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UB's problems start up front - UB Football - The Buffalo News
When the University at Buffalo's offensive line lost its right tackle and a backup earlier this season, the result was predictable: It became a unit in transition.

Zordich fails to nab first win as a starter - Sports - The Buffalo News
Alex Zordich's second start at quarterback for the University at Buffalo was better than his first, but the true freshman wasn't happy with the result.

Sputtering offense sinks the Bulls again - Sports - The Buffalo News
After tying New Mexico for the most turnovers lost in the country through seven games, all University at Buffalo coach Jeff Quinn wanted to see was how his Bulls would fare in one game without being benevolent with the ball.

Miami shows UB how rebuilding can be done - Bob DiCesare - The Buffalo News
The Bulls have to cling to whatever positives they can find these dark days. Saturday's 21-9 loss to Miami (Ohio) dropped them to 2-6 overall and 1-3 in the Mid-American Conference. They've lost three straight at home, failing to score more than one touchdown in any of those defeats.

Dysert, Harwell hook up for two TDs in win at Buffalo
The turnaround at Miami University continued to raise eyebrows Saturday as the visiting RedHawks scored a 21-9 victory over Buffalo on a wind-blown day at UB Stadium.

Bulls Clinch Spot in Conference Tournament - The Spectrum - Sports
The men's soccer team clinched a spot in the Mid-American Conference Tournament with its victory on Sunday afternoon at UB Stadium.

Bulls End Streak on the Road - The Spectrum - Sports
The Bulls (15-13, 3-9 MAC) split a pair of matches over the weekend. They fell to the last-place team in the MAC, the Bowling Green Falcons (8-18, 2-9 MAC), 3-1 on Friday, but they bounced back to shut out the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks (9-16, 4-8 MAC) 3-0 on Saturday night.

Forgettable Season Finally Ends For Womens Soccer - The Spectrum - Sports
The Bulls (1-16-2, 0-9-2 MAC) fell to the Kent State Golden Flashes (4-10-4, 3-7-1 MAC) by a score of 7-1 in their final game of the year. Buffalo ended its season on a 15-game winless streak to add to the disappointment.