Ohio Bobcat basketball received 7 votes in the latest AP Top 25 poll yesterday. The Bobcats sit at 37th in the poll after a 3-0 start to the season. Ohio also received five points to place them 41st in the Coaches Poll. The Cats return to action tonight as they host the Hampton Pirates. The game can be heard on Power 105 with pre game at 6:30 and tip off at 7. Also, Ohio State came in at third in the most recent AP Top 25 poll and Coaches Poll. The Buckeyes are 3-0 and will battle Missouri-Kansas City on Friday at 6.
Also, Ohio football coach Frank Solich told media that the of the two injuries sustained to defensive lineman Neal Hyunh and Carl Jones, one will be a game time decision and one will miss the game on Friday. He did not specify which, but the Bobcats will be without one as they head to Kent State for the regular season finale on Friday morning. The game can be heard on Power 105 with pregame coverage starting at 9:30 AM on Black Friday and kickoff at 11.
The University of Maryland’s Board of Regents voted unanimously Monday to accept an invitation to the Big Ten starting in 2014 and will leave the ACC. Also, it is reported that Rutgers will be announced as the 14th member of the Big Ten today after leaving the Big East. It is expected that the Terps will be able to negotiate the $50 million exit fee from the ACC to a lower amount. Maryland and Rutgers will join the Leaders division, with Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Purdue and Indiana while Illinois would move to the Legends division.
On Monday Night Football, San Francisco handled Chicago, 32-7.
The Cleveland Cavaliers received some tough news yesterday, learning that guard Kyrie Irving will miss four weeks with a broken index finger. Irving got hurt on Saturday night in the third quarter in a game against Dallas. X-rays were originally negative before they found out that it was actually a fracture following a game on Sunday. The injury riddled guard is averaging 23 points per game this season. Cleveland hosts Philadelphia at 7 on Wednesday.
In NBA action last night, Atlanta topped Orlando, 81-72. Charlotte edged Milwaukee, 102-98. Indiana defeated Washington, 96-89. Denver bested Memphis, 97-92. Golden State outlasted Dallas, 105-101 in overtime. The LA Clippers ousted San Antonio, 92-87 and Utah toppled Houston, 102-91.
In the NCAA Top 25 yesterday, #1 Indiana outlasted Georgia, 66-53. #9 North Carolina dominated Mississippi State, 95-49. #11 UCLA fell to Georgetown, 78-70 and #12 Kansas toppled Washington State, 78-41.
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