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Matt Weller’s game-winning extra point against Utah State in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl gave Ohio a valuable victory: the first bowl win in school history and the first 10-win season in more than four decades.
The Mid-American Conference announced today that Bowling Green will change divisions for football only in 2012 to accommodate the addition of the University of Massachusetts to the conference.
Ohio accomplished more in 2011 than in any of its previous 115 years of football, and that success makes expectations for the 2012 season very lofty.
As 2010 came to a close, coach Frank Solich and his staff had not met several of their team’s preseason goals. Even with a senior quarterback and a seasoned defensive unit, the Bobcats could not wrap up a Mid-American Conference East Division title or a bowl win.
Follow The Post's live blog of Monday night's men's basketball game between the Ohio Bobcats and the Robert Morris Colonials. With a win, the Bobcats would improve to 13-1 for the first time in school history.
Ohio survived a second-half scare by Kennesaw State Friday night, but even the scariest of the Bobcats’ contests this year are no more hair-raising than the cheapest of horror flicks compared to previous seasons.
Ohio visited Northern Iowa hoping to escape with a win. By the end of the game, the home team just wanted to escape with some dignity.
BOISE, Idaho — The Post is live from Bronco Stadium for the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. The Bobcats are looking for their first bowl win in school history, and Utah State hopes to break an 18-year bowl-win draught. The game begins at 5:30 Eastern time on ESPN.
BOISE, Idaho — Listen to The Post's podcast previewing Saturday's matchup between the Bobcats and the Aggies. Ohio seeks its first postseason win in program history, and Utah State is looking for its first bowl victory since 1993.
BOISE, Idaho — After a few last-ditch laterals from Utah State, Ohio’s Octavius Leftwich grabbed the football out of the air and fell to the ground as his overjoyed teammates rushed onto the field.
As much as he trusts his starters, coach John Groce must love putting Stevie Taylor, Nick Goff, Kenny Belton, David McKinley and Ethan Jacobs on the floor at the same time.
After decades of frustration, the Bobcats were 30 minutes away from claiming their first Mid-American Conference title in 43 years.
DETROIT — Ohio faces Northern Illinois at Ford Field with a Mid-American Conference title on the line. The game is billed as a contest between two of the league's best quarterbacks, and the defense that most effectively shuts down the opposing passer might have an edge. Follow along and chime in with any comments or questions.
It’s been 43 years and nine days since Ohio last won a Mid-American Conference football championship. But the long wait might be over in a matter of hours.
Erin Bailes probably would have been happy to skip halftime Wednesday and to keep playing for another 20 minutes. But at some point, someone might have had to call the Athens Fire Department if her shot did not cool off.
Follow all of the action through The Post's live blog. With a Mid-American Conference East Division title already in its back pocket, Ohio can play for bragging rights and bowl positioning against Miami Tuesday night at Peden Stadium.
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — With Ohio in the divisional driver’s seat, Tyler Tettleton accelerated Ohio’s offense, Noah Keller applied the brake to Bowling Green’s attack, and Matt Keller proved to be Mr. Clutch.
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — Follow The Post's liveblog coverage of Wednesday night's football game between the Ohio Bobcats and the Bowling Green Falcons. With a win and a Miami loss, Ohio will wrap up a Mid-American Conference East Division title.
The last time Ohio played on ESPN, the team earned a share of the Mid-American Conference East Division lead. The next time the Bobcats take the national stage, they might claim the crown for good.