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Things we learned from Buffalo Men's Soccer's 2-2 Exhibition draw with Albany

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It was a tale of two halves for Stu Riddle's squad against the Albany Great Danes in their, 2-2 draw in their first exhibition. The scoring was started off by none other than Russell Cicerone burying a beauty after faking out the Albany keeper and making him dive to the ground only 14 minutes into the match.

Braden Scales then connected on a cross from Daniel Cramarossa to put the Bulls up 2-0. Cramarossa was a name that Matt and I had mentioned in our previews that would be an integral part to the Bulls's offense and he certainly showed why today.

Albany then stormed back in the second half and took advantage of the switch from Joe Kuta to Cam Hogg in goal to even the score.

There were a few other interesting names in the starting lineup and things that we learned from the exhibition that you can find fleshed out in the above video.