Homecoming and Halloween have passed us by, and once again students are cramming for finals and will shortly be returning home. That means it is time for The Blair Niche Project to wrap things up and reflect on the past quarter.
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After beating Athens 27-7 Friday night, it was clear that the Jackson Ironmen proved better than their seventh seed in Division III, Region 12 indicated. They appear to be a very dangerous team as the playoffs continue.
A roar and a growl made Mount Vernon Nazarene University's 100-46 defeat of Ohio Universtiy-Zanesville somewhat entertaining for the branch campus' students.
Ohio running back Donte Harden was named Mid-American Conference East Division Offensive Player of the Week on Monday after gaining 322 yards of total offense in Wednesday's 35-31 win over Temple.
For the second straight night Ohio dominated in-state rivals Ohio State, taking an 11-1 win Saturday at Bird Arena.
The news is some good, some bad on the injury front as Ohio prepares to take on Ohio State this weekend.
There could be an overwhelming sense of accomplishment in the Trimble High School varsity locker room. For the second straight season, the Tomcats will appear in the Division VI state playoffs.
Nelsonville-York will take the field Friday and hope that they can put their loss to undeafeated Athens in the back of their mind with a win against Portsmouth in the first round of the Ohio High School Playoffs.
That will wrap up my coverage from the ESPN production truck. Special thanks to ESPN and its crew for allowing me to scratch "watching a game from ESPN" off of my bucket list. Stay up to date by keeping tabs on The Post Sports Blog.
Ohio claimed two of the top three end-of-year field hockey awards from the Mid-American Conference Wednesday.
Earlier this week, junior guard D.J. Cooper was named to Lou Henson's Preseason All-America Team.
The Bobcat Blackout has gone well so far. A little too well, at least for those who were planning on spending the day selling special Bobcat shirts.
Ohio swimmer Rachel Stearns was named Mid-American Conference female swimmer of the week, the conference announced on Wednesday.
Ohio fell from third to fifth in the latest American Collegiate Hockey Association computer rankings, released last Saturday.
It didn't take long for the Bobcats to get some recognition. Wednesday, The Mid-American Conference named sophmore Rachel Stearns MAC Swimmer of the Week.
Ohio point guard D.J. Cooper was named East Division Preseason All-Mid American Conference, the league announced Wednesday.