TD Club HOF Series: Mac attack
The highlight of Pat McNamara’s college career — possibly the highlight of his entire athletic career — occurred on Nov. 13, 1971, in Columbus.
On that date, McNamara and the Northwestern Wildcats upset the Ohio State Buckeyes, 14-10.
TD Club HOF Series: Huey at the helm
Dave Huey’s collegiate football career came to an abrupt end at a spring practice before his sophomore year at the University of Toledo.
Wrestling, 2013-14: Matters of the mat
There’s always something exciting about the start of a new wrestling season.
It’s fun to try and anticipate which young men who fell just short of their goals will take that step from being really good to being great.
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Outdoors Insider, with Dale Sunderlin: Deer to their heart!
Young hunters checked 6,645 white-tailed deer during Ohio’s two-day youth gun season, Nov. 23-24, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).
Jon Hall's Buckeye Notebook: Ohio State eeks out win
Having already punched their ticket to the Big Ten Conference Championship next Saturday in Indianapolis, it was only fitting that in meeting for the 110th time, the No. 3 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes (12-0,8-0) and Michigan (3-5, 7-5) would go down to the final seconds.
Ratliff leads Lakers past Spartans
Pymatuning Valley forward Quintin Ratliff picked the perfect moment to dial it up a notch in non-conference clash with visiting Conneaut. The senior took over the action in the second half, scoring 18 of his game-high 28 points after intermission as the Lakers overcame a tough band of youthful Spartans to claim a 69-56 victory.
Braves badger Spartans
It takes neither an emotional speech nor an angry outburst from Badger girls basketball coach Dusty Karr to set his team on the warpath. The Braves draw their motivation from their opponents beating up on them a little bit.
Jeff cranks up the D
First-year Geneva coach Matt Vespa, new to Ashtabula County, admitted he didn’t know what to expect out of his team in its season-opener at Jefferson on Friday night.
Perry mans its way past Edgewood
Perry boys basketball coach Al Iacofano wants his Pirates to take control of games in their man-to-man defense.
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