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Bulls Wrestling Announces Second Annual Takedown Cancer Event - Buffalo Athletics
Last year's event exceeded all expectations by raising over $35,000 for former Bulls wrestler Jeff Parker, who was battling cancer, as well as Carly's Club in Buffalo, the pediatric cancer unit of Roswell Park. Parker, who hailed from Foxborough, MA, was a UB captain, vice-president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee at UB and a scholar-athlete who won over 70 matches for the Bulls. He lost his courageous battle to cancer on May 22, 2010 at the age of 25.

Five Prominent College Football Coaches On the Hot Seat For 2011 | The Big Lead
Jeff Tedford (California): This was the first losing season of Tedford’s tenure. Cal lost seven of its last 10, getting blown out by Nevada, USC, Oregon State and Stanford. The Golden Bears could not beat Washington at home in the final game, with a bowl berth at stake.

Scout.com: Ranking The 2010 Rookie Head Coaches
17. Jeff Quinn, Buffalo Not only was Quinn faced with the unenviable task of replacing Turner Gill, but he didn’t get many breaks along the way either. The Bulls didn’t have enough talent to run the coach’s system, a situation that was exacerbated by the transfer of QB Zach Maynard to Cal. Buffalo had just one win over an FBS opponent and floundered on offense, pulling up the rear nationally at just 14 points a game.

Recurring Offseason Themes: Oversigning's season in the sun - Dr. Saturday - NCAAF  - Yahoo! Sports
If you're the kind of person who reads college football blogs on a regular basis, you probably don't need an in-depth introduction to the divisive – yet entirely legal – concept of "oversigning."