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Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Ohio Football at Cincinnati Solich Press Conference
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Kickoff For Ohio Footballs Sept. 29 Game Against UMass Set For 2 P.M. EST
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio Football's Farkas Named MAC East Division Special Teams Player of the Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio's 1-1 start marked by misses on defense, and in run game
(Athens Messenger)
News and notes from Frank Solich's press conference
(The Post)
Five fun facts about Ohio's next opponent, the University of Cincinnati
(The Post)
Flashes not taking latest blowout in stride
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Miami game key to the season for Bowling Green
(Toledo Blade)
Toledo shifts focus to Nevada after Miami loss
(Toledo Blade)
2018 MAC Football Power Rankings: Week 3
(HustleBelt.com)
RedHawks could be without nine players for MAC opener at Bowling Green
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Monday, September 17, 2018
Ohio Football's Game At Cincinnati To Be Nationally Televised On ESPNU
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Slow starts, porous defense of big concern to Bobcats
(Athens News)
3 observations from Bowling Green's win over Eastern Kentucky
(Toledo Blade)
MAC thoughts: Akron carries the banner with win over Northwestern
(Toledo Blade)
Toledo emerges from Miami loss with optimism
(Toledo Blade)
3 observations from Toledo's loss to Miami
(Toledo Blade)

Sunday, September 16, 2018
Ohio Football Fights Back But Falls At Virginia
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats’ Defense Struggles in Loss to UVA
(WOUB)
Defensive struggles continue in loss to Virginia
(The Post)
Big plays and slow start hand Ohio a loss and leave it with questions
(The Post)
Fast reactions from Ohio's loss to Virginia
(The Post)
Bobcats suffer Music City blues
(Athens Messenger)
UVA builds big lead, staves off Ohio's rally to win 45-31 in Nashville
(Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Game balls: Virginia 45, Ohio 31
(Charlottesville Daily Progress)
Virginia outlasts Ohio after fast start
(Charlottesville Daily Progress)
Upstart Kent State Flashes no match for No. 11 Penn State
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Falcons win, but run defense remains a concern
(Toledo Blade)
Doege's five touchdowns help Bowling Green outlast EKU
(Toledo Blade)
Toledo showed up, but Miami showed why it's Miami
(Toledo Blade)
Toledo falls to No. 21 Miami at the Glass Bowl
(Toledo Blade)
Zaccheaus bounces back with record-setting performance against Ohio
(Charlottesville Daily Progress)
Ball State falls to IU in blowout fashion
(Muncie Star Press)
K.J. Osborn, Tyree Jackson lead UB football to 35-28 win over Eastern Michigan
(Buffalo News)
Victory over Northwestern a signature win for Zips, Bowden
(Akron Beacon Journal)
NIU football: After strong first half, Huskies defense adjusts to QB change in second
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)

Saturday, September 15, 2018
For Virginia, playing Ohio in Nashville a 'combination of a road game, and a bowl game and a hurricane'
(Charlottesville Daily Progress)
Ohio's matchup with Virginia, broken down
(The Post)
What to know about Virginia
(The Post)
Ohio vs. Virginia gameday guide
(The Post)
Virginia vs Ohio: 3 keys to a Cavaliers' victory
(Richmond Times-Dispatch)
MAC Football 2018 Week 3: Toledo hosts No. 21 Miami while EMU-UB start league play
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)

Friday, September 14, 2018
Everything You Need To Know For Ohio Football vs. Virginia In Nashville
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Hagan, Rourke look to make impression against UVA
(Athens Messenger)
What to know about Virginia
(The Post)
Ohio's matchup with Virginia, broken down
(The Post)
College football picks: Writers expect UVa to bounce back against Ohio
(Charlottesville Daily Progress)
EKU presents great chance for Falcons to break skids
(Toledo Blade)
UT breaks bye with huge matchup against Miami
(Toledo Blade)
For UT to win, turnover chain must stay out of sight
(Toledo Blade)
UT has welcomed big-name foes to Glass Bowl
(Toledo Blade)

Thursday, September 13, 2018
Ohio Men's Basketball's Game At Toledo To Be Nationally Televised On CBS Sports Network
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Hurricane blows Ohio's next game to Music City
(Athens News)
Ohio and Virginia set to face off Saturday, no matter where they're playing
(The Post)
Q&A with Virginia beat writer Mike Barber
(The Post)
Mendenhall offers details behind Virginia's decision to move game to Nashville
(Charlottesville Daily Progress)
Will they or won't they? UVA never knows if opponents will kick off to Joe Reed
(Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Former standout Roosevelt lineman Spicer joins Kent State football
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Solid play rejuvenates Kent State offense
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Overlooked at first, Quintin Morris has star potential for BGSU
(Toledo Blade)
How Toledo unbelievably got Miami to visit the Glass Bowl
(Toledo Blade)
Miami expects wild atmosphere for Toledo game
(Toledo Blade)
Zips all business as preparations for Northwestern begin
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Views: Childers, Northern Illinois have a lot to prove against Central Michigan
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)

Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Ohio Football's Game Against Virginia Moved To Nashville Due To Hurricane Florence
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Change of plans: Ohio to face Virginia in Nashville
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio continues to ride run-pass options for offensive success
(The Post)
Ohio's game against Virginia moved to Nashville due to Hurricane Florence
(The Post)
Football mailbag: Let’s talk about the bye week, defensive line and the new redshirt rule
(The Post)
Ask an Opposing Beat Writer: UVA vs Ohio
(Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Film room: Cavaliers' ground game takes a step back against Hoosiers
(Charlottesville Daily Progress)
Virginia receivers struggling to get open
(Charlottesville Daily Progress)
"The U" still casts big shadow for UT players from Florida
(Toledo Blade)
Keeping freshman QB on bench in U-M loss part of WMU's redshirt plan
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU freshman WR Jayden Reed expected to play vs. Delaware State
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UB football plays for three of a kind in MAC opener against Eastern Michigan
(Buffalo News)

Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Ohio Football at Virginia Solich Press Conference
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Five fun facts about Ohio's next opponent, University of Virginia
(The Post)
News and notes from Frank Solich's press conference
(The Post)
Ohio's game against Virginia likely moved to Nashville amid hurricane forecast
(The Post)
Ohio Football's Sept. 22 Game At Cincinnati To Kick At Noon EST
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Kent State Football | 54 could have been more
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Injuries put Bowling Green in precarious position
(Toledo Blade)
Rested and ready, UT turns page to Miami showdown
(Toledo Blade)
No finger pointing for WMU football team following 0-2 start
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Thomas Kelley Named WMU Men's Basketball Assistant Coach
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
2018 MAC Football Power Rankings: Week 2
(HustleBelt.com)
After upset, EMU coach says Buffalo will be tougher challenge than Purdue
(Ann Arbor News)
MAC teams bring Power Five opponents to their home stadiums
(The Post)
RedHawks ‘have some stuff to clean up’ with Minnesota looming Saturday
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Monday, September 10, 2018
Bobcats enjoy bye week, eye results of future foes
(Athens News)
Football | Massillon standout Dean Clark commits to Kent State
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
MAC thoughts: Another win over B1G brother
(Toledo Blade)
East Grand Rapids' Stuart Kettler explains why he chose Western Michigan
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
How MAC Football Fared in Week 2 With Regards to National Perception
(HustleBelt.com)

Sunday, September 9, 2018
Bowling Green tests Maryland early but fails in the end as Terps prevail, 45-14
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
KSU Golden Flashes better than advertised in home opener
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Rob Todor | Flashes gaining confidence
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Bowling Green's upset bid vs. Maryland fizzles in second half
(Toledo Blade)
Falcons washed away after dispiriting collapse
(Toledo Blade)
Last-second field goal gives Eastern Michigan stunning 20-19 win over Purdue
(Ann Arbor News)
Ball State comes up just short against No. 8 Notre Dame
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State's 2018 expectations have changed
(Muncie Star Press)
Anthony Johnson, playing with a heavy heart, scores winning TD in UB win over Temple
(Buffalo News)
NIU offense struggles again in loss to Utah
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
NIU coach Rod Carey: Special teams one play away from a perfect game
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Unlucky 13th: Cincinnati extends winning streak over Miami
(Hamilton Journal-News)
Dominant defense carries Zips to 41-7 season-opening victory over Morgan State
(Akron Beacon Journal)
5 takeaways from Western Michigan's 49-3 loss to Michigan
(Kalamazoo Gazette)

Saturday, September 8, 2018
Ohio Men's Basketball Announces Participation In The 2018 Jersey Mike's Jamaica Classic
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Knock gets his moment
(Athens Messenger)
Flashes set to battle formidable FCS foe in 2018 home opener
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Game notes: Maryland at Bowling Green
(Toledo Blade)
Riley Neal's reunion with Brandon Wimbush
(Muncie Star Press)
UB football gameday: Bulls at Temple
(Buffalo News)
NIU football: Unfamiliar Utah team set to become first Pac-12 team to play at Huskie Stadium
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Former Hoban star and Indiana transfer Jonah Morris, anxious to perform for hometown Zips
(Akron Beacon Journal)

