CINCINNATI (AP) - Mike Hartline threw two touchdowns Saturday -
one of them to former quarterback rival Randall Cobb - to lead
Kentucky to a 42-0 victory in Michael Haywood's debut as head coach
at Miami (Ohio).
Kentucky left the bluegrass state to play its opener at Paul
Brown Stadium. Brown played at Miami, coached Ohio State to a
national championship, turned the Cleveland Browns into a pro
football power and founded the Cincinnati Bengals, now run by his
Hartline briefly lost the starting job last season to Cobb, who
has been moved to receiver. Coach Rich Brooks put the offense back
in the hands of a junior who grew up in Canton, Ohio, and has an
older brother who played at Ohio State. Hartline came through,
going 18 of 27 for 222 yards in little more than three quarters.
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