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Who's Talking Bull? Mulkey Way, "it's something that plays just right"


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Diamond in the Rough: For Buffalo Bulls' Byron Mulkey, redshirting during senior season pays off - college basketball - ESPN
Because Mulkey made the difficult decision to go along with it (Redshirt his Senior Year), the Bulls' point guard now finds himself having exactly the kind of season he spent his entire career dreaming of. Due to his willingness to wait, he's now leading a team that has hopes of winning a MAC title.

MRO | Buffalo dominates Central Michigan | Basketball
Buffalo (15-7, 7-3 MAC) played one of its finest defensive games of the season, holding the Chippewas to 43 points on just 27 percent shooting (15-for-55). The Bulls had nine blocked shots, led by six from Mitchell Watt. The Bulls also were able to turn 12 Central Michigan turnovers into 18 points.

Buffalo's Alumni Arena: Tough Place To Win, Locate Sizable Crowds - Hustle Belt
This is absolutely Byron Mulkey's day-slash-year and nobody's going to take that away from him. On a day in which runs a really awesome feature about how he redshirted last year as a senior, Mulkey poured in 29 points on Central Michigan to help Buffalo coast to a 72-43 victory.

Campus Watch - Blogs - The Buffalo News
UB never trailed as an early 9-2 lead quickly turned into 26-10. The Bulls led by as many as 32 and the Chippewas never made a run.

Mulkey’s 29 Leads Bulls Past Central Michigan - Buffalo Athletics
The Bulls outrebounded the Chippewas, 39-34. Watt had a game-high nine rebounds and Javon McCrea added eight.

Bulls Crush Chippewas To Get Back To Winning Ways - The Spectrum - Sports
True Blue nation has come to know junior forward Mitchell Watt as Mitchell "Swatt." On Tuesday night, Mr. "Swatt" was in strong form, helping the men's basketball team turn in one of its most dominant performances of the season.

Not to be outdown by the Guys!

Stingy Defensive Effort Leads Bulls To 53-39 Victory - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo women's basketball team won its fourth straight game on Tuesday afternoon with a defensive clinic, defeating Western Michigan, 53-39. The 39 points were the fewest allowed by the Bulls all season as they improve to 13-10 on the season and 6-4 in the MAC.

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Bulls Drop Second Straight MAC Meet - The Spectrum - Sports
After the Bulls (7-7, 0-2 Mid-American Conference) jumped out to an early 9-0 lead over Kent State (12-5, 2-0 MAC), they dropped six of their last seven matches en route to a 19-13 defeat in front of a raucous home crowd at Alumni Arena on Sunday afternoon.

Ball State and Miami Tabbed As Softball Preseason Favorites -—Official Web Site of the Mid-American Conference
In the West Division Central Michigan came in a close second followed by Northern Illinois, Western Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Toledo. While in the East Division Ohio was picked second followed by Kent State, Bowling Green, Buffalo and Akron.

MAC nonconference schedules - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
Of the 29 games against the AQ conferences, 24 are on the road and one is at a neutral site (Wisconsin vs. Northern Illinois at Soldier Field).

MAC Announces Track and Field Athletes of the Week -—Official Web Site of the Mid-American Conference
Rob Golabek, Buffalo Junior, Hamburg, N.Y. (Frontier) For the second consecutive week on the campus of Penn State University, a UB shot putter has broken a school and Mid-American Conference record.