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Astudillo To Take Leave of Absence - Buffalo Athletics
University at Buffalo head men's soccer coach John Astudillo will be taking a medical leave of absence from the sidelines this fall it was announced today by Warde Manuel, Vice President and Director of Athletics.

Peter Fardon's 'Kicking It' Blog Back For Another Season - Buffalo Athletics
Buffalo senior punter/kicker Peter Fardon will be blogging again this season beginning with training camp that started this week.

Bulls' ground game makes strides at camp - UB Football - The Buffalo News
They're running more plays with the quarterback under center. The backs no longer are consistently offset. While the hurry-up spread remains in the picture, no longer should it be construed as a pass-happy approach.

Musings off UB Scrimmage - Campus Watch - The Buffalo News
It's going to be hard to keep RB Brandon Murie (Iroquois) off the field. He's quick and a gamer. At the least he'll be playing an important role on special teams. . . . True freshman kicker Patrick Clarke has leg and them some. He was three-stepping kickoffs to the 5 consistently during pre-practice drills. . . . Judging from the reps Saturday it'll be Anderson at QB with Alex Zordich the No. 2 and Jerry Davis No. 3.

Rivals.com College Football - MAC preview: Year of the quarterback
BEST OFFENSIVE NEWCOMER: Buffalo QB Chazz Anderson. He transferred from Cincinnati to play for Jeff Quinn, who was his offensive coordinator with the Bearcats before leaving for the Bulls' job. Anderson, who has one season of eligibility after playing behind Tony Pike and Zach Collaros at Cincinnati, enjoyed his best season in 2008, when he hit 46-of-75 passes for 520 yards in two wins. Anderson may be the playmaker the Buffalo offense needs.

Scout.com: 2011 Preview - All-MAC Team & Top Players
Top 30 Preseason MAC Players - 11. LB Khalil Mack, Soph. Buffalo

Scout.com: 2011 Preview - CFN Thoughts On The MAC
The pressure is on for a slew of coaches who struggled mightily in their first few seasons. Eastern Michigan's Ron English, Buffalo's Jeff Quinn, Central Michigan's Dan Enos, and Akron's Rob Ianello all need to show something and all need to prove that their respective programs are headed in the right direction

SitRep: Texas A&M To The SEC Explained (As Of The Present Moment) - SBNation.com
The entire Texas A&M to the SEC situation is really very simple: if you're going to set something on fire, be sure you collect the insurance payment. Spencer Hall explains the usual anarchy.