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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football The University at Buffalo Location___________________________________________ Buffalo, NY 14260 Founded______________________________________________________ 1846 Enrollment___________________________________________________ 28,952 Nickname______________________________________________________Bulls School Colors_______________________________________ Royal Blue & White Affiliatation__________________________________________ NCAA Division I-A Conference_____________________________________________Mid-American President_____________________________________________ Satish K. Tripathi Athletic Director__________________________________________ Danny White

2013 UB Football Schedule Date Opponent Time Television Sat., Aug. 31 at Ohio State 12:00 pm ESPN2 Sat., Sept. 7 at Baylor 3:30 pm Fox Sports Sat., Sept. 14 STONY BROOK 3:30 pm Sat., Sept. 28 CONNECTICUT 3:30 pm Sat., Oct. 5 EASTERN MICHIGAN* 12:00 pm ESPN+ Sat., Oct. 12 at Western Michigan* 2:00 pm Sat., Oct. 19 MASSACHUSETTS* 3:30 pm TWCS Sat., Oct. 26 at Kent State* TBA Tue., Nov. 5 OHIO* 8:00 pm ESPN2/ESPNU Tue., Nov. 12 at Toledo* 7:30 pm ESPNU/ESPN3 Tue., Nov. 19 at Miami (OH)* 8:00 pm ESPN2/ESPNU Fri., Nov. 29 BOWLING GREEN* 1:30 pm ESPNU/ESPN3 Fri., Dec. 6 MAC Championship 8:00 pm ESPN2

Football Fast Facts Head Coach_______________________________________________ Jeff Quinn Alma Mater______________________________________________ Elmhurst, ’84 Record at UB (yrs)_____________________________________________ 9-27 (3) Career Record (yrs)______________________________________________ Same Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers__________________________Alex Wood Defensive Coordinator/Linebacker____________________________ Lou Tepper Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line____________________________ Jappy Oliver Quarterbacks___________________________________________Don Patterson Offensive Line/Run Game Coordinator_______________________ Adam Shorter Running Backs____________________________________________ Matt Simon Tight Ends/Co-Special Teams Coordinator____________________ Marty Spieler Safeties/Co-Special Teams Coordinator_______________________ Mike Dietzel Cornerbacks__________________________________________ Maurice Linguist High School Relations______________________________________ Scott Pilkey Graduate Assistants____ Keegan Jones, Holman Copeland, Greg Meyer and Jordan Brown Head Strength Coach_______________________________________ Zach Duval Stadium___________________________________________UB Stadium (29,013) Playing Surface____________________________________Sportexe Momentum 2012 Record/Conference________________________________________4-8/3-5 Letterwinners returning____________________________________________ 52 Letterwinners lost_________________________________________________ 18 Starters returning/lost____________________________________________ 17/6 Offensive staters returning/lost______________________________________ 9/2 Defensive starters returning/lost_____________________________________ 8/4 Specialists (kicker, punter) returning/lost______________________________ 2/0 2013 Captains___________________________________________________ TBA Offensive System_____________________________________________Multiple Defensive System___________________________________Multiple (3&4 down)

Bold denotes home game *Mid-American Conference Game All times are Eastern Standard

Returning Offensive Starters (Pos./Ht./Wt./Cl.) Jasen Carlson (OL, 6-3, 307, Sr.) Andre Davis (OL, 6-4, 305, Jr.) Alex Dennison (TE, 6-2, 249, Sr.) Cordero Dixon (WR, 5-11, 186, Jr.) Jimmy Gordon (TE, 6-5, 260, Sr.) Joe Licata (QB, 6-2, 217, So.) Fred Lee (WR, 6-2, 204, Sr.) Alex Neutz (WR, 6-4, 209, Sr.) Branden Oliver (RB, 5-8, 204, Sr.) Trevor Sales (OL, 6-2, 318. Jr.) Alex Zordich (QB, 6-3, 222, Jr.) Returning Defensive Starters (Pos./Ht./Wt./Cl.) Derek Brim (DB, 6-0, 188, Jr.) Okoye Houston (DB, 6-0, 201, Sr.) Najja Johnson (DB, 6-0, 194, Sr.) Cortney Lester (DB, 6-0, 184, Jr.) Khalil Mack (LB, 6-3, 244, Sr.) Witney Sherry (DB, 6-0, 185, Jr.) Lee Skinner (LB, 6-2, 237, Jr.) Jake Stockman (LB. 6-2, 235, Jr.) Colby Way (DL, 6-4, 270, Sr.) Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Yds Branden Oliver 148 821 Devin Campbell 115 502 Passing Alex Zordich Joe Licata

Cmp. Att. 106 208 86 163

Avg. 5.5 4.4

TDs 5 2

Pct. Yds 51.0 1,254 52.8 1,045

Long 36 45

Athletic Communications Mailing Address_____________________________________ 28A Alumni Arena ___________________________________________________ Buffalo, NY 14260 Assistant AD/Communications_________________________________Jon Fuller Office__________________________________________________ 716-645-6762 Cell___________________________________________________ 716-359-2728 E-mail____________________________________________jfuller3@buffalo.edu Associate Director of Communications__________________________Brian Wolff Office__________________________________________________ 716-645-6993 Cell___________________________________________________ 716-359-2750 E-mail___________________________________________ bcwolff@buffalo.edu Fax____________________________________________________ 716-645-6840

Avg/Gm 117.3 45.6

TDs Int. Avg/Gm 9 7 156.8 7 3 116.1

Receiving Alex Neutz Devon Hughes

No. Yds Avg. TD 65 1,015 15.6 11 23 228 9.9 1

Tackles Khalil Mack Lee Skinner Jake Stockman

Tot. Solo Ast. TFL 94 52 42 21.0-98 89 36 53 8.5-47 59 27 32 4.0-25

Mid-American Conference Location_______________________________________________ Cleveland, OH MAC Phone_____________________________________________ 216-566-4622 MAC Fax_______________________________________________ 216-696-2622 Web Site________________________________________ www.mac-sports.com Commissioner_____________________________________ Dr. Jon Steinbrecher Asst. Commissioner/Media Relations_________________________ Ken Mather

Long Avg/Gm 55 92.3 36 25.3

Sacks Int./PBU FR 8.0-63 0-0 0 5.0-38 0-0 0 2.5-21 0-0 0

FF 4 1 1

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football 2013 University at Buffalo Numerical Football Roster NO. 1 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 11 12 13 14 15 15 16 17 17 18 19 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 25 26 26 27 28 29 30 30 31 32 33 34 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 41 42 43 44 45 46

PLAYER James Potts* Jordon Johnson Okezie Alozie* Cortney Lester** Marqus Baker* Tony Daniel* Collin Michael Marcus McGill* Houston Glass Jake Stockman** Craig Slowik Witney Sherry** Tyler Grassman* Jordan Shay Cordero Dixon** Devon Hughes** Anthone Taylor* Derek Brim** Alex Zordich*** Joe Licata* Alex Dennison*** Andrews Dadeboe Fred Lee*** Alex Neutz*** James Chambers Tomarris Bell Devin Campbell Najja Johnson** Diamond Williams Brandon Berry Lee Skinner** John Dunmore* Brandon Murie*** Alexander Small Corbin Grassman Dwellie Striggles** Adam Redden** Okoye Houston*** James Coleman Carlos Lammons*** Branden Oliver*** Blake Bean Colby Way*** Patrick Brennan William Rembert Jarrett Franklin Colton Caldwell C.J. Stancil Greg Lis Joe Schillace Boomer Brock Solomon Jackson Ryan Paxson Nick Gilbo Glynn Molinich Patrick Clarke** Khalil Mack***

POS RB RB DB DB DB QB QB WR DB LB QB DB P WR WR WR RB DB QB QB TE DB WR WR DB DB RB DB RB DB LB WR RB DB LS DB DB DB RB DB RB LB DL RB DB LB TE DB LB RB FB LB LB LB TE K LB

CL Jr. R-Fr. So. Jr. So. So. R-Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. R-So. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr.

HT 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-5 6-5 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-9 5-10 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-8 5-8 6-1 6-4 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-4 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-6 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-3

WT 194 233 208 182 181 206 221 227 188 237 185 188 195 187 180 188 209 199 227 226 242 187 205 205 190 206 205 187 197 205 233 178 192 187 223 185 202 209 232 175 208 232 293 198 195 200 240 200 219 245 260 230 227 220 232 193 248

HOMETOWN Boynton Beach, FL Amherst, NY Bethlehem, PA Miramar, FL Tampa, FL Hiram, GA Lexington, OH Rochester, NY Kentwood, MI Joliet, IL Joliet, IL Miami, FL Columbus, OH Elmira, NY Suwanee, GA Tyrone, GA Huber Heights, OH Buffalo, NY Youngstown, OH Williamsville, NY Irwin, PA York, PA Chester, SC Grand Island, NY Lockport, NY Rochester, NY Youngstown, OH Atlanta, GA Watertown, NY Detroit, MI Dayton, OH Syracuse, NY Elma, NY Reseda, CA Alexander, OH Lauderhill, FL Amherst, NY Greenville, SC Queens Village, NY Pahokee, FL Miami, FL Wichita, KS State College, PA Staten Island, NY Southfield, MI St. Charles, MO Dublin, OH Chesterfield, VA Lincoln Park, NJ Auburn, NY Elma, NY Stone Mountain, GA Brighton, MI Port Henry, NY Pittsford, NY New Castle, DE Fort Pierce, FL

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HS/PREVIOUS SCHOOL American Heritage Sweet Home Freedom Everglades Robinson South Paulding Lexington Gates Chili East Kentwood Joliet Catholic Joliet Catholic Chaminade-Madonna Gahanna Lincoln Elmira Southside North Gwinnett Sandy Creek Wayne Canisius Cardinal Mooney Williamsville South Norwin Central York Chester Grand Island Lockport McQuaid Boardman Marietta Watertown Cass Technical Fairborn Christian Brothers Academy Iroquois Chaminade Johnstown-Monroe University School St. Francis Woodmont Christ the King Pahokee Miami Southridge Mt. Carmel Catholic/Butler CC State College St. Joseph by the Sea Cass Technical Francis Howell Dublin Coffman/Alfred State Cosby DePaul Catholic Auburn Iroquois Tucker Brighton/Cincinnati Moriah Central/Hudson Valley CC Pittsford Mendon Hargrave Military Academy Westwood

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football NO. 47 48 49 50 51 52 52 54 55 56 57 58 60 61 63 64 65 66 67 70 71 72 73 74 75 77 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 95 96 97 98

PLAYER Kendall Roberson** Waylon Fink Keith Takeh Andre Davis** Brandon Tammaro Travis Pitzonka* Todd Therrien Robert Reiss Brandon Crawford Jasen Carlson*** Kendall Patterson Chris Ford Jake Pickett Brandon Manosalvas Andrew Borruso Jason Bunk Dillon Guy** Max Perisse Jake Silas** John Kling* Trevor Sales* Lance Weaver Jessie Back Robert Blodgett Albert McCoy Gabriel Barbe** Dan Collura Malcolm Robinson Jimmy Gordon*** Ed Harof Natey Adjei* Jamarl Eiland Mason Schreck Ron Willoughby* Brian Orzechowski Boise Ross Jacob Martinez Matt Weiser* Kristjan Sokoli** Demone Harris Tedroy Lynch Dalton Barksdale** Beau Bachtelle Xavier Davis Zach Smekal Kyle Winfield

POS LB LB DB OL LB LB OL OL LB OL DL DL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL DL OL OL DL OL OL WR TE TE WR WR TE WR P WR WR TE DL DE DE DL DL DL DL DL

CL HT Jr. 6-2 R-Fr. 6-5 Jr. 5-9 Jr. 6-4 So. 6-3 So. 6-1 So. 6-1 R-Fr. 5-11 Fr. 6-2 Sr. 6-2 So. 6-0 Fr. 6-2 So. 6-0 Fr. 6-4 R-Fr. 6-1 R-Fr. 6-2 Jr. 6-4 R-Fr. 6-4 Jr. 6-7 So. 6-7 Jr. 6-2 Sr. 6-3 So. 6-4 So. 6-5 R-Fr. 6-4 Jr. 6-6 R-Fr. 6-6 R-Fr. 6-1 Sr. 6-5 Sr. 6-2 Sr. 6-0 Fr. 5-10 R-Fr. 6-5 So. 6-4 Jr. 6-4 Fr. 6-0 Fr. 6-2 So. 6-5 Jr. 6-5 Fr. 6-4 Jr. 6-2 Jr. 6-3 Sr. 6-5 Fr. 6-2 Fr. 6-3 Sr. 6-1

WT 232 234 187 320 222 217 291 305 229 326 260 323 289 307 285 281 320 266 310 305 327 285 294 307 277 296 286 199 255 219 196 190 229 196 216 173 182 241 300 250 249 304 273 322 261 258

HOMETOWN Decatur, GA Greensburg, PA Hollywood, FL Cheektowaga, NY Plymouth, MI Lancaster, NY Williamsville, NY Weehawken, NJ Madison, FL Jamestown, NY Abingdon, MD Medina, OH Owego, NY Paramus, NJ Oceanside, NY Alden, NY Hamilton, Ontario Downingtown, PA Portland, MI Cheektowaga, NY La Porte, IN Adams Center, NY Cincinnati, OH Lima, NY St. Petersburg, FL Montreal, Quebec Elkridge, MD Canton, OH Patchogue, NY Williamsville, NY Mississauga, Ontario Canton, MI Medina, OH Avon Lake, OH Lockport, NY Bethlehem, PA South Port, FL Womelsdorf, PA Bloomfield, NJ Buffalo, NY Shiremanstown, PA Detroit, MI Tuolumne, CA Atlanta, GA Medford, NJ Amherst, NY

HS/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Avondale Greensburg Salem Chaminade-Madonna Maryvale Detroit Central Catholic Lancaster, NY/Milford Academy Williamsville East Weehawken Madison County Southwestern DeMatha Catholic Medina Owego Free Academy Paramus Oceanside Alden Waterdown District Reed Henderson Portland Depew La Porte/Delaware State South Jefferson La Salle Honeoye Falls-Lima Gibbs CEGEP Du Vieux Dematha Catholic Canton McKinley Patchogue-Medford Clarence St. Joseph’s Secondary Plymouth Medina Avon Lake Lockport Liberty Bozeman Conrad Weiser Bloomfield Bishop Timon-St. Jude Mechanicsburg/Lackawanna JC Cass Technical Summerville/Modesto JC The New Schools at Carver Shawnee Amherst/Hudson Valley CC

Head Coach: Jeff Quinn (4th year) Assistants: Alex Wood (offensive coordinator/wide receivers), Lou Tepper (defensive coordinator/linebackers), Maurice Linguist (secondary), Don Patterson (quarterbacks/recruiting coordinator), Adam Shorter (offensive line/run game coordinator), Mike Dietzel (safeties/special teams co-coordinator), Jappy Oliver (assistant head coach, defensive line), Matt Simon (running backs), Marty Spieler (tight ends/special teams co-coordinator), Keegan Jones (graduate assistant), Holman Copeland (graduate assistant), Greg Meyer (graduate assistant), Jordan Brown (graduate assistant), Scott Pilkey (high school relations) Sports Performance: Zach Duval, Jacob Talcott Operations: Paul Bittar Trainer: Nick Mouyeos Equipment staff: Dave Borsuk, Megan Prunty

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football 2013 University at Buffalo Alphabetical Football Roster NO. 83 3 95 73 5 77 93 33 20 23 74 63 34 15 41 64 37 21 56 19 45 30 78 55 17 5 50 96 17 12 25 84 48 58 36 43 8 81 27 11 65 82 91 30 13 41 2 22 70 31 18 4 16 39 92 46 61

PLAYER Natey Adjei* Okezie Alozie* Beau Bachtelle Jessie Back Marqus Baker* Gabriel Barbe** Dalton Barksdale** Blake Bean Tomarris Bell Brandon Berry Robert Blodgett Andrew Borruso Patrick Brennan Derek Brim** Boomer Brock Jason Bunk Colton Caldwell Devin Campbell Jasen Carlson*** James Chambers Patrick Clarke** James Coleman Dan Collura Brandon Crawford Andrews Dadeboe Tony Daniel* Andre Davis** Xavier Davis Alex Dennison*** Cordero Dixon** John Dunmore* Jamarl Eiland Waylon Fink Chris Ford Jarrett Franklin Nick Gilbo Houston Glass Jimmy Gordon*** Corbin Grassman Tyler Grassman* Dillon Guy** Ed Harof Demone Harris Okoye Houston*** Devon Hughes** Solomon Jackson Jordon Johnson Najja Johnson** John Kling* Carlos Lammons*** Fred Lee*** Cortney Lester** Joe Licata* Greg Lis Tedroy Lynch Khalil Mack*** Brandon Manosalvas

POS WR DB DL OL DB OL DL LB DB DB OL OL RB DB FB OL TE RB OL DB K RB OL LB DB QB OL DL TE WR WR WR LB DL LB LB DB TE LS P OL TE DE DB WR LB RB DB OL DB WR DB QB LB DE LB OL

CL Sr. So. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. R-Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr.

HT 6-0 6-0 6-5 6-4 5-10 6-6 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-5 6-1 5-8 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-4 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-6 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-5 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-5 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-7 5-8 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-4

WT 196 208 273 294 181 296 304 232 206 205 307 285 198 199 260 281 240 205 326 190 193 232 286 229 187 206 320 322 242 180 178 190 234 323 200 220 188 255 223 195 320 219 250 209 188 230 233 187 305 175 205 182 226 219 249 248 307

HOMETOWN Mississauga, Ontario Bethlehem, PA Tuolumne, CA Cincinnati, OH Tampa, FL Montreal, Quebec Detroit, MI Wichita, KS Rochester, NY Detroit, MI Lima, NY Oceanside, NY Staten Island, NY Buffalo, NY Elma, NY Alden, NY Dublin, OH Youngstown, OH Jamestown, NY Lockport, NY New Castle, DE Queens Village, NY Elkridge, MD Madison, FL York, PA Hiram, GA Cheektowaga, NY Atlanta, GA Irwin, PA Suwanee, GA Syracuse, NY Canton, MI Greensburg, PA Medina, OH St. Charles, MO Port Henry, NY Kentwood, MI Patchogue, NY Alexander, OH Columbus, OH Hamilton, Ontario Williamsville, NY Buffalo, NY Greenville, SC Tyrone, GA Stone Mountain, GA Amherst, NY Atlanta, GA Cheektowaga, NY Pahokee, FL Chester, SC Miramar, FL Williamsville, NY Lincoln Park, NJ Shiremanstown, PA Fort Pierce, FL Paramus, NJ

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HS/PREVIOUS SCHOOL St. Joseph’s Secondary Freedom Summerville/Modesto JC La Salle Robinson CEGEP Du Vieux Cass Technical Mt. Carmel Catholic/Butler CC McQuaid Cass Technical Honeoye Falls-Lima Oceanside St. Joseph by the Sea Canisius Iroquois Alden Dublin Coffman/Alfred State Boardman Southwestern Lockport Hargrave Military Academy Christ the King Dematha Catholic Madison County Central York South Paulding Maryvale The New Schools at Carver Norwin North Gwinnett Christian Brothers Academy Plymouth Greensburg Salem Medina Francis Howell Moriah Central/Hudson Valley CC East Kentwood Patchogue-Medford Johnstown-Monroe Gahanna Lincoln Waterdown District Clarence Bishop Timon-St. Jude Woodmont Sandy Creek Tucker Sweet Home Marietta Depew Pahokee Chester Everglades Williamsville South DePaul Catholic Mechanicsburg/Lackawanna JC Westwood Paramus

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football NO. 88 75 7 6 44 26 19 32 87 57 42 66 60 52 1 29 54 35 47 80 87 71 40 85 11 10 67 24 9 26 97 90 38 9 28 49 51 14 52 34 72 89 22 86 98 15

PLAYER Jacob Martinez Albert McCoy Marcus McGill* Collin Michael Glynn Molinich Brandon Murie*** Alex Neutz*** Branden Oliver*** Brian Orzechowski Kendall Patterson Ryan Paxson Max Perisse Jake Pickett Travis Pitzonka* James Potts* Adam Redden** Robert Reiss William Rembert Kendall Roberson** Malcolm Robinson Boise Ross Trevor Sales* Joe Schillace Mason Schreck Jordan Shay Witney Sherry** Jake Silas** Lee Skinner** Craig Slowik Alexander Small Zach Smekal Kristjan Sokoli** C.J. Stancil Jake Stockman** Dwellie Striggles** Keith Takeh Brandon Tammaro Anthone Taylor* Todd Therrien Colby Way*** Lance Weaver Matt Weiser* Diamond Williams Ron Willoughby* Kyle Winfield Alex Zordich***

POS WR DL WR QB TE RB WR RB P DL LB DL OL LB RB DB OL DB LB WR WR OL RB TE WR DB OL LB QB DB DL DL DB LB DB DB LB RB OL DL DL TE RB WR DL QB

CL Fr. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. R-Fr. So. So. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. R-So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Sr.

HT 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-5 5-11 5-9 6-3 5-8 6-4 6-0 6-6 6-4 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-5 5-11 6-0 6-7 6-2 6-4 5-10 6-3 6-5 5-11 6-2 5-10 5-9 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-5 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-3

WT 182 277 227 221 232 192 205 208 216 260 227 266 289 217 194 202 305 195 232 199 173 327 245 229 187 188 310 233 185 187 261 300 200 237 185 187 222 209 291 293 285 241 197 196 258 227

HOMETOWN South Port, FL St. Petersburg, FL Rochester, NY Lexington, OH Pittsford, NY Elma, NY Grand Island, NY Miami, FL Lockport, NY Abingdon, MD Brighton, MI Downingtown, PA Owego, NY Lancaster, NY Boynton Beach, FL Amherst, NY Weehawken, NJ Southfield, MI Decatur, GA Canton, OH Bethlehem, PA La Porte, IN Auburn, NY Medina, OH Elmira, NY Miami, FL Portland, MI Dayton, OH Joliet, IL Reseda, CA Medford, NJ Bloomfield, NJ Chesterfield, VA Joliet, IL Lauderhill, FL Hollywood, FL Plymouth, MI Huber Heights, OH Williamsville, NY State College, PA Adams Center, NY Womelsdorf, PA Watertown, NY Avon Lake, OH Amherst, NY Youngstown, OH

HS/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Bozeman Gibbs Gates Chili Lexington Pittsford Mendon Iroquois Grand Island Miami Southridge Lockport DeMatha Catholic Brighton/Cincinnati Reed Henderson Owego Free Academy Lancaster, NY/Milford Academy American Heritage St. Francis Weehawken Cass Technical Avondale Canton McKinley Liberty La Porte/Delaware State Auburn Medina Elmira Southside Chaminade-Madonna Portland Fairborn Joliet Catholic Chaminade Shawnee Bloomfield Cosby Joliet Catholic University School Chaminade-Madonna Detroit Central Catholic Wayne Williamsville East State College South Jefferson Conrad Weiser Watertown Avon Lake Amherst/Hudson Valley CC Cardinal Mooney

Head Coach: Jeff Quinn (4th year) Assistants: Alex Wood (offensive coordinator/wide receivers), Lou Tepper (defensive coordinator/linebackers), Maurice Linguist (secondary), Don Patterson (quarterbacks/recruiting coordinator), Adam Shorter (offensive line/run game coordinator), Mike Dietzel (safeties/special teams co-coordinator), Jappy Oliver (assistant head coach, defensive line), Matt Simon (running backs), Marty Spieler (tight ends/special teams co-coordinator), Keegan Jones (graduate assistant), Holman Copeland (graduate assistant), Greg Meyer (graduate assistant), Jordan Brown (graduate assistant), Scott Pilkey (high school relations) Sports Performance: Zach Duval, Jacob Talcott Operations: Paul Bittar Trainer: Nick Mouyeos Equipment staff: Dave Borsuk, Megan Prunty

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Bulls Breakdown By Class

By State/Country New York__________________________________________ 33 Ohio_____________________________________________ 14 Florida____________________________________________ 12 Pennsylvania________________________________________ 9 Michigan___________________________________________ 8 Georgia____________________________________________ 7 New Jersey_________________________________________ 5 Canada____________________________________________ 3 California___________________________________________ 2 Illinois_____________________________________________ 2 Maryland___________________________________________ 2 South Carolina______________________________________ 2 Delaware___________________________________________ 1 Indiana____________________________________________ 1 Kansas_____________________________________________ 1 Missouri___________________________________________ 1 Virginia____________________________________________ 1

Seniors___________________________________________ 23 Juniors____________________________________________ 23 Sophomores_______________________________________ 20 Redshirt Freshmen__________________________________ 15 Freshmen_________________________________________ 23 Total____________________________________________ 104

Pronunciation Guide The Players

Natey Adjei_______________________________________________________________________________________ Ah-jay Okezie Alozie_________________________________________________________________________ Oh-kay-ze Ah-low-ze Beau Bachtelle________________________________________________________________________________ Bo Back-tell Marqus Baker_____________________________________________________________________________________Marcus Gabriel Barbe_______________________________________________________________________________________ Barb Andrews Dadeboe______________________________________________________________________________Dad-eh-bo Jamarl Eiland______________________________________________________________________________________ Island Okoye Houston_______________________________________________________________________________ Oh-Koy-yeah Joe Licata______________________________________________________________________________________ Li-kah-ta Khalil Mack______________________________________________________________________________________ Kah-leel Brandon Manosalvas_________________________________________________________________________ Man-o-sal-vas Alex Neutz________________________________________________________________________________________ Newtz Max Perisse_____________________________________________________________________________________ Per-e-see Kristian Sokoli_________________________________________________________________________________ Sah-coal-ee Anthone Taylor__________________________________________________________________________________ Anthony Todd Therrien___________________________________________________________________________________ Theerian

The Coaching Staff

Mike Dietzel_____________________________________________________________________________________ Deetzel

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football BULLS ENTER 2013 FILLED WITH OPTIMISM The anticipation is at its highest level yet, as head coach Jeff Quinn begins his fourth season at the helm of the University at Buffalo football team. The team returns every offensive skill position starter, and graduated just six players who were consistent contributors to the team in 2012. The team fought through numerous injuries, and in the process developed the next generation of star performers on both sides of the ball. There will be plentiful depth, as 20 returning starters from all three phases of the team will gel with a depth chart that is jampacked with youth who saw extended playing time. The team continued to develop in 2012, ending the season with wins in three of the last four games of the season. For the first time under Coach Quinn, the Bulls will have an incumbent under center, as the team returns Joe Licata and multipurpose threat Alex Zordich from last season. Also returning – at full health – is senior running back Branden Oliver, who suffered numerous injuries that put a damper on a season that saw him enter as a watch list member for multiple national honors, and senior wide receiver Alex Neutz. The Grand Island native is within striking range of a handful of program records after a season in which he went over 1,000 yards and caught 11 touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, two-time All-MAC honoree Khalil Mack passed on a potential NFL career for one more season to join a defense that was markedly improved from year’s past. On the coaching staff, the team will have a great deal of consistency, as the entire roster of assistants will return to the team to continue to develop the team in all three phases. Here’s a look position-by-position at the battles that will occur during camp as the Bulls prepare to open the 2013 season at Ohio State on Aug. 31.

OLIVER OFFENSE •Quarterback• Joe Licata came into the season as the team’s backup, but earned the final four starts of the season and led the team to a 3-1 record in those games. He played in nine games total and threw for 1,045 yards and seven touchdowns for the season. Licata earned the starting job after a solid spring. UB will have the luxury of having an experienced starter as a backup in senior Alex Zordich, who started in the team’s first eight games of the season before an injury sidelined him. He was one of the top dualthreat quarterbacks in the conference, rushing for 501 yards (5.0 yards per carry) and a touchdown while throwing for 1,245 and nine more scores. Behind Licata and Zordich, a full stable of quarterbacks will be in play, starting with sophomore Tony Daniel. After serving as the team’s holder on special teams, and a brief stint as a gadget QB, Daniel has the size and athleticism to find his way into the huddle. Also joining the mix is Collin Michael, who redshirted in 2012 but is a dark horse candidate who impressed the coaching staff in their limited time watching him under center. •Running Backs• By his standards, it was a disappointing season for Branden Oliver, who missed five

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whole games and most of four other games that he tried to play in. Despite the injury troubles, Oliver still led the team with 821 yards and averaged 117 yards per game. OIiver will enter his final season just 626 yards, and two 100-yard games away from owning the program record for career rushing yards and 100-yard games. With Oliver’s injury, the team’s depth at running back was tested early and often, yielding incredible results and revealing just how deep this group is. It starts with Devin Campbell, who emerged as one of the top true freshmen in the conference, making an impact right away with 502 yards rushing, 176 yards receiving and three total touchdowns. He played in 11 games, making three starts en route to being named the team’s Newcomer of the Year. Brandon Murie also was able to develop in an increased role, racking up 477 all-purpose yards in his ten games played. Anthone Taylor and James Potts showed brief flashes of brilliance before injuries cut their seasons short. Taylor was injured in the spring of 2012 and took a redshirt after a promising freshman season in 2011, while Potts took his second career carry 49 yards for a touchdown before hurting his knee immediately after scoring. Taylor is fully recovered and had a very productive spring, while Potts will continue to rehab and make a case for playing time in the fall. Jordan Johnson redshirted in his first sea-

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candidates to develop into a solid option to play alongside Neutz in an ever-expanding passing offense.

likely make an early impact on special teams. •Offensive Line•

Boomer Brock has recovered from an injury that forced him to miss most of last season and will return to his fullback position in 2013.

Important reserves include Devon Hughes, who played in nine games, starting in four, and ranked second on the team in catches, with 23 (for 228 yards and one touchdown). Rudy Johnson made 16 catches for 182 yards in 10 games played and Cordero Dixon had 10 catches for 96 yards as the team’s punt returner as well.

In a season filled with injuries, an argument could be made that no unit had a greater impact in 2012 than the starting offensive line. The quintet all started every game for the team, and blocked for two different starting quarterbacks and three different primary running backs, but still was rock solid. Three different ball carriers ran for 500 yards or more, including Zordich, who ran for 501 yards despite not playing in the final four games of the season.

Freshmen James Coleman and Joe Schillace will battle for playing time as well. •Wide Receivers• Alex Neutz seemed to be unstoppable in his junior year, making the All-MAC Second Team and earning UB Offensive MVP honors. In the single season record book, his 65 catches ranked sixth overall (third in the Division I era), his 11 touchdowns were the second most ever, and his 1,015 yards receiving were the second most in the Division I era and the fourth most in program history. Now entering his final season, he ranks sixth in career catches, seventh in yards, second in touchdowns, and fifth in 100-yard games. On the other side of the offense, fellow senior Fred Lee missed six games due to injury, but posted a career high in receiving yards with 261 on just 17 catches (an average of 15.4 per catch). He is one of many

After a strong spring, sophomore Marcus McGill will challenge for a starting role in 2013. John Dunmore (10 catches, 106 yards) leads a long list of receivers who also have the opportunity to be the next impact pass catcher for the team in 2013: Ron Willoughby, Natey Adjei and Malcolm Robinson. Incoming freshmen Jamarl Eiland, Boise Ross and Jacob Martinez will look to make an immediate impact on the receiving corps. •Tight Ends• The UB offense has increased the tight end role in recent seasons, finding unique ways to involve the group. That starts with Alex Dennison, who went back to his roots as a quarterback, serving as a key contributor out of the “Alley-Cat” formation. He caught six passes for 64 yards, carried the ball seven times for 18 yards, and completed all three of his passing attempts for 82 yards in 2012.

Returning to the team are three of the 2012 starters: Andre Davis, Trevor Sales, and Jasen Carlson. The trio returns as pillars of the offensive line, which proved that it isn’t who has the ball in his hands, but rather who is clearing the way for him. They helped lead a group that improved the team’s total offensive yardage from 2011 and helped pave the way for 2,120 rushing yards. Davis earned the team’s Workhorse Award, given to the player who played the most snaps for the team, while Carlson was honored with the UBelieve Offensive Line Award. Despite losing a pair of starters, a large group of reserve linemen will be jockeying for a spot in the starting lineup.

Jimmy Gordon was a more pure passcatcher, playing in all 12 games while making 10 starts. Aside from his work on special teams, he caught 17 passes for 262 yards, the fourth most on the team, and a pair of touchdowns. For his efforts, he earned the UBelieve Tight End Award.

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Matt Weiser played in all 12 games on the special teams kick return and kick coverage squads. He had a pair of catches on the season. To round out the group, Mason Schrek and Ed Harof redshirted in 2012 and will

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football Dillon Guy is a likely candidate for a starting spot, after playing in 10 games as a multi-position reserve, and Jake Silas (five games played) and Gabriel Barbe (three games played) could slide into the starting tackle spot or in the interior line. Also in the mix for starting minutes are Jake Pickett, John Kling, Jake Silas, Jessie Back, and Robert Blodgett. Redshirting for the team in 2012 were Andrew Borruso, Dan Collura and Robert Reiss. •DEFENSE• •Defensive Line• While the void left from four-year impact player Steven Means will surely be felt, the defensive line remains a solid contributor to the ever-improving UB defense. It starts with senior Colby Way, who built off a breakout 2011 season to have an even better junior year, starting in all 12 games and finishing fifth on the team in tackles (58) and second in sacks (six). Three other linemen saw the field for major minutes, and appear willing and able to fill in for Means and departed nose guard Wyatt Cahill. Kristjan Sokoli played in all 12 games at nose guard and defensive end, making 20 tackles. Beau Bachtelle also played in every game, and made 11 tackles for the season. Dalton Barksdale is anoth-

MACK er candidate for nose guard, playing in 11 games and totaling 12 tackles. Scout team members who look to take the next step in their development include Kendall Patterson and Todd Therrien. A large number of potential linemen were redshirted last year, and finally have a chance to get back on the field and show the defensive coaching staff just how far they were able to come. Max Perisse, Lance Weaver, Kyle Winfield, and Albert McCoy are all coming off redshirt seasons in 2012. The UB coaching staff heavily recruited the defensive line in the offseason and incoming freshman Xavier Davis, Chris Ford, Demone Harris, Tedroy Lynch and Zach Smekal will add depth to the defensive line. •Linebackers•

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On signing day, Coach Quinn acknowledged that one of his top recruiting priorities was not found in the halls of any high school or junior college, but in his own locker room. After a third straight year as a standout linebacker, Khalil Mack was considering a chance at being drafted as a junior in the 2013 NFL Draft. He opted to stay in Buffalo and continue to boost his draft stock, and UB’s 2013 opponents are none too pleased about it. Mack is just one of a handful of impact players who make up the linebacking corps.

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Mack earned first-team All-Conference honors for the second straight season, and also was tabbed by Sports Illustrated as an honorable mention All-American. The Fort Pierce, FL native had 94 tackles, including 21 tackles for loss, again putting him among the nation’s best in the category. Mack added four forced fumbles and eight quarterback sacks in 2012. He comes into 2013 within range of owning the NCAA record for career tackles for loss. Beside him is junior Lee Skinner, who was a devastating force in the opposition’s backfield all season long, finishing second on the team in tackles (89), fourth in sacks (5), and fourth in tackles for loss (8.5 for 47 yards). Joining the dynamic duo of Mack and Skinner was Jake Stockman, who started in five games and totaled 59 tackles (4.0 for loss) and 2.5 sacks. The trio were among the top four in total tackles for the team, perfectly executing defensive coordinator Lou Tepper’s new scheme. Despite its depth getting hit by graduation the hardest of any other position on the team (losing four major reserves), there are plenty of options for the team in 2013. Kendall Roberson played in 11 games, predominantly on kick coverage, and can see increased playing time with a solid Spring season. Brandon Tammaro, Ryan Paxson and Travis Pitzonka are also candidates to make the jump from the scout team.

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Okezie Alozie leads the group, as he started as a special teams ace and eventually found his way in to the defensive secondary, playing in 10 games as a true freshman. Tomarris Bell also was a special teams contributor, playing in ten games. Brandon Berry, Alexander Small, William Rembert, and C.J. Stancil are all coming off redshirt years and are highly touted recruits.

Junior Blake Bean transfered to UB from Butler Community College in January and participated in spring drills. Incoming freshmen at the linebacker spot include Brandon Crawford, Jarrett Franklin, Solomon Jackson and Greg Lis.

Freshman Andrews Dadeboe and Houston Glass will add depth to the defensive backfield.

•Defensive Backs• After a tone of uncertainty was cast upon the secondary in the 2012 preseason, fans learned quickly that there would be no slouches in the defensive backfield for the Bulls. Buffalo ranked second in the MAC in pass defense, allowing teams to throw for just 206.5 yards per game. The Bulls had 21 pass breakups in the last four games of the season after 19 total in the first eight games of the year. Against Pittsburgh, the Bulls held Panthers QB Tino Sunseri to just 128 yards passing, the lowest total of the season for the Big East’s second best passer. It starts on the outside, where Cortney Lester and Najja Johnson were among the very best in the MAC at the position. Lester continued to develop into a lock-down corner, making 39 tackles (22 solo) and 10 passes defended. His season highlight came late in the year, when he became the first player in Buffalo’s Division I-A era to record three interceptions in a game, helping UB to a 2924 win over Western Michigan. Across the way, Johnson started in all 12 games for the team, and led the team and the Mid-American Conference in interceptions, with five, which ranked 13th nationally. The former walk-on finished second among UB’s defensive secondary players in tackles, with 43 (27 solo).

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JOHNSON players will compete for just two starting jobs. Witney Sherry and Okoye Houston began the year as the starters, but injuries and developing depth lent itself to many changes. Sherry came into his own in his first season as an every-day starter before missing the final six games due to injury. Despite only playing in half the team’s games, he ranked ninth on the team with 40 tackles (25 solo). Houston played in all 12 games and made eight starts, making 27 tackles. Jumping into the fold was Derek Brim, Adam Redden, and Marqus Baker. Brim stepped in as an injury replacement, making the final five starts of the season for the team while playing in all 12 games as a safety. He made 47 tackles for the season (33 solo). Redden proved to be a key member of the UB secondary and special teams playing in ten games. A rash of injuries gave him extended time, playing an extended role in the last seven games of the year. He also blocked two punts for the team late in the season.

Carlos Lammons and Dwellie Striggles are the backups at cornerback, with Striggles playing in 11 games and Lammons playing in 10 games with one start.

Baker came off a redshirt year as a solid reserve, developing into a shutdown reserve late in the season. Despite not picking off any pass attempts, he still finished tied for the team lead in pass breakups (with six). He played in all 12 games and made 17 tackles.

At safety, there will be the tightest competition on the defensive side of the ball, as five

Even more depth is expected in 2013, which will be a boon for the UB special teams.

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The Bulls entered 2012 with question marks at both the punter and place-kicker position, but Tyler Grassman and PatrickClarke filled the voids, respectively. Buffalo also brings back depth at long-snapper and holder. Grassman continued to develop as the team’s starting punter, recording 80 punts for the season. He averaged 35.4 yards per kick, with a 32.8 net average. For the season, he made four punts of 50 or more yards, including a season high of 58 at Northern Illinois. Of his kicks, 19 were downed inside the opponent’s 20 yard line with only three touchbacks. Clarke converted on 11 of 15 field goal attempts for the season, and also served as the starter on kickoffs, recording 13 touchbacks. He made four field goals from over 40 yards. He started fast, hitting his first four field goals and six of his first seven attempts of the season. His season highlight came when he hit field goals from 49 and 47 yards, with the 47-yarder coming as time expired to give the Bulls a 27-24 win over Miami (OH). In the return game, the team is still searching for a go-to athlete to step up. Cordero Dixon was the main punt returner, taking 10 for 31 yards in the season. On kickoffs, Okoye Houston led the team with 13 returns for a 19.1 average, but Brandon Murie and Devin Campbell also were rotated into the returner role.

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Head Coach Jeff Quinn Head coach Jeff Quinn continues to mold the Buffalo football program into his vision since being hired on Dec. 22, 2009. The Bulls went 4-8 (3-5 MAC) in 2012, but it was the way UB ended the season that got fans excited. Buffalo won three of its last four games. The Bulls posted their best numbers in nearly every statistical category since Quinn’s arrival. UB rushed for 2,120 yards the third highest total in school history and the most as a Division I-A program. On the other side of the ball, the Bulls ranked second in the MAC in total defense. Quinn led the Bulls to a 3-9 record (2-6 MAC) in 2011 with some record-breaking performances. Running back Branden Oliver set the single-season rushing record with 1,395 yards. He coached a pair of first-team AllMAC selections in Oliver and linebacker Khalil Mack. The Bulls became more comfortable with Quinn’s system in year two and the numbers reflected it. UB averaged eight more points and 68 more yards of total offense per game than in 2010. Buffalo had 13 plays of 40 or more yards in 2011 - the most in its Division I era. In 2010, the Bulls finished 2-10 in his first season, with a 1-7 mark in MAC play. Despite the record, the Bulls boasted one of their best defenses in their Division I history in 2010 as efensive backs Davonte Shannon and Domonic Cook earned All- MAC First Team honors, while linebacker Khalil Mack was named to Phil Steele’s 2010 Postseason All-Freshman Team. Quinn was introduced as the 24th head coach in the history of the University at Buffalo football program by former Director of Athletics Warde Manuel on Dec. 22. Quinn has produced record-breaking offenses throughout his 27-year college coaching tenure and has won conference and national championships at his last three stops, including five conference crowns in the past eight seasons. As offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Cincinnati for the past three seasons, Quinn has helped the Bearcats compile a 33-6 record, including a 12-0 record in 2009 and a national No. 4 ranking heading into the Sugar Bowl meeting with defending national champion Florida.

Quinn was named one of five finalists for the 2009 Broyles Award, which is given to the nation’s top assistant coach. Unranked in preseason polls, Cincinnati’s undefeated regular season catapulted the Bearcats to No. 3 in the BCS standings and earned them an invitation to the Allstate Sugar Bowl, the school’s second consecutive BCS game. UC set numerous school records in 2009, including those for wins (12), road wins (6), consecutive regular season wins (18), points (495), passing yards (3,844), fewest fumbles (10) and fewest turnovers (10).

interim head coach for Central Michigan’s 31-14 victory over Middle Tennessee in the 2006 Motor City Bowl prior to joining the UC staff. He arrived at CMU in 2004 after 15 seasons at Grand Valley State. He was part of the staff that led the Lakers to back-to-back na-

Behind Quinn’s offensive line, the Bearcats have had an individual top the 100-yard plateau in six of the last eight games and eight out of 12 games overall. UC has topped 200-yards rushing on three occasions and has set the school record for points and touchdowns. Offensive tackle Jeff Linkenbach was a midseason selection to the SI.com all-America squad. UC leads the nation in passing efficiency (166.19) despite using five different quarterbacks through the course of the season. The Bearcats rank sixth in passing offense (320.3), scoring offense (39.8), and total offense (464.3) and 10th in sacks allowed (0.9) behind Quinn’s coordination of the offense. Eleven UC studentathletes were honored as allBIG EAST selections, including four out of Quinn’s five starting offensive linemen. Chris Jurek (1st), Alex Hoffman (2nd), Jason Kelce (2nd), and Linkenbach (2nd) earned all-BIG EAST honors in 2009. No stranger to the Mid-American Conference and its recruiting footprint, The Quinn File Quinn served as associAssignment ate head coach and of- Year School Buffalo Head Coach fensive coordinator at 2010- Offensive Coord./O-Line Central Michigan prior 2007-09 Cincinnati Assoc. HC/Offensive Coord./O-Line to his stint at Cincinnati 2004-06 Central Michigan 1989-03 Grand Valley State Assoc. HC/Offensive Coord./O-Line and helped lead the 1986-88 Ohio Northern Offensive Coord./Offensive Line Chippewas to the 2006 1984-85 DePauw Offensive Line/Tight Ends MAC title. He served as

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football tional championships in 2002 and 2003. The 2001 Laker offense averaged 600.8 yards and set an NCAA record by averaging 58.4 points per game. During his career, Quinn has coached 12 offensive linemen who have played in the professional ranks, including first, fourth, fifth, and seventh round NFL Draft choices, as well as 22 players who have earned AllAmerica status. In 2008, Quinn mentored Offensive guard Trevor Canfield, who was an Associated Press Second-Team All- America selection, the first UC offensive lineman to earn a spot on the AP team since Bill Shalosky in 1952. He is a 1984 graduate of Elmhurst College where he was a two-sport standout in football and wrestling. Quinn was twice named Student-Athlete of the Year at Elmhurst. He was inducted into Elmhurst’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1993. Quinn earned a master of arts degree from De- Pauw in 1986 and an educational leadership master’s degree endorsement from GVSU in 2000. He and his wife Shannon have two sons, Kyle and Ryan. Kyle serves as the undergraduate student representative to the UC Board of Trustees. He was also awarded the Boren Scholarship and studied in Brazil for the 2012-13 academic year. Ryan is a wrestler at Central Michigan.

What They Are Saying About Jeff Quinn “Buffalo has got an experienced, talented and prepared head football coach in Jeff Quinn. He has been very choosy in his desire to be a head football coach and he felt Buffalo was just a great fit. I wish him the best and expect great things at the University at Buffalo from Jeff Quinn.” -Brian Kelly Head football coach, Notre Dame “Jeff Quinn was a pivotal part of the tremendous coaching staff built over the years at the University of Cincinnati, and was an important player in the success enjoyed by the UC Bearcats. It is my hope that same magic follows Jeff to the University at Buffalo.” –SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher President of University of Cincinnati (2003-09) “We have followed Coach Quinn’s Cincinnati offense quite closely here in Indianapolis. They have been up-tempo, exciting, and exceptionally productive. I’m certain UB students, alumni and fans will be very happy with the Bulls’ squad Coach Quinn will produce.” –Bill Polian Former President, Indianapolis Colts “Jeff Quinn is one the most enthusiastic, passionate football coaches I have ever known. His knowledge of football is second to none and his wide-open brand of football will bring excitement to all UB fans. The other coaches in the MAC will have their hands full preparing for our UB football team.” –Jim McNally UB Class of ‘62 Long-time NFL offensive line coach

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Alex Wood

In 2004, Wood rejoined Green on the staff of the Arizona Cardinals. Wood served one season as the offensive coordinator for the Cardinals, overseeing the offensive staff and handling play-calling responsibilities.

Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Iowa ‘79 Third Season at Buffalo Alex Wood begins his third season as offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach at Buffalo. In 2012, UB’s offense rushed for 2,120 yards and passed for 2,391 yards. It was the first time in the Division I-A era to rush and pass for over 2,000 yards. In addition, Alex Neutz became just the third receiver in school history with 1,000 receiving yards in a single season.

He spent the 2006-07 seasons as the passing game coordinator at the University of Arkansas and ultimately ended up back in the Midwest helping the RedHawks of Miami become the first team in Division I history to go from one victory to double digit wins. Wood is a native of Massillon, Ohio, and was a standout football player and wrestler at Washington High School. He and his wife, Rosa, have three children--Jerrel, Alex and Natalie. His son Alex is the defensive coordinator at Wayne (NE) State College.

In his first season as offensive coordinator, the offense saw significant improvement. UB averaged eight more points and 68 more yards of total offense per game than in 2010. Buffalo had 13 plays of 40 or more yards in 2011 - the most in its Division I era.

Lou Tepper Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Rutgers ‘67 Second Season at Buffalo

As wide receiver coach, Wood coached Marcus Rivers to his first All-MAC selection. In addition, Alex Nuetz had the best season of his young career with a team-high 641 receiving yards in only nine games. Wood brought with him over 30 years of experience at the Division I level and he has also served as a coordinator in the National Football League. He spent the past season as wide receivers coach at Miami University where he helped the RedHawks claim a Mid-American Conference championship a year removed from winning just one game.

Lou Tepper begins his second season with the Bulls, serving as UB’s defensive coordinator and linebackers coach. Tepper has won over 100 games as a head coach and has served as defensive coordinator at LSU, Illinois and Colorado.

His coaching career is highlighted by tremendous success at the highest levels of both college and professional football. From 1989-93 he was part of Dennis Erickson’s staff for the Miami Hurricanes, coaching the running backs, while helping the Canes to a pair of National Championships (1989 and 1991) and a perfect 12-0 season in 1991.

In his first season with the Bulls, Tepper led the defense to a second place overall ranking in the MAC. UB shattered the school’s Division I-A record with 34 sacks on the season. He coached Khalil Mack to All-MAC First Team honors.

Wood has also been a wide receiver coach in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals, a quarterback coach for the Minnesota Vikings and the offensive coordinator of the Arizona Cardinals. After serving as offensive coordinator for two seasons at Wake Forest (1993-94), he was named as the head football coach at James Madison University. Wood led the Dukes to an 8-4 record in his first season including a trip to the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs. In his four-year tenure at JMU, Wood compiled a record of 23-22. Wood moved into the pro ranks in 1999, when he was hired by Dennis Green as the quarterbacks coach of the Minnesota Vikings. He spent four seasons with the Vikings’ organization. In his first year with the team, the Vikings selected Daunte Culpepper in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft. By Culpepper’s second season, the young star not only took over the starting quarterback job but earned a start for the National Football Conference (NFC) in the Pro Bowl. He tied for the NFL lead with 33 passing touchdowns and ranked second in the NFC with 3,937 yards. Culpepper led the Vikings to the NFC Central title and a spot in the conference championship game. In 2001, Culpepper was lost to a season-ending injury but still managed to finish third in the NFC in completion percentage (64.2). The CulpepperWood combination was back at it again in 2002. Culpepper spearheaded the NFL’s second-ranked offensive unit and in the process the Vikings’ quarterback finished second in the NFC in passing yardage (3,853) for the second time in Wood’s tenure. Wood was named wide receivers coach by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2003. In his one year in Cincinnati, Wood coached two players in the top 10 of receiving yards in the AFC (Chad Johnson and Peter Warrick). Johnson led the AFC with 1,355 yards on 90 receptions. He also had 10

Tepper, who boasts over 35 years of Division I coaching experience, sports a 101-75-2 overall record as a head coach with stints at Illinois, Edinboro and Indiana (PA). He is particularly well versed in coaching linebackers, as he has tutored three Butkus Award winners – Colorado’s Alfred Williams and Illinois’ Dana Howard and Kevin Hardy. He also has written a 328-page book entitled Complete Linebacking that was published by Human Kinetics. Tepper has been a part of staffs that have participated in 10 bowl games, including three as a head coach. At Illinois, he led the Illini to three bowl games, including a win in the 1994 Liberty Bowl. In 2006, the University endowed a “Lou Tepper Football Scholarship” to benefit linebackers for his accomplishments on behalf of his decade of service to Illinois. As head coach from 1991-96, he owns the best Illinois winning percentage (25-31-2) in the past 20 years and had a pair of wins over Ohio State and the first by the Illini at Michigan in 27 years. After serving as defensive coordinator for three years at LSU (1997-99), Tepper took the head coaching job at Edinboro, where he compiled a 40-26 record, including three Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) titles and two Division II playoff appearances. He was twice named PSAC West Coach of the Year. He then moved on to Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2006, where he led the Crimson Hawks to a 36-18 record, an NCAA appearance and was named PSAC West Coach of the Year for the third time. His final year at IUP was 2009. A two-sport athlete in college (football and track and field), Tepper graduated from Rutgers University. He is married to the former Karen Olesewski and they are the parents of two children, Matthew and Stacy.

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Don Patterson

Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line Purdue ‘78 Fourth Season at Buffalo

Quarterbacks/Recruiting Coordinator Army ‘73 Third Season at Buffalo

Jappy Oliver enters his fourth season as defensive line coach. He continues to develop very strong defensive lines. In 2012, he coached the duo of Steven Means and Colby Way who combined for 21.5 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks. Means was named second-team All-MAC. In his first season in 2010, he coached a defensive line that had 23.5 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks. His defensive line improved on those numbers in 2011 with 24 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks. Oliver came to Buffalo after spending four years at Notre Dame as the Irish defensive line coach and boasts over 30 years of collegiate coaching experience. From 2005-08, Oliver helped the growth of Irish defensive ends Victor Abiamiri and Chris Frome as well as defensive tackles Derek Landri and Trevor Laws. Abiamiri was a second-round pick in the 2007 NFL draft by the Philadelphia Eagles, while Landri was chosen that same year in the fifth round by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Laws was drafted by the Eagles in the second round of the 2008 draft and became the earliest Irish defensive tackle selected since Bryant Young was taken in the first round 14 years earlier. Frome was signed the day after the ‘07 draft as an undrafted free agent by the Chicago Bears and went to camp with the then-defending NFC champions. Oliver will also serve as the team’s pro liaison. Oliver spent 2003-04 as defensive line coach under former Irish head coach Lou Holtz at South Carolina, teaming with former Irish defensive coordinator Rick Minter to achieve a noteworthy turnaround on the defensive side in 2004 as the Gamecocks finished with a national ranking of 20th in total defense (315.18 yards per game). Oliver previously served on the staff of Air Force’s Fisher DeBerry for eight seasons from 1995 through 2002, helping the Falcons to five postseason bowl appearances including wins in the Oahu Bowl (1998) and the Silicon Valley Bowl (2000). Oliver was a standout athlete at Southwestern High School in Flint, Mich., earning all-city and all-district accolades in both football and basketball. He was the city’s athlete of the year in 1973 and captained teams in football, basketball and baseball. He has one daughter, Candace, and a son, Justin.

Don Patterson enters his third season as quarterbacks coach at Buffalo and the passing game has improved significantly since his arrival. In 2012, both Alex Zordich and freshman Joe Licata posted good numbers. Zordich threw for 1,254 yards and nine touchdowns while Licata passed for 1,045 yards and seven touchdowns. In his first year with the Bulls, Patterson coached Chazz Anderson who passed for 2,454 and 11 touchdowns on the season. Patterson has a long and decorated coaching career, including tremendous success as a head coach at the Football Championship Series (FCS) level with Western Illinois. Patterson spent 10 seasons at Western Illinois, compiling a 62-45 overall record before illness forced him to step away from coaching for a year. Patterson led the Leathernecks to three playoff berths, a pair of Gateway Football Conference titles and a No. 1 national ranking during his tenure. In his decade as head coach, Patterson produced 108 all-conference honorees, 34 academic all-conference selections, 59 All-Americans, including two consensus all-Americans, and two academic All-Americans. Patterson came to Western Illinois after a 20-year run with famed Iowa head coach Hayden Fry, part of a coaching tree that includes Wisconsin’s Bret Bielema, Iowa’s Kirk Ferentz, Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops and Arizona’s Mike Stoops. During his tenure at Iowa, the Hawkeyes appeared in 14 bowl games, including three Rose Bowls. The 1985 Iowa team was ranked No. 1 in the nation for five weeks, en route to a school-record 10 wins. Under Patterson’s guidance, the Iowa offense was explosive, leading the Big Ten in rushing (217.0 yards/game) and scoring (34.3 points/game) while finishing second in pass efficiency in 1997. Iowa finished the 1997 campaign ranked eighth in the nation in rushing offense and ninth in scoring, and had its highest pass efficiency ranking of any Iowa team since 1985. Patterson was instrumental in Iowa’s success, making the Hawkeyes one of only three Big Ten teams (also Ohio State and Michigan) to play in 14 bowl games during his tenure. Iowa appeared in the Rose Bowl after the 1981, 1985 and 1990 seasons, and made eight consecutive bowl appearances from 1981-88. The success of the Hawkeyes was immediate upon Patterson’s arrival with Fry, evidenced by a Rose Bowl berth in their third season (1981), which was Iowa’s first Rose Bowl appearance since 1958. Iowa ranked third among Big Ten teams in victories from 197998, and was one of three Big Ten teams to win more than 100 games between 1984-98. From 1979-98 the Hawkeyes produced 38 first-team all-Big Ten selections, as well as six special teams first-teamers. Six Hawkeyes were first round NFL draft picks while five others were chosen in the second round and seven more in the third. Patterson directly coached five of Iowa’s top seven career receivers, with the other two playing during his time. Prior to being named offensive coordinator, Patterson coached the Iowa tight ends - two of which, Marv Cook and Jonathan Hayes, enjoyed lengthy NFL careers. Patterson was the last member of Fry’s original Hawkeye staff. His association with Fry began in 1978 as an assistant at North Texas State coaching the defensive secondary. He joined Fry, serving in the same

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football capacity, at Iowa in 1979. He served as recruiting coordinator in 1980 before coaching tight ends in 1981, a segment he coached until he began instructing quarterbacks and receivers in 1989.

