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At 2-0 on the new season, the Ashland University football Eagles will take to the road for the first time this season as they head to Columbus to take on defending GLIAC champion Ohio Dominican. While the Eagles were taking care of business against Walsh University last Saturday 41- 17, the Panthers were busy making a comeback against Grand Valley State winning 28-24, giving ODU their 17th consecutive regular season win.
Last season at Jack Miller Stadium, the Panthers used big plays and a kickoff return for a touchdown to beat the Eagles 31-19. When asked if the Panthers are as good or better than last year, Eagles head coach Lee Owens responded by saying ODU is solid, but he couldn't say they were better. Then he added that his team Ashland, is better than a year ago. Eagles linebacker Cody Bloom, who has made 20 tackles through two games, says the thing that makes Ohio Dominican tough is the fact they do not beat themselves with mistakes and turnovers. Kickoff is at noon in Columbus.
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