OXFORD, Ohio (AP) -Miami of Ohio football coach Shane Montgomery has resigned after a 2-10 season.
Athletic director Brad Bates announced the resignation Saturday, saying the team had not achieved the level of success the university expects.
The news came the day after Ohio piled up 516 yards of total offense to beat Miami 41-26 at home.
Miami was 17-31 during Montgomery's four seasons as head coach. Montgomery initially joined Miami as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2001.

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