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Showcase reporter Pat Chiesa takes a look at an often-overlooked element to a wide receiver’s job: route running. Bobcat receiver Donte’ Foster even gives Chiesa a firsthand example of how to run his favorite route at the reporter’s expense.
A magical undefeated season, one that was ripe with promise, stunningly came to a screeching halt on one final play. In the 89th “Battle of the Bricks,” Miami came up with one of the most surprising wins in the rivalry, upsetting the 24-ranked Bobcats 23-20 on a late 31-yard field goal from Kaleb Carpenter…. Read More
It’s been two months since I arrived in Switzerland. We have completed our preseason and got our championship games in full swing. Although things have not gone how we had hoped at the beginning, we are piecing things together one game at a time and learning how to play with each other better every match…. Read More
On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Doug McCabe talks with Honors Tutorial College (HTC) junior Eric Burke about techniques used in tracing genealogy. Burke, a veteran, focuses his HTC studies on the Civil War and often utilizes various genealogical methods to conduct his research. McCabe and Burke discuss where to start a… Read More
Despite cooler temperatures and drizzling rain, thousands of costumed revelers poured into town and onto Court Street for Athens' annual Halloween Block Party. (PHOTOS)
The opening round of the Mid-American Conference tournament was a career game for Ohio goalie Mattie Liston, but her efforts were not enough to save the team’s season, as the Bobcats fell to Miami, 1-0. Liston had a staggering 15 saves – seven in the first half, but it was the early shot by Miami’s… Read More
Ohio wrestling hosted the Green and White Intrasquad meet Sunday at the Convo. Though only an exhibition, it marked the beginning of what could be a promising season for the Bobcats. A young squad last year, carrying only three seniors on the squad, Ohio finished with a team record of 5-7, and finished fourth in… Read More
The Eastern Michigan Eagles handed the Ohio Bobcats a season-opening defeat on Saturday at the Ohio University Aquatic Center after winning the last six events of the meet to finish with a 168-132 score on the afternoon. Ohio’s 200 Medley Relay team of Rachel Stearns, Anastasia Bocharnikova, Addison Ferguson and Lauren Funk started off strong… Read More
Women The Ohio University women’s cross country team capped one of its most successful regular seasons to date with a third place team finish in the MAC championships on Saturday in Buffalo, New York. Ohio achieved the top-three finish by placing four runners in the top 15. This includes junior Julie Accurso, who took first… Read More
Super heros, Lego men, movie characters and Beanie Babies roamed the streets of Athens Saturday night during the annual Halloween block party, on an evening Athens officials are saying was "relatively calm." The Athens Police Department alone still made 49 arrests from Saturday night to early Sunday and 15 arrests from Friday night to early… Read More
With the regular season in the books, it is now time to focus on the postseason. The OHSAA has released the final playoff computer rankings. The top eight in each region qualify for the playoffs. Five teams from the MVL, SEOAL, TVC-Hocking and TVC-Ohio will be playing in Week 11. After finishing the season… Read More
Ohio head coach Frank Solich answers questions from the media following his team’s 23-20 loss to the Miami RedHawks at Yager Stadium in Oxford, Ohio. The loss marked Ohio’s first defeat at the hands of Miami since 2005.
Captains Tyler Tettleton and Gerald Moore and redshirt junior linebacker Keith Moore answer questions from the media following Ohio’s 23-20 loss to Miami University in “The Battle of the Bricks.” The RedHawks’ win was their first over Ohio since 2005.