Week 8 of college and high school football in Ohio is in the books. In college, Ohio State’s offense continued its roll with a dominating win over Rutgers. The MAC is getting tighter and tighter this week with losses by Bowling Green and Akron. The OAC elite of John Carroll and Mount Union are both
Week 7 has come and gone in college and high school football in Ohio. In college, the Akron Zips look to be a factor in the MAC and win their first league championship in many years. The OAC elite, John Carroll and Mount Union, remain unbeaten on the season. The state of Mississippi has two teams,
Ohio State continued their winning ways while many others in the Top 25 had a dissimilar weekend.
Who’s the new No. 1 in the wake of St. Edward losing their second straight game?
If only they could play Kent State University every week, right?
Week 2 of football in Ohio saw a lot of big matchups. In college, many of the Ohio teams struggled including Ohio State, Akron, and Kent State. The local OAC teams finally kicked off their season this week, too. In Northeast Ohio, high school fans saw matchups pitting two top teams in the area like
A look at who won (and lost) this past weekend in Ohio collegiate and high school football.
Two local mainstays did what they were expected to do in the Division I regional quarterfinals, while a surprising public school team kept doing just that. St. Ignatius head coach Chuck Kyle won his 300th game as his Wildcats defeated Austintopwn Fitch 35-26 despite a handful of mental mistakes and five total turnovers. Ignatius (10-1)
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Via the Cleveland Plain Dealer, we’re graced with what will likely be the best news Browns fans have heard in quite some time: Center LeCharles Bentley has been cleared by the Browns medical staff to practice in minicamp. “It’s been a long road back for LeCharles,” said [GM Phil] Savage. “We have to give him a