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Buffalo Football:

Dwayne Priest, EMU Bring Bulls to Church - The Spectrum - Sports
Before the season began, Buffalo football fans penciled the team's game against Eastern Michigan as a definite win. The Eagles were coming off an 0-12 campaign in 2009 and had the potential to finish with a similar record in 2010.

Bulls ending season in desperation mode - UB Football - The Buffalo News
The University at Buffalo's motivation on Black Friday is simple: Avoid a loss at winless Akron or run the risk of being considered the worst football team in the Mid-American Conference, a role the Bulls are all too familiar with.

Campus Watch - Blogs - The Buffalo News
Jerry Davis’ Hail Mary attempt sailed out of bounds as time expired, and UB lost to Eastern Michigan, 21-17, its sixth consecutive setback this season.

Eagles Running Game Proves Too Much as Bulls Fall, 21-17 - Buffalo Athletics
A powerful Eastern Michigan rushing attack spelled the difference in a game that came down to the final play as the Eagles held off Buffalo, 21-17 at UB Stadium.

The Eastern Echo
The Eagles were led by senior tailback Dwayne Priest. He rushed 32 times, accounting for 192 yards and three touchdowns. Priest was one of the players suspended by coach Ron English for violating team rules just before the game against Toledo.

Buffalo Basketball:

Campus Watch - Blogs - The Buffalo News
The hard way. After a 51-point first half, and after holding a 13-point lead with just under nine minutes left, Bulls dodged bullets in the final minutes. Inside play of Mitchell Watt and Javon McCrea were instrumental in righting ship, along with Byron Mulkey's work at the point.

Total Team Effort Leads Bulls Past Bucknell, 72-53 - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo women's basketball team shot a season-high 48.3 percent from the floor on Sunday afternoon as the Bulls defeated Bucknell, 72-53, at Sojka Pavilion. The win evens UB's record at 2-2 on the season.

Balanced Bulls Tame Tigers - Buffalo Athletics
Zach Filzen scored a career-high 23 points and was one of five players to score in double-figures as Buffalo downed Towson, 87-76, at Alumni Arena on Saturday night.

The Towerlight " Towson no match for Buffalo’s Bulls
"They really shot the ball extremely well," Towson head coach Pat Kennedy said. "We were kind of digging up the mountain most of the game."

Home Sweet Home - The Spectrum - Sports
The men's basketball team has had no problem scoring in its own gym so far this season.

What Can Brown Do For You? - The Spectrum - Sports
The women's basketball team took to the road for the first time this season on Friday night and forgot to bring its A-game. Everyone, that is, besides senior forward Kourtney Brown.

MAC Football: - Martin to coach last game Friday
With one game left in another disappointing Kent State football season, seven-year coach Doug Martin announced his resignation Sunday. - Attendance falls at UA stadium
In that first football season, an average of 2,287 students went to the six home games — even though the first 5,000 are admitted free with a university ID. In five home games so far this year, student attendance has shrunk to 1,384, UA athletics spokesman Gregg Bach said.

Other UB Sports:

Reaching New Heights - The Spectrum - Sports
Bulls head coach Todd Kress thinks that despite exiting the tournament in the quarters for the second straight season, it could end up being a stepping stone for the team.

Big Red is Best - The Spectrum - Sports
No. 1 nationally ranked Cornell (1-0) hosted and won the tournament after compiling 134 points on the day. The Big Red finished 42 points ahead of the next closest team.

Bulls Wrestling Faces Top Competition at Body Bar Invite - Buffalo Athletics
Members of the Buffalo wrestling team made the middle leg of its three-straight weekend tournaments with a trip to Ithaca for the Body Bar Invitational.

Buffalo Divers Compete at Arizona Invitational - Buffalo Athletics
Three University at Buffalo divers competed over the weekend at the University of Arizona Diving Invitational which concluded Sunday as both of UB's men's entries reached the consolation rounds on the one- and three-meter boards.