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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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For anyone who may have said the Ohio Bobcats played their best hockey Friday night, they were wrong.

The Bobcats moved to 4-0 after manhandling the Pittsburgh Panthers, 9-1, in the second game of their 2-game weekend series.

On paper, Ohio’s game with Eastern Illinois on Saturday appeared to be the typical FCS-matchup that results in an easy win for Ohio.

The halfway point of the 2014 season has come and gone, and reporter Kelsi Steele dives into the TVC-Hocking to break down the state of the conference at the midway point. 

 

Tri-Valley continued their MVL dominance with a 38-7 over New Lexington on homecoming weekend in Dresden.

The renewal of the “Battle of the Bridge” rivalry between Gallia Academy and Point Pleasant did not turn into one of the exciting battles of the past as the Big Blacks came out on top by a score of 58-3.

In a battle of two mid-table TVC-Ohio teams, the Alexander Spartans beat the Wellston Golden Rockets 31-20.  Both teams came into the game with 2-2 records in what was the TVC-Ohio opener for Wellston.

The South Gallia Rebels (3-2, 2-1) overcame numerous turnovers and took to the ground against the Eastern Eagles (2-3, 2-1) to grinded their way to a 28-18 victory Friday night.

On their homecoming night, the Logan Chieftains (2-3, 0-0) handled the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (3-2, 1-0) 40-7, accumulating over 350 yards of total offense and scoring all 40 points in the first half.

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