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Buffalo Bulls vs Ohio Bobcats: Ohio Media on Wednesday's Game

Buffalo looks to break a three-game losing streak tonight in Athens, Ohio. As always, we look to the media covering the other sideline for further insight on the matchup.

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The way things have gone the last month, it hasn't been the worst thing in the world that there's only been a single UB football game in three and a half weeks. But we've got another tonight, which means it's time for another look at what the opponent's media coverage is saying about tonight's game.

Happily Ohio has more media coverage than most UB opponents, and there's a good deal to read here and pass away your afternoon:

Football: Bobcats use time off to get healthy, confident - The Post: Sports
Ohio is on a bye week and will get time to gear up for the last three weeks of the season, where they will hope to finish with a non-losing record

@OhioFootball Hosts Buffalo Nov. 5 - OHIOBOBCATS.COM
The Ohio football team welcomes Buffalo on Wednesday, Nov. 5. Kickoff is set for 8:00 p.m. at Peden Stadium and can be seen on ESPNU.

Battered Bobcats look to claw back
The Bobcat football team came into this season a young squad - then injuries during a grueling stretch of schedule put more young players on the field.

Football: Ohio prepped after long break - The Post: Sports
The Bobcats will play their first game in more than a week Wednesday when the Bulls come to Peden Stadium.

Bobcats Ready for Midweek Action Against Buffalo - OHIOBOBCATS.COM staff writer Christian Hoppens previews the Bobcats' game against Buffalo.

Ohio Football Looks To Buck November Woes | WOUB

Solich Addresses the Media During Buffalo Week - OHIOBOBCATS.COM
Ohio Football head coach Frank Solich met with the press on Thursday to discuss the Bobcats' Mid-American Conference game against Buffalo. Check out the complete transcript.

Ohio Bobcats Game Notes

Go Bulls!