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The 2014 season hasn’t exactly gone the way Devin Bass would have liked.

Bass has struggled in pass coverage for much of the season, and has become a point of criticism for Ohio fans and the media.

Through 10 years in Southeast Ohio, Frank Solich has transformed the Bobcats into a winning program.

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Ohio outside hitter Mallory Salis uses two very different skill sets to impact the match on any given night.

The Ohio University volleyball team stayed unbeaten in Mid-American Conference play after a 3-0 win over Bowling Green Saturday night in Northeast Ohio. The Bobcats are 13-4 and 6-0 in the MAC.

Coming into the Battle of the Bricks game against Miami on Sunday, Ohio coach Aaron Rodgers said that the Bobcats had perhaps played their most complete game of the season against Ball State a couple of days earlier.

Ohio’s game with Bowling Green on Saturday was a weird one, statistically.

The Bobcats controlled all major statistical categories, running a program-record 110 offensive plays, gaining 513 yards, and controlling the ball for just over 39 minutes.

The No. 10 Ohio Bobcats (6-2) split their weekend series at No. 2 Robert Morris-Illinois (8-1) after winning a shutout, 3-0, on Friday and losing a shootout, 3-2, on Saturday.

The home crowd held its breath in the 16th minute as Ohio captain Gabby Hausfeld ran into her senior goalkeeper Nicole Amari and failed to get up. The expression on her face and the anxiousness from the bench said it all; she would not be playing any more minutes in this match.

A cold and rainy night couldn’t stop the Belpre Golden Eagles (5-2) from running away with a big victory against Miller by a score of 53-6. And with only two complete passes (both from Miller) in the entire game, this was a match that Belpre would run away with on the ground.

The Athens Bulldogs kept their dominant season rolling on Friday, as they rolled over the Meigs Marauders in a 49-0 victory.

John Glenn looked to upset conference powerhouse Tri-Valley, who entered Friday’s game with a 30-game win streak in the MVL. However, the Scotties were rude guests to John Glenn, winning by a score of 44-0.

On a cold and rainy Friday night, the Parkersburg Big Reds dominated both sides of the ball against the Woodrow Wilson Flying Eagles and came away with a convincing 24-0 victory.  

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