Found some free throws worse then the ones UB was putting up:
Ward Scores 13, Guins Late Run Knocks Off Buffalo: Youngstown State
The Youngstown State men's basketball team closed out Buffalo with an impressive run on Tuesday night to knock off the Bulls for the first time since December 2002. YSU blew open a 53-49 contest scoring nine straight points and went on to earn a 64-53 victory to improve to 2-0.
UB men misfire; Griffs women fall - Colleges - The Buffalo News
As impressive as the University at Buffalo men's basketball team was in its opening win over Navy, the Bulls were the opposite Tuesday night. UB shot only 39 percent, was outrebounded badly (46-33) and made only 9 of 27 at the foul line in a 64-53 loss to Youngstown State in a nonconference game before 1,561 in the Beeghly Center in Youngstown, Ohio.
Buffalo Loses Road Opener at Youngstown State - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo men's basketball team dropped a road contest at Youngstown State, 64-53, on Tuesday night for its first loss of the season. It was fitting the Bulls were playing the Penguins because it was cold shooting that cost UB in the game.
Promising start from Bulls - The Spectrum - Sports
Buffalo started off its season impressively as the team routed the Howard Bison (0-1) 86-53 on Friday night at Alumni Arena. Monday night's game was a much more difficult test as the Bulls lost a tough game at home to the Cleveland State Vikings (2-0) with a score of 78-69.
Davis back as starting QB with Zordich out - UB Football - The Buffalo News
Now that Jerry Davis is again the starting quarterback for the University at Buffalo, Jeff Quinn must spend time building up the sophomore's confidence.
Eastern Michigan University Athletics - Football Shuffles Off to Buffalo Saturday, Nov. 20
The Eagles, 1-9 overall and 1-5 in the MAC, are coming off a 45-30 setback at Western Michigan, Nov. 13. Buffalo is 2-8 overall and 1-5 in league play after a 20-3 loss to a visiting Ball State team Friday night, Nov. 12.
Non-AQ bowl look - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
Vying for a spot: Kent State and Western Michigan are both 4-6 and play this weekend in Kalamazoo with bowl hopes on the line. Whoever loses is eliminated from contention. Kent State closes with Ohio, while Western Michigan closes at Bowling Green.
OHIO 31, Temple 23: Al Golden Is Varsity Quality - Hustle Belt
Al Golden's attire notwithstanding, Temple weren't too many elements away from pulling a win out of the Bobcats. But with the win, Ohio has a decisive advantage in the MAC East race.
2010 MAC Football: Week 12 Inside the MAC
A preview of the upcoming 2010 MAC Football Matchups, including game previews and recaps. 2010 MAC Football updates all season long provided by VandelaySports.com.
Ohio Defeats Temple 31-23 For East Division Lead - MAC-Sports.com
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.- Ohio senior running back Vince Davidson ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns to lead the visiting Bobcats past Temple 31-23 Tuesday evening at Lincoln Financial Field.
Gill focused on present, unconcerned with future | Kansan.com
Gill proved this mentality in hinting that freshman quarterback Jordan Webb could play this weekend, as well as starting junior quarterback Quinn Mecham.
Volleyball (Get's their own shoutout for advancing in the MAC Tournament)
UB volleyball advances in MAC - Colleges - The Buffalo News
The University at Buffalo women's volleyball team swept Akron on Tuesday night in the first round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament, reaching the MAC quarterfinals for the second straight season. UB will face No. 2 seed Ohio at 7 p.m. Friday in Toledo, Ohio.
Bulls Defeat Akron To Reach MAC Quarterfinals For Second Straight Year - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo volleyball team swept Akron on Tuesday night in the first round of the 2010 Mid-American Conference Tournament, reaching the MAC Quarterfinals for the second straight season. UB took the contest 3-0 and will now face the second-seeded Ohio Bobcats Friday night in Toledo, OH.
Other UB Sports:
Weekend Warriors with Mixed Results - The Spectrum - Sports
Last Friday afternoon, the Bulls (1-1) went up against the No. 8 nationally ranked Oklahoma Sooners (2-0) at Alumni Arena. Buffalo had some strong performances, yet fell as the Sooners captured a 28-7 victory. The Bulls followed up Friday's loss with a solid performance at the Oklahoma Gold Classic in Brockport on Saturday. Two wrestlers earned individual titles in their respective weight classes.
Swim Team Washes Niagara - The Spectrum - Sports
The men's team (4-0) continued its perfect season and beat Niagara (1-3), 152-85. The women's team (2-2) also earned a victory, dominating the Purple Eagles (2-6, 0-1 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference), 146-90.
One And Done In MAC Tournament - The Spectrum - Sports
It was a David versus Goliath matchup as the men's soccer team went up against the No. 3 ranked team in the nation on Friday night.
Baseball Staff to Hold Holiday Skills Camps - Buffalo Athletics
The coaching staff of the Buffalo Bulls baseball team will hold four separate sessions to allow baseball players of all ages to learn the fundamentals and improve their all-around game. One session will also be a Showcase Camp for high school and junior college players looking to show off their skills.
Softball Adds Two During Signing Period - Buffalo Athletics
Head softball coach Jen Teague has received National Letters of Intent from two stand-out student-athletes during the early signing period for the 2011-2012 academic year. Current high school seniors Alexis Curtiss (San Diego, CA/University City HS) and Cheyanne Knepper (Madison, TN/ Goodpasture Christian HS) will be joining the Bulls next fall.
Eric Flynn Heads Down Under to Play Pro Ball - Buffalo Athletics
Former Bulls outfielder Eric Flynn will head halfway around the world to continue his baseball career, signing with the Beenleigh Hawks of the Greater Brisbane Baseball League in Australia. He is the sixth Buffalo player to sign a professional contract in the past four years, joining Steve Geltz, Mike Folli, Zach Anderson, Chaz Mye and - most recently - Brad Agustin.