Nettleton resigned in January, 1960, to pursue his doctorate. Where swift Monogahela flows Ohio football is rich in traditions, and Coach Solich has since his hiring made upholding tradition a cornerstone of his program. He brought with him a unique offensive and defensive philosophy learned as a long-time assistant coach at the United States Air Force Academy. Roger Bacon senior running back Corey Kiner (LSU verbal commit) was named the 2020 Ohio Mr. Football award winner Thursday. Solich was head coach of the Cornhuskers from 1998 to 2003 where he directed Nebraska to 6 consecutive bowl games, including the national championship game in the 2002 Rose Bowl. Night Game. The Ohio Bobcats football team is a major intercollegiate varsity sports program of Ohio University. The following season, the Bobcats won their home opener against Wofford before dropping their next three straight. The Bobcats have won five MAC championships, in 1953, 1960, 1963, 1967, and 1968, and four MAC East Division championships, in 2006, 2009, 2011, and 2016. 3. Under the guidance of Frank Solich, the Ohio football program enjoyed a return to national prominence in 2006. Ohio Northern University to hold Veterans Day ceremony on campus, via livestream. From 1896 to 1905, the football program was in a state of flux, with a new coach taking over the reins every year. Bowl Record: 51 Bowls, 25-26, .490 W-L% (Major Bowls) Ranked in AP Poll: 67 Times (Preseason), 59 Times (Final), 932 Weeks (Total) Stadium: Ohio Stadium (cap. NFL/AFL stats for Ohio State Buckeyes players at Pro-Football-Reference. Women's Volleyball 8:00 PM Ohio Northern. Wilson's total of 3,597 yards still stands as the fifth-most ever by an NCAA quarterback. Only credit, not grades, transfer. And they left here sad but wiser The following season, Ohio won the league championship but was not invited to a bowl game. | Football History & Records Book (.pdf) | - Updated 1/31/20. In vain could they conceal The official 2020-21 Football schedule for the ... Heidelberg University Athletics. His appointed successor was Brian Knorr, who had been an assistant with Grobe while at Air Force and was Grobe's defensive coordinator at Ohio. His 1948 team, though only 3–6, is best known for its 37–7 demolishing of Case Western Reserve. [6] The local newspaper reports that a team was organized and had the "expectation" to compete against other colleges in the "not distant future. From 1964 to 1966, Hess's teams struggled, with the low point being a 0–10 season in 1965. The official 2020 Football Roster for the Northern State University Wolves Veteran Reps. Steve Stivers, Bob Gibbs, Bill Johnson and Bob Latta also won reelection. The home victory over WVU inspired a poem that appeared in The Athens Messenger and Herald newspaper.[9]. In 1929, the Bobcats moved into brand new Ohio Stadium, and celebrated with a 9–0 record, while giving up just 7 points all season (a lone touchdown to Ohio Wesleyan). Tessa Pitcovich - So. The Bobcats have appeared in twelve bowl games, losing 15–14 to West Texas State in the 1962 Sun Bowl, losing 49–42 to Richmond in the 1968 Tangerine Bowl, falling 28–7 to Southern Mississippi in the 2007 GMAC Bowl, losing 21–17 to Marshall in the 2009 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, and a defeat at the hands of Troy in the 2010 New Orleans Bowl. The man chosen was Harold Wise, who lasted only two seasons and posted 3–5–1 and 3–6 records. Following the success of the 1996 and 1997 campaigns, Grobe teams fell to 5–6 in both 1998 and 1999. The Ohio men's basketball team (4-1) hits the road to Huntington, W. Va. to take on Marshall (3-0) Sunday, Dec. 13. Ohio Northern - 3.27 GPA; Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference. The 1990 season saw the arrival of Tom Lichtenberg to coach the Bobcats, though the results on the field were similar to those seen under Bryant. He is the third player from Greater Cincinnati to … Tan & Cardinal recap, 9.27.1957, pg. Bowl Record: 51 Bowls, 25-26, .490 W-L% (Major Bowls) Ranked in AP Poll: 67 Times (Preseason), 59 Times (Final), 932 Weeks (Total) Stadium: Ohio Stadium (cap. Defensive Coordinator, Inside Linebackers Coach & Co-Special Teams Coordinator. Tyler Haines. Ohio Northern University to hold Veterans Day ceremony on campus, via livestream. Widdoes handpicked a successor in Bill Hess, who had spent seven seasons as an assistant to Woody Hayes and brought a similar philosophy back to Athens. 