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Ouellette, Cope help Bobcats bounce back

Ohio extends Kansas' road misery with 42-30 victory

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ATHENS – A.J. Ouellette and Brendan Cope looked like their pre-injury selves, and Ohio’s offense was explosive in a fairly dominant 42-30 victory against Kansas on Saturday at Peden Stadium.

Both players missed the majority of last season, and both put up more than 100 yards against one of the Power 5’s worst teams. The Bobcats scored the game’s first 18 points and maintained a comfortable lead throughout most of the game.

“It’s a good win for our guys,” Ohio coach Frank Solich said. “They bounced back from a difficult game (a 44-21 loss at Purdue). I’m pleased with what they got done today.”

Ouellette broke a 63-yard run on Ohio’s first offensive play and finished with 102 yards on just 10 carries, while Cope caught a 58-yard pass in the... <Read More>

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Photos  (BobcatAttack.com)
Boxscore  (Ohio Bobcats.com)

Boilermakers rack up 558 yards in 44-21 win over Bobcats

Long drive, turnovers lead to big Purdue 2nd quarter

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A 93-yard drive spurred a huge second quarter for Purdue, which ran away with a 44-21 victory against Ohio on Friday night at Ross-Ade Stadium.

Down just 10-7, Ohio threatened to tie or take the lead early in the second quarter when Brendan Cope’s 17-yard catch from Nathan Rourke moved the ball across midfield, but the drive stalled inside the 40, and Kyle Nelson tackled punt returner Jackson Antrop at the 3-yard line.

But the Bobcats (1-1) were unable to take advantage of forcing the Boilermakers (1-1) into bad field position. Tario Fuller got his team out of the shadow of its own end zone with a 22-yard run, and a 38-yard completion from David Blough to Brycen Hopkins on a third-down play eventually led to a 1-yard... <Read More>

Ohio blows out Hampton, 59-0, in season opener

Bobcats post biggest win in 80 years

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ATHENS – Ohio opened the 2017 season with one of its most dominant performances in history, blowing out Hampton, 59-0, on Saturday at Peden Stadium.

The Bobcats scored their most points in a game since they put 63 on the board against Northern Illinois in 1976 and had their biggest margin of victory since an 80-0 win against Rio Grande in 1937.

Ohio took advantage of short fields all night because Hampton’s offense was unable to move the ball, finishing with just 108 yards of offense. The Bobcats finished with 420 yards.

“At first the yards were tough to come by, but our offense was able to keep itself on the field by making first downs,” Ohio coach Solich said. “I think it was a wear-down effect. That's the way it usually is if you have a... <Read More>

Additional Coverage:
Photos  (BobcatAttack.com)
Boxscore  (Ohio Bobcats.com)

Ohio Football picked by media to win MAC East

Ohio was picked to win the MAC East in a media poll at the MAC Football Media Day. The Bobcats, winners of the East last year, edged out Miami in this year's voting.

Team (First Place Votes) Points

MAC East Division

1. Ohio (11) 131
2. Miami (12) 129
3. Bowling Green (1) 88
4. Akron 79
5. Buffalo 41
6. Kent State 36

MAC West Division

1. Toledo (22) 142
2. Western Michigan (1) 107
3. Northern Illinois (1) 89
4. Eastern Michigan 74
5. Central Michigan 62
6. Ball State 30

2017 MAC Championship Game Winner: Toledo (21), Western Michigan (1), Bowling Green (1), Miami (1).

Additional Coverage:
MAC Football 2017: Toledo, Ohio University picked as division winners in preseason poll  (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Ohio Football Picked First In East In MAC Preseason Media Poll  (Ohio Bobcats.com)

Olentangy Orange LB Bryce Houston picks Ohio

Olentangy Orange High School linebacker Bryce Houston announced his commitment to Ohio Football on his Twitter account. The 6-1, 220-pounder also held offers from Bowling Green and Buffalo.

Additional Coverage:
BobcatAttack.com Football Recruiting Database  (BobcatAttack.com)
Bryce Houston Recruiting Thread  (BobcatAttack.com)
Junior Highlights  (Hudl.com)

Ohio basketball roster set for next season

Bobcats pick up Kirk, Mickle in place of transfers

ATHENS – With the recent announcement that senior Antonio Campbell will not be granted a medical redshirt season after suffering an injury that cost him the last half of the year, the Ohio men’s basketball roster presumably is set for 2017-18.

Since the end of last season, the Bobcat lost three players as graduate transfers: starting point guard Jaaron Simmons and reserve forwards Khari Harley and Wadly Mompremier. Freshman forward Rodney Culver also has transferred.

They were replaced with graduate transfer forward Kevin Mickle and incoming freshman point guard Teyvion Kirk. Coach Saul Phillips has said the final scholarship would remain unfilled for the upcoming season.

Mickle, a 6-foot-7, 220-pound power forward, played for two season... <Read More>

PA RB O'Shaan Allison commits to Ohio

Malvern (PA) Prep running back O'Shaan Allison announced his commitment to Ohio Football via his Twitter account. The 5-10, 195-pounder played in only three games as a junior and finished with 47 rushes for 204 yards and a touchdown after a sophomore campaign where he rushed for 1,522 yards and and 18 touchdowns on 196 carries.

Additional Coverage:
BobcatAttack.com Recruiting Database  (BobcatAttack.com)
O'Shaan Allison Recruiting Thread  (BobcatAttack.com)
Junior Highlights  (BobcatAttack.com)

Ohio gets commitment from PA QB Joe Mischler

Via Twitter, Erie (PA) Cathedral Prep quarterback Joe Mischler announced his verbal commitment to Ohio Football. The 5-11, 185-pounder led Cathedral Prep to a PIAA Class 4A championship in 2016. Mischler was also voted the state’s Class 4A Player of the Year.

Additional Coverage:
BobcatAttack.com Recruiting Database  (BobcatAttack.com)
Joe Mischler Recruiting Thread  (BobcatAttack.com)
Junior Highlights  (Hudl.com)
Cathedral Prep’s quarterback Mischler commits to Ohio University  (Erie Times-News)

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