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Buffalo Bulls Opponent Results From Week 3

NCAA Football: Rice at Army Danny Wild-USA TODAY Sports
Result W L Conf Conf Record
Albany W 45-28 vs Holy Cross 3 0 CAA 1-0
Nevada W 38-14 vs UB 2 1 MWC 0-0
Army W 66-14 at UTEP 3 0 IND -
Boston College L 49-0 at V. Tech 1 2 ACC 0-2
Kent W 27-7 vs Monmouth 1 2 MAC 0-0
Ball State W 41-14 vs E. Kentucky 2 1 MAC 0-0
N. Illinois L 42-28 vs SDSU 0 3 MAC 0-0
Akron W 65-38 at Marshall 2 1 MAC 0-0
Ohio L 28-19 at Tennessee 1 2 MAC 0-0
Miami L 31-24 vs WKU 0 3 MAC 0-0
W.Michigan W 34-10 at Illinois 3 0 MAC 0-0
Bowling Green L 41-21 vs MTSU 1 2 MAC 0-0
Total Week - 7-5 19 17 0.528

Not a lot to see here.

Albany is a far better team than anyone gave them credit for at the start of the season. We still should have beaten them but it seems we (1) overlooked them and (2) They are decent. Were it not for a laughable effort against Nevada I might take a measure of comfort from that.

Army is also far better than anyone could have thought. After a week I thought we might have a punchers chance but now seeing how good they continue to be, and how bad we dealt with Nevada’s option I think they will destroy us.

Boston College is, well, pretty bad. Offensively I don’t think anyone has looked as helpless across the whole country... Well, other than UB at this point.

MAC Opponents:

WMU continues to impress and may beat every FBS team in Illinois if they can handle the shockingly bad NIU Huskies later this year.

Akron proved what we all have known for a long time. CUSA Marshall would be a middle of the pack team in the MAC East.

Really the only teams on our schedule that look like we may compete is Kent and Miami. Though Kent rebounded from their FCS loss last week with an FCS win this week.