The Post Sports staffers attempt to predict Saturday's game against Eastern Illinois.
We asked wide receiver Sebastian Smith 20 questions to get to know why he wears No. 6, where he likes to eat and more.
Freshman walk-on running back A.J. Ouellette received a surprise scholarship following summer camp, but finds himself atop the Bobcats running backs one month later.
Despite entering the year with a new offensive unit, the Bobcats’ offense has flip-flopped more than it should have.
Depth is now more critical than ever for Ohio, especially with the injury to Derrius Vick.
The Bobcats may have lost two straight, but don’t give up hope yet
Chad Lindskog, Sports Editor (2-1)Ohio 35, Idaho 17“The Bobcats score early and often enough that students leave after halftime to pregame in their dorm rooms.”Alex Busch, Asst. Sports Editor (2-1)Ohio 35, Idaho 21“For the first time in four weeks the Bobcats will put together four quarters of consistent play on both sides of the ball, frustrating Idaho’s youngsters at QB and WR.”Luke O’Roark, Staff Writer (3-0)Ohio 30, Idaho 17“Ohio’s offense has been struggling, but the Vandals are just too abysmal to lose to.”Charlie Hatch, Staff Writer (2-1)Ohio 38, Idaho 17“This was scheduled as a must-win game and Frank Solich makes sure it happens in the home opener.”Andy Kovar, Staff Writer (3-0)Ohio 31, Idaho 10“The offense finally finds a groove as a homecoming proves to be exactly what the doctor orders for the Bobcats.”Tony Wolfe, Staff Writer (1-1)Ohio 41, Idaho 10“Ohio has an important chance to recover following a tough loss to Marshall. Idaho is just the kind of team to allow the Bobcats to regain some confidence.”
‘Hard-nosed’ newcomers and veterans bring big-play potential for Ohio at the wide receiver position