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A variety of circumstances might have Ohio seeing — and playing on — a lot of blue when the Bobcats go bowling.
As athletes and fans shift their focus from the gridiron to the hardwood, this year’s Athens High School basketball squad is looking to match the success that the football team had in its record-setting year.
Ohio linebacker Keith Moore was named Mid-American Conference East Division Defensive Player of the Week, the conference announced on Monday.
Despite winning in five sets against Cincinnati, Ohio does not get the chance to wear the glass slipper to the "big dance."
After compiling just a pair of victories in his two years at the helm of the University of Akron football team, Rob Ianello will not return for the 2012 season. This morning, he was informed by Akron director of athletics Tom Wistrcill that the university will look elsewhere to fill the coaching position, effective immediately.
After clinching the Mid-American Conference East Division crown more than a week ago, Ohio found out on Friday who its opponent will be in the MAC Championship game on Dec. 2 at Ford Field in Detroit.
Ohio's football team will be featured on a nationally televised show highlighting the year in college football.
Tyler Tettleton is listed among the nation's top 25 Division I college football quarterbacks, according to ESPN.com.
Ohio place kicker Matt Weller has been honored for his stellar performance against Bowling Green last week.
The newest Mid-American Conference member will have a new football coach next season.
Athens linebacker Mitch Rider, a 6-foot-1, 220-pound senior, was named the Defensive Player of the Year for the Ohio AP Southeast All-District football team.
Ohio fell two spots from sixth to eighth in the latest American Collegiate Hockey Association computer rankings, released today by United States High School Hockey Online.
Ohio punter Paul Hershey was named Mid-American Conference Special Teams Player of the Week, the league announced Monday.
After earning an 82-63 win over Mercyhurst in an exhibition contest on Monday, the Bobcats will open regular-season play against Tennessee-Martin on Sunday.
Karin Bull and Abby Gilleland both signed National Letters of Intent and will join Ohio for the 2012 season.
Although the football season is long gone for the town of Glouster, the Division VI postseason is just beginning to heat up.
Two months into the season, the Bobcats are finally starting to get healthy as they prepare for their first CSCHL game this weekend against Bloomington.