Marty Spieler Tight Ends/Co-Special Teams Coordinator Allegheny ‘04 Fourth Season at Buffalo

The 1973 West Point graduate served on the cadet honor committee and was named to the highest-ranking cadet staff while at the Academy. He and his wife, Lisa, have a daughter, Brooke, who earned her doctorate in pharmacy from Purdue University.

Marty Spieler begins his fourth season coaching the tight ends and serving as special teams coordinator. in his first season he coached punt returner Terrell Jackson to an All-MAC First Team selection. Jackson went on to earned All-MAC honorable mention honors in 2011.

Adam Shorter Offensive Line/Run Game Coordinator Cincinnati ‘04 Fourth Season at Buffalo

Tight ends have continued to blossom under Spieler. Jimmy Gordon had 17 receptions in 2012, the most by a UB tight end since 2009.

Adam Shorter begins his fourth season coaching the offensive linemen. He is also the Bulls’ run game coordinator. In 2012, Buffalo featured one of its strongest offensive lines in school history. The Bulls rushed for 2,120 yards – the third highest total in school history and the most as a Division I-A program. Buffalo had three players rush for over 500 yards - also a Division I-A era first. In 2011, as run game coorindator, Shorter helped coach Branden Oliver to a record-breaking season. The sophomore running back rushed for a school-record 1,395 yards and added 13 touchdowns. He served in the same position at Delaware State in 2009. He spent 2008 at Alcorn State, where he was in charge of the offensive line and tight ends. While with the Braves, Shorter was instrumental in the success of 2008 All-Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) offensive lineman Bronson Carvalho. Shorter began his coaching career as a graduate assistant with the University of Cincinnati (2005-2007). Shorter was a four-year letterman at Cincinnati, where he was the team’s starting center. He was the recipient of the John Pease Award as the Bearcats most outstanding offensive lineman as a senior. Shorter appeared in three of Cincinnati’s four bowl appearances during his tenure. He earned a bachelor’s degree in integrated social studies in secondary education in 2004. He also earned a master’s degree in criminal justice from Cincinnati. Shorter, who serves as UB’s equiptment room liaison, acknowledges the contributions to both Mark Dantonio’s and Brian Kelly’s staff at Cincinnati as the program developed into a perennial top 20 team as his proudest accomplishment of his professional life. As well as his role in the development of his players character and competitive greatness which he hopes carries through out their lives. . His hobbies are enjoying the outdoors, movies and spending time with family. Adam and his wife Michelle have two daughters, Audrey and Noelle.

Prior to coming to Buffalo, Spieler spent three seasons as an assistant at Cincinnati. He worked under coach Quinn handling extensive duties with practice and game plans and spent the spring of 2008 as the tight ends coach. Prior to Cincinnati, Spieler spent one season as the offensive tackles and tight ends coach at Allegheny College - his alma mater. He also served as a graduate assistant at Georgia Southern. He enjoys golf and lists earning his masters degree as the proudest moment of his personal life. The statement he feels reflects his life is “to become a success, fight one more round.” He feels that UB offers “the opportunity to promote an atmosphere that our plays will succeed academically, athletically and socially.” Marty and his wife, Angela, have a son, Bryce and a daughter, Riley.

Mike Dietzel Safeties/Co-Special Teams Coordinator Otterbein ‘85 Fourth Season at Buffalo Mike Dietzel returns for his fourth season at Buffalo after coaching four All-MAC players in his first two seasons. Safeties Davonte Shannon and Domonic Cook as well as punt returner Terrell Jackson earned the first-team All-MAC recognition in 2010 and Jackson was named All-MAC Honorable Mention in 2011. In 2012, Dietzel did a tremendous coaching job when injuries struck. When starter Witney Sherry was lost for the season after seven games, seldom-used Derek Brim stepped in and played like an All-MAC safety. Dietzel brought 24 years of coaching experience to Buffalo. He spent the previous seven years as a defensive coach at Western Kentucky, including three seasons as the Hilltoppers’ defensive coordinator. His efforts helped the Hilltoppers finish 16th in the country in 2006 in pass defense while leading the Gateway Football Conference in that category as well as total defense. He also helped WKU post a 7-5 record in 2007, their first season in Division I-A football. Dietzel has some familiarity with the MAC as he spent the 2001 and 2002 seasons as defensive coordinator at Kent State, including helping the Golden Flashes to their first winning season in 14 years in 2001. He also spent seven years at Army, coaching running backs, wide receivers and tight ends during his time there. He was part of the 1996 staff that helped the Cadets go 10-2, the most wins in Army history.

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football He has also had coaching stints at Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins and Earlham. A 1985 graduate of Otterbein with a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education, Dietzel lettered four years, starting three, as a defensive back for the Cardinals. The native of Sharon, PA was selected honorable mention All-Ohio Athletic Conference as a senior.

head coach at Gilmour Academy in Gates Mills, OH. He has worked with several players to prepare them for the Senior Bowl, NFL combine and NFL draft, including Detroit Lions 2010 first-round selection Jahvid Best.

Maurice Linguist

The motto that reflects his life is “quality is never an accident. It is always the result of intelligent effort and willpower. ”

Secondary Baylor ‘06 Second Season at Buffalo

He enjoys fishing and golfing and the proudest moment of his professional life was winning the Commander-in-Chief trophy at Army by defeating Navy in 1996.

Maurice Linguist joined the staff at UB in 2012 following a stay at James Madison, where he has spent the previous three seasons, and had a outstanding playing career at Baylor University.

He and his wife Jennifer have a son, Taylor.

Matt Simon Running Backs Eastern New Mexico ‘76 Third Season at Buffalo Matt Simon enters his third season as running backs coach. He coached Branden Oliver to a recordbreaking season in only his first season as running backs coach. Oliver rushed for a schoolrecord 1,395 yards and added 13 touchdowns on the season. In 2012, Oliver was hampered with injuries issues, but still averaged 117 yards in seven games. True freshman Devin Campbell stepped in and rushed for 502 yards on the season, including 160 yards against Ohio. Simon brought a tremendous resume built upon 11 years of coaching in the National Football League and 18 years at the collegiate level, including serving as the head coach at the University of North Texas for three seasons. Simon began his coaching career at the University of Washington, serving under head coach Don James from 1981-92, a tenure that was highlighted when the Huskies claimed a share of the national championship in 1991. He coached three All-Americans at UW, including running backs Greg Lewis and Napoleon Kaufman. He would go on to serve as offensive coordinator at New Mexico from 1992-94 where his offenses ranked 18th and 10th nationally in his two seasons. He would then be named head coach at the University of North Texas, where in his first season he would lead the Mean Green to the Southland Conference title and earn Conference and AFCA Region 4 Coach of the Year honors.

In his first season at Buffalo, UB’s starting cornerbacks, Najja Johnson and Cortney Lester, ranked first and second in the MAC in interceptions. Johnson had five and Lester had four. UB led the MAC in opponent pass completion percentage (55.4%) and ranked second in the conference in pass defense. In additon, the Bulls ranked fourth in the MAC and 48th nationally in pass efficiency defense - a 53-slot improvement from 2011. Linguist spent three years at James Madison, coaching the safeties, and helped the Dukes to an 8-4 regular season record this past fall and an NCAA playoff appearance. In addition, The Sports Network selected the James Madison 2012 recruiting class as the best in the nation in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). Prior to James Madison, Linguist served as defensive backs and special teams coach at Valdosta (Ga.) State, helping the program to a 9-3 record and a ranking of No. 12 in Division II in 2008. Linguist began his coaching career at his alma mater of Baylor, coaching strong safeties and rover backs as a graduate assistant in 2007. As a senior at Baylor, he was the Bears’ defensive most valuable player as a strong safety, an honorable mention All-Big 12 selection and a second-team conference all-academic honoree. He played in 42 games, starting 24 at Baylor and was a four-year letterwinner for the Bears. He earned a bachelor’s degree in communications and a masters degree in sports management from Baylor. He enjoys reading books on history and leaders. He thinks that the University at Buffalo offers “me an opportunity to work with some of the most respected coached in our profession and offers others an opportunity to compete and develop themselves, socially, physically, spiritually and intellectually.”

After interning for one season with the Denver Broncos in 1998, Simon was named running backs coach with the Baltimore Ravens, where he contributed to tremendous success by the franchise, including helping the Ravens earn a Super Bowl title in 2000. He also helped lead Baltimore to playoff berths in 2001 and 2003, when the Ravens claimed their first AFC North title. With Baltimore he would coach Pro Bowler Jamal Lewis, who in 2003 under Simon’s tutelage, would post the second-highest rushing total in NFL history when he rushed for 2,066 yards and scored 14 touchdowns. His success with running backs would continue when he spent the 200708 seasons with the San Diego Chargers. There he would help LaDainian Tomlinson to his second NFL rushing title, while fumbling just once, and also tutored Pro Bowl fullback Lorenzo Neal and Darren Sproles, who would earn a Pro Bowl alternate invite as a return specialist. He has spent the past two years as a professional football consultant and

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Zachary Duval Head Strength Coach

Keegan Jones Graduate Assistant

Holman Copeland Graduate Assistant

Greg Meyer Graduate Assistant

Jordan Brown Graduate Assistant

Scott Pilkey Director of HS Relations

Paul Bittar Dir. of Football Operations

Jonathan Barnum Video Coordinator

Nick Mouyeos Head Football Athletic Trainer

Dave Borsuk Equipment Room Manager

Megan Prunty Equipment Room Manager

Julie O’Neill Administrative Assistant

Chip Francoforte Administrative Assistant for Recruiting

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DL • Sr./Sr. 6-5 • 273 Tuolumne, CA Summerville

DB • Jr./So. 5-10 • 181 Tampa, FL Robinson

Natey Adjei

Beau Bachtelle

Marqus Baker

Hoof Prints: Speedy receiver who transfered from City Collge of San Francisco...Selected with the 22nd pick in the 2013 CFL Draft...can bench press 380 lbs. and squat 600 lbs...major is sociology.

Hoof Prints: With the departure of Steven Means and Wyatt Cahill, he will likely challenge for a starting role in 2013. Transfered from Modesto Junior College...major is sociology.

Hoof Prints: Speedy athlete from outstanding high school program... had a strong finish to the 2012 season...chose Buffalo for the academics, the players and the coaching staff...major is business administration.

Junior (2012): Earned a spot on kick coverage for the final seven games of the season... carried the ball once against Massachusetts (11/7).

Junior (2012): Was a major part of the defensive line rotation, playing in all 12 games... made 11 tackles (three solo)... had five total tackles (two solo) against Kent State (9/19).

Redshirt-Freshman (2012): Played in all 12 games... had 17 tackles (13 solo) and six pass breakups on the season...had two or more tackles in six games...had three tackles, including a tackle for loss at Northern Illinois (10/13)...had three tackles and four pass breakups against Miami (OH) (11/3).

Previous School: Played two seasons at City College of San Francisco where he won a Northern California championship in 2010 and loss in the national championship game in 2011.

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Okezie Alozie DB • So./So. 6-0 • 208 Bethlehem, PA Freedom Hoof Prints: Saw significant action as a true freshman...will challenge for a starting role in 2013... major is exercise science. 2012: Started as a special teams ace and eventually found his way in to the defensive secondary, playing in 10 games as a true freshman... made five total tackles. High School: Team captain for head coach Jason Roeder who led his team to 8-3 record and district playoff berth in 2011 ... top player on a defensive unit that recorded a school-record five shutouts in 2011 ... rushed for 1,167 yards(7.3 yds per carry) and 18 TD’s as a senior; caught passes for an additional 189 yards; key player in an offense that averaged 38 points per game ... recorded 60 tackles, 9 deflections, 2 interceptions, 5 forced fumbles, and 6 fumble recoveries; returned two turnovers for TD’s...Lehigh Valley All-Star 1st Team(DB), Allentown Morning Call All-Area 1st Team (Athlete), Lehigh Valley Express Times All-Area 1st Team (DB) ... parents are Bertram and Lucy Alozie.

Previous School: Transfer from Modesto Junior College where he was named first team allconference this past fall ... given the “Iron Pirate Award” for his dedication off the field and the “Pirate Pride” award as the most impactful player for coach Sam Young ... team captain ... first-team all-conference and all-area player at Summerville HS for coach Ben Watson ... had 63 tackles while helping team to a 10-2 record as a senior ... named Conference Lineman of the Year as a senior and was team captain ... son of Jeff and Kerry Bachtelle.

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Jesse Back OL • Jr./So. 6-4 • 294 Cincinnati, OH LaSalle Hoof Prints: Physical, tough lineman who will battle for playing time in 2013...chose Buffalo “because he liked the players, the coaches and everything the city and school has to offer.” Redshirt-Freshman (2012): Worked with the scout teams. Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Helped his LaSalle team to its best season in school history as a senior, finishing with a 9-2 record and a league title…did not allow a sack in his senior year…earned three letters and was a captain as a senior for coach Tom Grippa…also earned three letters on the track and field team…his high school team played Cedar Hill (TX) on national television. Personal: Born September 30, 1992...son of Stephen and Victoria...has two sisters, Linda and Becca...enjoys skiing and camping...his greatest athletic influence is his high school coach, Tom Doerger, who taught him not to be afraid and to embrace pain...best advice he ever received is to play with passion, not emotion.

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Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Played running back (averaging over 17 yards on 10 carries) and cornerback at Robinson HS…had 58 tackles, two interceptions, nine pass breakups and two forced fumbles as a senior…named All-Conference while earning three letters as the Knights went 20-6 and reached the state semifinals in both his junior and senior seasons.

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Gabriel Barbe OL • Jr./Jr. 6-6 • 296 Montreal, Quebec CEGEP Du Vieux Hoof Prints: Has seen action in 2011 and 2012 and will challenge for a starting role in 2013...chose Buffalo because of the players and he felt that the “atmosphere is great”…has spent time as an overseas volunteer in Guatemala...major is business administration. Sophomore (2012): Played in three games... served as a member of the scout team. Freshman (2011): Appeared in 10 games, primarily in special teams formations. High School: Powerful athlete who comes to Buffalo from CEGEP du Vieux in Montreal where he started at offensive tackle from 2009-10, earning first-team AllStar honors twice and aided his team to the Quebec Province Championship in 2009, which he considers his greatest athletic experience…selected as the Linemen of the Year for College Saint-Sacrament in 2008.

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Dalton Barksdale DL • Sr./Jr. 6-3 • 304 Detroit, MI Cass Technical

Hoof Prints: Athletic defensive line prospect who will challenge for a starting role in 2013...his brother, Joseph, was a three-year starter at LSU and an All-SEC selection...major is mathematics. Sophomore (2012): Played in 11 games as a defensive line reserve... totaled 12 tackles (three solo, 0.5 for loss). Redshirt Freshman (2011): Appeared in five games... provided depth for the scout team. Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: An All-Metro and All-City selection at Cass Tech...member of the National Honor Society... Scout.com ranked him among the Top 150 defensive end recruits in the nation after he recorded 12 tackles for loss in his senior season.

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Tomarris bell DB • Sr./Sr. 5-11 • 206 Rochester, NY McQuaid

Hoof Prints: Worked his way onto the special teams unit in 2012 - his first season with the team...also a member of the UB track & field team...major is business administration. Junior (2012): Played in ten games on special teams, playing with the kick coverage teams.

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Brandon Berry DB • So./Fr. 6-0 • 205 Detroit, MI Cass Technical

Hoof Prints: Hard-hitting safety who redshirted his freshman season...major is communication. Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

High School: Three year letterwinner at Cass Tech for head coach Thomas Wilcher ... ESPN Recruiting pegs him among top 50 recruits in Michigan and lauds his ability to help in run defense ... led team with 12 tackles for loss and added seven sacks, three interceptions (one for a touchdown) and blocked a punt ... rushed 25 times for 145 yds and 2 TDs (2011) ... helped his team to consecutive District and Regional Championships (2010 & 2011) and the Detroit Public School League title and Division One state title (2011) ... parents are Felesha Ramson and Kyle Berry.

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Robert Blodgett OL • Jr./So. 6-5 • 307 Lima, NY Honeoye Falls-Lima

Hoof Prints: Physical, tough lineman who will battle for a starting role in 2013...chose Buffalo for the academics and football program...major is exercise science. Sophomore (2012): Did not play in any games... served as a member of the scout team. Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Outstanding two-way lineman who earned six varsity letters at HFL for head coach Don Hoyt…earned All-Greater Rochester honors, AllCounty and Rochester Democrat and Chronicle “Super 22” kudos…helped team to a a league title as a sophomore and to an 11-4 record his final two seasons… as a defender had 33 tackles and 6.5 sacks…has also earned three letters as a center on the basketball team where he has been an All-County selection and named Player of the Week in Rochester.

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Andrew Borruso OL • So./Fr. 6-1 • 285 Oceanside, NY Oceanside

Hoof Prints: A walk-on who will add depth on the offensive line...major is business administration.

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Derek Brim DB • Sr./Jr. 6-0 • 199 Buffalo, NY Canisius

Hoof Prints: Former walk-on and former WNY standout...moved to defensive back in 2011 after originally playing wide receiver. Sophomore (2012): Stepped in as an injury replacement, making the final five starts of the season for the team while playing in all 12 games as a safety... made 47 tackles for the season (33 solo)... made seven unassisted tackles against Pittsburgh, including one tackle for loss (10/20)... set a career high with nine tackles against Toledo (10/27), then followed it up with a new high of ten tackles the next week against Miami (OH) (11/3)... made seven tackles and broke up a pass against Massachusetts (11/17). Redshirt Freshman (2011): Played in 10 games for the team, serving as a backup defensive back and a defender on the return coverage... made two solo tackles against Stony Brook (9/10). Freshman (2010): Spent the season working with the scout team. Brim’s Career Statistics Year Solo Ast TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int FR FF 2011 7 2 9 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2012 33 14 47 2-7 0-0 0 0 0 Totals 40 16 56 2-7 0-0 0 0 0

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Boomer Brock FB • Sr./Sr. 5-10 • 260 Elma, NY Iroquois

Hoof Prints: Walk-on who will provide depth at the fullback position...major is sociology. Junior (2012): Played in two games before ending his season with an injury. Sophomore (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Played for coach Blount at Oceanside, earning three letters and serving as captain for one season... All State, and All-Long Island honoree.

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Devin Campbell RB • So./So. 5-11 • 205 Youngstown, OH Boardman

Hoof Prints: Stepped in as a true freshman to rank second on the team in rushing in 2012... chose UB because he honestly felt as though he belonged here and the experience and dedication of the entire coaching staff...major is legal studies. Freshman (2012): Emerged as one of the top true freshman in the conference, making an impact right away with 502 yards rushing, 176 yards receiving and three total touchdowns as an injury replacement... played in 11 games, making three starts... in his first career start, he rushed 30 times for 160 yards and a touchdown on the road at Ohio (10/6)... cracked the century mark again with 104 yards on 19 carries against Pittsburgh (10/20)... hauled in a short pass and took it 42 yards to the house for a score against Toledo (10/27)... came in as an injury replacement and led the team to a 29-24 win over Western Michigan, rushing 22 times for 107 yards and a season-long 45 touchdown run (11/10)... named the team’s Newcomer of the Year. High School: An All-County, All League and AllOhio selection who rushed for 1,230 yards (8.0 yards per carry) and added 34 receptions for 567 yards ... accounted for a total of 24 touchdowns ... three-year letterwinner ... qualified for the nationals in indoor track (New Balance Elite Qualifier) ... son of Brenda Shell and Ed Campbell. Campbell’s Career Statistics Year Att Yards Avg TD Long 2012 115 534 4.4 2 45 Totals 115 534 4.4 2 45

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Jasen Carlson

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OL • Sr./Sr. 6-2 • 326 Jamestown, NY Southwestern

Hoof Prints: Strong offensive lineman with good blocking skills...great combination of speed and strength...Entering third season as starter...major is sociology. Junior (2012): Was a pillar of the offensive line, which proved that it isn’t who has the ball in his hands, but rather who is clearing the way for him... started in all 12 games... despite injuries to a handful of key offensive playmakers for much of the season, he helped lead a group that improved the

team’s total offensive yardage from 2011 and helped pave the way for 2,120 rushing yards... three separate Bulls were able to surpass the 500-yard rushing mark... earned the team’s Offensive Line UBelieve Award. Sophomore (2011): Played in seven games, starting the last four of the season, beginning against Temple. Freshman (2010): Appeared in seven games, starting one... earned his first career start against Temple (10/23). High School: Overpowering blocker in high school who helped his team to back-to-back state titles while pulling off the rare occurrence of twice earning New York State Class C Player of the Year honors as a lineman…twice was recognized with Western New York’s “Trench Trophy,” symbolic of the best interior lineman in Section VI…twice named first-team All-WNY and first-team All State…was the state defensive MVP of the playoffs as a junior…a strong, physical, athletic interior lineman according to UB coaches…the Trojans under Jay Sirianni were 42-4 with Carlson in the lineup over four years…also lettered in basketball and track and field.

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K • Jr./Jr. 6-2 • 193 New Castle, DE Delaware Military Academy/Hargrave Hoof Prints: Earned the starting kicker job late in his freshman season... chose Buffalo for the campus, the coaches and the academics...major is legal studies.

Previous School: An accomplished football and soccer player…spent one season at prep school at Hargrave Military Academy where he helped his team to an undefeated record…at the national championship combine he went 10-for-10 on field goals between 30 and 52 yards…in high school, he recorded 16 touchbacks on kickoffs…as a soccer player, he was a first-team All-State selection in 2008-09, recording 40 goals and 33 assists in his three-year career. Clarke’s Career Statistics Year FGM-FGA 2011 6-6 2012 11-15 Totals 17-21

Pct. Long PAT Pct. 100.0 49 10-10 100.0 73.3 49 28-29 96.5 80.9 49 38-39 97.4

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Dan Collura

OL • So./Fr. 6-6 • 286 Elkridge, MD Dematha Catholic Hoof Prints: Strong offensive lineman who will challenge for playing time in 2013... wants to become a chemical engineer... noted for his outstanding work ethic by his coaching staff...major is accounting. Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Named his team’s Unsung Hero for coach Elijah Brooks on the powerhouse DeMatha Catholic team (winners of 19 conference championships) ... second-team Washington Catholic choice ... joins Kendric Hawkins and current Bull Kendall Patterson as DeMatha products that chose Buffalo... son of Joe and Kelly Collura.

Sophomore (2012): Converted on 11 of 15 field goal attempts for the season... also served as the starter on kickoffs, recording 13 touchbacks... made four field goals from over 40 yards... was successful on his first four field goals and six of his first seven attempts of the season... hit a pair of field goals against Pittsburgh (10/20)... hit field goals from 49 and 47 yards, with the 47 yarder coming as time expired to give the Bulls a 27-24 win over Miami (OH) (11/3)... named MAC Special Teams Player of the Week on Nov. 5... had a season-best 11 points after hitting three field goals and adding a pair of extra points in a win over Western Michigan (11/10). Freshman (2011): Used his strong leg for the team’s kickoffs... took over as the main field-goal kicker in the final three games of the season and was dominant, hitting all six of his field goals and all 10 of his extra points... made his first career field goal on a 43-yard attempt against Eastern Michigan (11/12)... hit three field goals, including a career-long of 49 yards (tied for ninth-longest in program history), and racked up 15 points in a blowout win over Akron (11/19)... knocked in two field goals (27 and 31 yards) in the season finale against Bowling Green (11/25).

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Andre Davis

All-MAC Candidate

Hoof Prints: Tall, strong-armed quarterback who will challenge for the quarterback job in 2013...chose Buffalo because it has his major and the coaching staff... major is early childhood education.

Hoof Prints: Made the move to offensive line after initially being recruited as a defensive tackle...suffered a knee injury that saw him redshirt his freshman year... has played both guard and tackle...major is sociology.

Sophomore (2012): Served as the team’s holder for the placekicker... attempted two passes for the season, including his first career completion on a fourth-and-eight botched field goal snap, a tenyard strike against Miami (OH) where he also drew a roughing the passer penalty that helped to set up a touchdown drive in a last-second win (11/3)... also stepped in as a wildcat QB for a snap against the Redhawks, rushing for seven yards.

Sophomore (2012): Was a pillar of the offensive line, which proved that it isn’t who has the ball in his hands, but rather who is clearing the way for him... started in all 12 games... despite injuries to a handful of key offensive playmakers for much of the season, he helped lead a group that improved the team’s total offensive yardage from 2011 and helped pave the way for 2,120 rushing yards... three separate Bulls were able to surpass the 500-yard rushing mark... earned the team’s Workhorse Award, given to the player who played the most snaps for the team.

Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Helped his team to a regional title and holds the school record for career passing yards and passing completions in a season...a three-year letterwinner who was captain his senior year and earned the team’s scholar-athlete award…ESPN Recruiting has him as the 102nd ranked quarterback prospect in the nation…helped the Spartans to a sub-regional title in his senior season and has also earned four letters for his school’s basketball squad.

Redshirt Freshman (2011): Made a successful transition from the defensive line to a pillar on the offensive trenches, starting in all 12 games... helped clear the way for Branden Oliver’s program-record 1,395 yards rushing and 13 rushing touchdowns... helped the team average 155 rushing yards per game (4.3 per rush), boosting the team’s 2010 total of 113 rushing yards per game and 3.1 yards per carry... the team’s total of 1,860 yards rushing are the ninth most in a single season in program history... also helped in the passing game, improving on the 2010 total (from 184 ypg to 210 ypg)... helped Chazz Anderson set the program’s Division I record for passing yards in a single game as he threw for 404 yards against Northern Illinois (10/22)... helped Branden Oliver set the Division I record for rushing yards in a single game (235) against Akron (11/19). Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: A two-time all-conference performer who had 36 tackles, six sacks, a blocked field goal and a defensive touchdown in his senior season, despite playing just 3.5 games…UB coaches describe him as a strong player who has good body control…one of four Western New York players to sign in the 2010 class…also earned multiple letters in basketball… listed UB’s nationally-ranked Business Program as one of the key factors in his college decision.

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Alex Dennison

Hoof Prints: Originally a quarterback, moved to tight end midway through the 2010 season...the winning attitude attracted him to Buffalo. Junior (2012): Played in all 12 games and started four... had six catches for 64 yards on the season... had three receptions for 21 yards at Georgia (9/1)... had catches against Morgan State (9/8), Miami (OH) (11/3) and Massachusetts (11/17). Sophomore (2011): In his first full season at tight end, he recorded five catches for 75 yards and a touchdown... took a pass 57 yards for the score on the team’s first offensive play of the game against Stony Brook (9/10)... hauled in a career-best three catches that went for 17 total yards against Akron (11/19). Redshirt Freshman (2010): Used his athleticism to offer the Buffalo coaching staff flexibility, seeing time at quarterback, tight end and coverage specialist on kickoffs and punt returns... Served as backup quarterback for the early part of the season, totaling four completions for 30 yards... excelled at running at the quarterback position, gaining 59 yards on the ground and a 5.9 yards per carry average... had three total tackles and found an increased role on special teams as the season progressed. Freshman (2009): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: A three-year letterwinner for head coach Don Conwell at Norwin High School...his first season as a starter he threw for 1,310 yards, 17 TDs and led Norwin to a 7-4 record...named All-Conference, East Elite and Pittsburgh Fab 22 his senior year...a three sport athlete for the Knights, he also competed on the basketball and volleyball teams.

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LB • So./Fr. 6-5 • 234 Greensburg, PA Greensburg Salem

TE • Sr./Sr. 6-5 • 255 Patchogue Patchogue-Medford

Cordero Dixon

Hoof Prints: UB coaches describe him as a deep threat that can stretch the field, an explosive playmaker with game-breaking abilities...major is early childhood education. Sophomore (2012): Appeared in all 12 games and made eight starts... made 10 catches for 96 yards for the season... pulled in three catches for 37 yards at Ohio (10/6)... stood in as the team’s main punt returner, taking 10 punts for 31 yards. Redshirt Freshman (2011): Appeared in three games... provided depth for the scout team. Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Helped his team to a 12-1 record as a senior…a tall, rangy receiver…ranked among the Top 150 wide receivers in the nation by ESPN…had 32 receptions as a senior averaging nearly 12 yards per catch...also averaged 9.5 yards per punt and 36.5 yards per kickoff return.

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John Dunmore

WR • Sr./Jr. 6-0 • 178 Syracuse, NY Christian Brothers Academy Hoof Prints: Originally a walk-on...awarded a scholarship prior to 2013 season...who provides good length while emerging as a wide receiver. Sophomore (2012): Stepped up and gave a memorable performance for a pair of games when the Bulls were riddled by midseason injuries... played in five games for the team... caught three passes for 34 yards in his UB debut against Northern Illinois (10/13)... followed it up with a gritty effort against Pittsburgh, catching a game-high seven passes for 72 yards (10/20).

Waylon Fink

Jimmy Gordon

Hoof Prints: Large linebacker prospect who will challenge for playing time after redshirting last season... UB coaches describe him as having a high motor, aggressive mentality and the ability to chase down plays from behind...major is environmental studies.

Hoof Prints: A strong, flexible and powerful tight end who came on at the close of the 2010 season…a versatile player who played tight end, defensive end and fullback in high school... chose Buffalo for the teammates and surroundings...major is sociology.

Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

Junior (2012): Was a do-everything standout for the Bulls, playing in all 12 games while making 10 starts... was a mainstay on special teams in both kick returns and kick coverage, returning three kicks for 51 yards and making three tackles in coverage... caught 17 passes for 262 yards, the fourth most on the team, and a pair of touchdowns as the team’s tight end... made three catches for 63 yards in the season opener against Georgia (9/1)... caught two passes for 23 yards and a touchdown against Morgan State (9/8)... pulled down a touchdown to help fuel the team’s comeback win over Massachusetts (11/17)... earned the UBelieve Tight End Award.

High School: Was named All-Conference on both sides of the ball as a defensive end and a tight end for head coach Casey Cavanaugh ... defensively, he accumulated 15 sacks, 26.5 tackles for loss and accounted for three defensive touchdowns ... had 14 catches for 390 yards and five touchdowns on offense... a Pittsburgh Tribune Review Terrific 25 selection ... was selected to play in the Pennsylvania EastWest All-Star game ... starting center on basketball team.

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Nick Gilbo

LB • Jr./So. 6-1 • 220 Port Henry, NY Moriah Central Hoof Prints: Originally a walk-on...awarded a scholarship prior to 2013 season...who will look to add depth to the linebacker corps...major is business administration. Sophomore (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

Sophomore (2011): Was given the starting position due to injuries and he capitalized with a solid season, appearing in every game and making seven starts... made five catches for 44 yards for the season... made two catches for 12 yards in the season opener against Pittsburgh (9/3)... had a season-long catch of 15 yards against UConn (9/24)... caught two passes for 17 yards against Akron (11/19). Redshirt-Freshman (2010): Appeared in seven games... broke out in the final game of the season, catching a game-high five passes for 54 yards against Akron (11/26). Freshman (2009): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: A four-year letterwinner for head coach James Chiarello at Patchogue-Medford High School...as a tight end, had seven catches for 85 yards his senior season...as a defensive end, had 46 solo tackles, eight sacks and 12 pass deflections as a senior...named All-State and All-Long Island as a senior...a two-time All-County selection...runner up for the Zellner Award - awarded to the best lineman in Suffolk County. Gordon’s Career Statistics Year Receiving Avg. TD Long 2010 5-54 10.8 0 19 2011 5-44 8.8 0 15 2012 17-162 9.5 2 38 Totals 27-260 9.6 2 38

Redshirt Freshman (2011): Did not appear in any games... provided depth for the scout team. Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

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Tyler Grassman P • So./So. 6-1 • 195 Columbus, OH Gahanna Lincoln

Hoof Prints: Was the Bulls starting punter as a true freshman and is expected to be the starter in 2013... major is business administration. Freshman (2012): Continued to develop as the team’s punter, recording 80 punts for the season... averaged 35.4 yards per kick, with a 32.8 net average... made four punts of 50 or more yards, including a season high of 58 at Northern Illinois (10/13)... pinned 19 kicks inside the opponent’s 20 yard line and had only three touchbacks... forced 28 fair catches. High School: Tremendous all-around athlete who played quarterback, safety, wide receiver, punter and kicker his senior season for coach John Snoad ... was named Ohio Capital Conference Player of the Year and first team All District ... ESPN ranks him the 33rd best kicking prospect in the country ... set school passing records as well as kicking records (72-yard punt and field goals made in a career with 32) ... member of his high school DECA business marketing program, which was ranked first in the country ... son of Jim and Beth Grassman. Grassman’s Career Statistics Year No. Yards Avg. Long I20 2012 80 2,828 35.3 58 19 Totals 80 2,828 35.3 58 19

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Dillon Guy

OL • Jr./Jr. 6-4 • 320 Hamilton, Ontario Waterdown District Hoof Prints: Started six games as a true freshman in 2011... chose Buffalo because of the team and the family atmosphere...major is communication. Sophomore (2012): Played in ten games, as one of the team’s top offensive lineman reserves... served as a member of the scout team. Freshman (2011): Was an instant difference maker as a true freshman and appeared in 11, starting six games on the offensive line... helped clear the way for Branden Oliver’s program-record 1,395 yards rushing and 13 rushing touchdowns... helped the team average 155 rushing yards per game (4.3 per rush), boosting the team’s 2010 total of 113 rushing yards per game and 3.1 yards per carry... the team’s total of 1,860 yards rushing are the ninth most in a

single season in program history... also helped in the passing game, improving on the 2010 total (from 184 ypg to 210 ypg)... helped Chazz Anderson set the program’s Division I record for passing yards in a single game as he threw for 404 yards against Northern Illinois (10/22)... helped Branden Oliver set the Division I record for rushing yards in a single game (235) against Akron (11/19). High School: Physical Canadian lineman, who has extensive experience after having been a part of Canada’s World team, where he was chosen as a captain and starter, as well as Champlain College, where he was a first team all-star and lineman of the year in his single season there....twice a captain at Waterdown HS, where he was chosen as the area’s Lineman of the Year.

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Ed Harof

TE • Sr./Sr. 6-2 • 219 Williamsville, NY Clarence Hoof Prints: Walk on who will add depth at the tight end position...major is biochemistry. Junior (2012): Worked with the scout team.

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Okoye Houston DB • Sr./Sr. 6-0 • 209 Greenville, SC Woodmont

Hoof Prints: A veteran safety and special teams stalwart ...UB coaches describe him as a physical player who is very aggressive at contact...major is international trade. Junior (2012): Played in all 12 games and made eight starts... tallied 27 tackles... made four tackles, including a sack, at home against Kent State (9/19)... made three solo stops, including one for loss, against Northern Illinois (10/13)... made three tackles and returned an interception 28 yards in a win at Massachusetts (11/17)... named the team’s Special Teams MVP. Sophomore (2011): Stepped in as a starter in his second season at UB, appearing in every game... made 35 tackles (24 solo, one for loss)... made four tackles and made an interception against Miami (OH) (10/29)... had a season high four solo tackles against Eastern Michigan (11/12). Freshman (2010): Stepped in to the safety position admirably when senior Domonic Cook moved over

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to cornerback... had 15 total tackles, including nine solo... had a season-high three solo tackles and a tackle for loss against Akron (11/26). High School: Outstanding defensive prospect who earned All-Conference and All-State honors in South Carolina…participated in the 2010 South Carolina All Star game…ranked the 140th best safety in the nation by ESPN, while Rivals.com has him among the best 80 cornerbacks in the country…played outside linebacker, cornerback and safety for coach Richard Schrader…had seven interceptions and 10 pass breakups as a senior…also credited with blocking four kicks in his career and also served as punt and kick returner. Houston’s Career Statistics Year Solo Ast TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int FR FF 2010 9 6 15 1-9 0-0 0 0 0 2011 24 11 35 1-1 0-0 1 0 0 2012 11 16 27 3-11 1-2 1 0 0 Totals 44 33 77 5-21 1-2 2 0 0

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Devon Hughes WR • Sr./Jr. 6-0 • 188 Tyrone, GA Sandy Creek

Hoof Prints: A playmaking wide receiver who emerged as a prominent target last season... chose UB for the shared commitment to athletics and academics...major is communication. Sophomore (2012): Played in nine games, starting in four... ranked second on the team in catches, with 23... his catches went for 228 yards and one touchdown... made two catches for 57 yards against Kent State (9/19)... caught a touchdown pass in a road game at Ohio (10/6)... set a pair of career highs with nine catches for 105 yards at Northern Illinois (10/13). Redshirt Freshman (2011): Appeared in 10 games with one start... 18 total catches for 123 yards... had four catches for 33 yards and a touchdown in a win over Stony Brook (9/10)... hauled in a career-best five catches for 33 yards in his first career start against Eastern Michigan (11/12). Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season. High School: A first-team All-Region player who helped his Sandy Creek team to the state championship in 2009 for coach Chip Walker…UB staff says he has great hands, speed and body control…an explosive player who has been a difference maker in his career…had 37 receptions for 600 yards and six touchdowns while earning All-County honors…also lettered in basketball and track. Hughes’ Career Statistics Year Receiving Avg. 2011 18-123 6.8 2012 23-228 9.9 Totals 41-351 8.6

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Jordon Johnson RB • So./Fr. 6-0 • 233 Amherst, NY Sweet Home

Hoof Prints: Local product who adds depth at running back after a standout high school career at quarterback...chose UB because it was close to home and the coaching staff seemed like a good fit...major is communication. Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.net average. High School: Outstanding athlete who played in the shadows of the UB Campus at nearby Sweet Home High School for head coach John Faller ... the Class A State Player of the Year as both a junior and senior and a first-team All-WNY and All-State honoree ... a Connolly Cup finalist (Western New York’s top player) ... team captain who was 33-2 with three Class A titles in his career ... at QB, rushed for 1,365 yards and 22 TDs while throwing for 830 yards with nine TDs ... also averaged 42.0 yards on kickoffs returns ... had three interceptions at DB, including a 65-yard return for a score vs. Aquinas ... son of Tameka Crout.

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Najja Johnson

All-MAC Candidate

DB • Sr./Sr . 6-0 • 187 Atlanta, GA Marietta

Hoof Prints: Has blossomed into one of the top defensive backs in the MAC...led the MAC in interceptions in 2012 with five...named to the 2013 Jim Thorpe Award Watch List...originally a walk on...major is social studies. Junior (2012): Continued to grow as a premiere cornerback, starting in all 12 games for the team... led the team and the Mid-American Conference in interceptions, with five, which ranked 13th nationally... finished second among UB’s defensive secondary players in tackles, with 43 (27 solo)... made a pair of tackles and picked off a pass against Kent State (9/19)... stunted a potential scoring drive with an acrobatic interception on the road against Ohio, also adding in four tackles (10/6)... picked off a pass in the closing seconds to help the Bulls seal a win over Massachusetts (11/17)... made the SportsCenter Top 10 with a jaw-dropping interception in the season finale at Bowling Green, adding a second interception and a season-high seven tackles against the Falcons (11/23). Sophomore (2011): Earned the starting cornerback job in the preseason and posted outstanding num-

bers, including 39 tackles (31 solo)... started in all 12 games for the team... led the Mid-American Conference with 15 pass breakups, which also ranked nationally... had three tackles (one for loss) against Pittsburgh (9/3)... broke up a career-high four passes and made four tackles against Ball State (9/17)... set a career high with seven total tackles and added three breakups against Tennessee (10/1)... recorded his first interception of the season against Akron, picking off a pass in the endzone and returning it out 31 yards (11/19). Redshirt Freshman (2010): Made three tackles for the season, two solo. Freshman (2009): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. Johnson’s Career Statistics Year Solo Ast TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int FR FF 2010 2 1 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2011 31 8 39 1-3 0-0 1 0 0 2012 27 16 43 0.5-3 0-0 5 0 0 Totals 60 25 85 1.5-6 0-0 6 0 0

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John Kling

OL • Jr./So. 6-7 • 305 Cheektowaga, NY Depew Hoof Prints: Mammoth offensive line prospect who has starred in three sports for the Wildcats of Depew... chose Buffalo for the “opportunity to get a great education and play college football at the highest possible level”... major is exercise science. Sophomore (2012): Played in one game (Morgan State) ... served as a member of the scout team. Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Earned three letters for coach Dan McGrath and was named an All-League selection for three seasons…has also earned multiple letters on the track and field team (winning the league shot put title) and wrestling.

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Carlos Lammons DB • Sr./Sr. 5-8 • 175 Pahokee, FL Pahokee

Hoof Prints: An aggressive cornerback who can make plays...expected to challenge for starting role after starting several games last year...ranked the 44th best safety prospect in the country by ESPN. com out of high school...cousin of Arizona Cardinals

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wide receiver Anquan Boldin...chose UB because “it’s a great school and athletes graduate with degrees.”.. major is early childhood education. Junior (2012): Played in 10 games and made one start... totaled 19 tackles (12 solo)... made four solo stops in his lone start of the season, a win over Miami (OH) (11/3). Sophomore (2011): Appeared in 10 games as a reserve defensive back and special teams member... had seven total tackles for the season (five solo)... made three solo tackles in a win over Akron (11/19). Redshirt Freshman (2010): Added depth to the secondary, totaling 19 tackles (15 solo)... started four games...had three solo tackles against Rhode Island (9/2)...started and had three tackles against Connecticut (9/25)...had a season-high four tackles against Northern Illinois (10/16). Freshman (2008): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: A four-year letterwinner for head coach Blaze Thompson at Pahokee High School...had 85 tackles, including 15 tackles for loss his senior season...helped the Blue Devils win four conference titles and three state championships...named All-Area... selected to play in the Outback Steakhouse High School All-Star Game. Lammons’ Career Statistics Year Solo Ast TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int FR FF 2010 15 4 19 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2011 5 2 7 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2012 12 7 19 1-6 0-0 0 1 0 Totals 32 13 45 1-6 0-0 0 1 0

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Fred Lee

WR • Sr./Sr. 6-2 • 205 Chester, SC Chester Hoof Prints: A very athletic receiver with great hands and good length...earned a starting role in 2012 before battling injuries throughout the season. Junior (2012): Despite missing six games due to injury, he posted a career high in receiving yards with 261 on just 17 catches (an average of 15.4 per catch)... pulled in three passes for 36 yards and an acrobatic touchdown late in the game to lead the team to a win over Miami (OH) (11/3)... caught a season-high five passes for 70 yards against Western Michigan (11/10)... set a new career high with 93 yards receiving on three catches, including a long of 44 yards, in a win at Massachusetts (11/17). Sophomore (2011): Came on late in the season as an injury replacement, making 18 of his 20 total catches in the last six games of the season... totaled 139 yards receiving with two touchdowns in his 11 games... had a career day against Akron, setting new career highs in catches (6), yards receiving (52)

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four pass breakups... had a season-high seven solo tackles and also recorded a sack against Tennessee (10/1)... picked off a pass in the end zone to preserve a 38-37 victory for Buffalo against East division rival Ohio (10/8)... broke up two passes and made nine total tackles against Northern Illinois (10/22)... ended the season with an interception with three tackles against Bowling Green (11/25). Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Selected to play in the Broward County All-Star game after recording 31 receptions for 500 yards and six touchdowns as a senior…possesses explosive speed and has been a two-time state qualifier in the 800- and 1,600-meter relay teams at Everglades…helped lead his team to an undefeated regular season while claiming district and regional titles…an excellent student, he also excelled as a kick returner…UB coaches love his speed and elusiveness, feeling he is a threat to score every time he touches the ball.

WNY’s top player…Buffalo News Player of the Year and Class A New York State Player of Year…also selected to the 2010 WNY all-academic team and earned the Ron Jaworski Award as well…set school records for passing yards in a game (492), season (2,573) and career (6,671)…a two-time captain who led his team to a sectional title and a 16-3 record over his final two seasons for coach Kraig Kurzanski…ESPN Recruiting lists him among the top 80 quarterback prospects in the nation…as a shooting guard on the Billies basketball team, Licata also broke the WNY record for three-pointers in a career (with over 300)….has volunteered his time to work with special needs children. Licata’s Career Statistics Year Comp Att Int Pct Yds TD Long 2012 86 163 3 52.8 1,045 7 44 Totals 86 163 3 52.8 1,045 7 44

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Lee’s Career Statistics Year Receiving Avg. TD Long 2010 8-82 10.2 0 30 2011 20-139 6.9 2 14 2012 17-261 15.4 1 44 Totals 45-482 10.8 3 44

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Cortney Lester DB • Sr./Jr. 6-0 • 182 Miramar, FL Everglades

Hoof Prints: Originally recruited as a wide receiver, but moved to cornerback in 2011 and played quite well... his father played football at MAC member Ball State...staff feels he has great ball skills and explosive athletic ability...major is early childhood education. Sophomore (2012): Continued to develop into a lock-down corner, making 39 tackles (22 solo) and 10 passes defended... his four interceptions for the season ranked second in the MAC, behind only teammate Najja Johnson (with five)... totaled seven tackles (four solo) in the season opener at Georgia (9/1)... made five tackles and broke up a pair of passes on the road at Ohio (10/6)... ... became the first player in Buffalo’s Division I-A era to record three interceptions in a game, helping UB to a 29-24 win over Western Michigan (11/10)... made an interception and walked the sideline tightrope to return it 23 yards for a touchdown against Toledo (10/27)... he was named the MAC East Division Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts in the WMU game... he was one of seven players in the nation to have three interceptions in a game in 2012. Redshirt Freshman (2011): Earned the starting cornerback position in the preseason and proved to be the team’s most important newcomers... led all cornerbacks on the team with 54 tackles (34 solo)... led the team with two interceptions and also had

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Year Solo Ast TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int FR FF 2011 34 20 54 2-10 1-9 2 0 0 2012 22 17 39 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 Totals 56 37 93 2-10 1-9 6 0 0

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Joe Licata

QB • Jr./So. 6-2 • 226 Williamsville, NY Williamsville South Hoof Prints: The most decorated quarterback in WNY history, setting the all-time record with 87 career touchdown passes, including 36 in his junior season... will challenge for the starting job in 2012...chose Buffalo for the coaching staff and to play in front of his family and friends...major is history. Redshirt-Freshman (2012): Came into the season as the team’s backup, but earned the final four starts of the season and led the team to a 3-1 record in those games... played in nine games total... threw for 1,045 yards and seven touchdowns for the season... his first career pass attempt was about as good as it gets, finding Alex Neutz for a 28-yard touchdown against Morgan State (9/8)... completed 13 passes for 154 yards and two touchdowns in his first career start, a win over Miami (OH) (11/3)... had a sterling performance in a win over Western Michigan, completing 64 percent of his passes (21-33) for 285 yards and a touchdown (11/10)... threw for two touchdowns and 226 yards in a win over Massachusetts (11/17). Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: …as a senior, he completed 64% of his passes (176-of-276) for 2,573 yards and 34 touchdowns and won the Connolly Cup, emblematic of

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LB • Sr./Sr. 6-3 • 248 Fort Pierce, FL Westwood

Hoof Prints: A first-team All-MAC selection in 2011 and 2012, Mack is the anchor of UB’s linebacking corps... already holds the school record for tackles for loss (56) and forced fumbles (11)...tremendous physical talent with an unstoppable motor...chose UB because of the environment...named to the 2013 watch list for Nagurski Trophy, Bednarik Award, Lombardi Award and Butkus Award...major is psychology. Junior (2012): First-team All-MAC honors for the second straight season... two-time MAC East Defensive Player of the Week (11/19, 10/1)... Sports Illustrated’s honorable mention All-American... named to Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Lombardi Award pre-season watch lists... now owns program records for tackles for loss and forced fumbles... despite missing the first game of the season, he set career highs in tackles, tackles for loss, and sacks... led the team with 94 tackles, including 21 tackles for loss which ranked fourth in the nation, bringing him into 2013 as the NCAA’s active career leader in tackles for loss (with 56.0)... added four forced fumbles (tied for eighth in the nation) and eight quarterback sacks... needs seven more sacks to take over the program record for career sacks... made his season debut with eight tackles (3.5 for loss) and 1.5 sacks against Morgan State (9/8)... set a career high with eight solo tackles, also recording two sacks and four tackles for lossagainst Kent State (9/19)... forced a fumble, had one sack, and 3.5 tackles for loss at UConn (9/29)... had a sack and a forced fumble in a win over Western Michigan (11/10)... had one of the best single games of his career, with a career high 15 tackles (3.5 for loss), a career high 2.5 sacks, and two forced fumbles in a comeback win over UMass (11/17)... ended the season with 10 tackles (2.5 for loss) at Bowling Green (11/23). Sophomore (2011): Despite being the focal point

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QB • So./Fr. 6-5 • 221 Lexington, OH Lexington

Albert McCoy

Hoof Prints: Long defensive line prospect who will challege for playing time in 2012... son of military parents, he has lived in Japan, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida...major is studio art. Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: An All-Pinellas County selection who recorded 65 tackles, five sacks and 26 tackles for loss as a senior ... team captain for coach Antonio Knox ... selected to play in the Pinellas County All-Star game ... late developing prospect who has played just a few seasons of football... parents are Ernest & Patricia Dozier and Quincy McCoy.

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Marcus McGill WR • So./So. 6-1 • 227 Rochester, NY Gates Chili

Hoof Prints: Versitile athlete who spent the 2012 season as the team’s long snapper...had a strong spring at receiver...major is business administration.

Collin Michael

Hoof Prints: Strong-armed quarterback with great size...versatile athlete who is equally dangerous running the football...major is exercise science. Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Ranked the fourth best quarterback prospect in the football-rich state of Ohio by Scouting Ohio ... Scout.com ranked him the 41st best quarterback prospect in the country ... threw for 3,230 yards and 42 touchdowns and added 14 rushing TDs in his career ... played for head coach B.J. Payne, who noted that “Collin is an amazing leader who will flourish at the next level. He has all the things you want ... he is smart, big and has a rocket arm. His leadership, also, in the classroom and the community sets him apart” ... also starting center for Lexington basketball team ... son of Joe and Diane Michael.

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Brandon Murie RB • Sr./Sr. 5-9 • 192 Elma, NY Iroquois

Freshman (2012): Sacrificed taking a redshirt to help the team in special teams, serving as the longsnapper for the entire season... made two tackles in kick coverage.

Hoof Prints: Originally a walk on who worked his way into the starting lineup... can play both running back and wide receiver... his favorite thing about Buffalo is the people...major is psychology.

High School: Tremendous all-around athlete who became the first player in school history to be twice named first-team All-Greater Rochester ... secondteam All-State selection (as athlete) for coach Jason Benham ... three-time All-County selection ... recorded 1,798 all-purpose yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior and had eight kick returns for scores in his final two seasons ... set Section V record with 98-yard kickoff return for a score ... was first-team All-Conference in basketball as a junior ... ESPN recruiting lists him as 13th best recruit in New York and notes his hands and ability to catch the ball in traffic as his strengths.

Sophomore (2012): Was a key gadget player for the Bulls, racking up 477 all-purpose yards for the team... played in ten games, making three starts... returned 11 kicks for 202 yards... rushed for 55 yards and a touchdown, and caught a swing pass and went 54 yards for another score against Connecticut (9/29)... ran the ball 16 times for 90 yards and a touchdown in a win at Massachusetts (11/17). Sophomore (2011): Appeared in 11 games, predominantly on special teams... racked up 240 all-purpose yards (33 rushing, 207 return yards)... rushed for 15 yards and returned the team’s longest kickoff of the season against Akron, taking back a kick 93 yards before being pushed out just shy of the end zone (11/19). Redshirt Freshman (2010): Appeared in four games on special teams. Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football High School: A four-year letterwinner at Iroquois High School for head coach Frank Payne...rushed for 1,660 yards and 26 touchdowns his senior season... Iroquois all-time leading rusher...named second-team All-State as a senior and was a two-time first-team AllWestern New York...helped lead the Chiefs to a pair of Section VI championships...also a two-time Section VI champion in the 55-meter indoor track event.

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WR • Sr./Sr. 6-3 • 205 Grand Island, NY Grand Island All-MAC Candidate

Hoof Prints: A long, smooth wide receiver, who shows burst and has great hands...a 2012 secondteam All-MAC selection who has developed into one of the league’s top receiving threats...named to the 2013 Biletnikoff Watch List...member of the National Honor Society in high school...earning his MBA. Junior (2012): Put together one of the best seasons ever by a Buffalo receiver, despite being the focal point of every opposing defense... named the team’s offensive MVP... named to the All-MAC First Team... named to the MAC’s All-Academic Team.. in the single season record book, his 65 catches rank sixth overall (third in the Division I era), his 11 touchdowns are the second most ever, and his 1,015 yards receiving are the second most in the Division I era and the fourth most in program history... enters into his final season ranking sixth in career catches, seventh in yards, second in touchdowns, and fifth in 100-yard games... ranked second in the MAC, and 20th nationally, in yards receiving per game... caught five passes for 52 yards and a score in the season opener against Georgia (9/1)... finished with eight catches for a career-high 154 yards and tied a school-record with four touchdown catches against Morgan State, with touchdown catches of 16, 22, 34 and 28 yards (9/8)... caught a season-long 55 yards pass for a score against Ohio (10/6)... racked up 135 yards on just six catches, scoring once against Toledo (10/27)... made a season-high nine catches for 140 yards and a touchdown in a win over Western Michigan (11/10)... caught nine more passes for 76 yards and a score for the fourth straight game in a win at Massachusetts (11/17). Sophomore (2011): Continued to be the team’s top target on offense before suffering a season-ending injury at the end of October... despite missing the final three games of the season, he led the team in touchdowns (4) and receiving yards (641)... had three games with over 100 yards receiving... set a career high with 10 catches against Pittsburgh, good for 108 yards (9/3)... had 78 yards and a score against Ball State (9/17)... helped the team to a 38-37 win with 61 yards and a score against Ohio (10/8)... exploded for a career-high 135 yards receiving and a touchdown against Northern Illinois (10/22)... made four catches - including a career-long 60 yarder - en

route to a 110 yard day, adding a touchdown against Miami (OH) (10/29). Redshirt-Freshman (2010): Was a breakout star of 2010 and was named the Offensive MVP and the top wide receiver on the team...he was a big-play threat in every game, leading the team with 15.9 yards per reception...his 26 catches for 414 yards is the best for a first-year player since recent graduate and current Buffalo Bill Naaman Roosevelt’s freshman season in 2006...had four touchdown receptions and a penchant for making spectacular catches... caught five passes for 99 yards and a touchdown in his first career start, a win over Rhode Island (9/2)... had two catches for 35 yards and another score in a win over Bowling Green (10/2)...set career marks in catches (7), yards (112) and longest reception (47) against Eastern Michigan (11/20)... saved his best for last, making five catches for 88 yards and two touchdowns at Akron (11/26)... named to Phil Steele’s 2010 Postseason All-Freshman Fifth Team. Freshman (2009): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Three-year letterwinner for head coach Dean Santorio at Grand Island High School...had 51 catches for a school-record 1,182 yards and 22 touchdowns his senior season...his 1,182 receiving yards is a Western New York record for receiving yards in a season...earned the James Lofton Award as the top receiver in Western New York in 2008...named first-team All-Western New York as a junior and a senior...named to the NYSSWA All-State team as a senior...named to the Buffalo News All-WNY Scholar Athlete Team. Neutz’s Career Statistics Year Receiving Avg. TD Long 2010 26-414 15.9 4 47 2011 43-641 14.9 4 60 2012 65-1,015 15.6 11 55 Totals 134-2,070 15.4 19 60

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Branden Oliver

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RB • Sr./Sr. 5-8 • 208 Miami, FL Miami Southridge

Hoof Prints: Shifty running back with good speed and quickness that can make people miss...enters 2013 626 yards shy of UB’s career rushing record... named to the 2013 Maxwell Award and Doak Walker Award Watch Lists...cousin of Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Roscoe Parrish...major is sociology. Junior (2012): Member of the Maxwell, Doak Walker, and Walter Camp preseason watch lists... injuries tampered with a promising start to the season, but he still led the team in rushing with 821 yards despite missing five complete games, and the better part of four others... had he played in one more game to qualify nationally, he would have ranked 13th in the country in yards per game (with 117.3)...

