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2017 Bull Run Awards: Best of Winter Sports

Another tumultuous year has passed, which means it’s time for the annual Bull Run Awards

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Muhamed McBryde featured on NCAA article about Muslim College Athletes

Perry’s upset highlights Bulls’ 11th win; down Binghamton 31-9

Estevez’s pin propels Wrestling to 20-17 win over NIU

Lantry’s upset not enough in Wrestling’s 22-16 loss at #19 UNI

CMU spoils Wrestling’s Senior day 35-3

Huge comeback spurs Wrestling to 20-12 win over EMU

It’s UB’s first three-win MAC season in 16 years.

Wrestling squashes Hofstra 32-3; Improve to 8-4

Bulls win 9 of 10 en route to their 7th win in their last 8.

Former Assistant Grant, Current Bull Terrance take 1-2 at Guelph Open

Former wrestling assistant coach Justin Grant upset an Olympian en route to a title and current Bull Nolan Terrance took 2nd at the Guelph Open today.

Wrestling downs Old Dominion 22-14, evens MAC record

Tyler Rill and James Benjamin upset nationally ranked wrestlers to propel UB to a 22-14 win over Old Dominion.

Wrestling returns to the mat in Richmond tonight

Akins, Benjamin win titles at “Shorty” Hitchcock Memorial Classic

Punching is not allowed in NCAA Wrestling

Rose impresses in wrestling’s loss to #9 Missouri

Wrestling closes out perfect weekend, defeats Sacred Heart 43-4

Wrestling eviscerates Columbia 32-3, Improves to 5-3

Why we loved 2016: The 10 best things that happened in UB Athletics this year

Wrestling dominates Kent State 23-12

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Maryland, Rutgers announce wrestling/football doubleheader at Yankee Stadium

Alright Buffalo, let's step it up

Stutzman ups the ante with high-profile training partners

Olympic Gold Medalist Jordan Burroughs and four-time All American Tyler Graff will train with the Bulls

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Olympic Champion Jordan Burroughs to hold wrestling clinic at UB

Burroughs married a Buffalonian and has spent time around the program in the past. It looks like that relationship will continue for a while.

Joe Ariola ranked 20th, UB 51st, in WIN Magazine Preseason Polls

Nolan Terrance Competes at UWW Junior World Championships

UB Wrestling Announces Schedule

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OpenMat: Buffalo's Rebuilding Effort Picking Up Steam

They say Logan Rill when they mean Tyler Rill, but otherwise some good insight from OpenMat here. Biggest news: Colt Cotten down to 141 to make room for Tommy Forte at 149.

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More Wrestling schedule news from John Stutzman

Speaks for itself, really. Pretty excited for everything in this tweet.

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Coach Stutzman announces part of 2016-17 Wrestling Schedule

Outside of the MAC opponents, Columbia and Sacred Heart should be winnable, but maybe I shouldn't make that assertion before John weighs in.

2016 Bull Run Awards: Best of the Winter

2015-16 is all wrapped up, which means before we really get into previewing 2016-17, it's time to look back at the best of the year behind us with the Bull Run Awards.

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UB Wrestling recruit Matt Seitz "not wrestling with his future"

Nice piece on the incoming freshman for John Stutzman.

"Seitz closed out a sterling four-year high school career with a 29-3 season and 124 career wins which left him, in many people's eyes, with a legacy of being one of the best ever on Staten Island, if not the best.

Then he traveled to Virginia Beach last weekend to compete in the NHSCA Senior Nationals Wrestling Championship and put an exclamation point on it. And, if there were still any doubters, they are all gone after Seitz's latest "outstanding performance."

All the 17-year-old did this time was post a 5-1 record which included defeating a state champion from North Carolina, and also statewide top place winners from Kansas, California and New Jersey.

That produced a third-place finish for the second straight year and earned him All-American status for the second straight year as well (last year in the Junior Division)."

Terrance wins Canadian Greco-Roman Title

Ariola, Cotten Eliminated from NCAA Tournament

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Joe Ariola's first-round upset over Vic Avery named top upset of the NCAA Tournament so far

Avery was the third seed at 184 pounds and was a legitimate national title contender before Ariola beat him 7-5 yesterday. Joe would go on to lose to Wille Miklus of Missouri, but is still alive.