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Ohio Women’s Basketball: Last-Second Loss Bites ‘Cats for Second Time in Seven Days

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KALAMAZOO, MI — Twice in their last three games, the Bobcats held a one-point lead with less than 10 seconds to play. They’ve now lost both games.  Western Michigan (10-5, 3-1 MAC) handed the ‘Cats (9-6, 2-2 MAC) another gut-wrenching conference loss when Bronco junior Leighah-Amori Wool banked in a shot with seven seconds to… Read More

Ohio Women’s Basketball: ‘Cats Fall to Central Michigan on Last-Second Shot

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ATHENS, OH — On Wednesday night, the Bobcats took 23 more shots than their opponent. They forced 13 more turnovers, grabbed 13 more offensive rebounds and shot seven more free throws. Typically, these are things that win basketball games, especially teams as good as Ohio. Those things weren’t enough to overcome Central Michigan, though. “We… Read More

Ohio Football: ‘Cats Outlast Nevada to Win Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

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BOISE, ID — As Nathan Rourke took the final snap of his Bobcat career on the field, Brian Arp was sneaking through the crowded Bobcat bench with a Gatorade cooler. A victory bath would be nothing new for Frank Solich, but when the senior defensive lineman turned the cooler over, it wasn’t liquid that came… Read More

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Ohio Football: ‘Cats Kick-off 2020 in Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

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BOISE, ID — The college football bowl season typically conjures up thoughts of warm weather and sunshine, particularly for the many schools in colder climates. It’s a chance for those teams and fanbases to escape the cold for a few days and reap the rewards of a good year of football. While the Bobcats were… Read More

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Ohio Men’s Basketball: Dartis, Vander Plas Power Bobcats Past Morehead State

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ATHENS, OH — With 3:34 to play in the first half, Ohio head coach Jeff Boals called emphatically timeout and took his coat off, showing a level of frustration with his team that Bobcats fans hadn’t seen yet. He had, after all, just watched his team squander an early 12-point lead to find themselves tied… Read More