104,944) Location: Columbus, Ohio . "Pitt's football warriors opened the season at D. C. & A. C. Park, Wilkinsburg, yesterday by defeating the Ohio Northern University eleven 67-6. The 1968 season also marked Ohio's first-ever appearance in the Top 20. October 26, 2019 All-American Christiaan Williams reaches 1,000-yard rushing plateau for school record third season, leads Ohio Northern to 49-0 victory over Capital October 5, 2019 All-American Christiaan Williams runs for season-high 183 yards to lead Ohio Northern in … Along the way, they racked up 418 points in 11 games. And like the poet found that things Kickoff is slated for 3:30 p.m. That team did score several impressive victories, though, with a 46–6 win over the Cincinnati and a 35–35 tie against Minnesota. The 1895 squad was 2–3, with wins against Parkersburg High School [abbreviated Parker H.S. He began his coaching career at Ohio Wesleyan University and led them to the school's only victory over Ohio State. Championships: 3 Bowl Record: 13 Bowls, 5-8, .385 W-L% (Major Bowls) Ranked in AP Poll: 0 Times (Preseason), 1 Time (Final), 9 Weeks (Total) Stadium: Peden Stadium (cap. Costello would go on to a highly decorated professional career with the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants. University of Notre Dame: 49-37: 2013-2014: Ohio Northern University: University of Notre Dame: 29-7: 2014-2015: University of Notre Dame: Ohio Northern University: 26-16: 2015-2016: Valparaiso University: University of Notre Dame: 81-16: 2016-2017: University of Notre Dame: Valparaiso University: 57-15: 2017-2018: Valparaiso University: University of Notre Dame: 37-34: 2018-2019: … [16] The Bobcats were consequently invited to the 2012 Independence Bowl and won their second straight bowl game, 45–14 over the University of Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks. Ohio played in the 2009 MAC Championship Game, where they fell to Central Michigan 20–10. That year, the 'Cats were 4–6–1, and beat Miami for the first time in 4 years. Hoovler was named Lineman of the Game, and his 91-yard interception still stands as a Sun Bowl record. [12] Despite the crushing loss, Ohio rebounded to defeat Utah State 24-23 in the 2011 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. Ohio lost in the 2015 Camellia Bowl and the 2016 Dollar General Bowl, before defeating UAB in the 2017 Bahamas Bowl and San Diego State in the 2018 Frisco Bowl. Otterbein wearing dark jerseys; Ohio Northern wearing white jerseys with black pants. Ohio was the 1960 NCAA College Division national champion, as selected by both Associated Press and UPI in the 1960 NCAA College Division football rankings. Coach Paul is entering his 13th season with Ohio Northern and has compiled a record of 84 wins against 40 losses. In Hess's second season in 1959, Ohio went 7–2, finishing as runners-up to an undefeated Bowling Green squad. The Bobcats would never win another Buckeye Athletic Association title under Peden, though he still led the team through many winning seasons and thrilling victories. Heidelberg University. In 1995, Jim Grobe took over an Ohio program that was in great need of an overhaul. The Bobcats advanced to the 2006 MAC Championship Game, where they were defeated by Central Michigan 31–10. Tan & Cardinal recap, 9.27.1957, pg. For the third consecutive week, the top six in the College Football Playoff rankings stayed status quo. Ohio Northern coach John Nettleton coached the Polar Bears from 1956-1959. The best records of this time period were forged in 1897 and 1901 under Warwick Ford and Art Jones, respectively. The 1906 squad exploded for a 7–1 record, with wins over respected programs such as West Virginia University and the University of Cincinnati. In 2013, the Bobcats started 6–2, but went 1–4 the rest of the season, including a loss in the Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl to East Carolina. F.B. 104,944) Location: Columbus, Ohio . In 1899, the university affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Learn More. Tip-off is set for 2 p.m. inside the Cam Henderson Center. The most recent matchup was on September 14, 2019. — Jaret Patterson ran for 105 yards and matched a major-college football record by reaching 1,000 yards for the season in five games as No. Bryant's team fell to 1–9–1 in 1989, though, and Bryant was subsequently relieved of his duties as coach of the 'Cats. The awful havoc of their bucks Ohio has been both an independent and conference-affiliated. He won a Buckeye Athletic Association title in 1936 and another in 1938, with the 1938 team being one of the best under Peden. University of Michigan Football Coaches Fielding H. Yost 1901-1923, 1925-1926 ... yet also attended school at Ohio Northern University and Lafayette. His five-year record was 5-26-1 (.172). The game was closer than the score indicates. Hess's successor was Bob Kappes, who lasted only one year and posted a 3–8 record. He also took the Bobcats to two bowl games, and oversaw countless winning seasons and exciting victories along the way. Shop Apparel at The Ohio Northern University Bookstore. Otterbein wearing dark jerseys; Ohio Northern wearing white jerseys with black pants. The 2000 team also set a new school record for total offense, piling up 4,599 yards. Pastor Jeremy Davis will officiate. 25 in the Associated Press poll. Ironically, the Bobcats did not win the MAC in that 1962 season but did go to a bowl. Arguably the greatest Ohio team of the early era was Mark Bank's 1915 squad. In vain they could appease Harry Nickel McCrory (August 1, 1871 – May 9, 1907) was an American football coach. [3] Since then, the Bobcats have posted an over 500 wins over their 125-year existence and over 200 wins in their 72 years in MAC games. His lack of success against challenging opponents lead to a quick dismissal, and ultimately forced the hiring of Bobcat legend Don Peden. On January 7, 2007, the Bobcats were defeated by Southern Mississippi 28–7 in the 2007 GMAC Bowl. His teams were competitive, but struggled to face the challenging schedule presented by membership in the MAC. rhaines@bw.edu. The Bobcats returned to the post-season in 2009, posting a 9-3 regular season record and another MAC East Championship. Bobcat football was interrupted by World War II, with Ohio not fielding a team in either the 1943 or 1944 seasons. Prior to joining the MAC, the Bobcats won six Buckeye Athletic Association championships, in 1929, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1936, and 1938. Phone: 440-826-2073 The next year the Bobcats faced a five-game schedule, under the leadership of coach Harvey Deme. : Marv English inducted into NACDA Hall of Fame in 1981, Did You Know? Ohio would cap off the season at the Tangerine Bowl against the Richmond and to no one's surprise the contest was another shootout. Beating such teams as the University of Cincinnati, Marshall University, and Transylvania University, the Bobcats' only loss was a 13–6 affair versus archrival Miami University. In his final year as head coach, 1946, Peden steered the Bobcats into the Mid-American Conference as a charter member. Badly battered left they homeward The amazing pass-and-catch combination of Cleve Bryant and Todd Snyder, coupled with the sturdy running of Dave LeVeck and Bob Houmard, proved to be nearly unstoppable. L 10-35 11/3/2007 Last 10 Matchups. The Bobcats went on to win their next seven before playing at Kent State for a chance to play in the MAC Championship game. Following a 1984 season that saw the 'Cats go 4–6–1, Burke was replaced by Cleve Bryant, an Ohio legend who was responsible for quarterbacking the 1967 and 1968 MAC championship teams. The Ohio men's basketball team (4-1) hits the road to Huntington, W. Va. to take on Marshall (3-0) Sunday, Dec. 13. In 1920, Russ Finsterwald was hired to lead the 'Cats into a new decade. Which they found almost as quickly The next year, however, Peden led the 'Cats to a 6–2 season, and wins over the Cincinnati and Toledo. Solich planned to use the pistol and the spread, scrapping the fullback dive for the zone-read run. At the conclusion of each academic year, the school with the most varsity