Pryor done at Ohio State - Campus Watch - The Buffalo News
"In the best interest of my teammates, I have made the decision to forgo my senior year of football at The Ohio State University," Pryor said in a statement released by his lawyer, Larry James.
Yea because if there is one thing this past year has taught me it's that Pryor is *all* about his team. I mean why not take him at his word that the real reason he is not returning is because when the NCAA gets done with his driving issues he would be lucky to see the field as Brutus let alone a quarterback.
But it's all going to work out for him, he is entering the supplemental draft and what team would not want a piece of the guy whos ethics were key to the embarrassment of Ohio State.
With Patience Turner Gill Could Be The Best Thing For Kansas Football - SB Nation Kansas City
Since the hiring of Turner Gill the Jayhawk fanbase has gone back and forth. First there were two camps, one disappointed with the Mangino firing, another excited about the Gill hiring. That gradually gave way to the reality of a new coach and the understanding that there is no sense debating a dead issue.
On Regan to UB - Campus Watch - The Buffalo News
Let's get this out of the way right from the start. Just because former Nichols star Will Regan is transferring from an ACC school (Virginia) to a Mid-American Conference school (UB) doesn't mean he's guaranteed to light it up. Remember, he didn't get a lot of playing time with the Cavs and departed because Virginia is looking at a glut on the front line beginning next season. Plus the MAC has seen a dramatic upswing in quality post players the last couple of years and seems to be transitioning, at least temporarily, from a guard-dominated league.
Welcome Home, Will Regan - Sports - The Spectrum - University at Buffalo
Regan, the biggest recruit to come out of Buffalo in recent memory, graduated in 2010 and committed to the University of Virginia. He played in a Cavalier uniform for a year, but ultimately, Regan decided to come back to the place he loves.
Discus Competition Completes First Day At NCAA Championships - Buffalo Athletics
Two throwers for the University at Buffalo competed on the first day of the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships as Becky O'Brien and Matt Gac both competed in the discus.
UB's McCrea Invited to USA Basketball Under 19 Training Camp - MAC-Sports.com—Official Web Site of the Mid-American Conference
BUFFALO, NY - University at Buffalo forward Javon McCrea has been invited to attend the 2011 USA Basketball Men's U19 World Championship Team training camp. The sophomore-to-be is one of 21 of the nation's best 19-and-under players invited to the training camp.