It wasn't about what Dayton did Friday night, it was about what Ohio didn't do.
Leaving at Halftime Episode 41.
The freshman didn't learn he would start until the day before the season opener, but he made the most of his opportunity.
Block isn't breaking any high jump records, but his IQ allows him to play as much as someone who does.
He's one of the best shooters in school history, and Saul Phillips wants him to become one of the better scorers, too.
The Bobcats know who they've lost. Those who remain think they can accomplish what the others couldn't.
His goal was to get in better shape for his upcoming junior season.
He could've seen playing time at lower schools, but he chose Ohio over minutes.
Leaving at Halftime episode 37.
The sophomore forward is a perfectionist in the truest sense of the word.
Men's Basketball: Freshman guard Teyvion Kirk plays like a 'bulldog' in Ohio's 80-57 win over CapitalBy Jordan Horrobin | Nov. 5, 2017
In his first college game, Kirk displayed confidence and played big minutes against Capital University.
Saul took this game seriously, Kevin Mickle broke out and the Bobcats have a brand new playing style.
It took him three tries, but he extended his basketball career.
The tools are there for Ellis Dozier — Ohio is just waiting for those tools to mesh into a productive player.
After two injury-hampered seasons, James Gollon is finally ready to contribute for Ohio.
A profile of incoming freshman Zach Butler.
Teyvion Kirk has been a competitor since his first day of practice.
Adidas, who signed an apparel contract with Ohio last year, is at the center of a NCAA men's basketball recruiting scandal
Ohio lost multiple players to transfer during the offseason, but they’ve taken a step toward retooling the roster.