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The Buffalo Bulls are 2015 MAC Tournament Champions: Links Roundup

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There will be much, much more, but here's a links roundup of what they're saying about Buffalo just after one night. Go Bulls.

March Madness 2015: Buffalo wins MAC title, earns first trip to NCAA Tournament |
Xavier Ford and Shannon Evans scored 18 points apiece as Buffalo, coached by March Madness icon Bobby Hurley, earned its first trip to the NCAA Tournament by beating top-seeded Central Michigan 89-84 in the Mid-American Conference championship on Saturday night.

CLEVELAND: Bobby Hurley back in NCAAs as Buffalo wins MAC title | College Men's Basketball | The State
Bobby Hurley climbed the ladder and snipped strands off the net like he'd done so many times before.

In a reminder of how entertaining college basketball can be, Buffalo wins the 2015 MAC Tournament: Bill Livingston (photos) |
A great game quiets thoughts of political correctness, Duke-centric hatred, and frets about the declining quality of college basketball.

Introducing Cinderella: Meet the Buffalo Bulls | CollegeBasketballTalk
Get to know the MAC champion.

Tiny Dancers: Bobby Hurley leads Buffalo first NCAA tournament -
Buffalo beat Central Michigan in the finals of the MAC conference tournament to earn the program's first NCAA tournament bid.

Buffalo Bulls forward Xavier Ford named MVP of MAC Tournament 2015: Notebook (photos) |
Xavier Ford of champion Buffalo named the Most Valuable Player of the 2015 MAC Tournament.

Buffalo 89, Central Michigan 84: Bulls win first-ever MAC championship despite Chris Fowler's big game |
Chris Fowler scores a game-high 27 points and dishes out nine assists in Chippewas' first appearance in title game since winning it in 2003.

Central Michigan falls to Buffalo in MAC title game
Chris Fowler scored 27 for CMU but it was not enough as the Chippewas lost 89-84.

Central Michigan Life :: Buffalo 89, Central Michigan 84: Chippewas defeated by Bulls in MAC Championship Game
CLEVELAND -- Chris Fowler did everything he could to help the Central Michigan University men's basketball team win a Mid-American Conference Championship.