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100-yard games away from owning the program re cord for career rushing yards and 100-yard games... ... opened eyes nationally with 111 yards and a touchdown to open the season against Georgia (9/1)... followed it up with 25 carries for a UB Division I-A-record 238 yards and two touchdowns against Morgan State... rushed 16 times for 77 yards against Kent State before missing the entire second half with an injury that would then keep him out for four straight games (9/19)... returned from injury and put up 101 yards on 24 carries against Toledo (10/27)... came just a yard shy of 200 yards, running 32 times for 199 yards and a touchdown in a last-second win over Miami (OH) (11/3)... ran 12 times for 75 yards and a touchdown before aggravating his injury against Western Michigan (11/10). Sophomore (2011): Erupted as not just one of the best running backs in the conference, but in all of Division I... broke UB’s single-season records for rushing yards (1,395 yards, a total that ranked 14th in the nation), carries (306) and all-purpose yardage (1,760 yards)... named first-team All-MAC and was honored as the East Division’s Offensive Player of the Week two times... named to Phil Steele’s 2011 All-MAC team... set a school record by going over 100 yards on eight occasions, while adding 13 touchdowns... ranked second in average yards per game (116.2)... opened the season with 114 yards rushing and a touchdown against Pittsburgh (9/3)... was monumental in the team’s 38-37 upset win over Ohio, running for 179 yards and three touchdowns and catching five passes for 43 yards (10/8)... ran for 133 yards on just 18 carries, adding two touchdowns against Eastern Michigan (11/12)... rushed for a Division I school record of 235 yards and two touchdowns vs. Akron (11/19), and was named the running back Performer of the Week by College Football Performance Awards... broke James Stark’s single-season rushing record on the final day of the season, rushing for 127 yards and a rushing touchdown while making six catches for a career-high 92 yards receiving against Bowling Green (11/25). Redshirt-Freshman (2010): Led the team in rushing after earning the starter’s job in the preseason... rushed for 298 yards on the season... was particularly effective in the screen game, catching five passes for 92 yards... rushed for a season-high 71 yards against Baylor, including a season-long 19 yard run (9/11)... caught two passes for 52 yards and ran for 18 yards against Miami (OH) (10/30)... had 54 total yards against Ohio (11/4). Freshman (2009): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: A two-year letterwinner and two-year team captain for head coach Rodney Hunter at Miami Southridge High School...also a dangerous return man…rushed for 1,159 yards on 194 carries (6.0 ypc) and scored 15 touchdowns his senior season...also had three catches for 61 yards and a touchdown...selected to play in the North Florida vs. South Florida AllStar Classic and the Dade vs. Broward All-Star Game. Oliver’s Career Statistics Year Att Yards Avg TD Long 2010 102 298 2.9 0 19 2011 306 1,395 4.6 13 68 2012 148 821 5.5 5 36 Totals 556 2,514 4.5 18 68

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LB • Sr./Jr. 6-6 • 227 Brighton, MI Brighton/Cincinnati

OL • Jr./So. 6-0 • 289 Owego, NY Owego Free Academy

Brian Orzechowski

Hoof Prints: A walk-on who serves as a back-up punter... enjoys offroading, car customization, and gaming...major is business administration. Sophomore (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Served as the punter and placekicker for the Lockport Lions... had a net average punt of 40 yards over his senior season... named to first team all Section VI as a kicker/punter... also played soccer and baseball.

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Kendall Patterson DL • Jr./So. 6-0 • 260 Abingdon, MD DeMatha Catholic

Hoof Prints: Dominating defensive lineman who was ranked as the second best defensive tackle and the 14th best overall player in state of Maryland by Rivals. com...major is sociology. Sophomore (2012): Did not play in any games due to a hand injury... served as a member of the scout team. Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Earned three letters and served as captain for coach Bill McGregor at DeMatha Catholic, recording 13 sacks his senior season…ranked the #78 defensive line prospect by ESPN… also lettered in track and field…plans on studying International Business at UB, which along with the coaching staff, is why he chose Buffalo over offers from schools from the Big Ten, ACC, Big East and Conference USA...major is undecided.

Ryan Paxson

Hoof Prints: High-motor linebacker who transfered from Cincinnati...major is sociology. Sophomore: Played in four games in special teams kick coverage. Redshirt Freshman (2011): Sat out the 2011 season due to NCAA transfer rules. Cincinnati: Sat out his freshman season at Cincinnati due to to injury. High School: A three-sport athlete who competed in basketball, football, and track and field ... an allLivingston County selection on defense as a sophomore and junior ... also earned all-conference honors in track and field as a junior ... coached by Cliff Kiefer.

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Max Perisse

DL • So./Fr. 6-4 • 266 Downingtown, PA Reed Henderson Hoof Prints: Strong defensive lineman who will challenge for playing time in 2013... described as “the right kind of crazy” by his high school defensive coordinator...major is exercise science. Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Named his league’s most outstanding defensive lineman after leading his team to an 8-3 record for coach Joe Walsh and an unbeaten record in the Ches-Mont League ... recorded 49 tackles, 5.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and three pass breakups ... also starred on the offensive line ... a Philadelphia Inquirer top 50 prospect in Pennsylvania ... son of Robert and Laura Perisse.

Jake Pickett

Hoof Prints: A developing offensive lineman who walked on to the team.... he will challenge for playing time in 2013...major is exercise science. Redshirt Freshman (2012): Did not play in any games... served as a member of the scout team. Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

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Travis Pitzonka LB • So./So. 6-1 • 217 Lancaster, NY Lancaster

Hoof Prints: A walk on who worked his way into the special teams unit...major is communication. Freshman (2012): Played in all 12 games as part of the Bulls’ kick coverage team.

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James Potts

RB • Sr./Jr. 5-11 • 194 Boynton Beach, FL American Heritage Hoof Prints: Dynamic and game-breaking tailback who entered UB among the school’s most highlytouted recruits... has been clocked at 10.87 in the 100 meters and possesses breakaway speed that evokes memories of all-time Bulls’ rusher James Starks. Sophomore (2012): Played in the first two games of the season before suffering a season-ending knee injury... finally was able to show the home crowd what he’s capable of, taking his second career carry 49 yards for a touchdown in a win over Morgan State (9/8). Redshirt Freshman (2011): Did not appear in any games... provided depth for the scout team. Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football High School: ESPN had him rated among the top 60 tailbacks in the nation, while Rivals.com had him pegged as the 24th best tailback in the class of 2010…Had over 2,000 yards rushing in his final two seasons, including 27 touchdowns…twice earned second-team All-State honors in football hotbed of Florida…helped team to an 11-3 record as a senior.

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Adam Redden DB • Sr./Sr. 6-1 • 202 Amherst, NY St. Francis

Hoof Prints: Made the move to defensive back after playing wide receiver as a freshman...ranked among top 250 “athletes” in the country in ESPN recruiting rankings out of highs school…UB staff lauds him as a very tough, physical player who has great ball skills and a college-ready body...major is psychology. Junior (2012): Proved to be a key member of the UB secondary, playing in ten games... found a more expanded role after a rash of injuries, seeing extensive playing time in the last seven games of the year... made an interception while diving out of bounds, adding in three solo tackles against Toledo (10/27)... broke up a pair of passes and made three tackles against Western Michigan (11/10)... blocked a punt that was returned for a touchdown that helped the Bulls come from behind to beat Massachusetts, also making four solo tackles (11/17)... blocked another punt in the next game, also making four tackles (0.5 for loss) in the season finale against Bowling Green (11/23). Sophomore (2011): Appeared in one game... provided depth for the scout team. Freshman (2010): Played on special teams and worked with the scout team... had a tackle against Ohio (11/4)...a knee injury ended his season prematurely. High School: Outstanding athlete who starred on both sides of the ball at St. Francis for coach Jerry Smith…first-team Western New York selection who joined former teammate Delano Fabor in signing class…holds school record with seven fumble recoveries…had 100 tackles as a senior while also punting and kicking…as a receiver, had 11 catches for 176 yards while adding 14 tackles against powerhouse St. Ignatius of Cleveland. Redden’s Career Statistics Year Solo Ast TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int FR FF 2010 0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2011 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2012 18 9 27 2-4 0-0 1 0 0 Totals 18 10 28 2-4 0-0 1 0 0

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DB • So./Fr. 6-0 • 195 Southfield, MI Cass Technical

WR • So./Fr. 6-1 • 199 Canton, OH Canton McKinley

William Rembert

Malcolm Robinson

Hoof Prints: Athletic safety who will add depth to the defensive backfield...major is undecided.

Hoof Prints: Big target who will add depth to the wide receiving corps...major is undecided.

Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Cass Tech where he was a teammate of fellow signee Brandon Berry ... led team with three interceptions in 2011 and caught 14 pass for 285 yards and three scores ... helped team to back-to-back district and regional titles for coach Thomas Wilcher ... parents are Antonio and Tanya Harris.

High School: An All-League, All-County and AllState selection for head coach Ron Johnson at powerhouse McKinley High School ... had 45 receptions for 717 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior and was ranked among the top 20 wide receivers in Ohio ... held offers from multiple Mid-American Conference schools ... selected to play in the Ohio North vs. South All-Star game ... son of Freda Robinson.

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Trevor Sales

LB • Sr./Jr. 6-2 • 232 Decatur, GA Avondale

All-MAC Candidate

Hoof Prints: Long-armed defender who is very explosive and athletic in space…UB staff indicates that he is always around the football, has good hip and knee bend and active hands to create separation...will push for playing time at outside linebacker...major is early childhood education. Sophomore (2012): Played in 11 games, mainly on special teams kick coverage... had three tackles on the season. Redshirt Freshman (2011): Appeared in five games... provided depth for the scout team... had two tackles against Stony Brook (9/10)... added three more tackles against Tennessee (10/1). Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Racked up 66 tackles, seven sacks, an interception, caused two fumbles and added three fumble recoveries as a senior…helped Blue Devils to a playoff appearance in senior season.

OL • Sr./Jr. 6-2 • 327 La Porte, IN La Porte/Delaware St.

Hoof Prints: A transfer from Delaware State who redshirted in his first season with the Hornets...after a solid first season with the Bulls, will return to his starting role in 2013...major is business administration. Sophomore (2012): Was a pillar of the offensive line, which proved that it isn’t who has the ball in his hands, but rather who is clearing the way for him... started in all 12 games... despite injuries to a handful of key offensive playmakers for much of the season, he helped lead a group that improved the team’s total offensive yardage from 2011 and helped pave the way for 2,120 rushing yards... three separate Bulls were able to surpass the 500-yard rushing mark. Redshirt Freshman (2011): Did not appear in any games... provided depth for the scout team. Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his freshman year at Delaware State. High School: Named All-Indiana First Team and was an all-conference selection... was a “National Underclassman Strong Man” award recipient ... according to ESPN.com, Sales “is a fundamentally sound offensive lineman.”

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Mason Schreck TE • So./Fr. 6-5 • 229 Medina, OH Medina

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Jake Silas

Hoof Prints: Athletic tight end prospect who redshirted as a freshman...major is business administration.

OL • Sr./Jr. 6-7 • 310 Portland, MI Portland

Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Three-year letterwinner who played tight end and started two seasons at quarterback for head coach Larry Laird ... named as one of the top 20 athletes in the state in the Buckeye state by Recruiting Ohio ... chosen to play in the East vs. West All-Star game ... starting center on the basketball team ... son of Todd and Wendy Schreck.

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Witney Sherry

DB • Sr./Jr. 6-0 • 188 Miami, FL Chaminade-Madonna

Hoof Prints: Offensive lineman who will challenge for a starting role in 2013 after adding over 50 pounds to his long frame since arriving on campus...major is engineering. Sophomore (2012): Played in five games... served as a member of the scout team. Redshirt Freshman (2011): Appeared in one game... provided depth for the scout team. Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: A big, athletic tackle who was chosen to the play in the Michigan East-West All-Star game at Michigan State... earned All-Conference and regional honors...also a starter on his high school basketball team and a National Honor Society member.

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Hoof Prints: A physical safety who was having a breakout season in 2012 before suffering a seasonending injury... UB staff says he covers space very effectively and has good ball skills...major is communication. Sophomore (2012): Came into his own in his first season as an every-day starter before missing the final six games due to injury... despite only playing in half the team’s games, he ranked ninth on the team with 40 tackles (25 solo)... made at least three solo tackles in every game he played... opened the season with four straight games with seven or more tackles, highlighted by ten tackles and a pass breakup in a win over Morgan State (9/8)... recorded six solo tackles and broke up a pair of passes against Kent State (9/19). Redshirt Freshman (2011): Appeared in seven games, mainly on special teams... made three total tackles (two solo). Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Helped lead powerhouse Chaminade Madonna to a 12-1 record…an All-Broward County selection...an intelligent player who has the ability to adjust on the run, according to the staff…recorded three interceptions, four forced fumbles, 65 tackles, three fumble recoveries and six pass breakups as an extremely active part of the Lions’ defense.

Lee Skinner

All-MAC Candidate

LB • Sr./Jr. 6-2 • 233 Dayton, OH Fairborn

Hoof Prints: A physical linebacker who earned a starting role as a redshirt freshman and has blossomed into one of the best linebackers on the team...major is business administration. Sophomore (2012): Was a devastating force in the opposition’s backfield all season long, finishing second on the team in tackles (89), fourth in sacks (5), and fourth in tackles for loss (8.5 for 47 yards)... made seven tackles (1.5 for loss) and a sack in a win over Morgan State (9/8)... made 13 tackles with a half sack and broke up a pass against Connecticut (9/29)... made nine tackles and added a solo sack at Ohio (10/6)... helped lead the team to a last-second win over Miami (OH), with 1.5 sacks for 14 yards lost, a forced fumble, and eight total tackles (11/3)... made nine tackles and added a solo sack in a win over Western Michigan (11/10)... finished the season with 13 tackles (one for loss) at Bowling Green (11/23).

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Redshirt Freshman (2011): Wowed the coaching staff from the first snap of the season, racking up 31 tackles in just the first month of play... started in every single game for the team... finished second on the team with 80 tackles (five for loss), and will be returning as the team’s leading tackler going into 2012... named to Phil Steele’s National All-Freshman second team... had nine tackles in three out of the first four games of the season, against Pittsburgh, Ball State and UConn... made a season-high eight solo tackles at Temple (10/15)... made two tackles for loss against Miami (OH) (10/29). Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. Skinner’s Career Statistics Year 2011 2012 Totals

Solo Ast TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int FR FF 38 42 80 5.0-9 0-0 0 1 0 36 53 89 8.5-47 5.0-38 0 0 1 74 95 169 13.5-56 5.0-38 0 1 1

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Kristjan Sokoli DL • Sr./Jr. 6-5 • 300 Bloomfield, NJ Bloomfield

Hoof Prints: Athletic, versatile defensive lineman who worked his way into the rotation beginning in 2011...in high school he played defensive end, tight end, left tackle, punter and kicker...major is business administration. Sophomore (2012): Played in all 12 games, making one start... recorded 20 total tackles... made three tackles (one for loss) in the season opener against Georgia (9/1)... had a season-high five tackles (0.5 for loss) at Ohio (10/6). Redshirt Freshman (2011): Was a reserve on the defensive line, appearing in 10 games... totaled 14 tackles (four solo, four for loss)... had a career-high four tackles in a win over Stony Brook (9/10)... made 1.5 tackles for loss against Temple (10/15)... had a tackle for loss and a forced fumble against Miami (OH) (10/29). Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season. High School: Long-armed, athletic player who the UB staff feels has great upside and growth potential…a three-year letterwinner and captain as senior, he racked up 45 tackles, five sacks and had three fumble recoveries as a senior…led team to back-to-back playoff berths while being named All-Conference…also a starter on basketball team and finished eighth in the state of New Jersey in the discus throw as a junior… showed his versatility by playing defensive end, tight end, left tackle, punter and kicker. Sokoli’s Career Statistics Year Solo Ast TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int FR FF 2011 4 10 14 4.0-7 0-0 0 0 1 2012 8 12 20 3.0-10 0-0 0 0 0 Totals 12 22 34 7.0-17 0-0 0 0 1

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DB • So./Fr. 5-11 • 200 Reseda, CA Chaminade

DB • Sr./Jr. 5-10 • 185 Lauderhill, FL University School

C.J. Stancil

Hoof Prints: Defensive back prospect who redshirted as freshman in 2012... ranked the No. 3 cornerback prospect in Virginia by ESPN Recruiting...major is business administration. Freshman (2012): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Outstanding prospect who was an AllDominion selection as both a running back and on the All-Academic team for head coach Pete Mutascio ... a top 50 recruit in the state of Virginia by Rivals.com ... had 33 tackles and four pass breakups on defense and had 742 yards rushing (6.3 per carry) and seven touchdowns on offense ... was named the defensive back MVP at the 2011 National Underclassmen combine in Richmond ... son of Curtiss and Sonia Stancil.

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Jake Stockman LB • Sr./Jr. 6-2 • 237 Joliet, IL Joliet Catholic

Hoof Prints: Had a breakout season at linebacker in 2012, starting five games ... Will contend for the inside linebacker starting job in 2013...major is business administration. Sophomore (2012): Appeared in all 12 games and started five... ranked fourth on the team in tackles with 59... had four tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks... had a career-high 10 tackles against Morgan State (9/8)... had six tackles, including a sack Kent State (9/19)... had seven tackles against Toledo (10/27)... had nine tackles and a sack against Western Michigan (11/10)... His sack and forced fumble against the Broncos came late in the game to help the Bulls pull out the victory. Redshirt Freshman (2011): Named the Compete Team’s defensive MVP... appeared in 10 games, predominantly on special teams... made nine total tackles (four solo)... had a career-high three tackles against Miami (OH) (10/29). Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. Stockman’s Career Statistics Year Solo Ast TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int FR FF 2011 4 5 9 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2012 27 32 59 4.0-25 2.5-21 0 0 1 Totals 31 37 68 4.0-25 2.5-21 0 0 1

Dwellie Striggles

Hoof Prints: Speedy defensive back who will challenge for playing time in 2013...competed in high school against fellow 2010 class members James Potts (American Heritage) and Cortney Lester (Everglades)... major is early childhood education. Sophomore (2012): Played in 11 games for the team, serving as a kick coverage specialist... made two tackles on special teams.

interceptions, 15 pass breakups as well as 18 receptions for 430 yards to help the Lions go 12-1 his senior season...named All-Broward Honorable Mention... played in the Florida Public vs. Private School Game... also ran track at Chaminade-Madonna.

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Brandon Tammaro

LB • Jr./So. 6-3 • 222 Plymouth, MI Detroit Central Catholic

Redshirt Freshman (2011): Appeared in the first four games of the season as the team’s reserve defensive back... made three solo tackles (one for loss) against Ball State (9/17).

Hoof Prints: Highly-rated prospect out of Michigan with a knack for making big plays…ranked the #23 player in Michigan by ESPN, and the #30 Blue Chip in Michigan by the Detroit News... his father Gary played at Pittsburgh...chose Buffalo for the coaches, the academics and the facilities...major is business administration.

Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.

Sophomore (2012): Did not play in any games... served as a member of the scout team.

High School: An outstanding student-athlete who excelled at both wide receiver and defensive back while spending one year at the University School in South Florida…had 21 catches on offense, while breaking up 11 passes, recording two interceptions and added 19 tackles as a cornerback…named MVP of his team and also excelled in basketball and track and field…was a member of the honor roll since ninth grade.

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Keith Takeh

DB • Sr./Jr. 5-9 • 187 Hollywood, FL Chaminade-Madonna Hoof Prints: A speedy defensive back who will get a chance to challenge for playing time in UB’s defensive backfield...high school teammate of fellow Bull Witney Sherry...chose Buffalo because it was a great opportunity to play Division I football and get a great education...major is international trade. Sophomore (2012): Played in one game... served as a member of the scout team. Redshirt Freshman (2011): Appeared in three games... provided depth for the scout team. Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: A four-year letterwinner a two-year team captain for head coach Tim Tyrrell at Chaminade-Madonna College Prep...had 30 tackles, five

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High School: First-team All-State, All-Detroit Metro and All-County selection after recording 58 tackles, 5.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and three pass breakups in his senior season…helped the Shamrocks of Detroit Central Catholic to a 9-3 record and a conference and district title…as a junior his team went 14-0 and won the Division I state title…also earned two letters in basketball.

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Anthone Taylor

RB • Jr./So. 5-10 • 209 Huber Heights, OH Wayne Hoof Prints: Thick, physical and speedy runner who saw action as a true freshman before missing 2012 with a knee injury... chose Buffalo because of the family atmosphere and to help the program continue to rise...major is sociology. Sophomore (2012): Sat out the season as a medical redshirt. Freshman (2011): Appeared in seven games on special teams... earned four carries and rushed for 20 yards and had two catches for 13 yards against Stony Brook (9/10). High School: Recorded over 1,800 all-purpose yards (over 1,600 rushing) and scored more than 20 touchdowns in his senior season for coach Jay Minton…a first-team All-Conference and All-District special

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Todd Therrien

OL • Jr./So. 6-1 • 291 Williamsville, NY Williamsville East Hoof Prints: Originally a walk on, Therrien will make the move from defensive line to offensive line in 2013...major is legal studies. Redshirt Freshman (2012): Did not play in any games... served as a member of the scout team. Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Earned three letters and was a threetime captain at Williamsville East, playing on the offensive and defensive lines... had 78 tackles, three sacks, and three fumble recoveries as a senior, leading the Flames to a 6-3 record... as captain in 2010, he led the team to its first-ever playoff victory... first team All-State... Trench Trophy Finalist... second team All-WNY... Lions Club All Star.

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Colby Way

All-MAC Candidate

DL • Sr./Sr. 6-4 • 293 State College, PA State College

Hoof Prints: Non-stop motor and great football intelligence has helped Way developed into one of the best defensive lineman in the MAC...a two-time Academic All-MAC selection...has rebuilt the engine of an ’89 RX7 convertible...major is computer engineering. Junior (2012): Built off a breakout 2011 season to have an even better junior year, starting in all 12 games and finishing fifth in tackles (58) and second in sacks (six)... made the All-MAC Academic team... earned MAC East Defensive Player of the Week and MAC Scholar Athlete of the Week after opening the season with six tackles and two sacks against Georgia (9/1)... took down the quarterback and made five tackles (two for loss) in a win over Morgan State (9/8)... recorded seven tackles and another sack against Kent State (9/19)... made a sack for a seasonlong loss of nine yards, and fell on a fumble in a 2924 win over Western Michigan (11/10)... set a season high with nine tackles, made 1.5 sacks, and knocked down a pass in a win over Massachusetts (11/17)... made seven tackles and stepped in front of a screen pass for his first interception of the season in the season finale at Bowling Green (11/23).

Sophomore (2011): Played his way into the starting lineup, playing in all 12 games and starting five... Academic All-MAC team and Academic All-District team member... led all defensive lineman with 49 total tackles (27 solo, 7.5 for loss)... finished second on the team with three sacks... started strong straight out of the gate, racking up seven tackles, two sacks and three tackles for loss in the team’s first two games of the season... made four solo tackles (one for loss) against UConn (9/24)... had four tackles (one for loss) and blocked a field goal against Northern Illinois (10/22)... ran down the Akron quarterback for a loss of 19 yards and added two tackles for loss among his six total tackles (11/19). Freshman (2010): Saw action as a true freshman, recording nine tackles while seeing action in 11 games at defensive end and special teams...recorded an assisted tackle for loss and also blocked a field goal. High School: Outstanding prospect with great skill set that saw him play linebacker, defensive end, tight end, fullback and quarterback while leading State College to its first state championship appearance… also started at center on basketball team…named All-Conference on both offense and defense and played in the prestigious Big 33 Game (Pennsylvania vs. Ohio)...led the Lions in both sacks and pressures. Way’s Career Statistics Year Solo Ast TT TFL-Yds Sacks Int FR FF 2010 4 5 9 0.5-1 0-0 0 0 0 2011 27 22 49 7.5-43 3.0-27 0 0 0 2012 28 30 58 10.5-39 7.0-3 1 0 0 Totals 59 57 116 18.5-83 10.0-30 1 0 0

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Lance Weaver

DL • Sr./Sr. 6-3 • 285 Adams Center, NY South Jefferson Hoof Prints: Walked on to the team after transfering from Jefferson Community College...major is exercise science. Sophomore (2012): Did not play in any games... served as a member of the scout team. High School: Served as captain for two seasons at South Jefferson High School for coach Tom LaDuke... led the team to a 5-4 record as a senior... also played lacrosse and was on the track and field team.

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Matt Weiser

TE • Jr./So. 6-5 • 241 Womelsdorf, PA Conrad Weiser Hoof Prints: Tall, sure-handed tight end who has been a three-sport standout in high school...chose Buffalo for the coaching staff and campus...major is communication. Redshirt Freshman (2012): Played in all 12 games, making one start... served on the special teams kick return and kick coverage squads... returned a pooch kick 12 yards against Morgan State (9/8)... made his first career catch, going for 15 yards in the season finale against Bowling Green (11/23)... caught a twopoint conversion pass at Massachusett (11/17). Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Had 54 receptions for over 1,000 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior for coach Alan Meyer…a second-team All-State selection after being tabbed as receiver of the year for both his league and county…his team was inter-county champions in 2009 and 2010…rated the 62nd best tight end prospect in the nation by ESPN Recruiting…has also earned honors as a center on the basketball team and in the high jump and javelin events in track and field.

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Ron Willoughby WR • Jr./So. 6-4 • 196 Avon Lake, OH Avon Lake

Hoof Prints: Lanky wide receiver who has starred on both the gridiron and hardwood at Avon Lake... chose Buffalo “because it felt like home”...major is social science interdisciplinary. Redshirt Freshman (2012): Played in seven games... did not register a catch on the season. Freshman (2011): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo. High School: Earned five varsity letters and was twice captain for coach Dave Dlugosz for the Shoremen… set school records for most receptions in a game and most touchdowns in a playoff game (4)…had 54 receptions for nearly 900 yards as a senior to earn first-team All-County and All-District honors as well as being tabbed second-team All-Ohio…named the Lorain Morning Journal Player of the Year…helped his team to a pair of league titles…as a basketball standout, he was named the Lorain County Player of the Year as a junior and has set the school-record for points in a game with 46.

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Kyle Winfield DL • Sr./Sr. 6-1 • 258 Amherst, NY Amherst

Previous School: Spent two seasons at Hudson Valley Community College as a defensive tackle for coach Michael Muehling. Junior (2012): Spent the season working with the scout teams. High School: Earned three letters at Amherst High School, playing for coach Pat Murphy... recorded 50 tackles with eight sacks in his senior season... first team All-Class A, honorable mention All-WNY... also played basketball.

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his season... made four starts and saw action in five games total, throwing for 428 yards and a touchdown in that time... was even more dangerous in the running game, averaging 30 yards per game and rushing for two touchdowns... passed for a seasonhigh 210 yards and rushed for a touchdown on 16 attempts against Miami (OH) (10/30)... led the team in rushing yards after picking up 59 yards on 20 carries at Ohio (11/4)... threw for a touchdown and ran for a score against the Bobcats... despite leaving the game early with an injury, he rushed four times for 30 yards against Ball State (11/12). High School: Quarterback of one of the top high school teams in the nation, serving as captain and leader of Cardinal Mooney’s state champion (15-0) powerhouse…UB coaches were impressed by how he manages the game and call him a tough, physical, smart player with a strong arm…despite a strong running game under coach P.J. Fecko, he ranked #102 among all dropback quarterbacks in ESPN rankings. Zordich’s Career Statistics Year Comp Att Int Pct Yds TD Long 2010 39 94 6 41.5 428 1 34 2011 5 12 0 41.7 41 0 16 2012 106 208 7 51.0 1,254 9 46 Totals 150 314 13 47.8 1,723 10 46

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QB • Sr./Sr. 6-3 • 227 Youngstown, OH Cardinal Mooney Hoof Prints: Has started games as a freshman and a junior... was the first true freshman to start at quarterback since Drew Willy in 2005...versatile, physical quarterback who is an equal threat to run or pass... comes from a football pedigree as his father Mike starred at Penn State and with the Philadelphia Eagles, while his brother Michael played at Penn State...major is business administration. Junior (2012): Started in the team’s first eight games of the season... remained one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the conference, rushing for 501 yards (5.0 yards per carry) and a touchdown while throwing for 1,245 and nine more scores... ran for 67 yards or more in five of his eight games played... rushed for 83 yards and a touchdown and threw for 148 yards and a touchdown in the season opener at Georgia... tied a Division I-A record with four touchdown passes in a blowout win over Morgan State (9/8)... rushed for 76 yards and threw for 220 yards and a score against Connecticut (9/29)... ran 19 times for 110 yards, making him the first quarterback in UB’s Division I-A era to run for 100 yards or more, and also threw for a score on the road at Ohio (10/6)... ran for 79 yards and threw for 165 more against Pittsburgh (10/20)... already had 67 yards rushing and 118 yards passing before being injured against Toledo (10/27). Sophomore (2011): Served as the team’s backup quarterback, appearing in four games... completed five of 12 passes for 41 yards. Freshman (2010): Showed great promise at quarterback as a true freshman before an injury ended

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football 2013 NEWCOMERS BLAKE BEAN INSIDE LINEBACKER 6-1, 232 WICHITA, KS/MT. CARMEL CATHOLIC HS BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE Blake Bean is a linebacker from Junior College power Butler Community College in Kansas. He will enter UB with two years of eligibility beginning in 2013. In his two seasons with Butler, the Grizzlies went 22-2 and lost in the national championship game in 2012. The Wichita, KS native led the Grizzlies with 113 tackles. He also had 11 tackles for loss, two sacks, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. For his efforts, Bean was named to the 2012 KJCCC All-Conference Second Team. In addition, Bean had a 4.0 grade point average while at Butler. Bean was an outstanding high school wrestler as well, winning a state championship as a junior in Oklahoma, before moving to Kansas for his senior year and winning the state championship there as well. JAMES COLEMAN RUNNING BACK 6-1, 232 QUEENS VILLAGE, NY/CHRIST THE KING HS James Coleman is a running back out of Queens Village, NY, who comes to Buffalo after an outstanding high school career at Christ the King High School. As the team’s running back, James made the All-New York City Area First Team and was also honored as an All-Queens, All-Conference, and All-League member. As a junior, he led the league in rushing and total offense, and he was named the High School Player of the Week on four separate occasions by the New York Post. Also a three-year varsity starter for his high school’s basketball team, Coleman was the captain of both his basketball and football teams. BRANDON CRAWFORD OUTSIDE LINEBACKER/DEFENSIVE END 6-2, 229 MADISON, FL/MADISON COUNTY HS Brandon Crawford already possesses the size and strength to fit multiple roles in UB’s 3-4 defense. A rush linebacker out of Madison County High School in Madison, FL, the 6-2, 235 pound Crawford projects as an outside linebacker who can also play on the line. His high school made it to the Florida state championship game and was ranked 12th in the football-rich state. After making the All-State Second Team as a junior, he exploded for 91 tackles (15 for loss) and 13 sacks in his senior season to make the All-State First Team. He was also named to MaxPreps’ 2012 Small Schools All-American Second Team. To cap off his high school career, he earned MVP of the prestigious Florida vs. Georgia All-Star Game.

ANDREWS DADEBOE CORNERBACK 6-1, 187 YORK, PA/CENTRAL YORK HS

JARRETT FRANKLIN OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0, 200 ST. CHARLES, MO/FRANCIS HOWELL HS

Andrews Dadeboe’s natural athletic ability allowed him to excel as a defensive back for Central York High School in York, PA. As a junior and senior, he made the All-County team, and he helped Central York win a Division title this past season. The Big 33 Association named him a “Hot 100” player in the class of 2013, and 247sports ranked him as the 48thbest player in the state. Outside of his high school career, he participated in the state’s East vs. West AllStar game. At the National Underclassmen Combine (NUC), Dadeboe earned Overall MVP, Fastest Man, and Combine King honors.

Jarrett Franklin projects to be another in a long line of strong linebackers who have made an early impact at Buffalo. The 6-3, 205 pound linebacker was a team captain at Francis Howell High School in St. Charles, MO, which finished 12-2 and was the Class 6A state runner up this past season. In his junior and senior years, Francis Howell won conference, district, and sectional championships, in large part because of Franklin. As a senior, he put up gaudy numbers to the tune of 85 tackles, 21 sacks, and a pair of fumble recoveries. He captained a defense that allowed just 10.3 points per game and shutout the opposition on three different occasions. The local media voted him to the All-State First Team, while the coaches poll put him as a state second-teamer. Franklin was also a successful high school wrestler, winning a state championship while serving as team captain.

XAVIER DAVIS NOSE GUARD 6-2, 322 ATLANTA, GA/THE NEW SCHOOLS AT CARVER Xavier Davis comes to Buffalo from Atlanta, GA, where he was a two-year varsity captain for The New Schools at Carver football team. Projected as a nose guard for the Bulls, the 6-2, 280-pound Davis was a multi-purpose standout in high school. As a senior, he had 39 tackles and five sacks on defense and 31 pancake blocks as an offensive lineman. Davis is an All-Region and All-State Second Team member, and also throws shot put and discus for the school’s track and field team. JAMARL EILAND ATHLETE/WIDE RECEIVER 5-10, 190 CANTON, MI/PLYMOUTH HS Jamarl Eiland is a multi-purpose athlete who played at Plymouth High School in Canton, MI. Playing at quarterback and wide receiver at various points, he totaled 1,600 combined yards through the passing game and in the running game. As a junior, he was a primary receiver who led the team with 28 receptions, seven touchdowns and over 400 yards receiving. After moving to quarterback to fully utilize his athleticism in a run-first offense, Eiland helped the team win 17 games in his junior and senior seasons, culminating in a District Championship win as a senior. A four-year varsity letter winner in football as well as baseball, Eiland is a Michigan Top 60 Blue Chip member and also is National Honors Society participant and a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. CHRIS FORD NOSE GUARD 6-2, 323 MEDINA, OH/MEDINA HS

HOUSTON GLASS SAFETY 6-0, 188 KENTWOOD, MI/EAST KENTWOOD HS Houston Glass will likely serve as a defensive back as a UB Bull, and he has an impressive athletic ability that will serve him well in the defensive backfield. An All-Conference and All-Area West team member in both his junior and senior seasons at East Kentwood High School in Michigan, Glass was named the team’s offensive and overall MVP in his senior season. Similar to future teammate Jamarl Eiland, Glass received an invite to the state’s East vs. West All-Star game. Away from the football field, Houston was a standout track athlete. He made the All-State team as a sophomore and junior, and was an AllAmerican in the long jump in his sophomore season after jumping a personal-best of 22’7”. CORBIN GRASSMAN LONG SNAPPER 6-2, 223 ALEXANDRIA, OH/JOHNSTOWN-MONROE HS Corbin Grassman has a name Bulls fans might recognize, as he is the cousin of punter Tyler Grassman. The two will be seeing quite a bit of one another at UB, because Corbin projects to be the team’s long snapper and special teams ace. Coming out of Johnstown-Monroe High School in Alexandria, OH, Grassman had a tremendous career as the team’s star linebacker. He led the team with 136 tackles (18 for loss) in his senior season, after breaking the school record with 156 tackles as a junior. He was a first team All-State honoree as a senior.

Chris Ford will join his former high school teammate at Buffalo this coming fall, as he hails from Medina, OH and the same high school as current UB tight end Mason Schreck. A 6-3, 300-pound nose guard, Ford is a two-year letter winner for Medina. In his junior year, he recorded 49 tackles (four TFLs), forced four fumbles, and made a pair of sacks. Recently, he was named the 2013 National Underclassman Strong Man for the state of Ohio.

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football SOLOMON JACKSON OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 6-1, 230 STONE MOUNTAIN, GA/TUCKER HS

JACOB MARTINEZ ATHLETE/WIDE RECEIVER 6-2, 182 SOUTH PORT, FL/BOZEMAN HS

Solomon Jackson will be another in a long line of Georgia natives at UB, coming from Stone Mountain where he was a member of the Tucker High School football and swimming teams. A 6-1, 230-pound linebacker, he helped his team to a 15-0 record and a state championship as a junior, and was All-County as a senior. He was a two-year letterman who also served as the defensive and team captain. He also participated in the Georgia vs. Florida and DeKalb County All-Star Games. In the pool, Jackson is a fouryear letterwinner, who will soon be representing Tucker HS at the state championships. He was the county champion in the 50-yard freestyle in 2010.

Jacob Martinez is a 6’0, 180-pound wide receiver from South Port, FL. Martinez played quarterback for Bozeman High School. He generated 1,007 yards rushing with 19 touchdowns and 1,181 yards passing with 12 touchdowns this past season. As a junior, he rushed for 1,400 yards and passed for 800 yards. Earned All-District, All-County and District Player of the Year. He is the best leader his coach has ever seen.

GREG LIS INSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0, 219 LINCOLN PARK, NJ/DEPAUL CATHOLIC HS Greg Lis is another member of a talented incoming class of linebackers to UB, projecting as an inside linebacker in the Bulls’ 3-4 scheme. Coming from Lincoln Park, NJ, Lis won two conference championships at DePaul Catholic High School. A team captain for DePaul, Lis had 193 tackes, seven sacks and an interception in his final two seasons and made the All-County and All-Northern New Jersey First Teams. TEDROY LYNCH DEFENSIVE END 6-2, 249 SHIREMANSTOWN, PA/MECHANICSBURG HS LACKAWANNA JC Tedroy Lynch is a defensive end who saw great success in both stopping the run and rushing the passer. Coming to Buffalo after a successful JUCO stint, he projects to make an instant impact for the Buffalo defensive line. This past season, at Lackawanna Junior College, Lynch made 28 tackles (13 for loss), a conference-high 9.5 sacks, and one forced fumble. As a high school senior at Mechanicsburg High School, he made 136 tackles (17 for loss) and added four sacks. BRANDON MANOSALVAS OFFENSIVE LINE 6-4, 307 PARAMUS, NJ/PARAMUS HS Brandon Manosalvas is another multi-sport athlete who comes to Buffalo after a successful high school career. The 6-4, 280-pound lineman comes from Paramus High School in New Jersey, where he was a team captain. As a senior, he was a firstteam All-Suburban New Jersey team member and was a first-team All-Division member. Additionally, the New Jersey Football Coaches Association listed him as a Super 100 member. Off the football field, he was a heavyweight for the school wrestling team and also threw shot put and discus for the track and field team.

BOISE ROSS WIDE RECEIVER 6-0, 173 BETHLEHEM, PA/LIBERTY HS Boise Ross is a 5’11, 180-pound wide receiver from Bethlehem, PA. Ross was a four-year starter at Liberty High School, where he was team captain. He earned first-team All-State as a wide receiver, second-team All-State as a defensive back, and firstteam All-Area as both a wide receiver and defensive back. Over the last two years, at Pius X and Liberty High Schools, Ross had 75 receptions, 1,400 yards and 20 touchdowns. As a junior, he had 93 tackles and five interceptions. From the same town as current Bull Okezie Alozie, Ross plans to major in business administration. JOE SCHILLACE FULLBACK 6-1, 245 AUBURN, NY/AUBURN HS Joe Schillace is a 6’1, 230-pound fullback from Auburn, NY. Schillace was a four-year varsity letterman and two-year captain for Auburn High School, earning team MVP twice. He was a three-time All-Division and All-CNY player as a senior. Selected to play in the Section III Class AA Senior Bowl All-Star game. Acknowledged for off the field accomplishments as well, earning the National Football Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete award and the Auburn Kiwanis Youth Community Service Award. ZACH SMEKAL DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-3, 261 MEDFORD, NJ/SHAWNEE HS Zach Smekal is a 6’4, 255-pound defensive tackle from Medford, NJ. While at Shawnee High School, Smekal led the district in sacks during the 2011 season. He was named the defensive MVP at Lauren’s First and Goal Camp and invited to the Semper Fidelis Combine, the first nationally televised high school combine. Also earned a black belt in Taekwondo.

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football Quickie Stats (2012) Buffalo’s record was: When leading at the half________________________ When trailing at the half________________________ When tied at the half ___________________________ When leading after three quarters________________ When trailing after three quarters_________________ When tied after three quarters___________________ When scoring first_____________________________ When opponent scores first______________________ When running more plays than opp._______________ When opponent runs more plays_________________ When running the same number of plays___________ When committing more turnovers________________ When committing less turnovers_________________ When turnovers are even________________________ When committing at least 2 turnovers_____________ When committing less than 2 turnovers____________ When winning time of possession________________ When opponent wins time of possession___________ When time of possession is even__________________ When running 70 or more off. plays_______________ When running less than 70 off. plays_______________ Rushing for 200 yards or more____________________ Rushing for less than 200 yards___________________ When passing for 200 yards or more_______________ When passing for less than 200 yards______________ When passing % is over 55%_____________________ When passing % is less than 55%_________________ When third down conversion is over 40%___________ When third down conversion is less than 40%_______ Gaining more total yards than opponent___________ Gaining less total yards than opponent____________ Playing at home_______________________________ Playing on the road____________________________ Playing at a neutral site_________________________ Playing on natural grass_________________________ Playing on artificial surface______________________

2012 Key Numbers 2-1 1-7 1-0 3-0 1-7 0-1 1-2 3-6 1-5 3-3 0-0 2-5 1-1 1-2 2-4 2-4 1-4 2-4 1-0 2-4 2-4 2-1 1-7 3-3 1-5 4-2 0-6 2-2 1-6 4-3 0-5 3-3 1-4 0-1 0-3 4-5

Third Down Efficiency Opponent Third Downs at Georgia 6-of-18 Morgan State 3-of-7 Kent State 3-of-13 at Connecticut 6-of-18 at Ohio 10-of-19 at No. Illinois 7-of-19 Pittsburgh 7-of-19 Toledo 4-of-15 Miami 3-of-13 W Michigan 6-of-18 at Massachusetts 6-of-12 at Bowling Green 2-of-15

Result L W L L L L L L W W W L

Time of Possession

Opponent Buffalo Opp. Diff. at Georgia 32:07 27:53 +4:14 Morgan State 19:50 40:10 -20:20 Kent State 22:30 37:30 -15:00 at Connecticut 26:34 33:26 -6:52 at Ohio 35:29 24:23 +11:06 at No. Illinois 29:50 26:58 +2:52 Pittsburgh 31:12 28:42 +2:30 Toledo 27:41 32:19 -4:38 Miami 27:11 32:49 -5:38 W. Michigan 33:41 26:19 +7:22 at Massachusetts 30:00 30:00 0:00 at Bowling Green 23:01 36:59 -13:58 Alex Neutz became just the third player in school history to amass 1,000 receiving yards in a single season with 1,015 in 2012.

2012 Mid-American Conference Standings East Division Team MAC Overall Points W L W L PF PA Kent State 8 0 11 3 463 343 Bowling Green 6 2 8 5 298 218 Ohio 4 4 9 4 412 322 Buffalo 3 5 4 8 255 342 Miami 3 5 4 8 280 419 UMass 1 7 1 11 152 482 Akron 0 8 1 11 313 428 West Division Team MAC Overall Points W L W L PF PA Northern Illinois# 8 0 12 2 540 278 Ball State 6 2 9 4 437 416 Toledo 6 2 9 4 410 369 Central Michigan 4 4 7 6 375 421 Western Michigan 2 6 4 8 352 356 Eastern Michigan 1 7 2 10 256 451

Pct. 33% 43% 23% 33% 53% 37% 37% 27% 23% 33% 50% 13%

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Strk Lost 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 4 Lost 2 Lost 9 Strk Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 4 Lost 2 Lost 1

Number of Plays

Opponent Buffalo Opp. Diff. at Georgia 70 66 +4 Morgan State 56 78 -22 Kent State 65 81 -16 at Connecticut 69 64 +5 at Ohio 92 63 +29 at No. Illinois 88 66 +22 Pittsburgh 81 59 +22 Toledo 67 71 -4 Miami 64 77 -13 W. Michigan 82 70 +12 at Massachusetts 72 75 -3 at Bowling Green 60 72 -12

Turnover Breakdown

Opponent Buffalo Opp. Diff. at Georgia 0 0 0 Morgan State 0 1 -1 Kent State 4 1 -3 at Connecticut 2 0 -2 at Ohio 1 3 -2 at No. Illinois 1 3 -2 Pittsburgh 0 1 -1 Toledo 2 2 0 Miami 1 2 -1 W. Michigan 5 1 +4 at Massachusetts 2 2 0 at Bowling Green 0 3 +3

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football

2012 Bulls in the MAC Team Rankings Scoring offense_____________________________________________ 12th (22.5 ppg) Scoring defense_____________________________________________ 6th (29.2 ppg) Passing offense____________________________________________ 10th (202.1 ypg) Pass defense______________________________________________ 2nd (206.5 ypg) Rushing offense____________________________________________ 6th (190.1 ypg) Rushing defense____________________________________________ 6th (162.1 ypg) Total offense_______________________________________________ 9th (392.2 ypg) Total defense______________________________________________ 2nd (368.5 ypg) Kickoff returns______________________________________________ 12th (18.6 ypr) Net punting_______________________________________________ 13th (32.3 ypg) Turnover margin__________________________________________________ 11th (-8) Punt returns_________________________________________________11th (5.1 avg) Quarterback sacks_______________________________________________ 1st (3.09) Penalties against____________________________________________ 12th (65.2 ypg)

2012 Game Captains Georgia___________________________________ Means, Oliver, Stockman, Whinery Morgan State____________________________________ Sales, Skinner, Way, Zordich Kent State______________________________________ Baugh, Carlson, Mack, Oliver UConn_________________________________________ Cahill, Davis, Moseley, Neutz Ohio__________________________________________ Gordon, Mack, Moseley, Way NIU_________________________________________Ozkan, Stockman, Way, Zordich Pittsburgh____________________________________ Cahill, Johnson, Sales, Whinery Toledo___________________________________________Lee, Means, Oliver, Skinner Miami________________________________________ Carlson, Johnson, Neutz, Way WMU___________________________________________________ 2012 Senior Class UMass___________________________________________ Ozkan, Sales, Skinner, Way Bowling Green________________________________ Carlson, Means, Moseley, Mack

Statistical Comparison

Bulls Yearly Statistical Comparison

Points Per Game Points Allowed Per Game Rushing Offense Per Game Passing Offense Per Game Total Offense Per Game Rushing Defense Per Game Passing Defense Per Game Total Defense Per Game Kickoff Return Average Punt Return Average Net Punting Sacks by-yards lost Sacks allowed Third Down Conversions Third Down Percentage Fourth Down Conversions Fourth Down Percentage Red Zone Offense Red Zone Defense Fumbles-Lost Turnovers (For/Against/+/-) Penalties-Yards Penalty yards per game Time of possession

2012 2011 Change 22.5 22.2 +0.3 29.2 29.4 -0.2 190.1 155.0 +35.1 202.1 210.2 -8.1 392.2 365.2 +37.0 162.1 181.2 -19.1 206.5 203.7 +2.8 368.5 384.8 -18.3 18.6 19.6 -1.0 5.1 5.4 -0.3 32.3 34.7 -2.4 34-207 16-108 +18 20-92 22-142 -2 61-for-171 63-of-185 n/a 36% 34% +2% 10-of-19 14-of-27 n/a 53% 52% +1% 73% 81% -8% 82% 87% -5% 17-11 14-16 n/a 13/21/-8 15/13/-2 -6 69-717 67-643 n/a 65.2 53.6 +11.6 28.44 28:59 -0:15

2012 University at Buffalo Game-By-Game Starters Georgia Morgan St. Kent State UConn Ohio NIU Pittsburgh Toledo Miami WMU UMass BGSU LT Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis LG Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson C Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales RG Whinery Whinery Whinery Whinery Whinery Whinery Whinery Whinery Whinery Whinery Whinery Whinery RT Ozkan Ozkan Ozkan Ozkan Ozkan Ozkan Ozkan Ozkan Ozkan Ozkan Ozkan Ozkhan TE Dennison Gordon Gordon - Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon WR Neutz Neutz Neutz Neutz Neutz Neutz Campbell Neutz Neutz Neutz Neutz Neutz WR Lee R. Johnson Lee Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee TE/WR - - - Dixon - Reeder - Dennison - Dennison - Weiser TB Oliver Oliver Oliver Murie Campbell Campbell Dennison Oliver Oliver Oliver Murie Murie FB - - - - - - - - - - - QB Zordich Zordich Zordich Zordich Zordich Zordich Zordich Zordich Licata Licata Licata Licata WR Dixon Dixon Dixon R. Johnson Dixon - Dixon - Dixon - Adjel D E Means Means Means Means Means Means Means Means Means Means Means Means NG Cahill Sokoli Cahill Cahill Cahill Cahill Cahill Cahill Cahill Cahill Cahill Cahill DE Way Way Way Way Way Way Way Way Way Way Way Way LB Moseley Mack Mack Mack Mack Mack Mack Mack Mack Mack Mack Mack LB Stockman Stockman Stockman Moseley Moseley Moseley Stockman Stockman Stockman Moseley Moseley Moseley LB Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner LB Baugh Wallace Wallace Wallace Wallace Baugh Baugh Baugh Baugh Baugh Baugh Baugh CB Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson S Houston Baugh Baugh Baugh Baugh Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston S Sherry Sherry Sherry Sherry Sherry Sherry Brim Brim Brim Brim Brim Brim CB Lester Lester Lester Lester Lester Lester Lester Lester Lammons Lester Lester Lester

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football 2012 Buffalo Game-by-Game Statistical Leaders Game/Result Rushing Sept. 1 at Georgia L, 45-23

Passing

Oliver 30-111 TD Zordich 14-24-0, Zordich 14-83, TD 148, TD

Receiving Gordon 3-63 Neutz 5-52, TD Dennison 3-21

Sept. 8 Oliver 25-238 2 TD Zordich 16-21-1, Neutz 8-154 4 TD Morgan State Potts 1-49 TD 237, 4 TD Gordon 2-23 TD W, 56-34 Licata 1-2-0, 28, 1 TD Dixon 2-17

Punting FG’s/PATs (Good) Defense Grassman 9-337 37.4 (long 46)

Clarke 1-1 FG (18) 2-3 PAT

Pettigrew 6-3-9, 1.0 TFL Lester 4-3-7 Way 4-2-6, 2.0 Sacks

Grassman 2-59 29.5 (long 35)

Clarke 8-8 PAT

Stockman 4-6-10, 0.5 TFL Sherry 4-6-10 Mack 6-2-8, 1.5 Sacks

Sept. 19 Kent State L, 23-7

Oliver 16-77 Murie 9-37 Campbell 5-27

Zordich 4-22-2, 92,TD Licata 1-3-1, 21

Neutz 2-58 TD Hughes 2-57

Grassman 8-271 33.9 (long 47)

Clarke 1-1 PAT

Mack 8-4-12, 4.0 TFL, 2.0 Sacks Way 6-1-7, 1.0 Sack Sherry 6-1-7

Sept. 29 at UConn L, 24-17

Zordich 14-76 Murie 18-55, TD Campbell 6-25

Zordich 13-30-1, 220, TD

Neutz 6-90 Murie 1-54, TD Johnson 2-33

Grassman 8-308 38.5 (long 50)

Clarke 1-1 FG (44) 2-2 PAT

Skinner 6-7-13 0.5 Sacks Sherry 6-2-8 Mack 3-1-4, 3.5 TFL, 1.0 Sack

Oct. 6 at Ohio L, 38-31

Campbell 30-160, Zordich 13-25-0, TD 97, TD Zordich 19-110 Dennison, 1-1, TD

Neutz 4-77, TD Hughes 4-19, TD Dixon 3-37

Grassman 5-156 31.2 (long 40)

Clarke 1-1 FG (30) 4-4 PAT

Skinner 4-5-9 1.0 Sacks Wallace 4-2-6 Mack 3-3-6

Oct. 13 at No. Illinois L, 45-3

Zordich 13-47 Campbell 22-36

Zordich 18-29-2, 177 Licata 9-20-0, 86

Hughes 9-105 Neutz 7-81 Johnson 4-27

Grassman 7-248 35.4 (long 58)

Clarke 1-2 FG (28, 25)

Mack 6-4-10, 1.5 TFL Skinner 1-5-6 Baugh 4-1-5

Oct. 20 Pittsburgh L, 20-6

Campbell 19-104 Zordich 23-41-1, Zordich 19-79 165 yds

Dunmore 7-72 Hughes 5-27 Campbell 4-13

Grassman 4-110 27.5 (long 45)

Clarke 2-2 FG (27, 41)

Mack 7-5-12 Brim 7-0-7, 1.0 TFL Means 4-2-6, 1.0 Sack

Oct. 27 Toledo L, 25-20

Oliver 24-101 Zordich 11-67 Campbell 2-6

Zordich 5-16-0, Neutz 6-135, TD 135, TD Campbell 1-42, TD Licata 5-11-0, 68, TD Lee 1-16

Grassman 10-345 34.5 (long 48)

Clarke 0-1 FG (29) 2-2 PAT

Brim 7-2-9 Skinner 6-2-8, 1.5 TFL Stockman 3-4-7

Nov. 3 Miami (OH) W, 27-24

Oliver 32-199 Campbell 2-15 Licata 3-9

Licata 13-24-1, 127, Oliver 5-17 2TD Neutz 3-60, TD Daniel 1-1, 10 Lee 3-36, TD

Grassman 4-126 31.5 (long 39)

Clarke 2-3 FG (46, 49, 47) 3-3 PAT

Brim 8-2-10, 1.0 TFL Means 6-4-10, 2.0 TFL Skinner 6-2-8 1.5 Sacks

Nov. 10 W. Michigan W, 29-24

Campbell 22-107, Licata 21-33-0, TD 285, TD Oliver 12-75, TD

Grassman 8-307 38.4 (long 50)

Clarke 3-4 FG (46, 30, 35, 38) 2-2 PAT

Means 6-3-9 1.0 Sack Skinner 3-6-9, 1.0 Sack Stockman 4-4-8

Nov. 17 at UMass W, 29-19

Murie 16-94, TD Jean 17-73

Licata 18-30-1, 226, Neutz 9-76, TD 2TD Lee 3-93 Johnson 3-39

Grassman 6-236 39.3 (long 48)

Clarke 0-0 FG 3-3 PAT

Mack 6-9-15, 2.5 Sacks Means 4-5-9, 3.0 Sacks Way 1-8-9, 1.5 Sacks

Licata 13-30-0, 168 Neutz 6-92 Lee 3-33 Campbell 3-28

Grassman 9-325 36.1 (long 47)

Clarke 0-0 FG 1-1 PAT

Skinner 4-9-13, TFL Mack 3-7-10, 2.5 TFL Means 3-6-9, 2.5 TFL

Nov. 23 Campbell 6-26 at Bowling Green Oliver 9-20 L, 21-7

Neutz 9-140, TD Lee 5-70 Campbell 4-23

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football 2012 STATISTICS Game-by-Game Results (4-8, 3-5 in MAC)

Date Opponent 9/1 at Georgia 9/8 MORGAN STATE 9/19 KENT STATE * 9/29 at Connecticut 10/6 at Ohio University * 10/13 at Northern Illinois * 10/20 PITTSBURGH 10/27 TOLEDO * 11/3 MIAMI (OH) * 11/10 WESTERN MICHIGAN * 11/17 at Massachusetts * 11/23 vs Bowling Green * *Mid-American Conference game

W/L Score Attendance L 23-45 92446 W 56-34 15570 L 7-23 14373 L 17-24 34666 L 31-38 20044 L 3-45 14419 L 6-20 17021 L 20-25 10658 W 27-24 10817 W 29-24 11012 W 29-19 12649 L 7-21 11846

Team Statistics

UB Opponents SCORING 255 342 POINTS PER GAME 21.2 28.5 FIRST DOWNS 242 229 RUSHING 106 93 PASSING 107 119 PENALTY 29 17 RUSHING YARDAGE 2120 1865 YARDS GAINED RUSHING 2391 2218 YARDS LOST RUSHING 271 353 RUSHING ATTEMPTS 486 501 AVERAGE PER RUSH 4.4 3.7 AVERAGE PER GAME 176.7 155.4 TDS RUSHING 13 22 PASSING YARDAGE 2391 2499 COMP-ATT-INT 196-380-10 189-341-13 AVERAGE PER PASS 6.3 7.3 AVERAGE PER CATCH 12.2 13.2 AVERAGE PER GAME 199.2 208.2 TDS PASSING 17 18 TOTAL OFFENSE 4511 4364 TOTAL PLAYS 866 842 AVERAGE PER PLAY 5.2 5.2 AVERAGE PER GAME 375.9 363.7 KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS 45-850 33-786 PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS 13-66 11-115 INT RETURNS: #-YARDS 13-153 10-65 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 18.9 23.8 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 5.1 10.5 INT RETURN AVERAGE 11.8 6.5 FUMBLES-LOST 18-12 10-3 PENALTIES-YARDS 73-750 68-678 AVERAGE PER GAME 62.5 56.5 PUNTS-YARDS 81-2828 70-2580 AVERAGE PER PUNT 34.9 36.9 NET PUNT AVERAGE 32.8 33.6 KICKOFFS-YARDS 51-2700 70-4173 AVERAGE PER KICK 52.9 59.6 NET KICK AVERAGE 44.3 38.9 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 28:15 31:28 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 63/186 68/184 3RD-DOWN PCT 34% 37% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 10/23 14/20 4TH-DOWN PCT 43% 70% SACKS BY-YARDS 34-207 27-134 MISC YARDS 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 32 43 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 11-15 15-20 ON-SIDE KICKS 1-2 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES (25-35) 71% (38-47) 81% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (19-35) 54% (27-47) 57% PAT-ATTEMPTS (28-29) 97% (39-42) 93% ATTENDANCE 79451 174224 GAMES/AVG PER GAME 6/13242 6/31012

