Things aren’t going to get any easier for the men’s basketball team.
On Saturday, the Bulls (4-4) lost to the reigning national champions, No. 7 Duke, 82-59 in Cameron Indoor Stadium and it won’t be the last time this week Buffalo faces elite talent.
On Monday night, the Bulls continue their road trip with a stop at No. 5 Iowa State (6-0) at the Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa.read more >>
Fueled by a 23-point outburst by Ingram, No. 7 Duke (8-1) defeated Buffalo (4-4) 82-59 on Saturday at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Buffalo shot less than 23 percent from beyond the arc in its second consecutive loss first-ever trip to Durham, North Carolina.read more >>
The football team ended its first season of the Lance Leipold era 5-7 with a 3-5 Mid-American Conference record.
A 5-7 record isn’t a bad start to the Leipold era, but losing three in a row to end the season, when just one more win was needed to make the team bowl eligible, left a sour taste in fans’ mouths.read more >>
Hofstra (6-1) defeated the Bulls (6-1) 79-36 in Hempstead, New York Thursday, which ends Buffalo’s six-game winning streak to start the season. It was Legette-Jack’s first game against her former team, which she coached from 2002 to 2006, since coming to UB in 2012.read more >>
Buffalo will first travel to Durham, North Carolina to face the Blue Devils in Cameron Indoor Stadium, considered the mecca of college basketball.read more >>
A dismal shooting performance from both the line and three-point range led to the loss for the Bulls, which snaps Buffalo’s three-game winning streak.read more >>
UCF hired Oregon Offensive Coordinator Scott Frost as its new head football coach Tuesday. The hire marks the first one that White, Buffalo's former athletic director, has made as AD of the Knights.read more >>
The chemistry of the women's basketball team and head coach Felisha Legette-Jack, evident in a recent team trip to Universal Studios, is one reason the Bulls (6-0) defeated Central Florida and Clemson of the Atlantic Coast Conference for it’s best start since the 2000-01 season.read more >>
Both Buffalo men’s basketball assistant coach Donyell Marshall and Bulls Director of Player Development Julius Hodge, two former NBA journeymen, reminisced about playing against Kobe Bryant.read more >>
It’s fair to say there’s been little stability in the UB football program over the past few seasons. The Bulls have had a coaching change. They’ve seen the highs of a bowl game in 2013 and the lows of back-to-back five-win and bowlless seasons the past two years. But through it all there has been one constant – Joe Licata, a local high school quarterback who stayed local and shattered most of the passing records at UB.read more >>
Joe Licata's played every single game of his college career with family in the stand, and they were there once again for his last game Friday despite wind, rain and a heart-breaking season-ending 31-26 loss to Massachusetts. His father Gil and mother Paula have never missed a game – home or away – while his three sisters have only missed a few.read more >>
The Bulls’ (5-7, 3-5 Mid-American Conference) season ended with a 31-26 loss to Massachusetts (3-9, 2-6 MAC) at a rainy and windy UB Stadium Friday.read more >>
Four months out from the Mid-American Conference Tournament, the Buffalo men’s basketball team added another tournament championship to its résumé.
The Bulls (3-2) defeated Vermont (2-3) 77-71 in Uncasville, Connecticut Sunday to help claim the Springfield Bracket Championship of the Hall of Fame Tipoff Classic. After blowout losses to Old Dominion and St.read more >>
UB will make an announcement Tuesday regarding the future leadership of UB Athletics.read more >>
After an offseason of departures, the men’s basketball team is counting on them to lead the way this season, and they did just that in leading the Bulls (2-2) to an 86-68 win over North Carolina A&T (0-4) in Uncasville, Connecticut Saturday. The game was the third of four games Buffalo will play in the Hall of Fame Tipoff Classic.read more >>
The football team (5-6, 3-4 Mid-American Conference) is still a win away from bowl eligibility after a 41-21 loss to Akron (6-5, 4-3 MAC) at InfoCision Stadium – Summa Field Saturday. Buffalo will now need a win over Massachusetts (2-9, 1-6) in its season finale at UB Stadium on Friday for any chance at the program’s third bowl game since returning to Division I in 1999.
Here’s how The Spectrum graded the Bulls’ performance Saturday.read more >>
Buffalo defeated Massachusetts (1-2) 56-48 at the Mullins Center in Amherst, Massachusetts Saturday to get its first 3-0 start to a season since 2000-01. The Bulls have not allowed an opponent to score 50 points in a game this season.read more >>
Akron (6-5, 4-3 Mid-American Conference) defeated the Bulls (5-6, 3-4 MAC) 41-21 at InfoCision Stadium - Summa Field Saturday, which sets up an all-important season finale against Massachusetts next week for Buffalo. The Bulls will try for their sixth win of the season, which could mean a bowl invite.read more >>
The No. 7 seeded Bulls (7-22, 6-10 Mid-American Conference) lost to No. 6 seed Ball State (15-16, 8-8 MAC) 3-1 in the first round of the MAC Tournament in Athens, Ohio Thursday night. The Bulls won the second set to pull the match even, but proceeded to drop consecutive sets. The Cardinals meanwhile advance to the MAC Quarterfinals against No. 3 Kent State (19-9, 13-3 MAC).read more >>