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Buffalo Bulls Depth Chart For Nevada Wolfpack

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NCAA Football: Buffalo at Miami (Ohio) Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
Offense 1 2
WR Kamathi Holsey K.J. Osborn
LT Roubbens Joseph Evin Ksiezarczyk
LG Brandon Manosalvas Tomas Jack-Kurdyla
C James O'Hagan Skyler Hartley
RG David Goldsby Connor Morehart
RT Tyler O'Henly Albert McCoy
TE Mason Schreck Tyler Mabry
QB Grant Rohach Tyree Jackson
RB Jordan Johnson Johnathan Hawkins
WR Malcolm Robinson Mike Demonte
WR Marcus McGill Jamarl Eiland
Defense 1 2
DE Demone Harris Charles Harris
NT Chris Ford Justin Brandon
DT Max Perisse Remaine Douglas
DE Brandon Crawford Joe Keels
LB Brandon Berry Jarrett Franklin
LB Khalil Hodge Matt Otwinowski
LB Ishmael Hargrove Jordan Collier
CB Boise Ross Brandon Williams
FS Tim Roberts Andrews Dadeboe
SS Ryan Williamson William Rembert
CB Cameron Lewis Tatum Slack
Special 1 2
P Kyle DeWeen
PK Adam Mitcheson
LS Corbin Grassman
HLD Kyle DeWeen
KOR Johnathan Hawkins Jamarl Eiland
PR Jamarl Eiland Cameron Lewis

They say that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

The depth chart released by the Buffalo Bulls this week drives that old nugget of wisdom home. In this weeks depth chart, absolutely nothing has changed despite a brutal week one FCS loss and two week of prep.

Yesterday Bull Run published an article on Lance Leipold’s decision to once again go with two quarterbacks and not name a starter. (For what it’s worth we’ve seen reports that Nevada plans to use three quarterbacks this weekend).

After the press conference I took a look into the Bulls game notes for Nevada and noticed that not a thing has changed.

The good news is that a repeat chart could mean nobody is hurt. It is of course always nice to know that the team is healthy.

The bad news is that the coaching staff saw nothing from the Albany game which gave them a reason to shake things up. If that’s the case then the fault of Albany can be laid completely at the coaching staff’s feet.

There is a third possibility. The department and staff just copied and pasted the chart from week one into the this week’s game notes. It would not be the first time that a team phoned in their depth chart.