Despite the fact UAB announced this summer it would bring back its football team around 2017, Lisa and Collier are now members of the Buffalo football team and are finding ways to make their new team successful.read more >>
Head coach Lance Leipold knows his team isn’t playing consistent enough to be a winning football team.
That’s evident by Buffalo’s three-game losing steak that has it near the bottom of the Mid-American Conference. Buffalo posted 500 yards of offense in a close loss to Bowling Green three weeks ago, but sputtered last Saturday and finishing with 236 yards of offense in a 51-14 loss to Central Michigan (3-4, 2-1 MAC) and has been up and down all season.read more >>
One of the hardest hitting, intense club sports at UB practices on a small patch of grass on the side of the Governors parking lot while running around with broomsticks in between their legs.read more >>
A breakdown of the weekend in UB Athletics.read more >>
#SpiritDay, which is a national event that supports LGBTQ youth and has been promoted by the likes of the NBA, MLB, WNBA and MLS, came to Alumni Arena Friday. Game-goers wore purple to show support.read more >>
The Buffalo football team struggled in many areas throughout the entire game, and it resulted in one of the worst team performances by the Bulls in recent memory in a 51-14 blowout loss to Central Michigan on Saturday.read more >>
Central Michigan (3-4, 1-2 Mid-American Conference) defeated the Bulls (2-4, 0-2 MAC) 51-14 loss Saturday at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. It was Buffalo’s third consecutive loss and the fourth game in a row it has allowed more than 350 yards of total offense.read more >>
It’s a very winnable game for the Bulls.
They just have to play for all 60 minutes.
Buffalo needs to finally show up in the first half and sustain its second half surge.read more >>
The Buffalo football team (2-3, 0-1 Mid-American Conference) will make a rare trip to Mt. Pleasant, Michigan on Saturday to continue MAC play against Central Michigan (2-4, 1-1 MAC). Both teams have weapons that can easily make or break the game for each side.
But who will those players be? Who has the edge at each position? The Spectrum broke it down.read more >>
On Saturday, the Bulls (2-3, 0-1 MAC) will try to get their first conference win of the Leipold era when they travel to face Central Michigan (2-4, 1-1 MAC) at Kelly/Shorts Stadium in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. It will only be Buffalo’s second time playing at Central Michigan since joining the conference.read more >>
On Tuesday, Buffalo was ranked 126th out of a possible 351 teams for Division-I basketball in the nation on CBS Sports’ preseason college basketball rankings. The reason detailing why the Bulls fell into the 126th spot, was based on the departures of former head coach Bobby Hurley.read more >>
The Bulls’ (5-5-3, 0-1 Mid-American Conference) top player Russell Cicerone endured a three-game stretch in early September where he did not record a point. But like star players does, he has rebounded and started to heat up toward the most important part of the season: conference play.read more >>
After playing in just two sets during the Buffalo’s first eight games, the freshman middle blocker has played in every set since Hatchett’s injury and is currently fifth on the team in kills with 63.read more >>
A breakdown of UB Athletics' weekend.read more >>
The women’s basketball team wants to continue to build off of last season.
The Bulls finished 19-13 overall and 11-7 in Mid-American Conference play.read more >>
For sophomore defender Nick Forrester, the first month of his tenure at UB was nothing short of constant change. The New Zealand native who had transferred from Butler University was adjusting to a new school and playing with a new cast of teammates. But now Forrester, who was touted as one of the best new players on the 2015 squad, has finally adjusted and is one of more important members of the Bulls.read more >>
Based on the previous 89 minutes and 55 seconds, you couldn’t blame him. The men’s soccer team had played tough with the No. 8 team in the nation with stellar defensive play and an early goal in the first half, but it was still on its way to a defeat and 0-1 to start to Mid-American Conference play.read more >>
Alkins, from Brooklyn, New York, tweeted minutes later that he had not committed to Buffalo and that “people at his school [were] playing with [his] phone.” The tweet caused shock across social media during that small time span though, as Alkins has offers from schools like Kentucky and North Carolina, according to ESPN.read more >>
The Bulls will start MAC play hosting the No. 8 team in the country, Akron (8-2-1), on Friday at UB Stadium. Buffalo was in position to make the MAC Tournament last season after 1-0-2 start to conference play, but finished the season with two losses in which it was outscored 7-0. In Year Three of the Riddle era, Buffalo may finally be ready to take a step forward as a program.read more >>