Rob Smith stood with his back to right field as the lights of Bob Wren Stadium beamed around him.
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Jim Schaus is happy at Ohio.
Jeff Boals was officially announced as Ohio’s 19th coach in program history on March 18. That afternoon, he had his first team meeting, full of players that filled Saul Phillips’ roster.
Saul Phillips cracks a smile mid-sentence as he describes another one of his favorite stories of trips to the Final Four with a group of reporters.
Jeff Boals was introduced as the 19th coach in program history Monday morning inside The Convo. President Duane Nellis and athletic director Jim Schaus introduced Boals and then took questions from the media.
Editor’s note: This story has been updated to reflect the most recent reporting.
Saul Phillips will not return as Ohio’s head coach, athletic director Jim Schaus announced Wednesday morning in a release.
Coach Saul Phillips paced the sidelines Monday night, arms folded, as the seconds ticked down.
Jason Carter’s performance Monday night will be paramount to Ohio’s success.
Doug Taylor screamed as The Convo erupted around him.
Saul Phillips will say goodbye to his first full recruiting class Friday night.
Saul Phillips walked through the line of fans, giving a few high fives and trying to smile.
The Mid-American Conference Tournament starts next week and the final three rounds will be held at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. So, here’s where every team in the conference stands headed into the last week of play by seedings.
Ohio will host Buffalo on Tuesday night in The Convo. It’s the first time since 2013 that the Bobcats will host a top-25 ranked team. The Bulls come in off of a Friday night win at Miami and touting the No. 21 ranking in the AP top-25.
Doug Taylor stood in front of the Ohio bench yelling and pumping up his hands.
AKRON — Doug Taylor stood in front of the Ohio bench yelling and pumping his hands up.
Ohio announced the hiring of Allen Rudolph as its new offensive line coach on Thursday afternoon.