Tom Brady and Bill Belichick can overcome most roster deficiencies, but a good defense with a good game plan could challenge New England. The Chiefs are balanced on both sides of the ball and would give the Patriots all they could handle if they were to face off for the AFC Championship.read more >>
Brittany Morrison wants to be scoring insurance for the UB women’s basketball team.
If the Bulls (6-0) miss a shot, three, or layup, the sophomore power forward wants to be there.
Morrison has garnered a reputation amongst her teammates and coaches as a ruthless rebounder, despite being undersized. Morrison’s rebounding plays a fundamental part in the team's success, not just for second chance points, but for team confidence.read more >>
James Benjamin came to UB for academics initially. But when John Stutzman came into the picture, Benjamin decided to wrestle.
UB wrestling head coach John Stutzman used to coach at Bloomsburg University before he came to UB.read more >>
The only fun thing about wrestling is getting your hand raised, according to UB head wrestling coach John Stutzman. However, after Stutzman’s first match in the seventh grade, his opponent had his hand raised.read more >>
Felisha Legette-Jack hopes people start paying attention to what’s happening in Western New York. She isn’t just hoping to build a team, she’s hoping to build a dynasty.read more >>
With the end of their season in sight, UB’s football team nearly pulled off a comeback win on Saturday.
“I don’t know if you’d call it a little bit of reckless abandon” said graduate transfer quarterback Grant Rohach. “Hey we were going for it, we were putting it down field regardless of if it was dicey or not, or risky, we were gonna leave it all out there.”read more >>
Football (2-9, 1-6 Mid-American Conference)
The Bulls were underdogs coming into Saturday against Western Michigan (11-0, 7-0) and ultimately fell 38-0.read more >>
DP: What was your time at Buffalo like?
BO: It was great man, I think I did a lot. I know you always believe you’ll do great things but once it actually happens it’s surreal.read more >>
The No. 21 Western Michigan Broncos (11-0, 7-0 Mid-American Conference) came into Saturday to show off for the College Football Playoff committee. They did just that.
The undefeated Broncos dictated the game and came away with a 38-0 blowout of the Buffalo Bulls (2-9, 1-6 MAC) at a packed Waldo Stadium. Bronco’s redshirt senior quarterback Zach Terrell torched the Buffalo defense for a career high 445 yards as well as four touchdowns. His favorite target, senior receiver Corey Davis had 13 catches for 173 yards and two touchdowns.read more >>
“Win the day.”
That is the motto UB women’s basketball coach Felisha Legette-Jack preaches to her players.read more >>
The formula for success in mid-major college basketball is simple: recruit well, keep as much year-to-year fluidity as possible and create a winning atmosphere with a good coach.read more >>
UB women’s basketball managed to pull off several upsets on their way to a Mid-American Conference Championship and NCAA tournament berth last year.read more >>
Davonta Jordan, a talented young point guard who had just graduated high school, found himself looking for a school late in the summer.read more >>
In the first half of Sunday’s Mid-American Conference Championship Game, the Akron Zips outshot the Buffalo Bulls 13-0. By the end of the game, Akron had outshot UB 25-4 and had a 15-0 edge in corner kicks.read more >>
In their final home game of the year, the Bulls (2-8, 1-5 Mid-American Conference) were defeated by the Miami RedHawks (5-6, 5-2 MAC) 35-24 at UB Stadium. Bulls redshirt freshman quarterback Tyree Jackson finished the day 12-of-27 for 96 yards before being pulled with a leg injury late in the third quarter. Miami sophomore defensive back De’Andre Montgomery finished the game with two defensive touchdowns, scoring both within five minutes of each other.read more >>
The Bulls (12-3-3, 3-1-2 MAC) eked out a 2-1 overtime win on Friday in the MAC semifinal game against the Bowling Green Falcons (9-7-4, 2-1-3 MAC) at Cub Cadet Field. For the second consecutive year, the Bulls will face the Akron Zips (11-5-3, 3-1-1) in the MAC Championship game.read more >>
For years now, the running back position has been among the strongest position groups for UB’s football team.
This is thanks to Matt Simon, UB’s (2-7, 1-4 Mid-American Conference) running back coach and one of the only coaches to be retained after the team underwent a massive overhaul two years ago.read more >>
The Buffalo Bulls (2-7, 1-4 Mid-American Conference) are coming off nine days rest as they prepare to face the Miami (OH) RedHawks (4-6, 4-2 MAC) on Saturday.read more >>