After a heartbreaking loss to Kent State on Friday, Ohio needs a new start. It will start its refresh with a trip to Toledo on Tuesday. Ohio has yet to win a Mid-American Conference road game this season after dropping games to Buffalo and Bowling Green.
The Bobcats don’t have a great road record overall, though. They are currently 2-6 on the road featuring a handful of overtime and last-minute losses.
Here’s what to know for Tuesday’s game:
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Savage Arena
How to watch: ESPN+
How to listen: The Varsity Network
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Meet the Opponent
Head coach: Tod Kowalczyk
00 Ra’Heim Moss
21 Dante Maddox Jr.
10 RayJ Dennis
04 Setric Millner Jr.
32 J.T. Shumate
Points: Shumate (18.2 points per game)
Rebounds: Millner (6.4 rebounds per game)
Blocks: Shumate (1.5 blocks per game)
Steals: Moss (1.8 steals per game)
Field goal percentage: Shumate (56.7%)
3-point percentage: Maddox (42.9%)
Free throw percentage: Shumate (91.2%)
Toledo has won 11 of its 14 games against Ohio, including a series sweep last season. Ohio has not defeated Toledo in the regular season since Jan. 26, 2016, with an 81-79 victory in Savage Arena.
The Bobcats are 1-4 against the Rockets since Jeff Boals took over and 7-12 against the Rockets since 2011.
Player to watch
Dwight Wilson III - Ohio’s lone graduate student has proven multiple times that he’s a skilled player. From making multiple buzzer-beaters earlier this season to scoring 27 points against Kent State, Wilson has done it all for Ohio.