Ohio redshirt junior CB Devin Bass "shows the ability to shutdown opponents," according to TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
Raiders selected Ohio CB Travis Carrie with the No. 219 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.
Ohio CB Travis Carrie looks like a fourth-round pick, according to NFL.com's Gil Brandt.
LaVon Brazill caught 8 passes for 108 yards, including a critical fourth-down reception on the winning drive in Ohio’s 24-23 win over Utah State in the Idaho Potato Bowl.
Tyler Tettleton’s 1-yard touchdown run with 13 seconds remaining and ensuing extra point lifted Ohio to a 24-23 win over Utah State in the Idaho Potato Bowl.
Ohio receiver LaVon Brazill had game-highs in receptions (8) and yards (124) in a 23-20 loss to Northern Illinois in the MAC championship.
Lavon Brazill heads into tonight’s MAC championship game against Northern Illinois needing eight yards to become the Bobcats’ all-time leader in career receiving yards.
Ohio quarterback Tyler Tettleton threw for 203 yards, 3 TDs and ran for 111 yards in a 21-14 win over Miami (Ohio) on Tuesday night.
Ohio's Donte Harden ran for 184 yards and totaled 322 yards in a 35-31 win over visiting Temple.
Ohio quarterback Tyler Tettleton threw for 258 yards and 3 TDs in a 35-31 win over visiting Temple.
Ohio quarterback Boo Jackson had a good night against Troy in the New Orleans Bowl but it was not enough as the Trojans rolled the Bobcats. Jackson finished the game with 209 yards passing with three touchdowns and just one pick.
Ohio quarterback Boo Jackson was not expected to play against Temple but he did in fact start and play the entire game. His performance, however, was not very good as he completed just 4-of-10 passes for 78 yards, a touchdown, and an interception while rushing for just 16 yards.
In a game that featured top backs like Bernard Pierce and Matt Brown as well as running quarterback Phil Bates, the top ground gainer of the night was Vince Davidson of Ohio. Davidson finished the night with 15 carries for 101 yards and two touchdowns.
Ohio quarterback Boo Jackson is questionable for Tuesday night's game against Temple after his face met a bouncer's hand at a bar last week.
Ohio quarterback Boo Jackson did more than scare Buffalo defenders as he scored touchdowns passing, rushing, and even receiving. Jackson finished the game with 175 yards passing with two scores and an interception while also rushing for 26 yards and a touchdown. Jackson was even on the receiving end of a Phil Bates 26-yard touchdown pass to make it four touchdowns on the night.