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BUFFALO, N.Y. — Follow The Post's live blog for complete coverage of Saturday's game between the Ohio Bobcats and Buffalo Bulls.
A mouth guard can be replaced for about $3. But how do you replace a nose guard?
Ohio won a critical game against Kent State Saturday but lost a critical Huynh in the process.
OHIO Football: Bobcats vs. Kent State Golden Flashes
When life gave Derek Roback lemons, he did what every good quarterback does.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. —
With a 3-0 start, Ohio is finally earning a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T. But one important letter is missing from that word: “W.”
He toes the turf, takes three precise paces backward and two careful steps to his left. He clears his mind.
Ohio is in unfamiliar territory after its latest blowout win. But unfamiliar is not to be confused with uncomfortable.
From offensive production to defensive suppression, Ohio made the most of its game plan in a 44-7 walloping of Marshall on Saturday.
OHIO Football: Bobcats vs. Marshall Thundering Herd
Ohio and Marshall share an Appalachian heritage, have green and white as their school colors, and developed a rivalry during 23 years in the Mid-American Conference.
What a difference 5 yards makes.
Bricks are a tradition in Athens. They are a curse in basketball.
In a backward game at Peden Stadium, the ’Cats beat the ’Dogs, the visiting quarterback threw nearly half of his completions to the wrong team, and in the end, Gardner got hosed.
Frank Solich remembers some of his 99 wins as a head coach