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Who's Talking Bull? 11-8-2010

If you're living under a rock you may not know that Boo Jackson who in my estimation is "the guy" that has to come through for the Bobcats to repeat as MAC Champs got laid out by a bouncer.

Boo Jackson Hospitalized After Sports Bar Fight - Hustle Belt - What's out there: BobcatAttack's message board points to a tweet from a student (we're already in nebulous territory) who says Jackson was taken away from the scene on a stretcher after being punched in the face. University magazine The Speakeasy already has a report discussing the incident, with several sources and some sporadic "reportedlies" and "allegedlies." They confirmed that he was in fact admitted to a hospital, but he left this afternoon.

Ohio QB Jackson hospitalized after bar fight | Speakeasymag - Ohio redshirt senior quarterback Franshaw "Boo" Jackson was reportedly involved in a bar fight in the late hours of Friday morning that required him to be taken to Grant Medical Center in Columbus.

Elsewhere arounf College Football

Steven M. Sipple: Emotions accompany Gill's return - When Gill returns Saturday to Memorial Stadium, as first-year head coach of Kansas, many of us will experience a deluge of memories. Memories of Gill’s fluid athleticism as an extraordinarily gifted option quarterback. Of his graceful, peaceful and poised manner off the field. Of his steady, patient and upbeat manner as an assistant coach.

New season, same old BCS So, with essentially three weeks left in the regular college football season there apparently is nothing TCU and Boise can do to play for the national championship. The cartel has slammed the door on them again. Auburn, which needed overtime to beat Clemson of the ACC (a conference that positively stinks), will stay in the top two if it remains undefeated. And Oregon will stay in the top two if it remains undefeated.

Bowl Projections: 2010-2011 Bowl Projections & Predictions We know Buffalo won't be bowling but who from the MAC will?

NewsFlashes - Kent State Sports News — Kent State Sports News Will Doug Martin return as Kent State's Head Coach in 2011?

Buffalo Football:

UB will try to salvage a disappointing season - Sports - The Buffalo News The University at Buffalo opened the season with designs, however impracticable, on winning the Mid-American Conference championship. Now, it will be a challenge for the Bulls merely to match their win total of five from a year ago.

Other Buffalo Sports:

Four Bulls Capture Individual Titles at UB Open - Buffalo Athletics - Out of the ten weight divisions offered at the UB Open Sunday morning, the Buffalo squad placed wrestlers in the finals in eight of them as the Bulls capped off a strong opening week of the season. The team split the eight championship matches, with four titles and four second-place results, battling over 200 wrestlers from some of the top schools in Divisions I, II and III.

Bulls Compete at Syracuse Invitational - Buffalo Athletics The Varsity "A" boat of Katherin Evely, Rosa Kemp, Susannah Green, Heide MacMahon-Manning and Sydney Gilchrist finished in fifth place with a time of 19:21.3. It was just 4/10 of a second behind Syracuse who finished in fourth and one second behind Cornell who finished in third.

Bulls Sink RedHawks, 165-135 - Buffalo Athletics The University at Buffalo men's swimming and diving team improved to 3-0 with a 165-135 victory over Mid-American Conference rival Miami (OH) on Saturday afternoon in the league opener for both squads.

Volleyball Picks Up First Win Over Ohio Since 1999 In Five-Set Thriller - Buffalo Athletics The University at Buffalo volleyball team began senior weekend on the right foot Friday night, picking up just its second ever win over defending MAC Champion, Ohio, and its first since 1999. UB was able to overcome an early fifth-set deficit to take the match 3-2. The win equals UB's win total from last season as it is now 16-13 on the year and 4-9 in MAC play.

Bulls Fall To Kent State, 3-1 - Buffalo Athletics The University at Buffalo volleyball team struggled on senior day as the Bulls fell to Kent State, 3-1, on Saturday evening in their final regular season match at Alumni Arena. The loss drops UB's record to 16-14 on the season and 4-10 in the MAC.