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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. 

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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As a member of the Ohio Bobcats football team, it is not typical for freshmen to come in and contribute right away.

In fact, out of all the upperclassmen currently on the Bobcats roster, only nine players did not redshirt as freshmen.   

Two Bobcats earned MAC Player of the Week honors for the week of Sept. 29 in the East Division with junior libero Meredith Ashy being named the defensive player of the week and junior setter Abby Gilleland being named co-offensive player of the week.

In the week leading up to the beginning of Ohio's Mid-American Conference slate, head coach Frank Solich listed starting quarterback Derrius Vick as "doubtful" in his weekly press conference, leaving JD Sprague as the starter for the second consecutive week.

The Ohio Women’s Golf team notched their first tournament victory since 2004 as they won the Golden Grizzlies invitational on Sunday at the Katke-Cousins Golf Course in Rochester, Mich.

Ohio compiled ten services aces and improved to 2-0 in Mid-American Conference play after defeating the Central Michigan Chippewas 3-1 (25-11, 21-25, 25-18, 25-20) Saturday night in Mount Pleasant, Mich.

The Ohio soccer team battled Buffalo Sunday coming off a 3-1 victory over Akron on Friday. The closely contested battle was controlled in the midfield for the majority of the game, but the Bulls handed the Bobcats their first loss in double overtime, 1-0. 

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.

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