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That's right Tony, Spoon is watching the Bulls go higher than any one expected this season!
That's right Tony, Spoon is watching the Bulls go higher than any one expected this season!

Buffalo Basketball:

Bulls Ring in New Year with 78-66 Win at Cornell - Buffalo Athletics
Early on, the Cornell defense keyed on Zach Filzen and held the Bulls' leading scorer to four first-half points. Sophomore Tony Watson proved to be a spark off the bench with nine first-half points on three consecutive three-pointers that turned a tie game into 26-17 Buffalo advantage. Watson finished with a career-high 11 points and the Bulls held a 36-27 lead at the break.

Bulls win; Griffs, Eagles fall on road - Colleges - The Buffalo News
The Bulls shot 53 percent from the field to defeat Cornell, 78-66, at Newman Arena in Ithaca. Conversely, Monday night brought a pair of road losses for Niagara and Canisius as both dropped Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference games. For Buffalo, it was the fourth straight game shooting 50 percent or better from the field and fifth time in the last six games the Bulls have reached that mark.

Previous Evening MAC Review: Just Like Football? - Hustle Belt
It was a very Buffalo game: They shot well (53.2% FG), they defended (33.3% FG for Cornell), and they turned it over a little (15 turnovers, but 10 in the first half). Byron Mulkey hounded the Big Red with 16 points, eight rebounds, six assists, and two steals. Zach Filzen led the Bluebulls with 17. It was everything you wanted to see heading into conference shenanigans

Cornell men's basketball team shoots cold in loss to Buffalo | pressconnects.com | Press & Sun-Bulletin
The Big Red shot just 33 percent from the field and a trio of Bulls guards accounted for 44 points in Buffalo's 78-66 victory at Newman Arena. Drew Ferry scored a game-high 18 points for the Big Red, which allowed its opposition to shoot better than 50 percent for the fourth consecutive game.

Conference play to answer Big 4 questions - Colleges - The Buffalo News
Bulls (8-4) have become the most intriguing Big 4 team thanks to Byron Mulkey's solid play at the point and the instant emergence of freshman forward Javon McCrea. Offensive flow has never been better during Reggie Witherspoon's tenure. They have joined Akron, Kent State, Ohio, Ball State and Western Michigan as legit title contenders in the wide-open Mid-American Conference.

MAC Coaching (Football)

Two more offensive coaches hired at NIU - Red And Black Attack
RBs and TEs/FBs. The Faulker hire is arguably the best yet.

The Owl's Nest: Hearing Several Names for Coaching Staff Vacancies
Several names have emerged as potential candidates for offensive and defensive coaching spots.

BSU Football Has a Coaching Staff " Over The Pylon
From the BSU release received this evening, it looks like the coaching staff for the 2011 Cardinals is just about complete. There’s still a full-time vacancy listed (for what I presume to be a strength and conditioning coach

Other UB Sports

Bignell And Hornbaker Named Academic All-MAC - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo volleyball team placed two members on the 2010 Academic All-MAC team on Monday morning as seniors Kristin Bignell and Marisa Hornbaker picked up the honor. For Hornbaker it was her third consecutive honor.

NCAA Football

Opinion: Big 10 gets kicked off the bus | MLive.com
There was a time when scheduling Austin Peay, counting a victory against Indiana as a "quality win," and appearing in a bowl game was just enough to get the Big 10 a back-seat on the "Respectability Bus" in college football.