Coach Bob Boldon shrugged his shoulders when asked if Ohio had rebounded from its poor offensive performance – a loss to Toledo — last Wednesday.
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After Ohio suffered its third loss of the season to Toledo on Wednesday night, the Bobcats’ offense needed a bounce-back game to right the ship and erase the struggles from its worst game of the season.
Ohio made it look easy on Friday night at Bloomsburg.
Athens tried multiple defenses in its game against Logan on Friday. But no matter what it tried, it simply had no answer for Bo Myers, who finished with a career-high 37 points on his senior night.
Shot after shot, Jimmy Thomas was ready.
Matt Rudin checked an Iowa State skater into the boards. He knew was going to the penalty box.
New Music Friday: Ryan Bingham dropped new album ‘American Love Song’; Yungblud released a collab with Halsey and Travis Barker
As week five of the Spring Semester comes to a close, it more than possible that some students are in a bit of a slump. With spring break in sight but too far out to get excited for and the brunt of classes starting to take toll, the week has been a tough one. But don’t fret — New Music Friday is here to bless us all and deliver some great new tracks to listen to. Here are some of the highlights from the week’s releases:
TV Review: ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ revealed the identity of Nate Sr.’s killer on Thursday’s episode
How to Get Away with Murder had a bizarre focus with a seemingly random Christmas episode Thursday.
Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) can never seem to keep their happiness. In Thursday’s episode, that was made more apparent.
The Athens garbage fund currently has nearly a million dollars in it and helps manage several contracts concerning waste pickup, trash cans and composting.
The class of 2019 is one that has featured many key players over the past four seasons for Ohio. This article is a part of a larger series that The Post will conduct on all seven members of the senior class.
With sole possession of the Tri-Valley Conference-Ohio Championship secured and playoff seeding already decided, the Bulldogs are not playing for much in the last two games of the season. Both games, however, are tough nonconference matchups and will be good preparation for the Ohio High School Athletic Association Tournament.
Susan B. Anthony once said, “Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.” It was more than just a quote, it was her lifestyle. Anthony lived every day fighting for women’s suffrage until the day she died, 14 years before the 19th Amendment was passed to grant women the right to vote.
Many individuals who live in Athens, as well as those who live outside of Athens, recognize there is a prominent bar scene due to the many bars that line Court Street. However, there is not much of a club scene that may be more prominent on other college campuses.
Ohio might have some of its biggest games of its season during its series against Iowa State this weekend.
The parents of Ohio University freshman Collin Wiant have filed a wrongful death suit against the fraternity he joined shortly before his death.
Red Brick Tavern to host 'Super Smash Bros.' tournament at Gamer Monday; today is Susan B. Anthony Day
Whether or not your Valentine’s Day meant true love and roses, everyone could use a cheery look at the news for the week. Here are the funniest stories from the news this week.
Valentine’s Day may have been only a day ago, but that doesn’t mean you can’t turn the foil-wrapped chocolate goodies into something creative and reusable the next day. With as much chocolate as some of us can expect receiving, it’s easy to let a lot of it go to waste. Instead of never eating the chocolate, try turning it into one of these 10 different ways to reuse leftover Valentine’s Day chocolate:
Ohio will look to avoid its first losing streak of the season when it hosts Western Michigan on Saturday in The Convo. The Bobcats suffered their third loss of the season Wednesday night at Toledo as they scored their lowest point total of the season, but should Ohio have little issue against the Broncos, who are fifth in the Mid-American Conference West Division.