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I'm sorry that you've had to put up with three years of my crappy column, but here's one more for "the Gipper."
NBA fans have been waiting for this all season long. The first round of the playoffs are finally here, with tantalizing match ups and an abundance of superstars to delight your roundball-loving soul.
It came to my knowledge recently that there is no such thing as an actual "Logan" berry. Auntie Rosie needs a brick dropped on her head ASAP, if she even exists.
Apples and oranges. The Brady Bunch and Married With Children. UB basketball and UB football.
It was a weekend of beginnings and ends, basketball and inebriation, zubaz shorts and potato croquettes, but ultimately, it was a weekend in Cleveland, Ohio for the Mid-American Conference Championships.
CLEVELAND, OHIO - As chants of "Thank you, UB" rained down from busloads of Mighty Maniacs in attendance, the Buffalo Bulls season of 2003-04 came to an end.
I'm treading on thin ice with this one, so before it gets totally played out, a quote from "Lil' Jon" to describe Monday night's UB playoff game.
On the heels of the successful "Sea of Blue" that washed away the then Mid-American Conference-leading Kent State Golden Flashes, UB is dubbing tonight's first-ever men's home MAC playoff game between the Buffalo Bulls and Northern Illinois Huskies as the "Sea of Blue II: Title Wave."
Okay, so I know that the victories, er, let me rephrase that, the pimp-slapping of the No. 1 and 2 teams in the Mid-American Conference East were, to say the least, quite impressive.
John Norman: Sitting in the stands at last night's game was by far one of my favorite moments in my four years here at UB. From the play of the team to the people in the stands, it seemed as if this night had been perfectly planned for years.
"You wanna get nuts? Come on! Let's get nuts!"
When the Mid-American Conference-leading Kent State Golden Flashes come to Alumni Arena on Wednesday night, a "sea of blue" is expected to wash them away and out of town.
The biggest story of this year has been the trade of Alex Rodriguez to the Yankees. With A-Rod at third base and Derek Jeter at short, the Yankees have what - on paper - is probably the best left-side of any infield ever.
The security of a head coach's job has never been in a greater state of flux these days, so naturally we decided to throw a "who's next" question at this week's contestants.
A collective tear rolled down our nation's eye on Wednesday night as word traveled on the imminent trade of the Portland Trailblazer's star-crossed Rasheed Wallace to the Atlanta Hawks.
Okay, let's be serious for a moment here. If you're a perpetrator of this crime, immediately surrender yourself to the authorities.
Mum is the word from the Athletics Department and men's basketball team on the subject of BJ Walker's recent release from the Buffalo Bulls roster.