College sports have been a part of American culture for more than 100 years. From the first college football game played between Rutgers and Princeton in 1869, fans have flocked to stadiums and arenas to watch student-athletes play games.
In a year that saw several programs reach new heights, Ohio athletic teams improved in their overall performance against Mid-American Conference opponents.
Everything about Los Angeles screams of showbiz. It’s the home of models and movie stars, the posh and the powerful. Perhaps the city has the greatest disparity between the uber-wealthy and the poorest of the poor in the country.
The road to a Mid-American Conference baseball championship ends in Avon, Ohio, but that path also goes through Kent.
Hang in there, Ohio University students. You only have three more weeks of classes and exams before that beautiful horizon called “summer” arrives. Here are four positive stories to get you through your Wednesday.
While several Bobcat teams have seen an increase in wins this year, Ohio Athletics officials have reported a decrease in NCAA infractions.
The NCAA has released little news this year about changes to its bylaws, but the Bobcats are expecting to hear some good news next month.
A.J. Strum and the city of Detroit were never on the same page. Detroit had its Lions, but Strum followed his hometown Pittsburgh Steelers. During his career, Ohio’s football team lost all three of its games at Ford Field.