How He Came To Buffalo
Nosworthy was a transfer up from FCS Grambling where he worked his way into the starting rotation as a true freshman. He had to site out the 2016 season per ncaa rules
As a sophomore he played in 11 games, showing a lot of promise on what was then a full starting lineup. What made him so productive as a backup sophomore was his ability to fill in at either guard or tackle, and he did both pretty often (but not at the same time ;).
Paul started all but one game during UB’s MAC East title run. He produced what was then the Bulls best ever rushing attack (2,648 yards and 36 touchdowns) and helped UB to keep opponents to only 15 sacks, the best UB has ever done in their modern era.
This past season he’s been invaluable at the guard position. Buffalo’s offensive line smashed both of the records they set last year giving up fewer sacks and opening holes for even more rushing yards.
Paul was a huge part of the teams upswing in recent years, a really good call up by Coach Leipold and staff. He is among the biggest losses UB will have this season.