Almost 50 games into the MLB season, the Cleveland Indians continue to baffle fans, writers, analysts — and especially other teams — by having the best record in the league. The Tribe has scored the second-most runs in the American League, and its biggest spring training problem area, the pitching staff, has allowed an AL-low run total.
Ohio is scheduling to gain wins by playing more mid-major opponents, but other Mid-American Conference teams are carrying out a different modus operandi.
Finding a strategy for success in college football begins long before the opening kickoff, two-a-days and even recruitment. It begins when scheduling non-conference opponents.
Forget their North Face jackets or popped collars. The thing that Joe Carbone dislikes about Miami the most is its mascot.
Only a few more days remain for the field hockey team’s coaching staff to check off final assessments of the players before the Bobcats depart for the summer offseason to work on their own.
Rap artist B.o.B will pay Ohio Athletics for space — a “green” room, so to speak — to prepare for his Convocation Center concert.
After 464 wins in 24 years with the Bobcats, former coach Bob Wren was immortalized in 1997 with a ballpark in his name.
Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series about serious injuries on Ohio’s athletic teams
As if this weekend’s series against Miami didn’t pose enough of a challenge, things just became a little more difficult for the Bobcats.
Outside of Halloween parties and Foot Locker stores, referees generally are not highly esteemed — sometimes for good reason. But before throwing (another) temper tantrum and/or beer at that TV you can’t afford to replace, take a moment to think about what you can expect from the men in stripes, navy blue or, in the NBA’s case, gray.
After mounting one magical comeback after another throughout the weekend, there were no rabbits left for the Bobcats to pull out of their hats in the deciding games Sunday afternoon.