Ohio (8-9, 2-3 Mid-American Conference) finally seemed to show what it was capable of in its 73-61 win on Tuesday over Central Michigan; now, Ohio will shift its focus to winning back-to-back games for the first time since November. Ohio will host Eastern Michigan (8-9, 1-4 MAC), an opponent who is coming in with a three-game losing streak.
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Correction appended: a previous version of this article stated the score was 73-69 in the first paragraph. The story has been changed to correctly indicate that the final score was 73-61.
Ohio (7-8, 1-2 Mid-American Conference) had the chance to flip the script of some of its previous negative results with a promising second-half rally against Bowling Green (11-4, 2-1 MAC). However, the comeback fell short and Ohio lost 83-78.
Former Ohio head Coach Frank Solich was named into the 2024 National Football Federation College Football's Hall of Fame class on Monday, as announced by the NFF.
On Friday night, Ohio (6-5) lost its third straight game, decided by two possessions or less against Austin Peay (7-7). While Ohio held leads in the second half, it ultimately fell 71-67.
How often do you think about the Roman Empire? For weeks, I had to answer the most buzzworthy question of this fall with my head down and metaphorical tail tucked between my legs.
So far, Ohio's (6-4) December has been defined by poor second-half performances, which led to back-to-back home losses against Youngstown State and Marshall. Against Defiance (1-8), Ohio had all but secured its victory by halftime. Ohio defeated Defiance 108-28.
Ohio's 41-21 win over Georgia Southern in the Myrtle Beach Bowl not only secured back-to-back 10-win seasons for the first time in program history but also saw a record-breaking performance from running-back Rickey Hunt and a five takeaway day from its defense.
Ohio (9-3, 6-2 Mid-American Conference) is looking for its 10th win of the season in the Myrtle Beach Bowl against Georgia Southern (6-6, 3-5 Sun Belt Conference). What has been an, at times, disappointing season given the MAC Championship expectations, Ohio still has a chance to take the program to new heights. With a win on Saturday, Ohio would win 10 games in back-to-back seasons for the first time in program history.
Ohio didn't play at its highest level in the game's first 38 minutes against Marshall but still found a way to cling to a 69-62 lead with 2:11 to go. Ohio was outscored 12-0 in the game's final two minutes to suffer arguably its most disappointing loss of the season, 74-69.
Since returning from the Nassau Championship, the Ohio (5-3) offense has been inconsistent at best. For the second straight game, Ohio was held to 28 points in the first half in its 78-72 loss to Youngstown State (6-3). Ohio has averaged around 41% shooting from the field in its last two games and around 30% from the 3-point line.
I recently watched the new “Napoleon” movie and made some new friends. To the dismay of my fellow movie watchers, I made any confusion or disappointment I felt audible.
This week, three Ohio football players, running backs Sieh Bangura O'Shaan Allisonand wide receiver Tyler Walton announced via X, formerly known as Twitter, that they were entering the transfer portal.
Ohio (5-2) had its closest win of the season on Saturday against Delaware; now, the team will look to keep its three-game winning streak going against Youngstown State (5-3).
Ohio (5-2) was missing its coach and any offensive production at halftime against Delaware. However, by the end of the game, Ohio completed an impressive double-digit comeback to defeat Delaware (5-3) 74-73.
Nov. 30 is my Christmas, not just because it’s my half birthday, but because my YouTube wrapped drops. As an avid YouTube music listener, I get to spend my whole day reflecting on my spectacular music taste, the artists I listened to the most, the songs I listened to the most and the vibes I give off because of my taste. And the best part is I get to show all my friends all my favorite music! It’s simply amazing.
Ohio's leading receiver in 2023, Miles Cross, will enter the transfer portal, according to a tweet from Cross. Cross, a junior, finished with 47 catches, 617 yards and five touchdowns.
With three weeks left in the 2023 season, Ohio’s MAC Championship dreams were almost dead. Despite having played excellent football at different points in the season, including a 10-7 win over Iowa State and a 38-7 win over Bowling Green, Ohio was all but out of the MAC East division race.
After playing one of the season's worst halves of football, Ohio (9-3, 7-2 Mid-American Conference) faced a 14-3 halftime deficit against Akron (2-10). The Bobcats responded with complete dominance on both sides of the ball, outscoring the Zips 22-0 in the second half. Ohio's third straight win puts the team at 9-3 to end the regular season for the second year in a row.
Each week, the Sports' editorial team selects its Top 25 FBS college football teams for the Student Media Poll.