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Football Recruiting / James Coleman?
« on: July 27, 2012, 10:20:51 AM »
Couple of updates for NYS HS football fans. James Coleman, a 6'3, 195 athlete from Christ the King HS in Queens (not even included in my list) recently verbaled to UB.

Football Recruiting / Albert McCoy
« on: February 01, 2012, 07:16:19 PM »
I hope his coach is right in his assesment:

“Once he gets into a program he's going to go from 265 easily to 300 and can dominate his first year,” Knox said. “He's going to be a monster.”


Buffalo Bulls Football / Area of most concern
« on: August 25, 2010, 12:22:50 PM »
Heading into this season I believe most would say the qb position.

I happen to think the QB position's problem is a lack of experience rather than a lack of talent.

Where I believe we lack talent is in the interior of the defensive line.Combine this situation (inferior talent) with the abandonment of the program by those recruited to replace our current starters and I believe we have a major problem.

Buffalo Bulls Football / Missing from the roster
« on: August 07, 2010, 05:48:32 PM »
Jeremy Johnson and Jevin Colbert.

Grades or left the program?

Football Recruiting / Quinn v Gill
« on: March 09, 2010, 12:44:34 PM »
Can anyone separate the Gill from the Quinn recruits in our last class?
Who,if any, were the Gill recruits that accepted a UB offer only to have it withdrawn by the Quinn regime?(Zach Jones?)

Who were the recruits exclusive to Quinn?

Who were the kids that Gill offered that Quinn secured?

Any info will be greatly appreciated.

Buffalo Bulls Football / Ineligible players
« on: February 20, 2010, 01:29:21 AM »
What's the status of these ineligible players from last season:

Jaleel Verser,Mark Richardson and Ray Anthony Long.

Are they still with the program?

Buffalo Bulls Basketball / Player development
« on: September 09, 2009, 06:55:26 PM »
For those who have seen the Bulls around campus, have you noticed any physical improvements amongst the players? I'm especially interested in Watt and Robinson.

Buffalo Bulls Football / Worrying signs
« on: September 06, 2009, 01:21:04 PM »
1.Kicking game left a lot to be desired. There wasn't a good snap in any of our fieldgoal/extra point attempts.Let's hope our short kickoffs resulted from game planning and not from our kickers inability to kick it deep.Punting-atrocious!

2.Defensive line-as a unit- seems to lack basic pass rushing moves you see in every game on Saturdays-I think I think it's coaching and not a lack of talent. What say you?

Buffalo Bulls Basketball / Milton Chavis blurb
« on: August 24, 2009, 02:31:47 PM »
Next matchup game of the day was Coach Issac Pitts's Quality Education Center against Coach Tony Taylor's Queen City Prep which ended in a QEC victory 82-74. Quality Education came in as the only High School roster team in the event.,so they had something to prove and they did. Directing QEC was Toronto native 6'2 Sr PG Jason Calliste. Who right now is one of the hottest 2009 point guards still on the market , and every game he showed why that is a true statement. With having 15 points, over 10 assists, and very accurate from the perimeter, Calliste made a mark very fast. Also making a introduction for QEC was 6'2 Jr SG Stargell Love with 20 points and an arsenal of high flying dunks that amazed spectators. 6'1 Jr SG Damien Steadman shot the ball well to chip in 16 points, and 6'8 Soph SF Quincey Miller who started off slow and gained quick momentum contributed 13 points and a flurry of rebounds. Playing strong for Queen city Prep was recent Buffalo signee 6'5 (PG) SF Milton Chavis, who has unbelievable bounce around the basket. Chavis had 15 points and a couple of amazing dunks. Following is scoring for Queen City Prep was Buffalo native 6'11 Sr C Jerome Hunter who dropped 15 points also in the battle.   

Who is Jerome Hunter?

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