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Bottom 10 - ESPN
"Bulls on Parade": The past two weeks were like a parade of parody, after the Bulls lost to Ball State and Eastern Michigan in consecutive games.

Winless Watch, Week 13 - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
The Bulls have had a tough time under first-year coach Jeff Quinn as well. Jerry Davis started the season at quarterback but wasn’t what Quinn was looking for to run the spread. Freshman Alex Zordich replaced him, but he is out with a rib injury, so Davis is back in. He has 14 touchdowns and 14 interceptions this season. The Bulls haven’t been helped by their lackluster run game, either. They have an NCAA-worst three rushing touchdowns this season.

UB's Shannon eyes next level - UB Football - The Buffalo News
No, insane. When UB signed Shannon four years ago, a scout from Rivals.com couldn't believe he wasn't headed to a level higher than the Mid-American Conference and sent a text message to a reporter that read, "OMG, Buffalo got Davonte Shannon?! OMG!"

MAC Announces Wrestler of the Week - MAC-Sports.com—Official Web Site of the Mid-American Conference
Mark Lewandowski, Buffalo-Sophomore, Depew, N.Y. (Lancaster High School) Buffalo sophomore Mark Lewandowski finished second at the Body Bar Invitational Saturday in the 157-pound bracket. The tournament, hosted by #1 ranked Cornell, featured eleven teams. Lewandowski came out strong and won his first three matches over Ansom Worrell of Drexel (10-5), Anthony Priore of Sacred Heart (5-3) and Eric Cubberly of MAC rival Central Michigan, 3-2. His only defeat came in the finals, a loss to James Fleming of Clarion. Lewandowski, a business major, is now tied for the team lead in wins this season, with 11, including a team-leading 2-0 record in dual meets.

Correll and Lewandowski Recognized in National Rankings - Buffalo Athletics
Redshirt sophomores Brett Correll and Mark Lewandowski joined the laundry list of Buffalo wrestlers in the national spotlight Wednesday morning, as both were included in WrestlingReport.com's Top 33 individual rankings.