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Talking Bull: Show me the Money!

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The Green Behind the Blue and White - Sports - The Spectrum - University at Buffalo
Where's the money come from?

Low Dough for SA Sports Clubs - Sports - The Spectrum - University at Buffalo
The Men's Hockey Club is in good favor with SA, but still has money issues. The expenses of equipment maintenance, ice time at the Northtown Center, and travel fees force the club to spend $80,000-90,000 a year. As a result, each of the club's 28 members is forced to pay $1,300 to help finance these costs. True Blue is not a member of the sports council, but it still faces some of the same problems. Its $7,600 budget forces the student fan section to lean on UB Athletics for travel expenses, advertisements, and help with True Blue Avenue.

Moneyball In College Football: Markets, Statistics And Hal Mumme -
Moneyball was at its heart about the desire to exploit market inefficiencies and win with little money and few resources in a sport in which money rules. Oakland attempted to do that by milking everything they possibly could out of baseball statistics, but the approach itself was utilized as much because of the market itself, not just because of nerds with calculators trying to solve and defeat the sport.

UB Football:

Quinn clears the air as Anderson is his starting quarterback - UB Football - The Buffalo News
"He is our starting quarterback ... and he will continue to be our guy. He's made our team better. He raises everybody's level of preparation and performance and he wants to make it right. I had a great conversation with him last night again, and this morning. Let me just close that out. He's our quarterback and he's the guy."

Striggles injury weakens UB’s special teams " Sports " Niagara Gazette
The University at Buffalo’s third cornerback and special teams ace faces a long rehabilitation after tearing the anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in his right knee in Saturday’s loss to Connecticut and is out for the season.

Around College Football:

This Week In Schadenfreude: Terps On Tilt -
There are losses, and then there's losing 31-7 to Temple. Maryland experienced the latter over the weekend. This enters the race with "Duke was simply the better team" for Unexpected Sentence of the Year: