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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Instead of playing at events like a bowl game or MAC basketball tournament, students of the Marching 110 are back at home bringing an unprecedented challenge. “From there just seeing how we can operate and get somethings accomplished with everyone being gone,” Marching 110 Band Director Dr. Richard Suk said. And… Read More
CLEVELAND, OH — The Coronavirus has altered sporting events across the country — limiting or eliminating spectators at tournament games. The question is how nearly empty arenas would impact the players. But for Ohio, they actually had the loudest crowd here in Cleveland with the assist to the Ohio Men’s basketball team. “I’m glad we’re… Read More
ATHENS, OH — WOUB Sports Director Thomas Garverick and reporter Bryan Kurp breakdown boys basketball playoff games from over the weekend.
ATHENS, OH — Kobe Bryant was a global icon. A basketball ambassador. And a player that every athlete aspired to be. “Growing up, (Kobe) was always my idol,” Ohio women’s basketball guard Erica Johnson said. “So just sad about that and hearing that his daughter — finding out an hour later that his daughter was… Read More
ATHENS, OH — WOUB Sports Director Thomas Garverick captures the scene at the Cat’s Corner, a local bar in Athens after Joe Burrow and the LSU Tigers beat the Clemson Tigers 42-25 in the 2020 National Championship Game.
ATHENS, OH — Joe Burrow has made the transformation from an Athens Bulldog to a LSU Tiger, but his impact goes far greater than the football field. “It’s cool for our kids here at our school because they feel a connection to Joe in what our building was the dame thing that Joe does,” The… Read More
BOISE, Idaho — How excited were Ohio fans when they found out the Bobcats would be playing in Boise, Idaho? “I was jumping up and down,” Ohio alumni Kayla Gross said. “I’m not going to lie, I was so excited.” Ohio alumni Kayla Gross was praying that the Bobcats would play in Boise because… “I… Read More
BOISE, Idaho — In a season where Ohio’s vision never came to fruition. “It was not easy for anybody in the program to accept what kind of happened to us in terms of not getting it done at the level that we believed we were going to get it done at,” head coach Frank Solich… Read More
BOISE, Idaho — New year, new coach. Frank Solich will be coaching the Ohio Bobcats through the 2021 season after agreeing to a 2-year contract extension. Frank has made it very clear that his passion for the game, even at age 75, has not changed one bit. “I feel really good about it,” Frank Solich… Read More
BOISE, Idaho — From the Rocky Mountain high altitude to the blue turf — it’s what every team has to deal with when they play at Albertsons Stadium. But for Ohio, they’re just treating it like a football game, so once kickoff happens, it’s game on. “We’re looking forward to it, just hope we don’t… Read More