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The bond between teammates is strong. After all, players and coaches spend hundreds of hours together during the season. But what if that relationship started at birth? Meet twin soccer sisters Remi and Toye Famodu. They come from a soccer-crazy family in Minnesota, and now they play together at Ohio.
Volleyball seniors Katie Post and Nicole Staverman are very different in stature. Post is a 6'3" outside hitter and Staverman, a defensive specialist or libero, stands 5'7". But regardless of their physical differences, the two have been roommates since freshman year and are very close friends. They were kind enough to let The Showcase in… Read More
Seemingly for the first time in the Frank Solich era, Ohio football has a bonafide starting quarterback. No committees, no sharing time, no doubt. Tyler Tettleton won the starting quarterback job in spring practice and has continued strong play through fall training camp and into the first game of the 2011 season, completing 16 of… Read More
If you have ever traveled for a vacation then you know the fun is only had once you get to your destination. The planning, preparing, packing and traveling are far from a vacation. In fact, these stressors are what make vacations so enjoyable. Ohio’s first Director of Football Operations Jason Grooms has been planning the… Read More
Last year, New Mexico State's defense gave up 207 rushing yards per game. In the 2011 season opener, Ohio got that number and then some. The 'Cats, led by an all-around offensive domination, beat the Aggies 44-24 and won their season opener for the second straight season. Quarterback Tyler Tettleton, making his first career start,… Read More
Ohio University kicks off a new school year Tuesday. Students will go to classes where books and lectures are still the dominant tools of the trade for faculty members. But many students will not be happy about that. They like technology for learning, according to Eugene Geist, a teacher education professor at Ohio University. Geist… Read More
Ohio used a balanced rushing attack, gaining 241 yards, and its defense held New Mexico State in check for a 44-24 victory in the teams' season opener. Donte Harden led Ohio with 81 yards on 15 carries and quarterback Tyler Tettleton ran for 42 yards and two TDs. Tettleton took over the game in the… Read More