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UB Does not slap center court, we slap around your defense!
UB Does not slap center court, we slap around your defense!


Letting the Scoreboard Do the Talking - The Spectrum - Sports
Canisius slapped Buffalo's midcourt after its come-from-behind win exactly a year ago, so Buffalo responded with a hard hand of its own in this year's edition of the rivalry.

UB stays a step ahead of Griffs - Colleges - The Buffalo News
The University at Buffalo left Canisius searching at every turn Tuesday night. The Bulls tormented their non-conference rival on the interior. They broke Canisius hearts from the outside.

Bulls Stomp Canisius, 81-64 - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo men's basketball team never trailed in an 81-64 win over Canisius at the Koessler Center on Tuesday night. The Bulls shot a season-best 56.9 percent from the field to improve to 3-1 on the season.

Campus Watch - Blogs - The Buffalo News
How Bulls Won: How could they lose? They shot 57 percent from the floor. They won the boards, 36-25. Seventeen of their 29 field goals were assisted as the offense hummed.

UB’s Barnett worked hard for a free ride " Sports " Niagara Gazette
UB’s starting point guard, Byron Mulkey, walked on after graduating from Niagara-Wheatfield in 2006 and had a standout freshman season before being put on scholarship. Mulkey arrived with John Boyer, who maintained his walk-on status for four years, and led the country in assist-to-turnover ratio as a senior.

MAC Football:

Miami Dominates Temple To Earn Share of East Division Title -—Official Web Site of the Mid-American Conference
Senior Thomas Merriweather raced 96 yards for a fourth-quarter touchdown which tied the second-longest run in Miami history, highlighting a 23-3 win against Temple on Tuesday evening at Yager Stadium. The win secured the RedHawks a share of the Mid-American Conference East Division title.

Miami 23, Temple 3: Cradle of Quizzicality - Hustle Belt
Maybe Temple didn't have much to play for. A ninth win? Sure ... but their effective season was washed away in a torrid downpour. They were playing for, maybe, a better bowl resume, a feat which may be moot, because there are probably some board members out there who prefer the ratings sex appeal of Temple over Miami regardless. At least they appeared to play like it was a meaningless game tonight: 215 yards of offense, four turnovers, two failed field goals, and seven sacks allowed.

MAC Basketball:

Tuesday's Men's Basketball Results -—Official Web Site of the Mid-American Conference
The Bulls (3-1) led 42-29 at halftime thanks to 16-of-25 shooting (64 percent) in the first half. Buffalo extended its lead after halftime, shooting 13 for 26 in the second half (50 percent) and finishing 29 of 51 (56.9 percent) for the game.

Previous Evening MAC Review: Quatro Cinch - Hustle Belt
UB's supposed to be a little iffy this year, right? Well, they're 3-1 and just pounced on a team that crushed a much-better Eastern Michigan team. We may need to reevaluate our prejudices. Byron Mulkey went wild for 23 points (8-for-8 free throw shooting) and five assists. Season-leading scorer Zach Filzen had his 13 as well, thanks to a few threes. Now it's time for an actual road trip; one where they leave city limits. Buffalo's next game: Saturday, 11/27 at Indiana State

Other UB Sports:

Buffalo Releases 2011 Schedule - Buffalo Athletics
Four southern tournaments and matchups against some of the very best teams in the nation highlight the Buffalo softball team's 2011 schedule.