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UB Football 2010

Witney Sherry - Linebacker #22


  • Position - Defensive Back
  • Class - Senior
  • Hometown - Miami, FL
  • High School - Chaminade-Madonna
  • Size - Ht: 6-0 | Wt: 188

After working his role into a starting lineup an injury as a sophomore relegated him to a reserve role from which he has not recovered. Sherry is now a senior and UB has a secondary which has lost a lot of talent. This may be his year to get back into the starting lineup.

Last season he played in 11 games and finished with 14 tackles (11 solo) to go along with four passes defensed and three pass breakups.

About 2010


After finally finding succes under Turner Gill era the Bulls had to find a replacement. Gill's two division titles and conference championship were enough for the Kansas Jayhawks to give Gill a shot.

Warde Manuel hired Quinn, who was the offensive coordinator at Cincinnati was considered one of the best coaches available for hire after his boss, Brian Kelly, was hired by Notre Dame.

Soon after Quinn arrived Buffalo's star quarterback quit the team. Zach Maynard departed to play for Cal and he left Jeff Quinn with a big whole at the Quarterback position. The team's offense struggled leading Buffalo to a 2-10 season.



Quinn was introduced as the 24th head coach in the history of the University at Buffalo football program by former Director of Athletics Warde Manuel on Dec. 22 2010.

Quinn has produced record-breaking offenses throughout his 27-year college coaching tenure and has won conference and national championships at his last three stops, including five conference crowns in the past eight seasons. But before Buffalo Quinn had never been a head coach.

As offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Cincinnati Quinn has helped the Bearcats compile a 33-6 record, including a 12-0 record in 2009 and a national No. 4 ranking heading into the Sugar Bowl meeting with defending national champion Florida.

Quinn served as associate head coach and offensive coordinator at Central Michigan prior to his stint at Cincinnati and helped lead the Chippewas to the 2006 MAC title. He served as interim head coach for Central Michigan’s 31-14 victory over Middle Tennessee in the 2006 Motor City Bowl prior to joining the UC staff.

He arrived at CMU in 2004 after 15 seasons at Grand Valley State. He was part of the staff that led the Lakers to back-to-back national championships in 2002 and 2003. The 2001 Laker offense averaged 600.8 yards and set an NCAA record by averaging 58.4 points per game.

David Patterson

Patterson rose to the governorship in the wake of Elliott Spitzers prostitution scandal. Paterson was selected by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer as his running mate for the Governor's office in 2006.

The news stunned the New York political world, as the Democratic minority was poised to possibly take over the state legislature. Paterson would trade a possible powerful Senate Majority Leader position for the largely ceremonial Lieutenant Governor post.

Paterson was the first black Governor of New York and the fourth in any U.S. state (following Reconstruction-era Louisiana Gov. P. B. S. Pinchback, former Virginia Gov. Douglas Wilder, and current Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick

While in office Patterson became embroiled in his own legal issues and was advised by members of the presidents political machine that he should not see reelection in 2010, instead he should step aside for Andrew Cuomo.

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