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Bobcats win MAC Championship to complete huge turnaround

Ohio downs Ball State 6-2


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AVON - From worst to first in a year.

The Ohio baseball team used four more home runs and continued dominant pitching to cap off the ultimate turnaround from last place and only 11 wins a year ago to Mid-American Conference champions with a 6-2 victory against Ball State on Sunday at All Pro Freight Stadium.

Third-seeded Ohio (36-19) went unbeaten in the MAC Tournament and earned its first MAC title and NCAA Tournament berth since 1997.

"You dream about these sorts of things," said Ohio coach Rob Smith, who somehow was not voted the MAC Coach of the Year. "I wanted it for these players worse than anything else. I wanted them to experience this and understand what it's about. That's something we talked a lot about and what it would take to... <Read More>

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St. Clairsville OL Haydn Lewis verbals to Ohio


On his Twitter account, St. Clairsville offensive lineman Haydn Lewis announced he has committed to Ohio. The 6-4, 260-pounder also held offers from Air Force, Eastern Michigan and Marshall. Get the latest on all Bobcat recruiting at BobcatAttack!

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Bedford WR Cameron Odom goes with Ohio


Per his Twitter account, Bedford High School wide receiver has given a verbal commitment to Ohio. The 6-2, 170-pounder also had offers from Ball St. and Central Michigan. In a run-heavy offense, Odom had 500 receiving yards last season. He's coached at Bedford by former Bobcat Sean Williams. Follow BobcatAttack for the latest in Ohio Football recruiting!

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Brecksville S Tyler Tupa chooses Ohio


Brecksville-Broadview Heights WR/S announced on his Instagram account that he will be a Bobcat. The 6-1, 185-pounder also had offers from Kent St. and Bowling Green. Tupa played on both sides of the ball last year earning Clevelend.com All-Star honors as a wide received with 71 catches, 1,131 yards and 19 touchdowns. He is expected to be slotted at safety for Ohio. Get the latest on Bobcat football recruiting at BobcatAttack!

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Defense beats Offense in Spring Game

Yazdani misses field goal as time expires


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ATHENS - Coach Frank Solich hoped to create competition in Ohio's annual spring Green and White game by putting into play a scoring system to pit the offense against the defense. He got it on Saturday with a game that came down to the final play.

The defense ran on to the field in celebration as it came away a 25-20 winner when Josiah Yazdani's 46-yard field goal clanked off the right upright.

Neither side held anything back. Jovon Johnson delivered a big hit on Jordan Reid in the game's second series, players from each team were called for offsetting personal fouls in the first half and the defense called a timeout before the final play to try to ice Yazdani.

With the game tied at 20, Yazdani connected from 29 yards out after the timeout... <Read More>

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