From a third straight bowl win to a four-point comeback, here are Ohio’s most memorable sports moments from 2019-2020.
Although some of their best players have graduated, the Bobcats have a strong roster to replace them.
Ohio is hoping to grow after one of its best seasons in nearly a decade.
The Bobcats are building off an impressive 2019-20 as they head toward the upcoming season.
The 2020 is over but in 2021, Ohio will make its dreams come true.
When the Bobcats retake the court, whether that be in 2020 or not, it will be all or nothing.
After the departure of greats like Nathan Rourke and Javon Hagan, the Bobcats have to reevaluate the talent in their locker room.
Dorsey reflected on her time at Ohio and her life in medical school during a Q&A with the Mid-American Conference.
The Mid American Conference plans on making major changes to its basketball structure and eliminating postseason tournaments from eight sports in 2021.
Fans may have a chance to suit up for the Copperheads in 2020.
The former Bobcat found a home in the CFL.
Austen Pleasants and Javon Hagan were signed as undrafted are agents following the 2020 NFL Draft.
Springs, a forward, has transferred to Kennesaw State.
The wide receiver has one year left to take a leap he thought he’d make last season.
Ohio signed two transfers and one freshman during the late signing period.
After leading Ohio running backs in touchdowns last season, Tuggle is hungry for more work.
Here are five players who could be set for bigger roles with the Bobcats next season.
The NCAA has granted spring-sport seniors an additional year of eligibility.
The best moments from the men’s 2019 basketball season.
The Bobcats didn’t learn about the cancellation until most were heading to Bird Arena for practice Thursday afternoon.