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Ohio volleyball middle blocker Karin Bull has been named the Mid-American Conference East Division Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 1.

Ohio’s redshirt-junior kicker Josiah Yazdani drilled a 44-yard field goal as time expired to give the Bobcats a season-opening 17-14 victory over Kent State on Saturday.

When quarterback Derrius Vick was named Ohio’s starting quarterback for the 2014 opener, he had only one career-start under his belt, and it was against FCS Norfolk State in 2012.

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Former Ohio guard Walter Offutt has accepted a job as a graduate manager at the University of Illinois. He will help lead the Illini men's basketball team under the guidance of head coach John Groce.

The Ohio men’s basketball team welcomed another addition to its backcourt Tuesday, as it announced that former Houston guard Jaaron Simmons will be transferring to Ohio.

The archery team from Athens City Schools will be making its fourth trip to the archery world tournament later this month.

The Ohio Bobcats will be represented at the FIBA World Cup this summer, as senior forward Maurice Ndour will compete with the Senegal National Team in the tournament.

Ohio and Marshall have agreed to play each other in football in 2019 and 2010, according to NBC's College Football Talk.

Former Ohio basketball standout D.J. Cooper will spend his summer in Europe. The point guard was granted Bosnian citizenship, allowing him to compete with the Bosnian National Team.

The Minnesota Vikings have claimed former Ohio defensive back Julian Posey off waivers, according to multiple sources including NBC's ProFootballTalk.

Teenage girls scramble in a hard fought match in the sprawling soccer complex next to the expressway interchange near Lodi.

Athens quarterback Joe Burrow had made it known that he wanted to decide on his collegiate plans before his senior season began this August.

Tuesday morning, Burrow followed through on his word, as he announced that he had committed to the Ohio State University on his Twitter account.

Former Ohio University men's basketball recruit Tariq Owens signed a letter of intent to play for the University of Tennessee, the SEC school announced Wednesday, May 21.

The Odenton, Md., native signed with Ohio in November but his release was confirmed April 25.

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