Player OLIVER, Branden CAMPBELL, Devin ZORDICH, Alex MURIE, Brandon JEAN, Rashad POTTS, James DENNISON, Alex DANIEL, Tony LEE, Fred HUGHES, Devon ADJEL, Natey GRASSMAN, Tyler TEAM LICATA, Joe Total Opponents

No. 148 115 100 56 17 2 7 1 2 2 1 2 5 28 486 501

Yds 842 534 550 232 73 54 18 7 5 17 2 13 0 44 2391 2218

Neg 21 32 49 11 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 15 31 98 271 353

Net 821 502 501 221 73 54 18 7 5 3 2 -2 -31 -54 2120 1865

Avg TD Lng 5.5 5 36 4.4 2 45 5.0 1 36 3.9 2 20 4.3 0 11 27.0 1 49 2.6 2 5 7.0 0 7 2.5 0 3 1.5 0 17 2.0 0 2 -1.0 0 13 -6.2 0 0 -1.9 0 8 4.4 13 49 3.7 22 57

Receiving

Player NEUTZ, Alex HUGHES, Devon CAMPBELL, Devin LEE, Fred GORDON, Jimmy JOHNSON, Rudy DUNMORE, John DIXON, Cordero OLIVER, Branden DENNISON, Alex MURIE, Brandon WEISER, Matt JEAN, Rashad POTTS, James Total Opponents Player ZORDICH, Alex LICATA, Joe OLIVER, Branden CAMPBELL, Devin MURIE, Brandon DENNISON, Alex JEAN, Rashad POTTS, James DANIEL, Tony LEE, Fred HUGHES, Devon ADJEL, Natey GRASSMAN, Tyler TEAM Total Opponents

Rushing

No. Yds Avg TD Lng 65 1015 15.6 11 55 23 228 9.9 1 36 21 176 8.4 1 42 17 261 15.4 1 44 17 162 9.5 2 38 16 182 11.4 0 26 10 106 10.6 0 21 10 96 9.6 0 32 7 25 3.6 0 10 6 64 10.7 0 26 1 54 54.0 1 4 1 15 15.0 0 15 1 8 8.0 0 8 1 -1 -1.0 0 0 196 2391 12.2 17 55 189 2499 13.2 18 63

GP 8 9 7 11 10 12 8 3 11 8 9 7 12 7 12 12

Total Offense

Plays Rush Pass Total Yds/Gm 308 501 1254 1755 219.4 191 -54 1045 991 110.1 148 821 0 821 117.3 115 502 0 502 45.6 56 221 0 221 22.1 10 18 82 100 8.3 17 73 0 73 9.1 2 54 0 54 18.0 3 7 10 17 1.5 2 5 0 5 0.6 2 3 0 3 0.3 1 2 0 2 0.3 2 -2 0 -2 -0.2 9 -31 0 -31 -4.4 866 2120 2391 4511 375.9 842 1865 2499 4364 363.7

Score By Quarters

First Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter Fourth Quarter Totals Average

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UB Opponents 58 50 64 127 72 100 61 65 255 342 21.2 28.5

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football 2012 STATISTICS Punting

Player No. Yds GRASSMAN, Tyler 80 2828 TEAM 1 0 Total 81 2828 Opponents 70 2580

Player DIXON, Cordero HOUSTON, Okoye BRIM, Derek BAKER, Marqus MINNIEFIELD,Kyn Total Opponents

Player HOUSTON, Okoye MURIE, Brandon CAMPBELL, Devin POTTS, James GORDON, Jimmy REDDEN, Adam WEISER, Matt Total Opponents

Player ZORDICH, Alex LICATA, Joe TEAM DENNISON, Alex DANIEL, Tony Total Opponents

Player CLARKE, Patrick

Avg 35.3 0.0 34.9 36.9

Punt Returns No. 10 1 1 1 0 13 11

All-Purpose Yards

Player Rush Rec PR KOR IR NEUTZ, Alex 0 1015 0 0 0 CAMPBELL, Devin 502 176 0 219 0 OLIVER, Branden 821 25 0 0 0 ZORDICH, Alex 501 0 0 0 0 MURIE, Brandon 221 54 0 202 0 HOUSTON, Okoye 0 0 2 248 28 LEE, Fred 5 261 0 0 0 HUGHES, Devon 3 228 0 0 0 GORDON, Jimmy 0 162 0 51 0 JOHNSON, Rudy 0 182 0 0 0 POTTS, James 54 -1 0 113 0 DIXON, Cordero 0 96 31 0 0 DUNMORE, John 0 106 0 0 0 LESTER, Cortney 0 0 0 0 94 DENNISON, Alex 18 64 0 0 0 JEAN, Rashad 73 8 0 0 0 MINNIEFIELD,Kyn 0 0 33 0 0 WEISER, Matt 0 15 0 12 0 WAY, Colby 0 0 0 0 22 MOSELEY, Willie 0 0 0 0 9 DANIEL, Tony 7 0 0 0 0 REDDEN, Adam 0 0 0 5 0 ADJEL, Natey 2 0 0 0 0 GRASSMAN, Tyler -2 0 0 0 0 TEAM -31 0 0 0 0 LICATA, Joe -54 0 0 0 0 Total 2120 2391 66 850 153 Opponents 1865 2499 115 786 65

Lng TB FC I-20 Blk 58 3 28 19 1 0 0 0 0 0 58 3 28 19 1 74 8 18 24 3

Yds 31 2 0 0 33 66 115

Avg TD Lng 3.1 0 33 2.0 0 2 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 1 33 5.1 1 33 10.5 0 30

Kickoff Returns No. 13 11 10 6 3 1 1 45 33

GP 8 9 7 12 11 12 12

Yds Avg TD Lng 248 19.1 0 33 202 18.4 0 53 219 21.9 0 47 113 18.8 0 25 51 17.0 0 20 5 5.0 0 5 12 12.0 0 12 850 18.9 0 53 786 23.8 2 100

Effic. 109.2 117.1 0.0 439.6 92.0 113.9 126.8

Comp. 106 86 0 3 1 196 189

Passing

Att. 208 163 4 3 2 380 341

Int. 7 3 0 0 0 10 13

Comp. % 51.0 52.8 0.0 100.0 50.0 51.6 55.4

YDS 1254 1045 0 82 10 2391 2499

Field Goals

FGM FGA 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 11-15 73.3 1-1 2-4 4-5 4-5 0-0

TD 9 7 0 1 0 17 18

Long 46 44 0 55 10 55 63

Long 49

Tot. 1015 897 846 501 477 278 266 231 213 182 166 127 106 94 82 81 33 27 22 9 7 5 2 -2 -31 -54 5580 5330

Avg. 92.3 81.5 120.9 62.6 47.7 23.2 33.2 25.7 17.8 18.2 55.3 10.6 21.2 8.5 6.8 10.1 2.8 2.2 1.8 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.3 -0.2 -4.4 -6.0 465.0 444.2

Avg/G 156.8 116.1 0.0 6.8 0.9 199.2 208.2

Blk 0

Scoring

------------------------PATS--------------------Player TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass NEUTZ, Alex 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 CLARKE, Patrick 0 11-15 28-29 0-0 0 0-0 OLIVER, Branden 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 MURIE, Brandon 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 CAMPBELL, Devin 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 GORDON, Jimmy 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 DENNISON, Alex 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 MINNIEFIELD,Kyn 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 POTTS, James 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 HUGHES, Devon 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 ZORDICH, Alex 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 LESTER, Cortney 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 LEE, Fred 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 WEISER, Matt 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 Total 32 11-15 28-29 0-0 1 1-3 Opponents 43 15-20 39-42 0-1 0 0-0

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DXP Saf. Pts 0 0 66 0 0 61 0 0 30 0 0 18 0 0 18 0 0 12 0 0 12 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 2 0 0 255 0 0 342

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football 2012 STATISTICS Defensive Statistics Player MACK, Khalil SKINNER, Lee MEANS, Steven STOCKMAN, Jake WAY, Colby MOSELEY, Willie BRIM, Derek JOHNSON, Najja SHERRY, Witney LESTER, Cortney BAUGH, Issac REDDEN, Adam CAHILL, Wyatt HOUSTON, Okoye WALLACE,Dalonte SOKOLI,Kristjan LAMMONS, Carlos BAKER, Marqus BARKSDALE,Dalto BACHTELLE, Beau PETTIGREW,Scott BROWN, Khari MINNIEFIELD,Kyn ALOZIE, Okezie STRIGGLES, Dwel ROBERSON,Kendal GORDON, Jimmy MCGILL, Marcus DIXON, Cordero DAVIS, Andre GRASSMAN, Tyler MURIE, Brandon POTTS, James JOHNSON, Rudy WHINERY, Graham CAMPBELL, Devin NEUTZ, Alex CHATMAN, Imani WILLOUGHBY, Ron OLIVER, Branden PAXSON, Ryan LEE, Fred Total Opponents

GP 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 7 11 12 10 12 12 6 12 10 12 11 12 8 12 12 10 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 10 3 10 12 11 11 6 7 7 4 8 12 12

-- -––Tackles---------Tackles for loss--- –----Pass Def.------- Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sks-Yds Int-Yds PBU QBH 52 42 94 21.0 - 98 8.0 - 63 . 2 4 36 53 89 8.5 - 47 5.0 - 38 . 1 3 40 37 77 11.0 - 46 6.5 - 40 . 2 2 27 32 59 4.0 - 25 2.5 - 21 . 2 . 28 30 58 10.5 - 39 7.0 - 30 1 - 22 2 1 25 26 51 5.5 - 16 2.5 - 12 1 - 9 . 4 33 14 47 2.0 - 7 . . 2 . 27 16 43 0.5 - 3 . 5 - 0 6 . 25 15 40 . . . 3 . 22 17 39 . . 4 - 94 6 . 21 16 37 1.5 - 1 0.5 - 0 . 2 1 18 9 27 2.0 - 4 . 1 - 0 2 . 7 20 27 0.5 - 1 . . 1 . 11 16 27 3.0 - 11 1.0 - 2 1 - 28 1 2 15 6 21 1.5 - 3 1.0 - 1 . . . 8 12 20 3.0 - 10 . . 1 1 12 7 19 1.0 - 6 . . 1 . 13 4 17 2.0 - 7 . . 6 . 3 9 12 0.5 - 1 . . 1 . 3 8 11 . . . . . 7 4 11 1.0 - 1 . . . 1 5 2 7 . . . . . 5 1 6 . . . . . . 5 5 . . . . . 2 2 4 . . . . . 1 2 3 . . . . . 1 2 3 . . . . . . 2 2 . . . . . 1 1 2 . . . . . 1 1 2 . . . . . 1 1 2 . . . . . 2 . 2 . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 1 . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 1 . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . 460 414 874 79 - 326 34 - 207 13 - 153 40 19 472 440 912 69 - 265 27 - 134 10 - 65 46 11

---Fumbles---Rec-Yds FF . 4 . 1 . . . 1 1 - 0 . 1 - 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 0 6 12 - 19 15

Blks Sfty 1 . . . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . 1 .

Additional Numbers of Note Red Zone Statistics 2012 --------------- failed to score inside 20 -------------- Team # In 20 Scores Pts TDs FGs FGA Downs Int. Fumb Half Pct. TD Pct. Buffalo 35 25 150 19 6 3 3 2 1 1 54.3% 71.4% Opponents 47 38 218 27 11 2 3 2 0 2 71.0% 80.8%

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football 2012 GAME RECAPS GEORGIA 45, BUFFALO 23

BUFFALO 56, MORGAN STATE 34

The University at Buffalo football team put up a valiant effort before falling to sixth-ranked Georgia, 45-23, in front of 92,446 at Sanford Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Bulls put up 347 yards of offense against one of the nation’s top defenses and trailed by only eight at the half before losing to the Bulldogs.

The postgame fireworks at UB Stadium were no comparison to the ones set off by the University at Buffalo offense in a 56-34 win over Morgan State on Saturday night. The Bulls rolled up 571 yards of total offense while possessing the ball for less than 20 minutes. The 56 points were the most ever scored by the Bulls in their Division I-A history.

SEPT. 1, 2012 • SANFORD STADIUM • ATHENS, GA

Alex Zordich and Branden Oliver led the Bulls’ offensive attack. The duo combined to rush for 194 yards and each scored a touchdown. Oliver gained 111 yards on 30 carries, while Zordich ran for a career-high 83 yards on 14 attempts. Georgia took its opening possession and drove 53 yards for a touchdown. A confident Buffalo team responded with an 11play, 75-yard drive of its own and Zordich found Alex Neutz for a 16-yard touchdown pass to cut the lead to 7-6. However, Patrick Clarke failed to convert the extra point. UB special team troubles continued on the next play as Georgia return man, Todd Gurley, took the kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown to put the Bulldogs ahead, 14-6. Georgia would score a field goal and a touchdown on two of its next three possessions to take a 24-6 lead and seemingly had control of the game. However, the Bulls weren’t going to go away quietly. On its next possession, UB got its run game going, ignited by a 36-yard run by Oliver. The junior running back also added a 17-yarder on the drive. A 19-yard completion from Zordich to Jimmy Gordon gave the Bulls first and goal at the 4-yard line. Oliver capped the Bulls’ 94-yard scoring drive with a 2-yard touchdown run. “Overall, offensively to come up with a 94-yard drive against one of the best defenses Georgia has seen in a while gives us a great deal of confidence that we can move the ball when we put our minds and our hearts to it,” Quinn said. The Bulls’ defense stepped up on Georgia’s next possession and forced a three-and-out. Colby Way recorded his second sack of the afternoon to force a Bulldog punt. Georgia-native Cordero Dixon returned the punt 33 yards to give UB the ball at the Bulldogs’ 48-yard line. UB drove the ball down to the 1-yard line, but had to settle for a Clarke 18-yard field goal, but still trailed just 24-16 at halftime. At the half, the Bulls had 243 yards of total offense compared to Georgia’s 188. The Bulldogs struck quickly in the second half and took just six plays to score a touchdown to take a 31-16 lead. Georgia began to move the ball better in the second half. A late third-quarter touchdown and 55-yard touchdown run by Gurley midway through the fourth put the Bulldogs ahead, 45-16. Buffalo put together an impressive 10-play, 75-yard touchdown drive on its final possession of the game. Zordich connected with Gordon for 38 yards on the drive’s first play to set the tone. Zordich capped the drive with his feet with a 2-yard touchdown plunge. Defensively, the Bulls had more sacks (3) and tackles for loss (5) than the vaunted Georgia defense (2 and 4). Way led the UB effort with two sacks to go along with six tackles. Scott Pettigrew led all tacklers with nine.

SCORING SUMMARY G - Gurley, 6, run (Morgan Kick) UB - Neutz, 16, pass from Zordich (Clarke Kick Failed) G - Gurley, 100, kickoff return (Morgan Kick) G - Morgan, 35, Field Goal G - King, 63, pass from Murray (Morgan Kick) UB - Oliver, 2, run (Clarke Kick) UB - Clarke, 18, Field Goal G - Wooten, 38, pass from Murray (Morgan Kick) G - Bennett, 12, pass from Murray (Morgan Kick) G - Gurley, 55, run (Morgan kick) UB - Zordich, 2, run (Clarke kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UB G 17 23 199 227 148 258 14-25-0 15-27-0 347 485 1-0 1-0 3-25 5-22 1-33-0 2-39-0 2-42-0 4-143-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 6 of 18 7 of 14 1 of 1 0 of 0 4-4 3-4 3-8 2-6

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Buffalo-Oliver 30-111; Zordich 14-83; Potts 1-5. Georgia-Gurley 8-100; Marshall 10-46; LeMay 3-36; Malcome 6-32; Samuel 3-17; Hall 1-5; Harton 1-3; Murray 7-(-12). PASSING: Buffalo-Zordich 14-24-0-148; Team 0-1-0-0. Georgia-Murray 15-26-0-258; Wooten 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Buffalo-Neutz 5-52; Gordon 3-63; Dennison 3-21; Lee 2-13; Potts 1-(-1). Georgia-King 6-117; Bennett 5-76; Wooten 2-45; Conley 2-20. Time of Game: 3:26, Attendance: 92,446

SEPT. 8, 2012 • UB STADIUM • BUFFALO, NY

The offense was led by the trio of Alex Zordich, Alex Neutz and Branden Oliver. Zordich had the finest game of his career by going 16-for-21 for 237 yards and a career-high four touchdowns. The four touchdown passes tied a Division I-A record. Zordich was red hot out of the gate, completing all 10 of his passes in the first half. The Youngstown, OH native’s favorite target was Neutz who finished with eight catches for a career-high 154 yards and tied a school-record with four touchdown catches. Neutz had touchdown catches of 16, 22, 34 and 28 yards. And then there was Oliver. The junior running back had 25 carries for a UB Division I-A-record 238 yards and two touchdowns. It was a career high rushing effort for the Miami native. He broke his own Division I-A record of 235 yards set last season against Akron. On its first possession, Morgan State drove down the field and had first and goal at the UB 5-yard line. The UB defensive responded with a Lee Skinner sack, a Khalil Mack tackle for loss and a Colby Way sack to force a Morgan State field goal. The Bears’ lead was short lived as Buffalo took the ensuing kickoff and drove 75 yards for a touchdown. Oliver plunged into the end zone from one yard out for his first touchdown of the night. The scoring continued on UB’s next possession as Zordich connected with Jimmy Gordon from 18 yards out to put the Bulls up 14-3. It was the first career touchdown for the junior tight end. After a Morgan State field goal, the UB offense struck quickly again – driving 62 yards on just five plays. Oliver scored from three yards out, for this second touchdown of the game, to put the Bulls ahead, 21-6. Morgan State drove 90 yards on its next possession to cut the UB lead to 21-13 with 2:30 left in the half. However, with the way the Buffalo offense was humming, it was plenty of time to put more points on the board. The Bulls drove 68 yards on just four plays and Zordich found a streaking Neutz for a 16-yard score. Not content, the UB defense got the ball back for the offense and the Bulls drove 46 yards on just three plays to close the half with another touchdown. Zordich hooked up with Neutz again, this time from 22 yards out, to give the Bulls a 35-13 lead at the half. Neutz came up with his prettiest catch of the night for his third touchdown. The Grand Island native made an acrobatic catch over a defender and tip-toed down the sideline for a 34-yard score. After Morgan State scored to cut the lead to 42-20, Nuetz caught his fourth touchdown of the night. However, this one was a 28-yarder from redshirt freshman Joe Licata. It was the first career pass attempt from the highly-touted recruit from Williamsville South High School. Buffalo used its quickest scoring drive of the night for its next touchdown, driving 83 yards on just two plays. Oliver scampered 34 yards to start the drive and sophomore James Potts finished the job by galloping 49 yards for his first career touchdown. Morgan State scored a late touchdown to make the final score 56-34. Lost in the all the impressive offensive numbers, were some standout performances on the defensive side of the ball. The defense had 10 tackles for loss and six sacks. Mack, playing in his first game of the season, had eight tackles, 1.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss. Jake Stockman and Witney Sherry tied for the team high in tackles with 10 apiece – career highs for both players. Steven Means tied a career high with nine tackles and added 1.5 sacks. SCORING SUMMARY INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS MSU - Gonzalez, 35, Field Goal RUSHING: MSU-Davidson 26-136; Mann 17-74; Council UB - Oliver, 1, run (Clarke Kick) 13-23; Higgins 4-(-32). Buffalo-Oliver 25-238; Potts 1-49; UB - Gordon, 18, pass from Zordich (Clarke Kick) Murie 3-13; Zordich 2-10; Campbell 1-(-4). MSU - Gonzalez, 21, Field Goal PASSING: MSU-Council 12-16-0-161; Higgins 1-2-0-4. UB- Oliver, 3, run (Clarke Kick) Buffalo-Zordich 16-21-1-237; Licata 1-2-0-28. MSU - Davidson, 38, run (Gonzalez Kick) RECEIVING: MSU-Davidson 3-34; Taylor 3-32; Johnson 3-26; UB - Neutz, 16, pass from Zordich (Clarke Kick) King 2-52; Flowers 1-13; Young 1-8. Buffalo-Neutz 8-154; UB - Neutz, 22, pass from Zordich (Clarke Kick) Gordon 2-23; Dixon 2-17; Campbell 2-11; Dennison 1-26; UB - Neutz, 34, pass from Zordich (Clarke Kick) Johnson 1-24; Oliver 1-10. MSU - King, 44, pass from Council (Gonzalez Kick) Time of Game: 3:10, Attendance: 15,570 UB - Neutz, 28, pass from Licata (Clarke Kick) TEAM STATISTICS MSU - Mann, 5, run (Gonzalez Kick) MSU UB UB - Potts, 49, run (Clarke Kick) FIRST DOWNS 25 28 MSU - Davidson, 21, pass from Council (Gonzalez Kick) NET YARDS RUSHING 201 306 NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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165 265 13-18-0 17-24-1 366 571 0-0 0-0 8-85 12-117 1-5-0 2-(-3)-0 6-180-0 6-136-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 6 of 15 3 of 7 0 of 0 1 of 1 3-4 4-4 0-0 6-37

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football KENT STATE 23, BUFFALO 7

CONNECTICUT 24, BUFFALO 17

The University at Buffalo struggled to get its offense going and dropped a primetime matchup with division-foe Kent State, 23-7, at UB Stadium on Wednesday night.

The University at Buffalo football team had a final possession to try to tie the game late, but the rally fell short as the Bulls lost to Connecticut, 24-17, at Rentschler Field on Saturday afternoon.

Injuries to key players were a huge factor in the game as All-MAC running back Branden Oliver as well as starting defensive end Steven Means and starting wide receiver Fred Lee were lost for the game with first-half injuries.

For the first time in the Jeff Quinn era a running back other than Branden Oliver was in the starting lineup. Brandon Murie and Devin Campbell filled in admirably for the Doak Walker candidate. The duo combined for 164 yards of total offense and a pair of touchdowns against one of the nation’s top defenses. In fact, as a team, the Bulls outgained the Huskies in total offense, 361-360.

SEPT. 19, 2012 • UB STADIUM • BUFFALO, NY

SEPT. 29, 2012 • RENTSCHLER FIELD • EAST HARTFORD, CT

After two games of producing eye-popping offensive numbers, the Bulls struggled to get their offense going all night. Buffalo was held to a season-low 267 yards of total offense. “It was a disappointed loss and very frustrating. I’m very aggravated,” head coach Jeff Quinn said. “I expected us to play a lot better, especially on the offensive side of the ball. Give Kent State credit, they came in here and won a football game.”

“Our football team today went on the road and played extremely hard against a good football team in Connecticut,” head coach Jeff Quinn said. “I really like the way our kids fought. They competed their tail ends off. I couldn’t be more proud of the football team in that locker room.”

Kent State (2-1, 1-0 MAC) struck first with a Dri Archer 11-yard run early in the second quarter to give the Golden Flashes a 7-0 lead. The touchdown was set up by a 57-yard run by the speedy Archer who finished with 127 yards on 14 carries.

Connecticut struck first on its opening possession with a 29-yard field goal to take a 3-0 lead with 10:10 left in the first quarter.

Kent State added a 23-yard field goal with 5:51 left in the half to take a 10-0 lead. Kent State looked in control and as if they would take that 10-point lead to the locker room until Buffalo’s final play of the half. Alex Zordich connected with Alex Neutz on a 46-yard Hail Mary pass, as time expired, to cut the Kent State lead to 10-7 at the break.

The Bulls responded with a 10-play, 75-yard drive capped off by a 4-yard touchdown run by Murie. The key play of the drive was a 4th-and-5 conversion at the UConn 34-yard line. Alex Zordich faked the end-around handoff to Murie and threw a screen pass to Campbell that the freshman was able to advance to the Huskies’ 4-yard-line. Murie punched it in on the very next play.

Buffalo stepped up its defensive effort in the second half and kept the score at 13-7 until the fourth quarter. The Bulls just couldn’t get anything going on offense. Having an injured Oliver on the sideline didn’t help. The junior running back rushed for 77 yards in the first half before exiting the game. Junior Brandon Murie and true freshman Devin Campbell filled in admirably. Murie had nine rushes for 37 yards, while Campbell rushed for 27 yards on five carries.

Thanks to some big plays, Connecticut would score the game’s next three touchdowns. A 36-yard TD reception early in the second quarter, followed by a 50-yard touchdown run just four minutes later gave the Huskies a 17-7 lead at the half. The Huskies scored on a 2-yard run to take a 24-7 lead with 5:03 left in the third quarter.

The Bulls’ defensive effort was led by Khalil Mack. The junior linebacker was the best defensive player on the field for either team. He finished with a career-high 12 tackles, four tackles for loss, two sacks and a pass breakup.

Buffalo reached into its bag of tricks for its second score. Zordich threw a quick strike to Neutz who then flipped the ball to Murie who raced down the sideline for a 50-yard touchdown. The Bulls headed to the fourth quarter trailing 24-14.

Mack now has 7.5 tackles for loss through two games and has moved into second place in school history with 42.5 career TFLs.

After the UB touchdown, the UB defense stepped up and forced punts on UConn’s next four possessions. Buffalo didn’t allow the Huskies to advance the ball more than 19 yards on any of the four possessions.

Another defensive highlight came from Najja Johnson who had his first career interception in the fourth quarter. Patrick Clarke connected on a 44-yard field goal with 2:32 left in the game to cut the UConn advantage to 24-17. SCORING SUMMARY KSU - Archer, 11, run (Cortez Kick) KSU - Cortez, 23, field goal UB - Neutz, 46, pass from Zordich (Clarke Kick) KSU - Cortez, 33, field goal KSU - Cortez, 21, field goal KSU - Durden, 2, run (Cortez Kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

KSU UB 19 16 239 168 165 113 13-28-1 5-26-3 404 281 0-0 1-1 10-100 4-50 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-6-0 3-59-0 3-27-0 1-0-0 7 of 20 3 of 13 1 of 1 0 of 1 5-6 0-0 2-3 5-30

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Kent State-Archer 14-127; Durham 23-112; Durden 4-16; Keith 6-(-4); Fisher 6-(-12). Buffalo-Oliver 16-77; Murie 9-37; Zordich 8-29; Campbell 5-27; Licata 1-(-2). PASSING: Kent State-Keith 6-15-0-72; Fisher 7-13-1-93. Buffalo-Zordich 4-22-2-92; Licata 1-3-1-21. RECEIVING: Kent State-Boyle 4-25; Hurdle 3-33; Durham 2-47; Archer 2-32; Erjavec 1-23; Payton 1-5. Buffalo-Neutz 2-58; Hughes 2-57; Gordon 1-(-2). Time of Game: 3:17, Attendance: 14,373

After forcing a 3-and-out, the Bulls regained possession on their own 20-yard line. They were able to advance it to their own 41-yard line before turning the ball over on downs. Coming into the game UConn was ranked fifth in the nation in total defense. However, the Bulls showed that they play some defense in Buffalo, too. UB had more sacks (3) and tackles for loss (8) on the afternoon than UConn (1 & 5). Lee Skinner had a career-high 13 tackles to lead the defensive effort. Khalil Mack continued to be a terror in the backfield as he had 3.5 more tackles for loss to bring his season total to an astounding 11 through three games. Zordich threw for 220 yards and a touchdown and ran for a team-best 76 yards. He extended his streak of throwing a touchdown pass to four games. SCORING SUMMARY UC - Christen, 29, field goal UB - Murie, 4, run (Clarke Kick Good) UC - Griffin, 36, pass from Whitmer (Christen Kick Good) UC - Hyppolite, 50, run (Christen Kick Good) UC - McCombs, 2, run (Christen Kick Good) UB - Murie, 50, pass from Zordich (Clarke Kick Good) UB - Clarke, 44, field goal TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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UB UC 13 16 141 133 220 227 13-30-1 15-22-0 361 360 1-1 1-0 3-30 3-14 1-0-0 1-10-0 3-67-0 1-13-0 0-0-0 1-(-1)-0 6 of 18 4 of 14 1 of 3 0 of 1 1-1 2-2 3-14 1-1

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Buffalo-Zordich 14-76; Murie 18-55; Campbell 6-25; Grassman 1-(-15). Connecticut-McCombs 29-97; Hyppolite 6-60; Williams 1-(-4); Whitmer 5-(-18). PASSING: Buffalo-Zordich 13-30-1-220. ConnecticutWhitmer 15-22-0-227. RECEIVING: Buffalo-Neutz 6-90; Johnson 2-33; Campbell 2-30; Hughes 2-13; Murie 1-54. Connecticut-Williams 4-57; McCombs 3-33; Davis 2-32; Smith 2-26; Griffin 1-36; Phillips 1-18; Delahunt 1-16; Osiecki 1-9. Time of Game: 3:01, Attendance: 34,666

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football OHIO 38, BUFFALO 31

NORTHERN ILLINOIS 45, BUFFALO 3

The University at Buffalo football team rolled up over 500 yards of total offense at Peden Stadium on Saturday afternoon, but it wasn’t enough to hand the host Ohio Bobcats their first loss of the season as the Bulls lost to Ohio, 38-31. For the second straight week the Bulls were without star running back Branden Oliver, so freshman Devin Campbell filled in. Campbell made his first career start a memorable one, rushing for a career-high 160 yards to become just the second true freshman to rush for over 100 yards in the Bulls’ Division I-A era (since 1999). As a team, the Bulls rushed for a season-high 313 yards against an Ohio defense that came into the game allowing just 94 yards per game on the ground. Along with Campbell, Alex Zordich also had a standout day running the football. The junior signal caller ran 18 times for 108 yards, making him the first quarterback in UB’s Division I-A era to crack the century mark. Buffalo looked in command early as the Bulls scored on their first two possessions to take a quick 14-0 lead. UB took the opening possession 75 yards down the field using the strength of its run game. Nine of the 10 plays on the drive were runs, capped off by Campbell’s first career touchdown from three yards out. Najja Johnson picked off Ohio quarterback Tyler Tettleton on Ohio’s fist possession to give the ball back to Bulls at the Bobcats’ 7-yard line. Buffalo responded with a 14-play, 93-yard drive over the next 5:35 and when Zordich found Devon Hughes in the back of the end zone from 10-yards out, Buffalo led 14-0. The Bobcats struck right back the next time they touched the ball as Daz’ Patterson returned the ensuing kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown. In the second quarter, the Bulls snuffed a fake field goal attempt by Ohio inside of its own 15 yard line, but a fumble would give the home team the ball right back at the 14-yard line. Beau Blankenship converted on the very next play to square the score at 14 apiece. Turnovers were a huge problem for the Bulls in the first half as they had three second-quarter fumbles. The Bobcats capitalized by scoring two touchdowns off the turnovers and led 21-14 at the half. On Ohio’s first possession of the second half, it mustered a 45-yard field goal to put the lead at 10 points, but Buffalo would reach even deeper into its bag of tricks to score on the ensuing possession. After a 19-yard run by Campbell and an 8-yard run from Zordich, the Bulls went with the “Bo-Cat” formation with Alex Dennison filling in for Oliver. The tight end, who had earlier in the game punched through for a handful of first downs running, took to the air and found a wide open Alex Neutz for a 55-yard touchdown. The score brought the Bulls to within three, and after the UB defense held Ohio to just two yards on its next drive, Khalil Mack got a hand on the punt and gave the team solid field position that would lead to the game-tying field goal. Patrick Clarke remained perfect on the year after pushing through a 30-yard field goal that pulled the Bulls even at 24-24. But the Bobcats bounced back with an 11-play, 65-yard touchdown drive on their next possession to regain 31-24 lead early in the fourth quarter. Ohio struck again when Ryan Boykin raced to the end zone from 51 yards out and suddenly Ohio led, 38-24, with 5:56 remaining in the game. Buffalo gained possession with 1:49 left in the game and marched 77 yards on eight plays. The key play on the drive was a 32-yard completion from Zordich to Cordero Dixon that gave the Bulls the ball at the Ohio 3-yard line. Two plays later, Dennison punched it in from one yard out and suddenly the Bulls had life. However, trailing 38-31, with just eight seconds remaining, the Bulls were unable to recover the onside kick attempt and the Bobcats held on for the victory. “I told the team that they competed their tail ends off,” head coach Jeff Quinn said. “They are obviously disappointed, as I am. We fell short today. We ran out of time. But I couldn’t be more proud of our effort today.” The Bulls outgained the Bobcats 501-333 and ran 92 plays, surpassing its previous season high of 70. The team reached the 500 yard plateau for the eighth time since 1999, and the fourth time under head coach Jeff Quinn. Thanks to its efficient third down conversion, the Bulls also enjoyed over 11 extra minutes in time of possession, but Ohio’s short fields would be too much to overcome. Skinner led the defense with nine total tackles including the sack. Cortney Lester added five tackles and a pair of pass breakups. Tettleton’s 183 yards passing were the fewest all season for the Bobcat QB, and Johnson’s first-quarter interception was the first interception thrown by Tettleton this season. Blankenship was also held in check, rushing for only 86 yards on 24 carries, marking the first time all season that he failed to reach 100 in a game. Campbell and Zordich became the first UB tandem since 2008 to both go over 100 yards in a single game, when James Starks and Brandon Thermilus went for 100 each against UTEP. The Bulls surpassed 300 yards on the ground for the second time this season, just beating out the 306 yards against Morgan State. Originally a quarterback for the Bulls, Dennison was a unique threat as the Bo-Cat quarterback, rushing four times for 13 yards and a score and throwing the 55-yard touchdown to Neutz. Each of his four carries resulted in first downs. Redshirt-freshman quarterback Joe Licata saw some time in the fourth quarter and went 5-for-10 for 38 yards.

Playing their third road game in as many weeks, the University at Buffalo football team lost to the defending Mid-American Conference champion Northern Illinois Huskies, 45-3, at Huskie Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

OCT. 6, 2012 • PEDEN STADIUM • ATHENS, OH

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UB OU 30 16 313 149 188 184 19-36-0 15-27-1 501 333 4-3 0-0 9-110 8-89 1-0-0 1-10-0 4-83-0 5-149-1 1-0-0 0-0-0 10 of 19 6 of 13 1 of 2 0 of 2 4-4 3-4 1-10 1-12

OCT. 13, 2012 • HUSKIE STADIUM • DEKALB, IL

Northern Illinois (6-1, 3-0 MAC), the league’s top rushing team, rolled up 219 yards on the ground and four touchdowns on the afternoon. The Bulls had trouble stopping the Huskies top weapon, quarterback Jordan Lynch. NIU’s signal caller ran for 129 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 232 yards and two more scores. Northern Illinois’ defense really keyed on stopping the Bulls’ lethal run attack and held UB to a season-low 74 yards rushing. Devin Campbell who went off for 160 yards last week, was held to just 36 yards on 22 carries. Alex Zordich and Joe Licata combined to throw for 263 yards. Devon Hughes had a career-high nine catches for 105 yards. Alex Neutz added seven receptions for 81 yards. The Huskies took the opening kickoff and drove 75 yards on 13 plays for a touchdown to take a 7-0 lead just five minutes into the game. The Bulls responded by taking their first possession and driving 73 yards down the field. However, UB had to settle for a Patrick Clarke 28-yard field goal to make the score, 7-3, with 3:21 left in the first quarter. It was all Huskies after that as Northern Illinois put together three long scoring drives in the second quarter to take a 28-3 lead at the half. Northern Illinois didn’t let up at the start of the second half as Lynch found Martel Moore for a 43-yard touchdown the first time it touched the ball in the third quarter. Lynch later found Tommylee Lewis for a 28-yard touchdown late in the third quarter and the Huskies capped the scoring with a field goal late in the game. Khalil Mack led the UB defensive effort with 10 tackles, including 1.5 for loss. Lee Skinner added six tackles for the Bulls. Heading into the game, Buffalo was one of only three teams in the nation to have a 100 percent scoring rate in the red zone. However, three red zone turnovers on the afternoon added to UB’s frustrations.

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UB NIU 26 21 74 219 263 241 27-49-2 15-25-0 337 460 1-1 1-1 7-103 7-81 2-(-10)-0 1-0-0 5-69-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-13-0 7 of 19 4 of 14 1 of 2 4 of 5 1-4 4-5 0-0 4-4

SCORING SUMMARY NIU - Brown, 12, run (Sims Kick Good) UB - Clarke, 28, field goal NIU - Daniels, 1, run (Sims Kick Good) NIU - Lynch, 4, run (Sims Kick Good) NIU - Lynch, 4, run (Sims Kick Good) NIU - Moore, 43, pass from Lynch (Sims Kick Good) NIU - Lewis, 28, pass from Lynch (Sims Kick Good) NIU - Sims, 42, field goal INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Buffalo- Zordich 13-47; Campbell 22-36; Dennison 1-0; Licata 3-(-9). Northern Illinois-Lynch 15-129; Eakes 1-32; Daniels 3-15; Brown 1-12; Harris 7-12; Settle 6-10; Lewis 2-4; McIntosh 5-3; Sebastiano 1-2. PASSING: Buffalo-Zordich 18-29-2-177; Licata 9-20-0-86. Northern Illinois-Lynch 13-20-0-232; McIntosh 2-5-0-9. RECEIVING: Buffalo-Hughes 9-105; Neutz 7-81; Johnson 4-27; Dunmore 3-34; Campbell 3-9; Gordon 1-7. Northern Illinois-Moore 8-133; Lewis 3-42; Brescacin 2-24; Eakes 1-45; Brinlee 1-(-3). Time of Game: 3:07, Attendance: 14,419

SCORING SUMMARY UB- Campbell, 3, run (Clarke Kick Good) UB - Hughes, 10, pass from Zordich (Clarke Kick Good) OU - Patterson, 100, kick return (Weller Kick Good) OU - Blankenship, 14, run (Weller Kick Good) OU - Futrell, 15, pass from Tettleton (Weller Kick Good) OU - Weller, 45, field goal (Weller Kick Good) UB - Neutz, 55, pass from Dennison (Clarke Kick Good) UB - Clarke, 30, field goal OU - Boykin, 1, run (Weller Kick Good) OU - Boykin, 51, run (Weller Kick Good) UB - Dennison, 1, run (Clarke Kick Good) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Buffalo-Campbell 30-160; Zordich 19-110; Hughes 1-17; Dennison 4-13; Grassman 1-13; Licata 1-0. Ohio University-Blankenship 25-86; Boykin 6-64. PASSING: Buffalo-Zordich 13-25-0-97; Licata 5-10-0-36; Dennison 1-1-0-55. Ohio University-Tettleton 14-26-1-183; Waters 1-1-0-1. RECEIVING: Buffalo-Neutz 4-77; Hughes 4-19; Dixon 3-37; Johnson 3-19; Gordon 3-16; Campbell 2-20. Ohio University-Bussey 8-77; Hill 3-38; Waters 1-36; Cochran 1-17; Futrell 1-15; Edmond 1-1. Time of Game: 3:34, Attendance: 20,044

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football PITTSBURGH 20, BUFFALO 6

TOLEDO 25, BUFFALO 20

Playing without a number of key starters, the University at Buffalo football team dropped a 20-6 decision to Pittsburgh at a soggy UB Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Even without running back Branden Oliver and leading receiver Alex Neutz, the Bulls outgained Pittsburgh in total offense and had nine more first downs.

The University at Buffalo football team came up just short in its bid to upset Toledo, falling to the Rockets, 25-20, at a rainy UB Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

OCT. 20, 2012 • UB STADIUM • BUFFALO, NY

OCT. 27, 2012 • UB STADIUM • BUFFALO, NY

Head Coach Jeff Quinn’s mantra has always been “Next Bull In” and that has never been tested more than this season as starter after starter has been lost to injury.

Buffalo had three offensive weapons back in its arsenal as Branden Oliver, Alex Neutz and Fred Lee were all back in the starting lineup. Playing in his first game since Sept. 19, Oliver finished with 101 yards on 24 carries. Neutz, who missed the last game with a chest injury, had six catches for 135 yards and a touchdown.

Freshman Devin Campbell rushed for a game-high 104 yards on 19 carries for his second 100-yard game in Oliver’s absence. He became the first true freshman in the Bulls’ Division I-A history to go over 100 yards in a game twice in a season.

Buffalo came out with a great defensive game plan to stop the high-octane offense of the Rockets. The Bulls held Toledo to just 115 yards of offense in the first half.

Without the services of Neutz, John Dunmore filled in admirably. The sophomore receiver had seven catches for 72 yards. Prior to last week’s game at Northern Illinois, the Syracuse native didn’t have a catch in his career.

Cortney Lester put the Bulls on the board first as he intercepted a pass and scampered 23 yards for a touchdown with 7:48 left in the first quarter.

Buffalo’s defense held quarterback Tino Sunseri, Pitt’s fourth all-time leading passer, to just 128 yards passing. It was by far his lowest output of the season. His previous low was 239 yards against Youngstown State.

Toledo answered back with a defensive touchdown of its own as Dan Molls returned a UB fumble 13 yards for a touchdown to tie the game.

The defense was led by Khalil Mack who tied a career high with 12 tackles. Derek Brim, filling in for injured starting safety Witney Sherry, had a career-high seven tackles (all solo) and added a tackle for loss).

Alex Zordich connected with Devin Campbell on a 42-yard touchdown pass with 7:06 left in the half to give the Bulls a 14-7 lead – a lead they would take into the locker room at halftime.

After being forced to punt on its first possession, Pittsburgh converted field goals the next two times it touched the ball to take a 6-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Toledo, the MAC’s third ranked scoring offense, got into gear in the second half, scoring on each of its first two second half possessions and rolling up 243 yards of total offense, including 146 yards on the ground, in the third quarter alone.

With the Bulls in Pittsburgh territory, early in the second quarter, the Panthers came up with a key turnover as Jason Hendricks picked off an Alex Zordich pass to end the UB threat. Pittsburgh was able to convert the turnover into a touchdown as nine plays later Rushel Shell found the end zone from four yards out.

Lockport native David Fluellen, who finished with a career-high 228 yards rushing, scored both of the Rockets’ early third quarter touchdowns. Steven Means blocked both extra points, but the Bulls were trailing, 19-14, with 8:11 left in the third quarter.

Trailing 13-0, the Bulls battled back late in the half. An 11-play, 55-yard drive resulted in a 27-yard Patrick Clarke field goal that cut the lead to 13-3 with 4:16 left in the second quarter.

An 84-yard drive by the Rockets was capped by a Terrance Owens to Alex Zmolik 7-yard touchdown pass and Toledo extended its lead to 25-14 late in the third quarter.

The defense stepped up and forced a Pittsburgh 3-and-out to regain possession with less than a minute left in the half. Buffalo capitalized as Clarke drilled a 41-yard field goal with just 12 seconds remaining in the second quarter to cut the Pitt advantage to 13-6 at the break.

With Joe Licata behind center, the Bulls mounted a 7-play, 73-yard drive, punctuated by an 8-yard touchdown pass from Licata to Neutz. Although the two-point conversion failed, the Bulls trailed just 25-20 with 14:48 left in the game.

Ray Graham scored on a 7-yard touchdown run with 6:29 left in the third quarter to put the Panthers ahead, 20-6. The Bulls put together some long drives, but just couldn’t put any more points on the board and lost by the 13-point margin. Zordich finished the day 23-of-41 for 165 yards through the air and added 79 yards rushing. His 23 completions and 41 attempts were both career highs. He spread the ball around to six different receivers. Devon Hughes had five catches, Campbell had four and Cordero Dixon had three grabs. Buffalo had 334 yards of total offense compared to 254 for Pittsburgh. “We had our opportunities and we had our chances, we didn’t capitalize in terms of scoring,” Quinn said. “We outgained them in total yards, but let’s face it, it’s about putting points on the board and we weren’t able to do that. We had our moments out there tonight. I was proud of the way our kids competed. There’s not a kid in that room that didn’t desire to win that football game tonight.” TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

PITT UB 13 22 126 169 128 165 9-17-0 23-42-1 254 334 2-0 1-0 4-45 5-28 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-60-0 1-23-0 0-0-0 7 of 15 7 of 19 1 of 1 3 of 6 3-3 1-3 3-13 1-8

The Bulls had their chances, but couldn’t convert late in the game and the Rockets (8-1, 5-0 MAC) held on for their eighth straight win. In the starting lineup for the second straight week, safety Derek Brim led the Bulls in tackles with a career-high nine. Lee Skinner added eight tackles, including 1.5 for loss. Colby Way had two of the Bulls’ seven tackles for loss in the game. Adam Redden had his first career interception with a pick in the second quarter. It was Oliver’s 11th career 100-yard rushing game, moving him just two shy of the school record for 100-yard games, held by Anthony Swan (1994-97). Neutz’s eighth touchdown catch of the season moved him into eighth place in school history for a single season. Coming into the game, Toledo’s Bernard Reedy ranked in the top 20 in the nation in punt returns. However, the Bulls kept him in check, allowing just one return for negative six yards. Tyler Grassman had five punts downed inside the 20-yard line.

SCORING SUMMARY PITT - Harper, 45, field goal PITT - Harper, 22, field goal PITT - Shell, 4, run (Harper Kick Good) UB - Clarke, 27, field goal UB - Clarke, 41, field goal PITT - Graham, 7, run (Harper Kick Good)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Pittsburgh-Graham 20-74; Shell 12-35; Street 2-16; Sunseri 6-3. Buffalo-Campbell 19-104; Zordich 19-79; Hughes 1-(-14). PASSING: Pittsburgh-Sunseri 9-17-0-128. Buffalo-Zordich 23-41-1-165; Daniel 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Pittsburgh-Street 5-41; Shannahan 2-39; Shell 1-41; Brinson 1-7. Buffalo-Dunmore 7-72; Hughes 5-27; Campbell 4-13; Dixon 3-15; Johnson 2-29; Gordon 2-9. Time of Game: 3:04, Attendance: 17,021

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TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UT UB 18 16 241 170 171 202 12-25-2 11-28-0 412 372 0-0 3-2 2-30 1-15 1-(-6)-0 1-8-0 3-42-0 3-11-0 0-0-0 2-23-1 4 of 14 4 of 15 0 of 1 0 of 0 3-4 1-2 2-13 0-0

SCORING SUMMARY UB - Lester, 23, interception return (Clarke Kick Good) UT - Molls, 13, fumble return (Detmer Kick Good) UB - Campbell, 42, pass from Zordich (Clarke Kick Good) UT - Fluellen, 8, run (Detmer Kick Blocked) UT - Fluellen, 1, run (Detmer Kick Blocked) UT - Zmolik, 7, pass from Owens (Detmer Kick Failed) UB - Neutz, 8, pass from Licata (Licata Pass Failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Toledo-Fluelle 35-228; Owens 7-22; McDowell 1-1. Buffalo-Oliver 24-101; Zordich 11-67; Campbell 2-6; Licata 2-(-4). PASSING: Toledo-Owens 12-25-2-171. Buffalo-Zordich 5-160-118; Licata 5-11-0-68; Dennison 1-1-0-16. RECEIVING: Toledo-Russell 4-80; Reedy 4-65; Scott 1-21; Zmolik 1-7; Fluellen 1-1; McDowell 1-(-3). Buffalo-Neutz 6-135; Campbell 1-42; Lee 1-16; Dixon 1-7; Gordon 1-4; Oliver 1-(-2). Time of Game: 3:07, Attendance: 10,658

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football BUFFALO 27, MIAMI (OH) 24

BUFFALO 29, WESTERN MICHIGAN 24

Patrick Clarke drilled a 47-yard field goal as time expired to lift the University at Buffalo football team to a 27-24 win over Miami (OH) at UB Stadium on Saturday afternoon. It was a great win for a team that had been so close to victory many times this season.

With the help of five forced turnovers, the University at Buffalo football team won its second straight game, 29-24, over Western Michigan at UB Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Cortney Lester led the defensive effort with a career-high three interceptions – a Division I-A school record.

“I couldn’t be more proud of those guys in that locker room. They are a very resilient group, “ head coach Jeff Quinn said. “It’s a long overdue feeling for our program and it will go down in the history books as one of the best endings to a football game here at UB.”

���From all three phases, they fed off each other,” head coach Jeff Quinn. “We saw some great things from the offensive side, the defensive side and special teams. Overall it was just a tremendous team victory.”

NOV. 3, 2012 • UB STADIUM • BUFFALO, NY

NOV. 10, 2012 • UB STADIUM • BUFFALO, NY

While it was its defense that sealed the win, it was Buffalo’s offense that was rolling early. Making his second straight start at quarterback, Joe Licata went 21-for-33 for 285 yards and a touchdown in the game. He led to the Bulls on three scoring drives on their first eight possessions helping UB gain a 17-0 advantage.

Filling in for an injured Alex Zordich, Joe Licata made his first career start at quarterback on Saturday afternoon. The redshirtfreshman finished 13-of-24 for 127 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Most of the points were scored in the second half as Buffalo’s defense shined in the first half. The Bulls allowed the RedHawks only 83 yards of total offense. Miami struck first with a 29-yard field goal to take a 3-0 lead. Clarke answered with a 49-yarder to knot the game at 3 with 4:42 left in the second quarter. The 49-yard field goal tied Clarke’s career long. The game remained 3-3 at the half.

Branden Oliver put the Bulls on the board first with an 18-yard touchdown run to give the Bulls a 7-0 lead with 9:43 left in the first quarter. The junior running back was well on his way to another big day, but was forced to leave the game with an injury at the end of the first quarter. Oliver had 75 yards on 12 carries at the time of the injury. Devin Campbell stepped in and scored UB’s next touchdown on a 45-yard scamper – the longest run of his career to put the Bulls ahead, 14-0. Campbell finished with 107 yards for his third 100-yard game of the season. But he, too, was lost to an injury in the fourth quarter.

The second half turned into a shootout as the teams combined to score 45 combined points. The Bulls struck first when Branden Oliver plunged in from five yards out to put the Bulls up 10-3 with 9:49 left in the third quarter. Oliver had a big day for the Bulls as he rushed for 199 yards on 32 carries. It was his 12th career 100-yard rushing game – tying him with James Starks for second in school history.

Last week’s hero Patrick Clarke made a 30-yard field goal to put Buffalo ahead, 17-0, with 3:28 left in the half.

Miami answered right back as it marched 72 yards on nine plays and Zac Dysert connected with Nick Harwell on a 10-yard pass to tie the game at 10.

Western Michigan rallied to score two touchdowns late in the half to cut the UB advantage to 17-14 at the break. The Broncos took the opening kickoff of the second half and marched right down the field and scored another touchdown to take their first lead of the game, 21-17.

On the ensuing possession, Licata found Neutz on a crossing pattern and the junior receiver sprinted 43 yards for a touchdown to give the lead right back to the Bulls, 17-10, with 4:08 left in the third quarter.

Clarke made his second field goal of the day to cut the Western Michigan lead to 21-20 with 3:14 left in the third quarter. Lester’s second interception of the day came on the very first play of the Broncos’ next drive as the sophomore snatched the ball away and scampered 35 yards to the Western Michigan 25-yard line. Clarke gave the lead back to the Bulls when he drilled a 38-yard field goal late in the third quarter.

Miami again answered the call on its next possession and drove 75 yards on 13 plays. Dysert found Harwell again, this time from one yard out to the tie the game at 17. Licata threaded a perfect pass between two defenders to Fred Lee from 21 yards out to put the Bulls ahead, 24-17, with 5:36 left in the game. The key play of the drive occurred three plays earlier when the Bulls were lined up for a field goal. Tony Daniel scooped up a low snap and rolled to his right. He was able to complete a 10-yard pass to Alex Dennison who made an acrobatic catch for the first down.

Western Michigan retook a 24-23 lead with 13:26 left in the game on a 28-yard field goal by Andrew Handleman. Buffalo regained the lead for good on its next possession when Licata hooked up with Alex Neutz on a 30-yard touchdown down the sideline to give the Bulls the 29-24 lead. Neutz finished with nine catches for 140 yards and his 10th touchdown of the season.

Miami was able to drive 65 yards on its last possession, converting a pair of fourth downs along the way. When Dysert completed a 5-yard touchdown pass to Harwell the game was tied with 23 seconds left.

After that it was up to the defense to make plays, and boy did they. Senior Willie Moseley, playing in the final home game of his career, made his first career interception on Western Michigan’s next possession to give the ball back to UB.

Freshman Devin Campbell came up big on the ensuing kickoff as he took the return a career-best 47 yards to the Miami 35yard line. After Oliver scampered for five yards, the stage was set for Clarke. The freshman kicker drilled the 47-yarder through the uprights to give the Bulls their first ever last second regulation win via a field goal in their Division I-A era.

After a defensive stand by the Broncos, Western Michigan drove the ball down to the Buffalo 24-yard line. Jake Stockman rushed off the edge and blindsided Western Michigan quarterback Alex Carder, forcing a fumble. Colby Way pounced on the ball for the Bulls.

“I was ready to go, I was just ready to get my chance at the game winner,” Clarke said of the game-winning kick. “My team had faith in me. I knew if I had the chance, I would come through for the team. As soon as I kicked it, I knew it was good.”

The Broncos had one last shot, regaining possession of the ball at their own 10-yard line with 1:23 remaining. Lester saved his biggest interception for last as he picked off Carder for the third time to seal the win for the Bulls.

Dysert, who passed Ben Roethlisberger as Miami’s all-time leading passer in the game, was held in check for much of the afternoon by an aggressive UB secondary. While Dysert did finish with 242 yards passing and three touchdowns, the Bulls defense had season-high eight pass breakups in the game – one more than their previous four games combined. Leading the way was redshirt-freshman Marqus Baker who had a career-best four pass breakups. Derek Brim, starting his third straight game, had another standout performance. The former walk-on had a career-high 10 tackles, a tackle for loss and a pass breakup.

“I have the game ball and I told them if I could cut this into 105 pieces I would,” Quinn said. “But we’re going to sign this one and let them know that this was a real signature win to cross over to the West Division and beat a Western Michigan team that played in a bowl game last year.” It was Buffalo’s first ever win over Western Michigan after falling to the Broncos in the previous five meetings.

The Bulls were relentless with the pressure all day, totaling seven tackles for loss. Steven Means had two tackles for loss, including a sack. Lee Skinner had 1.5 sacks and Colby Way joined in on a sack as well. TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

MU UB 21 21 98 215 242 137 25-44-0 14-25-1 340 352 1-1 1-1 8-77 4-36 1-2-0 1-8-0 2-37-0 4-117-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 5 of 16 3 of 13 3 of 4 2 of 3 4-4 2-2 0-0 3-22

SCORING SUMMARY MU - Patterson, 29, field goal UB - Clarke, 49, field goal UB - Oliver, 5, run (Clarke Kick Good) MU - Harwell, 10, pass from Dysert (Patterson Kick Good) UB - Neutz, 43, pass from Licata (Clarke Kick Good) MU - Harweel, 1, pass from Dysert (Patterson Kick Good) UB - Lee, 21, pass from Licata (Clarke Kick Good) MU - Harwell, 5, pass from Dysert (Patterson Kick Good) UB - Clarke, 47, field goal INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Miami (OH)-Dysert 13-42; Scott 5-34; Westbrook 6-9; Treadwell 6-8; Swift 1-4; Williams 1-3; Harwell 1-(-2). Buffalo-Oliver 32-199; Campbell 2-15; Licata 3-9; Daniel 1-7. PASSING: Miami (OH)-Dysert 25-44-0-242. Buffalo-Licata 13-24-1-127; Daniel 1-1-0-10. RECEIVING: Miami (OH)-Harwell 10-62; Cruse 6-87; Scott 3-35; Marck 3-21; Treadwell 1-23; Swift 1-9; White 1-5. Buffalo-Oliver 5-17; Neutz 3-60; Lee 3-36; Johnson 1-11; Dennison 1-10; Gordon 1-3. Time of Game: 3:00, Attendance: 10,817

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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WMU UB 19 22 101 168 275 285 19-38-4 21-33-0 376 453 2-1 3-1 7-80 11-105 0-0-0 2-(-3)-0 6-130-0 3-42-0 0-0-0 4-80-0 5 of 15 6 of 18 0 of 0 0 of 0 3-4 3-5 3-27 4-24

SCORING SUMMARY UB - Oliver, 18, run (Clarke Kick Good) UB - Campbell, 45, run (Clarke Kick Good) UB - Clarke, 30, field goal WMU - Monette, 17, pass from Carder (Haldeman Kick Good) WMU - Monette, 27, pass from Carder (Haldeman Kick Good) WMU - Roberts, 8, pass from Carder (Haldeman Kick Good) UB - Clarke, 35, field goal UB - Clarke, 38, field goal WMU - Haldeman, 28, field goal UB - Neutz, 30, pass from Licata (Licata pass failed) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Western Michigan- Carder 18-52; Chance 13-48; Monette 1-1. Buffalo-Campbell 22-107; Oliver 12-75; Murie 6-17; Lee 1-2. PASSING: Western Michigan-Carder 19-37-4-275; Hammond 0-1-0-0. Buffalo-Licata 21-33-0-285. RECEIVING: Western Michigan-Collins 6-122; Hammond 5-50; Monette 4-78; Chance 2-11; Roberts 1-8; Schaffer 1-6. Buffalo-Neutz 9-140; Lee 5-70; Campbell 4-23; Gordon 1-25; Dixon 1-20; Hughes 1-7. Time of Game: 3:32, Attendance: 11,012

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football BUFFALO 29, MASSACHUSETTS 19

BOWLING GREEN 21, BUFFALO 7

The University at Buffalo football team rallied from a 13-0 halftime deficit to beat Massachusetts, 29-19, at Gillette Stadium on Saturday afternoon. It was the Bulls’ third straight win and first road win since the 2010 season.

