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The Mid-American Conference released its annual preseason football rankings before the start of the 2014 MAC Media Day on Wednesday and showed that the balance of power may be shifting across the conf

The Ohio Bobcats are no stranger to roster turnover, as the team has replaced many starters and all-conference players in between the past two seasons.

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Ohio basketball recruit Tariq Owens has been released from his letter of intent, his father confirmed to WOUB Friday.

Former Ohio tight end and captain Jordan Thompson reached an agreement with the National Football League's Detroit Lions Friday after participating in mini camp this week.

Thompson went undrafted a year ago after graduating from Ohio. He caught 60 career passes for the Green and White.

The Ohio Ultimate team will be competing in the Ohio Valley Regional Tournament on April 26-27 in Toledo, Ohio.

The Rio Grande RedStorm (27-16) will face The Lindsey Wilson Tigers (40-6) on Friday after just facing each other last Monday. The games close to each other because the last three meetings were canceled due to the weather. In the first meeting, each team came away with a victory.

The Ohio Bobcats end their lengthy road schedule in Akron with a weekend series against the Zips on Saturday and Sunday, April 26 and 27 at 2 p.m. and 1 p.m.

SportsBeat host Pat Moore and Matthew Doyle interviewed the new Ohio men's basketball coach, Saul Phillips, in studio on Thursday.

The Ohio Ultimate team met on April 23 and voted on new captains to head up the team for the 2014-2015 season.

On a perfect Wednesday afternoon in Huntington, West Virginia, Ohio took one of two games in a doubleheader against the Marshall Thundering Herd.

Game One

The Georgetown Tigers proved to be as good in person as they are on paper, as the Rio Grande RedStorm (27-16) dropped both games of a doubleheader to the Tigers. Pitching was the Tigers’ strong suit throughout the day.

The Rio Grande RedStorm traveled to Miami-Hamilton to take on the Harriers on Tuesday evening and cruised to a 12-3 victory to win their fourth game out of their last five. Kirk Yates led the RedStorm, going 2 for 4 with three RBIs and a run.

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