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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


1)Jackson Ironmen (6-0, 1-0)

1) Point Pleasant Big Blacks (6-0)

1. Athens Bulldogs (6-0, 2-0) | Last week’s ranking: 1

Northern Illinois’ Jess Woolridge scored a brace within the last 20 minutes of the game to give the Huskies a 2-0 win over Ohio Sunday afternoon.

Ohio volleyball remained undefeated in Mid-American Conference play after defeating the Akron Zips Saturday night 3-0 (25-14,25-13,25-10) in Ohio’s annual “Dig Pink” game.

The Ohio Bobcats defense could not control the ground game of Central Michigan, as the Chippewas topped Ohio 28-10 in Mount Pleasant. The Bobcats slipped to 3-3 and 1-1 in the Mid-American Conference.

The Ohio Bobcats (3-2, 1-0) will return to Mid-American Conference play on Saturday afternoon as they travel to Mount Pleasant to take on the Central Michigan Chippewas (2-3, 0-1).

When Philo coach Dirk Lincicome arrived in Duncan Falls in 2010, he inherited a team that hadn't made the playoffs since 1995. The Electrics ended that streak last season when Lincicome took the Electrics back to the postseason.

The Jackson Ironmen and Warren Warriors battled on Friday night in the first week of SEOAL play, and during the game came a downpour of rain that would affect both teams.

A wet and soggy night at the Maysville Athletic Complex was not enough to stop the Maysville Panthers (6-0, 5-0 MVL) from edging the Sheridan Generals (5-1, 3-1) in an a triple-overtime thriller 27 to 24 on homecoming night.