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Talking Bull: UB and Georgia fall out

Georgia 45, Buffalo 23: The Season Starts Off Sleepy, And So Do The Dawgs - SB Nation Atlanta
So if you wanted to try and put a positive spin on things, you could say Georgia's season-opening win over Buffalo represents the best of both worlds: It showed us what we needed to work on without any real risk of a straight-up loss. That's about as happy a face as I can put on it, though. The trouble spots have all been laid bare, and perplexingly enough, they're all stuff we thought was going to be the strength of the squad this year.

Bulls show growth in loss to Bulldogs -
"I’m not going to tolerate any loser talk," Quinn said. "We are a good football team and I think there were times today that you saw that. There were also times that showed we have some things to work on to get us ready to play in the Mid-American Conference."

Bulls hampered by special teams - UB Football - The Buffalo News
The special teams demons that haunted the University at Buffalo all last season have not gone away. The Bulls allowed a kickoff return for a touchdown, yielded a long punt return, had a punt blocked and missed an extra point during Saturday's 45-23 loss to sixth-ranked Georgia at Sanford Stadium.

UB hangs tough, falls to No. 6 Georgia - UB Football - The Buffalo News
To hear the two opposing coaches tell it Saturday afternoon, there’s no such thing as a bad victory and no such thing as a good defeat. That’s hogwash, of course. Coach-speak. And Georgia’s 45-23 victory over the University at Buffalo Saturday afternoon was proof of that.

How UB lost the game - UB Football - The Buffalo News
UB got what it needed out of this game: A solid effort from QB Alex Zordich, 23 points, and some stout run defense for the most part. Bulldogs 'D' turned it up in the second half after yielding 10 points in the final 2:02 of the first half.