Finals are approaching. Fatigue is high. Food rations are out. My time at Ohio University is slowly running out.
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It’s easy to play “what if” with the 2017 Bobcats.
CLEVELAND — During Ohio’s 68-66 loss to Kent State in the Mid-American Conference semifinals, sophomore forward Doug Taylor received a pass off a pick-and-roll and dunked the basketball with fierce velocity.
CLEVELAND — Jaaron Simmons’ right fist slammed the scorer’s table.
CLEVELAND — Kenny Kaminski may just be Ohio’s unseen savior.
Last time, it was Kenny Kaminski who beat Buffalo with a late jumper. This time, there was no one to save the Bobcats.
OXFORD, OHIO — Voices are booming down the hallway outside of Ohio’s locker room.
Ohio coach Saul Phillips said his team is playing as good as it possibly can 26 games into the season. That was before Saturday’s game against Kent State.
It was relatively easy the first time around. The second time, however, won’t be.
Another year, and more games.
Ohio guard Jaaron Simmons notched his 1,000th career point during Tuesday night’s 79-62 win against Miami.
OXFORD, Ohio — In a scarcely filled Millett Hall, Ohio coach Saul Phillips paced back and forth with his arms crossed in front of his bench.
Inside The Convo, Jordan Dartis stands casually at the whiskers of the Bobcat logo, the epicenter of the 13,080-seat arena.
Ohio will play Bowling Green for the first time Saturday in The Convo.
Ohio needed defensive stops down the stretch, something that's plagued the team over the last month.
Jaaron Simmons sat with his head down. As he put it, Tuesday night in The Convo was weird.
They may not say it, but the Bobcats’ defense is zoning in on one player Tuesday night in The Convo: Chippewa guard Marcus Keene.
Saturday against Akron, Ohio needed everything guard Jaaron Simmons had.
Ohio’s second season matchup with Western Michigan wasn’t anything like the first.
BOWLING GREEN — Before Saturday, coach Saul Phillips said Ohio’s lone senior, Kenny Kaminski, had been trying to do too much.