In my alma mater’s defense, we rarely score this many points.
Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 18 Ohio.
Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 11 Ohio.
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Less than a week after the Titans' Darius Reynaud started the NFL season with a safety on an opening kickoff, Marshall's Steward Butler gave us an even more derp-tuoso performance during a college game Saturday night.
The last time we checked in on the Ohio University Marching 110, they were doing a "pretty good" rendition of Psy's "Gangnam Style." (Their performance of "Party Rock Anthem" isn't bad, either.) But during halftime of last night's bout against Marshall, the 110 gave their take on The Song Of The Summer.
The Ohio Bobcats played rivals Miami in the MAC softball tournament yesterday. Ohio, up 3-2, was fielding with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning. Miami had a runner on first base when freshman Jenna Modic stepped up to the plate.
Here's a crushing block on a punt return.
I wanted to hate it, you know? Hot viral microshare reblog blah blah blah. But I also wanted to hate the actual video, and that's obviously the shit, so what can you do? These stupid nerds rocked it. I have nothing mean to say, about this routine, in particular. Good stuff. Looks hard! I hope it gets them all laid…
For the first time since Bradley in 2006, a 13-seed is going to the Sweet Sixteen. Ohio held off USF in the final minutes of a closely-fought game, and they'll take on top-seeded North Carolina in the St. Louis regional. Here's what the final moments looked like on TBS and sounded like as called by the Ohio IMG…
Congratulations to the Ohio Bobcats, who in beating Akron 64-63 won the MAC tournament and punched their ticket to the dance.
As an Ohio alumnus, I'm overly sensitive to fans & the media confusing my alma mater with that school in Columbus—or certain coaches who refer to the Buckeyes as "Ohio."
Apologies for the lousy video quality, but here's a fight that erupted between Ohio's Porsha Harris and CMU's Jas'Mine Bracey during the Chippewas' 67-53 win over the Bobcats last night in Mount Pleasant.
Ohio vs. Utah State is your early evening bowl game. Regardless of what may happen in the game, fans are guaranteed to have been witness to greatness. Earlier today, in the south endzone, the "largest potato on wheels" was unveiled.
Skip ahead to the 1:10 mark or so and watch as Ohio football players learn via video that they'll be wearing black jerseys this season. Much whooping ensues. One guy rolls around on the floor. Another raises his arms in supplication to the glory of Russell Athletic. This is the jock equivalent of Oprah giving away…
Ohio's Rufus Bobcat was lying in wait for Brutus Buckeye as he led OSU onto the field. A little harmless(?) mascot fun escalated to the point where security had to escort a man in a big foam suit off the field.
Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee. If you're flying over these states today, the bonfires will light your way to whatever godless coastal sinhole you've sold your soul to live in. Butler-Murray State; Ohio-Tennessee. Get some.
Can Greg Monroe take over the tournament and continue in the great GT center tradition? Which famous alumnus will get some camera time? Comment here when you're not refreshing Julia Allison's Twitter feed.