Missed opportunities galore, all of them correctable.
The Bobcats' offense, cold for the last two games, regrouped against the Huskies.
Mike Laster has worked his entire college career for the opportunity he's received this season. Saturday was another example of his work paying off.
The Bobcats fell to start MAC play Tuesday night.
Friday's game was supposed be a blowout. It was almost blown.
The Bobcats couldn't shoot most of the night — then they made their last seven shots.
Ohio didn't have enough late game heroics, and the status of two of its best players is uncertain.
Gollon has struggled with his confidence on the court this season. Sunday's performance will surely help correct that problem.
Here are three keys from Ohio's victory over Western Kentucky.
Mike Laster led the way for all scorers with 23 points as the Bobcats survived a late push from the Hilltoppers.
Just as the Bobcats' injury woes began to fade, they came back when Jordan Dartis hurt his ankle in the first minute of the second half of Thursday's game.
The Bobcats couldn't overcome the Terrapins' size on the glass.
The Bobcat offense sputtered mightily on Thursday night against Maryland.
Carter, an all-conference freshman last year, has been sidelined for a month with a lower right leg injury.
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The Bobcats turned in their best defensive performance of the season Friday.
The combination of this early development with the return of injured players could result in a higher ceiling for Ohio.
The Bobcats missed three free throws in the final minute against Iona on Tuesday night, which cost them in the high-scoring affair at The Convo.
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Five player scored in double digits, and nearly every player had a moment of stardom.