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Buffalo Bulls Record Watch - Baylor

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Danny Wild-USA TODAY Sports

Joe Licata Career Rank Next Career
Completions 378 5 (+1) Marty Barrett 513
Attempts 650 8 Chad Salisbury 671
Yards 4563 6 (+1) Chad Salisbury 4947
TD 39 4 Cliff Scott 43
A. Taylor Career Rank Next Career
Carries 132 36 (+6) Campbell / Stofa 138
Yds 613 31 (+3) Jim Barksdale 614
Rush TD 5 30 Dawson / Gordon 6
D. Campbell Career Rank Next Career
Carries 138 34(+1) Jim Webber 143
Yds 601 32 (+5) Anthone Taylor 613
TD 4 35 Taylor / Condino 5
Receptions 48 26 (+1) Ed Young 49
Yds 443 28 Evan Wallace 453
Rec TD 1 42 Many Tied 2
D. Hughes Career Rank Next Career
Receptions 54 22 (+3) Doc Smith 64
Yds 519 26 Rick Wells 524
Rec TD 5 21 Drew Haddad 6
Boise Ross Career Rank Next Career
Receptions 21 40 (+11) Tim Dance 23
Yds 225 38 (+4) Steven King 264
Willoughby Career Rank Next Career
Receptions 18 46 (+11) Faller / Patterson 19
Yds 270 35 (+6) Tom Butler 298
TD 2 30 (+20) Many TIed 3
Marcus McGill
Career Rank Next Career
Receptions 10 68
Jeffvon Gill 10
Yds 163 45 Marquis Dwarte 165
TD 2 30 (+20) Many TIed 3
Lee Skinner Career Rank Next Career
Tackles 263 15 (+1) Mark Graham 266
Solo 116 21 Carlos Spencer 120
Assist 147 12 (+2) Dave Short 149
TFL 17 20 (-1) Justin Winters 18.5
Sacks 5.5 17 (-1) Adam Redden 6.5
Cortney Lester Career Rank Next Career
Interceptions 9 12 2 Tied 10
Passes Def 28 8 Lambert / Fisher /
Thomas
29
Adam Redden Career Rank Next Career
Forced Fums 2 23 8 Are Tied 3
Fumble Rec 3 12 5 Are Tied 5
TFL 18 19 Justin Winters 18.5
Sacks 6.5 16 Justin Winters 7.5

Joe Licata's fourth quarter near-heroics helped move the UB junior up a couple of notches in the UB record books.

Meanwhile, Marcus McGill jumped onto the scene. Between McGill, Willoughby, and Devonv Hughes UB is going to try to distribute the ball around quite a bit this season.

Taylor is on the verge of catching Campbell in carries after passing him in yards this week.

One defensive side of things I heard from Cosmo Nestola last week. He was eager to see Lee Skinner move up in the books, even if it meant falling a spot himself.

Nestola is one of the players being chased down by Lee Skinner. He was a Buffalo Bull from 1979 to 1982, racking up 300 tackles and 27 tackles for a loss during the Bill Dando era.

Skinner and Redden are both moving up in tackles for loss and in sacks. Meanwhile Cortney Lester is trying to move up in the books as well.