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Statement Released Regarding Officiating In Buffalo Loss

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After Ohio's 30-3 loss to Buffalo Tuesday night, Coordinator of Officials for the Collegiate Officiating Consortium Bill Carollo released a statement on Wednesday regarding two missed calls by the contests's officiating crew. The first error occurred at the beginning of the second quarter and Ohio driving in Buffalo territory. Receiver Matt Waters went down at the end of… Read More

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A Cappella Group Provides Musical Backdrop for OU-C’s Heritage Day

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Section 8, Ohio University’s original male a cappella singing group, will provide the musical entertainment during the annual Ohio University-Chillicothe Heritage Day event beginning at 6 p.m. on Nov. 14 in the Stevenson Center Learning Commons. The event is free, and members of the campus and area community are invited to attend. Wine, other beverages… Read More

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Ohio WBB Positional Breakdown

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One glance at the 2013-14 Ohio Women’s Basketball roster and two characteristics come to mind: undersized and young. Seven players are officially listed as forwards and centers; four of them stand 6-foot-1 or shorter.  Of the 14 athletes on the roster, nine are in either their first or second year on the squad. With inexperience comes… Read More

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Buffalo Routs Ohio, 30-3

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After a dominant defensive performance and a number of questionable calls by the officiating crew, the Ohio Bobcats fell to the Buffalo Bulls 30-3 on Tuesday, putting any chances of a Mid-American Conference Championship berth on life support. The Bobcat offense was nonexistent in the first half, gaining just 129 yards of total offense and… Read More

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Children And Senior Services Levy Fails To Pass In Vinton County

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For full election results, visit WOUB's election tracker. Vinton County voters rejected a levy that would provide services to children and senior citizens. The Vinton County Elderly and Children Services Levy lost 1,270-1,139 (53 percent to 47 percent). The levy requested $1.5 million in property taxes for 10 years. This additional money would have assisted children… Read More