Facing a stout Bowling Green defense, the University at Buffalo football team dropped its season finale to the Falcons, 21-7, at Columbus Crew Stadium on Friday afternoon. The MAC’s top defense held the Bulls to a season-low 197 yards of total offense, including just 29 yards rushing.

NOV. 17, 2012 • GILLETTE STADIUM • FOXBOROUGH, MA

NOV. 23, 2012 • COLUMBUS CREW STADIUM • COLUMBUS, OH

“To be able to win this game on the road says a lot about the character of these kids,” head coach Jeff Quinn said. “It was a great team win and that’s what it’s all about. I know our kids are excited about getting three wins in a row. It’s been a long time since we have been able to do that.” The Bulls have won three straight games for the first time since 2008 and the just the second time in their Division I-A era (since 1999). Buffalo (4-7, 3-4 MAC) played without running backs Branden Oliver and Devin Campbell and early on the UB offense looked to struggle because of it. The Bulls compiled just x yards of offense in the first half and lost the field position battle throughout the first 30 minutes. However, the Bulls’ defense kept UMass from building a larger first half lead. It took a special teams play to spark the Bulls early in the third quarter. Adam Redden came off the edge to block the UMass punt and Kyndal Minniefield scooped up the ball and scampered 33 yards for a touchdown. Because the ball crossed the line of scrimmage, it was considered a punt return, marking the first time since Aug. 29, 2002 a UB player returned a punt for a touchdown. The 10-year drought was the longest in the nation. UMass answered by scoring a touchdown on its next drive. However, the Minutemen botched the extra point, making the score 19-7 with 6:49 left in the third quarter. The UB offense caught fire after that and it was all Bulls from there on out. Joe Licata found Jimmy Gordon from three yards out to cut the UMass lead to 19-14 with 2:13 left in the third quarter. The key play on the drive was a Licata to Fred Lee hook up for 34 yards on 3rd and 16. After forcing a UMass three and out, Buffalo got the ball back and methodically drove 77 yards on nine plays to take its first lead of the game. Rolling to his right, Licata threw across his body to Alex Neutz for a 6-yard touchdown. Again it was a Licata to Lee connection, this time for 44 yards, that keyed the scoring drive. Brandon Murie put the exclamation point on the win with a 12-yard touchdown run with two minutes left to put UB ahead, 29-19. The UMass offensive line was no match for a relentless UB defense pursuit late in the game. Buffalo sacked UMass quarterback Mike Wegzyn five times on the Minutemens’ last two drives. Khalil Mack may have had the best game of his career. The All-MAC linebacker had a career-high 15 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles. He broke the school record for tackles for loss in a career with 53.5. The previous record of 50.5 was held by Vince Canosa (1992-95). Steven Means also had a career day with nine tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and a career-high three sacks. Colby Way added a career-high nine tackles and 1.5 sacks. As a team, the Bulls registered a season-high eight sacks in the game. With Oliver and Campbell out, the Bulls turned to Murie and seldom-used Rashad Jean to fill to role of running back. Murie finished with a career-best 90 yards on 14 carries and a touchdown. Jean was an even bigger surprise. A former defensive tackle, converted to fullback last season, Jean didn’t have a carry in his career. He finished with 73 yards on 17 carries. Licata won his third straight start since being named the starting quarterback. The redshirt-freshman signal caller went 18-for-30 for 226 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. The UB secondary had another solid day with a pair of interceptions and four pass breakups. Okoye Houston and Najja Johnson each notched an interception. With 168 yards rushing in the game, Buffalo improved its season total to 2,091 - a UB Division I-A single season record. It is just the sixth time in program history the Bulls have rushed for 2,000 yards in a season. TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UB UMASS 20 20 168 49 237 215 19-31-1 20-40-2 405 264 1-1 1-0 10-98 2-20 0-33-1 3-65-0 4-76-0 5-86-0 2-28-0 1-0-0 6 of 12 7 of 18 0 of 0 1 of 2 3-4 3-3 8-54 2-13

Despite the offensive struggles, the UB defense kept the Bulls in the game all afternoon. The Bulls allowed just 82 yards on the ground and recorded three interceptions in the game. Najja Johnson had a pair of interceptions in the game. Lee Skinner tied a career high with 13 tackles. Khalil Mack had 10 tackles and 2.5 for loss. In the final game of his career, Steven Means had nine tackles, including 2.5 for loss. The game got off to a great start for Buffalo as Johnson came up with an interception on the game’s first play. On Bowling Green’s second possession, Adam Redden blocked his second punt in as many games and UB recovered at the Buffalo 48. However, the Bulls couldn’t capitalize either time and the game was scoreless after the first quarter. The game remained scoreless until Bowling Green scored two touchdowns late in the first half. The Falcons first scored on a one-yard run with 5:26 left in the half. BG quarterback Matt Schilz found Shaun Johnson for 48-yard touchdown with 1:56 left in the second quarter and the Falcons led, 14-0, at the half. After Bowling Green scored another touchdown with 2:27 left in the third quarter, the Bulls rallied in the fourth quarter. Colby Way picked off Schilz for his first career interception early in the final quarter. Two plays later, Alex Dennison punched it in from four yards out to cut the Bowling Green lead to 21-7 with 9:59 left in the game. The Bulls regained possession with 5:09 left and drove it all the way down to the Bowling Green 9-yard line. But Buffalo turned it over on downs, ending any comeback threat. Alex Neutz had nine catches for 92 yards in the game to bring his season-total to 1,015 yards. He joins Naaman Roosevelt and Drew Haddad as just the third player in school history to record 1,000 receiving yards in a single season. For the first time this season, the Bulls had difficulty running the football. Buffalo had the services of Branden Oliver and Devin Campbell although neither was 100 percent. Oliver had nine carries for 20 yards and Campbell finished with 26 yards on six carries. Joe Licata finished 13-of-30 for 168 yards. However, the redshirt-freshman signal caller was sacked seven times. Friday was the final game for 12 UB seniors.

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UB BGSU 11 18 29 82 168 228 13-31-0 18-30-3 197 310 1-1 1-0 4-33 4-35 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-88-0 0-0-0 3-22-0 0-0-0 2 of 15 6 of 16 0 of 4 1 of 1 1-2 2-3 0-0 7-42

SCORING SUMMARY BGSU - Pettigrew, 1, run (Stein Kick Good) BGSU - Joplin, 48, pass from Schilz (Stein Kick Good) BGSU - Schilz, 7, run (Stein Kick Good) UB - Dennison, 4, run (Clarke Kick Good) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Buffalo-Campbell 6-26; Oliver 9-20; Murie 4-9; Dennison 1-4; Lee 1-3.; Licata 8-(-33) BGSU-Pettigrew 2993; Schilz 2-(-1); Givens 1-(-4); Samuel 9-(-4). PASSING: Buffalo-Licata 13-30-0-168. BGSU-Schilz 18-30-3-228. RECEIVING: Buffalo-Neutz 6-92; Lee 3-33; Campbell 3-28; Weiser 1-15. BGSU- Gallon 5-65; Joplin 3-77; Pettigrew 3-31; Burbrink 3-27; Bayer 2-19; Hopgood 1-9; Stokes 1-0. Time of Game: 2:55, Attendance: 11,846

SCORING SUMMARY UMASS - Lucas, 39, field goal UMASS - Lucas, 32, field goal UMASS - Blanchflower, 14, from Wegzyn (Lucas Kick Good) UB - Minnifield, 33, punt return (Clarke Kick Good) UMASS - Cox, 3, run (Strait Rush Failed) UB - Gordon, 3, pass from Licata (Clarke Kick Good) UB - Neutz, 6, pass from Licata (Weiser pass from Dennison) UB - Murie, 12, run (Clarke Kick Good)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Buffalo-Murie 16-90; Jean 17-73; Licata 5-4; Adjel 1-2; Dennison 1-1. Massachusetts-Cox 13-31; Broadnax 9-30; Wegzyn 13-(-12). PASSING: Buffalo-Licata 18-30-1-226; Dennison 1-1-0-11. Massachusetts-Wegzyn 20-40-2-215. RECEIVING: Buffalo-Neutz 9-76; Lee 3-93; Johnson 3-39; Gordon 2-14; Jean 1-8; Dennison 1-7. Massachusetts- Williams 7-62; Walker 5-83; Blanchflower 4-44; Broadnax 2-12; Sharpe 1-13; Cox 1-1. Time of Game: 3:23, Attendance: 12,649

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football ALL-TIME CAREER LEADERS RUSHING Rushing Attempts______________________Anthony Swan (1994-97)_________________________________ 812 Rushing Yards_________________________James Starks (2006-08)_________________________________ 3,140 Rushing Touchdowns___________________James Starks (2006-08)____________________________________ 34 Average per Rush______________________Willie Evans (1957-59)____________________________________6.4 100-yard Games_______________________Anthony Swan (1994-97)__________________________________ 13 PA S S I N G Pass Attempts_________________________Drew Willy (2005-08)__________________________________ 1,322 Pass Completions______________________Drew Willy (2005-08)____________________________________ 849 Passing Yards_________________________Drew Willy (2005-08)__________________________________ 8,748 Completion Percentage_________________Drew Willy (2005-08)___________________________________ 64.2 Passing Touchdowns___________________Drew Willy (2005-08)_____________________________________ 52 Interceptions_________________________Cliff Scott (1991-94)______________________________________ 58 Passing Efficiency Rating________________Gordan Bukaty (1958-60)_______________________________ 136.0 Pass Yards/Attempt____________________Gordon Bukaty (1958-60)__________________________________8.1 RECEIVING Receptions___________________________Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)______________________________ 268 Receiving Yards________________________Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)____________________________ 3,551 Average Per Reception__________________Doc Smith (1992-93)____________________________________ 18.7 Receiving Touchdowns_________________Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)_______________________________ 28 100-Yard Games_______________________Drew Haddad (1996-99)___________________________________ 18

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Drew Willy

SCORING Scoring______________________________A.J. Principe (2007-10)___________________________________ 265 Scoring (non-kickers)___________________James Starks (2006-08)___________________________________ 222 T O TA L O F F E N S E Total Offense (Pass + Rush)______________Cliff Scott (1991-94)___________________________________ 8,479 All-Purpose Yards______________________Drew Haddad (1996-99)________________________________ 4,820 Touchdowns (Rush + Pass)_______________Cliff Scott (1991-94)______________________________________ 63 DEFENSE Total Tackles__________________________Davonte Shannon (2007-10)______________________________ 461 Solo Tackles___________________________Davonte Shannon (2007-10)______________________________ 258 Assisted Tackles_______________________Mike Laipple (1983-86)___________________________________ 265 Tackles for Loss_______________________Khalil Mack (2010- )_____________________________________ 56 Quarterback Sacks_____________________Rich Dadabo (’89-92), Vince Canosa (’92-95)___________________ 24 Interceptions_________________________Steve Nappo (1984-86)____________________________________ 19 Passes Defended (Int. + pass breakups)____Gemara Williams (2002-05)________________________________ 39 Forced Fumbles_______________________Khalil Mack (2010- )_____________________________________ 11 Fumble Recoveries_____________________Dave May (’83-86), Kevin Deakin (’86-89)______________________ 7 PUNTING/KICKING Total Punts___________________________Ben Woods (2004-07)____________________________________ 278 Total Yards____________________________Ben Woods (2004-07)_________________________________ 10,942 Punting Average_______________________Scott McMahan (2001-02)_______________________________ 39.6 Field Goals___________________________A.J. Principe (2007-10)____________________________________ 44 Extra Points___________________________A.J. Principe (2007-10)___________________________________ 133 Points Scored by Kicking________________A.J. Principe (2007-10)___________________________________ 265 P U N T/K I C KO F F R E T U R N S Kickoff Returns________________________Terrell Jackson (2007-11)__________________________________ 86 Kickoff Return Yardage__________________Terrell Jackson (2007-11)_______________________________ 1,620 Kickoff Return Average__________________Gene Nance (1970)_____________________________________ 24.8 Punt Returns__________________________Andy Hurley (1983-84)____________________________________ 59 Punt Return Yardage___________________Drew Haddad (1996-99)__________________________________ 787 Punt Return Average___________________Drew Haddad (1996-99)_________________________________ 14.8

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football INDIVIDUAL CAREER RUSHING

Attempts 1. Anthony Swan (1994-97)_________ 812 2. James Starks (2006-08)___________ 698 3. Alan Bell (1989-92)______________ 682 4. Branden Oliver (2010- )_________556 5. Cliff Scott (1991-94)_____________ 515 6. O.D. Underwood (1986-87)_______ 438 7. Lee Jones (1965-67)_____________ 414 8. Aaron Leeper (2002-04)__________ 357 9. Derrick Gordon (1998-2001)______ 347 10. Joe Zelmanski (1968-70)_________ 340

Yards 1. James Starks (2006-08)__________3,140 2. Anthony Swan (1994-97)________3,103 3. Alan Bell (1989-92)_____________3,022 4. Branden Oliver (2010- )_______ 2,514 5. O.D. Underwood (1986-87)______2,062 6. Lee Jones (1965-67)____________1,570 7. Willie Evans (1957-59)__________1,559 8. Derrick Gordon (1998-2001)_____1,528 9. Josh Roth (1996-99)____________1,488 10. Aaron Leeper (2002-04)_________1,439

Touchdowns 1. James Starks (2006-08)____________ 34 2. Lee Jones (1965-67)______________ 29 Anthony Swan (1994-97)__________ 29 4. Alan Bell (1989-92)_______________ 26 5. O.D. Underwood (1986-87)________ 23 6. Cliff Scott (1991-94)______________ 20 7. Branden Oliver (2010- )__________ 18 Steven King (03-06)______________ 18 9. Joe Zelmanski (1968-70)__________ 17 Pat Whitehead (1980-82)__________ 17

Average Rush (Min. 150 carries) 1. Willie Evans (1957-59)___________6.36 2. Dave Dawson (2002-05)__________5.59 3. John Hartman (1987-90)_________5.07 4. Dane Hightower (1984-85)_______4.84 5. O.D. Underwood (1986-87)_______4.71 6. Pat Whitehead (1980-82)_________4.70 7. Branden Oliver (2010- )________ 4.52 8. Josh Roth (1996-99)_____________4.51 9. James Starks (2006-08)___________4.50 10. Dave Rath (1987-88)_____________4.44

100-yard Games (1977-present) 1. Anthony Swan (1994-97)__________ 13 2. Branden Oliver (2010- )__________ 12 James Starks (2006-08)____________ 12 4. Alan Bell (1989-92)_______________ 10 5. O.D. Underwood (1986-87)_________ 9 6. Pat Whitehead (1980-82)___________ 6 7. Dave Rath (1987-88)_______________ 4 Ray Hobson (1988-91)_____________ 4 Todd Pace (1995-96)_______________ 4 Dave Dawson (2002-05)____________ 4 James Starks (2006-08)

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECEIVING Receptions 1. Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)______ 268 2. Drew Haddad (1996-99)__________ 240 3. Brett Hamlin (2005-09)___________ 185 4. Kali Watkins (1995-98)___________ 145 5. Chris D’Amico (1980-84)__________ 143 6. Alex Neutz (2010- )_____________134 7. Rusty Knapp (1990-93)___________ 129 8. James Starks (2006-08)___________ 127 9. Frank Price (1977-80)____________ 125 Andre Forde (1999-2002)_________ 125

Yards 1. Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)_____3,551 2. Drew Haddad (1996-99)_________3,409 3. Chris D’Amico (1980-84)_________2,331 4. Kali Watkins (1995-98)__________2,260 5. Brett Hamlin (2005-09)__________2,190 6. Rusty Knapp (1990-93)__________2,105 7. Alex Neutz (2010- )___________ 2,070 8. Frank Price (1977-80)___________1,810 9. Andre Forde (1999-2002)________1,775 10. Chaz Ahmed (1987-90)__________1,716

Touchdowns 1. Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)_______ 28 2. Alex Neutz (2010- )______________ 19 Chris D’Amico (1980-84)___________ 19 Jamie Gasparre (1996-97)_________ 19 5. Drew Haddad (1996-99)___________ 16 6. Kali Watkins (1995-98)____________ 15 Andre Forde (1999-2002)__________ 15 8. Edmond Gicewicz (1949-51)_______ 14 Frank Price (1977-80)_____________ 14 10. Dick Ashley (1965-68)_____________ 13

Average Reception 1. Doc Smith (1992-93)____________18.71 2. Kevin Pratt (1978-81)___________16.74 3. Paul Lang (1967-69)____________16.46 4. Rusty Knapp (1990-93)__________16.32 5. Chris D’Amico (1980-84)_________16.30 6. Dan Withers (1983-86)__________16.29 7. Gary Quatrani (1978-80)_________16.19 8. Chaz Ahmed (1987-90)__________15.60 9. Kali Watkins (1995-98)__________15.59 10. Mark Schmidt (1984-87)_________15.58

100-yard Games (1977-present) 1. Drew Haddad (1996-99)___________ 18 2. Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)_______ 14 3. Kali Watkins (1995-98)____________ 11 4. Jamie Gasparre (1996-97)__________ 8 5. Alex Neutz (2010- )_______________ 7 Rusty Knapp (1990-93)_____________ 7 7. Frank Price (1977-80)______________ 6 Chris D’Amico (1980-84)____________ 6 9. Doc Smith (1992-93)_______________ 5 10. Gary Quatrani (1978-80)____________ 4 Chaz Ahmed (1987-90)_____________ 4 Brett Hamlin (2006-09)_____________ 4

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football INDIVIDUAL CAREER PASSING Pass Attempts 1. Drew Willy (2005-08)___________1,322 2. Cliff Scott (1991-94)____________1,101 3. Joe Freedy (1998-2001)_________1,008 4. Marty Barrett (1980-83)__________ 956 5. Frank Reilly (1988-89)____________ 697 6. Randall Secky (2001-04)__________ 684 Chad Salisbury (1997-98)_________ 671 8. Mark Taylor (1993-96)____________ 544 9. Jim Rodriguez (1978-80)_________ 536 10. Ken Hyer (1981-84)______________ 529

Quarterback Rating 1. Tracy LaTona (1949-50)__________136.4 2. Gordon Bukaty (1958-60)________135.6 3. Ken Crosta (1986)______________129.2 4. Drew Willy (2005-08)___________128.3 5. Chad Salisbury (1997-98)________123.5 6. Marty Barrett (1980-83)_________119.1 7. Joe Kubisty (1955-56)___________118.9 8. Joe Oliverio (1958-60)__________115.8 9. Denny Mason (1966-68)_________115.2 10. Don Gilbert (1962-64)__________112.6

Completions 1. Drew Willy (2005-08)____________ 849 2. Cliff Scott (1991-94)_____________ 545 3. Joe Freedy (1998-2001)__________ 522 4. Marty Barrett (1980-83)__________ 513 5. Chad Salisbury (1997-98)_________ 372 6. Frank Reilly (1988-90)____________ 325 7. Randall Secky (2001-04)__________ 324 8. Ken Hyer (1981-84)______________ 273 9. Jim Rodriguez (1978-80)_________ 250 10. Mark Taylor (1993-96)____________ 248

Yards 1. Drew Willy (2005-08)___________8,748 2. Cliff Scott (1991-94)____________7,578 3. Marty Barrett (1980-83)_________6,945 4. Joe Freedy (1998-2001)_________5,912 5. Chad Salisbury (1997-98)________4,947 6. Frank Reilly (1988-90)___________4,255 7. Ken Hyer (1981-84)_____________3,420 8. Jim Rodriguez (1978-80)________3,401 9. Randall Secky (2001-04)_________3,154 10. Mark Taylor (1993-96)___________3,143

Completion Percentage 1. Drew Willy (2005-08)____________64.2 2. Ken Crosta (1986)_______________59.7 3. Denny Mason (1966-68)__________56.0 4. Chad Salisbury (1997-98)_________55.4 5. Marty Barrett (1980-83)__________53.7 6. John Mings (1984-87)____________52.5 7. Joe Freedy (1998-2001)__________51.8 8. Ken Hyer (1981-84)______________51.6 9. Donald Holland (1949-51)________50.2 10. Cliff Scott (1991-94)_____________49.5 P.J. Piskorik (2003-04)____________49.5

Touchdowns 1. Drew Willy (2005-08)_____________ 52 2. Marty Barrett (1980-83)___________ 44 3. Cliff Scott (1991-94)______________ 43 4. Joe Freedy (1998-2001)___________ 32 5. Chad Salisbury (1997-98)__________ 31 Frank Reilly (1988-90)_____________ 27 7. Gordon Bukaty (1958-60)__________ 25 8. Ken Hyer (1981-84)_______________ 22 9. Jim Rodriguez (1978-80)__________ 20 10. Zach Maynard (2008-09)__________ 18

Interceptions 1. Cliff Scott (1991-94)______________ 58 2. Marty Barrett (1980-83)___________ 53 3. Jim Rodriguez (1978-80)__________ 45 Frank Reilly (1988-90)_____________ 45 Joe Freedy (1998-2001)___________ 45 6. Mick Murtha (1966-69)____________ 38 7. Mark Taylor (1993-96)_____________ 30 Chad Salisbury (1997-98)__________ 30 Drew Willy (2005-08)_____________ 30 10. John Stofa (1961-63)_____________ 27

Pass Yards/Attempt 1. Gordon Bukaty (1958-60)__________8.1 2. Ken Crosta (1986)________________7.8 3. Chad Salisbury (1997-98)__________7.4 4. Marty Barrett (1980-83)___________7.3 5. Denny Mason (1966-68)___________7.1 6. Cliff Scott (1991-94)______________6.9 7. Joe Kubisty (1955-56)_____________6.7 8. Don Gilbert (1962-64)____________6.8 9. William McGarva (1955-59)________6.6 Joe Oliverio (1958-60)____________6.6

200+ Yard Games (1977-present) 1. Drew Willy (2005-08)_____________ 23 2. Marty Barrett (1980-83)___________ 21 3. Cliff Scott (1991-94)______________ 18 4. Chad Salisbury (1997-98)__________ 12 5. Joe Freedy (1998-2001)____________ 9 6. Ken Hyer (1981-84)________________ 8 7. Jim Rodriguez (1978-80)___________ 6 Zack Maynard (2008-09)___________ 6 9. Frank Reilly (1988-90)______________ 5 Mark Taylor (1993-96)______________ 5 Jerry Davis (2009-12 )______________ 5

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football INDIVIDUAL CAREER DEFENSE Total Tackles (1977-present) 1. Davonte Shannon (2007-10)______ 461 2. Craig Guest (1993-96)____________ 455 3. Mike Laipple (1983-86)___________ 402 4. Pete Conley (1992-95)___________ 376 5. J.J. Gibson (2001-04)_____________ 357 6. Mike Newton (2006-09)__________ 342 7. Shane Currey (1978-81)__________ 300 Cosmo Nestola (1979-82)_________ 300 9. Justin Winters (2007-10)__________ 299 10. Steve Wojciechowski (1985-87)____ 279 Kevin Deakin (1986-89)__________ 279

Solo Tackles (1977-present) 1. Davonte Shannon (2007-10)______ 258 2. Craig Guest (1993-96)____________ 236 3. J.J. Gibson (2001-04)_____________ 220 4. Mike Newton (2006-09)__________ 196 5. Pete Conley (1992-95)___________ 191 6. Mark Graham (2000-03)__________ 182 7. Gemara Williams (2002-05)_______ 176 8. Bryan Cummings (2002-05)_______ 158 9. Craig Rohlfs (1998-2001)_________ 154 Justin Winters (2007-10)__________ 154

Tackles-for-Loss (1977-present) 1. Khalil Mack (2010- )___________ 56.0 2. Vince Canosa (1992-95)__________50.5 3. Rich Dadabo (1989-92)___________42.0 4. Keith Hansen (1994-97)__________41.0 5. Craig Guest (1993-96)____________40.0 6. John White (1979-81)____________34.0 Hardy Mitchell (1994-97)_________34.0 8. Dave May (1983-86)_____________33.5 9. Chris Shelly (1998-2001)__________31.0 10. Rob Schroeder (2002-05)_________29.5 Steven Means (2009-12)__________29.5

Interceptions (1949-present) 1. Steve Nappo (1984-86)____________ 19 2. John Bernard (1980-83)___________ 18 3. Andy Hurley (1983-84)____________ 16 4. Dan Sella (1964-66)______________ 12 Tim Hurd (1965-67)______________ 12 Mark Graham (2000-03)___________ 12 Mike Newton (2006-09)___________ 12 8. Gordon Bukaty (1958-60)__________ 11 Domonic Cook (2007-10)__________ 11 10. Craig Rohlfs (1998-2001)__________ 10 Davonte Shannon (2007-10)_______ 10

Quarterback Sacks (1982-present) 1. Rich Dadabo (1989-92)___________24.0 Vince Canosa (1992-95)__________24.0 3. Trevor Scott (2004-07)___________19.0 4. Steven Means (2009-12)__________18.5 5. Khalil Mack (2010- )___________ 18.0 Dave May (1983-86)_____________18.0 Keith Hansen 91994-97)__________16.0 8. Hardy Mitchell (1994-97)_________15.5 9. Dan Leo (1986-88)______________14.5 10. Aaron Sanders (2002-05)_________14.0

Passes Defended (Int.+Pass Breakups)* 1. Gemara Williams (2002-05)________ 39 2. Mark Graham (2000-03)___________ 37 3. Domonic Cook (2007-10)__________ 36 4. Mike Newton (2006-09)___________ 32 5. Terrence Fisher (1993-95)__________ 29 Mike Lambert (1999-2002)_________ 29 Josh Thomas (2007-10)___________ 29 8. Dave Short (1988-91)_____________ 28 9. Najja Johnson (2010- )___________ 27 10. Kareem Stroman (1993-94)________ 25 Robert Harris (1992-93)___________ 25 *1987-present

Mark Graham (2000-03)

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Assisted Tackles (1977-present) 1. Mike Laipple (1983-86)___________ 265 2. Craig Guest (1993-96)____________ 219 3. Davonte Shannon (2007-10)______ 200 4. Pete Conley (1992-95)___________ 185 5. Dave May (1983-86)_____________ 183 6. Kevin Deakin (1986-89)__________ 182 7. Steve Wojciechowski (1985-87)____ 173 8. Cosmo Nestola (1979-82)_________ 164 Dale Worrall (1989-91)___________ 164 10. Shane Currey (1978-81)__________ 152

Trevor Scott had 19 sacks in only two seasons

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football INDIVIDUAL CAREER DEFENSE Forced Fumbles (1991-present) 1. Khalil Mack (2010- )_____________ 11 2. Keith Hansen (1994-97)____________ 7 3. Rich Dadabo (1989-92)_____________ 6 Pete Conley (1992-95)_____________ 6 Anthony Scott (1993-96)___________ 6 Chris Shelly (1998-2001)____________ 6 7. Kareem Byrom (2005-07)___________ 5 Vince Canosa (1992-95)____________ 5 Craig Guest (1993-96)______________ 5 Bryan Cummings (2002-05)_________ 5 Davonte Shannon (2007-10)________ 5 Domonic Cook (2007-10)___________ 5 Justin Winters (2007-10)____________ 5 Fumble Recoveries (1977-present) 1. Dave May (1983-86)_______________ 7 Kevin Deakin (1986-89)____________ 7 3. Frank Berrafato (1978-81)___________ 6 Gerry Quinlivan (1981-84)__________ 6 Craig Guest (1993-96)______________ 6 Domonic Cook (2007-10)___________ 6 7. John White (1979-81)______________ 5 Dean Angelo (1982-85)____________ 5 Mark Giacovelli (1982-85)___________ 5 Keith Hansen (1994-97)____________ 5 Craig Rohlfs (1998-2001)___________ 5 Turnovers Captured (Fumbles Recovered + Interceptions) 1. Steve Nappo (1984-86)____________ 23 2. John Bernard (1980-83)___________ 20 3. Andy Hurley (1983-84)____________ 17 4. Mike Newton (2006-09)___________ 16 Domonic Cook (2007-10)__________ 16 6. Mark Graham (2000-03)___________ 15 Craig Rohlfs (1998-01)____________ 15 8. Gerry Quinlivan (1981-84)_________ 14 9. Dan Sella (1964-66)______________ 12 Tim Hurd (1965-67)______________ 12 Jon Williams (1987-88)____________ 12 Davonte Shannon (2007-10)_______ 12

Rich Dadabo (1989-92)

Craig Rohlfs (1998-01)

Chris Shelly (1998-01)

Mike Newton (2006-09)

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football INDIVIDUAL CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE

All-Purpose Yards 1. Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)_____5,341 (85 rush • 3,551 rec. • 1,438 KR • 267 PR) 2. Drew Haddad (1996-99)_________4,820 (105 rush • 3,409 receiving • 519 KR • 787 PR) 3. Alan Bell (1989-92)_____________4,747 (3,022 rush • 335 receiving • 1,244 KR • 146 PR) 4. James Starks (2006-08)__________4,045 (3,140 rush • 898 receiving • 7 KR • 0 PR) 5. Anthony Swan (1994-97)________3,844 (3,103 rush • 639 receiving • 102 KR • 0 PR) 6. Kali Watkins (1995-98)__________3,673 (112 rush • 2,260 receiving • 1,301 KR) 7. Andre Forde (1999-2002)________3,645 (69 rush • 1,775 receiving • 1,505 KR, 296 PR) 8. Branden Oliver (2010- )_______ 2,996 (2,514 rush • 482 receiving • 0 KR • 0 PR) 9. Chris D’Amico (1980-84)_________2,888 (0 rush • 2,331 receiving • 552 KR • 5 PR) 10. O.D. Underwood (1986-87)______2,749 (2,062 rush • 293 receiving • 307 KR • 87 PR)

Total Offense 1. Drew Willy (2005-08)___________8,639 2. Cliff Scott (1991-94)____________8,479 3. Marty Barrett (1980-83)_________6,466 4. Joe Freedy (1998-2001)_________5,573 5. Chad Salisbury (1997-98)________4,879 6. Frank Reilly (1988-90)___________4,186 7. Ken Hyer (1981-84)_____________3,345 8. Jim Rodriguez (1978-80)________3,320 9. Anthony Swan (1994-97)________3,149 10. James Starks (2006-08)__________3,140

Touchdowns Rush & Pass 1. Cliff Scott (1991-94)______________ 63 2. Drew Willy (2005-08)_____________ 59 3. Marty Barrett (1980-83)___________ 46 4. Gordon Bukaty (1958-60)__________ 37 5. Joe Freedy (1998-2001)___________ 34 6. Chad Salisbury (1997-98)__________ 31 Frank Reilly (1988-90)_____________ 31 Anthony Swan (1994-97)__________ 31 Alan Bell (1989-92)_______________ 30 10. Lee Jones (1965-67)______________ 29

Naaman Roosevelt (2006-2009)

INDIVIDUAL CAREER KICKING AND PUNTING Field Goals (1949-present) 1. A.J. Principe (2007- )______________ 44 2. Dallas Pelz (2000-03)_____________ 35 3. Gerald Carlson (1993-96)__________ 28 4. Mark Mozrall (1991-94)___________ 22 5. Tom McLaughlin (1988-91)________ 20 6. Scott Keller (1997-2000)___________ 19 7. Patrick Clarke (2011- )___________ 17 8. Bernie Weber (1982-83)___________ 12 9. Steve Pawluk (1978-79)___________ 11 10. Bob Embow (1966-68)____________ 10 Dan Friedman (1984-85)__________ 10

Total Punts (1949-present) 1. Ben Woods (2004-07)____________ 281 2. Gerald Carlson (1993-96)_________ 260 3. Mike Masucci (1997-2000)________ 199 4. Doug Radwanski (1990-92)_______ 158 5. Scott McMahan (2001-02)________ 149 6. Paul Jack (1967-69)______________ 141 7. Peter Fardon (2008-11)___________ 138 8. Dana Loucks (1987-88)___________ 135 9. Sam Monaco (1978-80)__________ 129 10. Bernie Weber (1981-83)__________ 116

Extra Points (1949-present) 1. A.J. Principe (2007- )_____________ 133 2. Scott Keller (1997-2000)___________ 71 3. Mark Mozrall (1991-94)___________ 69 4. Tom McLaughlin (1988-91)________ 50 Bob Embow (1966-68)____________ 50 6. Gerald Carlson (1993-96)__________ 45 Michael Baker (2002-05)___________ 45 8. Dallas Pelz (2000-03)_____________ 42 9. Bernie Weber (1981-83)___________ 40 10. Patrick Clarke (2011- )___________ 38

Punt Yards (1949-present) 1. Ben Woods (2004-07)_________ 11,053 2. Gerald Carlson (1993-96)________9,732 3. Mike Masucci (1997-2000)_______7,731 4. Scott McMahan (2001-02)_______5,900 5. Doug Radwanski (1990-92)______5,440 6. Peter Fardon (2008-11)__________5,081 7. Paul Jack (1967-69)_____________4,790 8. Dana Loucks (1987-88)__________4,698 9. Sam Monaco (1978-80)_________4,083 10. Bernie Weber (1981-83)_________4,017

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Points Scored (1949-present) 1. A.J. Principe (2007- )_____________ 265 2. Dallas Pelz (2000-03)____________ 147 3. Mark Mozrall (1991-94)__________ 135 4. Gerald Carlson (1993-96)_________ 129 5. Scott Keller (1997-2000)__________ 128 6. Tom McLaughlin (1988-91)_______ 110 7. Patrick Clarke (2011- )___________ 89 8. Bob Embow (1966-68)____________ 80 9. Bernie Weber (1981-83)___________ 76 10. Michael Baker (2002-05)___________ 72

Punt Average (Min. 60 Attempts) 1. Scott McMahan (2001-02)_______39.60 2. Ben Woods (2004-07)___________39.33 3. Mike Masucci (1997-2000)_______38.85 4. Dominic Milano (2003)__________37.68 5. Gerald Carlson (1993-96)________37.43 6. Peter Fardon (2008-11)__________36.93 7. Dana Loucks (1987-88)__________34.80 8. Bernie Weber (1981-83)_________34.63 9. Doug Radwanski (1990-92)______34.43 10. John Michno (1961-62)_________34.03

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football INDIVIDUAL CAREER KICKOFF AND PUNT RETURN

Kickoff Returns (1949-present) 1. Terrell Jackson (2007-11)__________ 86 2. Andre Forde (1999-2002)__________ 75 3. Kali Watkins (1995-98)____________ 67 4. Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)_______ 62 5. Alan Bell (1989-92)_______________ 61 6. Dahnel Singfield (1998-2002)______ 58 7. Dave Dawson (2002-05)___________ 53 8. Chaz Ahmed (1987-89)____________ 43 9. Willie Ford (1992-94)_____________ 39 10. Keith Warren (1993-96)___________ 36

Punt Returns (1949-present) 1. Andy Hurley (1983-84)____________ 59 2. Tom Hurd (1965-67)______________ 54 3. Drew Haddad (1996-99)___________ 53 4. Tom Elliott (1968-70)_____________ 50 5. Joe Licata (1979-80)______________ 34 6. Matt Prelewicz (1991-93)__________ 33 7. Steve Nappo (1984-86)____________ 32 Terrence Fisher (1993-95)__________ 32 Jamie Gasparre (1996-97)_________ 32 Andre Forde (1999-2002)__________ 32

Kickoff Ret. Yardage (1949-present) 1. Terrell Jackson (2007-11)________1,620 2. Andre Forde (1999-2002)________1,505 3. Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)_____1,438 4. Kali Watkins (1995-98)__________1,301 5. Alan Bell (1989-92)_____________1,244 5. Dahnel Singfield (1998-2002)____1,194 7. Dave Dawson (2002-05)_________1,080 8. Willie Ford (1992-94)____________ 803 9. Chaz Ahmed (1987-89)___________ 775 10. Keith Warren (1993-96)__________ 752

Kickoff Ret. Average (1949-present) 1. Gene Nance (1970)_____________24.83 2. Ruben Lindo (1991-92)__________24.53 3. Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)_____23.19 4. Pat Patterson (1967-69)_________22.48 5. Bob Baker (1960-62)____________21.94 6. Chris D’Amico (1980-84)_________21.23 7. Keith Warren (1993-96)_________20.89 8. Bobby Jones (1990)____________20.83 9. Ken Rutkowski (1966-67)________20.71 10. Gary Quatrini (1978-80)_________20.65

Punt Ret. Yardage (1949-present) 1. Drew Haddad (1996-99)__________ 787 2. Tom Hurd (1965-67)_____________ 433 3. Andy Hurley (1983-84)___________ 360 4. Tom Elliott (1968-70)____________ 331 5. Andre Forde (1999-2002)_________ 296 6. Terrell Jackson (2007-11)_________ 278 7. Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)______ 267 8. Matt Prelewicz (1991-93)_________ 245 Joe Licata (1979-80)_____________ 220 10. Dan Mettica (1986-87)___________ 216

Punt Return Average (1949-present) 1. Drew Haddad (1996-99)_________14.85 2. Terrell Jackson (2007-11)________11.12 3. Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)______9.54 4. Andre Forde (1999-2002)_________9.25 5. Dan Sella (1964-66)_____________9.16 6. Craig Rohlfs (1998-01)___________9.13 7. Tom Hurd (1965-67)_____________8.02 8. Dan Mettica (1986-87)___________7.71 9. Matt Prelewicz (1991-93)_________7.42 10. Fred Geringer (1963-65)__________7.26

CAREER SCORING LEADERS Career Scoring 1. A.J. Principe (2007- )_____________ 265 2. James Starks (2006-08)___________ 222 3. Alan Bell (1989-92)______________ 184 4. Anthony Swan (1994-97)_________ 180 5. Lee Jones (1965-67)_____________ 174 Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09)______ 174 7. O.D. Underwood (1986-87)_______ 152 8. Dallas Pelz (2000-03)____________ 147 9. Mark Mozrall (1991-94)__________ 135 10. Pat Whitehead (1980-82)_________ 134 11. Gerald Carlson (1993-96)_________ 129 12. Scott Keller (1997-2000)__________ 128 Drew Haddad (1996-99)__________ 128 14. Cliff Scott (1991-94)_____________ 122 15. Chris D’Amico (1980-84)__________ 114 Jamie Gasparre (1996-97)________ 114 17. Joe Zelmanski (1968-70)_________ 112 18. Tom McLaughlin (1988-91)_______ 110 19. Branden Oliver (2010- )_________108 Andre Forde (1999-2002)_________ 108

Gerald Carlson (1993-96)

A.J. Principe (2007-10)

*EDITOR’S NOTE: The records included in this media guide are compiled from all available archival information. Please contact the University at Buffalo Athletic Communications Office (716645-6311) with any additions or corrections. We apologize for any inaccuracies or omissions.

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football ALL-TIME SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS RUSHING Rushing Attempts______________________Branden Oliver (2011)_________________________________ 306 Rushing Yards_________________________Branden Oliver (2011)________________________________ 1,395 Rushing Touchdowns___________________Leeland Jones (1966), James Starks (2008)___________________ 16 Average per Rush______________________John Hartman (1990)____________________________________ 6.0 100-yard Games_______________________Branden Oliver (2011)___________________________________ 8 PA S S I N G Pass Attempts_________________________Drew Willy (2008)______________________________________ 468 Pass Completions______________________Drew Willy (2008)______________________________________ 304 Passing Yards_________________________Drew Willy (2008)_____________________________________ 3,304 Completion Percentage_________________Drew Willy (2007)______________________________________ 68.4 Passing Touchdowns___________________Drew Willy (2008)_______________________________________ 25 Interceptions_________________________Kirk Barton (1970), Frank Reilly (1990), Mark Taylor (1995)_______ 19 Passing Efficiency Rating________________Drew Willy (2008)____________________________________ 139.32 Pass Yards/Attempt____________________Marty Barrett (1981)_____________________________________ 8.1 RECEIVING Receptions___________________________Naaman Roosevelt (2008)_______________________________ 104 Receiving Yards________________________Naaman Roosevelt (2008)______________________________ 1,402 Average Per Reception__________________Doc Smith (1992)______________________________________ 21.2 Receiving Touchdowns_________________Naaman Roosevelt (2008)________________________________ 13 100-Yard Games_______________________Drew Haddad (1999)_____________________________________ 8

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Chad Salisbury

SCORING Scoring______________________________James Starks (2008)____________________________________ 102 T O TA L O F F E N S E Total Offense (Pass+Rush)_______________Drew Willy (2008)_____________________________________ 3,189 All-Purpose Yards______________________Branden Oliver (2011)________________________________ 1,760 Touchdowns (Pass+Rush)_______________Drew Willy (2008)_______________________________________ 29 DEFENSE Total Tackles__________________________Craig Guest (1995)_____________________________________ 161 Solo Tackles___________________________Craig Guest (1996)______________________________________ 80 Assisted Tackles_______________________Craig Guest (1995)______________________________________ 84 Tackles for Loss________________________Vince Canosa (1994)____________________________________ 21.5 Quarterback Sacks_____________________Vince Canosa (1993)____________________________________ 12.5 Interceptions_________________________Steve Nappo (1986)_____________________________________ 13 Passes Defended (int.+pass breakups)_____Dave Short (1990), Najja Johnson (2011)___________________ 16 Forced Fumbles_______________________Anthony Scott (1996)_____________________________________ 6 Fumble Recoveries_____________________Six tied, last – Domonic Cook (2008)_________________________ 4 PUNTING/KICKING Total Punts___________________________Scott McMahan (2002)___________________________________ 81 Total Yards____________________________Scott McMahan (2002)_________________________________ 3,258 Punting Average_______________________Ben Woods (2007)______________________________________ 41.7 Field Goals___________________________Gerald Carlson (1995)____________________________________ 17 Extra Points___________________________A.J. Principe (2008)______________________________________ 48 Points Scored by Kicking________________A.J. Principe (2008)______________________________________ 84 P U N T/K I C KO F F R E T U R N S Kickoff Returns________________________Dahnel Singfield (1999)__________________________________ 37 Kickoff Return Yardage__________________Dahnel Singfield (1999)_________________________________ 803 Kickoff Return Average__________________Naaman Roosevelt (2006)_______________________________ 25.9 Punt Returns__________________________Andy Hurley (1984)______________________________________ 36 Punt Return Yardage___________________Drew Haddad (1998)___________________________________ 410 Punt Return Average___________________Drew Haddad (1998)___________________________________ 17.8

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RUSHING

Attempts 1. Branden Oliver (2011)__________306 2. James Starks (2008)_____________ 272 3. James Starks (2007)_____________ 251 4. Anthony Swan (1996)____________ 244 5. Anthony Swan (1995)____________ 236 6. Aaron Leeper (2002)_____________ 235 7. O.D. Underwood (1986)__________ 229 8. Anthony Swan (1997)____________ 226 9. Alan Bell (1991)_________________ 225 10. O.D. Underwood (1987)__________ 209

Yards 1. Branden Oliver (2011)________ 1,395 2. James Starks (2008)____________1,333 3. O.D. Underwood (1986)_________1,189 4. Anthony Swan (1996)___________1,117 5. James Starks (2007)____________1,103 6. Alan Bell (1991)________________1,017 7. Anthony Swan (1995)____________ 968 8. Aaron Leeper (2002)_____________ 917 9. Todd Pace (1996)_______________ 885 10. O.D. Underwood (1987)__________ 873

Anthony Swan (1994-97)

Touchdowns 1. Lee Jones (1966)_________________ 16 James Starks (2008)______________ 16 3. O.D. Underwood (1986)___________ 15 4. Branden Oliver (2011)___________ 13 5. James Starks (2007)______________ 12 Lee Jones (1967)_________________ 12 Pat Whitehead (1982)_____________ 12 8. Alan Bell (1992)__________________ 11 9. Anthony Swan (1995)_____________ 10 Aaron Leeper (2002)______________ 10

Average Rush (Min. 100 carries) 1. John Hartman (1990)_____________6.1 2. Dave Dawson (2003)_____________5.3 3. Branden Oliver (2012)__________ 5.5 4. Pat Whitehead (1982)_____________5.2 O.D. Underwood (1986)___________5.2 6. Jim Barksdale (1966)______________5.1 Josh Roth (1998)_________________5.1 8. James Starks (2008)______________4.9 9. Derrick Gordon (1998)____________4.8 10. Pat Patterson (1967)______________4.7 Marquis Dwarte (2000)____________4.7

100-Yard Games 1. Branden Oliver (2011)____________ 8 2. Anthony Swan (1996)______________ 7 O.D. Underwood (1986)____________ 7 4. James Starks (2008)_______________ 6 5. Branden Oliver (2012)____________ 4 James Starks (2007)_______________ 4 Alan Bell (1991)___________________ 4 Anthony Swan (1995)______________ 4 Dave Rath (1988)_________________ 4 Todd Pace (1996)_________________ 4 10. 8 player tied with_________________ 3

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Receptions 1. Naaman Roosevelt (2008)________ 104 2. Drew Haddad (1999)_____________ 85 3. Naaman Roosevelt (2009)_________ 70 4. Drew Haddad (1997)_____________ 67 Drew Haddad (1998)_____________ 67 6. Alex Neutz (2012)_______________ 65 7. Brett Hamlin (2009)______________ 64 8. Naaman Roosevelt (2007)_________ 63 9. Marcus Rivers (2011)_____________ 60 10. Chaz Ahmed (1990)______________ 59

Touchdowns 1. Naaman Roosevelt (2008)_________ 13 2. Alex Neutz (2012)_______________ 11 3. Chris D’Amico (1983)_____________ 10 Doc Smith (1992)________________ 10 Jamie Gasparre (1996)____________ 10 6. Tom Frank (1983)_________________ 9 Jamie Gasparre (1997)_____________ 9 Naaman Roosevelt (2009)__________ 9 9. Joe D’Amico (1981)________________ 8 Kali Watkins (1998)________________ 8

Yards 1. Naaman Roosevelt (2008)_______1,402 2. Drew Haddad (1997)___________1,158 3. Drew Haddad (1999)___________1,058 4. Alex Neutz (2012)____________ 1,015 5. Doc Smith (1992)_______________ 996 6. Naaman Roosevelt (2009)________ 954 7. Chris D’Amico (1983)____________ 929 8. Chaz Ahmed (1990)_____________ 927 9. Drew Haddad (1998)____________ 911 10. Brett Hamlin (2009)_____________ 898

Chaz Ahmed (1987-90)

Drew Haddad (1996-99)

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON PASSING

Attempts 1. Drew Willy (2008)_______________ 468 2. Randall Secky (2002)____________ 421 3. Chazz Anderson (2011)__________ 406 4. Chad Salisbury (1997)___________ 384 5. Zach Maynard (2009)____________ 379 6. Drew Willy (2007)_______________ 377 7. Joe Freedy (2001)_______________ 371 8. Marty Barrett (1983)_____________ 366 9. Joe Freedy (2000)_______________ 338 10. Cliff Scott (1993)________________ 320

Completions 1. Drew Willy (2008)_______________ 304 2. Drew Willy (2007)_______________ 258 3. Chazz Anderson (2011)__________ 230 4. Chad Salisbury (1997)___________ 218 5. Zach Maynard (2009)____________ 218 6. Marty Barrett (1983)_____________ 207 7. Randall Secky (2002)____________ 204 8. Joe Freedy (2001)_______________ 187 9. Joe Freedy (2000)_______________ 184 10. Cliff Scott (1993)________________ 176 Frank Reilly (1988-90)

Yards 1. Drew Willy (2008)______________3,304 2. Chad Salisbury (1997)__________2,889 3. Zach Maynard (2009)___________2,694 4. Drew Willy (2007)______________2,572 5. Marty Barrett (1983)____________2,504 6. Chazz Anderson (2011)_________2,454 7. Cliff Scott (1993)_______________2,263 8. Marty Barrett (1981)____________2,155 9. Cliff Scott (1992)_______________2,088 10. Joe Freedy (2001)______________2,077

Completion Percentage 1. Drew Willy (2007)_______________68.4 2. Drew Willy (2008)_______________65.0 3. Drew Willy (2005)_______________60.6 4. Ken Crosta (1986)_______________59.7 5. Drew Willy (2006)_______________59.7 6. Zach Maynard (2009)____________57.5 7. Chad Salisbury (1997)___________56.8 8. Chazz Anderson (2011)__________56.7 9. Marty Barrett (1983)_____________56.6 10. Marty Barrett (1982)_____________56.4 Ken Cr o

Touchdowns 1. Drew Willy (2008)________________ 25 2. Marty Barrett (1983)______________ 18 Cliff Scott (1992)_________________ 18 Zach Maynard (2009)_____________ 18 5. Chad Salisbury (1997)____________ 16 Jerry Davis (2010)________________ 16 7. Drew Willy (2007)________________ 15 Chad Salisbury (1998)____________ 15 9. Frank Reilly (1990)_______________ 14 Joe Freedy (2000)________________ 14

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Interceptions 1. Kirk Barton (1970)________________ 19 Frank Reilly (1990)_______________ 19 Mark Taylor (1995)_______________ 19 4. Marty Barrett (1981)______________ 18 Marty Barrett (1983)______________ 18 Cliff Scott (1994)_________________ 18 Joe Freedy (2000)________________ 18 8. Ken Hyer (1984)_________________ 17 Frank Reilly (1989)_______________ 17 Chad Salisbury (1997)____________ 17

Pass Yards/Attempt (Min. 100 attempts) 1. Marty Barrett (1981)______________8.1 2. Ken Crosta (1986)________________7.8 3. Marty Barrett (1982)______________7.5 Mark Taylor (1996)_______________7.5 Chad Salisbury (1997)____________7.5 6. Cliff Scott (1992)_________________7.3 8. Ken Hyer (1982)_________________7.2 John Mings (1985)_______________7.2 Chad Salisbury (1998)____________7.2 11. Dennis Mason (1968)_____________7.1 Cliff Scott (1993)_________________7.1 Don Gilbert (1964)_______________7.1 Drew Willy (2008)________________7.1 Zach Maynard (2009)_____________7.1

Quarterback Rating (Min. 100 attempts) 1. Drew Willy (2008)______________139.3 2. Drew Willy (2007)______________135.7 3. Ken Crosta (1986)______________129.2 4. Chad Salisbury (1997)__________124.9 Zach Maynard (2009)___________124.9 6. Mark Taylor (1996)_____________124.2 7. Cliff Scott (1992)_______________122.9 8. Marty Barrett (1982)____________122.8 9. Chad Salisbury (1998)__________122.1 10. Ken Hyer (1982)_______________121.5

Gordon Bukaty (1958-60)

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football I N D I V I D U A L S I N G L E - S E A S O N YARDAGE / ALL-PURPOSE / SCORING All-Purpose Yards 1. Branden Oliver (2011)________ 1,760 (1,395 rush • 365 receiving • 0 KR • 0 PR) 2. James Starks (2008)____________1,694 (1,333 rush • 361 receiving • 0 KR • 0 PR) 3. Andre Forde (2002)_____________1,556 (21 rush • 748 receiving • 626 KR • 161 PR) 4. Naaman Roosevelt (2008)_______1,536 (9 rush • 1,402 receiving • 108 KR • 17 PR) 5. Pat Whitehead (1982)___________1,533 (615 rush • 608 receiving • 189 KR • 121 PR) 6. Drew Haddad (1999)___________1,474 (62 rush • 1,158 receiving • 0 KR • 254 PR) 7. James Starks (2007)____________1,414 (1,103 rush • 311 receiving • 0 KR • 0 PR) 8. O.D. Underwood (1986)_________1,409 (1,189 rush • 123 receiving • 97 KR • 0 PR) Drew Haddad (1998)___________1,409 (36 rush • 911 receiving • 52 KR • 410 PR) 10. Drew Haddad (1997)___________1,408 (4 rush • 1,058 receiving • 248 KR • 98 PR) O.D. Underwood (1986-87)

Total Offense 1. Drew Willy (2008)______________3,189 2. Zach Maynard (2009)___________2,994 3. Chad Salisbury (1997)__________2,797 4. Chazz Anderson (2011)_________2,763 5. Cliff Scott (1992)_______________2,546 6. Drew Willy (2007)______________2,528 7. Marty Barrett (1983)____________2,379 8. Cliff Scott (1993)_______________2,350 9. Chad Salisbury (1998)__________2,082 10. Joe Freedy (2001)______________2,067

Touchdowns Rush & Pass 1. Drew Willy (2008)________________ 29 2. Cliff Scott (1992)_________________ 27 3. Zach Maynard (2009)_____________ 19 4. Chazz Anderson (2011)___________ 19 5. Marty Barrett (1983)______________ 18 Drew Willy (2007)________________ 18 7. Lee Jones (1966)_________________ 16 Cliff Scott (1993)_________________ 16 Chad Salisbury (1997)____________ 16 Joe Freedy (2000)________________ 16 Jerry Davis (2010)________________ 16

Single-Season Scoring 1. James Starks (2008)_____________ 102 2. Lee Jones (1966)_________________ 96 3. Pat Whitehead (1982)_____________ 94 4. O.D. Underwood (1986)___________ 90 5. James Starks (2007)______________ 84 A.J. Principe (2008)_______________ 84 7. Naaman Roosevelt (2008)_________ 78 8. Branden Oliver (2011)___________ 78 9. A.J. Principe (2007)_______________ 77 10. Lee Jones (1967)_________________ 72

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON KICKING AND PUNTING Field Goals (1949-present) 1. Gerald Carlson (1995)_____________ 17 2. A.J. Principe (2007)_______________ 15 3. Dallas Pelz (2003)________________ 14 4. Dallas Pelz (2001)________________ 12 A.J. Principe (2008)_______________ 12 6. Patrick Clarke (2012)____________ 11 Gerald Carlson (1996)_____________ 11 Bernie Weber (1982)______________ 11 9. Tom McLaughlin (1988)___________ 10 10. A.J. Principe (2009)_______________ 10

Total Punts (1949-present) 1. Scott McMahan (2002)____________ 81 2. Tyler Grassman (2012)___________ 80 Ben Woods (2005)________________ 80 4. Dominic Milano (2003)____________ 79 5. Paul Jack (1968)_________________ 75 6. Gerald Carlson (1994)_____________ 74 7. Ben Woods (2004)________________ 72 8. Dana Loucks (1988)______________ 70 9. Scott McMahan (2001)____________ 68 10. Ben Woods (2006)________________ 67

Extra Points (1949-present) 1. A.J. Principe (2008)_______________ 48 2. Mark Mozrall (1992)______________ 33 3. A.J. Principe (2009)_______________ 33 4. A.J. Principe (2007)_______________ 32 5. Patrick Clarke (2012)____________ 28 Gerald Carlson (1996)_____________ 28 7. Bernie Weber (1982)______________ 26 8. Scott Keller (1997)_______________ 25 9. Michael Baker (2004)_____________ 24 10. Steve Grashof (1981)_____________ 22

