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Junior guard Jeremy Harris takes a shot from the corner. Harris is one of the three all-MAC selection returning to the Bulls this season.

UB's men's basketball ends season on an all time high

The men's basketball team is coming off the best season in program history. It recorded more wins than any Buffalo team in history with 27, and secured the school’s first NCAA Tournament game victory when they beat the Arizona Wildcats 89-68. The Bulls enter the offseason preparing to exceed this past year’s success and claim a fourth Mid-American Conference title in five years.

The 2018 Final Four begins Saturday when the Villanova Wildcats take on the Kansas Jayhawks followed by the Michigan Wolverines taking on the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers.

Final Four preview

An exciting NCAA basketball season is less than a week away from wrapping up. The Final Four will take place in San Antonio, Texas this weekend to determine the national champion.

Bulls head coach Nate Oats lifts the MAC tournament trophy over his head. The Bulls have won three of the last four MAC tournaments and are both the MAC regular season and MAC tournament champions this year.

The Bulls dynasty

CLEVELAND — The Bulls are now the Mid-American Conference regular season and MAC Tournament champions in the same year for the first time in school history. Buffalo (26-8, 15-3 MAC) came away with three wins, culminating in a 76-66 win over the Toledo Rockets (23-11, 13-5 MAC) Saturday night at Quicken Loans Arena. The win gave the Bulls their third MAC tournament title in four years –– a feat that has only been accomplished one other time in the 38-year history of the MAC Tournament.

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