Monday night I was sitting in my dorm enjoying the Warriors take on the Kings in the first round of the NBA playoffs and thought to myself, wow, this is some amazing basketball. Then I realized that the game I was watching essentially has no meaning.
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Ohio took down rival Miami 13-10 at Bob Wren Stadium in the most exciting game of Ohio’s season. Going into the eighth, Ohio was down 10-3, but just like it has all season, Ohio found a way.
Ohio (13-16, 11-4 Mid-American Conference) has been enjoying a hot streak in MAC games of late with back-to-back weekend sweeps of Toledo and Eastern Michigan.
The Bobcats are a force in the Mid-American Conference, however, there has been one constant: the Bobcats can’t win midweek games.
We've talked about a lot of stuff in this column, and I hope you have taken something away from what I've written. I also hope it makes you think about a complex topic within the sports world that needs changing.
Everybody has heard of Jackie Robinson. If you follow baseball, you’ve probably heard of Satchel Paige. But what about players like Hank Thompson, Buck O’Neil and Rube Foster? Most have never heard these names.
Dillon Masters has proven himself to be a trusted reliever out of Ohio's bullpen; however, it took some time for him to earn that trust. As a transfer who had limited innings over the past few years, Masters was a risk. However, it was one Ohio is glad it took.
Ohio will be looking for some revenge Tuesday night when it hosts Morehead State at Bob Wren Stadium, a team that beat it 19-14 in late March.
After a thrilling comeback victory on Saturday, Ohio had all the momentum it needed going into Sunday’s doubleheader against Eastern Michigan. The Bobcats swept the doubleheader and the series, completing its first sweep of the season.
Ohio won a thriller versus Eastern Michigan on Saturday night at Bob Wren Stadium in the first of a three-game weekend series.
I have a love-hate relationship with the Cincinnati Reds.
The ceremonial Picklefest horn blared through the walls of Bagel Street Deli as students, community members and all people who are a fan of weird watched 15 brave contestants take on the annual pickle-eating challenge referred to as Picklefest.
If you’ve been reading this column up to this point you may have noticed that a lot of what I talk about here is football, which I do love. However, over the next couple months it will officially be baseball season, and baseball is my true passion.
Ohio will head back to the state of Kentucky once again for a middle-of-the-week matchup. This time, at Morehead State. Ohio will look to have a little more success in the Bluegrass state this week compared to its 9-2 loss to Kentucky.
When Ohio took on Central Michigan Sunday, Dillon Masters was one of the only bright spots in a rough game that the Bobcats went on to lose 10-6.
For the second straight day at Bob Wren Stadium, Ohio took on Central Michigan in a climate that is just about as far from “baseball weather” that one can possibly get.
Ohio is coming off of a dreadful weekend where it dropped three-straight games against Southern Illinois and then a mid-week matchup with Kentucky. Ohio (2-9) will attempt to get back on track with its first Mid-American Conference weekend series of the year.
For some of us, baseball is a beautiful game that’s perfection needs no altering. The crack of the bat, the pop of a catcher's mitt, the smells of freshly cut grass and hot dogs wafting through the warm summer air. It’s all a baseball purist could ever ask for.
Ohio wrapped up a two-day, three-game series with Southern Illinois on Sunday where Ohio was unable to pick up a win, going 0-3.