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Dysert to start for Miami against Flashes on Saturday

By admin Published: September 23, 2009

Kent State won't be the only team to start a freshman quarterback on Saturday night.  Miami head coach Mike Haywood announced that Zac Dysert will make the start at Dix Stadium against Spencer Keith and the Golden Flashes.  In relief duty last weekend in a 26-48 loss at Western Michigan, Dysert directed two straight touchdowns in the second half.  Miami's offense had been struggling under QB Daniel Raudabaugh, going ten quarters without scoring any points to start the season.  Dysert, an Ada native, ranks second in Ohio High School history with 11, 174 yards in Ada's pass happy offense. 

With Keith playing well in his limited action, and Giorgio Morgan's ankle injury continuing to linger, the Flashes could have a muddled quarterback situation writes the Record Courier's David Carducci.

“Depending on how Spencer is playing, Giorgio is going to have to come back and compete to even get on the field,” said Martin. “Right now, I’m planning on Spencer being the starting quarterback this week until I see something different. The great news about that is we will have two guys who will be competing against each other very hard. That will make both of them better and make us better as a team.

Steve Hare from the Kent Sports Report wrote a great article about Keith and his experience playing at Pulaski Academy and how that got him ready for playing college football.  Hare talked with Keith's high school coach Kevin Kelley throughout the article.
"He's always been an extremely intelligent kid and an extremely good athlete. Both those things you like in a quarterback," Kelley said. "And he's a leader by example. He really commands the respect of other players without saying anything because everybody saw how hard he works and how much he puts into it; how much he wants to succeed."

Elton Alexander from The PD is also talking about the most popular position on the football field in his  MAC Insider. 

College football teams across the country are trying to fight back against H1N1, or "swine flu", Alexander writes. 

Doug Martin has always been good for an interesting quote when talking to the media.  The Daily Kent Stater takes a look at their top five over the last couple of seasons. 

The Kent Stater profiles KSU volleyball player Arjola Prenga.

Junior Caroline Suitch and freshman Kirstin Willders are the backbone of the Golden Flashes' field hockey defense.  The two goalies' path to Kent State differ greatly.

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