The Bobcats’ second scrimmage of fall camp, held Saturday inside Peden Stadium, wasn’t as sunny and well-oiled as the first.
Through two weeks of fall camp, observers have seen Nathan Rourke throw the ball accurately and on time, be sharp in his reads and decisions, and even take command of a post-practice huddle to rally his teammates.
On Thursday night, former Bobcat standout A.J. Ouellette was hoping to make an impact — or at least an impression — during the Cleveland Browns first preseason game of the 2019 season.
Due to a (failed) calculated gamble on my part — months ago I planned a vacation that I didn’t think would cross into the start of Ohio’s fall camp — I was absent for the start of the Bobcats’ preseason preparation last week.
At this point, neither head coach Frank Solich nor running backs coach Tim Albin has a firm idea of who will be the Bobcats’ top back — or duo or trio of backs — in 2019.
CLEVELAND — The streamers fell, the music swelled, and the cell phones rose at the end of a phalanx of arms to record every smile, huge, and championship t-shirt.
CLEVELAND — The Ohio Bobcats (27-4) and the Buffalo Bulls (23-9) will square off in the Championship Game of the 2019 Mid-American Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament on Saturday.