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Ohio football takes the Walter Fieldhouse

For the first time in the 117-year history of Ohio football, the Bobcats now have an indoor practice facility with the construction of the Walter Fieldhouse. Although the indoor playing surface will not be open to regular students until the fall,

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A look back to last season’s Bobcats

After finishing spring practices with the annual spring game on April 12, there’s less than five months remaining before the Ohio football team begins its 2014 campaign. Ohio finished last season 8-6 and earned a berth into the Beef ‘O’

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Who will be the Bobcats’ next quarterback?

For the past five years, the Ohio Bobcats football team has ended its season with a bowl game. Although Ohio is just one of 21 programs in the NCAA to reach five straight bowls, the Bobcats will have a new

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Reactions to NCAA ruling student-athletes can receive unlimited food

Before last week’s men’s basketball national championship, game Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier said he often goes to bed “starving.” Following his statement, it’s probably no coincidence the NCAA Legislative Council announced Tuesday that student-athletes will receive unlimited meals and snacks in

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Fans resort to creativity to pick sides

Millions of people across the world watched Monday night’s NCAA men’s basketball national championship game, despite most viewers not having any fandom ties to Connecticut or Kentucky. That was primarily the case at Ohio University, as Bobcats fans with little emotional intereste

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