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Ohio is still a long way from success.
LAFAYETTE, La. — Kurtis Rourke wheeled out to his right and pitched the ball to De’Montre Tuggle along the sideline. The ball bobbled in Tuggle’s hands for a moment before being dropped and scooped up by Louisiana safety Bralen Trahan.
LAFAYETTE, La. — Ohio headed into Thursday as the underdog against Louisiana. If it wanted to pull out a win, Ohio needed to make drastic improvements to a struggling defense and an offense that can’t find an identity.
LAFAYETTE, La. — Ohio is 0-2 this season. Its first two games have fostered doubts on how well it will fare in its remaining nonconference schedule.
After two weeks at home, Ohio heads to Cajun Field for its first road game of the season against Louisiana.
Things have not gone Ohio’s way. It’s 0-2 to begin the season for the first time since 2008, and it struggled to contend with Duquesne on Saturday.
What can $420,000 afford? For Ohio, it can front the tab for its biggest embarrassment in recent memory.
The Bobcats hobbled off the field, deflated. Some held their arms over their heads in disbelief, others hung their heads and stared into the turf. Meanwhile, the Dukes jumped and hollered in the end zone and along the sideline. A two-point conversion attempt by Kurtis Rourke intended for Ryan Luehrman had been broken up in the bottom left corner of the end zone.
Ohio’s rough start extends another week.
Ohio hasn’t faced a Football Championship Subdivision opponent in two years. That will change when it hosts Duquesne at Peden Stadium for what will be its final home game until Oct. 9.
After a rough start to its season, Ohio will remain in Peden Stadium for its second nonconference game on its schedule where it’ll host Duquesne.
Ohio dropped its season opener to Syracuse on Saturday at Peden Stadium. It didn’t score a single touchdown even when given opportunities, and the defense failed to put a meaningful stop to Syracuse’s running corps.
Ohio is off to a rough start.
Tim Albin’s face was red as he sat at the table in the conference room of Peden Stadium. Despite the circumstances, he tried to stay positive. His first game as Ohio’s new coach had just ended in a 29-9 loss to Syracuse, and no one was feeling positive.
Ohio’s season opener ended in disappointment as it lost 29-9 to Syracuse in Peden Stadium on Saturday night. The game was expected to be a close contest but Ohio struggled to hold back Syracuse’s offense and failed to reach the endzone.
Tim Albin has been Ohio’s coach for less than two months after former coach Frank Solich retired in mid-July. Saturday is Albin’s first game at the helm, and he gets to lead the Bobcats for the first time in Peden Stadium.
Ohio begins its 2021 season Saturday night when it hosts Syracuse at Peden Stadium. It will be Ohio’s first time hosting its season opener at night since 2017. Syracuse is coming off a dismal 2020 season and Ohio is preparing for its first game under the leadership of coach Tim Albin.
Ron Collins treats his film sessions like a classroom. As Ohio’s defensive coordinator and safeties coach, he expects his players to be studying often and taking copious notes. Occasionally, he’ll peer into notebooks and see who’s been writing the most.
The Mid-American Conference released its preseason coaches poll Tuesday morning, and the Bobcats were selected to finish third in the MAC East Division for the second consecutive season.