In Saturday night’s thrilling five-set matchup, the Bulls (5-9) played earned their first conference win of the season. The match kept both UB and Toledo fans on the edge of their seats, as the volleyball teams traded sets back and forth, with the Bulls finally overpowering the Rockets (7-7) in the fifth set, leaving the match 16-25, 25-20, 23-25, 25-23 and 15-12.
The Bulls (2-3, 0-1 MAC) lost a rough game and benched their quarterback Matt Myers against Miami (OH) (2-3, 1-0 MAC). The Bulls had a strong first half but fell apart in the second, losing the game 34-20.
Six-year-old Joey Banks had a short list of fears. Spiders, contact and football. Banks’ fears began to fade as his love of the sport grew. Today he takes hits each game as the Bulls’ starting safety.
We all have different songs for different moods. The same goes for the Bulls football team, which warms up, practices and trains on music. So we took to UB Stadium to discuss the Bulls’ favorites, recommendations and genres they avoid before their biggest games.
After a slow start to the season, the volleyball team (2-7) is looking to win the 2019 Blue and White Classic this weekend. The Bulls will compete against Cornell (4-2), St. Francis (0-9) and Canisius (2-7) on Friday and Saturday.
Weitz, from Cologne, Germany, has dreamed of playing football in America for a very long time. And at UB, the linebacker is finally living that dream. As someone who previously played for the German National U19 team, Weitz already knew he had the talent. But as a linebacker on the smaller side, but he’s ready to prove himself on a new team, in a new country.
The Bulls return to UB Stadium Saturday afternoon as 14-point underdogs against the Temple Owls. Coming off a 20-17 victory over then-No. 21 Maryland, the Owls are a formidable challenger to the Bulls, who struggled in a 35-17 loss to Liberty Saturday. The Owls have received seven votes in the AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll, after defeating Bucknell 56-12 in week one and Maryland in week three.
Alex McNulty was doing a drill in gym class at McQuaid Jesuit High School in his sophomore year when he realized he might have a chance on the field. After his teacher set up a couple footballs, he hit a 55-yard field goal at the end of class.
The Bulls (1-2) kept the game relatively close throughout the first quarter on Saturday against the Liberty Flames (1-2), but their defense fell apart in the second quarter, ultimately leading to a 35-17 Flames victory.
Unlike the No. 15 Nittany Lions, the Flames are one of the Bulls’ most evenly matched opponents this year, dropping their first two games of the season in resounding fashion. The Flames made headlines this summer when they hired former Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze.
Dominic Johnson wears two numbers for UB. He throws bullets to his teammates at UB Stadium as No. 9 in the fall. And in the spring, he’s a secret weapon in Alumni Arena, sporting No. 21 and using his 6-foot-5-inch, 210-pound stature to put up some jumpers.
The Bulls football team (1-1) quieted roughly 104,000 Penn State fans and shocked a national TV crowd, leading 10-7 after the first half of Saturday night’s game.
It was an unusually brisk September night on Friday but it didn’t seem to phase the Bulls soccer team (1-2), which dominated the Houston Baptist Huskies (1-3) during UB’s home opener.
Matt Myers is entering his second season as a pre-written success story. He led his high school football team to a state championship and he’s been on a Bulls football team that went 7-1 in the regular season.