OU Football > MAC East Champs

Your Ohio University Bobcats are the 2009 MAC East champions!

The team heads to Detroit's Ford Field to face the Central Michigan Chippewas on Friday, December 4, at 8 p.m.

The Bobcat Bash starts at 6 p.m. Enjoy food and beverages with fellow fans before cheering on the team.

Get more information about the game and the bash on
MAC Championship Central. Order your tickets to both events on OhioBobcats.com

If you can't see it in person, be sure to tune in to ESPN2 for complete coverage.

Go 'Cats!

Pizza Dough = Scholarship Dough

Support scholarships for OU students by enjoying a tasty meal at the California Pizza Kitchen in Legacy Village.

Just bring in
this flyer on Monday, November 30, and present it to your server when ordering. Twenty percent of your check will be donated to the scholarship fund of the Ohio University Parents Club.

The club traditionally awards $1,200 scholarships each school year to students from the Greater Cleveland area. The number of scholarships available depends on the success of the club's fundraisers.

Green Friday

And now, a special message from Ohio Athletics .  . . </Don Pardo>

Ohio Football Battles for MAC East Crown Friday

Bobcat fans, the game of the year is here — Ohio vs. Temple for the outright MAC East title!

Don't miss any of the action Friday in Peden Stadium as the 'Cats will host their last regular season game of the year and scratch for another MAC East title. Kickoff is set for 11 a.m.

This game is huge! All season ticket holders should have received a letter in the mail from Coach Solich offering an allotment of free tickets to this game as a way of saying thank you. As another form of saying thank you to fans, Ohio Athletics is offering all general admission tickets to the Temple game for only $5! That's only five bucks to see a game that will crown a champion.

The football team needs your support! Make Black Friday a green one. We'll see you in Peden Stadium!

The game will also be nationally televised on ESPN U. Go 'Cats!


More OU videos than you can click a mouse at are posted on the Ohio U Alumni's channel on YouTube.

From Marching 110 performances to student projects to beer cheese soup at the Pub (!), you can get your fill of Athens no matter where you are.


110 @ Ohio Theatre [Columbus]

On Monday night, the Marching 110 is going to rock out at the Ohio Theatre in Columbus. The theater opens at 7 p.m.; the show — featuring all of the music played during the 2009 marching season — starts at 8. All 110 fans know that the show is well worth the trip!

Tickets are $8. Call the Marching 110 office (740.593.1110) or visit
www.marching110.org to purchase tickets or get more information. (Tickets are also available at the pre-show party and at the theater.)

Join the
Marching Band Society of Alumni and Friends and the Central Ohio Alumni Chapter for a pre-show party at the Ringside Cafe from 5 to 7:30. The Ringside Cafe is located at 19 N. Pearl Street (off Broad Street, across from the Statehouse). There's no cover, but plenty of OU raffle prizes and drink specials!

Questions? Contact Dawn at 740-593-4300 or

Additional Notes

Go 'Cats!

The 6-3 Bobcats make a national TV appearance at 7 p.m. Tuesday when they battle Buffalo on
ESPN2's College Football Primetime. You can also listen online at Ohio Bobcats.com.

Plus, congrats to the members of the OU field hockey team for beating Miami and claiming the MAC championship! This is their third MAC title in four years.

The team takes on the ACC champs on Tuesday at 1. Follow the action on Ohio Bobcats.com.

Ohio Today - Online

This isn't your dad's alumni magazine . . . Check out the online edition of Ohio Today:

  • Exclusive commentary from award-winning photographer Herman Leonard, whose iconic images defined the jazz era of Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday

  • A Q&A with the voice of the Chicago Bulls, alumnus Chuck Swirsky

  • “Postcards” from alumni, faculty and students who had exciting summer adventures

  • An inside look at the move-in weekend, the latest news and more!

Quiet Riot: Halloween 2009

Read all about it in The Post . . .

Monsters, convicts and even Jesus traveled to Court Street Saturday night to raise a ruckus - resulting in a few arrests and disputes.

Police said Halloween 2009 was uneventful, despite a couch fire on Palmer Street, and yielded about the same number of arrests as last year.