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Who's Talking Bull? Tressel falling into the Pryor Patch

Pryorpatch_mediumJim Tressel Investigation Returns: Introducing Ted Sarniak -
Fear not the specter of entering a pleasant spring weekend without a new twist to ponder in l'affaire Jim Tressel's inbox: The Columbus Dispatch has unearthed another layer of who-knew-what-when, and the "who" is a fellow by the name of Ted Sarniak. His relationship with Terrelle Pryor can be characterized with that vague, innocuous air of possible trouble so prevalent in major college athletics:

UB Spring Ball!!!! :)

Bulls Put on Pads, Scrimmage For First Time This Spring - Buffalo Athletics
The Bulls started the day in an intense mode with a drill that head coach Jeff Quinn calls "Bull Rodeo," a full-scale blocking and tackling drill in a confined area. It set the tone for a spirited day that concluded with the Bulls scrimmaging for nearly 15 minutes in a full-scale 11-on-11 mode.

Temple Spring Ball!!!! :(

The Owl's Nest: 2011 Temple Spring Football has Started!
Halfback Matt Brown is currently suspended from the team. Bernard Pierce recently talked with reporters and said he feels that he needs (and wants) to prove he can stay healthy through a full season. Depending on how long Brown is gone, that's exactly what is expected of him.

MAC Basketball Coaching News: Ford Leaves Kent

Did Geno Ford Take A Better Job At Bradley? - Hustle Belt
But Geno Ford is now going to try and revive that same magic at Bradley University in the Missouri Valley Conference. BU was a basketball powerhouse back in the 1950s, but their only bright spot in the last 20 years was that Sweet 16 run in 2006 — a run that to this day I still boast about having correct in my bracket.

UB Baseball:

Stampede Halted at Eastern Michigan - The Spectrum - Sports
With their recent success, the Bulls (7-14, 0-3 Mid-American Conference) had high hopes of continuing their winning streak against Eastern Michigan (15-8, 3-0 MAC), but Buffalo couldn't get anything going at the plate in the first two games and lost 11-2 and 5-1. Then, the Bulls blew a three-run lead in the series finale and lost in extra innings, 6-5.