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Talking Bull: Spring Ball Perspectives

UB Spring Ball:

It was great to see Neutz looking so solid. He's not quite 100% yet but everything we saw on Saturday makes me believe that he will be by August.

Neutz stands out in UB spring game - UB Football - The Buffalo News
Junior receiver Alex Neutz showed Saturday he's fully recovered from the broken left wrist that prematurely ended his 2011 season. He caught six passes for 112 yards and a pair of touchdowns during the Bulls' annual Blue-White game, which ended spring practice.

It was not so nice to see so little separation amongst our depth players at Quarterback.

Two’s a Party, Three’s a Crowd - Sports - The Spectrum - University at Buffalo
Current frontrunner for the job, junior quarterback Alex Zordich threw for a game-high 183 yards and three passing touchdowns with his top competition going into the game, redshirt freshman quarterback Joe Licata, posting 99 yards with a touchdown and an interception.Redshirt freshman Tony Daniel made a strong case for the starting role by leading all quarterbacks with 19 completions. He had a stretch where he completed nine straight passes. He also showed his versatility as a runner with 62 rushing yards during his reps in the four-man rotation at quarterback.

Big Donations for Athletics:

Hopefully someone with a ton of money decided they want to out do these this week.

Athletics Receives Two Donations - Sports - The Spectrum - University at Buffalo
The UB athletic department received one of its largest donations in history on Sunday.

Men's tennins trying to stop UB from going 0-fer the season

No MAC championships so far this year. The Mens Swimmers came close but Tennins might just get us off the schnide.

Bulls Claim First Place Following 5-2 Win at Northern Illinois - Buffalo Athletics
In a battle of MAC unbeatens, the University at Buffalo men's tennis team prevailed scoring a 5-2 win over Northern Illinois on Sunday afternoon at the Rockford Boylan Tennis Center. The Bulls improved to 4-0 in league play and 9-8 overall while the Huskies fell to 19-7 and 3-1 in the MAC.