J.L., Jack and Tee break down Ohio's first MAC Tournament Championship since 2012 and the Bobcats' first round game against the defending National Champion Virginia.
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Jeff Boals has kept his promise.
Ohio better have good shoes — because it’s going dancing.
Every day when Jeff Boals walks into The Convo, he takes a long look at the banners in the rafters.
For the first time since 2013, Ohio is headed to the Mid-American Conference tournament finals. What’s more is that it has upset every team along the way to get there. On Friday night, No. 5 Ohio inched out an 87-80 victory over No. 1 seeded Toledo in the tournament semifinals.
Before Ohio’s game against Kent State in the quarterfinals of the Mid-American Conference Tournament, Ohio coach Jeff Boals did not know what to expect.
Ohio’s long-awaited rematch against Kent State is here. After their final regular season game against the Golden Flashes on March 2 was canceled due to COVID-19 issues, the Bobcats have the rematch they’ve been waiting for.
It's MAC Tournament week, and J.L., Jack, Tee and special guest Ohio women's basketball beat writer Scott Thomas have all you need to know for Ohio's quarterfinal matchups.
Wilson’s commitment to perfection at James Madison paid off in Athens.
Eight teams, three days. How will the Bobcats make it?
COVID-19, injuries and a tough schedule has forced the Bobcats to elevate.
Necessary Roughness: Ohio looks to bounce back against Kent State, women's basketball anticipates return to the court
With only one more week till the MAC Tournament, J.L., Jack and Tee discuss what Ohio's men's and women's basketball team needs to do to be sharp for tournament play.
Ohio just received a 20-point wake-up call.
The Mid-American Conference released the full 12-game schedules for each of its teams on Friday. Kickoff times have yet to be announced.
Ben Vander Plas paced himself as he walked off the court. The junior recorded his 1,000th career point only 30 minutes prior and he wanted to drink in the atmosphere. He looked up and around to see the small clusters of fans peppered throughout The Convo congratulating him.
For the second time in three days, Ohio was back in The Convo. As part of its adjusted schedule that stuffed three makeup games into one week, Ohio showed it wasn’t slowing down after Tuesday.
Jason Preston and Dwight Wilson hung back and watched their teammates warm up for Ohio’s first game in three weeks. Neither were moving around much. The pair stood on the half-court line wearing sweatpants and long-sleeve Ohio shirts. Wilson had sustained a minor injury earlier that week, and Preston was not cleared to play until Ohio’s game against Eastern Michigan at the earliest.
For three weeks, Ohio was forced to halt basketball operations due to COVID-19. This meant no practice, no conditioning and little, if any, face-to-face interactions. Ohio had to face Akron, a team near the top of the Mid-American Conference, in its first game back in The Convo.
J.L., Jack and Tee discuss Ohio's return to the court following a three-week COVID-forced break.
The Mid-American Conference announced Wednesday that Ohio would add three games to its schedule. The games were all originally supposed to be played in the past two weeks, but were postponed following Ohio shutting down basketball activities due to contact tracing issues.