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Catching up with Travis Carrie

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Ohio cornerback Travis Carrie has been forced to sit out the entire 2012 season after suffering a severe shoulder injury during fall camp. In the meantime, Carrie has taken up the responsibility of coaching the younger defensive backs who have been forced into starting roles. Showcase reporter Pat Chiesa caught up with Travis to talk… Read More

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Vick Does the Trick

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Tyler Tettleton has been the face of the Ohio football franchise for the past two season, but when Tettleton had to sit out due to injury, Derrius Vick stepped into the pocket. His first start was impressive, and Ohio fans found out that the red-shirt freshmen fits right in to Ohio's offensive system. 

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Vick Does the Trick

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Ohio Bobcat backup quarterback Derrius Vick turned heads when he filled in for an injured Tyler Tettleton against Norfolk State. Making his first collegiate start, the redshirt freshman tossed for 199 yards and four touchdowns. Pat Chiesa of The Bobcat Sports Showcase reports on Vick's successful outing and the confidence he has earned from his… Read More

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Tyler Tettleton at MAC Media Day

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Plenty of hype has surrounded Ohio quarterback Tyler Tettleton this offseason. After breaking 12 single-season records and becoming the first Bobcat quarterback to throw for over 3,000 yards in 2011, Tettleton was named to the 2012 O'Brien Award Watch List and the 2012 Manning Award Watch List. Both awards are given to the nation's top… Read More

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Dyeing To Drink

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In honor of St. Patrick's Day, most bars in Athens will be going “green” this Wednesday. Green Beer Day has established itself as a holiday in college towns across America, but one might consider its origins surprising. The first ever Green Beer Day was held in 1952 in Oxford, Ohio on the campus of Ohio… Read More

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Fracking Still A Hot Topic

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While the county would make a healthy profit from prospective drilling companies, environmental concerns are keeping many residents from giving fracking the nod of approval. “Contamination is terrifying and oftentimes it’s not just the chemicals that get into the water,” says Camille Scott, a member of OU Students Against Fracking. “There are clips all over… Read More