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Ohio Football Releases 2013 Schedule

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Ohio football officially announced its 2013 schedule earlier today, which features four games on the ESPN family of networks. The most challenging game on the schedule for Frank Solich and the 'Cats will undoubtedly be the season opener as the Green and White head to Louisville, Ky. on Aug. 31 to take on the defending… Read More

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It’s A Vintage Food Flashback

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Are you struggling for a fresh idea on what to serve for dinner tonight or breakfast tomorrow?  Well, why don’t we step back in time and see what’s cookin’! Of all the fabulous wholesome food my Grandma made for us, the vitamins and supplements, the homemade whole wheat bread, fresh cow’s milk…I must confess that… Read More

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OU Top Leaders Discuss Guaranteed Tuition


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Ohio University's current tuition structure could be heading for a complete overhaul. University President Roderick McDavis says top administrators are in the process of creating a proposal for implementing a guaranteed tuition structure. Guaranteed tuition is when institutions lock in a tuition rate for a student's four years of instruction. McDavis says this program has… Read More

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Podcast: Ohio Opens March At Bowling Green


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It has been awhile since the Bobcats experienced a two-game losing streak. They have to go back all the way to mid-December when they lost to Winthrop and Massachusetts. Now, the Bobcats head into this weekend riding a similar losing streak, with losses to Belmont and Akron. Ohio has had eight losses this season, matching… Read More

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Athens Boys Move On

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Athens is moving on to the District Finals after they had a hot second half to defeat Chillicothe, winning by a final score of 59-49. This game wasn't all Bulldogs the whole time, as they trailed by 13 after two quarters. They had a breakthrough with a 31-point fourth quarter that sealed the deal.  … Read More