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Saturday, March 25, 2017
@OhioMBasketball Displayed Toughness In Season Of Adversity
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Meet Willie Cherry - @OhioFootball's Early Enrollee WR
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats scrimmage for first time in spring camp
(Athens Messenger)
Inside Ohio's eight-year partnership with Adidas
(The Post)
Garth making smooth transition for BGSU
(Toledo Blade)
University of Akron football: Browns check in on UA receiver Jerome Lane at pro day
(Akron Beacon Journal)
NIU football: Lynch adjusting to life as Huskies' running backs coach
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Duquense reportedly interested in Keith Dambrot... again
(HustleBelt.com)
Coach Whitford Rumor Mill, Part 2
(HustleBelt.com)
Whitford 'flattered', but committed to BSU
(Muncie Star Press)

Friday, March 24, 2017
Keevon Harris set to return after injury-plagued first season
(The Post)
Ohio is the rare MAC team with a unique identity: disturbingly steady
(SBNation.com)
Pinkel talks leadership at UT event
(Toledo Blade)
Tim Lester calls upon college memories to shape Western Michigan defensive plan
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Report: Whitford could be leaving Ball State
(Muncie Star Press)

Thursday, March 23, 2017
@OhioFootball Spring Practice Position Spotlight - Running Backs
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
#SpringSaleSaturday Set for April 8
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Basham lands workout with Belichick
(Athens Messenger)
Bill Belichick Knows the Awesomeness of #MACtion
(HustleBelt.com)
New faces cover the defensive line
(The Post)
UT’s Candle gets contract extension
(Toledo Blade)
Former Michigan commit Matt Falcon rehabbing nicely for Western Michigan
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Just 5 years in, Huggins could have big upside for BSU
(Muncie Star Press)

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Ohio Announces Partnership With adidas
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats going back to Adidas
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio inks deal with Adidas, ending 10-year partnership with Russell Athletic
(The Post)
Western Michigan University spent $1.1 million on Cotton Bowl, made profit
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Western Michigan point guard Thomas Wilder declares for NBA draft
(Kalamazoo Gazette)

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Culver, Mompremier to leave Bobcats
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio Athletics to sign apparel contract with Adidas
(The Post)
It's Quinton Maxwell's team now
(The Post)
Three Ohio basketball players set to transfer from program effective immediately
(HustleBelt.com)
NIT 2017: Akron Zips fall at UT-Arlington, 85-69
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Zips’ season comes to end in 85-69 loss to UT-Arlington in second round of NIT
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Zips open spring practice with transfer quarterback Nick Johns in the mix to start
(Akron Beacon Journal)
EMU's Heather Lyke: Accepting AD job at Pitt 'an incredible honor'
(Ann Arbor News)

Monday, March 20, 2017
Ohio Guard Rodney Culver Leaving Program
(WOUB)
NIT 2017: Akron Zips look to continue road success at UT-Arlington
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Zips buoyed by win over Houston, prepare for NIT game against Texas-Arlington
(Akron Beacon Journal)

Sunday, March 19, 2017
@OhioFootball Wraps Up First Week of Spring Practice
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats head into important offseason
(Athens Messenger)
Zips face some questions in spring practice after disappointing 2016 season
(Akron Beacon Journal)

Saturday, March 18, 2017
@OhioWBasketball Season Ends Against Penn State in WNIT First Round
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
March Madness 2017: UCLA wears down Kent State in NCAA Tournament opener, 97-80
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
UCLA pulls away for 97-80 win over Golden Flashes in NCAA Tournament first round
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Harnish passes on experiences during speech to school children
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Antonio Brown to assist CMU in hiring new athletic director
(HustleBelt.com)

Friday, March 17, 2017
Willie Cherry is on SportsCenter instead of in high school English
(The Post)
March Madness 2017: For Kent State vs. UCLA, will '14' be the lucky number
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
March Madness 2017: Jimmy Hall overcomes his past to deliver for Kent State (photos)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Golden Flashes facing big challenge against talented UCLA in first round of NCAA Tournament
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Zach Terrell goes Sam Bradford and completes 50 of 51 passes at pro day
(Kalamazoo Gazette)

