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Bulls clinch MAC East division

02/22/18 5:07am | By THOMAS ZAFONTE

With their win against Bowling Green Falcons on Wednesday, the Bulls have won the Mid-American Conference East division for the first time since joining the conference in 1998.

The 88-67 win at the Stroh Center Wednesday night is Buffalo’s sixth win in a row.


UB women’s basketball falls at home to Northern Illinois

02/12/17 6:26pm | By JUSTIN BYSTRAK

For three quarters, UB women’s basketball (16-7, 6-6) held Northern Illinois (17-6, 10-2) and their No. 3 scoring offense in the country in check.

The Bulls entered the fourth quarter leading 65-60 before the Huskies ripped off 16 consecutive points to start the fourth quarter, opening up a lead they would never relinquish.


The Rundown: Weekend in UB Athletics

02/06/17 1:41pm | By Sports Desk

UB men’s basketball defeated Ball State (15-8, 6-4) 96-69 Friday in a nationally televised game at Worthen Arena. It was the third straight game in which the Bulls scored 90 points, the first time they have done that since the ’94-’95 season.


The Rundown: Winter break

02/02/17 12:26pm | By DANIEL PETRUCCELLI

Women’s basketball (15-5, 5-4 Mid-American Conference)

After starting the season hot and jumping out to a 10-0 start, the Buffalo Bulls women’s team faced their first taste of defeat this season when they fell to Harvard 74-62 in their second game after Christmas.


Best Super Bowl 51 prop bets

02/02/17 12:25pm | By THOMAS ZAFONTE

How long will the National Anthem be? Under/over two minutes and nine seconds.

It may seem like a long song, but most Super Bowl performances of the Star Spangled Banner only go a little over two minutes.


Spectrum Super Bowl predictions

02/02/17 12:15pm | By Sports Desk

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is one the greatest defensive minds the NFL has ever seen. He and defensive coordinator Matt Patricia will have their hands full on Super Bowl Sunday. The Falcons boast the seventh highest scoring offense in NFL history.


The rundown: Past week in UB Athletics

01/23/17 11:32am | By Sports Desk

The Buffalo Bulls men’s basketball team got things back on track this week with their second victory of 2017. They defeated the Kent State Golden Flashes (9-9, 1-4 MAC) 82-69 at the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center. The game included many large runs from both teams and finished with the Bulls on a 23-5 run.


UB men’s soccer head coach Stu Riddle to take job at Northern Kentucky

01/09/17 4:16pm | By MICHAEL AKELSON

After four years a the head coach of UB’s men’s soccer program, Stu Riddle will be leaving the program to accept the same job at Western Kentucky, according to a Buffalo News report.

“It’s a sad scenario to have to leave Buffalo,” Riddle told The Buffalo News. “Professionally, I thought I could do big things here, but with the resources at hand, this was as much as I could do.”


Spectrum's NFL Playoff predictions

01/07/17 2:49pm | By Sports Desk

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.


UB women’s basketball power forward Brittany Morrison sheds light on relentless rebounding

12/04/16 5:27pm | By THOMAS ZAFONTE

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.


UB football falls to Bowling Green 27-19

11/26/16 11:42am | By DANIEL PETRUCCELLI

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.”


Western Michigan blows out UB football 38-0

11/20/16 2:49pm | By DANIEL PETRUCCELLI

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.