Ohio Football Tickets
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2014 Ohio Bobcats Football Schedule
Ohio Bobcats Football Ticket Info
The Ohio Bobcats football team was so close to their first bowl victory in team history last season…but they fell 17-21 to their bitter rivals Marshall, and so the quest begins again. The Frank Solich era has been a success by all measurements, but fans of the Bobcats are beginning to wonder how much further this team can take the success it has begun to experience. One of the knocks against this team in recent years has been the supposed lack of big-time talent at important positions. If that has been a problem, that might change this season. If you want Ohio Bobcats football tickets, we have them.
Senior quarterback Boo Jackson is one of the most exciting players on the Ohio Bobcats roster, with great playmaking abilities and a good bit of experience. Of course, Jackson is coming off of a shoulder problem, and Phil Bates - a junior transfer from Iowa State who could be one of the most dangerous weapons in the conference if his performance joins up with his talent - will challenge Jackson for playing time. Fans of the Bobcats can be certain that they will not be lacking in quarterback play, regardless of which man gets the job, and either player will have a couple great targets in senior wide receiver LaVon Brazill and junior wide receiver Terrence McCrae. With explosive junior running back Kenny Ashley coming out of the backfield, and with a defense led by sophomore strong safety Gerald Moore and senior defensive linemen Dak Notestine and Marcellis Williamson, this team has the pieces to make some serious noise in the Mid-American Conference. So get your Ohio football tickets today.
The Ohio Bobcats schedule will not be a breeze, but it is full of games that should be severely competitive, and that can all become big wins for the Bobcats. The team opens with two games at Peden Stadium, against Wofford (September 4th) and Toledo (September 11th) before going on the road to play Ohio State (September 18th) and to avenge their bowl loss against Marshall (September 25th). The Bobcats will face rival Miami University in Oxford this season, on October 23rd, before returning home for their last two home games of the year, versus Louisiana on October 30th and Buffalo on November 4th. GoTickets.com has Bobcats football tickets for every game this season.
Ohio Bobcats tickets will be a great item to pick up this year, as the team continues to prove themselves to be one of the top teams in the MAC. Don’t miss one moment of this exciting college football action - make plans today to be in Athens this season.