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Source: Sizemore leaves UB Football program

  • Posted on April 7, 2010 at 4:04 pm

I’ve now heard from a couple of sources that UB fullback Nick Sizemore has left the program. I have been told that Sizemore left because of a series of different positional adjustments.

Sizemore was moved from Full Back to Tight End, and finally to center. The prospect of playing offensive line was enough to get the Sophomore to leave the program.

Sizemore has been removed from the roster at UBAthletics.com.

(Tim Riordan is the publisher of Bull Run, a must-read for any UB sports fan)

Bills sign Walter Mendenhall

  • Posted on April 7, 2010 at 3:53 pm

The Buffalo Bills announced Wednesday that they’ve signed free agent running back Walter Mendenhall to a contract.  Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Mendenhall was an undrafted free agent a year ago who signed with Philadelphia after the draft.  He was waived by the Eagles in June and had two short stints with the Indianapolis Colts before getting cut before the season started.

He ran for 796 yards on 126 carries and just four games his senior year at Illinois Stat after transferring from Illinois.

Mendenhall joins Fred Jackson and Marshawn Lynch as the only running backs currently on the roster.

He’s the older brother of Rashard Mendenhall of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Boyer Finishes as Nation’s Leader in Assist-to-Turnover Ratio

  • Posted on April 7, 2010 at 2:06 pm

John BoyerThe NCAA released the final statistics for the 2009-10 men’s basketball season on Wednesday and a University at Buffalo player sat atop one of the categories. John Boyer finished the season as the nation’s leader in assist-to-turnover ratio. Boyer had 159 assists to only 43 turnovers for a 3.70 ratio.

Boyer was one of only three players to have an assist-to-turnover ratio over three. He held a healthy lead over second place Maurice Acker of Marquette (3.10). Boyer finished the season strong by having 48 assists to only four turnovers over the final nine games of the season.

The senior point guard finished the season with 159 assists - the fifth best single season total in school history and the most assists by a UB player since the Bulls’ joined the Mid-American Conference in 1998.

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Expanded “Party in the Plaza” for all home playoff games

  • Posted on April 7, 2010 at 7:38 am

The Buffalo Sabres today announced they will be hosting a “Party in the Plaza” prior to the start of each home playoff game during the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs. This year’s parties will be bigger and better than ever — including the addition of a 40’ x 120’ tent that will guarantee each party happening rain or shine; and extended hours that will allow fans without tickets to stick around and watch the game on a big screen TV.

The pre-game festivities get underway two hours before the start of each game outside HSBC Arena, in the Plaza area located near Perry and Illinois St. Fans can enjoy live music, along with food and drink available for purchase throughout the night. But the party doesn’t stop when the game ends! There will be drinks available for purchase after the game, along with music and coverage of the Lexus Shootout post-game show on the big screen.

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BSD Call For Business Sponsors

  • Posted on April 7, 2010 at 7:25 am

If you own or run a business in the Western New York area, Buffalo Sports Daily could be looking for you to become an official website sponsor.

We’re looking to enhance our website and your viewing experience. We’re expanding readership by creating more resources to add significantly more content and brand new departments.

Some of those new departments will include interactive components like a weekly podcast and regular video stories.

We’re also increasing our college, high school and golf coverage over the next several months.

Being a completely free website, to be successful we’re looking to partner up with select  business sponsors.  For more information on how your business can become a sponsor for just $5 per day, email us at info@buffalosportsdaily.com

USA Youth Championships at Amherst Center

  • Posted on April 7, 2010 at 7:00 am

The Amherst Center will be the site of many of the nation’s best junior hockey teams beginning today. USA Hockey will determine its 12-and-under as well as the 14-and-under Tier I national champions over the next five days.

There will be 12 teams from each age group participating, including a pair of teams from Amherst because they are hosting the tournament.

The 12-and-under Amherst Knights open the tournament against a team from Colorado at 3:45 p.m. today. The 14-and-under Knights will meet the L.A. Selects at 6 p.m. Wednesday. According to the USA Hockey website, the Selects are the second ranked team in the country in their age group.

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