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Post Game Journal: Saints Trounce Bills

  • Posted on September 27, 2009 at 8:33 pm

In week one we went with a live blog. Last week we decided to roll with a post-game live chat. Both were fun (for us) and pretty successful, but in an effort to keep changing things up-this week we decided to go with a running game journal.

I wish I hadn’t. There went three hours of my life I’ll never get back. The Buffalo Bills looked awful and anemic, especially offensively in their 27-7 lay-down to the Saints.

Am I surprised the Bills came out on the losing end ? Not at all. The Saints are a very good football team. I didn’t expect the Bills to win.

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Bills Inactives vs Saints

  • Posted on September 27, 2009 at 2:02 pm

Buffalo Bills have announced their inactives for the Saints game.

They are: Justin Jenkins, Ellis Lankster, Paul Posluszny, Jamon Meredith, Shawn Nelson, Chris Ellis, John McCargo

This means Josh Reed (knee) will be in uniform.  So will Stevie Johnson and Drayton Florence for the first time this season.

Sabres To Close Out Preseason… Spots Up For Grabs

  • Posted on September 27, 2009 at 12:50 pm
 
The Buffalo Sabres close out the preseason tonight when they travel to Air Canada Centre to take on the Toronto Maple Leafs at 7pm. This is the second meeting with the Leafs this preseason. The Sabres won, 3-2 on September 23 at the HSBC Arena.While the game may be meaningless in the standings, don’t tell that to players on the bubble of making the team. For a handful of players, tonight is their last opportunity to showcase why they belong on the opening night roster.

The Sabres currently have 27 players on the roster (16 forwards, 9 defensemen and two goaltenders). That means four players on the roster today won’t be when the regular season opens October 3 against Montreal. In all likelihood two forwards and two defensemen will be sent to Portland or released in the coming days.

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The Unemployed Chef: Fried Pork Chops & Red Potato Mash

  • Posted on September 27, 2009 at 11:25 am

While you were smashing your Buffalo grilled wings last Sunday, I was watching the Bills smash the Bucs.

I’ll be watching the Bills take on the Saints this Sunday over some fried pork chops, mashed red potatoes, and ice cold beer. Hopefully we can zero in on Brees, and pray that Bush never touches the ball.. It’s gonna be an intense game.

I don’t want you to waste your time slaving over the stove or grill. And you won’t. The chops cook pretty quickly, and the potatoes can be done days in advance, so you don’t have to spend your tailgating time being a Kitchen Bitch.

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Happy Sunday! - Morning Links for Sept 27

  • Posted on September 27, 2009 at 8:00 am

¶ Larry Felser of the Buffalo News says players would pay a price of adding more games to the NFL schedule.

¶ Our buddies at Buffalo Rumblings have the Bills keys to victory against the Saints.

¶ Joe Buscaglia of WGR-550 gets you ready for the today’s game with this excellent Bills vs Saints primer.

¶ The potent Saints are a huge test for the Bills, says Rochester D&C  writer Kevin Oklobzija.

¶ Read a recap of last night’s Sabres loss to Montreal in this AP report on Sabres.com

¶ The Tonawanda News reports on St. Joes dissapointing blowout loss to Aquinas in high school football.

WGRZ-TV reports that Orchard Park remains unbeaten after easily handling Clarence, 37-14.

UB Weekend Sports Update

  • Posted on September 27, 2009 at 6:17 am

Bulls Pick Up First MAC Victory At Bowling Green

The University at Buffalo volleyball team came back from a tough loss on Friday night to pick up their first Mid-American Conference victory on Saturday afternoon as the Bulls defeated Bowling Green, 3-1, at Anderson Arena.  The win improves UB’s record to 10-5 on the season and 1-1 in the MAC.  The win against the Falcons was UB’s first against Bowling Green since 2003.

The Bulls took the match 25-19, 26-28, 25-15, 25-20 as UB hit .331 for the match, including .533 in the opening set.  The Bulls allowed Bowling Green to hit just .208 for the match.  Buffalo was led for the second straight day by junior Marisa Hornbaker, who had 21 kills, on a career-high 48 attempts.  Senior Dani Silvers added 14 kills and just three errors, while redshirt junior Kelsey Lueders had 10 kills and one error on 15 total attempts.

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Canisius Volleyball Defeats Saint Peter’s

  • Posted on September 27, 2009 at 6:15 am

Getting 15 kills from three separate players, the Canisius College volleyball team defeated Saint Peter’s in four sets at the Yanitelli Center on Saturday. The Golden Griffins won 25-23, 23-25, 25-22, 25-21 to improve to 5-8 overall and 2-1 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.

Junior Renee Lettow, sophomore Danielle Brawn and freshman Samantha Good each had 15 kills for the Griffs. Lettow (10 digs) and Brawn (14 digs) each had double-doubles for the Griffs. Freshman Allyson Severyn led the Griffs with 34 digs while sophomore Janelle Davis had 49 assists.

“It was nice to win our first conference away match, which is never easy,” Canisius coach Cathy Hummel said. “We got great execution and emotion from Jasmine Brennan, who played in the first full game of her career.

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Buffalo State Weekend Sports Update

  • Posted on September 27, 2009 at 6:02 am

Women’s Volleyball Posts First SUNYAC Win

Buffalo State (9-9/1-3) pushed Brockport to the limit today before falling in five sets and bounced back to sweep Oswego to complete the first round of SUNYAC Pool Play.

Brockport held off a hard-charging Bengals’ attack in the morning match, 25-16, 28-26, 26-28, 23-25 and 15-11. Bree McMahon (Tonawanda/Sweet Home) had a team-best 16 kills and 21 digs to lead the Bengals. Danielle Aurelio-Clark (Lancaster/Lancaster) had 42 assists, and Katelyn Grew (Lackawanna/Mt. Mercy) added nine kills, two aces and two blocks.

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