In a season that’s been nothing short of magical, everything was going right for the Bulls.
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.
UB men’s basketball (2-2) defeated the Mercyhurst Lakers yesterday afternoon at Alumni Arena, 81-64.
Wednesday afternoon, the Mid-American Conference announced the UB football team has officially clinched the MAC East division title.
On Monday, UB running back Jaret Patterson was named a semifinalist for the Doak Walker Award, given annually to the nation’s top running back.
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.
Usually, when UB travels down I-90 to take on Syracuse, the Bulls are greeted by over 20,000 raging Orange fans.
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.
UB women’s basketball (1-0) defeated the James Madison Dukes (1-1) 80-64 at the Atlantic Union Bank Center Monday afternoon.
For the second consecutive week, and third time in four games this season, junior running back Jaret Patterson was named the MAC East Offensive Player of the Week after UB’s 70-41 win over Kent State. He was also named the Walter Camp Foundation FBS National Offensive Player of the Week.
UB men’s basketball (1-1) was defeated 78-74 by Army West Point (3-0) on Saturday afternoon inside “Bubbleville” at Mohegan Sun Arena.
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.