Punting Yards (1949-present) 1. Scott McMahan (2002)__________3,258 2. Dominic Milano (2003)__________2,977 3. Ben Woods (2005)______________2,967 4. Ben Woods (2004)______________2,964 5. Gerald Carlson (1993)___________2,853 6. Tyler Grassman (2012)________ 2,828 7. Scott McMahan (2001)__________2,642 8. Ben Woods (2007)______________2,583 9. Peter Fardon (2008)____________2,540 10. Ben Woods (2006)______________2,539

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Points Scored (1949-present) 1. A.J. Principe (2008)_______________ 84 2. A.J. Principe (2007)_______________ 77 3. Gerald Carlson (1995)_____________ 68 4. A.J. Principe (2009)_______________ 63 5. Patrick Clarke (2012)____________ 61 Gerald Carlson (1996)_____________ 61 7. Bernie Weber (1982)______________ 59 8. Dallas Pelz (2003)________________ 57 9. Dallas Pelz (2001)________________ 55 10. Mark Mozrall (1992)______________ 45

Punting Average (1949-present) 1. Ben Woods (2007)______________41.66 2. Mike Masucci (2000)____________41.45 3. Ben Woods (2004)______________41.17 4. Mike Masucci (1999)____________40.77 5. Scott McMahan (2002)__________40.22 6. Lawrence Hart (1969)___________39.90 7. Gerald Carlson (1995)___________39.21 8. Gerald Carlson (1996)___________39.21 9. Peter Fardon (2008)____________39.07 10. Scott McMahan (2001)__________38.85

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football INDIVIDUAL S I N G L E - S E A S O N D E F E N S E Total Tackles (1977-present) 1. Craig Guest (1995)___________________161 2. Pete Conley (1995)__________________145 3. Steve Wojciechowski (1987)___________142 4. Craig Guest (1996)___________________136 5. Mike Laipple (1985)__________________127 6. Mike Laipple (1986)__________________125 Justin Winters (2008)_________________125 8. Davonte Shannon (2007)_____________123 9. Davonte Shannon (2008)_____________121 10. Davonte Shannon (2010)_____________120

Solo Tackles (1977-present) 1. Craig Guest (1996)____________________80 2. Craig Guest (1995)____________________77 3. Davonte Shannon (2007)______________73 4. Davonte Shannon (2008)______________70 5. Mike Newton (2008)__________________69 6. Pete Conley (1995)___________________68 7. J.J. Gibson (2001)_____________________65 Mark Graham (2002)__________________65 Davonte Shannon (2010)______________65 10. J.J. Gibson (2004)_____________________63 Chris Gray (2000)_____________________63

Assisted Tackles (1977-present) 1. Craig Guest (1995)____________________84 2. Mike Laipple (1985)___________________81 Steve Wojciechowski (1987)____________81 Dale Worrall (1989)___________________81 5. Pete Conley (1995)___________________77 6. Len Palumbo (1989)__________________75 7. Mike Laipple (1984)___________________74 8. Mike Laipple (1986)___________________73 9. Bobby Johnson (2001)________________67 Justin Winters (2008)__________________67

Tackles For Loss (1977-present) 1. Vince Canosa (1994)________________ 21.5 2. Khalil Mack (2012)_________________ 21.0 3. Khalil Mack (2011)_________________ 20.5 4. Tim Teicher (1987)__________________ 19.5 5. Larry Hutchinson (2007)_____________ 19.0 Keith Hansen (1996)________________ 19.0 Rich Dadabo (1990)_________________ 19.0 8. John White (1982)__________________ 16.0 9. Trevor Scott (2007)_________________ 15.0 Craig Guest (1995)__________________ 15.0 Duane Williams (2000)_______________ 15.0

Forced Fumbles (1991-present) 1. Anthony Scott (1996)__________________6 2. Khalil Mack (2011)___________________ 5 3. Khalil Mack (2012)___________________ 4 Rich Dadabo (1991)____________________4 Pete Conley (1995)____________________4 Craig Guest (1996)_____________________4 Keith Hansen (1996)___________________4 Kareem Byrom (2006)__________________4 Justin Winters (2008)___________________4 10. 10 tied with __________________________3 Interceptions (1949-present) 1. Steve Nappo (1986)___________________13 2. John Bernard (1983)__________________12 3. Andy Hurley (1983)____________________9 4. Jon Williams (1988)____________________8 5. Andy Hurley (a)_______________________7 6. Gordon Bukaty (1959)__________________6 Tom Hurd (1966)______________________6 Dave Short (1990)_____________________6 Mark Graham (2002)___________________6 Domonic Cook (2010)__________________6

Fumble Recoveries (1977-present) 1. John White (1979)_____________________4 Kim Frink (1984)_______________________4 Dave May (1985)______________________4 Kevin Deakin (1987)___________________4 Jesse Imes (2006)______________________4 Domonic Cook (2008)__________________4 6. 17 players with_______________________3

Quarterback Sacks (1982-present) 1. Vince Canosa (1993)________________ 12.5 2. Dan Leo (1986)____________________ 11.0 3. Tim Teicher (1987)__________________ 10.5 4. Trevor Scott (2007)_________________ 10.0 5. Rich Dadabo (1990)__________________ 9.0 Rich Dadabo (1992)__________________ 9.0 Keith Hansen (1996)_________________ 9.0 Anthony Scott (1996)________________ 9.0 Duane Williams (2000)________________ 9.0 Trevor Scott (2006)__________________ 9.0

Passes Defended (Int. + PBUs/1987-present) 1. Dave Short (1990)____________________16 Najja Johnson (2011)_______________ 16 3. Mike Chichester (1996)________________15 4. Gemara Williams (2005)_______________14 Robert Harris (1993)__________________14 Mike Lambert (2002)__________________14 7. Mark Graham (2002)__________________13 Kevin Concepcion (2002)______________13 9. Mark Graham (2001)__________________12 Mike Lambert (2001)__________________12 Domonic Cook (2010)_________________12

I N D I V I D U A L S I N G L E - S E A S O N K I C K O F F A N D P U N T RETURNS Kickoff Returns (1949-present) 1. Dahnel Singfield (1999)________________37 2. Terrell Jackson (2010)_________________33 3. Andre Forde (2002)___________________30 4. Dave Dawson (2003)__________________28 Naaman Roosevelt (2006)______________28 6. Kali Watkins (1995)___________________26 7. Kali Watkins (1998)___________________24 Terrell Jackson (2011)_________________24 9. Willie Ford (1992)_____________________22 Aaron Leeper (2003)__________________22 Alan Bell (1990)______________________22

Kickoff Return Yardage (1949-present) 1. Dahnel Singfield (1999)_______________803 2. Naaman Roosevelt (2006)_____________724 3. Terrell Jackson (2010)________________647 4. Andre Forde (2002)__________________626 5. Dave Dawson (2003)_________________578 6. Kali Watkins (1995)__________________538 7. Alan Bell (1989)_____________________485 8. Terrell Jackson (2011)________________472 9. Chaz Ahmed (1987)__________________471 Kali Watkins (1998)__________________471 Naaman Roosevelt (2007)_____________471

Punt Returns (1949-present) 1. Andy Hurley (1984)___________________36 2. Tom Elliott (1969)____________________27 Steve Nappo (1985)___________________27 4. Andy Hurley (1983)___________________23 Drew Haddad (1998)__________________23 6. Tom Hurd (1967)_____________________22 7. Joe Licata (1979)_____________________21 Drew Haddad (1999)__________________21 9. Pat Whitehead (1982)_________________20 Matt Knueven (2003)__________________20

Punt Return Yardage (1949-present) 1. Drew Haddad (1998)_________________410 2. Drew Haddad (1999)_________________254 3. Andy Hurley (1984)__________________201 4. Terrell Jackson (2010)________________200 5. Tom Elliott (1969)___________________193 6. Matt Prelewicz (1991)________________164 7. Andre Forde (2002)__________________161 8. Andy Hurley (1983)__________________159 9. Tom Hurd (1965)____________________154 10. Tom Hurd (1967)____________________147

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Kickoff Return Average (1949-present) 1. Naaman Roosevelt (2006)___________ 25.85 2. Rick Wells (1967)__________________ 25.00 3. Gene Nance (1970)________________ 24.83 4. Alan Bell (1989)___________________ 24.25 5. Keith Warren (1993)________________ 23.36 6. Pat Patterson (1967)_______________ 23.27 7. Gary Quatrani (1978)_______________ 23.23 8. Chaz Ahmed (1987)________________ 22.43 Naaman Roosevelt (2007)___________ 22.43 10. Andre Forde (1999)________________ 22.40

Punt Return Average (1949-present) 1. Drew Haddad (1998)_______________ 17.83 2. Naaman Roosevelt (2006)___________ 13.09 3. Drew Haddad (1997)_______________ 12.10 4. Tom Hurd (1965)__________________ 11.85 5. Andre Forde (2001)________________ 10.38 6. Craig Rohlfs (2001)_________________ 9.13 7. Joe D’Amico (1981)_________________ 8.92 8. Char Dranoski (1967)________________ 8.75 9. Matt Prelewicz (8.63)________________ 8.63 10. Dan Sella (1965)____________________ 8.57

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RUSHING Attempts (1953-present) 1. 1966 (10 games)________________ 541 2. 1967 (10 games)________________ 531 1986 (11 games)________________ 531 4. 2003 (12 games)________________ 529 5. 1996 (11 games)________________ 528 6. 1993 (11 games)________________ 524 7. 1968 (10 games)________________ 521 8. 1980 (11 games)________________ 495 9. 1970 (11 games)________________ 493 10. 1995 (11 games)________________ 492

Yards-Per-Game (1953-present) 1. 1959 (9 games)________________226.7 2. 1998 (11 games)_______________223.0 3. 1986 (11 games)_______________204.3 4. 1958 (9 games)________________203.7 5. 1969 (9 games)________________199.8 6. 1967 (10 games)_______________195.6 7. 1964 (9 games)________________192.0 8. 1962 (9 games)________________190.1 9. 1956 (8 games)________________186.6 10. 1991 (10 games)_______________182.2

Yards (1953-present) 1. 1998 (11 games)_______________2,463 2. 1986 (11 games)_______________2,247 3. 2012 (12 games)_______________2,120 4. 1959 (9 games)________________2,040 5. 2003 (12 games)_______________2,026 6. 2004 (11 games)_______________2,008 7. 2009 (12 games)_______________1,962 8. 1967 (10 games)_______________1,956 9. 1996 (11 games)_______________1,925 10. 2011 (12 games)_______________1,860

Touchdowns (1953-present) 1. 2008 (14 games)_________________ 27 2. 1986 (11 games)_________________ 26 3. 1992 (10 games)_________________ 25 1998 (11 games)_________________ 25 5. 1959 (9 games)__________________ 24 1967 (10 games)_________________ 24 7. 1966 (10 games)_________________ 23 1991 (10 games)_________________ 23 9. 2011 (12 games)_________________ 21 10. 1958 (9 games)__________________ 20

First Downs (1955-present) 1. 1998 (11 games)________________ 138 2. 1986 (11 games)________________ 126 3. 2003 (12 games)________________ 110 4. 2012 (12 games)________________ 106 1959 (9 games)_________________ 106 6. 1992 (10 games)________________ 103 7. 2008 (14 games)________________ 102 8. 2011 (12 games)_________________ 99 9. 1967 (10 games)_________________ 98 10. 1991 (10 games)_________________ 96 2008 (14 games)_________________ 96 (1963-66 incomplete)

SINGLE-SEASON TEAM PASSING Attempts (1953-present) 1. 2008 (14 games)________________ 472 2. 1997 (11 games)________________ 453 3. 2002 (12 games)________________ 432 4. 2011 (12 games)________________ 422 5. 1983 (10 games)________________ 414 6. 1982 (10 games)________________ 410 2010 (12 games)________________ 410 8. 2001 (11 games)________________ 407 9. 2009 (12 games)________________ 402 10. 2006 (12 games)________________ 387

Yards-Per-Game (1953-present) 1. 1982 (10 games)_______________302.9 2. 1997 (11 games)_______________297.7 3. 1983 (10 games)_______________276.1 4. 2009 (12 games)_______________241.9 5. 2008 (14 games)_______________237.6 6. 1981 (10 games)_______________225.4 7. 1984 (10 games)_______________220.9 8. 1992 (10 games)_______________219.1 9. 2007 (12 games)_______________217.9 10. 1993 (11 games)_______________212.5

Completions (1953-present) 1. 2008 (14 games)________________ 306 2. 2007 (12 games)________________ 262 3. 1997 (11 games)________________ 246 4. 2011 (12 games)________________ 236 5. 2009 (12 games)________________ 228 6. 1983 (10 games)________________ 227 7. 1982 (10 games)________________ 224 8. 2002 (12 games)________________ 209 9. 2001 (11 games)________________ 202 10. 2006 (12 games)________________ 200

First Downs (1955-present) 1. 1997 (11 games)________________ 157 2. 2008 (14 games)________________ 155 3. 2009 (12 games)________________ 139 4. 1982 (10 games)________________ 128 5. 2007 (12 games)________________ 123 6. 1983 (10 games)________________ 120 7. 2011 (12 games)________________ 118 8. 2010 (12 games)________________ 109 9. 2012 (12 games)________________ 107 2001 (11 games)________________ 107 (1963-66 incomplete)

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Yards (1953-present) 1. 2008 (14 games)_______________3,326 2. 1997 (11 games)_______________3,275 3. 1982 (10 games)_______________3,029 4. 2009 (12 games)_______________2,903 5. 1983 (10 games)_______________2,761 6. 2007 (12 games)_______________2,615 7. 2011 (12 games)_______________2,522 8. 2012 (12 games)_______________2,391 9. 1993 (11 games)_______________2,338 10. 1981 (10 games)_______________2,254

Touchdowns (1953-present) 1. 2008 (14 games)_________________ 25 2. 2009 (12 games)_________________ 21 3. 1982 (20 games)_________________ 20 4. 1983 (10 games)_________________ 19 1992 (10 games)_________________ 19 6. 1997 (11 games)_________________ 18 7. 1959 (9 games)__________________ 17 2010 (12 games)_________________ 17 2012 (12 games)_________________ 17 10. 1995 (11 games)_________________ 16 2007 (12 games)_________________ 16

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS

Total Offense Yards Gained (2008)_____________5,154 Yards Per Game (1998)___________426.6 Plays (2008)_____________________ 958 Touchdowns (2008)________________ 55 Fumbles (1957)___________________ 41 Fumbles Lost (1957)_______________ 26

Total Defense Fewest Yards Allowed 1. 1984______________________2,717 2. 1981______________________2,915 3. 1985______________________2,949 Rushing Defense Yards Allowed 1. 1986______________________1,224 2. 1983______________________1,406 3. 1981______________________1,408 Touchdowns Allowed 1. 1983_________________________ 8 2. 1981________________________ 10 1984________________________ 10

Passing Defense Yards Allowed 1. 1988______________________1,245 2. 1985______________________1,265 3. 1984______________________1,298 Touchdowns Allowed 1. 1985_________________________ 5 2. 1981_________________________ 7 1984_________________________ 7 1989_________________________ 7 _Interceptions 1. 1959________________________ 31 2. 1986________________________ 26 3. 1983________________________ 25

SEASON TEAM FIRST DOWN RECORDS

Rushing and Passing (1955-present) 1. 2009 (12 games)_______________ 264 2. 2008 (14 games)_______________ 257 3. 1998 (11 games)_______________ 243 4. 1986 (11 games)_______________ 221 5. 2011 (12 games)_______________ 217 6. 1997 (11 games)_______________ 216 7. 2012 (12 game)________________ 213 8. 1983 (10 games)_______________ 212 9. 2007 (12 games)_______________ 208 1992 (10 games)_______________ 208

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By Penalty (1955-present) 2012 (12 games)________________ 29 2001 (11 games)________________ 27 2002 (12 games)________________ 26 2009 (12 games)________________ 25 2000 (11 games)________________ 22 2003 (12 games)________________ 22 2004 (11 games)________________ 22 2008 (14 games)________________ 22 2010 (12 games)________________ 21 2011 (12 games)________________ 21

On the road at Iowa State – 1968

Penalties Penalties Against (1994)___________ 104 Yards Penalized (1994)____________ 972

Punting Most Punts (2002)_________________ 86 Highest Average (2007)____________41.7

Punt Returns Punt Returns (1984)________________ 37 Yards (1998)_____________________ 427 Average (1998)__________________17.8

Kickoff Returns Kickoff Returns (1999)______________ 65 Yards (1999)____________________1,310 Average (2006)__________________21.4

Scoring Points (2008)____________________ 424 Touchdowns (2008)________________ 55 Extra Points (2008)_________________ 48 Two-Point Conversions (1986)________ 6 Field Goals (1995)_________________ 17

Additional Records Wins (1986)_______________________ 9 Consecutive Wins (1897-98)__________ 8 Consecutive Unbeaten Games (1895-98)__ 11 Losses (One season) (1999, 2002, 2003)____ 11 Consecutive Losses (1998-2000; 2001-03)__ 18 Consecutive Winless Games (1925-28)____ 21 Consecutive Games Without ________ 48 Being Shut Out (1965-70) Greatest Margin of Victory__________ 81 (81-0 vs. Hobart, 1918) Greatest Margin of Defeat__________ 128 (128-0 vs. Michigan, 1901) All-time Overtime record__________ 6-4

The Bulls played second-ranked Auburn in 2006

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football ALL-TIME SINGLE-GAME HIGHS RUSHING Rushing Attempts______________________O.D. Underwood vs. Ithaca (10/18/86)______________________ 41 Rushing Yards_________________________Alan Bell vs. Duquesne (11/2/91)__________________________ 266 Rushing Touchdowns___________________Lou Corriere vs. Hobart (1942)______________________________ 6 Average per Rush (min. 20 attempts)______Alan Bell vs. Duquesne (11/2/91)__________________________ 10.2 Longest run from scrimmage____________Ed Malanowicz vs. Hobart (11/16/29)_______________________95* PA S S I N G Pass Attempts_________________________Cliff Scott vs. Maine (9/4/93)______________________________ 58 Pass Completions______________________Drew Willy at Kent State (11/24/07)_________________________ 34 Passing Yards_________________________Cliff Scott at New Haven (9/12/92)________________________ 490 Completion Percentage (min. 20 atts.)_____Drew Willy at Temple (9/8/07), 20-of-22____________________ 91% Passing Touchdowns___________________Marty Barrett vs. Alfred (11/12/83)__________________________ 6 Interceptions_________________________Marty Barrett at Buffalo St. (10/1/83)_________________________ 5 John Gentilella at Rochester (9/28/85)_______________________ 5 Pass Yards/Attempt (min. 20 attempts)_____Cliff Scott at Hofstra (10/4/91)____________________________ 13.5 Longest passing play___________________Mark Taylor to Jamie Gasparre at Hofstra (11/2/96)____________91* RECEIVING Receptions___________________________Chaz Ahmed at Mercyhurst (10/27/90)______________________ 13 Receiving Yards________________________Joe D’Amico vs. Cortland (9/12/81)________________________ 218 Average Per Reception__________________Joe D’Amico vs. Cortland (9/12/81)________________________ 43.6 Receiving Touchdowns_________________Chris D’Amico vs. Alfred (11/12/83)/Alex Neutz vs. Morgan St. (9/8/12)______ 4

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Dennis Mason

SCORING Single-game Scoring___________________Lou Corriere vs. Hobart (1942)_____________________________ 36 T O TA L O F F E N S E Total Offense (Pass+Rush)_______________Cliff Scott at New Haven (9/12/92)_____________________ 536 yds All-Purpose Yards______________________Drew Haddad at Cornell (10/3/98)_________________________ 276 Touchdowns (Pass+Rush)_______________Lou Corriere vs. Hobart (1942)__________________________ 6 rush Marty Barrett vs. Alfred (11/12/83)______________________ 6 pass Cliff Scott at New Haven (9/12/94)________________ 5 pass, 1 rush DEFENSE Total Tackles__________________________Craig Guest vs. Maine (10/7/95)____________________________ 29 Solo Tackles___________________________Craig Guest vs. Maine (10/7/95)____________________________ 17 Assisted Tackles_______________________Craig Guest vs. Maine (10/7/95)____________________________ 12 Tackles for Loss________________________Craig Guest vs. Lafayette (9/9/96)___________________________ 5 Chris Shelly at Eastern Michigan (10/27/01)___________________ 5 Quarterback Sacks_____________________Duane Williams vs. Bowling Green (9/23/00)__________________ 4 Interceptions_________________________Pete Rao vs. Cortland State (11/3/53)________________________ 4 Forced Fumbles_______________________Pete Conley at Illinois State (9/16/95)________________________ 4 Fumble Recoveries_____________________Several players with______________________________________ 2 Passes defensed (Int. + pass breakups)_____Dahnel Singfield at Rutgers (9/7/02)_________________________ 5 PUNTING/KICKING Total Punts___________________________Gerald Carlson at James Madison (9/3/94); at Hofstra (11/2/96)__ 12 Total Yards____________________________Scott McMahan vs. Connecticut (9/14/02)__________________ 463 Longest punt_________________________Dana Loucks vs. Frostburg State (11/14/87)__________________ 86 David Anastasi vs. John Carroll (9/2/89)_____________________ 86 Punting Average (min. 4 punts)___________Ben Woods at Ball State (9/29/07)_________________________ 50.5 Field Goals Made______________________Dallas Pelz at Toledo (11/1/03)______________________________ 5 Field Goals Attempted__________________Gerald Carlson at Colgate (9/14/96)_________________________ 6 Extra Points___________________________Patrick Clarke vs. Morgan State (9/8/12)______________________ 8 Points Scored by Kicking________________Dallas Pelz at Toledo (11/1/03) (five FGs, 2 PATs)_______________ 17 Longest field goal______________________Gerald Carlson vs. Edinboro (9/28/96)_______________________ 54 P U N T/K I C KO F F R E T U R N S Kickoff Returns________________________Aaron Leeper at Miami (OH) (10/11/03)______________________ 8 Kickoff Return Yardage__________________Alan Bell at Ithaca (10/14/89), 5 returns____________________ 159 Longest Kickoff Return__________________Judd Rosengrant vs. Hobart (1926)________________________100* Chuck Daniels vs. Cortland (9/22/56)______________________100* Kickoff Return Average (min. 3 returns)____Kali Watkins at Connecticut (9/23/95), 3 returns______________ 35.3 Punt Returns__________________________Andy Hurley vs. Lock Haven (10/10/84)_______________________ 7 Punt Return Yardage___________________Drew Haddad at Cornell (10/3/98)_________________________ 139 Punt Return Average (min. 3 returns)______Drew Haddad at Cornell (10/3/98)_________________________ 34.8 Longest Punt Return___________________Drew Haddad at Cornell (10/3/98)__________________________94*

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Craig Guest *TD Records back to 1987

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RUSHING Rushing Attempts (1977-present) 1. O.D. Underwood vs. Ithaca - 10/18/86________41 atts. (182 yds) 2. James Starks at Akron - 11/13/08___________37 atts. (151 yds) 3. O.D. Underwood vs. Rochester - 9/27/86_____36 atts. (232 yds) James Starks vs. Ohio - 10/6/07_____________36 atts. (183 yds) 5. Anthony Swan vs. Boston Univ. - 11/18/95____35 atts. (147 yds) Branden Oliver at Pittsburgh - 9/3/11_____35 atts. (114 yds) 7. Aaron Leeper at Rutgers - 9/7/02____________34 atts. (153 yds) Alan Bell vs. Hofstra - 10/24/92_____________34 atts. (151 yds) Anthony Swan vs. Illinois State - 8/29/96_____34 atts. (115 yds) Mark Maier at Albany - 10/13/79____________34 atts. (94 yds) James Starks vs. Toledo - 10/20/07__________ 34 atts (231 yds) James Starks vs. Ohio - 10/8/11_____________ 34 atts (179 yds) Branden Oliver vs. Bowling Green - 11/25/11____ 34 atts (127 yds)

Rushing Yards (1977-present) 1. Alan Bell vs. Duquesne - 11/2/91_______________ 266 (26 atts.) 2. Branden Oliver vs. Morgan State - 9/8/12_____ 238 (25 atts.) 3. Branden Oliver vs. Akron - 11/19/11_________ 235 (29 atts.) 4. O.D. Underwood vs. Rochester - 9/27/86________ 232 (36 atts.) 5. James Starks vs. Toledo - 10/13/07_____________ 231 (34 atts.) 6. Anthony Swan at Lehigh - 9/21/96_____________ 215 (29 atts.) 7. Anthony Swan vs. Fordham - 9/2/95____________ 204 (26 atts.) 8. O.D. Underwood vs. Albany State - 11/7/87______ 201 (30 atts.) 9. Branden Oliver vs. Miami (OH) - 11/3/12______ 199 (32 atts.) 10. Alan Bell vs. Canisius - 10/12/91_______________ 192 (29 atts.)

Rushing Touchdowns (1977-present) 1. Lou Corriere vs. Hobart - 11/7/42_______________________ 2. Anthony Swan vs. Fordham - 9/2/95_____________________ 3. Anthony Swan vs. Illinois State - 8/29/96_________________ Pat Whitehead vs. Albany – 11/6/82_____________________ 5. Alan Bell vs. Mansfield - 9/26/92________________________ Alan Bell at Central Connecticut - 10/31/92_______________ Alan Bell vs. Duquesne - 11/2/91________________________ Alan Bell at Mercyhurst - 10/27/90______________________ O.D. Underwood at Canisius - 10/11/86__________________ O.D. Underwood vs. Ithaca - 10/18/86____________________ O.D. Underwood vs. Frostburg State - 11/15/86____________ Pat Whitehead vs. Cortland - 9/11/82____________________ Josh Roth vs. Lock Haven - 9/12/98______________________ Derrick Gordon vs. Central Michigan – 10/9/99____________ Marquis Dwarte at Connecticut – 9/22/01________________ Aaron Leeper vs. Central Florida – 11/9/02________________ James Starks vs. Kent State – 11/4/06____________________ James Starks vs. Toledo - 10/13/07______________________ James Starks at Akron - 11/13/08_______________________ Ike Nduka at Western Michigan - 10/24/09________________ Branden Oliver vs. Stony Brook – 9/10/11______________ Branden Oliver vs. Ohio - 10/8/11_____________________

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING Receptions (1977-present) 1. Chaz Ahmed at Mercyhurst - 10/27/90___________13 (175 yds) James Starks at Akron - 11/13/08________________13 (90 yds) 3. Gary Quatrani vs. Alfred - 11/11/78______________12 (137 yds) Andre Forde at Ohio - 9/28/02__________________12 (202 yds) Kali Watkins at Illinois State - 9/6/97_____________12 (167 yds) Drew Haddad at Cornell – 10/3/98______________12 (137 yds) Brett Hamlin vs. Pittsburgh - 9/12/09____________12 (149 yds) Naaman Roosevelt vs. Akron - 10/17/09__________12 (100 yds) 9. Fred Mueller at Rochester – 9/24/83______________11 (77 yds) Drew Haddad vs. Massachusetts- 10/18/97_______11 (147 yds) Drew Haddad at Massachusetts - 9/26/98________11 (173 yds)

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Receiving Yards (1977-present) 1. Joe D’Amico vs. Cortland - 9/12/81_______________218 (5 rec.) 2. Andre Forde at Ohio - 9/28/02_________________ 202 (12 rec.) 3. Gary Quatrani at Coast Guard - 11/4/78_________ 196 (10 rec.) 4. Doc Smith at New Haven - 9/12/92_______________178 (7 rec.) 5. Chaz Ahmed at Mercyhurst - 10/27/90__________ 175 (13 rec.) 6. Drew Haddad at Illinois State - 9/6/97_____________174 (8 rec.) 7. Drew Haddad at Massachusetts – 9/26/98_______ 173 (11 rec. ) 8. Kali Watkins at Illinois State - 9/6/97____________ 167 (12 rec.) Drew Haddad at Liberty - 10/24/98_____________ 167 (12 rec.) 10. Naaman Roosevelt vs. Ohio - 11/10/09____________165 (8 rec.) Receiving Touchdowns 1. Alex Neutz vs. Morgan State - 9/8/12__________________ 4 Chris D’Amico vs. Alfred - 11/12/83______________________ 4 3. Dane Hightower at Rochester - 9/28/85__________________ 3 Chaz Ahmed at Mercyhurst - 10/27/90___________________ 3 Joe D’Amico vs. Cortland - 9/12/81______________________ 3 Joe D’Amico at Hobart - 9/26/81________________________ 3 Dick Ashley vs. Colgate - 11/3/65________________________ 3 Ed Gicewicz vs. Washington & Jefferson - 11/5/59__________ 3 Kali Watkins vs. Morgan State – 10/10/98_________________ 3 Kali Watkins at Hofstra – 11/21/98_______________________ 3 Andre Forde at Rutgers - 9/7/02________________________ 3 Naaman Roosevelt vs. Ball State – 12/5/08________________ 3 Naaman Roosevelt vs. Ohio - 11/17/09___________________ 3 Ed Young at Connecticut - 9/25/11______________________ 3

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football SINGLE-GAME PASSING Attempts (1977-present) 1. Cliff Scott vs. Maine - 9/4/93__________________ 58 (25-of-58) 2. Marty Barrett at Baldwin-Wallace - 9/18/82______ 54 (32-of-54) Chad Salisbury at Connecticut - 10/4/97_________ 54 (28-of-54) 4. Chazz Anderson vs. N. Illinois – 10/22/11________ 53 (35-of-53) 5. Cliff Scott at New Haven - 9/12/92______________ 51 (29-of-51) Chad Salisbury vs. Massachusetts - 10/18/97_____ 51 (30-of-51) Zach Maynard vs. W. Michigan - 10/24/09________ 51 (26-of-51) 8. Chazz Anderson at Pittsburgh - 9/3/11__________ 49 (32-of-49) 9. Drew Willy at Syracuse - 10/20/07______________ 48 (32-of-48) 10. Frank Reilly vs. John Carroll - 9-2-89____________ 47 (15-of-47)

Yards (1977-present) 1. Cliff Scott at New Haven - 9/12/92_____________ 490 (29-of-51) 2. Chad Salisbury vs. Massachusetts - 10/18/97____ 459 (30-of-51) 3. Chad Salisbury at Illinois State - 9/6/97_________ 445 (29-of-45) 4. Chad Salisbury vs. West Chester - 9/27/97______ 418 (29-of-46) 5. Jim Rodriguez at Coast Guard - 11/4/78________ 417 (30-of-41) 6. Mark Taylor vs. New Haven - 11/9/96___________ 411 (26-of-42) 7. Chazz Anderson vs. N. Illinois - 10/22/11________ 404 (35-of-53) 7. Zack Maynard vs. Pittsburgh - 9/12/09_________ 400 (24-of-35) 8. Chad Salisbury vs. Massachusetts - 9/26/98_____ 375 (27-of-40) 9. Marty Barrett vs. Alfred - 11/12/83____________ 370 (23-of-42) 10. Cliff Scott at Hofstra - 10/4/91________________ 366 (10-of-27)

Interceptions (1977-present) 1. Marty Barrett at Buffalo State - 10/1/83___________________ John Gentilella at Rochester - 9/28/85___________________ 3. Joe Freedy at Northern Illinois - 10/28/00_________________ Drew Willy vs. Eastern Michigan - 11/19/05_______________ Zach Maynard at Temple - 9/26/09______________________ Jerry Davis at Bowling Green - 10/2/10___________________

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Completions (1977-present) 1. Chazz Anderson - 10/22/11___________________ 35 (35-of-53) 2. Drew Willy at Kent State - 11/24/07_____________ 34 (34-of-44) 3. Drew Willy at Miami (OH) - 11/3/07_____________ 33 (33-of-45) 4. Marty Barrett at Baldwin-Wallace - 9/18/82______ 32 (32-of-54) Drew Willy at Syracuse - 10/20/07______________ 32 (32-of-48) Chazz Anderson at Pittsburgh - 9/3/11__________ 32 (32-of-49) 7. Drew Willy at Western Michigan - 10/1/05_______ 30 (30-of-38) Jim Rodriguez at Coast Guard - 11/4/78_________ 30 (30-of-41) Chad Salisibury vs. Massachusetts - 10/18/97_____ 30 (30-of-51) 10. Cliff Scott at New Haven - 9/12/92______________ 29 (29-of-51) Randall Secky at Ohio - 9/28/02________________ 29 (29-of-43) Chad Salisbury at Illinois State - 9/6/97__________ 29 (29-of-45) Chad Salisbury vs. West Chester - 9/27/97_______ 29 (29-of-46) Drew Willy vs. Baylor - 9/22/07_________________ 29 (29-of-46) Drew Willy vs. Temple - 9/13/08________________ 29 (29-of-42) Drew Willy at Bowling Green - 11/21/08_________ 29 (29-of-41) Drew Willy vs. Connecticut - 1/3/09_____________ 29 (29-of-43) Touchdowns (1977-present) 1. Marty Barrett vs. Alfred - 11/12/83______________________ 2. Cliff Scott at New Haven - 9/12/92_______________________ 3. Marty Barrett vs. Cortland - 9/12/81_____________________ Drew Willy vs. Texas El-Paso - 8/28/08____________________ Zack Maynard vs. Pittsburgh - 9/12/09___________________ Jerry Davis vs. Rhode Island - 9/2/10_____________________ Alex Zordich vs. Morgan State - 9/8/12_________________ 5. 13 players with______________________________________

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Cliff Scott threw for a school record 490 yards against New Haven in 1992

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SINGLE-GAME TEAM DEFENSE

T O TA L O F F E N S E ( H I G H S ) Plays (at Connecticut - 10/4/97)___________________________ 115 Yards (vs. Canisius - 10/17/98)____________________________ 628 Touchdowns (vs. New Haven - 9/12/92)______________________ 8

T O TA L D E F E N S E ( L O W S ) Plays (vs. Mercyhurst - 10/27/90)___________________________ 45 Yards (vs. Hofstra - 10/24/92)______________________________ 84 Touchdowns (vs. New Haven - 9/12/92)______________________ 8

T O TA L O F F E N S E ( B O T H T E A M S ) Plays (vs. Alfred - 11/15/80 and John Carroll - 9/2/89)_________ 166 Yards (vs. New Haven - 9/12/92)_________________________ 1,375 Touchdowns (vs. New Haven - 9/12/92)_____________________ 17

O P P O N E N T R U S H I N G ( LO WS ) Attempts (vs. Hofstra - 10/24/92)___________________________ 17 Yards (vs. Hofstra - 10/24/92)_____________________________(-40)

RUSHING Attempts (vs. Hofstra - 10/24/92)___________________________ 72 Yards (vs. Canisius - 10/17/98)____________________________ 486 Touchdowns (vs. Duquesne - 11/2/91)_______________________ 7

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O P P O N E N T PA S S I N G ( L O W S ) Attempts (vs. Lock Haven - 11/16/95)________________________ Completions (vs. Buffalo State - 9/19/87 vs. UMass - 10/14/95)____ Yards (vs. Ohio - 11/3/01)__________________________________ Most Interceptions (six times)______________________________

RUSHING (BOTH TEAMS) Attempts (vs. Mercyhurst - 10/28/89)______________________ 115 Yards (vs. Duquesne - 11/2/91)___________________________ 641

PUNTING Most Punts (by Kent State - 10/23/57)_______________________ 16

PA S S I N G Attempts (at Connecticut - 10/4/97)________________________ 71 Completions (vs. Kent State - 11/24/07)_____________________ 35 Yards (vs. New Haven - 9/12/92)__________________________ 490 Touchdowns (vs. Alfred - 11/12/83)__________________________ 6 Interceptions (vs. Cortland - 10/3/56)________________________ 6

LONGEST FIELD GOALS (1947-PRESENT)

PA S S I N G ( B O T H T E A M S ) Attempts (vs. Alfred - 11/12/83)___________________________ 100 Completions (vs. Alfred - 11/12/83)_________________________ 52 SCORING Points (vs. Hobart - 1918)_________________________________ 81 Touchdowns (vs. Mansfield State - 9/26/92)___________________ 8 Field Goals (vs. Toledo - 11/1/03)____________________________ 5 FIRST DOWNS First Downs (vs. Northern Illinois - 10/22/11)_________________ 33 First Downs Rushing (vs. Canisius - 10/17/98)_________________ 25 First Downs Passing (vs. Brockport - 10/23/82)________________ 20 First Downs by Penalty (vs. Buffalo State - 10/1/83)_____________ 5 at Connecticut (9/22/01)_______________ 5

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Gerald Carlson vs. Edinboro - 9/28/96_______________54 yards Bernie Weber vs. Canisius - 10/8/83_________________52 yards Gerald Carlson vs. Villanova - 9/30/95_______________52 yards John Rachuna vs. Miami - 10/30/10_________________52 yards Mark Mozrall at Youngstown State - 10/30/93________51 yards Gerald Carlson vs. Massachusetts - 10/14/95_________51 yards Gerald Carlson vs. Connecticut - 9/7/96_____________51 yards Dallas Pelz at Army – 11/10/01____________________50 yards Dallas Pelz at Toledo - 11/1/03_____________________50 yards Patrick Clarke vs. Akron - 11/19/11______________ 49 yards Patrick Clarke vs. Miami (OH) - 11/3/12 49 yards

FUMBLES Fumbles (vs. Gettysburg - 9/16/61)__________________________ 9 Fumbles Lost (vs. Hobart - 10/8/55)__________________________ 7 P E N A LT I E S Penalties Against (vs. Edinboro - 9/27/93)____________________ 17 Yards Penalized (vs. Frostburg State - 10/15/86)______________ 171 K I C KO F F R E T U R N S Kickoff Returns (vs. Boston College - 11/7/70)________________ 11 Yards (vs. Findlay - 9/6/87)_______________________________ 238 PUNT RETURNS Punt Returns (vs. Norwich - 10/30/82)________________________ 8 Yards (at Miami, OH - 11/20/99)___________________________ 125 Mark Mozrall connected on a 51-yard field goal in 1993.

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football LONGEST PLAYS Longest Rushing Play: 1. 95 - Ed Malanowics vs. Hobart, Nov. 16, 1929 (TD) 2. 92 - James Starks at Miami (OH), Nov. 3, 2007 (TD) 3. 91 - Alan Bell vs Westminster, Sept. 22, 1990 (TD) Longest Passing Play: 1. 91 - Mark Taylor to Jamie Gasparre vs. Hofstra, Nov. 2, 1996 (TD) 2. 90 - Chazz Anderson to Ed Young vs. Ohio, Oct. 8, 2011 3. 89 - Jim Rodriguez to Gary Quatrani vs. John Carroll, Sept. 15, 1979 (TD)

Longest Interception Return: 1. 90 - Gerry LaFountain vs. Delaware, Nov. 6, 1965 (TD) 2. 89 - Bill Tipton vs. Lehigh, Sept. 21, 1996 (TD) 3. 87 - Mike Lambert vs. W. Michigan, Oct. 5, 2002

Longest Punt: 1. 86 - Dana Loucks vs. Frostburg State, Nov. 14, 1987 David Anastasi vs. John Carroll, Sept. 2, 1989 2. 81- Bill Brogan vs. Cortland State, 1959 3. 79 - Gerald Carlson vs. Edinboro, Sept. 28, 1996 Longest Field Goal: 1. 54 - Gerald Carlson vs. Edinboro, Sept. 28, 1996

2. 52 - Bernie Weber vs. Canisius, Oct. 8, 1983 Gerald Carlson vs. Villanova, Sept. 30, 1995 John Rachuna vs. Miami (OH), Oct. 30, 2010 5. 51 - Mark Mozrall vs. Youngstown State, Oct. 30, 1993 51 - Gerald Carlson vs. UMass, Oct. 14, 1995 & vs. UConn Sept. 7, 1996

Longest Punt Return: 1. 94 – Drew Haddad at Cornell, Oct. 3, 1998 (TD) 2. 83 – Andre Forde vs. Lehigh, Aug. 29, 2002 (TD) 3. 82 – Drew Haddad at Liberty, Oct. 24, 1998 (TD) Longest Kickoff Return: 1. 100 - Judd Rosengrant vs. Hobart, 1926 (TD) Chuck Daniels vs. Cortland, Sept. 22, 1956 (TD) 2. 95 - Jim Ryan vs. Villanova, Oct. 5, 1963 (TD) O.D. Underwood vs. Findlay, Sept. 5, 1987 (TD)

THE LAST TIME

Last Shutout: Sept. 2, 2010 – Buffalo 31, Rhode Island 0 Last Time Shut Out: Oct. 15, 2011 – at Temple 34, Buffalo 0 Last Overtime Game: Oct. 24, 2009 – at Western Michigan, 34-31 (OT) Last Overtime Win: Nov. 21, 2008 – at Bowling Green, Won 40-34 (2 OTs) Last Overtime Loss: Oct. 24, 2009 – Western Michigan, 34-31 (OT) Last Kickoff Returned for a Touchdown: Sept. 20, 2008 – Ernest Jackson at Missouri (97 yds) Last Punt Returned for a Touchdown: Nov. 17, 2012 – Kyndal Minniefield at UMass (33 yds, blocked kick) Aug. 29, 2002 - Andre Ford vs. Lehigh (83 yds, non-blocked return) Last Interception Returned for a Touchdown: Oct. 27, 2012 – Cortney Lester vs. Toledo (23 yards) Last Fumble Returned for a Touchdown: Dec. 5, 2008 – Sherrod Lott vs. Ball State (74 yards) Mike Newton vs. Ball State (92 yards) Last 100 yard Rush Game: Nov. 10, 2012 – Devin Campbell vs. Western Michigan (107 yards, 22 att.) Last 200 yard Rush Game: Sep. 8, 2012 – Branden Oliver vs. Morgan State (238 yards, 25 att.) Last UB Running Back To Score 3 or more rushing TDS/Game Oct. 8, 2011 – Branden Oliver vs. Ohio (12, 1, 1) Last UB Rusher To Have 34 or More Carries In a Game Nov. 25, 2011 – Branden Oliver vs. Bowling Green (34 att., 127 yards) Last Time Two UB Rushers Have Gone Over 100 Yards: Oct. 6, 2012 – Devin Campbell (160 yds), Alex Zordich (110 yds) vs. Ohio Last Player to Have 10 or More Catches in a Game: Oct. 22, 2011 – Marcus Rivers vs. No. Illinois (10 rec., 114 yds) Last 100 yd Receiving Game: Nov. 10, 2012 – Alex Neutz vs. Western Michigan (9 rec., 140 yds) Last 200 yd Receiving Game: Sept. 29, 2002 – Andre Forde at Ohio (12 rec., 202 yards) Last Receiver To Catch 3 or More TDs In One Game: Sep. 8, 2012 – Alex Neutz vs. Morgan State (16,22,34,28) Last Time Two UB Receivers Have Gone Over 100 Yards: Oct. 22, 2011 – Alex Neutz vs. No. Illinois (9 rec., 135 yds) Marcus Rivers vs. No. Illinois (10 rec., 114 yds)

Last 300 yd Passing Game: Oct. 22, 2011 – Chazz Anderson vs. No. Illinois (404 yards) Last 400 yd Passing Game: Oct. 22, 2011 – Chazz Anderson vs. No. Illinois (404 yards) Last Time a UB Quarterback Has Thrown 3 Touchdowns: Sep. 8, 2012 – Alex Zordich vs. Morgan State (18,16,22,34) Last Time a UB Quarterback Has Thrown 4 Touchdowns: Sep. 8, 2012 – Alex Zordich vs. Morgan State (18,16,22,34) Last Time a UB Quarterback Has Attempted 40 Passes: Oct. 20, 2012 – Alex Zordich vs. Pittsburgh (23-of-41) Last Time a UB Quarterback Has Completed 25 Passes: Oct. 22, 2011 – Chazz Anderson vs. No. Illinois (35-of-53) Last Successful Two-Point Conversion: Nov. 17, 2012 – Matt Weiser pass from Alex Dennison at UMass Last Defensive Two-Point Conversion: Oct. 28, 2008 – Andrae Smith at Ohio on Kendric Hawkins blocked PAT Last 50-Yard Plus Field Goal: Oct. 30, 2010 – John Rachuna vs. Miami (OH) (52 yards) Last kicker to record four or more field goals in a game: Oct. 20, 2007 – 4, A.J. Principe at Syracuse (31, 33, 29, 32) Buffalo recorded a safety: Sept. 5, 2009 – a team safety at UTEP after punter botched snap in end zone. A UB Player recorded two or more interceptions Nov. 23, 2012 – Najja Johnson (2) at Bowling Green A UB player forced two or more fumbles in a game Nov. 17, 2012 – Khalil Mack at UMass (2 FF) A UB player recovered two or more fumbles in a game Oct. 24, 2009 - Scott Pettigrew at Western Michigan (2 FR) A UB player recorded 15 or more tackles Nov. 17, 2012 – Khalil Mack at UMass (15 tackles) A UB player recorded 20 or more tackles Oct. 18, 2008 – Davonte Shannon vs. Army (20 tackles) A UB player recorded two or more sacks in a game Nov. 17, 2012 - Steven Means at UMass (3.0 sacks) A UB player blocked a field goal Nov. 23, 2012 – Steven Means at Bowling Green A UB player blocked an extra point Oct. 27, 2012 – Steven Means vs. Toledo (twice) A UB player blocked a punt Nov. 23, 2012 - Adam Redden at Bowling Green Last blocked punt returned for a touchdown Nov. 17, 2012 – Kyndal Minniefield at UMass (blocked by Adam Redden)

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football MEMORABLE PERFORMANCES IN DIVISION I-A (SINCE 1999) 100-Yard Rushers Yds Player Year Opponent Carries 238____ Branden Oliver_____ 2012______ Morgan State______________25 235____ Branden Oliver_____ 2011______ Akron_____________________29 231____ James Starks________ 2007______ Toledo_____________________34 199____ Branden Oliver_____ 2012______ Miami (OH)________________32 185____ James Starks________ 2008______ Ohio______________________30 183____ James Starks________ 2007______ Ohio______________________34 181____ James Starks________ 2008______ UTEP______________________31 179____ Branden Oliver_____ 2011______ Ohio______________________34 177____ James Starks________ 2008______ Miami_____________________26 173____ Marquis Dwarte_____ 2000______ Akron_____________________25 173____ Albert Grundy_______ 2000______ Northern Illinois_____________18 172____ Ike Nduka__________ 2009______ Western Michigan___________18 172____ Ike Nduka__________ 2009______ Central Michigan____________22 172____ Jeffvon Gill__________ 2009______ Bowling Green______________23 162____ James Starks________ 2006______ Kent State__________________24 160____ Devin Campbell_____ 2012______ Ohio______________________30 156____ Marquis Dwarte_____ 2000______ Miami_____________________26 153____ Aaron Leeper________ 2002______ Rutgers____________________34 151____ James Starks________ 2008______ Akron_____________________37 150____ Marquis Dwarte_____ 2001______ Connecticut________________25 148____ James Starks________ 2007______ Miami (OH)_________________19 145____ Aaron Leeper________ 2002______ Marshall___________________21 137____ James Starks________ 2007______ Bowling Green______________21 137____ Derrick Gordon______ 2001______ Marshall___________________30 136____ James Starks________ 2008______ Kent State__________________24 133____ Branden Oliver_____ 2011______ Eastern Michigan___________18 131____ Ike Nduka__________ 2009______ Gardner-Webb______________24 127____ Branden Oliver_____ 2011______ Bowling Green_____________34 126____ Josh Roth___________ 1999______ Hofstra____________________18 126____ Brandon Thermilus___ 2009______ Miami, OH__________________11 126____ Branden Oliver_____ 2011______ Stony Brook_______________15 125____ James Starks________ 2008______ Western Michigan___________28 125____ Mario Henry________ 2007______ Temple____________________17 125____ Dave Dawson_______ 2003______ Rutgers____________________14 124____ Derrick Gordon______ 1999______ C.Michigan_________________19 123____ Brandon Thermilus___ 2009______ Kent State__________________29 122____ Chris McDuffie_______ 2004______ Nevada____________________14 120____ Steven King_________ 2004______ Akron_____________________12 119____ Aaron Leeper________ 2002______ Central Florida______________27 118____ Branden Oliver_____ 2011______ Ball State__________________27 114____ Branden Oliver_____ 2011______ Pittsburgh_________________35 114____ Josh Roth___________ 1999______ Virginia____________________20 113____ James Starks________ 2006______ Miami (OH)_________________19 112____ Branden Oliver_____ 2011______ Northern Illinois____________28 111____ Branden Oliver_____ 2012______ Georgia___________________30 110____ Steven King_________ 2004______ UCF_______________________15 110____ Alex Zordich________ 2012______ Ohio______________________19 109____ Dave Dawson_______ 2003______ Miami (OH)_________________13 107____ Devin Campbell_____ 2012______ Western Michigan__________22 106____ Albert Grundy_______ 2000 ______ Ball State___________________11 104____ Dave Dawson_______ 2003______ Ohio______________________18 104____ Devin Campbell_____ 2012______ Pittsburgh_________________19 103____ Dave Dawson_______ 2002______ Marshall___________________14 102____ Brandon Thermilus___ 2008______ UTEP______________________16 102____ Dave Dawson_______ 2004______ Eastern Michigan____________10 101____ Dave Dawson_______ 2004______ Marshall____________________5 101____ Branden Oliver_____ 2012______ Toledo____________________24 300-Yard Passers Yds Player Year Opponent Comp.-Att. 406____ Chazz Anderson_____ 2011______ Northern Illinois__________ 35-53 400____ Zach Maynard_______ 2009______ Pittsburgh_______________ 24-35 350____ Randall Secky_______ 2002______ Ohio___________________ 29-43 348____ Drew Willy__________ 2008______ Temple_________________ 29-42 343____ Chazz Anderson_____ 2011______ Ohio___________________ 23-39 334____ Drew Willy__________ 2007______ Kent State_______________ 34-44 330____ Drew Willy__________ 2007______ Penn State______________ 28-39 323____ Joe Freedy__________ 2000______ Kent State_______________ 26-36 327____ Zach Maynard_______ 2009______ Western MIchigan________ 26-51 321____ Drew Willy__________ 2006______ Ball State________________ 27-40 302____ Jerry Davis__________ 2010______ Rhode Island____________ 21-35

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football MEMORABLE PERFORMANCES IN DIVISION I (SINCE 1999) 100-Yard Receivers Yds Player Year Opponent Catches 202_____Andre Forde__________ 2002______ Ohio___________________ 12 165_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2009______ Ohio____________________ 8 158_____Andre Forde__________ 2000______ Kent State_______________ 10 157_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2009______ Pittsburgh_______________ 6 155_____Marcus Rivers_________ 2010______ Rhode Island____________ 10 154_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2008______ UTEP____________________ 4 154_____Alex Neutz___________ 2012_____ Morgan State____________ 8 150_____Drew Haddad_________ 1999______ Kent State________________ 8 149_____Brett Hamlin__________ 2009______ Pittsburgh______________ 12 148_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2007______ Bowling Green____________ 6 148_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2008______ Miami (OH)_______________ 8 146_____Brett Hamlin__________ 2009______ Western MIchigan________ 10 141_____Drew Haddad_________ 1999______ Hofstra_________________ 10 140_____Drew Haddad_________ 1999______ Ohio____________________ 8 140_____Alex Neutz___________ 2012_____ Western Michigan________ 9 135_____Alex Neutz___________ 2011_____ Northern Illinois_________ 9 135_____Alex Neutz___________ 2012_____ Toledo__________________ 6 135_____Ed Young_____________ 2011______ Ohio____________________ 5 134_____Ernest Jackson________ 2008______ Army____________________ 9 132_____Brett Hamlin__________ 2009______ Gardner-Webb____________ 6 132_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2008______ Temple__________________ 8 126_____Andre Forde__________ 2002______ Akron___________________ 9 124_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2008______ Kent State________________ 8 123_____Terrance Breaux_______ 2004______ UCF_____________________ 2 122_____Zeke McKine__________ 2000______ Connecticut_____________ 10 121_____Dahnel Singfield_______ 2000______ Syracuse_________________ 6 120_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2009______ Temple__________________ 9 118_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2008______ Bowling Green___________ 10 118_____Ernest Jackson________ 2007______ Kent State________________ 9 116_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2008______ Ball State_______________ 10 116_____Chad Upshaw_________ 2005______ Ohio____________________ 8 114_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2007______ Penn State_______________ 7 114_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2009______ Central Michigan__________ 6 114_____Marcus Rivers_________ 2011______ Northern Illinois__________ 10 112_____Alex Neutz___________ 2010_____ Eastern MIchigan_________ 7 111_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2008______ Akron___________________ 9 110_____Alex Neutz___________ 2011_____ Miami__________________ 4 108_____Alex Neutz___________ 2011_____ Pittsburgh______________ 10 107_____Ernest Jackson________ 2007______ Toledo__________________ 4 106_____Drew Haddad_________ 1999______ Connecticut______________ 9 105_____Matt Knueven_________ 2001______ Ohio____________________ 7 105_____Devon Hughes________ 2012______ Northern Illinois___________ 9 104_____Terrance Breaux_______ 2006______ Northern Illinois___________ 8 102_____Drew Haddad_________ 1999______ Central Michigan__________ 7 102_____Marcus Rivers_________ 2010______ UCF_____________________ 7 101_____Maurice Bradford______ 2001______ Eastern Michigan__________ 4 101_____Matt Knueven_________ 2003______ Toledo__________________ 8 100_____Drew Haddad_________ 1999______ Northern Illinois___________ 8 100_____Brett Hamlin__________ 2007______ Miami (OH)_______________ 9 100_____Naaman Roosevelt_____ 2009______ Akron__________________ 12

Chad Upshaw holds the school record for receiving yards in a game by a tight end (116)

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football YEAR-BY-YEAR RUSHING LEADERS Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Raymond Weser Donald Holland Donald Holland William Crowley Elmer Jahn Paul Snyder James Viterna Richard Doll Willie Evans Willie Evans Willie Evans George Maue John Valentic Jim Burd Jim Ryan Don Gilbert Leeland Jones Jim Barksdale Pat Patterson Ken Rutkowski Joe Zelmanski John Faller Mark Gabryel Mark Gabryel Mark Maier Mark Maier Pat Whitehead Pat Whitehead Marvin Hunley Dane Hightower Dane Hightower O.D. Underwood O.D. Underwood Dave Rath Ray Hobson John Hartman Alan Bell Alan Bell Sunnil Motley Anthony Swan Anthony Swan Anthony Swan Anthony Swan Josh Roth Josh Roth Marquis Dwarte Marquis Dwarte Aaron Leeper Dave Dawson Steven King Steven King James Starks James Starks James Starks Ike Nduka Branden Oliver Branden Oliver Branden Oliver

Yards 597 274 423 215 363 368 364 307 409 530 620 285 252 246 313 468 531 612 666 729 540 500 195 438 263 543 553 615 497 467 365 1,189 873 682 739 662 1,017 859 670 363 968 1,117 655 806 519 611 546 917 678 476 532 704 1,103 1,333 598 298 1,395 821

Att. 84 61 92 75 72 53 59 61 83 70 92 88 59 63 59 135 115 118 144 177 128 133 75 132 93 164 129 120 95 104 68 229 209 153 176 110 225 205 167 106 236 244 226 159 124 129 141 235 128 94 136 175 251 272 96 102 306 148

Avg 7.1 4.5 4.6 2.9 5.0 6.9 6.2 5.0 4.9 7.6 7.3 3.2 4.3 3.9 5.4 3.5 4.6 5.1 4.7 4.1 4.2 3.8 2.6 3.3 2.8 3.3 4.3 5.2 5.2 4.5 5.4 5.2 4.2 4.4 4.3 6.1 4.5 4.2 4.0 3.4 4.1 4.6 2.9 5.1 4.2 4.7 3.9 3.9 5.3 4.7 3.9 4.0 4.4 4.9 6.2 2.9 4.6 5.5

TDs 6 6 5 0 0 3 0 3 0 3 6 4 2 2 1 7 1 2 7 5 3 5 2 6 2 5 4 12 7 2 5 15 8 5 7 2 7 11 6 1 10 9 9 8 3 1 6 10 1 7 3 6 12 16 6 0 13 5

Ken Rutkowski rushed for 729 yards during the ’68 season

Alan Bell is third all-time in rushing with 3,022 yards

Marquis Dwarte led UB in both 2000 and 2001

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Jim Rodriguez (’78-80) led the team in passing for three seasons.

Mark Taylor threw 11 TD passes and led the Bulls to an 8-1 record as a starter in 1996.

