Ohio doesn’t have much left to play for this season.
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Frank Solich’s contract will expire on Jan. 3, per documents The Post obtained through a Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA, request.
Ohio has already impressed its critics in the first week of its season. It’s won two road games in tough arenas and clobbered Division III Heidelberg in its home opener.
Ohio defeated Iona 81-72 Wednesday night for its second road win and third consecutive win to open the season.
Ohio, unbeknownst to itself, established its identity earlier this season, and it furthermore confirmed it in Tuesday’s loss to Western Michigan.
Ohio’s final time in Peden Stadium for the 2019 season is one it probably will soon want to forget, but it won’t.
Ohio has been in this spot before.
Frank Solich has brought everything to a program that prior to his arrival had nothing. He’s brought winning seasons, bowl victories and national attention.
BOWLING GREEN – Frank Solich owns a piece of Mid-American Conference history.
Ohio lost to Miami 24-21 on Wednesday night in Peden Stadium in a prime time match up where Mid-American Conference titles hopes weighed in the balance.
The list of reasons why Ohio needs to win Wednesday against Miami never ends.
It doesn’t get any bigger than this for the Bobcats in the regular season. They host Miami Wednesday with aspirations of controlling their destiny to reach the Mid-American Conference Championship for the first time since 2016.
The Bobcats got a taste of the talent on their roster during their exhibition win over Capital on Saturday.
The stakes couldn’t be any higher for this year’s version of the “Battle of the Bricks.”
Ohio defeated Capital 73-49 in The Convo for Saturday’s exhibition game ahead of the first season under new coach Jeff Boals.
The Mid-American Conference coaches poll was released Thursday morning, and the league’s coaches picked Ohio to finish last in the MAC East Division.
Had it not been for a third-quarter collapse against Northern Illinois on Oct. 12, there’s a better chance than not that Ohio would be undefeated in Mid-American Conference play. It won in two stadiums it hasn’t won in since 2009 – a 21-20 overtime victory over Buffalo and a 34-21 final over Ball State.
Of Ohio’s various mantras and program expressions it tosses around, there’s one in particular that held true in Saturday’s 34-21 road win at Ball State.
MUNCIE, Indiana – Ohio has been looking for something it hasn’t had since Week 1: a full four-quarter performance where it’s proficient in all three phases of the game.
MUNCIE, Ind. – It was cold, rainy and the wind howled. The forecast all week called for rain and Ohio knew that coming into Saturday’s game against Ball State. It spent the week squirting the footballs with Gatorade bottles in an attempt to preview the conditions it would face on the road.