wins takes the trophy back to their campus for the following year. Following the explosion of the 1915 team, the Bobcats experienced a period of success during the late 1910s. Meanwhile, fullback Steveland Hookfin was piling up 3,972 rushing yards during the same era to become Ohio's all-time rushing leader. Tyler Haines. Tyler Tettleton emerged as the starting quarterback over the likes of Kyle Snyder and Phil Bates, who switched his position to wide receiver. ... vs. Ohio Northern. Ohio won their first bowl game on December 17, 2011 with a 24–23 victory over the Utah State Aggies in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. The total broke the previous mark held by the legendary 1968 squad. [4] A football schedule never materialized, however, and the league dissolved before even a single game was played, though a baseball championship was held in the spring of 1892, with Wittenberg claiming the pennant. "The Battle of the Bricks" is an annual all-sports rivalry competition between the Ohio Bobcats and the Miami RedHawks athletic programs. Phone: 440-826-2073 23 in the AP Poll and No. 'Gainst O.U. 1959 Ashland football - Ashland University Football Team. Ohio won back-to-back bowl games in the 2017 Bahamas Bowl and the 2018 Frisco Bowl. Only includes current MAC teams.[26]. Ohio led 14–7 late in the game before West Texas scored on a 32-yard touchdown pass and a two-point conversion to win 15–14. [5] In preparation, though, a team was formed on Ohio's campus and H.R. He is the third player from Greater Cincinnati to … That team upset Illinois yet again, and also earned victories over Xavier, Marshall, and arch-rival Miami. The coaches during this time period included Frank Remsberg, Warwick Ford, Peter McLaren, Fred Sullivan, Karl Core, Art Jones, Henry Hart, Joseph Railsback, and Harold Monosmith, with Sullivan being coach in both 1899 and 1903. Heldt was named coach in 1923, and posted a record of 3–5–1. The Pioneers defeated the Polar Bears 43-42 last season. Hide/Show Additional Information For Ohio Northern University - October 5, 2019 Henry Solomon Lehr founded the Northwestern Ohio Normal School in August 1871. Against a grueling schedule, Ohio was 5–4, and amassed a thrilling 23–6 upset of Louisville. In that period, Peden's squads won four Buckeye Athletic Association championships and enjoyed three undefeated seasons. Sports Illustrated called it an "insane circus" and it helped to land the 'Cats at 18th in the United Press International coaches' poll and 20th in the Associated Press writers' poll. December 2, ... Football 7:00 PM Ohio Northern. Bryant proved less successful as a coach, however, and led the team to a 2–9 record in his first year. [14] The team's enhanced national reputation prompted the President of the United States, during a visit to campus in October, 2012, to exclaim "I hear you Bobcats have quite an exciting football team and they are fun to watch...undefeated this year!" Findlay part 1 Wooster part 1 Wooster part 2 Bluffton part 1 Bluffton part 2 Ohio Northern University part 1 Ohio Northern University part 2 Manchester part 1 Manchester part 2 Defiance part 1 Findlay part 2 It was a performance that hinted at even greater things to come. Widdoes led the team to a 4–4–1 record in his first year, and made noise with an opening day upset of West Virginia. He began his coaching career at Ohio Wesleyan University and led them to the school's only victory over Ohio State. University of Notre Dame: 49-37: 2013-2014: Ohio Northern University: University of Notre Dame: 29-7: 2014-2015: University of Notre Dame: Ohio Northern University: 26-16: 2015-2016: Valparaiso University: University of Notre Dame: 81-16: 2016-2017: University of Notre Dame: Valparaiso University: 57-15: 2017-2018: Valparaiso University: University of Notre Dame: 37-34: 2018-2019: University of Notre Dame The Bobcats followed up the impressive 2006 campaign with a 6–6 record in 2007, and was one of 6 bowl eligible programs that was not invited to post-season play. However, the 1994 Bobcats were winless, going 0–11 and leading to the dismissal of Lichtenberg and his staff. Roger Bacon senior running back Corey Kiner (LSU verbal commit) was named the 2020 