The highlight has circulated every season for the last 15 years. This week, it’s almost certainly been on the Twitter feeds for any Ohio fan. It’ll undoubtedly be played on the ACC Network television broadcast before the rematch begins Saturday at Heinz Field.
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For the second time in the Frank Solich era, Ohio will face off against the Pitt Panthers in the early portion of the schedule. In 2005, the Bobcats stunned the Panthers 16-10 for coach Frank Solich’s first win at Peden Stadium. The game signified the beginning of the success the program has sustained under the Solich era.
Ohio has a good problem in its quarterback room. It returns Nathan Rourke, a two-year starter who may finish this season as the most successful quarterback in program history.
After a resounding Week 1 victory, the Bobcats make the 201-mile trip to Pittsburgh where they’ll play Pitt at Heinz Field. Before we focus on football, The Post will look at five fun facts about the University of Pittsburgh.
Editor’s note: Some teams listed are ranked in the AP Top-25. The rankings are not reflective as they had not been updated before press time.
Tyler Tupa couldn’t help but smile as he walked into the post-game press conference.
Ohio won its third consecutive season opener as it defeated Rhode Island 41-20 on Saturday.
The number has grown every year. It’s been brought up every fall camp, seven months after the Bobcats have come painfully close to erasing one of the biggest droughts in program history and proving that their preseason hype was — at long last — valid.
Ohio opens the 2019 season at Peden Stadium, where it will host Rhode Island. Kickoff is slated for 2 p.m.
Ohio and its fans alike have enjoyed seeing a wide receiver who donned No. 4 gash through defenses and create big plays.
Will Evans sunk his hand in the turf and his shoulder pads raised as he took a deep breath. There was a sense of stillness in the warm, muggy August air that matched Evans in his pre-snap stance.
Ohio will open its season Saturday against Rhode Island, but before the Rams arrive to Athens, The Post dove into some fun facts about the university:
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For the second time during its fall camp, Ohio hosted a scrimmage during one of its practices. The scrimmage was the second time Ohio has played live action football in which all players minus quarterbacks can tackle.
The Ohio athletic department announced Thursday that Julie Cromer will be the program’s next athletic director.
It’s hard to get excited about the results of one scrimmage, but if Ohio’s scrimmage Saturday was any indication of the Bobcats’ upcoming season, there will be plenty to be happy about.
Ohio practiced for the seventh time Friday in its fall camp. The practice was conducted in 24 total periods, which lasted over two hours and 10 minutes.
After having Wednesday off, the Bobcats were back in Peden Stadium for their sixth practice of fall camp. The practice was conducted in 24 total periods, which lasted over two hours and 10 minutes.