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.
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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.
Ohio is another step closer to being cohesive. Its 30-27 loss to Central Michigan on Saturday made for a disappointing Homecoming, but there was still plenty of good to come from the loss.
Before Saturday, Armani Rogers never started in a game for Ohio.
Ohio will look to get its second Mid-American Conference win of the season when it hosts Central Michigan on Saturday for its Homecoming game.
Trips to Cameroon with his family changed Kemeni’s perspective on how to approach his craft.
Wolff comes from a long line of successful walk-on players for Ohio.
Ohio has won just five games against Central Michigan since the programs first faced off in 1972.
AKRON — Ohio is finally starting to take steps in the right direction.
Following a tough nonconference schedule, Ohio is set to face its first Mid-American Conference opponent, Akron, on Saturday.
Ohio dives into the meat of its schedule Saturday when it travels to face Akron at InfoCision Stadium for both its first conference and division game of the season.
Ohio’s nonconference schedule ended on a sour note.
EVANSTON, Ill. — Sooner or later, Ohio is going to have to stop running into the same brick wall it has for the past four games.
EVANSTON, Ill. — Ohio dropped its fourth and final nonconference game of the season to Northwestern 35-6 Saturday at Ryan Field.
EVANSTON, Ill. - After a nine-day break, Ohio will take on its second Power 5 opponent of the season, Northwestern, for the final game in its nonconference schedule.
Ohio (0–3) travels to Evanston, Illinois, to face Northwestern for the final game of its nonconference slate. It’s the first meeting between the two programs since 2008, when Ohio lost in Evanston 16–8 for its fourth-straight loss to begin the season.