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Bobcat Sports Showcase host Morgan Overbey sat down with men's basketball reporter Chuck Walter for an update on Ohio men's basketball so far in the 2014-15 season.

The Bobcats are experiencing the intensity of the MAC, after a 0-3 start in the conference. The 'Cats talked to The Bobcat Sports Showcase about the challenges of their conference.

Missing the presence of important team leader Destiny Tabler due to injury, the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers (3-11, 3-7 TVC-Hocking) fell to the South Gallia Rebels (4-9, 2-7 TVC-Hocking) at home this Thursday by a score of 56-49.

Thursday night the River Valley Lady Raiders (5-8) travelled to Albany and fell to the Alexander Lady Spartans (10-4) 50-34.

It was déjà vu for the Trimble Tomcats as they repeated their success over the Wahama White Flacons with a 47-18 win on Thursday night.

Senior forward Jay Elliot is reportedly no longer with the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes basketball program. A source close to the team that did not want to be named stated that this leave came following a game against Southern on Dec. 23.

T.J. Carrie. Mike Mitchell. Eric Herman.  

Those three guys are just a few of the several former Bobcats that have made it into the NFL since Frank Solich took over in 2005, and the number continues to grow each year as the Bobcats churn out more prospects each year. 

It’s difficult to hang with, let alone defeat one of the conference’s best scoring teams when  two of a team’s top three players get in foul trouble, and Ohio (5-9, 0-3) experienced it firsthand in its 80-73 loss to Toledo (10-6, 2-1) Wednesday.

The Ohio Bobcats soared past the Eastern Michigan Eagles 82-59 in a win that puts the Green and White at 12-3 on the year and 3-1 in the Mid-American Conference.

An appeals court has upheld a Portage County judge’s ruling against former Ohio University basketball standout Geno Ford over a breach of contract with Kent State University.

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