Posted October 10, 2011 on
Army blew a 14 point second half lead to lose 35-28 to the previously winless Miami (Ohio) RedHawks on the road. Miami quarterback Zac Dysert passed for 342 yards and four touchdowns to lead the comeback. The Black Knights scored on the opening possession of the second half to take a 28-14 lead.
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Army changed its practice routine during the week, trying to stay fresh and avoid another bad day on the road.
Didn't work. The Black Knights couldn't hold onto the ball or a late lead.
Zac Dysert threw three of his four touchdown passes in the second half Saturday, rallying Miami of Ohio to a 35-28 victory on a day dedicated to the school's reputation as a launching...
Zac Dysert threw three of his four touchdown passes in the second half Saturday, rallying Miami of Ohio to a 35-28 victory over Army that got Don Treadwell his first victory on a day honoring the Cradle of Coaches' history.
Dysert, with only two touchdown passes coming in, put the RedHawks (1-4) ahead midway through the fourth quarter with his 20-yard pass to Nick Harwell, completing...
Zac Dysert had a hand in all five touchdowns as Miami scored 21 unanswered points to overcome a 14-point deficit and pick up the first win for Head Coach Don Treadwell as the RedHawks defeated Army, 35-28.