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Buffalo Basketball

Breaking down MAC men's basketball: Who is hot, who is not |
But the biggest surprise is arguably Buffalo (7-3) which now has to be considered a legitimate contender in the suddenly dysfunctional MAC East Division. Three of the preseason favorites-- Ohio, Akron and Kent State -- are all in some form of disarray. Coach Reggie Witherspoon may be the early leader for coach of the year with his decision last season to redshirt senior guard Byron Mulkey.

Buffalo Football

Naaman Roosevelt racks up 74 receiving yards | Fantasy Demon
Naaman Roosevelt hauled in four passes for 74 yards in Buffalo’s 34-3 loss to New England Sunday.


MAC Football

Toledo Falls 34-32 to FIU in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl -—Official Web Site of the Mid-American Conference
Florida International capped a second-half comeback with a 34-yard field goal as time expired to give the Panthers a dramatic 34-32 victory over Toledo at the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl at Ford Field in Detroit Sunday night.

FalconBlog--Triumphs and Trials in the BGSU Falcon Nation: MAC-Sun Belt Challenge is Over...Humility Reigns in MAC Nation
Well, with Troy skunking OU and Florida International beating UT last night, the Sun Belt has assured that it will win at least 2 of the 3 bowl games it has with the MAC, giving them victory in the unofficial MAC-Sun Belt Challenge.

NCAA Football

Miami Hurricanes, Notre Dame Fighting Irish ban players from travel to Mexico before Sun Bowl - ESPN
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly took his team's passports before the Fighting Irish flew to El Paso as a precaution. The Hurricanes didn't bring passports, either, and met with both local law enforcement and the FBI on Sunday shortly after arriving in Texas to further underscore the potential dangers of crossing the border.

Caleb King, 2 other Georgia players ruled out of Liberty Bowl - ESPN
King violated school policy by missing his fifth academic-related meeting. He is the Bulldogs' second-leading rusher with 430 yards on 80 carries but has had trouble staying on the field. He already missed two games with a high ankle sprain and two others for failing to appear in court to deal with a speeding ticket. They should have just sat these guys for the non conference games next season, all they had to do was say they did not know skipping meetings was against the rules.