On Tuesday night, I couldn’t sleep. It wasn’t out of the ordinary, as I’ve never maintained a well-regimented sleep schedule throughout my senior year. I’ve watched the sunrise and heard the morning birds sing more times than I care to admit because I’m often too stubborn to fall asleep.
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Ohio is beginning to show signs of growth.
Mark Sears announced Thursday that he has committed to Alabama after spending his first two seasons with Ohio.
Ohio will be without another starter next season. Mark Sears, Ohio's scoring leader, has decided to enter the transfer portal.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated to include more information on transfers.
Ohio coach Jeff Boals didn't want to dwell on the negatives.
Ohio's season has come to a close. Its run in the Roman College Basketball Invitational came to an abrupt end after a 91-86 loss to Abilene Christian on Monday night.
Men's Basketball: Mark Sears makes game-winning layup to nudge Ohio over Rice in first round of College Basketball Invitational
All Mark Sears needed was five seconds to secure Ohio's last-second victory over Rice.
Men's Basketball: Fast reactions to Ohio's win over Rice in first round of College Basketball Invitational
Ohio has inched its way to another postseason game.
Ohio’s back in the saddle.
Ohio's not done yet.
Men's Basketball: Ohio's season falls short after Mid-American Conference Tournament semifinals loss to Kent State
CLEVELAND — Ohio seemed almost invincible during the first three months of its season.
Men's Basketball: Fast reactions to Ohio's loss to Kent State in the Mid-American Conference Tournament semifinals
CLEVELAND — Ohio's season wasn't supposed to end like this.
Men's Basketball: Ohio back to old self in Mid-American Conference Tournament quarterfinals win over Ball State
CLEVELAND — In the weeks leading up to the Mid-American Conference Tournament, Ohio's position as one of the top contenders for the MAC Championship title had fallen into a precarious position.
Men's Basketball: Fast reactions to Ohio's Mid-American Conference Tournament quarterfinals win over Ball State
CLEVELAND — Ohio still has some gas left in the tank.
For much of its season, Ohio seemed near invincible.
The Mid-American Conference announced its postseason honors Wednesday, and three Ohio players were named to all-conference teams.
Ohio’s regular season schedule ended in another disappointment after it lost to Northern Illinois 58-57 in DeKalb, Illinois, on Friday night.
The final stretch of the regular season hasn’t been kind to Ohio. In the span of two weeks, an Ohio team that was in the race for a Mid-American Conference regular season championship has lost three of its past four games and dropped to third place in the conference standings.
BOWLING GREEN — Jeff Boals stood in the hall leading toward Ohio’s locker room inside the Stroh Center and tried to stand tall.