Ohio took a big step toward making the Mid-American Conference Championship last week when it defeated Kent State.
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Ohio has had a mixed bag of results in its October schedule.
The time is now for Ohio’s defense.
Ohio is fresh off its most important Mid-American Conference victory of the year — a 45-38 win over East Division rival Kent State.
All games on a 12-game schedule are the cliched “must win.” But that mantra held true ahead of the Bobcats’ contest against Kent State on Saturday, and they did just that in their 45-38 win.
Javon Hagan stared into the eyes of Kent State quarterback Dustin Crum.
Ohio in its up-and-down season had an up day at home against Kent State in its 45-38 win.
Ohio only has one Mid-American Conference loss this season. With six games left, there’s plenty of time to build a run to the MAC Championship in November.
Ohio is about to enter the thick of its Mid-American Conference schedule as it heads into its game against Kent State on Saturday at Peden Stadium.
Ohio will look to bounce back in the Mid-American Conference standings in its upcoming game Saturday against MAC East Division foe Kent State after a 39-36 loss to Northern Illinois over the weekend.
Ohio had everything on its side heading into its game against Northern Illinois. It left Buffalo with a big win on its resume, which is always needed in Mid-American Conference play.
Coach Frank Solich walked into the post game press conference with a stat sheet in his hand that he wasn’t quite prepared to look at.
For a moment, it looked as if Ohio was going to have a real chance of righting its third quarter wrongs.
Javon Hagan flung his arms behind his torso in celebration as if he were flying. The redshirt senior safety certainly felt like he was flying after he recovered a fumble and secured Ohio’s third turnover of the season.
Dak Notestine paced around midfield at Peden Stadium with a whistle hanging from the bottom of his lip.
Ohio opened its Mid-American Conference schedule last Saturday with a 21-20 overtime road win against MAC East rival Buffalo.
Ohio is ankle-deep in its Mid-American Conference schedule this season and if it can find ways to win like it did in Buffalo, it should like its chances to have a successful run in the MAC.
AMHERST, N.Y. — When Ohio faced a third-and-one on Buffalo’s 5-yard line, there was little doubt that running back O’Shaan Allison was going to receive the ball.
AMHERST, N.Y. — Ohio had its issues to fix during the bye week, and it showed glimpses of its corrections. The defense had its moments where it looked like it had returned seven starters from a year ago. The offense, while still working through the newness of skill players, did just enough as the Bobcats squeaked by Buffalo in a 21-20 overtime win in their Mid-American Conference opener.
Ohio’s first game of its Mid-American Conference schedule appears to be a must-win.