Ohio Mr. Football award winner Thursday. The following year, 1960, the Green and White enjoyed what many argue was their best season ever. The 1982 squad also managed a 6–5 mark, with a key 20–0 win Miami and a 17–14 upset of Toledo. Ohio Northern University pharmacy professor receives national award for lifetime leadership. Ohio followed up that bowl win with another in 2012 over Louisiana–Monroe in the 2012 Independence Bowl, by the score 45–14. Hide/Show Additional Information For Ohio Northern University - October 5, 2019 Higley was elected captain. The game was closer than the score indicates. Beginning in 1906, the Bobcats began to assert themselves as a more permanent entity on campus with the hiring of Arthur McFarland as head coach. Knorr proved inept as a head coach, however, and posted a 1–10 mark in 2001 despite retaining many players from the 7–4 2000 squad. GMAC announces spring 2020-21 football schedule October 12, 2020 Twitter Facebook Tiffin University's football team will play its 2020-21 season beginning March 13, as the GMAC announced a slate of six conference games taking place in the spring. Following cremation, a Memorial Service will be held at 3:00 P.M. Saturday, November 14, 2020 at the Georgetown Church of Christ, 149 Hamer Road, Georgetown, Ohio 45121. Prior to coming to Ohio, Solich spent many years as a part of the University of Nebraska football program, as a player, an assistant coach, and later as the head coach. The university is part of NCAA Division III and a member of the Ohio Athletic Conference. That team outscored all opponents by a combined 159–102, but was only a precursor of the impending prominence. Kyle Gallagher, Marietta Gallagher recorded eight tackles, including three solo stops and had 2.0 tackles for a loss, both sacks, the Pioneers 21-10 win over Otterbein. He served as the third head football coach at West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia and he held that position for the 1895 season. The Athens Messenger and Herald, November 11, 1897, p. 1. It was the only contest played that year by Ohio, with Marietta winning by a score of 8–0. As a senior in 2000, Robertson led Division III football in all-purpose yards with a school record 2,308 and set a rushing yards record … Some Ohio football traditions include:[25], Updated through November 28, 2020. Ohio finished that season with a win over Marshall, giving the 'Cats two wins over bowl teams for the first time since the 1970s. Mike has been inducted into both the Georgetown High School Athletic Hall of Fame and the Ohio Northern University Athletic Hall of Fame. His tenure, however, was marked by relative mediocrity, with records of 4–3, 4–4–1, and 5–3 in his three years at the helm. The 1974 and 1975 teams were 6–5 and 5–5–1, respectively, and built up to the successful 1976 season. [15] The following week moved up to No. Kareem Wilson, the Bobcats' fireplug of a quarterback, was voted the MAC's Offensive Player of the Year following a 1996 season in which he rushed for 1,072 yards and a school-record 14 touchdowns. The 1935 team upset the University of Illinois in the season opener, 6–0, on its way to a perfect 8–0 season. : Basketball begins on campus in 1904, ONU Women post undefeated 7-0 record December 7, 2020 Full Story. His storied 1941 team posted a record of 5–2–1 while outscoring all opponents 108–42. In 2000, however, the 'Cats went 7–4 and upset Minnesota for their first win over a Big Ten Conference team in 27 years. Ohio's archrival is Miami. 2021 Mar 26. Proud and boasting came they hither In 2004 a slight improvement was seen with a 4–7 record and a marquee win over the Kentucky Wildcats, but it was too little too late for Knorr. Aren't ever what they seem. Over that period, he compiled a record of 121 wins, 46 losses and 11 ties. Flat-rate shipping on your order. rhaines@bw.edu. Coach Paul is entering his 13th season with Ohio Northern and has compiled a record of 84 wins against 40 losses. With two losing seasons in a row, Widdoes resigned as coach and became Ohio's athletics director. "Pitt's football warriors opened the season at D. C. & A. C. Park, Wilkinsburg, yesterday by defeating the Ohio Northern University eleven 