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Scouting Northern lllinois

Scouting Northern lllinois 2010 Record: 4-2 (2-0 Mid-American Conference) 2009 Record: 7-6 (5-3 MAC) Last Meeting: September 16, 2006 Northern Illinois 31, Buffalo 16 All-Time Series: Northern Illinois leads Buffalo, 5-1 Three Huskies to watch: RB Chad Spann ? Spann leads the MAC in rushing and ranks 19th nationally with 107 yards per game.


NBA Preview: Southeast Division

The NBA season is rapidly approaching and The Spectrum is getting you ready for the season with our six-part division-by-division preview. We'll cover everything that has happened over the summer with your favorite teams and let you know what to expect this season. There's no better place to start than LeBron, South Beach, and the center of the media circus. MIAMI HEAT Additions: LeBron James, Chris Bosh, Zydrunas Ilgauskus, Mike Miller, Eddie House, Juwan Howard, Da'Sean Butler, Dexter Pittman Losses: Michael Beasley, Daquan Cook The Heat became the most talked about team in sports once King James announced he would "take his talents to South Beach." The reaction following the shift of power in the Eastern Conference caused a line to be drawn in the sand.


Men's soccer loses third straight

The men's soccer team played the first of three-straight road games on Saturday and looked for their first win in over a week. They are still searching for a victory. Buffalo (4-6-1, 1-1 Mid-American Conference) lost 2-0 to the Bowling Green Falcons (4-4-2, 1-2 MAC) to extend their winless streak to three games. The loss also marked the fifth time that the Bulls have been shut out this season. "I think that we played well at the end," said head coach John Astudillo.


Volleyball conquers Ball State for first time

With the season slowly slipping away, the volleyball team needed to make a statement. They did just that on Saturday night. For the second consecutive game at Alumni Arena, the Bulls (14-8, 2-4 Mid American Conference) found themselves entrenched in a five-set war.


Winless streak reaches double digits

It wasn't a good weekend for the women's soccer team. The Bulls (1-12-1, 0-5-1 Mid-American Conference) had two chances at home over the weekend to notch their first conference win of the season against Central Michigan (8-3-1, 5-0 MAC) and Eastern Michigan (6-5-3, 3-0-2 MAC). Both attempts came up short as the Bulls failed to score a goal in either game. On Friday night, the Bulls fell 3-0 to the Chippewas and followed that up with a 1-0 heartbreaking defeat against the Eagles. Despite the shutout loss against Central Michigan, Bulls head coach Michael Thomas had nothing but praise for the Chippewas after the game. "Central Michigan is a very good soccer team," Thomas said.


Bulls banking on momentum kick

The women's soccer team brought a six-game losing streak into last weekend's games, and after two hard fought matches, they broke the string, barely. After falling 1-0 on Friday night against Northern Illinois, (6-4-1, 2-4-1 Mid-American Conference), the Bulls (1-10-1, 0-3-1 MAC) salvaged the weekend with a 0-0 draw against Western Michigan (6-5-1, 2-1-1 MAC). Sunday's shutout by freshman goalkeeper Ainsley Wheldon was the first of her career and the first for the Bulls since October 2009.


NHL Preview

The puck drops this Thursday afternoon as the 2010-11 National Hockey League season commences. The new season starts with an original six matchup between the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs. After taking home the Stanley Cup last season, the Chicago Blackhawks are looking to repeat this year.


Bulls face tough weekend competition

Last weekend, the men's soccer team faced opponents with two things in common: strength and a desire to win. The Bulls (4-5-1, 1-0 Mid-American Conference) had a chance to move their record to above .500 record this weekend, but were unable to do so.


Affordable competition

Tuition, the cost of living and activity fees have been steadily increasing for students at UB. All the while, New York State budget cuts have been adding to student concerns. In light of the difficult times, the Recreational and Intramural Services (RIS) have been doing their part to keep activities affordable for students. Strapped with a $63,000 budget, RIS has not increased their fees for intramural sign ups in the past two years.

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