Ohio begins its journey to Detroit for the Mid-American Conference Championship on Saturday when it travels to Buffalo for both its first conference and division game of the season.
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When Nick Sink found out he was going to start at center in place for injured Steven Hayes against Marshall in Week 3, he knew the first two people he was going to tell.
Ohio begins its quest for a Mid-American Conference title this weekend when it travels to Buffalo for a MAC East Division game. The Post will take a look at the last three times the two teams have met.
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Ohio limped its way out of nonconference play with a less than stellar record. The schedule was tough, but the talent is there for Ohio. Now with the nonconference schedule finished, Mid-American Conference play will begin next week when the Bobcats travel to Buffalo.
Well, it could’ve been worse.
A simple look at the box score can provide a clear indication at how Ohio was a team of two different halves in its return to Peden Stadium for its final nonconference game.
Ohio felt optimistic ahead of its game against Louisiana. There were plenty of questions about the defense after it let in over 500 yards a week ago, but the fixes were supposed to be easy.
By this time next week, Ohio will be preparing to enjoy its weekend off. The bye week is approaching, and so is Mid-American Conference play, where the Bobcats are expected to dominate and make a run for the conference championship.
After two weeks on the road and two close losses, Ohio returns to Peden Stadium for its final nonconference game of the season where it’ll host Louisiana-Lafayette.
Ryan Luehrman shielded himself between the ball and the defender. He had just caught his second touchdown of the season, and an important one at that.
Ohio has entered its last week of nonconference play. We’ve learned about the Polio vaccine, the Civil War and notable alumni from the Bobcats opponents so far, and now we’re left with one more school before the Mid-American Conference schedule begins.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Nathan Rourke stood in the shotgun on Marshall’s seven-yard line with his hands pointed at the tight coverage that was in front of him. To Rourke’s right was tight end Ryan Luehrman. To his left was a trips-bunch package.
The “Battle for the Bell” is back.
Ohio will make the short 88-mile trip to Huntington, West Virginia, for the 60th meeting against Marshall.
The Battle for the Bell will take place Saturday as Ohio will play Marshall in a rivalry that has existed since 1905. Ahead of the 60th meeting between the two programs, The Post wanted to learn more about the university first. Here are five fun facts about Marshall University:
Kenny Pickett threw a seven-yard pass to wide receiver Maurice Ffrench on a tunnel screen on Pitt’s opening drive, and it was the first of many passes for a career-day for the junior quarterback
There was plenty of excitement around Ohio’s week two match up against Pitt. The memory of Dion Byrum, coach Frank Solich’s first win as coach and the unexpected night that happened in Athens 15 years ago was a discussion throughout the week.
Since 2012, Ohio has won against a Power 5 opponent three times. Two of those wins came against Kansas — who has a 14-71 record in that span — and the other win was against Penn State in 2012.