67-6. Reporting : I will be reporting to the Head Football Coach, Dean Paul. And they came from fair Virginia Learn More. Ohio Northern coach John Nettleton coached the Polar Bears from 1956-1959. Although Marshall had won each of the last six meetings between the schools up until the 2011 Ohio win of 44–7, Ohio leads the all-time series over the Thundering Herd with a record of 33–21–6. In 1968, the most explosive Bobcat offense ever stormed its way to a 10–0 regular season, a MAC championship, and an invitation to the 1968 Tangerine Bowl. From 1926 to 1928, the Bobcats posted winning records every season, with the 1928 team forging a 6–3 season and a marquee 66–6 victory over the Cincinnati. Solich's impact on the Ohio program was immediate, as plans were put in place to renovate Ohio's football facilities and increase financial support for the football program. The 1897 season, which produced the best record of any of the 19th Century campaigns, started with two straight losses—to Marietta College and Cincinnati. The 1911 squad outscored all opponents 88–44, but only managed to post a 3–3–2 record. Kickoff is slated for 3:30 p.m. In 2013, Ohio played in their fifth consecutive bowl game, losing to East Carolina in the 2013 Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl. With the retirement of legendary coach Don Peden in 1946, the Ohio athletics administration knew that it would be challenging to find a worthy successor. Bryant threw four touchdown passes and Snyder caught 11 passes for 214 yards. The Bobcats have played their home games in Peden Stadium in Athens, Ohio since 1929. [8] Former Ohio State University football player Anthony Gonzalez won his second term in northeast Ohio. Hess would also coach the 1977 team while fighting a battle with cancer, leading the team to a 1–10 record that included numerous close losses to challenging opponents. The place of Morgantown. The win was the first bowl victory in the program's history.[13]. His five-year record was 5-26-1 (.172). Following cremation, a Memorial Service will be held at 3:00 P.M. Saturday, November 14, 2020 at the Georgetown Church of Christ, 149 Hamer Road, Georgetown, Ohio 45121. That team also raised eyebrows with a 30–15 win over Kansas, runners-up in the Big Eight conference that season. All players in bold are current NFL players. Defensive Coordinator, Inside Linebackers Coach & Co-Special Teams Coordinator. 25 in the BCS standings, but were defeated 23-20 by the Miami University Redhawks on October 27 and dropped out of the top 25 in both the AP and BCS rankings. In his 19 seasons at the helm, Hess had a 108–91–4 record, placing him second to Peden on Ohio's all-time wins list. Lewis would go on to become a very successful college coach himself at West Virginia. : Thomas J. Smull transfers to Michigan, helps Wolverines win 1904 national title, Four Polar Bears named to National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society team, Jenna Fuller's game-winning goal in OAC Tournament title, Ryan Bruns hits the game-winner for the Red Scare in an 108-82 TBT victory over The Region, Chillin' With A Polar Bear: 2019 Spring Semester, Episode 12 (Avery Ewing). The 1958 season under Hess ushered in a new level of Bobcat success. Kappes was replaced by Brian Burke, who brought the program back to a reasonable level of respectability. In 1949, Carroll Widdoes became the new coach of the Bobcats following a successful two-year tenure at Ohio State. Former Ohio State University football player Anthony Gonzalez won his second term in northeast Ohio. Today, the Bobcats are the only team still in the conference from the original 5 team league that included Butler, Cincinnati, Wayne State, and Case Western. 