Ohio’s pitching staff is at the forefront of a litany of concerns.
2 hours, 14 minutes, 38 seconds.
The cherry blossoms lining the Hocking River signal that spring has sprung in Athens.
Spring and the promise of warm weather threatens to break the vice grip winter has held on Athens for quite some time.
Ohio freshman second baseman Nate Squires’s hat blew in shallow right field, adding comic relief to an otherwise dismal game for the Bobcats.
MAC Tournament: Akron moves on to seventh straight MAC title game after defeat of archrival Kent StateBy Nick Robbe | Mar. 14, 2013
CLEVELAND — The scrum for the Mid-American Conference’s automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament has been raging for three days.
Recruiting websites arm giddy fans with knowledge and, at best, a murky photo of what the future holds for their respective teams. Player ratings shouldn’t be taken at face value because one who doesn’t receive high marks could turn out better than expected. The opposite can ring true as well.
The Rob Smith era of Ohio baseball is only five games old. With such a small sampling size, it’s hard to craft a perspective of the team’s prospects.
The fax machines started early Wednesday morning to signal one of the most anticipated dates on the college football offseason calendar.