead for good. The Matadors closed within 52-51 on Vinnie McGhee's three-pointer with 7:52 to play but couldn't reclaim the lead. Kenny Daniels led Northridge (7-11) with 21 points. -- Associated Press
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November 13, 2008 | David Wharton
vs. Miami (Ohio), 8, Pauley Pavilion, ESPNU -- Miami defeated Weber State, 70-66, Wednesday afternoon at Pauley in the first game of the Los Angeles regional of the 2K Sports Classic. The RedHawks won in the final seconds when guard Kenny Hayes made a three-point shot and was fouled. Hayes led his team with 24 points and was seven for seven from the three-point line. Forwards Michael Bramos and Tyler Dierkers had 13 each. Miami has four senior starters back from a team that went 17-16 last season, 9-7 in the Mid-American Conference.
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