We now know that the Miami University Redhawks will face the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the St. Petersburg Bowl on Dec. 26.
The Redhawks turned their season around in a big way, coming back from an 0-6 start thanks to QB Gus Ragland, a 2014 Moeller grad.
Ragland was out for the team's first six games with a torn ACL. When he returned mid-October, the team turned around with an unprecedented six straight wins to become the first Football Bowl Subdivision team to start 0-6 and finish 6-6.
The St. Petersburg Bowl is the Redhawks' first bowl appearance in six years. Just three years ago the team went 0-12 and 0-8 in the Mid-American Conference.
This is Mississippi State's seventh bowl appearance in a row.
The Dec. 26 bowl game kicks off at 11 a.m. You can watch it on ESPN.