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Game Day: Stony Brook at Buffalo

Stony Brook Seawolves (0-1, 0-0 Big South) at Buffalo Bull (0-1, 0-0 Mid American)


By the Numbers

National Conf Buffalo Category Stony Brook Conf* National*
74 7 127 Rushing Offense 231 1 T-12
31 3 276 Passing Offense 179 5 63
50 6 403 Total Offense 410 3 30
90 8 16 Scoring Offense 24 3 44
100 10 231 Rushing Defense 36 1 9
61 8 122.59 Pass Efficiency Defense 159.41 5 77
78 9 410 Total Defense 401 5 67
86 9 35 Scoring Defense 31 4 63
T-91 9 31.67 Net Punting 33.14 4 64
104 11 -1 Punt Returns 3 3 54
61 6 20 Kickoff Returns 16 6 95
T-45 6 0 Turnover Margin 3 1 3
42 5 179 Pass Defense 365 6 101
83 8 108.53 Passing Efficiency 100.15 4 80
T-37 5 2 Sacks 1 3 T-53
T-55 9 6 Tackles For Loss 6 3 T-42
56 7 2 Sacks Allowed 2 3 T-44

 

Game Time: 6:00 p.m.

Location: UB Stadium, Amherst NY

Television: Time-Warner Cable Sportsnet

Radio: WECK, WHTK

Announcers: Paul Peck. and Jim Kubiak

Favorite: Buffalo by  7.5

All-Time Series: First Meeting

Excitement Level (1-10): 7.0

UB goes from a game with nothing to lose to a game with everything to lose! Stony Brook is not only a strong FCS program but a fellow SUNY school.

Predicted Star of the Game: Alex Neutz

Stony Brook is pretty weak against the pass and Neutz is Anderson most reliable receiver.

Quick Look At Stony Brook

Their Defense:

Their Offense:

Three Keys for Buffalo

1. Score a first Quarter Touchdown!

The Seawolves are a team that should be allowed to hang around, that and UB's first quarter woes under coach Quinn are legend.

2. Contain the SeaWolves running game

Stony Brook has an amazing one two running game. Without that their offense is not nearly as potent.

3. Cover the Kicks!

Special teams play is going to be big in what can be a closer than expected game.

Notable

-- The last SUNY school buffalo played was Albany, in 1988

-- The last time UB lost to a division IAA school was 2003 when the Bulls lost to Colgate