Robert Morris Vs. Ohio Final Score: Colonials Stun Bobcats 70-64

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The Ohio Bobcats lost for the first time in more than a month on Monday night.

After nine straight wins, the Bobcats figured to make it 10 in a row as they hosted the Robert Morris Colonials. Instead, the leaders of the Northeast Conference shocked the Bobcats 70-67 at Convocation Center in Athens, Ohio.

Ohio had not previously lost since falling 59-54 to the Louisville Cardinals on Nov. 25. The Cardinals are now 12-2 and ranked No. 10 in the country. Meanwhile, the Bobcats are also now 12-2.


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The Bobcats had won nine straight, and five in a row by at least eight points. The 67 points scored is the fewest by Ohio since they beat the Morgan St. Bears 61-53 on Dec. 3.

The game marks the first home loss of the season as well for Ohio, as they fall to 7-1 at Convocation Center. Morris St. improves to 11-4 with the win.

The Bobcats now have a few days off before they take on the 6-7 Bowling Green Falcons on Saturday.

Head over to SB Nation's main NCAA Basketball hub at SBNation.com/NCAA-Basketball for more college hoops.

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