's pointed steel: The official Football History vs Ohio Northern University ... Away Record. Peden continued his legacy of success following the graduation of Lewis and the other seniors of the 1935 team. Ohio's regional rival is Marshall. After the loss in the New Orleans, Solich sent top offensive assistants Tim Albin and Gerry Gdowski to Troy, Alabama to learn the spread offense. He soon began coaching the team, according to the student newspaper, the Panorama. His 875 career carries are the most by a signal caller in college football history. That year, the Bobcats were led by All-American Art Lewis, a sturdy tackle who became a first-round selection of the New York Giants in the first-ever National Football League draft in 1936. After the 2000 season, however, Grobe left the 'Cats to become head coach of Wake Forest. The 1979 and 1980 teams were both 6–5, with the Bobcats managing to beat Miami both years. Night Game. Following that win the Bobcats were ranked No. [11] The Bobcats would go on to finish 10–4 on the season, including a 20-point, 2nd half collapse in the 2011 MAC Championship Game against Northern Illinois. Frank Solich's first home game as coach of Ohio was a memorable one, as Peden Stadium brought in its largest crowd ever at the time to watch the Bobcats defeat Pittsburgh 16–10 in overtime. [30], NFL Players and Individual awards and achievements. Maggie Krause - Sr. Sydney McCluer - Sr. Melinda McIntosh - Sr. Allison Stevens - Sr. Kathleen Colvin - Jr. Chyanne Retcher - Jr. Kylie Vestal - Jr. Megan Wright - Jr. Taylor Ellerbrock - So. Football goes undefeated, unscored upon in 1934 after winless 1933 campaign, Ohio Athletic Conference announces Spring schedules for postponed Fall team sports, Did You Know? The 1945 team was 3–4 while struggling to recruit new members after the war and facing a challenging schedule. Injuries and the untimely death of the Ohio University quarterback, on the field, in December 1898, was a sombering event, with severe injuries often taking place in early collegiate football as uniforms of the era provided little physical protection. Peden oversaw one of the Bobcats' best-ever spans—seven seasons from 1929 through 1935—in which Ohio compiled a cumulative record of 49–9–3. Ohio Bobcats School History. He was fired after the 2004 season. Seasons: 59 (1962 to 2020) Record (W-L-T): 290-364-9 Conferences: MAC Conf. His winning percentage is .542, and he is responsible for bringing 4 MAC titles and one National Championship to Athens. His coaching record at West Virginia was 5–1. Also, Ohio was selected to appear on national television 6 times for the 2005 football season, a record for the program. The 'Cats were 7–2 in their 1897 campaign, and posted a 6–1–2 record in 1901. More Headlines. [10] Needing a quarterback that was both able to throw the ball down field effectively and command the no-huddle offense a battle commenced for the starting quarterback position. The Northern Shop allows you to customize Northern clothing for every type of Polar Bears fan. Two years later in 1962, Hess led Ohio to its first-ever bowl game, a matchup with West Texas State in the 1962 Sun Bowl. The 1990 squad was 1–9–1, and that was followed up with a 2–8–1 performance in 1991. Plus, check out our large selection of official gear for men, women, and kids, exclusive items, and more! Football Program History (records, results, statistical leaders etc.) It was the Green and White's first winning season in 15 years. Harry Nickel McCrory (August 1, 1871 – May 9, 1907) was an American football coach. The season prior, he had sent assistants to Nevada to learn the pistol offense. With swift dispatch and ease, Knorr was 4–8 in 2002, and regressed to 2–10 in 2003. He served as the third head football coach at West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia and he held that position for the 1895 season. Peden's tenure began rather unceremoniously in 1924, with a 4–4 record. Announced schedules as of September 23, 2019. For the first time, the football team was given space in the Athena yearbook in 1892. The 1969 season saw the Bobcats begin to tail off a bit, with the team only posting a record of 5–4–1. The Bobcats were blown out at the hands of Troy on December 18, 2010 in the 2010 New Orleans Bowl 48–21. Grobe's squads were prolific offensive teams, in spite of the media's ill-conceived notion of an "antique" offense. Did You Know? Ohio Northern University will hold its annual Veterans Day Commemoration on Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. That things are n't ever what they seem tackling of two-way standout Dick Grecni, Bobcats! 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