The Ohio Bobcats fell to the Bowling Green Falcons last night, 26-14. Ohio came storming out of the gates, driving the length of the field and punching it in on a Tyler Tettleton 5-yard touchdown run. However, special teams problems haunted Ohio as the Bobcats had two punts blocked and a couple other mistakes, giving BGSU 19 points on the night. Down by 12 at the half, Ohio came out in the third quarter and cut the lead to five on a Chase Cochran 3-yard touchdown catch. However, the mistakes hurt Ohio as the Falcons took advantage to extend the lead in the second half. The Bobcats had opportunities late in the ball game, but could not convert. Ohio falls into third place in the MAC East and will need a lot of help to get to the MAC Title game for a second straight season. Ohio falls to 8-2, (4-2 MAC). The Cats will now head to Ball State next Wednesday. The game can be heard on Power 105 with pregame coverage starting at 6:30 with the Bobcat Insider and kickoff at 8.
The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Golden State Warriors last night, 106-96. Golden State came out red hot, leading 37-21 after the first quarter with lights out shooting. Cleveland cut the lead to just eight going into the half, but the Warriors continued to show the hot hand, pushing the lead out to 11 after three and not letting Cleveland get back into the game in the fourth. The Warriors shot 54 percent on the night. Kyrie Irving led the Cavaliers with 28 points and six assists. Cleveland will now have today off before heading to Phoenix on Friday night at 9.
Elsewhere in the NBA yesterday, Utah topped the LA Lakers, 95-86. Dallas outlasted Toronto, 109-104. Minnesota handled Orlando, 90-75. Denver defeated Houston, 93-87. Philadelphia ousted New Orleans, 77-62. Memphis dominated Milwaukee, 108-90. Miami blasted Brooklyn, 103-73. Atlanta clipped Indiana, 89-86. Boston snuck past Washington, 100-94 in overtime. Phoenix bested Charlotte, 117-110 and the LA Clippers crushed San Antonio, 106-84.
The NHL and the Players’ Association met yesterday in New York for the second straight day and plan to meet yet again on Thursday. The meeting lasted about six hours and included discussions involving issues that have separated the two sides, including revenue sharing and the provision to honor players’ existing contracts. The two sides have now met three times in the past five days, but the NHL has already said there is no chance for a full 82-game season this year.
On your radio dial tonight, it’s the Sports Fan presented by J&K Contracting. That’s on 970 WATH and it’s from 6:06 to 7. Also, on Power 105 tonight, it’s the High School Football Playoff Preview Show with Rusty Martin and Troy Bolin from 7 to 9.
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