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Who's Talking Bull? While I was sick..

I've missed quite a bit being stuck in bed this weekend..

UB Has nailed down two Cornerbacks:

Campus Watch - Blogs - The Buffalo News
UB continues its late push for secondary players as Daphne, Ala. cornerback Kyndal Minniefield verbally committed to the Bulls this weekend, according to a source.

Campus Watch - Blogs - The Buffalo News
Marqus Baker said on Saturday that he was going to make a decision about attended UB over the next few days. Apparently he didn't need that long because the Tampa, Fla. cornerback became the 22nd prospect from the Class of 2011 to commit to UB.

Let's Go Rockets " MAC Returning Starters for 2011
Below you’ll find the breakdown of returning starters compiled by Phil Steele. The chart is broken into offense, defense and special teams (kicker/punter). Also of significant note, the * on the offense number denotes that the starting QB is returning. Check out how the MAC pans out:

The Bulls "Bob Barkered" the Huskies:

Saturday's MAC Men's Basketball Results -—Official Web Site of the Mid-American Conference
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Zach Filzen scored 21 points and Byron Mulkey added 19 as Buffalo pulled away in the second half for a 63-52 victory over Northern Illinois on Saturday.

Forecast: Filzen Makes It Rain - The Spectrum - Sports
The Xavier Silas show was supposed to take center stage at Alumni Arena on Saturday afternoon, but senior guard Zach Filzen stepped in and stole the NBA prospect's spotlight.

MAC Basketball Review: Then There Were Five - Hustle Belt
Not exactly what you expected after a win over Akron for NIU. They never led against the Bulls, not even for a millisecond, and Xavier Silas' 20 points were mostly done via the free throw line (his specialty) but that 4-for-15 shooting will never get it done on the road. Meanwhile, UB shot reasonably well (mostly the Byron Mulkey/Zach Filzen show, per usual) while they did a solid job of limiting turnovers (just 10!) to better themselves to 5-2. They're tied with

And the women took care of the cardinals:

Bulls Go Bird Hunting - The Spectrum - Sports
The Cardinals seemed to be overwhelmed in the opening minutes, when Brown scored nine of Buffalo's first 11 points to put the Bulls ahead. Buffalo led for the entirety of the game in which Brown, Fortman, and senior guard Ashley Zuber scored 60 of the Bulls' final point total.

Other UB Sports:

Bulls Claim Second Straight Over Big East Foes - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo women's tennis team completed its weekend sweep of the Big East on Sunday as UB defeated Pittsburgh, 4-3. With the win, the Bulls improve to 2-1 on the season.

Bulls Down Duquesne, 4-3 - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo men's tennis team scored a 4-3 win over Duquesne on Sunday in a neutral site match held at St. Bonaventure University in Olean.

Ohio Sneaks Past Buffalo With Late Decision - Buffalo Athletics
The Buffalo wrestling team opened Mid American Conference play Saturday evening at Ohio. Despite a comeback from an early deficit, the Bulls could not hold off the host Bobcats, losing 16-15 on a decision in the final match.

O'Brien Breaks UB and MAC Shot Put Marks at Penn State National Meet - Buffalo Athletics
University at Buffalo women's shot putter Becky O'Brien broke the school and Mid-American Conference records on Saturday as she won the shot put competition at the Penn State National Meet on Saturday at the Horace Ashenfelter III Indoor Track.