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Ohio Bobcats lose to #6 Kansas, 98-41

Ohio's D.J. Cooper (file photo)

The Kansas Jayhawks are now 5-0, after blasting Ohio University, 90-41.

Kansas opened up a 43-20 halftime lead in routing Ohio in the third round of the Las Vegas Invitational.

D.J. Cooper led the Bobcats with 16 points.

Ohio drops to 3-2 on the season.

compiled from staff & Ohio athletics news

Ohio Bobcats beats Louisiana-Lafayette, 38-31 to go to 6-3

Terrence McCrae had a good day against La-Lafayette (file photo

Boo Jackson threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as Ohio University beat Louisiana-Lafayette in a non-conference game played at Pedan Stadium in Athens, Ohio.

Jackson completed 16 of 22 passes for 240 yards but suffered four interceptions. He rushed for 74 yards on 11 carries and scored on a 7-yard run in the first quarter.

The Ragin’ Cajuns, who fell to 2-6, led at one time 14-7 in the second quarter.

Ohio retook the lead for good in the fourth quarter when Jackson threw a touchdown pass to Terrence McCrae on a 13-yarder to put the Bobcats up 24-17.

compiled from staff & Ohio Bobcats news

Ohio Bobcats picked to repeat as MAC basketball champions

(file photo)

The media that covers the Mid-American Conference has picked the Ohio University men’s basketball team to win its second straight conference championship.

(courtesy of Mid-American Conference)

The Bobcats were the surprise team of the MAC tournament last year after playing inconsistent for most of the season. They were seeded ninth before the tourney started.

They went on to upset Georgetown in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Kent State was selected to finish second behind Ohio in the MAC East Division. Ball State is the team to beat in the MAC West Division.

The MAC preseason team was selected as well at the annual basketball media day in Cleveland. Ohio Bobcats sophomore guard D.J. Cooper, Lancaster, Ohio native and Akron Zips senior forward Bret McKnight and Buckeye Valley graduate and Bowling Green junior forward Scott Thomas were the most notable players selected to the team.

Info courtesy of the Mid-American Conference

One last visit: Ohio State 43 Ohio Bobcats 7; Buckeyes 3-0


Coach Tressel leads the Buckeyes to battle (WAXX-TV photo)

Number 2 Ohio State forced five turnovers and scored on its first six possessions Saturday afternoon on its way to a 43-7 domination of Ohio University.

Ohio University, making their shortest road trip of the season from Athens,  70 miles to Columbus, Ohio, looked from the beginning that they were ready to play.

After Ohio State took a 3-0 lead, DeVier Posey’s older brother Julian took the Bobcats first¬† kickoff 99 yards back for a touchdown and everybody in Ohio Stadium remembering the coverage problems in the Marshall and Miami games were probably thinking ‘here we go again.’

But hold on! The kickoff return was called back due to an illegal block so Ohio did not take a 7-3 lead, it was still 3-0 Buckeyes.

Ohio's Julian Posey on his 99 yard kickoff return nullified due to a penalty (WAXX-TV)

The Buckeyes eventually forced the Bobcats to punt.

Then junior quarterback Terrelle Pryor got hot in the passing game. He had a streak of 16 straight pass completions, breaking the school record of 12, set by Jim Karsatos in 1985 against Wisconsin. That mark is the second-most in the Big Ten’s history to Iowa’s Chuck Long who had 22 in 1984.

The Buckeyes ran 26 of their first 31 plays in Ohio Bobcats territory.

Pryor finished the game 22 of 29 for 235 yards with two touchdowns and two “trying to be greedy” in his own words, interceptions. The first two turnovers by Ohio State in three games this season.

Pryor added 35 yards rushing and another touchdown.

Taurian Washington catches a deep ball (WAXX-TV)


* The Buckeyes have a 150-22-5 all-time record in September games and a 120-10-4 mark in September home games.

* Under Jim Tressel, Ohio State is 28-2 at Ohio Stadium against non-conference teams.

* Ohio State is 33-4 in non-conference regular-season games overall under Jim Tressel.

* Ohio State has had 58 consecutive crowds of more than 100,000 at Ohio Stadium.

* The Buckeyes have won 56 games in a row regular-season home games against non-ranked opponents not in the AP Top 25.

* Ohio State is now 6-0 vs. the Ohio Bobcats.

* Against teams in the state of Ohio, the Buckeyes are 178-48-15.

* Junior quarterback Terrelle Pryor is 22-3 as Ohio State’s starting QB.

Ross Homan (51) breaks down a ball carrier (WAXX-TV)

* Terrelle Pryor now has 14 career games with at least 200 yards of total offense, tying him for fifth place on Ohio State’s all-time list with Craig Krenzel.

* With 270 yards of total offense, Terrelle Pryor passed Archie Griffin (5,589) for eighth place on the school’s all-time list. Pryor now has 5,695 yards of total offense in his career.

* Ohio State recorded five more takeaways on Saturday, giving them an NCAA-leading plus-10.0 turnover margin.

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SPECIAL THANKS TO WAXX-TV for their help with photos

DeSales beats Logan Elm, 62-50 behind Ohio-bound Nick Kellogg

also contributing to this story is StephanieLee

Nick Kellogg leads DeSales

Nick Kellogg, son of former OSU and NBA star, Clark Kellogg playing Thursday night at the Convocation Center at Ohio University was only fitting. It’s where he’ll continue his playing career with the Bobcats.

He had a nice game, scoring 21 points in leading Columbus DeSales to a 62-50 win over Logan Elm. The Athens, Ohio crowd was getting a glimpse of what they might be seeing in the next four years.

Kellogg and his teammates will get another chance on Saturday as the Stallions will play Zanesville for the Division II regional championship in The Convo.

DeSales started slowly because of sloppy play and turnovers. Logan Elm took advantage and led 15-11 after the first quarter.

In the second quarter, DeSales got themselves under control and went on an 11-0 run to lead 46-35 after 3 quarters and the game was essentially over.

Nick Kellogg also added a perfect 10-for-10 at the free throw line to go with his 21 points.

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