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On Saturday, Ohio redshirt freshman linebacker Quentin Poling led the defense as Ohio held off Idaho for a 36-24 win.

On Monday, he picked up some hardware for his performance.

Following a non-conference win over the Idaho Vandals in Ohio’s home-opener, head coach Frank Solich appeared optimistic about his team in his weekly press conference.

Before the 2014 season began, nobody knew of running back A.J. Ouellette, or linebacker Quentin Poling.

Now, both players are household names.

Ouellette and Poling led their respective units to a 36-24 home-opening victory for Ohio (2-2, 1-0) over the Idaho Vandals (0-3).

The Ohio Bobcats will host the Idaho Vandals in the 2014 home opener at Peden Stadium on Saturday.

There is no place like home.

That’s what the Ohio Bobcats (1-2) are thinking this week, as they finally prepare for their first home game of the season after playing three-straight on the road to begin the season.

The Nelsonville-York Buckeyes dropped River Valley for the Raiders’ first loss on the season Friday night, as the Buckeyes used two second-half touchdowns to pull away from the Raiders and win by a final of 28-7.

Ohio University announced plans Wednesday for a new “state-of-the-art” academic center that will be located behind the north end zone at Peden Stadium, as well as a fundraising campaign to finance the project.

The NFL and NFL Players Association announced a new drug policy on Wednesday afternoon, and it has some implications on some former Bobcats.

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The Warren Warriors and the Parkersburg South Patriots have followed similar narratives during the opening stages of the 2014 season. Warren managed to win just three games in 2013 and Parkersburg South just two, but both teams already look to be on the path to improvement this season.

Points have not been in short supply for either Gallia Academy or Marietta of late. The Gallia Academy Blue Devils are coming off a 55-point victory over Fairland, while Marietta dropped 34 points in a battle with undefeated Williamstown.

A leader stands strong in the face of adversity. A leader puts others before themselves. Derrius Vick is a leader.

The MVL standings at this time one year ago are quite similar this season, but with one key difference; the Sheridan Generals are a perfect 3-0 heading into Week 4.

There is no place like home.

That’s what the Ohio Bobcats (1-2) are thinking this week, as they finally prepare for their first home game of the season after playing three-straight on the road to begin the season.

Through the first three weeks of the 2014 season, it has been anything but a struggle for the Point Pleasant Knights (3-0), as they have dispensed of all three of their opponents in impressive fashion.

For a conference that was on the brink of disassembling before the 2014 season began, the SEOAL has provided plenty of excitement through the first three games. The Jackson Ironmen sit atop the standings with a perfect 3-0 record after shutting out its last two opponents.

In the first nine volleyball matches of her senior season, Hannah Burkle has already recorded more kills and blocks than her previous seasons as a Bobcat combined.

Ohio senior goalkeeper Brittany Walker and freshman Megan Silveira were named Mid-American Conference field hockey defensive and offensive player of the week, respectively, the league announced Tuesday, Sept. 16.

 

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