Ohio off to first 0-3 start since 2008 after a humiliating primetime defeat.
The Bobcats and the Ragin’ Cajuns look to ramp it up after slow starts.
In a competitive FBS recruiting environment, Canadian players are finding a home and success— especially in Athens, Ohio.
Our writers predict the breakout and breakdown teams, the MAC champion, and more in this team-focused peek through the looking glass.
The Tim Albin era kicks off with a lot of answers and a few opportunities for distinction.
It’s hard not to feel bullish about the potential of the Bobcats defense in ’21, led by a very deep, talented front seven.
Preston is headed to the West Coast as he becomes the first Ohio player drafted since 2003.
A deep group of proven veterans and promising youth bodes well for a strong performance in 2021 and beyond
The decades-long protege of Frank Solich, dating back to their time together in Nebraska, will have the chance to lead the team they built together.
After 115 victories and the first five bowl wins in Ohio history, Solich steps down to focus on his health.
This crew, led by All-MAC RB De’Montre Tuggle, is good enough to win a MAC championship.
The Bobcats pull off the 4-13 upset and become the third consecutive MAC team to win in the Round of 64.
The Bobcats have become something of a team du jour since their placement on the bracket, but the defending champions won’t be easy to knock down.
The MAC once again qualifies multiple teams in the WNIT, furthering the conference’s reputation.
The ‘Cats will be the 13-seed in the West region, which also hails #1 overall seed Gonzaga.
It’s Coronation Day for the Ohio Bobcats, who completed their Cinderella run and clinched their first NCAAT appearance since 2012.
The slipper fits the Bobcats, as they take down the top seed, and reserve a ticket for the MAC Championship Game.
Ohio puts up a dominating effort on an ailing Kent State squad to advance to the semifinal round.
2021 Mid-American Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament Preview: #5 Ohio Bobcats vs #4 Kent State Golden Flashes
The second game of the MAC Tournament features two of the most evenly matched teams.
The Bobcats squeak by the Bulls in a close one.
THe MAC East matchup becomes the second cancellation this week, and third cancellation overall in the MAC.
Ohio routs beleaguered Bowling Green, 52-10
The cancellation comes with two days before the game was scheduled to be played.
The Bobcats win ugly in a 24-10 slugfest with the Zips.