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Spring athletics have sprung out this week, and softball beat writers Matt Parker and Trevor Colgan; baseball writer Spencer Holbrook and sports editor Andrew Gillis discussed a slew of Ohio spring athletic-related topics.
Mid-American Conference fans will have to watch their favorite teams a little differently beginning April 12.
Ohio has a new swim and dive coach.
Zach Butler will transfer at the end of the semester and play his remaining seasons elsewhere, he announced on his Twitter page Friday afternoon.
Lori Linnevers has experienced Pickle Fest more than a dozen times as a manager at Bagel Street Deli.
Ellis Dozier received his official release from Ohio University on Tuesday and will transfer at the end of the semester. He announced the news on his Instagram account.
Andrew Gillis and Jordan Horrobin join the show. Ohio's season is over. Was it just injuries? What do they look like next year?
OXFORD — Mike Laster untucked his green No. 24 jersey one last time, eyes focused toward the court as cheers rained down from the Miami crowd at Millett Hall.
OXFORD — Mike Laster had to lean his head back and think back to remember the night, the only night, he’s lost to Miami. Deep in thought, it took him a few seconds to go back to that game.
Coach Saul Phillips hasn't looked intensively at the Mid-American Conference standings yet. It's not that he doesn't want to, there's just too many variables left to be decided.
Jordan Horrobin and Andrew Gillis join the show. Do we believe coaches and players don't look at standings? What if Miami and Ohio play twice in four days? And how could that happen?
Coach Saul Phillips said the film session after Buffalo wasn't pretty. It was long and it was scathing. After all, it needed to be.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — For a large chunk of the first half, Ohio looked like one of the Mid-American Conference's best teams. The Bobcats made shots and played even against the conference's top team. Everything looked to be going according to plan.
The Bobcats have spent the last week feeling good about themselves.
Andrew Gillis joins the show to discuss Ohio's second straight win Tuesday night over Kent State. We have a four-way tie for 9th place (also last place) in the MAC. Other than the top three seeds, nobody knows anything about their first round plans. Particularly, The Post Sports' basketball writers.
For a large part of 2018, Ohio's offense was incredibly inconsistent. And when the offense was consistent, it was bad.
Sports Editor Andrew Gillis joins the show to peak ahead at Ohio's seeding chances. It's actually not impossible for the Bobcat to host a first round game. But how realistic is it?
All season long, Ohio has found a way to lose games down the stretch.
The Bobcats most popular walk-on has plans to become a coach after Ohio.