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Run defense a key off-season priority in Buffalo

  • Posted on December 4, 2009 at 1:31 pm

Run and stop the run. It’s an old football cliche, and it’s cliche because it works. Successful NFL teams, by and large, are able to run the football effectively, and they’re able to prevent their opponents from doing so.

The Buffalo Bills can’t stop the run this season. Through 12 games, the Bills have surrendered 2,065 rushing yards, or about 172 rushing yards per game. The New York Jets - victors over Buffalo last night - have been particularly effective running against Buffalo, racking up 567 yards (283.5 per game) in two games against the Bills’ porous run front this season. The Bills are ranked dead last in the league defending the run, giving up 11 more yards per game than the second-worst team - Oakland.

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Harvard Cup’s All-Serotte Team Announced

  • Posted on December 4, 2009 at 1:24 pm

While uncertainty swirls around the future of the 106 year old Harvard Cup Football League representing the Buffalo Public Schools, one thing is for certain.  Art Serotte, the most successful coach in League history and Hall of Fame member, certainly knows talent when he sees it.

Each week as analyst on the Harvard Cup’s Intense Milk Game of the Week radio broadcasts, Serotte tells it “like it is” on 1440 AM WJJL and on the internet at WJJL.com.

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Sabres Stay Hot, Dominate Montreal

  • Posted on December 4, 2009 at 12:35 pm

After looking like a return to the form of the past two seasons was imminent, the Buffalo Sabres have shown a resiliency unknown from 2007 to early 2009. After ending a four game skid with a four two victory over the Flyers the Sabres have rattled off three more victories, with the latest win coming Thursday against the rival Canadiens at HSBC Arena. From the drop of the puck the Sabres were the better team, outshooting the Habs twenty nine to eight in the first two periods and outscoring them three to one in that span. Thomas Vanek lead the team in scoring with three assists while Andrej Sekera, Derek Roy, Jason Pominville and Mike Grier all had a goal and an assist each. In the third period Ryan Miller stymied a late surge by Montreal to ensure the W for the home team.

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