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Grass is green, the sky is blue, and the Athens Bulldogs offense cannot be stopped.

Here are the scores from all of your favorite area teams.

MVL

Philo: 37 Morgan: 0

West Muskingum: 0 Caldwell: 33

John Glenn: 14 New Lexington: 17

Ohio football reporter Nick Komjati previews the Bobcats' weekend in Kalamzoo against the Broncos (4-3, 2-1).

The MVL is one of the most competitive conferences in Southeast Ohio. The action lives up to the expectations week in and week out, and this week is no different.

SportsBeat host Matthew Doyle talks with Ohio point guard Stevie Taylor and forward Treg Setty on the upcoming season for the Ohio men's basketball team, Setty's alter ego and the return of the headband for Taylor.

Since Frank Solich was named Ohio's coach in 2005, the number of former Bobcats making it in professional football has seemingly increased every year. 

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Deane Webb has the Bobcats headed in the right direction
The Bobcats look to cool off a Huskies team that hasn't lost since September 12

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For Chelsea Bilger, the last year has been nothing like she expected.

Seven weeks into the 2014 season, the Athens Bulldogs are still the top team in the TVC-Ohio. Most of the Bulldogs’ spotlight gets shined on quarterback Joe Burrow and running back Trae Williams.

Following the Ohio's second consecutive Mid-American Conference loss to Bowling Green, Ohio head coach Frank Solich expressed that he t

Senior outside hitter Kelly Lamberti led Ohio (13-4, 6-0 MAC) to back-to-back victories over Mid-American Conference East Division rivals to earn herself the title of MAC East Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 13.

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.

Since Frank Solich was named Ohio's coach in 2005, the number of former Bobcats making it in professional football has seemingly increased every year. 

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.

1) Jackson Ironmen (8-0, 3-0) | Last Week’s Ranking: 1

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