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Who's Talking Bull: Starks lifts the Packers

Aaron Rodgers, Packers outlast Eagles, move on to face Atlanta - USATODAY.com
Green Bay Packers running back James Starks prayed his time would come. No better time than Sunday to answer his and his team's prayers with a 123-yard rushing effort that keyed Green Bay's 21-16 wild-card elimination of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Starks Shines In Packers Playoff Win Over Eagles - Buffalo Athletics
Former University at Buffalo standout James Starks starred for the Green Bay Packers on Sunday in their 21-16 NFL Wild Card upset over the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field.

Bulls Finish Eighth at Virginia Duals - Buffalo Athletics
The Buffalo wrestling team finished eighth out of 16 teams after finishing the tournament with a 2-3 record. The team routed Rider in its first match 30-9 but fell to Wyoming and Edinboro.

Bulls Fall to Bowling Green in Double-Overtime Heartbreaker - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo men's basketball team fell to Bowling Green, 74-71, in double-overtime in the Mid-American Conference opener at Alumni Arena on Saturday night.

Falcons have the inside track on victory - University at Buffalo - The Buffalo News
Bowling Green arrived at Alumni Arena Saturday night carting a 5-9 record that belied its capabilities. The Falcons had found solid footing after losing eight of their first nine games. They came to town having won four of five, a span during which they'd shot better than 50 percent from the field.

Previous Evening MAC Review: Smooth Roads Ahead - Hustle Belt
While it showed a load of gumption for UB to force each overtime, it was equally impressive for BG to stand firm on the road and not let extra minutes dissuade them from playing hard the rest of the game. A'uston "The Big Apostrophe" Calhoun had a team-high 20 points, and Danny McElroy had the go-ahead bucked in the second overtime, finishing with 13. Byron Mulkey had some nice numbers: 11 points and nine assists. But for the Bulls, this was the opposite type of game they're used to: they didn't shoot well, they didn't defend well, but they limited turnovers. Zuh?