From the official website of the Miami RedHawks this weekend:

OXFORD, Ohio – Over the past three weeks, hundreds of Miami University fans and media have submitted ballots to select the greatest RedHawk football players of the first decade of the 21st Century (2000-2010). In perhaps the least surprising announcement of the balloting, Ben Roethlisberger has been chosen as Miami’s All-Decade quarterback.

Roethlisberger out-polled current RedHawk Zac Dysert for Miami’s most glamorous All-Decade position.

“Big Ben” owns every major Miami single-game, single-season and career passing mark, while topping Mid-American Conference chart in most completions in a season and passing yards in a season. He also is the NCAA record holder for most games in a season gaining 200 or more yards passing and consecutive games in a season (14 in 2003)….

You can read the rest here.