Ohio point guard D.J. Cooper was recently named one of the top 100 college basketball players in America by CBSSports.com.
It’s that time of the year again for Ohio football.
The atmosphere was festive. The stadium was packed. The crowd was raucous. Yes, it was a homecoming celebration. But no, it wasn’t at Ohio University.
Immediately after Ohio’s loss to Ball State Saturday, the easy question to ask was, “What if?”
Jen McGill is restless.
Close games between Mid-American Conference rivals highlighted week eight of the college football season.
Everything seemed to come together tonight for a certain Athens-area high school football team. It wasn’t the Alexander Spartans.
A trio of turnovers and a missed field goal attempt late in the game were too much for Ohio to overcome in a Homecoming Weekend loss to Ball State.
When Ohio played — and beat — Central Michigan a week ago, the matchup featured the top two teams in the Mid-American Conference. With Kent State visiting Athens today, the teams are different but the story is the same.
The Athens-area high-school football teams are at varying points on the road to the postseason.