No. 11 Miami reached the 60-shot mark for the first time in five years and outshot Ohio State by better than a 3-to-1 margin.
The first 15 minutes of Miami's win over Ohio State were some of the best the RedHawks have played in some time.
Miami's special teams were less than special on opening weekend.
The Buckeyes went to overtime in both of their opening-weekend games vs. Providence and won one and lost one. Both games were in Columbus.
Photos from the series between Bowling Green and Miami. All images by Cathy Lachmann/WCPO.com.
For all of the problems No. 10 Miami had last season, its offense came out buzzing, scoring 12 goals in its opening weekend in 2013-14.
Sean Kuraly put Miami ahead for good in the second period, and he also added the eventual game winner later in the frame.
Miami's six-year string of dominance of Bowling Green came to an end in the teams' season opener.
Miami is 15-0-1 in its last 16 meetings with Bowling Green and has not lost to the Falcons since Jan. 4, 2008.
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