Thursday, March 16, 2017
Ouellette is 'Scooter' no more
(Athens Messenger)
Harley to take graduate student transfer
(Athens Messenger)
March Madness 2017: Rob Senderoff's success at Kent State a reward for AD Joel Nielsen, others
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
NIT 2017: Akron Zips hold off Houston, 78-75
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Sophomore guard Jaylin Walker prepares to lead Golden Flashes into first-round NCAA Tournament game against No. 3 UCLA
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Zips advance to second round of NIT with 78-75 win at Houston
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Toledo can't quite get past George Washington
(Toledo Blade)
Marcus Keene: “Haven’t made a decision yet” regarding the NBA Draft
(HustleBelt.com)
Mid-American Conference Media Day relocated to Pro Football Hall of Fame for 2017
(HustleBelt.com)

Wednesday, March 15, 2017
@OhioFootball Begins Spring Camp
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Zips working to shake off disappointment, turn focus toward Houston
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Spring Practice opens for Ohio, high hopes for re-vamped offense
(The Post)
Ohio declines postseason play, looks forward to future
(The Post)
March Madness 2017: Kent State's NCAA tournament run started on Valentine's Day -- Terry Pluto (photos)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Rockets decide to play in CBI tournament
(Toledo Blade)
Western Michigan football holds first spring practice under new coach
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Bowling Green Basketball Loses Two Players to Transfer, But Gain a Verbal
(HustleBelt.com)
Report: Central Michigan guard Marcus Keene declares for the NBA Draft
(HustleBelt.com)

Tuesday, March 14, 2017
@OhioWBasketball to Take on Penn State in the WNIT First Round
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats decline postseason options, season over at 20-11
(Athens Messenger)
NCAA Tournament 2017: A star, Jaylin Walker, rises to lift Kent State into spotlight
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips open NIT at Houston with coach Keith Dambrot still in place
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Traveling in first round of NIT disappoints Zips coach Keith Dambrot, who reportedly turned down offer to coach at South Florida
(Akron Beacon Journal)
UT men’s season to continue in CBI
(Toledo Blade)
P.J. Fleck settles $600,000 debt with Western Michigan University
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Beecher guard Malik Ellison lands first DI offer from Eastern Michigan
(Ann Arbor News)
3 keys to BSU's CIT opener at Fort Wayne
(Muncie Star Press)

Monday, March 13, 2017
The future looks brighter than ever for the Bobcats
(The Post)
In two nights, Ohio felt the joy and cruelty of March
(The Post)
NCAA Tournament 2017: No. 14 Kent State to play No. 3 UCLA in Sacramento on Friday
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips travel to play Houston Cougars in NIT on Wednesday
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Flashes have lots to cheer, will play UCLA in NCAA Tournament
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Zips to play Houston Wednesday in first-round NIT game
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Toledo men accept invitation to CBI
(Toledo Blade)
BSU to open CIT play at Fort Wayne
(Muncie Star Press)

Sunday, March 12, 2017
Simmons gets a public apology
(Athens Messenger)
Joy, and pain, in Cleveland
(Athens Messenger)
MAC Tournament 2017: Kent State downs Akron to win NCAA Tournament bid (photos, video)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
NCAA Tournament 2017: Kent State returns for first dance since 2008 after winning MAC (video)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State men's basketball team defeats Akron, captures MAC Tournament title
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Kent State 70, Akron 65: Jaylin Walker leads Flashes to upset of top-seeded Zips for berth in NCAA Tournament
(Akron Beacon Journal)
MAC Tournament: Golden Flashes bury January skid to advance to NCAA Tournament
(Akron Beacon Journal)

