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  1. Scout's take: Xavier adds 6-10 forward

    Reggie Rankin

    Fast-rising four-star power forward Makinde London (Thompson's Station, Tenn./Montverde Academy) ended his recruitment today when he committed to Xavier over VCU, Miami and Mississippi State. This is an excellent pick up for Xavier coach Chris Mac...

    Blog | September 25, 2013
  2. Kent State and Ohio university adding guards that can flat-out sc...

    Reggie Rankin

    Kent State and Ohio University adding guards that can flat-out score in the MAC, writes Reggie Rankin.

    Story | Conversation | November 03, 2011
  3. W. Michigan's Reitz gets NFL looks

    Reggie Rankin

    The Mid-American Conference has a long history of great players. During my MAC career as an Ohio Bobcat in the mid 1980s, the league had its share of big-timers that went on to play in the NBA: Ron Harper at Miami (Ohio), Dan Majerle at Central Mic...

    Blog | January 17, 2008
  4. W. Michigan's Reitz gets NFL looks

    Reggie Rankin

    The Mid-American Conference has a long history of great players. During my MAC career as an Ohio Bobcat in the mid 1980s, the league had its share of big-timers that went on to play in the NBA: Ron Harper at Miami (Ohio), Dan Majerle at Central Mic...

    Blog | Conversation | January 17, 2008
  5. Watch out for the RedHawks

    Reggie Rankin

    As a former MAC player at Ohio University, our rival is Miami (Ohio). Watching the RedHawks this past weekend play in the inaugural Anaheim Classic even made a Bobcat cheer for the RedHawks. I am not surprised by the success Charlie Coles is having...

    Blog | November 29, 2007
  6. Watch out for the RedHawks

    Reggie Rankin

    As a former MAC player at Ohio University, our rival is Miami (Ohio). Watching the RedHawks this past weekend play in the inaugural Anaheim Classic even made a Bobcat cheer for the RedHawks. I am not surprised by the success Charlie Coles is havin...

    Blog | Conversation | November 29, 2007