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MAC Men's Tennis Preview
The monkey that has been clinging to the Bulls' back has evolved into a full-blown gorilla. In the four consecutive years Buffalo has been in the MAC they have failed to win a match in conference.
Bulls Ink Four Promising Freshmen
If this year's recruiting class is anything like last year's, the Bulls will be in business. While it is too early to predict the success of the newcomers, it is safe to say they come with solid reputations and enough promise to keep fans interested during the off season.In addition to Mario Jordan, who has already signed with UB, the program also signed a talented slate of three more oncoming freshmen, all from out of state.Calvin Cage (Bowie, Md./Bladensburg High School), Roderick Middleton (University Park, Ill./Marian Catholic) and BJ Walker (Cincinnati, Ohio/Mount Healthy), all signed national letters of intent with UB.At 5-11, 165 pounds, Cage provides an interesting blend at point guard position to complement last year's MAC All-Freshman Team member, Turner Battle.
"Mesi, Alumni Arena Score TKOs"
It would have been a shame for Baby Joe Mesi to suffer his first defeat in front of the biggest crowd to ever attend a boxing match in Buffalo.
Are You Ready to Rumble?
With the Sabres breathing in their last breath of playoff air this season, Buffalo sports enthusiasts are left with only one viable option Friday night.
Tyson to Fight Mesi at Alumni
UB Director of Athletics Bob Arkeilpane knew he hit the jackpot when he attracted EPSN 2's "Friday Night Fights" to Alumni Arena for a Friday April 5 bout featuring Buffalo favorite son Joe Mesi challenging 31-year-old New Zealander Keith McKnight in the main event, an event that sold out in record time.Well, that pot just got a whole lot sweeter.
UB Freshmen Tabbed Best in the Country
While a select 16 teams are battling it out for a national championship, the UB Bulls can rest at home, knowing they are in good shape for seasons to come.
Matt's Guide to the Madness
For several mid-major teams such as the MAC's Ball State, Butler from the Horizon and Utah State from the Big West, selection Sunday represented a day of March sadness.
Bon Voyage
Buffalo's second game against Miami of Ohio in nine days shared many similarities with the first.
Bulls Slay Thundering Herd 87-62
One could easily expect the game would mean something special to the members of the Bulls' senior class.
Bulls Looking for Some Home Cooking
The men's basketball team is beginning to relate to Dorothy, clicking their heels while saying, "There's no place like home." UB (11-15, 6-9 MAC) lost their fourth straight game away from Alumni Arena Wednesday night, suffering their worst offensive output of the season while falling 54-42 to the Toledo Rockets before 3,954 at Savage Hall.