Recap originally appeared in Speakeasy Magazine. It took Ohio until the third quarter of their Homecoming matchup with the Akron Zips to gain control, but once they had it, they ran away with it. With 204 combined yards from running backs Beau Blankenship, Ohio came out on top 34-28 improving to 7-0 on the season. […]Read more "Blankenship, Boykin power Bobcats to Homecoming victory"
After having success picking apart the Ohio secondary all night long, Marshall was well on their way to marching down the field for a game winning score. After airing the ball out 64 times for 432 yards, it was Rakeem Cato’s 65th pass that carried the most weight. Ohio struggled containing Cato’s arm throughout the […]Read more "The Bell stays in Athens"
adies and gentlemen, this is the week. Ohio’s biggest rivals stand in the way of the Bobcats improving to 3-0. That’s right, I said it. The Marshall Thundering Herd. Ohio’s biggest football rivalry. I wrote a little National Blog last year. At one point, I stated how I was over the Miami rivalry, how the […]Read more "Why Not Marshall?"
Originally appeared in Speakeasy Magazine. Midway through the final quarter in their season opener against Penn State, the Ohio Bobcats held a slim 17-14 lead, all they needed was another score to seal the victory. The ‘Cats started at their own seven-yard line and marched 93 yards into the deafening noise of the Penn State […]Read more "Ohio flips switch on Penn State"
Ohio’s season kicks off today against Penn State in one of the biggest games in the history of the program. This story is for those who need a guide on why being an Ohio Bobcat fan this year is so vital. From A to Z, here are the key points for the upcoming Ohio Bobcats […]Read more "Ohio Bobcats Football – An A to Z Guide"
As the Power progress forward with their season, they will do so under the direction of a new offensive coordinator. The new face: Former sixteen-year NFL quarterback Mike Tomczak. Tomczak will be learning under the wing of Interim Head Coach Derek Stingley, but is very excited by the opportunity. “I’m excited to be around football,” […]Read more "Tomczak Attack"
Before Pittsburgh Power Defensive Coordinator Derek Stingley spent eight seasons being a defensive force in the Arena Football League and before he spent another eight seasons being a coach and a mentor in the league, he had one season playing minor league football in the small town of Hammond, Louisiana. In that lone season Stingley […]Read more "Hall of Fame Bound"