Ohio has a long week ahead. After one of its games was rescheduled due to COVID-19 protocols, Ohio now has to play four games in nine days. The good news? Three of its games will be in The Convo. The bad news is that the first game in its nine-day gauntlet will be on the road. It will travel to Buffalo, New York, to take on Buffalo inside Alumni Arena on Friday.
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Mark Sears thinks that once Ohio learns how to end a game correctly, it’ll shift from a good team to a great team.
After suffering its first loss against a Mid-American Conference opponent on Friday, Ohio took out its frustration by defeating Northern Illinois 74-62 inside The Convo.
Ohio’s looking for a fresh start. After its win streak was snapped over the weekend, it’ll host Northern Illinois on Tuesday night for a chance to shake off its first loss in the Mid-American Conference.
Coach Jeff Boals considers Ohio’s first loss in the Mid-American Conference to be a learning experience.
Ohio’s winning streak has been stomped out.
Ohio has reached its do-or-die moment. It will host Toledo inside The Convo on Friday night for a showdown between the top two teams in the Mid-American Conference.
Ohio announced Thursday afternoon that it hired Spence Nowinsky as its new defensive coordinator. The hiring was made public in a video posted to Ohio’s Twitter account.
Mark Sears wasn’t expecting to become a starter for Ohio as early as he did.
OXFORD — Ben Vander Plas thinks Ohio found the consistency it’s been searching for.
OXFORD — Ohio got the shot in the arm it desperately needed. After its previous game was postponed due to a COVID-19 pause, Ohio returned to business with an 86-63 beatdown of Miami.
After its last game was postponed due to COVID-19, Ohio is back on the road. It will meet Miami inside Millett Hall in Oxford for the 209th installment of the “Battle of the Bricks.”
After keeping its unbeaten streak at home intact, Ohio faces a slight reprieve. It’ll travel to Mount Pleasant, Michigan, to face Central Michigan inside McGuirk Arena on Saturday.
Ohio keeps finding ways to win.
Ohio avoided disaster after it defeated Bowling Green 85-78 in The Convo on Tuesday night. After slogging through a first half littered with flubbed shots, the Bobcats woke up in the second half and had four players score in double figures.
Ohio has been on a roll over the course of the past month. It's won its last seven games and is sitting at the top of the Mid-American Conference standings with a perfect conference record. Ohio has an opportunity to put another notch in its winning streak when it faces Bowling Green in The Convo on Tuesday night.
Since its season began, Ohio has worked its entire philosophy around four words: Bend, but don’t break.
Ohio’s unbeaten streak in The Convo is still alive. After a domineering first half, Ohio beat Kent State 80-72 on Friday night for its eighth win at home.
After facing its first two Mid-American Conference opponents on the road, Ohio will face Kent State in The Convo on Friday for its first home game against a conference opponent.
Ohio has kept its win streak and its conference record in tact.