Saturday, March 11, 2017
No. 2 @OhioMBasketball Falls To No. 6 Kent State In @MACSports Semifinal Heartbreaker
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Two words, one agonizing question
(Athens Messenger)
Missing shots, missed calls and a missed postseason?
(Athens Messenger)
Gone in a Flash
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio’s Fight and Resiliency is Something Saul Phillips Will Remember
(WOUB)
Kent State’s Clutch Bucket Ends Ohio’s MAC Tournament Run
(WOUB)
Ohio can't force more magic; season ends in MAC semifinals
(The Post)
Ohio loses 68-66 to Kent State in conference semifinals
(The Post)
No. 6 seed Kent eliminates No. 2 Ohio men from MAC Tournament in semifinal
(Athens News)
MAC Tournament 2017: Kent State stops Ohio University, 68-66, to reach MAC final (photos)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State 68, Ohio 66: Jaylin Walker’s basket in final seconds sends Flashes to title game against rival Zips
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron 74, Ball State 70: Zips hold off Cardinals, advance to title game
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron Zips' 'Big Dog' lives large in MAC Tournament: Bill Livingston (photos)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
MAC Tournament 2017: No. 1 Akron gets past No. 4 Ball State, 74-70 (photos)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
MAC Tournament: BSU, again, edged by Akron
(Muncie Star Press)
Miami of Ohio lets Cooper go after 5 seasons
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Friday, March 10, 2017
Kaminski KOs Toledo
(Athens Messenger)
Carter puts up a ‘Williams’ kind of night
(Athens Messenger)
MAC Tournament 2017: Ohio edges Toledo on late shot by Kenny Kaminski (photos)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Rockets fall at finish to Ohio in MAC tourney
(Toledo Blade)
Ohio men beat Toledo with game-winning shot at end of MAC quarterfinal
(Athens News)
Kaminski's late jumper saves win, season
(The Post)
Kaminski hits last-second jumper to advance Ohio
(The Post)
MAC Tournament 2017: No. 6 Kent State slips past No 4 Buffalo, 68-65
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
MAC Tournament 2017: No. 1 Akron defeats No. 8 Eastern Michigan (photos)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
MAC Tournament 2017: Ball State advances to semifinal with victory over Western Michigan
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Golden Flashes outlast Buffalo Bulls 68-65, advance to MAC tournament semifinal against Ohio
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron 79, Eastern Michigan 62: Isaiah Johnson leads Zips past Eagles and into semifinals
(Akron Beacon Journal)

Thursday, March 09, 2017
@OhioMBasketball Shoots For Seventh @MACSports Tournament Title
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Phillips, Simmons on same wavelength
(Athens Messenger)
MAC Tournament: Confident Kent State to square off against Buffalo
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Top-seeded Zips confident, calm heading into MAC Tournament; senior Isaiah Johnson, coach Keith Dambrot receive honors
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Former Heisman finalist Lynch to join Huskies as running back coach
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)

Wednesday, March 08, 2017
Carter finishes second in MAC Freshman of the Year voting
(Athens Messenger)
UT's Garber got 1 final shot, and he made it
(Toledo Blade)
Akron's Isaiah Johnson, Keith Dambrot earn MAC Player of Year, Coach of Year honors
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
MAC Tournament 2017: Scouting the men's field for quarterfinals at the Q
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
In Cleveland, BSU will look for revenge
(Muncie Star Press)

Tuesday, March 07, 2017
@OhioMBasketball Places Three On 2017 All-@MACSports Teams
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Simmons lands spot on All-MAC team
(Athens Messenger)
Central Michigan blows 17-point lead, drops eighth in a row to Kent State in MAC Tournament
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Kent State rallies past Central Michigan in overtime, 116-106
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Golden Flashes rally from 17 points down to top Central Michigan 116-106 in OT, advance to MAC Tournament quarterfinals
(Akron Beacon Journal)
George Thomas: Zips center Isaiah ‘Big Dog’ Johnson gets support for MAC Player of the Year
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Toledo men wallop BGSU in MAC tournament
(Toledo Blade)
Huskies fall to Eastern Michigan in closing moments
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Miami falls to Western Michigan in MAC Tournament
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Monday, March 06, 2017
MAC Tournament opens Monday with first games at home sites
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State basketball: Senior leader Jimmy Hall, Golden Flashes focused on Central Michigan
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Stakes at their greatest for UT, BG
(Toledo Blade)
MAC’s sellout to TV networks is complete
(Toledo Blade)
Both Western Michigan basketball teams to play home games Monday
(Kalamazoo Gazette)

