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 KENT, Ohio (AP) - Miami University coach Charlie Coles will miss a second game Tuesday because of illness.
The 66-year-old coach, who has a history of heart problems, remained behind in Oxford to get precautionary tests, spokeswoman Angie Renninger said. Associate head coach Jermaine Henderson was to fill in at Tuesday night's game against Kent State.
Coles also didn't coach the RedHawks' 73-49 win Saturday over Ohio.
He had heart bypass surgery in 1986 and went into cardiac arrest at the Mid-American Conference tournament in 1998.

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