Time after time, the Bobcats had the ball with a chance to take the lead or tie the game, and time after time they squandered the opportunity.
Come 2013, the Ohio men’s basketball team will be sporting some size in the paint.
In the only home meet of the season, both Bobcat cross country teams are excited for the challenge of competing on their own course in the annual Ohio Invitational.
With a 3-0 start, Ohio is finally earning a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T. But one important letter is missing from that word: “W.”
Ice hockey has its power play. Field hockey has its penalty corner.
Training rooms in The Convo are getting a facelift that should be completed in time for basketball season.
As if the pressure of the start of the conference season weren’t enough, the 2010 Mid-American Conference championship team will be honored this weekend during the MAC opener against rival Bowling Green
He toes the turf, takes three precise paces backward and two careful steps to his left. He clears his mind.
As the tsunami that is conference realignment continues to rage among college football’s power schools, it is beginning to ripple through smaller conferences.
Under the tagline “Decade of Dominance,” members of Ohio’s volleyball team have pressure to continue what other players before them have started.
The Mid-American Conference had a rough week in football action, as eight of nine teams lost games to non-conference opponents.
It’s not often that a team turns the ball over four times and still wins the turnover battle, but that was the case Friday night as Athens used a dominate rushing attack to defeat Chillicothe 28-14.
Despite competing against top-ranked Georgetown, the Ohio women’s cross country team finished strong in Saturday’s Harry Groves Spiked Shoe Invitational.