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Ohio's comeback against Kent State falls short

Early turnovers put Bobcats in hole in 34-27 loss


ATHENS – Ohio’s rally from a 17-point deficit came up short in a 34-27 loss to Kent State on Saturday at Peden Stadium.

The Bobcats got to within a touchdown on Stephen Johnson’s 20-yard field goal with 49 seconds remaining, but the Golden Flashes were able to recover the onside kick that followed to hold on after they led 31-14 late in the third quarter.

After Armani Rogers played the majority of the last two games at quarterback, Ohio (1-7, 1-3 Mid-American Conference) went back to original starter Kurtis Rourke early against the Golden Flashes, and he threw for 308 yards on 31-of-38 passing, but it was not enough.

“I'm disappointed with the loss; nobody hates to lose more than me or this football team, and I'm going to sit here and... <Read More>





McNulty's 2nd-chance FG completes Buffalo's rally from 21 down

Rogers' big 1st half, including NCAA record run, not enough


GETZVILLE, N.Y. – Alex McNulty made good on a second chance at a game-winning field goal as Buffalo completed a rally from 21 points down to beat Ohio 27-26 on Saturday at UB Stadium.

McNulty’s first try from 31 yards away was wide right as time expired, but Ohio’s Bryce Dugan was offsides on the play, giving McNulty another chance from 26 yards out. He sent it down the middle of the uprights to complete the Bulls’ comeback from a 21-0 deficit in the first quarter. Ohio was offsides on the second attempt as well.

"I just told the team, I was honest with them, at this point, I am disappointed with how we finished down the stretch," Ohio coach Tim Albin said. "Too many mistakes – self-inflicted. It's very disappointing. That is not who we... <Read More>





Unsportsmanlike penalty on Ohio helps Central Michigan hold on

Chippewas spoil Bobcats' homecoming 30-27


ATHENS – An unsportsmanlike conduct penalty forced trailing Ohio to punt, and it did not get the ball back as the Bobcats suffered another homecoming loss to Central Michigan 30-27 on Saturday at Peden Stadium.

Daniel Richardson’s 28-yard touchdown pass to Kalil Pimpleton put the Chippewas on top with 3:55 remaining. On the ensuing drive, quarterback Armani Rogers threw incomplete to Isiah Cox, and displeased with no pass interference call, Ohio’s sideline was called for unsportsmanlike conduct, turning a fourth-and-2 into a fourth-and-17 from its own 18.

“We were going to go for it, and then the post-play penalty was called from the bench area,” Ohio coach Tim Albin said. “It is unfortunate, and I am disappointed and so was that person... <Read More>





Tuggle's career game leads Ohio to first win of season

Rogers provides 2nd-half spark in 34-17 win over Zips


AKRON – Ohio found a winning formula on offense in the second half with a huge rushing effort in a 34-17 victory against Akron on Saturday at InfoCision Stadium.

De’Montre Tuggle had a career-high 201 yards, and Armani Rogers provided a second-half spark with 83 yards on the ground. They combined for three touchdowns as the Bobcats racked up 398 yards rushing.

"It's amazing," Tuggle said. "Big shoutout to my line and my receivers, those guys were blocking their tails off today."

Down 17-10 midway through the third quarter, Ohio scored the final 24 points to earn its first victory.

Ohio rode Tuggle on a drive that ended with Rogers scoring the tying touchdown on a 7-yard run with 5:41 left in the third quarter. Rogers led the Bobcats on a... <Read More>





Ohio's offensive struggles continue in 35-6 loss at Northwestern

Bobcats score on final play to avoid shutout


EVANSTON, Ill. – Winless Ohio’s offensive struggles continued as it was shut out until the final play of the game in a 35-6 loss to Northwestern on Saturday at Ryan Field.

If not for a 55-yard Armani Rogers touchdown run with no time left on the block, the Bobcats would have finished with less than 300 yards. As it was, Northwestern ran for more yards (373) than Ohio had total yards (348).

Evan Hull led the way for the Wildcats (2-2) with 216 yards, including a 90-yard burst for a touchdown in the first quarter. He had already scored on a touchdown run of 17 yards.

Charlie Kuhbander had field goals of 24 and 26 yards, one late in the first half and another early in the fourth quarter that put Northwestern up 20-0. The Wildcats got a pair... <Read More>









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