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Ohio’s special teams group doesn’t look too different from last year, but it did have a key loss.
With Ohio’s struggles on defense last season, what can fans expect from the defense this year?
An essential part of Ohio’s defense in 2021 was its linebackers, and that is no different this season. The linebackers made a good number of Ohio’s stops, and it will be relying on them again this season.
Ohio has had a lot to work on and adapt over the offseason, including its defense. Its defensive line looks a little different this year but has the same goal: keep Ohio from getting down in games and help the team hold on to its leads.
A long season means time to learn, adapt and grow.
On this week's episode of 'Yes Ma'am,' hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria wrap up the year.
The streets of Athens are engraved into some of A.J. Rausch’s earliest memories. The first time he stepped onto the mahogany bricks as a child, Ohio felt like a second home to him.
Ohio and Marshall will face off for the second time this season. This time, Ohio will not have a home field advantage.
Midway through game one of its doubleheader against Toledo on Sunday, Ohio needed a change. Jacob Tate had pitched through the first four innings, and he was succumbing to fatigue. The redshirt sophomore struggled to center the ball over the plate.
The Bobcats have their work cut out for them again.
On this week's episode of 'Yes Ma'am,' hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria give an update on Ohio sports and discuss the latest with the NFL’s Rooney Rule.
The Southeastern Ohio community has given so much to the hockey program over the past few years. And on Sunday, Ohio was able to give back.
Ohio is rolling through Mid-American Conference play.
On this week's episode of 'Yes Ma'am,’ hosts Ashley, Maria and Molly give a quick update on Ohio sports and take a stab at filling out their own women's March Madness bracket.
There was no obstacle Ohio (10-7, 4-2 Mid-American Conference) couldn’t handle Sunday.
Although it was cloudy and cold Saturday at Bob Wren Stadium, Mason Minzey was on fire.
All good things must come to an end.
Hockey: Ohio stuns Minot State 3-2 in second round of American Collegiate Hockey Association tournament
Ohio is heading to the quarterfinals.