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LIVE UPDATES from UB Stadium: Bulls vs Bowling Green

  • Posted on November 3, 2009 at 4:17 pm

We’re live here at UB Stadium tonight as the Bulls (3-5) take on MAC rival Bowling Green (3-5).  The game kicks off at 7pm and is being televised live by ESPN2.

Bowling Green leads the all-time series, 4-2, but the Bulls came down from 27-7 in the fourth quarter last year to win in overtime, 40-34.

Make that refresh button your best friend for the next few hours, as we bring you live updates and news throughout the game.

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Kats basketball sweeps pair from Houghton JV to open season

  • Posted on November 3, 2009 at 4:04 pm

The Erie Community College basketball teams swept a pair of games from Houghton JV on Monday night in the Burt Flickinger Center to open their 2009-10 seasons.

The Lady Kats took a decisive 42-18 lead into halftime and never looked back as sophomore Alexandra Hart (Toronto, Ont./Crawford), a University of South Carolina transfer, dominated with 35 points and 6 rebounds.  She had 20 points at the break.

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NCCC’s Seabert Named Athlete of the Week

  • Posted on November 3, 2009 at 4:00 pm

Sophomore Kari Seabert (Wilson High School/Lockport, N.Y.) has been named NCCC “Athlete of the Week” for the week ending on October 31, 2009.

In this past weekend’s Regional III Women’s Volleyball Tournament, Seabert had an overall .397 hitting percentage with 28 kills. Seabert also had 39 digs and 8 aces to help the Lady Trailblazers win the Regional III Title.

The Region III Title won this past weekend is a first for NCCC Women’s Volleyball. Coach Joe Daigler and Assistant Coach Jill Faddoul will now take the squad to compete in the National NJCAA tournament November 12 in Rochester, Minnesota.

Canisius: Beth O’Boyle Named Associate Head Coach

  • Posted on November 3, 2009 at 3:55 pm

Canisius College women’s basketball coach Terry Zeh announced today that Beth O’Boyle has been named the program’s associate head coach. O’Boyle is entering her third season on Zeh’s coaching staff and helps with recruiting, compliance, scheduling, in-game coaching and scouting reports.

“Since her arrival, Beth has been an invaluable part of our program,” Zeh said. “I’ve known Beth for almost 10 years and we are fortunate to have somebody with her knowledge, work ethic and successful experiences on our staff.”

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The Bills’ Midseason Five Least Valuable Players

  • Posted on November 3, 2009 at 2:10 pm

treIn a way, it’s fitting that 2009 is the Buffalo Bills’ 50th anniversary of existence. I say that because if you’ve been around for all or even most those years, you’d be hard pressed to find more than a small handful of seasons more exasperating than this one.

Despite having sufficient talent, this is a team and an organization clearly stuck in the mud. With the exception of a certain rookie who has the same amount of interceptions as our two quarterbacks have touchdown passes, combined, nobody has played closed to their expectations.

For that, we’ve compiled our midseason list of the five Least Valuable Players (LVP). It wasn’t as easy as you think, as there were many candidates to choose from.

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Buffalo Bills: Week 8 Film Session

  • Posted on November 3, 2009 at 11:29 am

Once again, we’ve entered a realm in which discussing a most recent Buffalo Bills game leads to nausea rather than euphoria. Their 31-10 loss to the Houston Texans was every bit as exasperating to re-watch on tape as it was to take it in live at the stadium, because once again, the Bills had a superior opponent on the ropes for most of the game.  Credit Houston for staying patient, but credit them also for realizing that, just like New England and New Orleans before them, the were facing an opponent susceptible to blowing solid performances late in games.

The film has been re-watched, the stomach meds have been ingested, and we’ve got a few talking points to go over today.  Let’s get this over with.

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Sabres’ Seasonal Forecast: Uncertain?

  • Posted on November 3, 2009 at 7:30 am

With October over, and with it the first month of hockey, the Buffalo Sabres have a good jump on the season.

A start like this can only help a team, especially one trying to prove itself after two fruitless seasons, but how big a deal is it? Will the Sabres continue to run rampant over opponents, or will they whither in the second half, or even the second month for that matter?

Let’s take a look at the positive and negative aspects of this season’s solid onset.

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ESPN2 to televise UB/Bowling Green tonight

  • Posted on November 3, 2009 at 7:00 am

The University at Buffalo football team is set to play Bowling Green on Tuesday night at UB Stadium in a nationally-televised game on ESPN2.

“I feel really good about our football team, even though we lost the last ball game,” said head coach Turner Gill. “I feel especially good about our players and how they reacted with mental toughness and physical toughness after the game and during practice this week.”

The Bulls (3-5, 1-3 MAC) are coming off a heart-breaking 34-31 overtime loss to the Western Michigan Broncos.

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