Buffalo Football News
Chad Kelly to announce college choice Thursday - Sports - The Buffalo News
St. Joseph's quarterback Chad Kelly plans to announce his college choice during a press conference Thursday afternoon at the school. Kelly, the nephew of Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, is expected to choose between the University at Buffalo, Syracuse University, Alabama, Clemson, Florida State, Michigan State and Purdue.
Bulls Announce Football Kickoff Times - Buffalo Athletics
BUFFALO, NY - The University at Buffalo has announced its kickoff times for the majority of games this fall as well as television plans to date.
EX-Buffalo Football News
2011 Season Preview: The California Golden Bears And Schizophrenia Medication - SBNation.com
Cal's No. 1: Buffalo transfer Zach Maynard. Maynard was outstanding for a youngster in Turner Gill's final year at UB (2,694 yards, 7.1 per pass, 58% completion, 18 TD, 15 INT; 411 pre-sack rushing yards), and his upside seems much higher than that of Mansion and the other returnees. Which, after all, is probably why Tedford announced him as the starter before August even rolled around.
NCAA Football News
Pryor says he's 'sorry for what all went down' | BuckeyeXtra
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor apologized yesterday for his role in creating the misery that NCAA violations have caused Ohio State, and he took responsibility for the resignation of former coach Jim Tressel.
Indy to permanently host Big Ten football title game; Basketball games to rotate - ESPN
The Big Ten's presidents and chancellors voted unanimously Sunday to have the football championship at Indianapolis' Lucas Oil Stadium from 2012-15. Lucas Oil already had been selected to host the inaugural football title game Dec. 3.
Seattle University | Seattle U. receives invitation to join WAC | Seattle Times Newspaper
Seattle University will join the WAC in 17 sports beginning in the 2012-13 academic year, which will also be the first year the basketball programs will be eligible for the NCAA tournament.