|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||Jimmy Gordon||Dennison - Reeder|
|QB||Alex Zordich||Joe Licata|
|RB||Branden Oliver||Branden Murie|
|FB||Rashad Jean||Jimmy Gordon|
|WR||Cordero Dixon||Ron Willoughby|
|WR||Rudy Johnson||John Dunmore|
|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|
So you're saying there's a chance!
Well the game notes came out today and Oliver, despite being tabbed as "day to day" is still listed as UB's starting tail back with Brandon Murie sitting right behind him.
So if Oliver is healthy expect to see him.
But the full back position is a different story.
Meet your backup full back, you know him as your starting Tight End.
I get the move of Gordon to Full Back. Off all the talent available he best fits the role but what if, during the course of a game, Jean needs a breather and Gordon's been on the field the whole time as a tight end.
I would have expected Dennison to get the start at Tight End or maybe Reeder to back up Jean.
Rudy... Rudy... Rudy
Rudy Johnson had a rough outing against Kent but it was his first real game action and, to be honest, pretty much everyone had a bad game.
This week he gets the start ahead of John Dunmore in a big to replace Fred Lee.
Maybe the reason Jake Reeder is not backing up Jean as the full back is because he is backing up Marcus McGill as our long snapper.
It's the first time this season that Buffalo has listed a backup for McGill.
Other than that it's a pretty standard depth chart. No Changes at all on defense which given the fact they held Kent to 23 points without Steven Means makes sense.