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Coach John Groce demands toughness from his squad regardless of the venue, but Ohio’s rebounding performance Wednesday surpassed his expectations.
Ohio successfully used a two-game losing streak as a red cloak to escape with a critical win against Buffalo last month. But now the Bulls know better, and they will be charging again Wednesday night.
Junior point guard D.J. Cooper is an unquestioned leader for the Bobcats. So much so that his understudy, freshman Stevie Taylor, refers to him as the “floor general” when he’s on the court.
Without any TV coverage, the “Bobcat Blackout” scheduled for Saturday turned out to be more ironic than many had hoped.
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If a falcon and a bobcat were to fight, there wouldn’t be anything pretty about it, and toughness would determine the victor. That also was true Wednesday night at The Convo, as Ohio gutted out a critical win against visiting Bowling Green.
Since 1924, Ohio has only had four head baseball coaches. But a fifth will lead the team onto the turf at Bob Wren Stadium starting in 2013.
Joe Carbone has gotten lots of notes in the mail recently. But those notes aren’t valentines, and his birthday isn’t until May 16 — ironically, the day before his final series against rival Miami begins.
Regardless of how long a couple has been together, Valentine’s Day is a national celebration of all things cute, sappy and romantic. From the chocolate to the overpriced roses and the “Sorry I couldn’t think of anything original to say” greeting cards, Feb. 14 is unavoidable — including for professional sports teams.
Apparently, the weather is not the only thing that tends to go cold when Ohio travels northwest.
In order to rebound from a tough loss, Ohio will have to — well, rebound.
Ohio forwards Ivo Baltic and Reggie Keely are among some of the tallest students at Ohio University. But when it comes to the hardwood in the Mid-American Conference, they have plenty of company.
The Bobcats are hoping to attack the glass and that their six-game win streak does not hit a glass ceiling in the Glass City Wednesday night.
The only thing more prolific than Ohio’s 3-point offense Saturday was its five-star defense.
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The past few years, a win was a win for the Bobcats. But with 18 victories in 22 games this season, some wins stand out as more impressive than others.
Ohio football recruiting coordinator Brian Haines walked into the National Signing Day news conference with a smile on his face. He exhaled, joked a bit and admitted he was glad the recruiting season was over.
The best part about sports is the stories they create. Every David who beats Goliath gives us chills. Each championship brings tears or jubilation or frustration. But more than anything else, sports are about people.
Football coach Frank Solich received an early Christmas gift last year with his first bowl win for the Bobcats. Wednesday, he will receive a late holiday present: written commitments from a talented recruiting class on National Signing Day.