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Wednesday, December 10,2014
Sports NEWS

Stevie Taylor hopes to snap slump for Bobcats

Vocal Ohio veteran, a fan mainstay, adjusts mindset

By Matt Lardner
Stevie Taylor, the only senior who has been a Bobcat for four years, is no stranger to system shake-ups - the guard has played for three different head coaches.
Sunday, December 7,2014
Sports NEWS

There's little consolation in losing for Bobcat men

Ohio drops another home game

By Matt Lardner
The bad news is that the Ohio men's basketball team has lost three of its past four basketball games. The good news? For Ohio coach Saul Phillips, there isn't any. His team lost, again, Saturday.
Saturday, December 6,2014
Sports NEWS

Second-half struggles hurt Bobcat men against Bonnies

Ohio drops second straight at the Convo

By Matt Lardner
Antonio Campbell showed well from the bench, earning his first career double-double – but the ’Cats were outclassed in the second half Saturday by a Bonnies squad as long and lean as Ohio, and maybe more athletic.
Thursday, December 4,2014
Sports NEWS

Athens loses in a back-and-forth thriller

Toledo Central Catholic scores in last minute to edge Bulldogs

The Athens High Bulldogs' dream season came to a heartbreaking end Thursday evening, as Toledo Central Catholic beat them 56-52 in a back-and-forth contest that people will be talking about for years.
Wednesday, December 3,2014
Sports NEWS

AHS Bulldogs one win from perfection – and state title

Burrow, Williams lead team from first-ever championship game

By Matt Lardner
While Ohio University awaits news on whether its football team will be selected for a bowl game, a local squad at the high-school level will vie Thursday for a championship in its first appearance in a state final. (Athens ended up losing the championship, 56-52.)
Sunday, November 30,2014
Sports NEWS

Silver lining for Bobcats in Saturday’s strong showing

Bobcat basketball men lose at buzzer to Belmont, but there’s a lot to like

By Matt Lardner
This week Ohio men's basketball played two close contests; in one, a 69-60 win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff, the Bobcats failed to impress against a 1-5 squad.
Saturday, November 29,2014
Sports NEWS

Bobcat men drop down-to-the-wire contest

Belmont wins shooting battle, 83-81, behind 42-point star

By Matt Lardner
In a battle between stellar shooting guards who scored career highs Saturday at the Convo in Athens, the game came down to the last possession - and the final touch for an electric scorer. Unfortu
Tuesday, November 25,2014
Sports NEWS

Comeback ’Cats recover to stun Miami

Down 21-0, Ohio scores 24 straight to win as time expires

By Matt Lardner
Needing a win against an inferior rival, Ohio's football team faced a 21-point deficit after a fever-dream of an awful start in Oxford Friday. Then the 'Cats rattled off 24 straight, in this nationally televised game (ESPN2), making a field goal on the final drive as time expired to get to 6-6 on the season and earn a chance to play a bowl game.
Tuesday, November 25,2014
Sports NEWS

Senior leaders help Ohio prevail over UAPB press in Convo

Bobcats pull ahead late to beat Golden Lions 69-60

By Matt Lardner
Seniors Bean Willis and Maurice Ndour had strong individual efforts, helping the Ohio Bobcat men prevail over pesky Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 69-60, Tuesday night at the Convo.
Tuesday, November 25,2014
Sports NEWS

WMU upsets ’Cat volleyballers, marring undefeated season

Upset loss in semifinals to WMU leaves Ohio’s postseason status uncertain

By Matt Lardner
Coming off back-to-back byes, the Ohio volleyball team started out a bit rusty Sunday against Western Michigan in the semifinal of the MAC postseason tournament. But after being down 6-1 in the first set, Ohio rallied at the Convocation Center and won each of the first two sets. Up 2-0, the Bobcats seemed to have the semifinal in control.
 
 
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