Updates from last week:
A run heavy day saw some movement for several Bulls:
Kevin Marks: Put up 70 yards on the day, which brings his career total to 920 yards and moves him up to #27 all time for Buffalo, ahead of Aaron Leeper
Jaret Patterson: Almost hit the century mark and moved up from 24 to 23 all time, passing John Faller
Matt Myers: Believe it or not, his debut day of 47 yards put him in the top 150 for Buffalo, number 142 to be exact, which moved him ahead of Stewart Sampsel.
Moving onto this week:
Coach Leipold promised that the team was going to be throwing more than ten times a game, which is, you know, good. Right?
Penn State has very complete team and it will be a real challenge for Buffalo to move the ball, but in the spirit of the promise of more passing, lets take a look at the receivers who may move up this week.
Buffalo’s core of young receivers are all pretty low in the record books so a decent day against Penn State would mean big moves.
Currently sitting at #116 all time in terms of yards the UB tight end is within 25 yards of nine other players.
Buffalo’s true freshman was one of just four receivers to catch a ball last week but the 27 yard strike did get him to #206 all time.
A similar total this week would move him into the 180’s, ahead of Jake Reeder.