Five on five, Vol. 12

Each week, we ask five of our sportswriters five questions about Ohio athletics. Their answers may surprise you. This week, we talked to sports editor Alex Hider, basketball writers Bez Saciri and Jack Zink and women’s basketball writers Shelby Dermer and Zak Kolesar. After a disappointing loss in the Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl, what is the legacy…

Five on five, Vol. 11

Each week, we ask five of our sportswriters five questions about Ohio athletics. Their answers may surprise you. This week, we talked to sports editor Alex Hider, contributor Danny Medlock, assistant sports editor Katie Hendershot, men’s basketball reporter Jack Zink and women’s basketball reporter DuShaun Headd. Will you even bother watching the next football game? Alex Hider: I probably won’t be…

MAC Blog: Contenders emerging near the end

Over the course of three days, the Mid-American Conference featured six games that eliminated some teams from contending for the conference championship and helped to put others over the edge. Bowling Green took Ohio out of contention for the MAC East with a 49-0 victory, while Toledo held on to their hopes off a collapse…

Five on five, Vol. 10

Each week, we ask five of our sportswriters five questions about Ohio athletics. Their answers may surprise you. This week, we talked to sports editor Alex Hider, contributor Danny Medlock, assistant sports editor Katie Hendershot, hockey writer Josh Yost and volleyball writer Shelby Dermer. Football has been outscored 79-3 over its last two games. What happened to this team?…

Bobcats blown out by Falcons 49-0 in final road game

Three Ohio Bobcat defenders stood frozen in the Perry Stadium end zone during the first quarter when Bowling Green Falcons quarterback Matt Johnson aired the ball out 32 yards to wide out Heath Jackson. The BG wide receiver muscled the ball from the unaware Ohio secondary to put the Falcons up 14-0 on just their…

Bobcats aim to steady defense against Falcons

When the Bowling Green Falcons (6-3, 4-1) came to Athens last season for an ESPN 2 night game, the special teams sacrificed 16 points; mainly because of a bad punting day by Grant Venham. The 26-14 loss was a determining factor in the Ohio Bobcats (6-3, 3-2) failure to return to Detroit to play for…