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Bull Rundown Daily Open Thread: Lazy Sunday

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After a jam-packed Saturday, there's only one UB team in action today and it's a bit of a lazy Sunday. There's more NFL Divisional playoffs on this evening so grab a brew and kick back and relax.

The Rundown

Tonight in Bull: Only Men's Tennis is in action today, taking on Bryant at Dartmouth.

Yesterday's News: The highlight of the day was men's hoops' 74-61 victory over Central Michigan in the rematch of the MAC Championship Game, led by a stellar day from Jarryn Skeete. Women's hoops wasn't as lucky as they fell at home to Akron 69-61. Wrestling split their duals with Columbia and Sacred Heart; dropping a heartbreaker to the Lions 18-15 and dominating SHU 32-6. Men's swimming and diving cruised past MAC foe Miami of Ohio 230.5-76.5 and Nick Rodriguez set a new school record in the one meter dive. Men's tennis lost in their 2016 opener to nationally ranked Dartmouth.

From the Fanshots: We've got a new member of the men's tennis team!

On the Docket: A recap of track and field's day at the Great Dane Invite along with takeaways from the men's hoops win over CMU. We'll also have a recap of men's tennis' match against Bryant and there'll be some wrestlers in an open tournament that we'll be covering in some capacity.


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