Few things are as captivating as pure sport. Walk-off home runs, last-second touchdowns and overtime buzzer beaters provide endless fodder for fans and media alike. Nothing satisfies the armchair quarterback's soul like the retelling of yesteryear's gridiron glories.
Ohio wrestling clinched a share of the Mid-American Conference regular season championship after a 28-9 win against Eastern Michigan yesterday at The Convo.
With the Mid-American Conference Championships just around the corner, the Rick Meindl Last Call was supposed to be little more than a tune-up meet for Bobcats. If their first-place finish at Capital Saturday is any indication, the squad is up and running better than ever.
A change came over the Ohio Bobcats with 10 minutes to go against Buffalo, not only in their play, but also in how the team dealt with closing out a game.
For six months, Ohio hockey has physically conditioned itself in order to win in crunch time. Now with the regular season finished, the Bobcats will try to prepare themselves mentally for the postseason.
Every day since Ohio's last match, Joel Greenlee has thought about the possibility of his team winning a Mid-American Conference title. Not winning one in 10 years will do that to a coach.
Last season, Ohio was swept in its season finale —its seniors’ last memories of Bird Arena tarnished as a result.
Even as he hobbled on his ankle, D.J. Cooper had the strength to carry his team on his back.
Editor's note: This is the first of a three-part series about the use of social media in Ohio Athletics. Posts have been taken unedited from Twitter and Facebook and might contain grammatical errors.
Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part series about the hockey team — ranked No. 3 in the American Collegiate Hockey Association — and its top line of Nick Rostek, Michael Schultz and now Jared Fuhs.