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LIVE Bills Chat Immediately Following The Bills/Bucs Game

  • Posted on September 20, 2009 at 8:48 am
Be sure to join us right here immediately following the Buffalo Bills game. We’ll be discussing the game, offering insight and as always — taking all your comments and questions.
You never know who may drop by. Just click the play button when the game is over and get involved in this post-game chat.

Bulls Complete Impressive Run at Princeton Invite

  • Posted on September 20, 2009 at 8:18 am

The University at Buffalo men’s tennis team took four of its top players to the Farnsworth/Princeton Invitational and finished the weekend with some impressive results.

The tournament, which also included teams from Penn State, Binghamton, St. John’s and Ivy League members Columbia, Cornell, Penn, Yale and Princeton, consisted of five singles flights and two doubles flights.

Among the top performances for the Bulls was sophomore Alex Kalinin (Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia/Naberezhnye Chelny School 11) as he reached the championship round of the E singles. Kalinin opened play with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Binghamton’s Andreas Danielsson and then picked up a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Princeton’s Parker Preyer in the second round. Kalinin advanced to the championship match with his 6-4, 6-3 win over Jeff Karsh of Penn. However, Kalinin’s run was stopped on Sunday as he fell in the championship match to Matt Schimmel of Yale, 6-2, 6-3.

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Good Morning Buffalo.. Ready For Some Football?

  • Posted on September 20, 2009 at 8:00 am








Terrell Owens is.  He’s loving him some him in this photo from his twitter.

BSD EXCLUSIVE: Bills vs Bucs Video Preview

  • Posted on September 20, 2009 at 7:59 am


Morning Links For September 20

  • Posted on September 20, 2009 at 7:57 am

* Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan says the Bills passing game needs a shot in the arm.

* Craig Harvey of the Dunkirk Observer writes Terrell Owens can’t shake his reputation no matter what he does.

* The Bills have taken lessons from their tough loss, says Sal Maiorana of the Rochester D&C.

* Ryan Miller’s big game lifted the Buffalo Sabres to a 3-1 victory at Detroit last night.

* In high school football action, Buffalo News reports Wilson & Eden have both moved to 3-0 on the season.

* The UB Bulls fell to 1-2 after blowing a halftime lead at Central Florida. Tony Puckhaber covered it here

UB Falls to Central Florida, 23-17

  • Posted on September 20, 2009 at 7:21 am

Maynard-20090912fb-151wFor the second time in three weeks UB traveled well outside the confines of the Mid-American Conference, but this time will return home losers at the hands of Central Florida.

Check out the blog below, as the game & other events of the evening unfolded in the eyes of UB blogger Tony Puckhaber.

 End of First Quarter: UCF 7, UB 0 (8:15PM)

 Almost missed kickoff waiting for my wife’s bowl of Zuppa Toscana to go. For the sizeable number of people out there who swear to only eating their own or a family member’s sauce, there sure are a whole lot of you waiting to be seated at Olive Garden on a Saturday night. I’m just sayin’.

* UB got the ball first— and no hesitation by Gill on a 4th & inches in UCF territory but the QB sneak fails. Still love the conviction on the call. Jauron uses a timeout all day in that scenario. Didn’t see the possible 4th & inches coming Dick?

 * UCF gashing UB on the ground. Could be a season long theme. This team’s light in the booty.

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Erie drops 7-6 game to North Carolina Tech

  • Posted on September 20, 2009 at 7:20 am

The Erie Community College football team dropped to 0-2 versus teams from North Carolina as they fell 7-6 to North Carolina Tech in front of 700 at Jim Ball Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Kats looked primed for a great offensive day as they won the coin toss, took the ball and drove 51 yards in five plays, ending with a Lawrence Coleman 12-yard touchdown catch from Justin Minor. They key play on the drive came on a 38-yard hookup from Minor to Dwayne Bennett.

The key play of the game came when North Carolina Tech blocked the ensuing Mike Lawandus extra point to give the Kats a 6-0 lead they would hold into the half.

The Erie defense played tough for the third-straight game, holding NC Tech to 10 total yards in the first half, including minus 10 yards rushing.

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Men Finish Second, Women Third at UB Stampede Invite

  • Posted on September 20, 2009 at 6:00 am

Perfect running conditions paced the University at Buffalo men’s and women’s cross country teams to strong finishes at the 2009 UB Stampede Invitational held at Beaver Island State Park in Grand Island on Saturday. The UB men finished second, one point shy of first-place Akron with 59 total points. The UB women took third in their field with 88 total points to Cornell’s 20.

Temperatures in the mid-60s with clear skies and little wind enabled the runners to post some of the course’s best times. In the men’s race, Akron’s Joe McCoy broke the course record by finishing the 8K distance in 25:29, seven seconds ahead of Dan Giza, representing the UBXC Alumni. The previous record of 25:48 was set last season by Binghamton’s Erik Van Ingen.

Jacob Hagen (Amherst, NY/Sweet Home) was UB’s top male finisher in 25:59. Ryan Bloom (Spencerport, NY/Spencerport) finished 10th in 26:19 with Dylan Conway (Commack, NY/Hauppauge) taking 11th in 26:20. Also finishing in the top 20 for the Bulls were Mike Gillis (North Tonawanda, NY/Starpoint) in 26:33 for 16th and Ryan Zillmann (Deer Park, NY/Half Hollow Hills West) in 26:33 for 18th place. A total of 108 men’s runners competed.

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