Friday, September 7, 2018
Ohio Men's Basketball Announces 2018 Non-Conference Schedule
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats land five NCAA teams on non-conference schedule
(Athens Messenger)
A look at payouts in the 2018 nonconference slate
(The Post)
Men's Basketball: Ohio releases full schedule
(The Post)
Ohio's recent bye weeks, broken down
(The Post)
MAC Football 2018 Week 2: Upset opportunities at hand for several MAC teams
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Former star guard Holt joins Kent State coaching staff
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Dixon's triumphant return to Flashes marred by injury
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
BGSU prepares for 'huge' opportunity to host Big Ten team
(Toledo Blade)
3 keys to the game: Maryland at Bowling Green
(Toledo Blade)
Faith in the memory of family, friend fuels UB linebacker Matt Otwinowski
(Buffalo News)
How much Ball State makes from Notre Dame game
(Muncie Star Press)
Miami seeks Victory Bell win vs. UC for first time since 2005
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Thursday, September 6, 2018
Ohio Football's Ouellette, Payne Recognized By National Football Foundation
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Solich: Rourke still the starter
(Athens Messenger)
Nathan Rourke and Quinton Maxwell continue to duke it out for starting quarterback
(The Post)
The Bobcats' new unsung heroes? Their special teams
(The Post)
No QB controversy for ’Cats as Rourke is back as starter vs. Virginia
(Athens News)
Flashes QB Barrett proves his worth in season opener
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Maryland's crafty offense to test Bowling Green defense
(Toledo Blade)
WMU's Drake Harris excited to face former Michigan teammates
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
2018 MAC Football Power Rankings: Week 1
(HustleBelt.com)
Mike Neu's love for football shaped by Notre Dame
(Muncie Star Press)

Wednesday, September 5, 2018
MAC enters week two of season with even more non-conference teams on the slate
(The Post)
Akron, Nebraska at odds over $1.17 million deal for cancelled game
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
WMU football coach impressed by Michigan defense, RB Karan Higdon
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Should Toledo And Buffalo Fans Start Makings Plans to Travel To Detroit?
(HustleBelt.com)
Zips ready to move on to home opener, expect to receive payout from Nebraska for canceled game
(Akron Beacon Journal)

Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Quarterback question arises after opener for Ohio
(Athens Messenger)
Stock watch after Ohio's 38-32 win over Howard
(The Post)
Zips wanted to stay and play in Nebraska, but could not work out the logistics; payment in limbo
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Carifio: New year, but NIU's offensive woes linger in opener at Iowa
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
RedHawks must clean up minor mistakes with rival Bearcats looming
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Monday, September 3, 2018
Ohio Football's Knock Named MAC East Division Special Teams Player of the Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
The moment that defined Ohio's win over Howard
(The Post)
Key sequence masks Ohio's flaws in 38-32 win over Howard
(The Post)
Bowling Green sees lesson to learn from Oregon loss
(Toledo Blade)
UT receiver Thompson's viral punt block earns MAC weekly honors
(Toledo Blade)
UB wants football fans to stay in seats in 2018
(Buffalo News)
Ball State football shifts focus to Notre Dame
(Muncie Star Press)

Sunday, September 2, 2018
Ohio Football Holds Off Howard In Season Opener
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio Football vs. Howard Postgame Notes
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Fast reactions to Ohio’s 38-32 win against Howard
(The Post)
Ohio survives upset scare to defeat Howard 38-32
(The Post)
Bobcats pull one out after scare from Howard
(Athens News)
Rourke benched as Bobcats struggle in home opener
(WOUB)
Bobcats survive a scare, and Howard, in 38-32 win
(Athens Messenger)
Canisius' Vandenberg is kicking for a cause: fighting childhood cancer
(Buffalo News)
Flashes show promise in season-opening loss at Illinois
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Toledo routs VMI in season opener
(Toledo Blade)
Slow start dooms RedHawks in season-opening loss
(Hamilton Journal-News)
UB offense rolls in blowout victory against Delaware State
(Buffalo News)
NIU offense struggles in season-opening loss at Iowa
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
VIEWS: New year, but offensive woes linger in opener at Iowa
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Sycamore grad Niemann makes first Iowa start against familiar NIU program
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)

Saturday, September 1, 2018
Your complete guide to Ohio vs. Howard
(The Post)
Ohio quarterback Nathan Rourke passed on hockey to pass football
(Columbus Dispatch)
Offense could be BG's best answer for Oregon QB Justin Herbert
(Toledo Blade)
Toledo begins 2018 season with high expectations
(Toledo Blade)
'New' Flashes set to open 2018 season at Illinois
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
UB football gameday: Bulls vs. Delaware State
(Buffalo News)
Zips embrace tough early season schedule, beginning at Nebraska on Saturday night
(Akron Beacon Journal)
B1G challenge: Huskies head to Iowa
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Miami coach concerned about Marshall’s new-look offense, defense
(Hamilton Journal-News)



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