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Since Frank Solich was named Ohio's coach in 2005, the number of former Bobcats making it in professional football has seemingly increased every year. 

The 2014 season hasn’t exactly gone the way Devin Bass would have liked.

Bass has struggled in pass coverage for much of the season, and has become a point of criticism for Ohio fans and the media.

Through 10 years in Southeast Ohio, Frank Solich has transformed the Bobcats into a winning program.

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Not much is to be said about this week’s TVC-Hocking clash between Wahama and Trimble. Everyone knows what this game means: a rivalry, the league title potentially on the line, and a chance for Wahama to redeem itself after last year’s 12-7 loss to Trimble, the team’s sole conference loss.

It’s the game where one of southeastern Ohio’s premier teams will face one of the northeast Ohio’s best: It’s Athens versus Steubenville.

This season the Point Pleasant Big Blacks are on a five-game winning streak to begin the season and are looking to keep the streak going on Friday night against Parkersburg South.

Sheridan’s dominant defense versus Maysville’s high-octane offense: something has got to give.

Conference play is set to begin in the SEOAL and the Jackson Ironmen and Warren Warriors are no strangers to each other’s company.

The sole possession of second place in the TVC-Ohio is on the line Friday night, as the Meigs Marauders (3-2, 2-0) travel to Nelsonville-York to take on the Buckeyes (3-2, 1-0).

The halfway mark of the 2014 season has come and gone and there have been no conference games in the SEOAL up to this point. That will all change this Friday, however, when conference play begins for four out of the five teams in the SEOAL.

1.) Trimble Tomcats (5-0, 4-0)

1.) Athens Bulldogs (5-0, 2-0)

1) Point Pleasant Big Blacks (5-0)

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