Sunday, March 05, 2017
2017 @MACSports Tournament Tickets On Sale Now
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Germano returns to lead Ohio’s DL
(Athens Messenger)
UT’s Hester set to prove himself
(Toledo Blade)
Severson: NIU men have sliver of hope heading into MAC tournament despite frustrating season
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Tucker Haymond's Western Michigan basketball 'fairy tale' adds fitting chapter
(Kalamazoo Gazette)

Saturday, March 04, 2017
@OhioMBasketball Earns 'Battle Of The Bricks' Senior Night Win Over Miami
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats beat Miami, grab No. 2 for MAC Tournament
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio beats Miami 69-55, clinches No. 2 seed in MAC Tourney
(The Post)
Ohio Secures Bye to Cleveland with Win Over Miami
(WOUB)
Central Michigan woes continue as it wraps up regular season with loss at rival Western Michigan
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Akron 66, Kent State 56: Zips pull away for win over rival Golden Flashes
(Akron Beacon Journal)
UT finishes regular season with victory
(Toledo Blade)
Huskies storm back late, but come up short in loss to Ball State
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
With help, BSU is on its way to Cleveland
(Muncie Star Press)

Friday, March 03, 2017
@OhioMBasketball, Miami Set To Clash In Nationally Televised 200th Edition Of 'Battle Of The Bricks'
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats send off seniors while still searching for bye
(Athens Messenger)
Battle of the Bricks by the numbers​
(The Post)
CMU's Keene may be college basketball's highest scorer in 20 years
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Akron at Kent State renews biggest basketball rivalry in MAC (photos)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron's Noah Robotham is consumate MAC point guard (video)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Red-hot Flashes look to complete sweep of Akron in regular-season finale
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Kent State game can’t change UA’s position in the MAC, but the Zips need to regain their mojo
(Akron Beacon Journal)
UT, BGSU men's basketball game capsules: 3-3
(Toledo Blade)
Minnesota says P.J. Fleck not recruiting Western Michigan players
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
125 games later, House relishes success
(Muncie Star Press)

Thursday, March 02, 2017
@OhioFootball Announces 2017 Schedule
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Campbell remains a believer, in himself and Ohio
(Athens Messenger)
Bobcats unveil 2017 football schedule
(Athens Messenger)
Bobcat men still hoping for first-round bye
(Athens News)
Tarell Basham might just end up being the highest Bobcat draft pick in decades
(The Post)
If Ohio wins, No. 2 seed in the tourney is secure
(The Post)
A look back at one of the most important shots in Ohio history
(The Post)
Conference cluster in the MAC
(The Post)
Report: PJ Fleck reached out to Western Michigan players to transfer
(HustleBelt.com)

Wednesday, March 01, 2017
@OhioMBasketball Edged By Buffalo
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Denied
(Athens Messenger)
Big Shots for Buffalo Beat Bobcats Late
(WOUB)
Bobcat men fall to Buffalo on last-second miss
(Athens News)
Central Michigan throttled by Ray Lee, Eastern Michigan on Senior Night
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
MAC mayhem continues with one game to go before tournament
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips fall to last place Miami at home, 79-75
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State 74, Bowling Green 67: Jaylin Walker, Jimmy Hall lead Golden Flashes to fifth consecutive victory
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Miami 79, Akron 75: Last-place RedHawks upset regular-season champion Zips
(Akron Beacon Journal)
UT falls 82-74 as Ball State star tallies 31
(Toledo Blade)
NIU men lose at home to Western Michigan
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Balanced Attack Leads WMU to Seventh-Straight Win
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Western Michigan coach Tim Lester takes vetting recruits seriously
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
SportsCenter picks up Ryan Weber's vicious dunk
(Muncie Star Press)
After inhuman start, Persons leads BSU to key win
(Muncie Star Press)
Last place Miami (Ohio) upsets conference champ Akron 79-75
(Hamilton Journal-News)





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