Bull Profiles 2012

Time is running out of '12 B Bulls Weekly Pick Em.

Two weeks to go. This should be a win against first year MAC team UMASS. Nice to see great balance both on the offensive side of the ball and on the D.

Week 2 Winner of the Weekly Bulls Pick 'Em

The good news for everyone not named Verandaman, he won but only got one more point than you. I for one did not see 90 points being thrown up on the scoreboard. I thought the D would be more...

Know Your Bulls: #19 Daniel Gold

Last year Gold earned the coaching staff’s special teams The Compete Team award. The staff gives these out to the players on the scout teams who go above and beyond in helping to get the starters ready for the next game. Gold also dressed for two gam

Know Your Bulls: #19 Alex Neutz

Back in 2010, with the departure of Turner Gill and Buffalo’s top two receivers, Neutz had a chance to help define what receivers would be under incoming head coach Jeff Quinn. Neutz wasted no time securing his spot on the UB depth chart. In the sea

Know Your Bulls: #22 Najja Johnson

This could be a big year for Najja Johnson. Last season as a Sophomore he earned a starting sport before the first game and held it the entire season. Johnson put together 39 tackles and an interception on his way to being named second team all MAC b

Know Your Bulls: #25 John Dunmore

John Dunmore walked onto Buffalo after after a prep career as aa standout receiver at Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse New York. The six foot one Dunmore is described as a receiver with "Great Length" but the sophomore has yet to make a depth c

Know Your Bulls: #30 Okoye Houston

Know your Bulls is a countdown to the kick off. If will look at every single UB football player on the roster. When the players number matches the number of days remaining then...

Know Your Bulls: #31 Carlos Lammons

After red shirting during UB's 2008 championship season Lammons has spent two seasons providing depth in UB defensive backfield. This season he is paired up with Dwellie Striggles as a back up to Najja Johnson ib the left corner.

Know Your Bulls: #32 Branden Oliver

At five feet eight inches it could be easy to confuse Branden Oliver for a typical scat back. While it is easy for Oliver to get lost behind the line any similarities to a back like Danny Woodhead stop there. Once he finds a hole Oliver punches throu

Know Your Bulls: #34 Colby Way

Way is an all around athlete who has ran the ball, returned kicks, and blocked two field goals in his UB career. He was signed as a Tight end / Defensive end and excelled at both while in High School.


Know Your Bulls: #37 Khari Brown

Khari Brown was a huge acquisition for coach Jeff Quinn. Entering his senior season Brown was ranked the 73rd best linebacker prospect by ESPN. During his senior year he amassed 130 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, four sacks, four forced fumbles and tw

Know Your Bulls: #38 Witney Sherry

Last season, in his limited time had three total tackles. Coming out of spring as the starting free safety, as only a sophomore, means that in future years Sherry could be a main stay in the UB defensive backfield.

Know Your Bulls: #39 Marqus Baker

Marqus Baker is one of many young defensive backs on UB's roster who's aim is to eventually bring the unit back to level it was playing at in 2008. After having spending his first year on campus learning the system Baker had an impressive run during

Know Your Bulls: #40 Steven Means

His 12 sacks to date make him the 12th most prolific defensive player in UB's history and he can easily climb to #4 with a seasons similar to his freshman campaign, if he has a career season he has an outside change of catching Trevor Scott who is #3

Know Your Bulls: #42 Ryan Paxson

Ryan Paxson has not yet seen a down of football at the NCAA level but there is still reason to think he could make a impact for the Bulls, just not this season.

Know Your Bulls: #43 Wonderful Monds II

This year coming out of spring camp Monds is backing up the left side of the defense behind the duo of Imani Chatman and Dalonte Wallace. Both of those players are seniors, meaning that the coaches might be in the process of grooming Monds to take ov

Know Your Bulls: #45 Patrick Clarke

Seldom is a kicker really appreciated, that is until you find yourself badly in need of one. Say, for instance, you're coming back to tie the team who eventually won the Mid American conference. Just one extra point away, that's when you need a kicke

Know Your Bulls: #46 Khalil Mack

Coming into this season Mack is on the watch list for both the Nagurski and Lombardi awards, the first Bull to appear on either list.

Know Your Bulls: #47 Imani Chatman

Chatman is a senior and has a chance to finish his UB Career on a high note. Playing opposite of Khalil Mack and Steven Means could mean that he will face defenses who don't focus on their right side.

Know Your Bulls: #48 Willie Moseley

Backing up Khalil Mack is #48 Willie Moseley. A player who is a staple on UB's special teams and a convert from the defensive line.

Know Your Bulls: #49 Boomer Brock and Keith Takeh

Today is a two for one on the UB Bull Run countdown. #49 Boomer Brock and Keith Tekah.

Know Your Bulls: #52 Jake Stockman

Know Your Bulls: #52 Jake Stockman

Know Your Bulls: #53 Joe Felicia

Know Your Bulls: #53 Joe Felicia

Know Your Bulls: #55 Graham Whinery

Know Your Bulls: #55 Graham Whinery

Know Your Bulls: #56 Jasen Carlson

Know Your Bulls: #56 Jasen Carlson

Know Your Bulls: #57 Kendall Patterson

Know Your Bulls: #57 Kendall Patterson

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