Here’s what you need to know for Friday, Sept. 30, 2016:
News from The Post
- Former President Bill Clinton will be in Athens County on Tuesday. (The Post)
- Someone stole more than $5,000 worth of books from Copeland Hall. (The Post)
Hello, Post Haste subscribers. Do you have that Friday feeling?
Well, you should also have that rivalry feeling, because this weekend the Ohio Bobcats football team will take on the Miami RedHawks in the ol' Battle of the Bricks.
OU has won the nine of the last 10 such encounters, and The Post's sports staff expects the game to go our way again this year. Click here for a breakdown of Miami's offense, and here for a breakdown of the defense.
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High of 69 degrees, cloudy and an 80 percent chance of showers. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
Scores and Game Times
Ohio volleyball lost to Miami on Thursday, and will play them again tonight. Field hockey hosts Central Michigan this weekend. Soccer will play Western Michigan and Northern Illinois this weekend.
You might also want to know …
There was a major train accident in Hoboken, NJ on Thursday. (NBC)
The governor of California has signed a bill that ends the statute of limitations for rape in the state. (Reuters)
For more global news, check out The New York Times' daily briefing.