Top 99 UBFB Moments
99 for 99: Instant Classic - Week 5 - Two If By Land: The run game was powered by Youngstown, Ohio as Zordich and Campbell both gained 100 yards. Only the 3rd time that has happened since 1999.
UB Football 99 for 99 - #32 - Who is James Starks? After a dominating performance in the NFL Wild Card Game, the nation scrambled to find out who James Starks was and what he was capable of. Buffalo fans already knew.
99 for 99: Instant Classic - Week 3 - Hail Mary II - Invoking memories of Willy to Roosevelt 2008, UB struck another hail mary, Zordich to Neutz. Unlike 2008, the amazing play did not propel the Bulls to victory.
50 years after racial intolerance prevented the Bulls from attending their first Bowl Game, the 2008 Bulls became bowl eligible. ESPN's Outside The Lines reported on the story, giving the 1958 Bulls the national prominence that was stolen from them.
Buffalo Football 99 for 99 - #37 - UB's First Nationally Televised Game. Tomorrow Buffalo faces Kent State on ESPNU, 48 years ago to the day, the Bulls played on national television for the first time demolishing Boston U.
Between O.D. Underwood and Anthony Swan, Alan Bell sets the record for yards rushing in a single game, has the third longest run in UB history and became UB's second thousand-yard rusher.
99 for 99 - #42 - Joe D'Amico's Record Setting Opener. D'Amico sets a UB record for Receiving Yards in 1 game.
Buffalo Football 99 for 99: #43. On this day 13 years ago, after a 29 year absence, the Bulls played their first game in College Football's highest level, and their first MAC game, coming into the game as 20 as point underdogs, UB fell to Akron 17-10
Buffalo Bulls 99 for 99: Gerry LaFountain's record return. DE Gerry LaFountain owns the record for longest interception return in school history with a 90 yard run back against Delaware in 1965.
Buffalo Football 99 for 99 - #50: The 1901 Buffalo squad used the Pan-American Exposition and a win over Columbia to gain popularity, but it all crumbled down with an epic defeat at the hands of the Michigan Wolverines, 128-0.
James Starks and Naaman Roosevelt break single season records, but come up a few yards short of a historic win in the 2008 regular season finale against Kent State.
Buffalo Football 99 for 99: #52: Buffalo plays their 400th game, and Offenhamer surpasses Peele as winningest coach in UB history.
When Warde Manuel took over, he hired Turner Gill. Gill turned the program around and won the 800th game in UB history, a thrilling overtime win at Kent State.