Frank Solich sat on the post-game Zoom call and sounded pleased with his team. After 18 days since the Bobcats’ last game against Akron, they finally took the field and came away with a necessary win.
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After 18 days since its game against Akron, the Bobcats made a strong return after a 52-10 victory over Bowling Green. From the first snap, Ohio had this game locked in. De’Montre Tuggle got the ball rolling with an eight-yard rushing touchdown, and the Bobcats never looked back.
It’ll have been a long 18 days since Ohio’s last taken the field when the Bobcats face Mid-American Conference foe Bowling Green on Saturday. After the decision to cancel their matchup against rival Miami due to COVID-19 contact tracing problems, the Bobcats return to Peden Stadium fresh for the final three-game stretch of the season.
Men's Basketball: Jason Preston's career-high day falls short in Ohio's heartbreaking 77-75 loss to Illinois
Jason Preston sat in the tunnel leading onto the court in State Farm Center, shaking the hands of people congratulating him. Friday was one of the best days in his career at Ohio. Against No. 8 Illinois, Preston posted a career-high 31 points with eight assists and six rebounds. But the junior didn’t see any reason to celebrate.
The Bobcats are going to look pretty groovy Saturday.
Ohio hoped to shock the world when it welcomed No.22 ranked Notre Dame to The Convo on Friday. The Fighting Irish is a program that’s won a National Championship recently, but Ohio had no problems playing up to the challenge.
Ohio will look to improve to 2-0 on the season Friday at The Convo against No. 22 ranked Notre Dame in the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame Classic.
Ohio continued its hot start to the season Thursday afternoon, securing an 84-72 Thanksgiving victory over North Carolina A&T in Champaign, Illinois. While the first half made it appear the Bobcats had their work cut out for them, they managed a strong second half performance that kept the Aggies at bay.
The Thanksgiving holiday is most connected to football, with the Dallas Cowboys playing almost every year and many local towns hosting recreational “Turkey Bowls.” This is usually a time for gathering and reflection. However, the pandemic has put a hampering on some festivities. Despite this, there is one festivity that remains unchanged for the Las Vegas Golden Knights: giving back.
After hitting back-to-back 3-pointers to take the lead, Erica Johnson looked to her teammates with joy on her face while heading down the court. Finally, Johnson was back in a place that felt familiar; she was thriving with her teammates and hitting big time shots.
Ohio took care of business in its season opener Wednesday evening, defeating an overmatched Chicago State 84-61 at Illinois. And even though the final score is what all people tend to care about, there’s a few important stats that led to the Bobcats’ blowout victory.
As the Bobcats took the court on Wednesday, it immediately became clear that this would not be a normal season.
Ohio kicked off its 2020-2021 season on Wednesday in the Convo against a Liberty team ready to battle. The Bobcats struggled out the gate and trailed for most of the game, but behind a big-time performance from Erica Johnson, the Bobcats were able to extinguish the Flames 76-72.
Thanksgiving is a time to gather around family and friends and discuss the things most important to us. This includes politics for many. And with one of the most controversial elections behind us, both sides have a lot to discuss during dinner.
It’s a new year, but Ohio women’s basketball is still loaded. Coach Bob Boldon is back for his eighth season, and joining him are star players CeCe Hooks and Erica Johnson. Hooks and Johnson’s duo will play a major role in the Bobcats having a successful 2020-2021, but make no mistake, the Bobcats’ roster has talent from top to bottom.
Ohio will start its season against Liberty in The Convo on Wednesday at 1 p.m. There will only be a few fans in attendance as the Mid-American Conference announced its attendance policy that will give each of the players four tickets to give to family members.
Among the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic, Ohio begins its second season under Jeff Boals’ leadership on the road.
As a tumultuous year wraps up its presidential election and a pandemic rages on, many are finding their holidays will be spent differently this year.
Continuing COVID-19 protocols on regional campuses for the spring leave students feeling confident about their safety
As Ohio University regional campus students head into Spring Semester, OU is continuing protocols that students believe will keep them safe.