The past week has been good to Ohio.
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When Ohio began the year as the preseason Mid-American Conference favorite, it was expected that a few of its in-conference competitions might result in a blowout.
Six Ohio wrestlers took to the mat on Thursday for day two of the Southern Scuffle in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Ohio will look for another strong tournament showing from its 25th ranked team this week when it heads to Chattanooga, Tenn. for the annual Southern Scuffle on Wednesday and Thursday. The Bobcats will be one of 33 teams competing in the tournament.
Ohio wrapped up the 2013 calendar year on Sunday with its longest road trip of the season, a cross-country trek to Reno, Nev. for the annual Tournament of Champions.
Following a tough road loss to Missouri last weekend, Ohio saw a chance to regain its momentum when the Bobcats came home to face Appalachian State on Sunday.
History explains that the best teams always seem to know how to step up their game at home.
Despite only being a month into the season, the Bobcats have seen several key wrestlers sidelined with minor injuries, which has made the success Ohio has already seen even more impressive.
Three weeks into the season, Ohio has seen many things go well during each competition that have made a stronger case for the Bobcats’ place in the national rankings.
Wrestling: Ohio wrestlers return from Navy Classic with two individual titles, 6th-place finish overall
Despite having a short-staffed roster, Ohio’s lack of depth didn’t excuse it from experiencing success.
Through the first two weekends of competition, Ohio has been able to live up to the lofty preseason expectations placed on the team from coaches throughout the Mid-American Conference.
Ohio got just the early-season jolt it wanted Saturday when it saw five Bobcat wrestlers place in the top five of their respective divisions at the Michigan State Open.
Ohio might not know who exactly it will see when it heads up to East Lansing, Mich., on Saturday, but it doesn’t need to know, because many wrestlers are planning for a busy day regardless.
A new year can either mean a fresh start or a chance to continue the success you had the previous year.
David Freese was the first man to touch home plate in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series on Saturday. He was an unearned run, getting to third base on a passed ball by Los Angeles Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis and subsequently scoring on a fly-out by teammate John Jay.
While the Major League Baseball playoffs are now underway, the Ohio baseball team hosted its own fall classic Saturday, welcoming former players to compete in the alumni game at Bob Wren Stadium.
The Pittsburgh Pirates’ PNC Park will host a party that’ll be tough to crash Tuesday when the Cincinnati Reds come to town for the National League Wild Card Game.