I woke up, checked my phone and panicked.
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UB (0-2) dropped its second game of the season courtesy of a Holy Cross Hail Mary touchdown as time expired Saturday night. Post-game fireworks sent the Bulls to the locker room while the Crusaders celebrated their 37-31 victory at UB Stadium.
Coming into the season with a re-vamped roster and coaching staff, one could say the odds were stacked against UB (0-1) heading into Saturday’s season-opener against Maryland (1-0). It certainly looked that way on Saturday, as the Bulls fell 31-10 at Capital One Field in College Park, MD.
Head coach Maurice Linguist and the Bulls have seen a complete makeover this offseason following a disspointing 4-8 record last year. Linguist brought in 20 transfers and 16 high school commits, giving UB the No. 1 overall recruiting class in the Mid-American Conference, according to 247Sports.com. He also brought in numerous new faces on his staff in defensive coordinator Grandon Bailey, running backs coach Greg Knox, wide receivers coach Kevin Sherman and linebackers coach Kevin Corless.
I am so excited.
I feel empty.