Mark Sears leaned forward in his chair while answering questions during Ohio’s post-game press conference. His answers were brief, and he remained cool and collected despite playing the best game of his career in Ohio’s season opener.
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Ohio couldn’t have asked for a better start to its season.
Ohio is back on the road Tuesday when it travels to Ypsilanti, Michigan, for its game against Eastern Michigan.
Ohio has a target on its back. After a dominant run through the Mid-American Conference Tournament and a stint in the NCAA Tournament last year, Ohio begins its 2021-22 season with everything to lose. It’s the team to beat in the MAC, and its nonconference schedule will be difficult to navigate.
Ohio might have a little life in it, after all.
Ohio is back in business.
It wasn’t a clean win, but Ohio's 35-33 victory over Miami was desperately needed.
As the final seconds ticked off the clock, Ohio’s sideline erupted in cheers. Players celebrated and hollered along Ohio’s bench while running backs coach Tyler Tettleton walked onto the field and waved goodbye as Miami players and staff shuffled meekly toward the visiting locker room at Peden Stadium.
Ohio snapped its losing streak. After dropping its last three games, Ohio began its November schedule with a 35-33 win over Miami.
Ohio begins its slate of midweek games when it hosts Miami on Tuesday for the annual “Battle of the Bricks” rivalry game.
Ohio is in dire straits. It hosts Miami on Tuesday for the annual “Battle of the Bricks” rivalry game while in a desperate search for both consistency and its second win of the season.
Ohio’s Mid-American Conference schedule began on an optimistic note. On Oct. 2, it defeated Akron — its first conference opponent — 34-17 for its first win of the season. It wasn’t a pretty win, but it gave Ohio a boost in morale. After a disappointing nonconference slate, a win breathed a bit of life into the program.
Kurtis Rourke spent three weeks on the sidelines waiting for his opportunity to return.
Ohio returns to Peden Stadium for its final weekend game of the regular season. It will host Mid-American Conference opponent Kent State.
The midway point of Ohio’s Mid-American Conference schedule is fast approaching. On Saturday, Ohio will host Kent State at Peden Stadium for its final weekend game of the season.
Ohio’s 27-26 loss to Buffalo on Saturday began with promise and ended in disaster. It failed to reach the end zone in the final three quarters while Buffalo’s offense marched downfield and scored often.
AMHERST, N.Y. — Ohio lined up to defend while Buffalo kicker Alex McNulty prepared for a 26-yard field goal attempt. There was no time on the clock, and Ohio was only up by two points.
AMHERST, N.Y. — Ohio suffered its second Mid-American Conference loss on Saturday when it lost 27-26 to Buffalo at UB Stadium on Saturday.
AMHERST, N.Y. — Ohio is back on the road in search of its second Mid-American Conference victory when it travels to play Buffalo on Saturday.
After only a week at home, Ohio is heading back on the road to face Buffalo at UB Stadium on Saturday.