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BOISE, IDAHO — Ohio has been known to have one of the premier alumni and fan followings all across the Mid-American Conference, and that can’t be any more evident in Boise. It’s clear that those alumni and fans have a longing to see this Bobcat program succeed at the highest level. “All you have to… Read More
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BOISE, IDAHO — The blue turf is very much real — Albertsons Stadium, the home of the Boise State Broncos. But on Friday, it will play site to the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl between the Ohio Bobcats and Nevada Wolfpack. The Bobcats kicked off practice at Boise in the indoor facility, and Ohio is certainly… Read More
The Ohio Supreme Court has agreed to clarify how long juvenile court judges have jurisdiction over youthful sex offenders. At issue is a Cincinnati-area defendant who says the judge in his case lost jurisdiction once he turned 21 in 2017. Court records say the defendant sexually abused two young relatives when he was 14. The… Read More
BOISE, ID — The Bobcats are back in Boise. “Obviously we’ve been to this bowl before and had a great experience there,” head coach Frank Solich said. “We were treated really well, the people were great.” Boise is the place where Solich and Ohio’s bowl success began. A thrilling 24-23 win over Utah State in… Read More
Police are cautioning people not to fire guns into the air to bring in the new year. People being struck by stray bullets is not common but does occur. A University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill student was wounded and required surgery when she was struck by a bullet a year ago while celebrating New Year’s… Read More
SHANGHAI (AP) — Officially, China doesn’t have an opioid problem like the United States. But largely out of sight of the government, addicts exist. A government survey taken in 2016 shows just 11,132 cases of medical drug abuse were reported in a population of nearly 1.4 billion. But even the Chinese government admits it doesn’t… Read More