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Buffalo Bills: Which young players I’d like to see step up

  • Posted on May 1, 2010 at 3:47 am

Aaron Maybin Buffalo Sports Daily

Now that the Bills 2010 roster has been mostly finalized, I thought it would be a perfect time to hand out expectations for some of the young core players that need to step it up.

Yes, 7-9 seems to be out of the question for this bunch, but there are ways to find a silver lining with a non-playoff team.

All I’m saying is that if the Bills go 4-12, we can always find some solace in individual players. Unless, those guys don’t step up.

5) Wood-Hangartner-Levitre
Yes, the Bills didn’t really address their tackle situation this offseason. I could have put Cornell Green and Demetrius Bell in this category. However, I’m not going to waste my time, because I have absolutely no confidence in the duo. I’ve seen enough from Bell to know that I have seen enough. As for Green, the guy had more penalties than starts last year. So if my confidence is shaken by the tackle situation, you then have to look for others to pick up the slack. This is where the interior line comes into play.

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Bulls Rally in Ninth to Defeat Akron, 6-4

  • Posted on May 1, 2010 at 3:40 am

UB baseballThe University at Buffalo baseball team rallied in the top of the ninth to defeat Akron, 6-4, in the opening contest of their conference road series on Friday afternoon at Lee Jackson Field.

Trailing for the second time in the contest, 4-2, Buffalo erupted for four runs in the top of the ninth recapture the advantage. The Bulls would take a 5-4 lead off a two-RBI double by senior shortstop Jacob Rosenbeck to right center followed by an RBI single by senior centerfielder Adam Skonieczki to secure the 6-4 lead.

In relief of senior Brian Pullyblank, closer Kevin Crumb forced the Zips to go three up, three down in the bottom of the ninth to seal the victory.

After trailing 2-0 through four complete innings, the Bulls managed to pull within one, 2-1, off an RBI base hit by senior first baseman Rob Lawler in the top of the fifth.

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Hessman helps slug Bisons to another win

  • Posted on May 1, 2010 at 3:37 am

buffalo bisons logoMike Hessman has the power to change the game with one swing.

He’s done it for years in the International League and the slugger did it again on Friday night in Buffalo as his fourth-inning grand slam sent the Bisons to a 12-7 victory over the Durham Bulls in front of 9,129 at Coca-Cola Field.

Fernando Martinez and Chris Carter also went deep as the Herd won three of four games from the top team in the International League.

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