Before the MAC East Champions could make the trip to Detroit, they had to face Akron in the last regular-season game of the season.
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Everybody knew playing a college basketball season during COVID-19 was a risk. College football was the pandemic guinea pig and had over 200 games canceled this season. Basketball coaches knew this and went ahead anyway.
The 2020 college football season has been exhausting, to say the least.
UB’s final regular-season matchup against Akron features two programs trending in completely opposite directions.
UB running back Jaret Patterson continues to garner national recognition during his record-breaking season.
Despite not playing a game this week and for the first time in program history, the UB football team has made an appearance in the Associated Press’ Top 25 ranking No. 24.
As COVID spikes across the country and surges through college football, it was only a matter of time before UB saw cancellations of its own.
Friday afternoon, UB athletics announced Saturday’s football game against Ohio has been canceled due to positive COVID tests and subsequent contract tracing within the Bobcats program.
The Bulls are having the kind of season college dreams are made of.
After a record-breaking 301-yard performance against Bowling Green, expectations for junior running back Jaret Patterson couldn’t have been higher heading into week four’s matchup against Kent State.
After a string of cancellations and rescheduled opponents, UB men’s basketball finally hit the court for the first time Friday afternoon.
The expectations for the UB football team have been the same through the first three games of the season: dominate the inferior opponent.
Following a dominant 42-17 victory over Bowling Green (0-3) last Tuesday, UB (3-0) returns to Amherst to take on the Kent State Golden Flashes (3-0) in the Bulls’ first day game after three weeks of midweek MACtion.
On Tuesday, UB men’s basketball announced it will open the season against Towson and Army West Point as a part of “Bubbleville” at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT.
On Monday, UB announced both the men’s and women’s Nov. 25 basketball games against Gannon won’t be played due to positive COVID test results and subsequent contact tracing within Gannon’s Tier 1 personnel.
Going into Tuesday night’s matchup against Bowling Green, UB was a massive 30-point favorite.
Coming off a dominant 42-10 victory over Miami (OH) (1-1), UB Football (2-0) heads to Bowling Green to take on the (0-2) Falcons Tuesday night.
On Wednesday, UB announced the men’s basketball team will square off against Syracuse at the Carrier Dome on Dec. 19. This will be the third time in four years the Bulls have played Syracuse.
Following a comfortable 49-30 victory over Northern Illinois (0-1), UB football (1-0) will return to Buffalo to face Miami (OH) (1-0) Tuesday night.
After months of speculation and anticipation, UB football finally returns to the field Wednesday night.