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Javon McCrea Record Watch

Rank Player Years Points
1 Rasaun Young 1993-98 1,908
2 Jim Horne 1951-55 1,833
3 Mike Martinho 1994-98 1,708
4 Yassin Idbihi 2003-07 1,514
5 Javon McCrea -2010 1512
6 Turner Battle 2001-05 1,414
Rank Player Years BLK
1 Sam Pellom 74-78 375
2 Mitchell Watt 08-12 196
3 Javon McCrea 10-pres 189
4 Kelvin Robinson 93-95 148
5 Mark Bortz 01-05 127
Rank Player Years Reb
1 Sam Pellom 74-78 1297
2 Curtis Blackmore 70-73 1175
3 Yassin Idbihi 03-07 844
4 Javon McCrea 10-pres 721
5 Calvin Betts 06-10 717
6 Mark Bortz 01-05 606
Rank Player Years FG
1 Rasaun Young 93-98 648
2 Javon McCrea 10-pres. 610
3 Sam Pellom 74-78 603
4 Yassin Idbihi 03-07 542
5 Otis Horne 72-76 536

Are you ready to go McCrazy?

Well Javon is, unfortunately his spectacular play has not been enough to carry the Bulls to a win.

The first loss of the year was far from home to an SEC team playing in front of an big enthusiastic crowd.

The second loss came a few miles from campus in front of a tiny Niagara crowd. The second loss came at the hands of a team UB has owned since 2002.

So the beginning of the Hurley era is an 0-2 start and ugly big 4 loss to, of all teams, Niagara.

Either this season turns around (meaning UB wins close to 20 games) or Hurley will start next year as a guy who failed with the best player UB has ever had.

In the mean time sit back and watch McCrea climb the record books.