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Results for Past and Future UB Football opponents

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Opponent Result Record Conference Record
Albany W 17 - 6 at Delaware 3-6 CAA 2-4

UAlbany football beats Delaware, 17-6 - Times Union
By the time the final minute began ticking off the Delaware Stadium clock, the Great Danes' most satisfying win of the 2015 football season was safe and secure. UAlbany's ability to run the football — and thwart Delaware's attempt to do the same — keyed its 17-6 win over the Blue Hens in front of a homecoming crowd of 15,318 Saturday afternoon.

Penn State L 23 - 21 at Northwestern 7-3 B1G 4-2

Penn State - Northwestern Final Score: 3 Takeaways from the Wildcats' win over the Nittany Lions - Black Shoe Diaries
Penn State fought hard and had themselves in position to win this game, but ultimately fell to No. 21 Northwestern by a final of 23-21. The Nittany Lions grabbed the lead late in the fourth quarter, but some extremely questionable clock management decisions led to the Lions giving the ball back to the Wildcats. Northwestern maneuvered their way into field goal range, and knocked home the field goal to put themselves up in the game. Penn State had a last-ditch effort with 7 seconds remaining, but fumbled away a lateral that wouldn't have led to anything anyway, and Northwestern walked out of Evanston with the win.

Florida Atlantic L 35 - 19 at WKU 2-7 CUSA 2-4

Western Kentucky Uses Ground Game To Clip Florida Atlantic in 35-19 Victory - Underdog Dynasty
Ace Wales and D'Andre Ferby were key in helping the Tops defeat Florida Atlantic, but every touchdown for WKU came through the air as the Tops had to over come a bit of a slow start and two different deficits to stay perfect in C-USA play.

Nevada W 30 - 16 at Fresno 5-4 MWC 3-2

Nevada vs. Fresno State final score: The Wolf Pack used big plays to defeat Bulldogs, 30-16 - Mountain West Connection
The Nevada Wolf Pack defeated the Fresno State Bulldogs, 30-16, on Thursday night in Fresno on the strength of some big plays on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball which is something the Wolf Pack have been lacking this season.

Bowling Green W 62 - 24 vs Ohio 7-2 MAC 5-0

FalconBlog--Triumphs and Trials in the BGSU Falcon Nation: Sweet Victory #7: Recap
The upshot is that it is almost impossible for BG to lose the East.  It is not clinched.  Only Buffalo or Kent could catch BG and they play tonight (Thursday) so only one of them will come out of that with the chance to win.  Even then, they would have to win out while BG would have to lose out for the Falcons not to get to Ford Field with their third straight East title.

CMU BYE 4-4 MAC 2-2

Ohio L 62 - 24 at BGSU 5-3 MAC 2-2 - For Fans of Ohio University Sports
The Falcons racked up 581 yards of offense and converted those yards into points, hitting for multiple big plays. The beat-up Bobcats hung tough into the third quarter, but although they nearly matched their opponent in yardage with 543, they could not finish drives to match in points.

Miami W 28 - 13 vs EMU 2-6 MAC 1-3

Miami RedHawks 28, EMU 13: a new low? - Eagle Totem Eagle Totem
That was ugly, to say the least. This wasn’t EMU’s worst loss by the score, but given the caliber of the opponent, this might be a new low for the Eagles. Just remember, basketball season is almost here. The men’s team should be a contender in the MAC, and the women were the preseason pick to win the championship.

Kent L 18 - 17 vs Buffalo 3-6 MAC 2-3

Kent State Golden Flashes vs Buffalo Bulls football recap: Tyler Grassman, last-minute Weiser TD, push Bulls to 5-4 - Bull Run
For the second straight week, Buffalo hit the road only to come out flat against what should have been an overmatched MAC East opponent. A desperate Joe Licata dump off to Matt Weiser capped off an 11 play, 54 yard drive - aided by a pass interference call on 4th and 19 - and proved the winning score with under a minute left and the Bulls escaped 18-17.

NIU W 32 - 27 at Toledo 6-3 MAC 4-1

Northern Illinois Huskies vs. No. 24 Toledo Rockets football recap: Huskies come back late, wins 32-27 - Hustle Belt
The Toledo Rockets: the first team from the Mid-American Conference to crack the College Football Playoff rankings, had the first set of points scored against them in the third quarter all season, had two running backs surpass 100 yards on the ground for the first time all season, had their quarterback sacked for the first time (twice, actually), and ultimately lost their first game of the season to the Northern Illinois Huskies. The Huskies (6-3, 4-1 MAC) extend their win streak over Toledo (7-1, 4-1 MAC) for the sixth year in the row with the 32-27 final score

Akron W 17 - 13 at UMass 4-5 MAC 2-3

UMass Crumbles in Crunch Time Against Akron
Down 17-13 to Akron with :36 left in the game, starting quarterback Blake Frohnapfel tossed an interception to DeAndre Scott on a pass intended for Dan Jonah, a senior walk-on who batted .143 for the UMass baseball team as a sophomore. Frohnapfel, who had garnered preseason honors for his big offensive output last year, forced the pass, and the Zips left Gillette Stadium victorious.

UMass L 17 - 13 vs Akron 1-8 MAC 0-5

Massachusetts Minutemen football: What's next for Minutemen in another lost season - Hustle Belt
I don't know who UMass would hand that job over to or bring in to take it over (and it wouldn't be easy to bring in new blood, Jesse and I can discuss UMass' woeful pay structure for its coaches in another chat) but something needs to change. They need someone in as the OC who has complete control of the offense and is allowed to implement their game plan the way they want to do it. Whipple would be better off just as the head coach of the Minutemen and allowing his assistants to run their personnel groups they way they see fit.