During the second half of last week's game UB's offense came to life and that allowed for some movement in the record books. Joe Licata continues to climb up the ranks in various passing categories. The junior passed Chad Salisbury in completions and is chasing down Salisbury's yards mark. This week he seems primed to move up in yards and attempts. Against an FCS team, even with a good defense, there is a chance Licata might catch Cliff Scott's touchdown mark as well.
Campbell's limited action kept him stationary in the books and allowed Anthone Taylor to generate some separation. Taylor moved up in carries, and cracked the top 30 in yards and touchdowns.
For the time being I've pulled Boise Ross off of the receiving tracker. UB's sophomore was moved to DB. His fellow receivers though all moved up a bit in multiple categories.
Lee Skinner continues to move up in multiple categories. The senior has a chance to be top ten in multiple categories. This week however it may take a solid 60 minutes to move up past ten in anything but assisted tackles.