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In a year that saw several programs reach new heights, Ohio athletic teams improved in their overall performance against Mid-American Conference opponents.
Everything about Los Angeles screams of showbiz. It’s the home of models and movie stars, the posh and the powerful. Perhaps the city has the greatest disparity between the uber-wealthy and the poorest of the poor in the country.
The road to a Mid-American Conference baseball championship ends in Avon, Ohio, but that path also goes through Kent.
While several Bobcat teams have seen an increase in wins this year, Ohio Athletics officials have reported a decrease in NCAA infractions.
Hang in there, Ohio University students. You only have three more weeks of classes and exams before that beautiful horizon called “summer” arrives. Here are four positive stories to get you through your Wednesday.
The NCAA has released little news this year about changes to its bylaws, but the Bobcats are expecting to hear some good news next month.
A.J. Strum and the city of Detroit were never on the same page. Detroit had its Lions, but Strum followed his hometown Pittsburgh Steelers. During his career, Ohio’s football team lost all three of its games at Ford Field.
Ohio ended its 2011 spring-practice season on a high note, ready to avenge its losses from the previous season. But soon, the Bobcat family suffered an unexpected loss that far surpassed any that came on the field.
The NFL Draft kicks off Thursday night, and The Post will provide analysis throughout the first round. Former Ohio players LaVon Brazill and Noah Keller have hopes of hearing their names called later in the weekend.
Ohio guard Stevie Taylor dropped by The Convo Tuesday to offer a simple “Hi, coach!” to the man sitting in the men’s basketball coach’s office. But that space no longer belongs to John Groce, who recruited Taylor and the other 12 Bobcats to Athens.
Ohio’s spring practice session will come to its end Saturday with the most formal outing the Bobcats will have until next fall’s season opener at Penn State.
Just two weeks after new Ohio men’s basketball coach Jim Christian appeared to become the university’s highest-paid employee, veteran football coach Frank Solich is on the verge of taking the top spot on the payroll.
Anyone who thought that Ohio’s offense is lacking the firepower of last year’s squad might want to reconsider after Saturday’s scrimmage at Peden Stadium.
Ohio’s offense was so efficient in Saturday’s scrimmage that it could make most Arena Football League teams jealous.
As the spring practice season passes its halfway mark, the Bobcats are confident that they are on track to field a squad that is capable of replicating its success from 2011.
The Masters has become synonymous with the phrase “a tradition unlike any other,” but part of that tradition includes a shaded past.
Another successful NCAA men’s basketball tournament means another year of profit for the host organization. But for its member institutions, the story might be a bit different.
Newly hired men’s basketball coach Jim Christian hopes to have his squad in elite company next season, but he’s already risen to the top in other categories.