Jovon Johnson

Ohio University Bobcats #51 - Linebacker

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 215
  • Seasons: JR

Iowa Football: Week 1 Re-Watch Cutting Room Floor

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We’ve released our 2020 re-watch schedule. Now we’re taking a look at other great games from this week of the schedule that didn’t make our cut.

The Best of the Black and Gold: BHGP Ranks the Greatest Defensive Backs of the Ferentz Era

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Few Big Ten schools can match Iowa’s production at the cornerback and safety positons under Kirk Ferentz and Phil Parker. But which defensive back will reign supreme as the best of his era?

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Three Bobcats Earn NFL Camp Opportunities

Hours after the NFL draft, three Ohio Bobcats sign undrafted free agent contracts and will attend spring camp.

Ohio's coach is 71 and still a contender

After a three-year slide, Frank Solich and his experienced Ohio Bobcats rebounded to 8-5 and came close to quite a bit more. Is the 71-year old Solich starting another high-caliber run in Athens,...

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Jovon Johnson could make impact on special teams

Ohio's Jovon Johnson has a chance to make a roster as a special teams player.

Can Ohio build on its success from last year?

The Ohio Bobcats were surprisingly successful this past year. Can they build on it next year?

App. St wins Camellia Bowl, first bowl win ever

Appalachian State came back to win their first ever bowl game in their first appearance in school history,

App St. 31 Ohio 29: Mountaineers win Camellia Bowl

Ohio made enough defensive plays for a 10-point halftime lead and still had to try and come from behind. Ultimately the 'Cats faltered and the better-schooled Mountaineers emerged victorious.

Camellia Bowl preview: Bobcats tackle Mountaineers

Appalachian State has reached a bowl game in its first year of eligibility as an FBS program. It has also torn apart the Sun Belt and excelled on both sides of the ball. With the Mountaineers...

Camellia Bowl advanced stat preview

Advanced stats previewing the Camellia Bowl between Appalachian State and Ohio.

talkin' sMACk: Ohio vs. Buffalo

Nothing says exciting like two teams trying to bounce back from routs at the hands of the West Division