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Depth Chartin': Buffalo Depth Chart for Kent State

It's not like Buffalo has needed a backup for Oliver, but it sure would be nice to have Potts there anyway.
It's not like Buffalo has needed a backup for Oliver, but it sure would be nice to have Potts there anyway.

Offense 1 2
WR Alex Neutz Devon Hughes
LT Andre Davis Pat Wilson
LG Jansen Carlson Bob Blogdett
C Trevor Sales Gabriel Barbe
RG Graham Whinery Dillon Guy
RT Gokhan Ozkan Jake Silas
TE Gordon - Dennison Reeder
QB Alex Zordich Joe Licata
RB Branden Oliver Brandon Murie
FB Boomer Brock Rashad Jean
WR Cordero Dixon Ron Willoughby
WR Fred Lee John Dunmore
Defense
DE Steven Means Beau Bachtelle
NG Cahill - Sokoli
DE Colby Way Dale Barksdale
OLB Khalil Mack Willie Mosely
ILB Stockman - Pettigrew
ILB Lee Skinner Khari Brown
OLB Dalonte Wallace Imani Chatman
CB Najja Johnson Carlos Lammons
SS Isaac Baugh Okoye Houston
FS Witney Sherry Minniefield / Brim
CB Cortney Lester Maqus Baker

Losing James Potts shakes up this depth chart only slightly. Brandon Murie is now alone behind Branden Oliver.

The bigger impact is on special teams where Devin Campbell is now back to return kicks in Potts' place.

There are no changes to the starting offense from Morgan State. I guess when you set so many individual and team marks it's not wise to mess with the pieces that made it happen.

On defense Dalonte Wallace replace Imani Chatman as the starting right side outside linebacker.

In the defensive backfield Isaac Baugh replace Okoye Houston as the starting strong safety.

This is probably one of the most quiet week to week depth chart alterations of the Jeff Quinn era, and hopefully a sign that Quinn has finally found the formula he has been looking for since he took over the Bulls.