Joe Freedy led UB in passing from 1999-2001, starting 33 straight games in the process.

Year Name 1949 Tracy LaTona 1950 Tracy LaTona 1951 Donald Holland 1952 Ordean Shannabrook 1953 Ray Kennedy 1954 Charles Daniels 1955 Joseph Kubisty 1956 Joseph Kubisty 1957 James Allegretto 1958 Gordon Bukaty 1959 Gordon Bukaty 1960 Gordon Bukaty 1961 John Stofa 1962 John Stofa 1963 John Stofa 1964 Don Gilbert 1965 Rick Wells 1966 Mick Murtha 1967 Mike Murtha 1968 Denny Mason 1969 Mick Murtha 1970 Kirk Barton 1977 Paul DiMiero 1978 Jim Rodriguez 1979 Jim Rodriguez 1980 Jim Rodriguez 1981 Marty Barrett 1982 Marty Barrett 1983 Marty Barrett 1984 Ken Hyer 1985 John Gentilella 1986 Ken Crosta 1987 John Mings 1988 Frank Reilly 1989 Frank Reilly 1990 Frank Reilly 1991 Cliff Scott 1992 Cliff Scott 1993 Cliff Scott 1994 Cliff Scott 1995 Mark Taylor 1996 Mark Taylor 1997 Chad Salisbury 1998 Chad Salisbury 1999 Joe Freedy 2000 Joe Freedy 2001 Joe Freedy 2002 Randall Secky 2003 P.J. Piskorik 2004 P.J. Piskorik 2005 Drew Willy 2006 Drew Willy 2007 Drew Willy 2008 Drew Willy 2009 Zach Maynard 2010 Jerry Davis 2011 Chazz Anderson 2012 Alex Zordich

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Yards Comp Att Pct TDs Int 427 25 54 46.2 4 2 550 43 77 55.8 7 2 669 64 131 48.9 2 6 605 50 142 35.2 2 9 281 19 65 29.2 2 12 325 27 70 38.6 2 9 628 48 106 45.3 4 9 448 30 54 55.6 8 4 346 20 71 28.2 2 7 675 42 87 48.3 9 6 529 33 54 61.1 8 3 746 41 99 41.4 8 9 807 64 127 50.4 6 5 793 50 121 41.3 5 12 533 34 84 40.5 3 10 869 60 123 48.8 8 15 349 23 63 36.5 4 8 1,141 84 210 40.0 7 16 927 72 171 42.1 4 15 1,124 89 158 56.3 5 12 817 66 139 47.5 5 7 1,121 106 264 40.2 1 17 355 26 78 33.3 1 5 1,426 106 205 51.7 9 16 1,098 87 199 43.7 6 13 877 57 132 43.2 5 16 2,155 131 267 49.1 13 18 1,759 133 236 56.4 10 12 2,504 207 366 56.6 18 18 1,950 166 315 52.7 11 17 1,123 96 196 49.0 10 14 1,654 126 211 59.7 9 11 855 75 142 52.8 3 5 721 57 134 42.5 3 9 1,675 125 282 44.3 10 17 1,850 143 281 50.8 14 19 1,478 101 213 47.4 6 13 2,088 140 287 48.8 18 11 2,263 166 320 51.9 9 16 1,749 138 281 49.1 10 18 1,218 115 276 41.7 3 19 1,768 121 235 51.5 11 7 2,889 218 384 56.8 16 17 2,058 154 287 53.7 15 13 1,775 151 299 50.5 8 11 2,060 184 338 54.4 14 18 2,077 187 371 50.4 10 15 2,015 204 421 48.5 12 13 824 85 162 52.5 6 3 616 61 133 45.9 2 8 1,481 149 246 60.6 6 12 1,391 138 231 59.7 6 6 2,572 258 377 68.4 15 6 3,304 304 468 65.0 25 6 2,694 218 379 57.5 18 15 1,753 142 298 47.7 16 16 2,454 230 406 56.7 11 9 1,254 106 208 51.0 9 7

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football YEAR-BY-YEAR RECEIVING LEADERS Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Carl Markey Edmond Gicewicz Edmond Gicewicz Joseph Papsidero Elmer Jahn Records not available William Crowley Daniel Stanley Richard Doll Nick Bottini Nick Bottini Robert Adams Bill Selent Robert Baker Tom Butler Jim Ryan Gerry Pawloski Dick Ashley Dick Ashley Chuck Drankowski Dick Ashley Paul Lang Joe Moresco Frank Price Gary Quatrani Frank Price Frank Price Kevin Pratt Pat Whitehead Chris D’Amico Chris D’Amico Dan Withers Dan Withers O.D. Underwood Joe Cassata Bryant Lee Taylor Chaz Ahmed Rusty Knapp Doc Smith Chris Behan Anthony Scott Rick Sitarek Jamie Gasparre Drew Haddad Drew Haddad Drew Haddad Andre Forde Chad Bartoszek Andre Forde Matt Knueven Matt Knueven Brett Hamlin Chad Upshaw Naaman Roosevelt Naaman Roosevelt Naaman Roosevelt Marcus Rivers Marcus Rivers Alex Neutz

Rec. Yards 17 288 18 292 19 276 17 176 17 161

Avg. TDs 16.9 5 16.2 5 14.5 3 10.4 0 9.5 3

11 16 11 13 18 11 21 23 8 11 13 17 30 37 36 25 25 8 48 36 46 36 55 56 48 30 34 27 36 35 59 36 47 47 33 28 48 67 67 85 36 42 54 47 29 38 35 63 104 70 50 60 65

18.6 11.0 13.2 14.8 17.4 17.6 11.5 10.1 21.6 11.5 13.6 20.5 13.7 11.9 11.9 16.2 11.9 11.9 15.4 16.3 13.7 16.7 11.1 16.6 15.6 14.4 17.3 6.3 13.7 13.6 15.7 16.8 21.2 9.7 15.4 9.6 16.3 15.8 13.6 13.6 16.4 10.5 13.9 13.2 14.3 9.8 12.0 12.2 13.5 13.6 13.8 10.3 15.6

205 176 145 193 313 194 241 233 173 126 177 349 411 439 428 405 297 95 738 585 630 600 608 929 747 433 587 170 492 477 927 603 996 454 508 270 783 1,058 911 1,158 590 441 748 622 415 371 419 766 1,402 954 690 615 1,015

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Frank Price led the team in receiving three seasons (1977, ’79 and ’80).

Chris Behan led the team in receptions in 1993 with 47 grabs as a tight end.

Matt Knueven led the team in receptions in 2003 and 2004.

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football Y E A R - B Y - Y E A R SCORING LEADERS

Willie Evans had eight touchdowns in 1959.

Leeland Jones scored a school-record 96 points and led the nation in scoring during the 1966 season.

O.D. Underwood scored 25 touchdowns over the 1986 and 1987 seasons.

Year Name TDs PATs 2pt FGs Pts 1949 Edmond Gicewicz 6 0-0 0 0-0 36 Raymond Weser 6 0-0 0 0-0 36 1950 Donald Holland 6 0-0 0 0-0 36 1951 Donald Holland 5 0-0 0 0-0 30 1952 Elmer Jahn 3 0-0 0 0-0 18 1953 Records not available 1954 Paul Snyder 3 0-0 0 0-0 18 1955 Richard Doll 9 0-0 0 0-0 54 1956 Kenneth Born 6 0-0 0 0-0 36 1957 James Allegretto 3 1-1 0 0-0 19 1958 Gordon Bukaty 5 4 3 0-0 40 1959 Willie Evans 8 0-0 3 0-0 54 1960 George Maue 6 0-0 3 0-0 42 1961 John Valentic 3 0-0 0 0-0 18 1962 John Stofa 6 0-0 2 0-0 40 1963 Tom Butler 4 0-0 1 0-0 26 1964 Don Gilbert 7 0-0 2 0-0 46 1965 Dick Ashley 7 0-0 0 0-0 42 1966 Leeland Jones 16 0-0 0 0-0 96 1967 Leeland Jones 12 0-0 0 0-0 72 1968 Joe Zelmanski 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 1969 John Faller 5 0-0 0 0-0 30 1970 John Faller 5 0-0 0 0-0 30 1977 Mark Gabryel 2 0-0 0 0-0 12 1978 Mark Gabryel 7 0-0 1 0-0 44 1979 Steve Pawluk 0 5-6 0 9-11 32 1980 Mark Maier 5 0-0 1 0-0 32 1981 Joe D’Amico 8 0-0 0 0-0 48 1982 Pat Whitehead 15 0-0 1 0-0 92 1983 Chris DAmico 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 1984 Chris D’Amico 4 0-0 0 0-0 24 Dane Hightower 4 0-0 0 0-0 24 Mike Stepien 4 0-0 0 0-0 24 1985 Dane Hightower 9 0-0 0 0-0 54 1986 O.D. Underwood 15 0-0 0 0-0 90 1987 O.D. Underwood 10 0-0 1 0-0 62 1988 Tom McLaughlin 0 10-11 0 10-12 40 1989 Ray Hobson 7 0-0 0 0-0 42 1990 Alan Bell 10 0-0 2 0-0 64 1991 Ray Hobson 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 1992 Alan Bell 11 0-0 0 0-0 66 1993 Cliff Scott 7 0-0 1 0-0 44 1994 Mark Mozrall 0 12-19 0 8-12 36 1995 Gerald Carlson 0 17-19 0 17-22 68 1996 Gerald Carlson 0 28-33 0 11-27 61 1997 Anthony Swan 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 1998 Kali Watkins 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 1999 Drew Haddad 6 0-0 0 0-0 36 2000 Scott Keller 0 19-22 0 6-13 37 2001 Dallas Pelz 0 19-21 0 12-18 55 2002 Aaron Leeper 10 0-0 0 0-0 60 2003 Dallas Pelz 0 15-16 0 14-17 57 2004 Steven King 7 0-0 0 0-0 42 2005 Chad Upshaw 3 0-0 0 0-0 18 Steven King 3 0-0 0 0-0 18 Michael Baker 0 12-13 0 2-8 18 2006 Steven King 6 0-0 0 0-0 36 James Starks 6 0-0 0 0-0 36 2007 James Starks 14 0-0 0 0-0 84 2008 James Starks 17 0-0 0 0-0 102 2009 A.J. Principe 0 33-36 0 10-13 63 2010 A.J. Principe 0 20-21 0 7-11 41 2011 Branden Oliver 13 0-0 0 0-0 78 2012 Alex Neutz 11 0-0 0 0-0 66

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football YEAR-BY-YEAR INTERCEPTION LEADERS Year Name 1949 Raymond Wodarczak Alfred Zwolinski 1950 Casimer Kania 1951-57 Records not available 1958 Gordon Bukaty James Allegretto 1959 Gordon Bukaty 1960 John Valentic 1961 Richard Dickman Tom Butler 1962 John Cimba 1963 Dick Condino 1964 Dan Stella 1965 Dan Stella 1966 Tom Hurd 1967 Tom Hurd 1968 Nick Kish 1969 Tom Elliott 1970 Bruce Fraser Tom Osika 1977 Dan Vecchies 1978 Mark DiFrancesco 1979 Sean Kowal Frank Berrafato 1980 Greg Kozar 1981 Gerry Quinlivan 1982 John Bernard 1983 John Bernard 1984 Andy Hurley 1985 Steve Nappo 1986 Steve Nappo 1987 Steve Magera 1988 Jon Williams 1989 Dave Anastasi 1990 Dave Short 1991 Mark Anderson Bill Stonecypher P.J. Riga 1992 Robert Harris 1993 Kareem Stroman 1994 Terry Morgan 1995 Terrence Fisher Craig Guest Bill Tipton 1996 Bill Tipton 1997 Ted McDuffie Eric Pipkins Steve Blake 1998 Jeff Lawrence 1999 Craig Rohlfs 2000 Duane Williams Mark Graham 2001 Craig Rohlfs 2002 Mark Graham 2003 Gemara Williams 2004 James Evans 2005 Kareem Byrom 2006 Mike Newton 2007 Mike Newton 2008 Domonic Cook 2009 Mike Newton Davonte Shannon 2010 Domonic Cook 2011 Cortney Lester 2012 Najja Johnson

No. 4 4 3 3 3 6 3 2 2 4 4 3 4 6 4 3 3 2 2 2 3* 3 3 4 3 5 12* 7 5 13 3 8 3 6* 3* 3 3 5 5 3* 2* 2 2 4• 2 2 2 3 5 3 3 4* 6 2 4 3 5 4* 3 2 2 6 2 5

Yards 30 23 34 26 14 41 33 17 14 51 24 7 32 167 3 41 61 17 0 2 41 25 -1 36 10 72 143 110 60 155 5 153 2 125 79 14 0 20 28 99 111 9 0 160 37 73 3 0 109 73 -2 101 72 47 41 13 108 112 39 30 50 33 11 0

Bill Tipton returned two interceptions for scores during the 1996 season.

Craig Rohlfs led the way in both 1999 and 2001.

John Bernard had 17 interceptions between 1982-83.

*Returned one interception for touchdown •Returned two interceptions for touchdowns

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Mike Laipple led the Bulls in tackles for three straight seasons (1984-86).

Craig Guest led the Bulls in tackles in 1995 and 1996.

Year Name 1970 Larry Madden 1977 Dan Vecchies 1978 Shane Currey 1979 Shane Currey 1980 Cosmo Nestola 1981 Shane Currey 1982 Cosmo Nestola 1983 Gerry Quinlivan 1984 Mike Laipple 1985 Mike Laipple 1986 Mike Laipple 1987 Steve Wojciechowski 1988 Dave Ruszala 1989 Dale Worrall 1990 Dale Worrall 1991 Darryl O’Shei Bill Stonecypher 1992 Bill Stonecypher 1993 Pete Conley 1994 Pete Conley 1995 Craig Guest 1996 Craig Guest 1997 Ted McDuffie 1998 Antonio Perry 1999 Chris Shelly 2000 Chris Gray 2001 Bobby Johnson 2002 Mark Graham 2003 Mark Graham 2004 J.J. Gibson 2005 Kareem Byrom 2006 Jeff Bublavi 2007 Davonte Shannon 2008 Justin Winters 2009 Davonte Shannon 2010 Davonte Shannon 2011 Fred Branch 2012 Khalil Mack

Solo 59 19 40 49 41 46 45 40 19 46 52 61 36 28 51 45 42 43 49 47 77 80 57 40 36 63 45 65 57 63 48 59 73 58 50 65 47 52

Assists Total 41 100 18 37 64 104 61 110 45 86 40 86 64 109 39 79 74 93 81 127 73 125 81 142 58 94 81 109 63 114 43 88 46 88 22 65 35 84 61 108 84 161 56 136 41 98 47 87 53 89 36 99 67 112 24 89 27 84 50 113 37 85 51 110 50 123 67 125 47 97 55 120 35 82 42 94

Davonte Shannon averaged 115 tackles per season

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football YEAR-BY-YEAR SACKS LEADERS Year Name 1982 John White 1983 Steve Armstrong 1984 Jim Stopa/Kim Frink 1985 Dave May 1986 Dan Leo 1987 Tim Teicher 1988 Dan Zugelder 1989 Tony Jones 1990 Rich Dadabo 1991 Trevor Nickerson 1992 Rich Dadabo 1993 Vince Canosa 1994 Vince Canosa 1995 Jason Kuehn 1996 Keith Hansen/Anthony Scott 1997 Dan Poulsen 1998 Dan Poulsen 1999 Jamie Guerra 2000 Duane Williams 2001 Chris Shelly 2002 Rob Schroeder 2003 Mark Graham/J.J. Gibson 2004 Aaron Sanders 2005 Aaron Sanders 2006 Trevor Scott 2007 Trevor Scott 2008 Mike Thompson/Andrae Smith 2009 Steven Means 2010 Steven Means/Khalil Mack 2011 Khalil Mack 2012 Khalil Mack

YEAR-BY-YEAR PASSES DEFENDED LEADERS

Sacks 8.5 5.0 4.0 5.0 11.0 10.5 4.5 7.5 9.0 7.0 9.0 12.5 7.0 6.0 9.0 7.0 5.5 3.0 9.0 3.5 4.5 3.0 6.5 6.5 9.0 10.0 3.0 5.0 4.5 5.5 8.0

Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Vince Canosa set a school record with 12.5 sacks in 1993.

Name Jon Williams Jon Williams Tony Jones Dave Short P.J. Riga Mark Anderson Robert Harris Robert Harris Terrence Fisher Terrence Fisher Mike Chichester Ted McDuffie Carlos Spencer Jeff Lawrence Craig Rohlfs Duane Williams Mark Graham Mike Lambert Mike Lambert Gemara Williams Gemara Williams Gemara Williams Mike Newton Kendric Hawkins Davonte Shannon Domonic Cook Domonic Cook Domonic Cook Najja Johnson Najja Johnson

INT PBU Total 1 9 10 8 2 10 0 10 10 6 10 16 3 5 8 3 5 8 5 6 11 2 12 14 1 10 11 2 9 11 2 13 15 2 8 10 1 7 8 3 5 8 5 0 5 3 6 9 2 10 12 3 9 12 2 12 14 2 7 9 0 10 10 1 13 14 5 2 7 2 5 7 3 5 8 3 7 10 1 10 11 6 6 12 1 15 16 5 6 11

Domonic Cook led the Bulls in passes defended in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football The year was 1894. Fourteen University at Buffalo medical students got together, bought uniforms and practiced after classes, splitting time at Brown’s Riding Academy on East North Street and John’s Riding Academy on East Utica. After honing their skills carefully, avoiding remnants of horses that grazed their practice pastures, they put on their blue jerseys, tight pants, and leather boots and stepped onto a baseball field on East Ferry Street to face Hobart College. As they kicked off to the visitors, no one among those first UB football players could have foreseen the journey they were embarking upon. They were not merely kicking a football, they were kicking off UB’s quest for intercollegiate competition. UB’s football program began modestly when the University, then a private institution consisting of schools of dentistry, law, medicine and pharmacy, formed an athletic association. The athletic association in turn started the first football program. That first team was led by captain A. B. Stein who was joined by founding members J.B. Crofts, Irving Johnson, William Potter, Gray McCuthcheon, St. John Green and “Dinky” Johnson. During the first three years of its existence, the football team played squads from the University of Rochester and Hobart College and experienced little success, compiling a record of 0-2-4. Most importantly however, the team gained recognition from UB during this period when the University granted the team usage of an on-campus field for its home games. UB football savored its first taste of success in 1897 when the team compiled a 7-0 record under manager E.J. Meyer and coach C.W. Dibble. Crowds began to flock to UB’s home games, and in response the university moved many of the team’s more popular contests to Civic Stadium in 1900. The UB football bandwagon really gained momentum when the team played in an exhibition match at the 1901 Pan-American Exposition. UB played in front of a Chinese representative who “...did not understand much about the game, was delighted to see the sport.” This high point was short-lived however, as UB was dealt a crushing 128-0 defeat by national powerhouse University of Michigan in what remains the worst defeat ever suffered by a UB squad. That loss seemingly was symbolic of the hard times to come as poor support and organization for the following two seasons forced UB’s athletic association to cease football operations after the 1903 season. Frank M. Pleasant awoke the hibernating UB football program in 1915 when he revitalized the program as the team’s first full-time, professional head coach. UB adopted the Bison as its mascot that year and proceeded to a 3-3 record. Art Powell took over the reins of the program in 1916, helping UB to improve with each season. UB football hit a peak in 1918 when the squad compiled a 3-1 record. The Bisons also enjoyed their most lopsided victory to date during the ’18 campaign, an 81-0 defeat of Hobart. The 1923 season brought many changes to UB’s football program. James Batterson took over as head coach and the Bisons played their first game at Rotary Field, dedicated by the Rotary Club of Buffalo. Dr. James Ailinger, a

standout basketball player for UB and a member of the 1922 football team, recalled UB’s humble facilities on opening day at Rotary Field. “The first season we played here we had to dress up in Hayes Hall and run to the field,” said Ailinger. “In between there was a farm, so we had to run through potato and vegetable fields to reach the stadium. Only the end zone was marked. There were stones everywhere and the end zone on the side near the present medical school was six feet higher than the other side. Winning the toss was important because we could choose to play uphill or downhill.” UB struggled the first season in its new home, compiling a 1-5 record. The six seasons that followed under head coaches James Bond (1923) and Russell Carrick (1924-28) were rather bleak as well. The Bisons did not have a winningseason over that period, tallying a record of 7-36-3. By 1929 it was quite evident that UB’s football program desperately needed resuscitation once again. The man to jump start UB was head coach Jay “Biffy” Lee, former roommate at Notre Dame of legendary coach Knute Rockne. Some of Rockne’s majestical motivation must have rubbed off as Lee led UB to a 5-2 record in what would be the Bisons only winning campaign in 16 seasons. Lee upgraded UB’s schedule during the following two seasons and the Bisons’ record suffered once again as they fell to squads from Fordham, Carnegie Tech, Dartmouth and the Notre Dame B team. I n 1931, the team changed its mascot to the Bull in order to distinguish UB from the professional teams in the Queen City. Jim Peelle was hired as the 12th head coach in Bulls’ history in 1936 with the burden of ending six consecutive losing campaigns. Peelle rejuvenated the program by notching five victories against three losses in his inaugural season. That success was short-lived however, as UB failed to post another winning season until 1942 when Peelle’s squad went 6-2 once again with impressive victories over Hobart, St. Lawrence and Johns Hopkins. UB heeded the call of its nation after the 1942 season by suspending all intercollegiate athletics due to the country’s involvement in World War II. The Bulls returned to the field in 1946 and staged their second consecutive winning season for the first time since 1899. Civic Stadium became the home site for all UB home games in 1946, a relationship which lasted until 1954. Frank Clair was hand-picked by Peelle to be his replacement in 1948. Clair extended UB’s consecutive winning seasons mark to five during his two-year stint. The highlight of Clair’s tenure was a 48-13 victory over the heavily-favored Louisville Cardinals. The Canadian Football League lured Clair away in 1950 and UB Athletic Director Jim Peelle brought back a familiar face to lead the Bulls, former head coach James Wilson. Despite severe cutbacks in the football program’s budget and mediocre seasons, the Bulls drew 26,126 fans to Civic Stadium, setting a single-game attendance record, in a 47-13 loss to Colgate. In 1955, Clifford C. Furnas was named Chancellor of the University and instituted a five-year plan aimed at upgrading UB’s athletic programs. Richard

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football “Dick” Offenhamer was tabbed to lead the Bulls back to respectability and did so by posting a 4-4-1 record in his initial season. Fran Woidzik, a standout on the 1955 squad, went on to become the first Bull to be taken in the National Football League draft. Offenhamer’s first season was a prelude of good things to come for the Bulls, as he would end his career with UB’s best career winning percentage. The year 1958 will forever be remembered as one of the greatest seasons in UB football history. On the strength of an 8-1 record that included victories over Harvard and Columbia, UB claimed the prestigious Lambert Cup, emblematic of Eastern small college supremacy. Team captains Nick Bottini and Lou Reale accepted the award on the Ed Sullivan Show on December 14 of that year before a national audience. The Bulls also earned an invitation to the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Florida but declined the offer to protest the discriminatory policies of the bowl’s stadium, which refused to allow black athletes to compete on its field. After posting an 8-1 record and finishing second in the Lambert Cup competition to Delaware in 1959, UB moved up to University Division status in 1960. UB football made great strides in the early 1960s with stars like quarterback John “Long John” Stofa and defensive tackle Gerry Philbin. Stofa rewrote UB’s passing records during his career while Philbin was named to the All-East team and played in the North-South and Coaches All-American post-season games. Both Stofa and Philbin would go on to play in the NFL following their UB careers. UB reached another pinnacle in 1962, being recognized as “major” by the NCAA. UB also received attention in 1964 when its contest at Boston University was televised to a national audience. Doc Urich handled UB’s coaching duties for the 1966-68 seasons after Offenhamer stepped down. Urich guided UB to its finest season at the “major” level with a 7-3 record, losing only to Iowa State, Boston College and Villanova. Bob Deming took over as head coach for the 1969 and ’70 seasons and led the Bulls to wins over Boston College and Villanova in 1969. In 1970, ABCTV regionally televised a 16-0 UB victory over Holy Cross at Rotary Field in the only game in UB history to be broadcast from Buffalo by a major network. The black day in UB football history came in January of 1971 when due to expenses and the political climate on campus, football was dropped as a varsity sport. In the fall of 1977, with the support of students, alumni and administration, UB restarted its football program with head coach Bill Dando at the reins. UB played four games in that first season, playing RIT to a 7-7 tie in its very first game back, the last tie in UB school history. The Bulls built back to respectability quickly and did not have a losing season from 1980-1984, posting a 30-21 record. In 1985, UB moved to the greener pastures of the Amherst Campus and the 4,000-seat UB Stadium. The Bulls defeated Villanova, 29-27, in Philadelphia in 1986 and once again talk of a possible upgrade of UB’s program was alive. New University President Steven Sample appealed to the Intercollegiate Athletics Board (IAB) in 1985 to upgrade UB to Division I-AA status. The IAB granted that request and after approval by the SUNY system in February of 1986, the “Run to Division I” had begun. Former UB great Sam Sanders was hired in 1990 to replace Bill Dando and lead the Bulls from Division III and into the spotlight of Division I. After two rebuilding years under Sanders, the program took a hard hit when the head coach was forced to step down for medical reasons. Jim Ward, UB’s offensive coordinator under Sanders, became the 20th head coach of the University at Buffalo’s football program in 1992. Under the direction of Athletic Director Nelson E. Townsend with the strong support of University President William R. Greiner, UB completed its “Run to Division I” on September 4, 1993, playing its first game at the Division I level in more than 20 years against the University of Maine. UB unveiled its $22 million, 16,500-seat UB Stadium on the Amherst Campus, site of the 1993

World University Games. In front of 14,179 fans, the Bulls put on quite a show, taking the lead with 51 seconds remaining in the contest. Maine spoiled UB’s return, however, scoring a last-second touchdown to earn a 31-27 win. In January of 1995, the Bulls came full circle when they hired UB alum Craig Cirbus (’80), who had spent the previous 11 years as an assistant under legendary coach Joe Paterno at Penn State. A few months later, the Bulls wowed Western New York when they announced that they would be heading to Division I-A and the Mid-American Conference in 1999. The 1996 season will go down as one of the finest in school history. The Bulls finished 8-3 on the season, earning the first Top 25 ranking in school history and earning Cirbus I-AA Independent National Coach of theYear honors. In addition, three Bulls (Ed Ellis, Craig Guest and Gerald Carlson) signed NFL contracts with Ellis being picked in the 4th round by the New England Patriots. In 1999, UB rejoined the ranks of major college football with its entrance into the Mid-American Conference. The Bulls were back in the big-time for the first time in nearly 30 years. The Bulls earned their first Division I-A victory in 30 years on September 23, 2000 when they nipped Bowling Green, 20-17, at UB Stadium. Buffalo would go on to defeat Kent State and finish 2-4 in the MAC East in 2000. On November 30, 2000 Athletic Director Bob Arkeilpane announced the hiring of Jim Hofher as the 22nd head football coach in UB history. Hofher brought with him to Buffalo 22 years of Division I coaching experience, including stints as an assistant at Tennessee, Syracuse and North Carolina and eight years as head coach at Cornell University. On December 16, 2005 Athletic Director Warde Manuel announced that Turner Gill, who was part of three national championships as a coach at the University of Nebraska and a Heisman Trophy finalist as a player, agreed to a five-year contract to become the 23rd head football coach at the University at Buffalo. In his first season with the Bulls, UB scored 220 points, the most by a Buffalo team since moving to I-A.

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Buffalo had its most successful season since returning to the Division I-A ranks in 2007. The Bulls finished the year 5-7 overall and 5-3 in the Mid-American Conference for a share of the East Division regular season title. Turner Gill was named MAC Coach of the Year and a UB record eight players were named to the All-Conference Team. Junior quarterback Drew Willy completed a school-record 258 passes and had the highest pass efficiency rating in school history and sophomore running back James Starks became the Bulls’ first 1,000-yard rusher in the I-A era with 1,103 yards. On December 5, 2008 the Bulls defeated 12th-ranked and undefeated Ball State to win the MAC Championship for the first time in school history. The Bulls had an 8-6 record in 2008. The eight wins were the most in the Bulls’ Division I-A era and one shy of the school record for wins in a season. The 2008 season featured one of the most explosive offenses in school history. Gill, who handled the play calling, commanded an offense that scored a school-record 424 points. Quarterback Drew Willy threw for a school-record 3,304 yards and 25 touchdowns, running back James Starks ran for a school-record 1,333 yards and 16 touchdowns and wideout Naaman Roosevelt established school records of 104 receptions, 1,402 yards and 13 touchdowns. The Bulls played in their first ever bowl game when they faced off against Connecticut in the 2009 International Bowl. The Bulls finished 2009 season 5-7 and featured an offense that averaged 405 yards per game - the highest average in UB’s Division I-A era. Numerous Bulls wrapped up record-breaking careers. Although he missed the entire season with a shoulder injury, Starks finished his career as the school record holder for rushing (3,140 yards) and rushing touchdowns (34). He was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the sixth round of the NFL Draft. Naaman Roosevelt set the school record for receptions (268) and receiving yards (3,551) and signed with the Buffalo Bills. Jeff Quinn was hired as Buffalo’s 24th head coach on December 22, 2010.

Quinn has produced record-breaking offenses throughout his 27-year college coaching tenure and has won conference and national championships at his last three stops, including five conference crowns in the past eight seasons. He most recently spent three seasons as the offensive coordinator at Cincinnati. In 2010, Davonte Shannon broke the school record for career tackles with 461 enroute to being named to the All-MAC First Team for the fourth straight year. He became just the fourth player in the history of the Mid-American Conference to earn that distinction. Cornerback Josh Thomas was selected in the fifth round (143rd pick) of the NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys. in 2011, Branden Oliver rushed for a school-record 1,395 yards and added 13 touchdowns en route to earning first-team All-MAC honors. Chazz Anderson transfered from Cincinnati to play his final season at Buffalo. The UB signal caller threw for 2,454 yards and 11 touchdowns on the year. He set a single-game school record with 35 completions against Northern Illinois (10/22). Khalil Mack ranked third in the nation in tackles for loss with 20.5. The Bulls had a strong finish to the 2012 campaign by winning three of the final four games. Using a plethora of running backs, the Bulls rushed for 2,120 yards - the third highest total in school history. Khalil Mack was named All-MAC First Team for the second straight year in a season in which he set the school record for career tackles for loss (56) and forced fumbles (11).

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I N S I D E T H E N U M B E RS ... OVER 90 YEARS OF UB FOOTBALL MILESTONE GAMES 1st game_____________________1894 vs Hobart (Hobart 12, UB 6) 50th game______________ 1903 vs Allegheny (Allegheny 23, UB 0) 100th game ___________ 1921 vs Allegheny (Allegheny 26, UB 13) 200th game ____________________ 1935 vs Alfred (UB 7, Alfred 0) 300th game__________________1950 vs Rensselaer (UB 34, RPI 14) 400th game________________ 1961 vs Bucknell (Bucknell 12, UB 6) 500th game ______________1978 vs Cortland (Cortland 29, UB 25) 600th game____________________ 1988 vs Alfred (Alfred 27, UB 7) 700th game_____________ 1998 vs. Lafayette (UB 16, Lafayette 14) 800th game____________2007 vs. Kent State (UB 30, Kent State 23) 1st win_______________________________ 1897 vs. Hobart (28-0) First overtime win______ 11/3/2000 vs Kent State (UB 20, KSU 17) 50th win______________________________ 1923 vs Hamilton (7-6) 100th win______________________________1946 vs Alfred (20-12) 200th win____________________1966 vs Youngstown State (25-16) 300th win____________________________1996 vs. Edinboro (17-7)

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1894-99____________________________________ 18-3-4 1900-03___________________________________ 10-10-3 1915-19___________________________________ 13-18-3 1920-29___________________________________ 16-49-5 1930-39___________________________________ 23-49-4 1940-49___________________________________ 39-18-2 1950-59___________________________________ 43-39-2 1960-69___________________________________ 52-39-4 1970-79____________________________________ 9-23-1 1980-89___________________________________ 52-50-0 1990-99___________________________________ 30-77-0 2000-09___________________________________ 30-88-0 2010-present_______________________________ 9-27-0 Total_________________________________ 344-490-28

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UB founded as a medical school. Athletic Association founded, football play begins. UB falls to Hobart, 12-6, in first-ever game. UB finishes season 0-1-1. UB finishes with a 7-0 record, its only undefeated season to date. Program canceled due to lack of personnel, money and leadership. Program is reinstated. Frank M. Pleasant becomes UB’s first professional full-time coach. Rotary Field dedicated by The Rotary Club of Buffalo. Local pro teams adopt “Bisons” nickname. UB takes the “Bulls” moniker. Jim Peelle, former All-Big Ten quarterback, named head coach after the season. In his first season at the helm, Peelle goes 6-3. University’s Policy and Coordination Committee votes to suspend all intercollegiate athletics for the duration of World War II. Football returns. Team goes 7-2, playing all home games at Civic Stadium. Football earns regional respect, posting an 8-1 record and outscoring opponents 258-87. Peelle retires from football to concentrate on duties as Athletic Director; new coach Frank Clair leads Bulls to a 6-1-1 record. Squad goes 6-3, post-war record is 27-8-1. UB goes 4-4, drawing a record crowd of 26,126 in a 47-13 loss to Colgate at Civic Stadium. Dick Offenhamer named head coach. New UB Chancellor Dr. Clifford Furnas institutes five-year plan to upgrade athletics. Bulls return to Rotary Field for home games. Team goes 8-1, wins Lambert Cup for small eastern college supremacy, beating Harvard and Columbia. Bulls receive Tangerine Bowl bid, but Peelle declines because black players were not welcome. Offenhamer named National Coach of the Week after win over Columbia. Another standout 8-1 season; Bulls are second to Delaware in Lambert Cup voting. UB moves up to University Division status. Team goes 4-6. First annual East-West All-America football game played at War Memorial Stadium. Quarterback John Stofa, who would later play for the Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals, was the game’s Most Valuable Player. UB recognized as “Major” by the NCAA. Team goes 6-3. UB becomes part of the SUNY system; squad finishes 5-3-1. Defensive tackle Gerry Philbin became first modern Bull to be named All-East and played in the North-South and Coaches All-America post-season games before being drafted by the New York Jets where he was an All-AFL selection and played on the 1969 World Champion team. Team goes 4-4-1; game at Boston University is televised nationally. Offenhamer resigns; former Notre Dame assistant to legendary Ara Parseghian, Richard W. (Doc) Urich is named head coach. Team goes 7-3, ranked 9th in Lambert Cup voting. Bob Deming, a 10-year assistant under Offenhamer, becomes head coach. Squad goes 6-3. Buffalo’s last season in“Big Time”football for over 20 years. ABC refuses to show UB Marching Band’s halftime protest of the Vietnam War on its coverage of the UB-Holy Cross game. Financial problems forced the school to drop the program in January. The program is reinstated at the Division III level with student, alumni and faculty support; squad goes 0-3-1 under new coach Bill Dando. UB earns an 8-2 record, its best since 1959. Quarterback Marty Barrett is named Upstate NY Player of the Year. In one of the most successful campaigns in the program’s history, the Bulls post a 9-2 record. Bulls ranked as high as No. 15 in national polls. Sam Sanders replaces Dando who leaves as UB’s all-time winningest coach. Team goes 2-8. Sanders forced to retire due to medical reasons. Offensive coordinator Jim Ward named head coach. Schedule upgrade continues, featuring a number of Division I-AA opponents. Team posts a 4-6 record, and set seven offensive records, including most points in a season (319). Bulls return to Division I for the first time in over 20 years. 14,179 fans witness season opener in New UB Stadium. In January, the University names UB alum Craig Cirbus (’80) as their 21st head coach. Later that summer, Director of Athletics Nelson Townsend announces that UB will be moving to Division I-A football in the Mid-American Conference in 1999. The Bulls finish the regular season 8-3, the most wins against a Division I schedule since 1959. The Bulls are ranked in the Top 25 as a Division I program for the first time in school history on Nov. 18. Head coach Craig Cirbus is named the Division I-AA Independent Coach of the Year. Ed Ellis (fourth round to New England Patriots) becomes the first Bull in modern Division I era to be drafted. UB surpasses NCAA mandated attendance count by averaging nearly 20,000 fans per game to gain admission to Division I-A football and the Mid-American Conference. The Bulls join the MAC and begin play in the newly-expanded 31,000-seat UB Stadium, bringing I-A football to WNY. All-time leading receiver Drew Haddad selected in seventh round by Buffalo Bills. Buffalo posts its first victory over a Division I-A opponent since 1970 when the Bulls score a dramatic 20-17 come-from-behind win over MAC rival Bowling Green on Sept. 23, 2000. After the season, Athletic Director Bob Arkeilpane appoints Jim Hofher (Cornell, ’79) as the 22nd head coach in UB football history. The Bulls score one of the historic wins in school history with a 26-19 win at Army one week after posting their first Mid-American Conference shutout with a 44-0 win over Ohio. Buffalo earns its first-ever victory over a Bowl Championship Series (BCS) team when it posts a shocking 34-11 win at Rutgers of the Big East. The Bulls win at Kent State, 10-6, for their first Mid-American Conference road victory. Following the season, Athletic Director Warde Manuel appoints Turner Gill as the 23rd head coach in UB football history. New head coach Turner Gill led the Bulls to a 2-10 record with wins over Temple and division-leading Kent State. The Bulls scored the most points in a season (220) since moving to Division I-A. Buffalo also scored the most points (201) of any team in the MAC East Division. UB had is best season since returning to Division I-A by finishing the season 5-7 overall and 5-3 in the MAC for a share of the MAC East Division regular season title. Turner Gill was named MAC Coach of the Year. A UB record eight players were named All-MAC, including James Starks who became the Bulls’ first 1,000-yard rusher in the I-A era with 1,103 yards. Bulls have most successful season in Division I history. Finish the year 8-6, win the MAC Championship and play Connecticut in the International Bowl for first bowl appearence in school history. Quarterback Drew Willy finishes career by breaking nearly every school passing record. Only a junior, James Starks breaks the school record for career rushing with 3,142 yards. Naaman Roosevelt records 104 catches on the season - one shy of the Mid-American Conference record. The Bulls finished 5-7 and featured an offense that averaged 405 yards per game - the highest average in UB’s Division I-A era. Naaman Roosevelt set the school record for career receptions (268) and receiving yards (3,551). Davonte Shannon became the first UB player to be a three-time All-MAC First Team selection. Following the season, Athletic Director Warde Manuel appoints Jeff Quinn as the 24th head coach in UB football history. New head coach Jeff Quinn leads the Bulls to a 2-10 record. Davonte Shannon broke the school record for career tackles with 461 en route to being named to the All-MAC First Team for the fourth straight year. Josh Thomas selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. Branden Oliver rushed for a school-record 1,395 yards on the season. Khalil Mack ranked third in the nation in tackles for loss with 20.5. Both players earned first-team All-MAC honors.

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football a different time in a different world

Looking back at one of the most influential football teams in University history 50 years later By Alex Rubin and Stephen Marth

“Picture Buffalo as it is today…and then forget about all of the suburbs - they weren’t there. The nightlife downtown, you had a big nightclub called the Town Casino, you had all of these theaters downtown, it was just so different than what exists today that you can’t even imagine.” Stanley Kowalski, left guard for the 1958 Bulls football team, said the above reminiscing about his memories of the city of Buffalo. While this image of Buffalo remains dear to him, another issue clouds his memories – the scandal of the 1958 Tangerine Bowl. The 1958 football season at the University at Buffalo was one of extreme highs and even more extreme lows; marked by an appearance on the Ed Sullivan show after an 8-1 season, sullied by racism and segregation. After finishing the season as the Lambert Cup champions, Buffalo was invited to play in the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, FL. However, after accepting the invitation, University Chancellor Clifford Furnas, along with the entire team, made the decision to not play in the game; they learned that their two black players, Willie Evans and Mike Wilson, would not be allowed to play as per the request of the hosting school district. In a statement made about his decision, Furnas said, “They are two of our finest young men, and have greatly contributed to our fine showing this season. The possibility of discrimination against any member of the team prevents our appearance at the game.” Being a member of the football team made Evans, the star running back for the team, a hot commodity around campus. The fact that he was one of very few minorities on campus made it tough for him at times. “It was subtle. I didn’t have the luxury of cutting class, because having made a little name for myself in athletics, professors knew who I was. Not to mention, I was usually the only black person in the class,” Evans said. One reason Kowalski believes there was not blatant racism within the team was that several players grew up without having relationships with minorities. Since there was no history of racism in their background, Kowalski believes it allowed the players to come in with open minds towards both Wilson and Evans. “I grew up in a small mill town in Pennsylvania… we didn’t have any blacks living there, so you didn’t have prejudice built up ingrained in your head by your parents or your uncles,” Kowalski said. In the first game of the season, the Bulls were to face Harvard, one of the most respected teams in the nation at the time. Evans remembers this win being the first sign that the team could do something special. “If you went back the year before, we were 5-4. I can remember vividly our coach saying before our last game versus Temple, he wanted us to win our last game so we could go in to the next season with a win, when we played Harvard,” Evans said.

“[Beating Harvard] got us off to a good start – it was a different feeling. We had no notion of winning the Lambert Cup, we didn’t even know about it. We just wanted to win football games.” According to Kowalski, the Bulls were in a unique position due to the fact that they were the only team in or near Buffalo. This gathered media attention. “Most of the teams that played football after the Second World War had already dropped it,” Kowalski said. “We were the only game in town and the papers started to give us all kinds of press, which was kind

changed so dramatically…we couldn’t compare to the teams that are put on the field today, but at that time, we were a very respectable team.” In the final game of the regular season, the Bulls defeated Bucknell 38-0 to earn their first Lambert Cup. This game was especially important for Kowalski, who played in front of friends, family and his old high school football coach. Kowalski did not disappoint, returning an interception for a touchdown en route to Buffalo’s victory. After the victory, Buffalo’s co-captains

“They are two of our finest young men, and have greatly contributed to our fine showing this season. The possibility of discrimination against any member of the team prevents our appearance at the game.” of unique.” Nicholas Bottini and Louis Reale appeared on “It was a big deal for Buffalo at the time,” Evans the Ed Sullivan show to accept the Lambert Cup, concurred. “Blacks weren’t included in the paper at a trophy for the top team of the “Eastern Small all for any reason, yet we were on the front page. Colleges.” When we were coming back from Harvard, the pilot told us that there were a couple thousand students waiting for us at the airport. It was great support.” It was not a coincidence that the Bulls were peaking in 1958; the senior class was the first class to play all four years on scholarship, meaning the team was as cohesive as ever and also had as much talent as possible. While Kowalski understands that football has changed immensely in the past 50 years, he is proud of the accomplishments the team made, and how they stuck together in the face of adversity that followed the end of the regular season. “We stand very high, simply because of the celebrity that was given to us, that opportunity that we had to make a mark…we were the first team to go into the UB Hall of Fame,” Kowalski said. “Obviously the whole Willie Evans averaged 7.6 yards per carry for 530 yards in 1958 game of football has

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football Along with the victory came an invite to the Tangerine Bowl. When news broke about the Bulls being invited to their first bowl game, the team was skeptical, as it would have meant missing a week of classes and work. Several players on the team were married and needed to continue to work to support their family. After much debate however, the team decided to accept the invite. The decision was quickly changed when Buffalo was informed that if the team was to play, they would have to do so without Evans or Wilson, who were both black. “Our initial feelings were good. We never even thought about playing in a bowl game. The issue of race didn’t even come up in the beginning,” Evans said. “The only thing I recall is the first meeting we had where we decided we wanted to go as a team. I found out (about the racism issue) as I walked out of the house after Thanksgiving, and a neighbor said to me ‘I guess they don’t want you black boys down there…’ I got the newspaper and there was my picture on the front page of the Courier Express with Mike Wilson, outlining the position Chancellor Furnas took on the issue, where if myself and Mike couldn’t play, UB would not take part in the contest.” The field that had been rented for the game belonged to an Orlando school district that had a strict rule that blacks and whites could not play on the field at the same time, the team discovered. In response, the Bulls held a second meeting where they decided not to play in the game if Evans and Wilson would not be allowed to play. While the Elks Club, the sponsor of the game, offered to find another field, Chancellor Furnas was the man charged with making the ultimate decision. “Chancellor Furnas was a prominent individual… his credentials were impeccable,” Kowalski said. “He was a physicist. He was an Olympic sprinter. He was the assistant secretary of defense for research and development in the Eisenhower administration… there wasn’t anybody capable of criticizing him. The way he put it was he would not demean any

of his players, or even present an opportunity for anyone to be uncomfortable in the Florida setting.” As the image of Buffalo’s first bowl came and went, Evans carried the experience of racism with him after college. It followed him to the professional level, as he entered the American Football League. Evans had never visited any of the southern states. “I had a chip on my shoulder from the experience. It was a matter of letting it beat you down or not. I saw it as an opportunity to show my athleticism. I eventually was drafted by the Buffalo Bills, which was also an experience. It was my first time playing with white ball players from the South. There were players I never spoke to, and they never spoke to me, yet we were ‘teammates.’ That hardened my attitude about the idea of racism. Our coach was from the South, and I didn’t appreciate being called ‘boy.’ He called everybody ‘boy.’ I ended up getting released right before the season began, but I wasn’t too upset about it.” Since his playing days, Evans has remained active in the University community, holding several positions on the Alumni board and serving on the committees that brought both Athletic Director Warde Manuel and President Simpson to Buffalo. “One reason why I’m still with the university is the way things have come,” Evans said. “Diversity is something that has caught on with the campus. We’re not there yet, but it has improved significantly since I was here. There are expectations that exist now that were not around when I was a student.”

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This article previously ran in the Spectrum Student Periodical on January 23, 2008

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

A Dennis Albaneze

William Abbey________ 1965 Steve Abbott Matt Abdo__________ 2007-08 Marck Abraham_____ 2003-06 Jason Adams__________ 1993 Robert Adams____ 1952, 57-59 Roger Adams_______ 1951-52 Dave Adamson________ 1990 Joe Adamson John Adema__________ 1934 Phil Adessa___________ 1970 Natey Adjel__________2012Chris Aebli James Ailinger______ 1925-28 Chaz Ahmed________ 1987-90 Adekunle Akingba___ 2007-08 Raphael Akobundu__ 2008-10 Dennis Albaneze_____ 1968-70 Tony Albertelli John Alessandra Clark Alexandre_______ 1988 James Allegretto_____ 1957-58 Okezie Alozie________2012Joseph Alpart _________ 1897 Alex Alverez________ 1902-03 Michelin Ambroise_____ 1904 Salvatore Amico_____ 1946-49 Joe Amorese__________ 1981 David Anastasi________ 1989 Lou Anastasi__________ 1981 Pat Ancor Andy Anderson________ 1950 Andy Anderson________ 1988 Chazz Anderson_______ 2011 Mark Anderson Anthony Andriano___2001, 02-05 Dan Angelo Dean Angelo_____ 1982-83, 85 Everett Anthony_____ 1994-95 Kerope Armon________ 1970 Steve Armstrong_____ 1981-83 Richard Ashley______1965, 68 Barry Atkinson______ 1968-70 Sagan Atuatasi_____ 2003- 04 Leroy Auguste_______ 2004-05 Chris Austin Demetrius Austrum__ 2000-03 Pat Averill__________ 1987-89 Alex Aversano_______ 1934-35 Andy Avery___________ 2001

B Don Beitelman

Kulaa Bacheyie______ 1997-00 Beau Bachtelle_______2012Matt Bacoulis_______ 2006-09 Stewart Baggley_______ 1897 Charles Bailey_________ 1960 Angel Baines__________ 2003 Carl Baisch____________ 1920 Ezan Bagdasarian______ 1959 Bill Baker_____________ 1970 Marqus Baker________2012Michael Baker_______ 2002-05 R. Baker______________ 1960 Phillip Bamford______ 1958-60

Henry Banas________ 1946-48 Jim Bancroff__________ 1970 Matt Baniewicz______ 1999-00 Bill Bannister__________ 1956 Gabriel Barbe________2011Donald Barber______ 1938-39 Robert Barber_________ 2000 Robert Barczak________ 1958 Robert Barker_______1961, 62 Bruce Barkeviek_______ 1985 Fred Barkley__________ 1946 Adolphus Barkor_____ 1998-99 Dalton Barksdale_____2011James Barksdale_____ 1964-65 Joseph Barre__________ 1959 Marty Barrett_______ 1981-83 George Barone________ 1977 Sal Barone__________ 1946-48 Anthony Bartholomew___ 2011 Bill Barto___________ 1987-89 Vinny Bartolotti Kirk Barton_________ 1969-70 Chad Bartoszek______ 1999-02 John Basta____________ 1964 Newton Bateman______ 1961 James Bates__________ 1988 Ben Batey____________ 1995 William Batt Thomas Batter______ 1961-62 Doug Batterbarry Gerald Baty___________ 1952 Chuck Bauda__________ 1982 Ben Bauch____________ 1970 Isaac Baugh_________ 2009-12 Earl Bawtinhimer______ 1946 Russ Beck__________ 1967-68 James Beckerich_______ 1958 Brad Beggs_________ 2005-07 Mike Begley__________ 1985 Chris Behan_________ 1993-95 Donald Beitelman____ 1947-50 Robert Belden_________ 1934 Alan Bell___________ 1989-92 Harry Bell__________ 1967-68 Keith Bell_____________ 1983 Tomarris Bell_________2012Chris Bennett_________ 1990 Michael Bergamon_____ 1962 John Bernard_______ 1981-83 Jay Berndt____________ 1990 Feilds Bernett Frank Berrafato______ 1979-81 Tom Berrafato_________ 1987 Tony Berrafato___ 1982-83, 85 Sam Berrias Kirk Berry___________ 2003-05 Brad Bess_____________ 1994 Alan Bett_____________ 1982 Dave Betz Leonard Bevilacqua____ 1961 Mike Bevilacqua Andrew Beyer_________ 1946 Mike Bianchi________ 1981-82 Eric Bicocchi________ 1994-95 Robert Biedenkopf___ 1939-40 Robert Bielecki________ 1989 Jim Biggs_____________ 1982 Peter Bittner________ 2007-10 John Black____________ 1979 Bill Blake_____________ 1985 Steve Blake_________ 1996-97 Nathan Bliss________ 1957-60 Rob Blunt__________ 1988-89 Mike Boack___________ 1970 Corey Bohanan Harry Bojan_________ 1947-48 William Bolt_________ 1895-97 Craig Bomberski Vincent Bonerb______ 1938-40 Kyle Booker________ 1993- 95 Frank Born Kenneth Born____ 1951, 56-58 Ted Boron____________ 1951 Robert Boscmen_______ 1961 Dave Borsuk__________ 1978 Al Botti____________ 1987-88 Nick Bottini________ 1956- 58 Harold Boughton______ 1970 Jones Bowden______ 1960-62 Thomas Bowers_____ 1939-42 James Boyle__________ 1946 Delando Bradford______ 2003

Maurice Bradford____ 2001-02 Roshon Bradley______ 1997-99 Robert Bradshaw____ 1982-83 Jim Brady____________ 1947 Pat Brady Fred Branch______ 2007, 09-11 Gary Braun_________ 1977-78 Bob Braunscheidel___ 1988-89 Terrance Breaux__ 2004, 06-07 Richard Bremer______ 1946-48 Tom Brennan_______1965, 67 Marvin Brereton_____ 1998-00 Kyle Brey___________ 2007-10 Paul Bricoccoli_______ 1988-89 Brian Bridges________ 1988-89 Craig Bridges Derek Brim___________2011Kevin Brinkworth____ 1960-62 Dennis Brisky_______ 1965-67 Al Broccutto________ 1999-00 Boomer Brock________2012Deej Brocklehurst____ 1977-79 David Brogan_______ 1956-58 William Brogon______ 1957-59 Jeff Brooks Byron Brown__________ 1970 Derrick Bown_________ 2010 Gary Brown_________ 1981-82 Gerry Brown Jerry Brown___________ 1986 Jim Brown____________ 1981 Khari Brown________ 2011-12 Robert Brown_______ 1934-35 Tom Brown_________ 1996-99 Tony Brown William Brown John____ 1950 Joseph Bucci__________ 1989 Ken Buchnowski Jeff Brumer___________ 1985 Dave Brundage________ 1989 Jeff Bublavi_________ 2003-06 Steve Bufford_________ 1982 Mike Buial____________ 1981 Gordon Bukaty______ 1958-60 James Burd_________ 1961-62 Dennis Burden________ 1963 Jon Burgio__________ 2006-07 John Burke___________ 1946 Ken Burke____________ 1986 Tom Burn_____________ 1977 Felix Burnett________ 1981-82 Jim Burnham__________ 1977 Noah Burroughs_____ 1999-00 Melroy Butler_________ 1981 Theodore Butler_______ 1970 Ryan Buttles________ 2001-02 Charles Butula_______ 1964-65 Scott Buzby_________ 1987-88 Godfrey Buzzelli_____ 1950-52 Kareem Byrom______ 2005-07

C Pete Conley

Wyatt Cahill_________ 2011-12 Arthur Calandrelli______ 1951 Pat Calhoun__________ 1988 Chris Callahan_______ 2005-08 Arnold Cameron_____ 1949-50 Mark Campanella____ 1900-02 Devin Campbell______2012Eric Campbell_______ 1996-99 John Canestaro______ 1989-90 Vince Canosa_______ 1993-96 John Capalongo John Capana__________ 1946 Nicholas Capuana____ 1964-65 Paul Carbonaro________ 1970 Joseph Cardenuto_____ 1946 Jeff Carlin____________ 1986 Gerald Carlson______ 1993-96

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Jasen Carlson________2010Steve Carlton Wes Carmack_________ 1983 Pat Carney__________ 1968-69 James Caroll________ 1946-47 Chris Carr__________1988, 90 Tom Carroll Tony Carroll_________ 1993-94 G. Cary_______________ 1949 Chris Casheba_________ 1993 Bill Casher____________ 1977 Joe Cassata_________ 1985-88 Vince Castellani_____1983, 85 Nick Castiglia_______1962, 64 Mike Catena David Cefaly__________ 1950 Mike Cendoma________ 1988 Tom Centofanti______ 1968-70 John Centra_________ 1977-79 J. Cesari____________ 1959-61 Raymond Chamberlin__1951-52 Tom Chamberlain______ 1970 Gary Chapp_________1968, 70 Imani Chatman___ 2008, 10-12 Dave Chernega________ 1968 Mike Chichester_____ 1993-96 Ben Chirco Jamal Chisam____ 2004, 06-07 Jason Choi____________ 1988 Mike Chorey__________ 1982 Carl Chotoff_________ 1947-48 Joseph Ciepiela John Cimba_________ 1961-62 Craig Cirbus________ 1977-79 Arnold Citrin__________ 1934 George Clark__________ 1962 James Clark___________ 1989 Rashad Clark________ 2002-03 Scotty Clark_________ 1967-69 Patrick Clarke________2011Marcus Clarett_______ 2000-01 Ronald Clayback_____ 1959-61 Mike Cleary Tom Cleere_________ 1989-90 Bob Cleland__________ 1932 Bernard Clement______ 1954 Victor Cleri_________ 1946-48 Bill Clerici Chris Clifton________ 2002-03 Mike Coatsworth Harry Cohen Julius Cohen__________ 1897 Joseph Colatarci_______ 1961 Marcus Cole________ 1999-00 Jason Coley_________ 1999-02 John Collard__________ 1942 Albert Collins_______ 1938-40 Cleo Collins_________ 1993-95 Gary Collins___________ 1939 Joe Colosi_______ 1983, 85-86 Robert Colpoys________ 2009 Alan Comen__________ 1952 Daniel Conaway_____ 1969-70 Kevin Concepcion______ 2002 R. Condino_________1962, 64 John Conestarro Robert Conk_____ 1946, 47-48 Pete Conley_________ 1992-95 Aaron Connacher____2007, 09-11 Mark Connelly Andy Conrad Ken Constable_________ 1970 Frank Constantino___ 1947-49 Michael Constantino_ 1969-70 Chuck Conti________ 1986-88 Todd Conwall Domonic Cook______ 2007-10 Harry Cook_________ 1939-40 Josh Copeland___ 2007, 09-11 Frank Coppola Jerry Corallo__________ 1995 Louis Corriere____ 1942, 46-47 Randy Cosimeno______ 1983 Bob Costanzo_______1979, 81 Serofino Cottanelli Ryan Cotton__________ 2009 Travis Coughlin______ 2004-05 Peter Coureen_________ 1957 Glen Covey___________ 1990 Reggie Cox___________ 1997 Herbert Coyne______ 1955-56 O’Niel Cozzolino_______ 1946

John Crane___________ 1897 Brendan Creahan____1990, 93 Andrew Criscione______ 1954 J.B. Crofts Ken Crosanti__________ 1986 Ken Crosta____________ 1986 Marlin Crowder______ 1998-99 William Crowley_____1951, 53 Bryan Cummings____ 2002-05 Mike Cummings_____ 1981-83 Dan Curcione_______ 1996-99 William Cunius________ 1952 Shane Curry________1979, 81

D John Daniels

Tony Dabrowski Rich Dadabo________ 1989-90 Tony Dadante_________ 1979 Dan Dalfanso_______ 1935-37 Michael Daly__________ 1961 Remo Damiani______ 1955-57 Chris D’Amico_______ 1981-83 Joe D’Amico__________ 1981 Vito D’Aniello_________ 1993 Tony Daniel__________2012Charles Daniels______ 1954-56 John Daniels________ 1960-62 Steve D’Anna__________ 1989 Martin Darby__________ 1981 Mike D’Arcy___________ 1979 Larry D’Arcy Rick Darnly___________ 1995 Peter D’Arrigo_______ 1949-51 Tim Dance____________ 2002 Tony Dates___________ 1989 Mark Daul____________ 1979 Rodlens Dauphin____ 1997-99 John D’Auria________ 1986-87 Andre Davis__________2011Jack Davis Jerry Davis__________ 2009-12 John Davis____________ 1941 Dave Dawson_______ 2002-05 Terrance Dawson______ 2001 Lawrence Dayer_____ 1946-47 Roger Dayer________ 1954-55 Chris Deakin________ 1987-89 Kevin Deakin________ 1986-89 Rick Dearcop________ 1988-90 Robert E. DeCue_____ 1898-02 Joseph Dee___________ 1955 George Delaney_____ 1957-59 Guy Delucia__________ 1962 Tony Delvecchio_______ 1989 Gordon DeMas______1956, 57 Scott Deming John Dempsey______ 1957-59 Alex Dennison________2010George Depew________ 1946 Martin Derby_________ 1982 Dick Derme___________ 1949 Bill Dewey____________ 1979 Michael DeWind_____ 1989-90 Joseph Diange______ 1948-49 Anthony DiAurzio Pat DiBartolomeo Richard Dichowitz___ 1964-65 Richard Dickman____ 1960-62 Tony DiCristofaro______ 1987 Mark DiFrancesco______ 1979 Joe Digiore___________ 1977 Joe DiGiorgio_________ 2002 Reginald Dilley________ 1942 Paul DiMiero__________ 1977 Mark DiNardo_______ 1993-95 Charles Dingboom___1946, 49 Jim Dinezza___________ 1981 Raymond Dinncenzio_1949-51 Anthony Diquillo______ 1952

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football Mark DiRinio Jim Ditcher John Ditcher__________ 1986 Robert Dix__________1981, 82 Cordero Dixon________2011Eric Dixon____________ 1995 Kevin Dobson_______ 1981-83 Greg Dolegala Richard Doll________ 1954-56 Ed Dolphin___________ 1977 Norbert Dombrowski___ 1951 Phil Domiano Tom Domino__________ 1970 Jim Domroes__________ 1985 Charles Donatelli______ 1934 Charles Donnor______ 1968-70 Bill Doolittle__________ 1981 James Doran__________ 1988 Matt Dorsey________ 1994-96 Randy Dovichow______ 1989 Chuck Drankowski___ 1967-68 Charles Drayton_______ 1989 Tom Drewes_____ 2006, 08-09 Maurice Drewitt_____ 1982-86 Stan Drumsta_________ 1928 Gordon Dubois______ 2008-11 Shaquille Dudley____ 2010-11 Jim Dunbar_________ 1983-86 Jack Dunbar________ 1977-80 Jon Dunbar___________ 1977 Richard Dunber_______ 1964 Andy Duncan_________ 1988 John Dunmore_______2012James Dunn________ 1964-65 Kevin Dunn_________ 2000-03 James Duprey_______ 1964-65 James Duprey_______ 1987-90 Donald Duquette____ 1951-52 Fred Duranko_______1962, 64 M. Duranko Joseph Durso Maynard Dutcher____ 1938-39 Greg Duval_________ 1994-96 Marquis Dwarte_____ 2000-02 Derrick Dyer________ 2003,05 Rychard Dykes________ 1996 Bob Dzvonick_______ 1998-01

E Ed Ellis

Josh Eagan___________ 2006 John Eagen___________ 1970 Steve Ebsaky__________ 1941 Jay Eden___________ 1941-42 John Edmondson____ 1986-88 Robert Edward______1962, 64 Brad Edwards_________ 1988 Brent Eggleston Frank Elardo__________ 1947 William Ellenbogen__ 1969-70 Thomas Elliott_______ 1968-70 Ed Ellis_____________ 1993-96 Gerald Elwell________ 1968-70 Bob Embow________ 1967-68 Kevin Enders Terry Endress_______ 1967-69 Leo Engel____________ 1983 Doug Engle_________ 1986-88 Eric Ericson___________ 1942 Ollice Ervin_________ 2004-07 Jason Esposito________ 1985 Robert Estes________ 1934-36 Robert Etmerington____ 1969 Dan Evans____________ 1985 George Evans_________ 1953 Andre Evans________ 2005-07 James Evans__________ 2004 Robert Evans__________ 1946 Willie Evans_________ 1957-59 Jim Everts____________ 1989

F Matt Ferrentino

Delano Fabor_________ 2010 Dimitri Facaros________ 2004 Torgier Fadum_________ 1946 Bernard Fagan______ 1957-59 John Faller__________ 1968-70 Peter Fardon________ 2008-11 Marc Faria____________ 2006 Charles Farr___________ 1897 R. Farr_______________ 1960 Mike Farrell___________ 1988 Jim Farrell__________ 1986-87 Paul Fauth____________ 1941 Gary Feagin Greg Federico Mike Feliciano_______ 1985-86 Gary Feltz____________ 1979 Tom Fenlon___________ 1995 William Fernandez Matthew Ferrentino__ 1947-50 John Feverhem________ 1946 Jon Fields_______ 1995, 97-99 Larry Fienberg Roman Figler__________ 1942 Steve Fijalklowski______ 1986 Eric Filipowicz_________ 1970 Jerry Filippini_________ 1982 Chris Finch___________ 1989 Elbert Finch___________ 1977 Jim Finochio_____ 1964-65, 67 Karl Fischer_________ 1981-82 Jack Fisher__________ 1993-94 Terrence Fisher______ 1993-95 Paul Fitzgibbons_____ 1947-48 Brandon Flanagan_____ 2007 Steve Fleming_______ 1999-00 Dave Florek___________ 1979 Ralph Folino________ 1956-57 Bill Forbess___________ 1977 Marcy Ford___________ 1979 Willie Ford__________ 1993-94 Andre Forde________ 1999-02 Edward Foregrave___ 1939-41 Herbert Forest_________ 1941 Tony Formato_________ 1979 Charles Forness________ 1970 John Fortini___________ 1959 Ton Fortini____________ 1958 James Fortino_________ 1969 Mike Fragagle_________ 1977 Brad Frank____________ 1981 Tom Frank__________ 1983-85 Bud Frankel___________ 1947 Bruce Fraser________ 1969-70 Joe Freedy__________ 1999-01 Reinhard Freimuth___ 1981-83 William Friday_________ 1953 Dan Friedman_________ 1985 Pat Frincano________ 1981-82 Kim Frink_____________ 1983 John Fritz____________ 1939 Mark Fucinato_________ 1977 George Fugit________ 1982-83 Josh Fuller__________ 2009-10 Hank Fumerelle______ 1982-83

G Steve Goniwiecha

Mark Gabryel_________ 1979 Dan Gadra____________ 1956 Dan Gage____________ 1956

P. Gagliardi___________ 1961 Dave Gaglione______ 1988-89 Brian Gallager_________ 1988 Mike Gallagher______ 1985-86 Jason Galley__________ 1993 George Gallino________ 1957 Gary Gambino________ 1979 Bob Gang____________ 1977 Ron Gannello_________ 2000 Clifton Ganyard_______ 1987 Joseph Garafola_______ 1962 Mike Garofalo_______ 1996-99 David Gardner________ 1958 Richard Gardont_______ 1946 Joseph Garefalo_____ 1964-65 Jim Gareis__________ 1985-87 Raymond Garlapow__ 1939-40 Ronald Gartz__________ 1964 Jamie Gasparre______ 1996-97 Michael Gasper________ 1970 Mike Gaydosz_______ 1998-00 Jon Geddes_________ 2005-07 Chuck Genco Richard Gener_________ 1951 Dave Gens____________ 1983 John Gentilella______ 1985-86 Harold Gerard_______ 1946-48 Dennis Gerbasi______ 1987-89 Gerald Gergley______ 1958-60 Larry Gergley_______ 1961-62 Fred Geringer Sr._____ 1964-65 Edward Gese________ 1936-39 Doug Gesel_________ 1981-83 Mark Giacovelli______ 1982-85 Mike Giammusso____ 1985-87 Harry Gibbons______ 1951-52 James Gibbons______ 1955-57 Theodore Gibbons___ 1965-67 Dion Gibson J.J. Gibson__________ 2001-04 E. Gibean_____________ 1954 Ed Gicewicz_________ 1949-51 Garth Gifford__________ 1961 Don Gilbert_________ 1962-64 William Gilbert______ 1947-48 Ibrahim Giles________ 1994-96 Ron Gilhousen______ 1985-86 Jeffvon Gill_________ 2009-11 Harry Gillman_______ 1947-48 Matt Gilson___________ 1986 Harold Girdlestone_____ 1951 Peter Giullari__________ 1951 Theodore Giza________ 1942 John Glanton_______ 1997-99 Robert Goellner_______ 1950 Daniel Gold_________ 2011-12 Samuel Goldberg____ 1936-39 William Goldberg____ 1937-38 Eugene Gollareny______ 1956 Sean Gong Steve Goniwiecha______ 1970 Derrick Gordon______ 1998-01 James Gordon_______ 1897-98 Jimmy Gordon_______2010Richard Grabewstatter Gerry Grady__________ 1985 Mark Graham_______ 2000-03 Dale Gramza__________ 1979 Jim Granchelli_________ 1981 James Grapes_______ 1957-58 Steve Grashof_________ 1981 Robert Grant__________ 1939 Tyler Grassman_______2012John Graves Chris Gray__________ 1999-00 C. Graziadei___________ 1962 John Greeley________ 1981-83 Jeff Green__________ 2004-05 Kristian Green_________ 1993 Mike Green_________ 1987-89 St. John Green Dexter Greenlee_______ 1983 Irving Grenzbach______ 1947 Vito Grieco_________ 1936-38 Mike Griffin___________ 1981 Bob Griffiths__________ 1970 Tony Grisanti__________ 1979 Dominic Grossi______ 1940-42 Nicholas Groszos______ 1947 Serofino Grottanelli__ 1946-49 Nick Grover Gary Grubbs________ 1967-69 Albert Grundy_______ 2000-01 Tom Grys_____________ 1970 Michael Guercio_____ 1949-51 Jamie Guerra________ 1999-01

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Eugene Guerrie______1959, 61 Ralph Guerrucci_______ 1956 Craig Guest_________ 1993-96 Russel Gugine_______ 1949-51 Richard Guild_________ 1958 M. Gumbinsky_________ 1934 Ramon Guzman__ 2002, 04-06 Dillon Guy___________2011Mike Gwin

H Jack Hartman

Irving Haag___________ 1946 Norman Haber______ 1935-38 Syl Haberer___________ 1986 Mark Hackbush________ 1981 Brian Hackworth_____ 1981-82 Drew Haddad_______ 1996-99 Jim Haderer___________ 1977 Howard Haderer_____ 1948-49 Ray Hadrych Rich Hadrych_________ 1983 Skyler Hagg_________ 2007-08 John Hahn____________ 1939 Labinot Hakanjin____ 2006-07 Jeff Hale Joseph Halvenka______ 1968 Brendon Hamilton Jeff Hamilton_______ 1982-83 Brett Hamlin________ 2005-09 Scott Hammett William Hannah_______ 1970 Brian Hansen__________ 1965 Keith Hansen_______ 1994-97 Nick Haragos__________ 1942 Jim Harkins Herbert Harmsen______ 1947 Frank Harrington____ 1934-36 Jim Harrington John Harrington_______ 1990 Edward Harris_______ 1960-62 Obadiah Harris______ 2002-03 Rich Harris__________ 1981-83 Robert Harris Marvin Harrison_______ 1970 B. Hart_____________ 1962-64 Larry Hart____________ 1969 Jack Hartman_______ 1959-61 John Hartman_______ 1987-90 Brett Hastings_______ 1988-89 Charles Hasse_____ 1898-1901 Eugene Hatchett_____ 1982-83 Joe Hattendorf______ 1995-98 Emmy Havens_______ 1981-83 Kendric Hawkins_____ 2006-09 Bill Hayden_________ 1967-69 Jason Hayden_______ 1998-00 Alan Hayes_________ 2008-11 Tom Hayes_________ 1923-24 William Hayes_________ 1917 LaRon Haymore_____ 2004-07 Tim Hedges_________ 1998-01 Bob Heggeman_______ 1995 Mike Heidrick_______ 1983-85 Todd Heidrick_________ 1983 Steve Heintz________ 1988-89 James Heitzmaus______ 1958 Jim Heitzhaus_______ 1956-57 Craig Helenbrook ____ 1964-65 Herb Helwig________ 1921-22 Datwan Hemingway ___ 2004 Terek Henderson______ 2001 Mike Hendickson Prentis Henley_______ 1968-70 Edward Henry_______ 1938-39 Mario Henry_____ 2005, 07-09 Tom Herb____________ 1979 Jeff Herba John Herlan___________ 1939 Scott Herlan________ 1969-70 Brad Herlehy__________ 1988 Eugene Hernquist______ 1969 Eric Herrington________ 1988 David Hersh__________ 1941

Dave Hess__________ 1982-83 Vincent Hickel_________ 1960 Darren Hicks__________ 2001 Dave Hickson_______ 1985-86 Bill Higgs_____________ 1977 Dane Hightower_______ 1985 Ronald Hilaire_______ 2005-08 Rich Hiler_____________ 1986 Eugene Hiller_________ 1939 Ezra Hines David Hinson_______ 1995-98 Edward Hirsch Ted Hirsch____________ 1988 Matt Hiscock________ 1988-89 Ray Hobson_________ 1988-90 Edward Hoeflich_____1950, 52 Ron Hoffman William Hoffman_____ 1939-40 Don Hofmar Kevin Hogan__________ 1968 Tom Hoke__________ 1965-67 Donald Holland_____ 1950-51 Vincent Holland_______ 1954 Joe Holly___________ 1964-65 William Holmes______1946, 48 Harvey Holzworth_____ 1947 David Homa__________ 1970 Casey Honchar________ 1989 Saron Hood_________ 2009-12 Dan Horan____________ 1989 Dick Horn__________ 1967-69 Richad Hort_________ 1960-62 Harold Houser____ 1942, 46-47 Jerry Housey________ 2007-10 Okoye Houston_______2010Keith Howlett_________ 1988 David Hubbard______ 2006-08 Chris Hubert__________ 1989 John Hubert________ 1986-90 Mike Hubert________ 1985-86 Frank Hudson Joseph Hudson______ 1969-70 Kelly Hugh Devon Hughes_______2011Larry Huff____________ 1970 Marvin Hunley______ 1982-83 Charles Hunt__________ 1983 Thomas Hurd_______ 1965-67 Warren Hurt__________ 1988 Andy Hurley__________ 1983 Larry Hutchinson____ 2006-07 John Hutchko_________ 1962 Ken Hyer_____________ 1934 Ken Hyer___________ 1981-83 Jamie Hypnarowski__ 1982-83

I Jesse Imes

Jesse Imes__________ 2004-07 Henrey Intrator______ 1935-38 Anthony Iozzi_______ 1951-52 Dwight Ives___________ 1983

J Rovell Jones

Paul Jack___________ 1967-68 Don Jackson__________ 1970 Ernest Jackson______ 2005-08 Gerald Jackson______ 2005-07 Keith Jackson_________ 1983 Kenon Jackson________ 2000 Terrell Jackson___ 2007, 09-11 Bill Jacobs__________ 1985-87

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football Joel Jacobs_________ 1968-69 Phil Jacques________ 2002-05 Elmer Jahn_________ 1951-53 Michael James______1968, 70 Boris Jaremka_________ 1947 Mark Jarnot___________ 1981 Mark Jaroszewski______ 1985 Rashad Jean________ 2011-12 Harry Jenkins, Jr._____ 1936-39 Jordan Jerrold_______ 2006-10 Algie Jessie___________ 1994 Norbert Jezawski______ 1955 Dave Jezewski_________ 1954 Dave Jezewski_________ 1988 Brian Johnessee_____ 1999-01 Adam Johnson______ 2001-03 Bobby Johnson______ 2000-01 Craig Johnson_________ 2001 “Dinky”Johnson Doug Johnson______ 1979-81 Harold Johnson_____ 1941-42 Irving Johnson________ 1896 James Johnson________ 1941 Joe Johnson__________ 1970 Keith Johnson_________ 1962 Kevin Johnson______ 1997-99 Kevin Johnson______ 2007-09 Luke Johnson_______ 2004-05 Lynn Johnson Najja Johnson________2010Rudolph Johnson____ 1938-40 Rudy Johnson_______ 2011-12 Bob Jones____________ 1990 Clifton Jones__________ 1970 Joseph Jones_______ 1994-97 Leeland Jones_______ 1965-67 Leeland Jones____ 1941-42, 46 Lorenzo Jones_________ 2000 Rovell Jones_____ 1967, 69-70 Tony Jones___________ 1989 Tim Jones__________ 1985-86 Brandon Jordan_____ 1998-01 Omari Jordan_______ 2000-01 Cory Jorgensen______ 2008-11 Dave Joslyn_________ 1988-90 James Judges_______ 2004-07 Gerald Jules________ 1985-86 Kevin Jurkewicz_______ 1979

K Gabe Kogler

Ron Kaczor_________1982, 85 Joe Kalczynski_________ 1977 Dean Kaminske________ 1946 Kyle Kampf___________ 1999 Casmir Kania________ 1951-52 Francis Kareken___ 1946, 50-52 Bunduka Kargbo_______ 2009 James Karnes_______ 1981-85 Tim Karnes_________ 1977-79 Mark Karrer___________ 1977 Joe Katusha_________ 1989-90 Joseph Katzmeyer Gerry Kavanaugh Mark Kawalec_______ 1982-83 Peter Kazmirchuk______ 1946 Kent Keating________ 1977-79 Carley Keats________ 1958-60 James Keats________ 1956-58 Bill Keifer___________ 1981-83 Ernest Keifer________ 1952-53 Scott Keller___________ 1979 Scott Keller_________ 1997-00 Brian Kelly__________ 2008-09 Harold Kelsey_______ 1941-42 Gary Kennedy_________ 1961 Raymond Kennedy___ 1951-54 Brian Kent____________ 1964 Martin Kentner______ 1946-47 Ed Kershaw_________ 1968-70 Gary Kiblin E. Kiefer______________ 1954 Ernest Kiefer__________ 1951 Ben Kincel__________ 1993-96

William Kindel_______ 1953-55 Steven King_________ 2003-06 Dave Kinney Donald Kinsella______ 1946-47 C.J. Kintz___________ 1997-99 Fred Kintzel Bob Kirisits_________ 1983-85 Bryan Kisabeth______2004, 08 Nicholas Kish_______ 1939-42 Nicholas Kism_________ 1968 Paul Kleiber___________ 1965 William Klein__________ 1955 Charles Kline__________ 1942 John Kling____________ 2012 Edwin Klingelhofer_____ 1939 Hiram “Rusty” Knapp_ 1989-93 Lester Knapp__________ 1924 Paul Knapp___________ 1940 Homer Knickerbocker Themba Knowles______ 1989 Corey Knox___________ 2011 Matt Knueven_______ 2001-04 Gabe Kogler________ 1997-00 Jim Kocik Fred Kogut_________ 1957-59 Kenneth Kogut______ 1961-62 John Kondalkoff_____ 1985-86 Leo Kostecky__________ 1939 Keith Kostek__________ 1983 Bob Kovey__________ 1967-68 Sean Kowal_________ 1981-82 John Kowalczyk_______ 1981 Mark Kowalec_________ 1981 Tom Kowalewski_____ 1967-68 Stanley Kowalski_____ 1957-59 Greg Kozar___________ 1981 Douglas Kozel_______ 1969-70 Dave Kozina Steve Koziol Francis Kramer________ 1942 Tim Krantz__________ 2010-11 Charles Krawczyk____ 1954-56 Dennis Krezmier Bryan Krull___________ 1988 David Krupp__________ 1979 Carl D. Kruse__________ 1848 Pete Kruszwnski_______ 1979 Chester Kryszcuk____ 1946-49 Edward Krzysiak_______ 1941 John Kubisty__________ 1954 Joseph Kubisty______ 1955-56 Todd Kurlan__________ 1985 Stuart Kusneske_______ 1951

L Bob Leipler

Greg LaBarbera________ 1983 Charles LaBorne_______ 1897 Joseph Labosky_______ 1953 John LaChance________ 1990 Mike Laco____________ 1982 Kevin Lafferty_________ 1978 Tim Lafferty_________ 1977-78 Gerry LaFountain____ 1964-65 John Lageman______ 1953-54 Bill Laipple_________ 1984-87 Mike Laipple________ 1983-86 Mike Lambert_______ 1999-02 Jose Lambiet__________ 1985 Carlos Lammons______2010Robert Landel_______ 1946-47 Scott Landt Richard Lane__________ 1938 Paul Lang__________ 1967-69 Pete Lang____________ 1986 Robert Langley________ 1941 Bruno Lapointe______ 2007-09 Craig Large___________ 1988 DeSean Larmond____2003, 05 Ronald LaRocque____ 1951-53 Ray Larson____________ 1981 Keith Lasher________ 1954-55 Campy Lasinski Salvadore Latona____ 1934-36

Tony Latona________ 1994-95 Tracey LaTona_________ 1950 Nelson Lauffer________ 1946 Jeff Lawrence_______ 1997-99 David Lawton_______ 1902-03 Chris Lauzze________ 2006-08 Robert Layo__________ 1970 Alex Lazo___________ 1999-01 Campy Lecrinsky____1981, 83 Eric Lee______________ 1995 Fred Lee_____________2010Aaron Leeper_______ 2002-03 Robert Leipler_______1948, 50 Lawrence Lemner______ 1965 Mike Lender Jerome Lennon________ 1988 Dan Leo____________ 1985-88 Norman Leonard Todd Lepsch________ 1987-89 Cortney Lester________2011Kyle Lester__________ 1989-90 Dom Lettieri__________ 1977 Joe Lettieri John Lewis___________ 1941 Harry Liaros___________ 1947 Pete Liberetore Frank Licata_________ 1982-85 Joe Licata Joe Licata____________2012Jules Licata_________ 1947-48 Robert Liepler_________ 1947 Ruben Lindo__________ 1993 Dan Lindsay________ 2000-02 Doug Lindsay_______ 1993-94 Greg Lindsay________ 1988-89 Mark Linkiewicz_______ 1994 John Lipinskli____ 1954, 56-57 Bob Lipp Mike Lloyd___________ 1982 Ron Lloyd____________ 1983 Lucian Lodestro_____ 1959-61 Frank Lojacono________ 1946 Justin Long_________ 1997-99 Ray Anthony Long_____2008, 10 Dan Lorrain_________ 1986-87 Mike Lospinso_________ 1977 Sherrod Lott_____ 2006, 08-10 Dana Loucks________ 1987-88 Zachary Love_______ 2002-05 Edwin Lowe__________ 1967 Rich Lowe__________ 1990-93 Ed Lozano M. Lucidi___________ 1962-64 Warren Luick__________ 1987 John Lupienski______ 1967-68 Dan Lutz Mike Luzny_________ 1967-69 Al Lytle____________ 1947-48

M Jim McNally

Victor Maccewicz______ 1940 James MacDougall___1961, 62 Thomas MacDougall__ 1958-60 Mike Mach___________ 1986 Khalil Mack__________2010Bruce MacKeller_____ 1964-65 Russell MacKellar____ 1964-65 Mark MacVittie______ 1969-70 Harry MacWilliams___1942, 46 Larry Madden_______ 1969-70 Doug Magera_________ 1988 Steve Magera_______ 1985-87 James Maglisceau______ 1993 Mark Maier_________ 1978-80 Matt Maines__________ 1986 David Majcher_______ 1969-70 Doug Majeski_______ 1983-87 Mike Majeski________ 1985-86 Frank Major___________ 1946 Ed Malanowicz Kenneth Malick________ 1946 Vic Mancewicz________ 1941 Dale Manchester_____ 1938-39

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David Mandry James Mane__________ 1994 Harry Manicas_______ 1938-39 Simon Manka_________ 2007 Mike Mann_________ 1985-87 Richard Mann Victor Manz_________ 1946-47 Youdlain Marcellus___ 1999-01 Mike Marcolini______ 1985-87 Marvin Marcus______ 1938-39 Harry Marinelli________ 1955 John Mariacmer_______ 1982 Don Maricle________ 1967-70 Carl Markey_________ 1950-51 Stanley Markiewicz_____ 1947 Michael Marr________ 2009-10 Anthony Marrano____ 1947-48 Albert Marsh__________ 1934 Prestom Marshall______ 1982 Jeff Marshall__________ 1989 Joe Martello__________ 1988 Ron Marten___________ 1983 Armand Martin______ 1960-62 Dam Martin_________ 1967-68 Jeff Martin____________ 1981 Richard Martin______ 1954-55 Tim Martin___________ 1979 John Martinkat________ 1987 Jerry Martzolf_______ 1981-82 Bill Marzullo__________ 1977 Mike Masecchia_____ 1985-87 Mike Maser_________ 1967-68 Dennis Mason_______ 1967-68 Alton Massey_______ 1946-48 Eugene Masters_______ 1951 Mike Masucci_______ 1997-00 Tom Matteson____ 1995, 98-99 Andy Mattle________ 1987-89 George Maue_______ 1958-60 John Maurer__________ 1946 Richard Mawn_________ 1988 Joe Maxon__________ 1979-81 Dave May__________ 1983-86 William McCall________ 1958 Joe McCarthy_________ 1981 Kevin McCarthy_______ 2001 Mike McCarthy Paul McCarthy_________ 1979 Deonne McClelland__ 2001-02 David McClernon Gabe McClover______ 2002-04 Frank McCollum_______ 1920 Steve McCullough___ 1968-70 Da’Von McCune_____ 2006-08 Gary McCutcheon Bam McDonald______ 1999-00 Jesse McDonald_______ 1987 Richard McDonald_____ 1946 Tyler McDonnell_______ 1994 Marcus McGill________2012Thomas MacDougall_ 1958-60 Chris McDuffie___ 2003-04, 06 Steve McDuffie______ 1994-95 Ted McDuffie__________ 1997 Luke McEachern_______ 2004 James McEwen______ 1964-65 William McGarva____ 1955-56 Tom McGreevy______ 1997-99 Kevin McGriff_______ 1995-96 Gerry McGroarty_____ 2005-08 William McKallip_______ 1946 Bernie McKeever_______ 1977 Scott McKenzie______ 1985-86 Bob McKeown______ 1984-85 Brian McKim Zeke McKine________2000, 01 Jim McKinney_________ 1987 Joe McKoy__________ 1999-00 Robert McLaughlin___ 1934-35 Sean McLaughlin Tom McLaughlin_____ 1988-90 Richard McLean_______ 1946 Tom McLean__________ 1982 Tom McLeod__________ 1982 Scott McMahan_____ 2001-02 Aaron McMickle_____ 2000-01 Jim McNally_________ 1962-64 William McNally_______ 1951 James McNamare____ 1962-65 John McWilliams_______ 1982 Steven Means_______ 2009-12 Rick Mease Bill Meholif_________ 2002-04 James Meier Edward Melisz_________ 1951 Albert Meranto________ 1961

John Merman_________ 1959 Dave Merrell________ 1986-87 Thomas Mersey_______ 1961 Harold Mesler_______ 1995-97 Dan Mettica________ 1986-87 George Metz__________ 1925 Howard Meyer________ 1950 Richard Meyer_________ 1897 Robert Meyer_______ 1997-00 Alan Miano Anthony Miceli______ 1964-65 John Michno________ 1960-62 John Michno__________ 1987 Joseph Mikulewicz_____ 1952 Dominic Milano_______ 2003 Thomas Milarski_____ 1968-69 Terrance Miles_______ 2002-04 Brian Miller_________ 2003-04 Chris Miller_________ 1991-92 Clifford Miller_______ 1955-56 George Miller_______ 1947-48 Merton Miller_______ 1947-48 Mike Miller___________ 1990 R. Miller____________ 1959-61 Jeff Mills___________ 2001-03 John Milson__________ 1955 Tom Mineo___________ 1983 John Mings_________ 1985-87 Kyndal Minniefield_____ 2012 Dan Minocchi_______ 2001-04 Al Mirand__________ 1947-49 Greg Mirand__________ 1981 Paul Missana_____ 1942, 46-47 Andrew Mistretta____ 1947-48 Hardy Mitchell______ 1994-97 Todd Mitchell_______ 1985-86 Edward Mittelsteadt__ 1946-47 John Mizerak________ 1981-83 John Modrzynski______ 1979 Harry Moedeas______ 1947-48 Bruce Moelzel_________ 1979 Robert Moler__________ 1968 Les Molnar______ 1947-48, 50 Dom Monacelli______ 1996-99 Sam Monaco__________ 1979 Dave Mondry_______ 1988-89 Wonderful Monds_____ 2011 Anel Montanez___ 2006, 08-10 Jason Montanez_____ 2001-02 James Montgomery____ 1946 Robert Moody_______ 1932-34 E. Mooradian________ 1959-61 Chris Moore________ 2004-05 Frank Morabito________ 1946 Norman Moran________ 1942 Joe Moresco________ 1968-70 Terry Morgan_________ 1994 Francis Mormul______ 1953-54 Rodney Morris______ 1901-04 Willie Moseley_______ 2009-12 Jim Mosher_________ 1967-68 George Mosson_______ 1960 Sunnie Motley_________ 1994 Dick Mott____________ 1977 George Movasian____ 1952-54 Mark Mozrall________ 1992-94 Fred Mueller________ 1981-83 Harold Mueller______ 1946-48 Brandon Murie_______2010Tom Murphy________ 1967-68 William Murphy_______ 1969 Mark Murtha__________ 1969 Mick Murtha________ 1966-67 Robert Muscarella___1957, 58 Henry Musilli__________ 1946

N Trevor Nickerson

Tim Najuch_________ 1981-82 Gene Nance__________ 1970 Frank Nappo________ 1946-49 Joseph Nappo_________ 1934 Steve Nappo________ 1983-86 John Narog___________ 1946

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O John Opfer

Thomas Oatmeyer___ 1962-64 Charles O’Brien______ 1952-53 Edward O’Brien Jack O’Brien________ 1934-36 Terry O’Conner________ 1977 Eugene O’Donnell___ 1947-48 Joseph O’Grady_____ 1956-58 Andy O’Hara________ 1998-99 Darryl O’Shei________ 1989-91 Walter Olean Branden Oliver_______2010Joseph Oliverio______ 1958-60 Greg Olma____________ 1982 John Olson_________ 1946-48 Walter Olson________ 1946-49 John Ondesko_________ 1987 William O’Neill______ 1961-62 John Opfer_________ 1995-98 Edward O’Reilly______ 1947-50 Joseph Oscsodal_____ 1964-65 Kevin O’Shaughnessy___ 1981 Thomas Osika_________ 1970 Matt Ostrowski______ 2008-11 Norbert Ostrozmy______ 1960 Eric Otis____________ 1993-95 Barrett Ouimette______ 1994 Jim Owens___________ 1985 Mike Owens__________ 1979 Gene Oyer____________ 1994 Gokhan Ozkan______ 2009-12

P Steve Pitts

Todd Pace__________ 1993-96 Bob Pack___________ 1981-83 Taylor Packwood______ 2006 Jim Painter___________ 1988 Robert Painter_________ 1938 Joe Palko_____________ 1988 Len Palumbo________ 1985-89 Mark Panepinto_____ 1985-87 Anthony Panzica_______ 1949 Tony Paoli__________ 2005-06 Raymond Paolini____ 1957-59 John Papsidero________ 1952 Joseph Papsidero____ 1950-52 Joseph Parisi__________ 1989 Drew Parry___________ 1990 Jared Patterson______ 2003-06 Pat Patterson________ 1967-69 Robert Patterson______ 1955 Alex Paul___________ 1949-50 Gerald Pawcowski_____ 1962 Gerry Pawloski________ 1964 Ryan Paxson_________2012Eric Payne Terry Peden_________ 2009-10 Eric Pedley__________ 1981-83 S. Pelczynski__________ 1934 Tom Pelkey Sig Pelson____________ 1934 Dallas Pelz__________ 2000-03 Ronald Pento_________ 1961 Jim Pepe_____________ 1979 Charles Percival________ 1942 Tony Percival________ 1981-82 Emanuel Perdix________ 1947 Dave Perkins__________ 1983 Julius Perlini________ 1952-53 Albert Perillo__________ 1947 Roger Perkins_______ 1938-41 Richard Perno_______ 1951-53 Antonio Perry____ 1994-95, 98 Edward Perry_______ 1968-70 Edward Perry_________ 1988 Jim Perry_____________ 1985 Keon Perry___________ 2006 Maurice Perry____ 1994, 96-97 David Pescrillo________ 1970 Joe Petit___________ 2009-11 Paul Petosa_________ 1988-90 Scott Pettigrew___ 2008-09, 11-12 Tim Pfohl Gerry Philbin________ 1961-63 Doug Phillip__________ 1970 Jeff Phillips___________ 1983 Paul Phillips___________ 1949 Rich Phillips___________ 1977 William Pickard________ 1947 John Pieroni__________ 1988 Alex Pierre__________ 2006-09 Enrico Pierre________ 1996-99 Dominic Piestrak_____ 1962-64 Scott Pilkey_________ 1989-90 Eric Pipkins_________ 1996-99 Richard Pirozzio_______ 1965 P.J. Piskorik_________ 2003-04 Joseph Pitcher______ 1953-54 Steve Pitts__________ 1987-89 Travis Pitzonka_______2012Raymond Plewacki_____ 1940 Gary Plotycia__________ 1979 Andrew Podlucky____ 1951-52 Frankie Pointer________ 2006 Eric Polanski________ 1988-90 E. Greenard Poles____ 1964-66 Tony Policare________ 1990-92 Emil Pollak__________ 1936-38 Clifton Poodry_________ 1962 Herbert Pordum_____1951, 57 Bob Porter____________ 1988 Andy Potts Al Potyok_____________ 1970 Dan Poulsen________ 1995-98 William Potter

James Potts__________2012William Powell______ 1947-48 Ted Powers___________ 1988 John Powley________ 1959-60 Chuck Powrie_________ 1967 Maurice Powsner______ 1942 Javunt Pratt_________1998, 00 Kevin Pratt_________ 1979-81 Matt Prelewicz______ 1990-93 Joe Previll____________ 1977 Donald Price__________ 1977 Floyd Price_________ 1947-48 Frank Price___________ 1979 Patrick Price________ 1960-61 A.J. Principe_________ 2007-10 Chris Pristupa Eric Privateer David Pruce_________ 1997-00 Brent Pry_____________ 1990 Przywara_____________ 1956 John Pryzbycien_____ 1967-68 Dennis Przykuta_____ 1964-65 Ronald Pugh________ 1964-65 Dave Purdie__________ 1988 James Pusateri________ 1963 Norman Pysikiewicz__ 1954-56

Q Gary Quatrani

Gary Quatrani_______ 1978-80 Dan Quigley__________ 1989 Gerry Quinlivan_____ 1981-84 Mark Quinn_________ 2000-01

R Louis Reale

John Rachuna_______ 2009-10 Jesse Rack__________ 2006-09 Thomas Radich______ 1951-53 Mike Radon___________ 2002 Doug Radwanski____ 1989-90 Frank Radzwill_______ 1947-49 Pat Rahill_____________ 1983 Ron Rakowski_________ 1970 Bernard Ralph_________ 1959 Harold Rambath_____ 1940-41 Albert Randaccio______ 1948 Mike Ransom_________ 1989 R. Ranus____________ 1959-61 Peter Rao___________ 1953-55 Tom Rao_____________ 1956 John Rappole_______ 1934-35 Leo Ratamess_______ 1962-64 James Ratel_________ 1962-65 Dave Rath__________ 1987-88 Gerald Ratkewicz____ 1961-62 R. Ratkewicz Robert Ray_________ 1950-52 Mark Raymond________ 1990 Louis Reale_________ 1956-58 Pete Rech____________ 1948 Adam Redden________2010Jake Reeder_________ 2010-12 Richard Reeve_________ 1960 Mike Regan Jim Reger____________ 1977 Dwayne Reid__________ 2005 Frank Reid__________ 1967-69 Jack Reid_____________ 1947 Eugene Reilly_______ 1959-61 Frank Reilly_________ 1988-90 Jim Remillard_______ 1965-67

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James Renaldo________ 1954 Ted Rene_____________ 2005 Robert Repp__________ 1940 Randy Retzlaff_________ 1979 Tom Renzi Michael Rhodes_____ 1948-49 Joe Riccelli_________ 1967-68 Gary Rice___________ 2005-08 Robert E. Rich_______ 1934-35 Sam Rich___________ 1949-50 Jamey Richard______ 2004-07 Mark Richardson_____ 2010-11 Solomon Richberg___ 2009-10 Theodore Ricmert______ 1955 Dave Richner________ 1967-68 Earl Riddall___________ 1930 Ronald Ridolfi_______ 1964-65 Thomas Ridolfi______ 1964-65 Doug Rifenburg_______ 1989 P.J. Riga______________ 1990 Leroy Riley__________ 1960-61 Tony Ringo___________ 1981 John Rio___________ 1968-70 Rodney Rishel_______ 1965-67 Michael Rissell______ 1965-67 Catalino Rivera________ 1977 Jeff Rivera____________ 1990 Jonathan Rivera_____ 1988-89 Marcus Rivers_______ 2008-11 Gary Robb____________ 1994 Kendall Roberson_____2011Earl Roberts___________ 1919 Andy Robertson Todd Robertson_____ 2004-07 James Robie__________ 1964 Dane Robinson______ 2006-09 Ernie Robinson________ 1977 James Robison______ 1947-48 Jim Rodriguez_______ 1978-80 Rick Rodriguez______ 1990-92 Dan Rogan Bo Rogers__________ 1997-98 Craig Rohlfs_________ 1998-01 James Roll____________ 1946 Lawrence Rolle______ 2008-09 James Romano Dave Romanowski_____ 1990 William Roof_____1959, 60, 61 Naaman Roosevelt___ 2006-09 Bernard Rosenberg___ 1938-39 Jud Rosengrant________ 1926 Robert Rosenwie____ 1989-90 Millard Rosing_________ 1941 Warren Rosing______ 1934-35 Gary Rosner__________ 1988 Shawn Ross___________ 1982 Frank Rossi Mike Rossi__________ 1981-82 Josh Roth__________ 1996-99 Larry Rothman______ 1978-80 B. Rubach____________ 1934 William Rudick______ 1946-48 Alpeowsus Ruggiero_ 1946-48 Robert Ruhlman_______ 1939 Roland Ruhlman_____ 1938-39 David Rundberg David Runyan_______ 1948-50 Erik Rusin__________ 1996-99 Casey Russell________ 2001-04 Jeff M. Russell_______ 1985-87 Jeff S. Russell__________ 1987 William Russo_______ 1947-48 Dave Ruszala________ 1985-88 Matt Rutkowski________ 1956 Ken Rutkowski______ 1967-68 James Ryan_________ 1961-62 Joe Ryan_____________ 1979 Tony Rykken__________ 1983 Rick Rzeszotarski_______ 1990

S Jay Shields

Sherwan Saaty______ 2004-05 Don Sabo__________ 1967-68

Stephen Salasny_____ 1958-60 Trevor Sales__________2012Chad Salisbury______ 1997-98 Bernard Saltzman____ 1949-50 Steve Samis___________ 1987 Stewart Sampsel__ 2003, 05-06 Bob Sanborn__________ 1934 Aaron Sanders______ 2002-05 John Sanders_______ 2009-10 Sam Sanders________ 1957-59 Richard Sanders_____ 2002-05 Floyd Sanderson_______ 1950 John Sandusky______ 1993-96 Alfred Sanelli__________ 1940 John Saratori__________ 1979 Mike Sarratori_________ 1982 Dan Saskowski______ 1981-82 Scott Savickas_________ 1970 G. Savitsky____________ 1954 Paul Scalenta_________ 1965 John Scalla___________ 1979 John Scanlon_______ 1987-88 Angelo Scappa________ 1979 C. Scarpino___________ 1954 Scott Schaffer_________ 1986 Todd Schaffer_______ 1993-94 Edward Schano________ 1940 Chris Scharon_______ 2005-08 Mark Schieber Michael Schifano____ 2002-05 Rich Schifano_________ 1986 Jim Schiro__________ 1981-82 Dan Schlatterer Mike Schleelein______ 1994-96 David Schmidli________ 1998 Brian Schmidt_________ 1979 Joe Schmidt__________ 1985 Mark Schmidt_______ 1986-87 Tim Schmidt________ 2003-04 John Schneider________ 1981 Theodore Schneider__ 1946-48 Rob Schroeder______ 2002-05 William Schultz________ 1935 Steve Schulz________ 1985-87 Jacob Schum_______ 2010-11 Charles Schwab_____ 1941-42 Franklyn Schwaneflugel Ricky Schwartz________ 1977 Todd Schwartz________ 1994 Richard Schwertfager_1956-57 Anthony Scott_______1994, 96 Charles Scott________ 1958-60 Cliff Scott___________ 1991-94 Kenny Scott_________ 2009-10 Trevor Scott_________ 2004-07 Gerald Scull___________ 1951 Ronald Sears________ 2005-07 Rob Sechrist________ 1981-83 Randall Secky_______ 2001-04 Don Seider___________ 1977 William Selent_______ 1959-61 Daniel Sella_________ 1964-66 Leonard Serfustini___ 1946-48 Russell Service________ 1934 Rocco Setaro________ 1941-42 John Seubert_________ 1934 K. Shaken Ordean Shanabrook__ 1950-52 Davonte Shannon____ 2007-10 Robert Shapiro________ 1941 Jeff Sharp____________ 1981 Mike Sharrow_______ 1968-70 Brandon Shaughnessy___1997-00 Tom Shaughnessy___ 2000-03 Donald Shea__________ 1946 Dan Shefferly_______ 1996-99 Chris Shelly_________ 1998-01 Steve Sherman______ 1988-89 George Shero_______ 1946-47 Witney Sherry________2011Richard Sherwood_____ 1941 Ryan Sherwood-Ericcson__ 2003-04 Jay Shields_________ 1986-88 Robert Shields______ 1938-40 Joseph Shifflet______ 1958-60 Dan Shiskowski Dave Short_________ 1988-90 Greg Simmons________ 1977 Richard Shine_______ 1963-64 Robert Sieber_________ 1946 Stanley Siedlecki_____ 1969-70 Ben Siegel____________ 1934 Glenn Siembor________ 1987 Felix Siezega__________ 1948 Jake Silas____________2012James Simon________ 1946-49

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football Bob Sinclair___________ 1965 Eugene Singer________ 1940 Dahnel Singfield__ 1998-00, 02 Gary Sirface_________ 1981-82 William Sitler________ 1961-62 Rich Siudzinski________ 1952 Nick Sizemore_________ 2009 Raymond Skaine_______ 1958 Bernard Skerker Jeff Skibitski__________ 1983 Lee Skinner__________2011John Slack____________ 1962 Bob Sloan____________ 1990 Martin Slominski_______ 1939 Jason Smalarz_______ 2000-02 Eugene Small_______ 1938-40 John Smigelski________ 1965 John Smine___________ 1968 Andrae Smith_______2005, 08 Andrew Smith_________ 1988 Anthony Smith Brandon Smith________ 1903 Doc Smith__________ 1992-93 Harold Smith________ 1935-40 Jack Smith__________ 1938-40 Jim Smith____________ 1979 John Smith______ 1934-35, 39 Leo Smith__________ 1938-40 Patrick Smith__________ 2007 Phil Smith____________ 1970 Richie Smith________ 2008-11 Sheldon Smith________ 1994 Todd Smith___________ 1990 Tory Smith__________ 1997-00 Philip Smolinski_____ 1951-52 Dan Snow__________ 1986-87 Kristjan Sokoli________2011Victor Sominsky R. Sommer_________ 1960-61 Averel Snyder_________ 1977 Keith Snyder__________ 1942 Paul Snyder_________ 1954-56 Sidney Snyder_______ 1939-42 A.J. Sobodosh_________ 1987 Ken Soltis____________ 2002 Steve Sosnowski_______ 1989 Ronald Spacht Carlos Spencer______ 1997-00 John Spencer_________ 1967 Lance Speziale________ 1987 Tony Spina Jason Springer Greg Spinola________ 1981-82 Rich Squillace_______ 1986-88 Azzaam Stallsworth____ 1902 Franklin Stamer_____ 1946-47 Daniel Stanley_______ 1955-56 James Starks________ 2006-08 Roy Starly John Stawicki_______ 1956-57 Robert Steffenhagen_ 1953-54 Mike Steigerwald____ 1988-89 Jacob Steinhart________ 1939 Josh Stello__________ 1997-99 Gary Stenger Eugene Stephens Mike Stepien__________ 1983 Ronald Stepman_____ 1956-58 Stanley Stevens_______ 1982 Mark Stillman_________ 1979 Robert Stiscak_______ 1968-70 Henry Stipp___________ 1946 Jake Stockman_______2011Robert Stockwell______ 1950 John Stofa__________ 1961-63 Jim Stojak__________ 1981-82 Marshall Stoll_________ 1934 Marvin Stolper________ 1940 Carlton Stone_________ 1990 Bill Stonecypher_____ 1988-91 Chris Storr__________ 2006-09 Richard Stowell______ 1936-38 Robert Stransky_____ 1936-38 Dwellie Striggles______2011Kareem Stroman_____ 1993-94 Jim Stropa__________ 1983-85 Richard Stuck_________ 1955 Mike Stumpf________ 1997-99 Harley Styer__________ 1940 Chris Style__________ 1989-90 Ramon Suarez Donald Suclinya_____ 1990-93 Jason Sulenski___ 1990, 93-94 John Summers________ 1982 Steve Svec Theodore Swales______ 1939

Anthony Swan______ 1994-97 Barry Swane__________ 1979 James Sweeny________ 1981 Walter Swiderski_______ 1965 Greg Szeliga__________ 1987 Matthew Szslowski___ 1949-51 Paul Szymendera____ 1958-60 John Syty__________ 2008-11

V Tom Vigneau

T Andre Thomas

Keith Takeh__________2011Adam Tanalski_________ 2006 Brad Tanton_________ 1997-99 Adam Tardif_________ 1994-96 Gary Tartick___________ 1979 Anthone Taylor_______2011, Bryant Taylor Mike Taylor_________ 1997-00 Mark Taylor_________ 1994-96 William Taylor_______ 1964-65 Tim Teicher_________ 1986-87 James Teppett_________ 1947 Tony Teresi___________ 1951 Charles Termini________ 1979 Paul Terrsnova_________ 1979 John Testa____________ 1957 Brandon Thermilus___ 2007-10 David Thom__________ 1979 Andre Thomas______ 1998-99 Chris Thomas Josh Thomas________ 2007-10 Seth Thomas________ 1897-00 Stephen Thomas_____ 1904-05 Mike Thompson_____ 2006-08 M. Tilghman__________ 1934 Bill Tipton__________ 1993-96 Charles Tirone_______ 1956-58 Owen Tober__________ 1970 Antonio Toledo________ 1990 Anthony Tomei Jim Tompkins_________ 1979 Wade Tompkins_____ 1987-88 Gary Tong____________ 1987 William Townsend_____ 1948 Bryant Lee Traylor____ 1988-89 Josh Trexler_________ 1996-99 Donald Tripi__________ 1959 Joseph Tripodi________ 1941 Alfred Trybuszewski__ 1939-41 Paul Tzinieris__________ 1977

U O.D. Underwood

O.D. Underwood_____ 1986-87 Art Ungerer___________ 1927 Chad Upshaw_______ 2003-06 George Ursitti_________ 1950 Andy Utz___________ 1985-88 Mike Utz___________ 1982-83

John Va Bramer________ 1981 John Valentic_______ 1960-62 Craig Valentine______ 1988-89 Gary Valentine________ 1988 Melvin Vancuren_______ 1958 Barry Vandeburgh_____ 1970 Dan Van Dusen________ 1970 James Vann_________ 2003-05 Richard Van Valkenburg__1956-58 Tim Van Wie Ruben Vargas_______ 2000-01 Walter Vaughn______ 1934-36 Jim Vaux___________ 1977-79 Dan Vecchies__________ 1979 Ben Verrico___________ 1956 Jaleel Verser________ 2010-11 George Vesoz_________ 1947 Tom Vigneau________ 1968-70 Derek Villnave_________ 1990 Josh Violanti________ 2008-11 Pete Violas____________ 1982 James Viterna_______1952, 55 Richard Vittorini_______ 1964 William Volkert________ 1940 R. Vorhis_____________ 1897 George Voskerchian____ 1951 Greg Vrantsis__________ 2004

W John White

John Wactawski_______ 1951 Johnny Wade_________ 1977 Dennis Waggoner______ 1969 Paul Waldmiller________ 1953 Todd Waldron_______ 1983-86 Daniel Walgate______ 1967-69 Fred Walentynowicz____ 1956 Duane Walker_________ 1985 Rich Walker_________ 1993-95 Theron Walker_______ 1997-00 Herb Wall_____________ 1979 Dalonte Wallace_____ 2009-12 Evan Wallace________ 2005-06 Reg Wallace___________ 1977 Herbert Wallens_____1941, 46 Vincent Walsh_______ 1949-50 Norb Waslm__________ 1951 Greg Walters__________ 1968 Mark Waple Chester Ward_______ 1931-32 Fred Warnick__________ 1962 Keith Warren________ 1993-96 Philip Warren_________ 2005 Bennie Washington__ 1965-67 Derek Wasiak Edward Wasielewski____ 1951 Bill Wasson___________ 1941 Kali Watkins_________ 1995-98 Brian Watson________ 2003-06 Frank Watson_______ 1955-56 Mike Watson Colby Way___________2010Bernie Weber_______ 1981-83 Eric Weber_______ 2001, 03-04 James Webber______ 1964-65 Ben Weedon________ 1947-48 Lorne Weeks________ 1941-42 Bob Wegrzyn_________ 1985 Bill Weidner_________ 1988-90 George Weine_________ 1934

87

Matt Weiser__________2012Gerry Weissinger_____ 2003-06 John Welch_________ 1957-58 James Wells___________ 1952 Richard Wells_______ 1965-67 John Welsh___________ 1956 Herman Wende________ 1955 Matt Werder________ 1990-93 Steve Wernick_________ 1981 Wesley Wertman_______ 1959 Stan Wescott__________ 1950 Raymond Weser_____ 1949-50 Barry Weslen__________ 1951 Jack Wesolowski_____ 1967-68 E. Wesp______________ 1934 Andrew West________ 2007-09 Scott Weybrecht_____ 1988-89 Raymond Whelan____ 1946-47 Bob Wheeler Larry Wickson_________ 1958 Gerald Wilbur_________ 1964 Lamar Wilcher_______ 2000-03 Bill Wilkinson__________ 1985 John Whieldon________ 1942 Graham Whinery____ 2009-12 Ernest White________ 1897-98 John White_________ 1981-82 Ken White____________ 1988 Pat Whitehead______ 1980-82 Morris Whiting________ 1948 Jack Whitman_______ 1946-47 James Wick_________ 1961-63 Derek Wicks__________ 1993 Kevin Wiggins_________ 2002 Harry Wilhelm_______ 1947-48 Duane Williams______ 2000-01 Gemara Williams_____ 2002-05 George Williams_______ 1988 Johnathan Williams__ 1987-88 Zach Williams_________ 2006 Larry Williams_________ 1977 Darius Willis__________ 2009 Drew Willy__________ 2005-08 Brian Wilson________ 1981-82 Mike Wilson_________ 1956-58 Pat Wilson_______ 2010, 12Tyrone Wilson_______ 2003-04 William Wilson______ 1934-38 Hurbert Winfield, Jr.____ 1994 William Winnett_____ 1969-70 Justin Winters_______ 2007-10 C. Winzer___________ 1960-62 Andy Wisepart________ 1983 Dan Withers__________ 1986 Raymond Wodarczak____1946-49 Steve Wojciechowski__ 1985-87 Arthur Woelfle______ 1941-42 Francis Woidzik______ 1955-57 Chris Wojtas________ 1990-94 Chris Wolf__________ 1967-69 James Wolf___________ 1946 Jim Wolfe___________ 1960-62 Peter Wolkodoff_____ 1946-48 Tom Wood__________ 1977-78 Ben Woods_________ 2004-07 Jeff Woodring_________ 1988 Barney Woodward___ 1968-69 Jim Worosz___________ 1979 Dale Worrall________ 1989-90 Irv Wright____________ 1967 Jim Wroblewski______ 1982-83 C. Wrotniak___________ 1934 Ed Wu Michael Wuest______ 1964-65 Mike Wycoki________ 1982-83 Robert Wynes_________ 1934

Cy Young_____________ 1952 Ed Young___________ 2008-11 Londell Young_______ 1996-97 Stephen Young________ 1961

Z Erik Zeppuhar

Karl Zalar___________ 1968-70 Henry Zagara_________ 1979 Dave Zauner________ 1985-87 John Zedick___________ 1947 John Zeek____________ 1968 Joseph Zelmanski____ 1968-70 Erik Zeppuhar_______ 2001-04 Phil Zickel____________ 1981 John Ziegler__________ 1970 Gene Zinni___________ 1958 Gene Zinni___________ 1985 Alex Zordich_________2010Dan Zugelder_______ 1986-89 Christopher Zugo______ 1988 Stan Zuk___________ 1933-34 Alfred Zwolinski_____ 1947-50

Y Londell Young

Nick Yacobucci________ 1941 Robert Yanchuk_____ 1958-59 Robert Yealu________ 2005-06 Robert Yerge________ 1956-58 Craig Yesensky________ 1990

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS 1894-1896 No Coaches on Record 1-2-4 (.429) n/a n/a n/a n/a Nov. 7 n/a n/a

1894 (0-1-1) 6 Hobart 12 0 at Rochester 0 1895 (0-1-1) 4 Rochester 6 6 Rochester 6 1896 (1-0-2) 6 Syracuse 6 6 Hobart 6 6 St. Bonaventure 5

1897 C.W. Dibble 7-0 (1.000) n/a n/a n/a n/a Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

1897 (7-0-0) 16 Hamilton 32 Niagara 26 Union 16 Western Reserve 16 Syracuse 10 Syracuse 28 Hobart

1922 Jim Batterson 1-5-0 (.167)

1904-1914 No Varsity Teams

1915 Frank Pleasant 3-3-0 (.500) n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

1915 (3-3-0) 6 Hobart 20 7 Rochester 3 6 Alfred 0 6 St. Bonaventure 0 0 Geneva 29 7 Grove City 10

Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 19 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 25

6 0 0 6 0 0 0

Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 30 n/a n/a Nov. 10 Nov. 29 n/a n/a Sept. 28 n/a Oct. 5 Oct. 26 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 8 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

1903 Ray Turnbull 3-3-0 (.500) n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

1903 (3-3-0) 0 Hobart 0 Rochester 10 Niagara 17 Niagara 0 Allegheny 14 Westminster

12 47 8 6 23 0

1923 (2-5-1) 40 Roch. Optometry 0 0 Thiel 29 6 at Alfred 16 7 Clarkson 7 7 Hamilton 6 0 at Hobart 7 6 Rochester 13 0 at Holy Cross 34

1924-28 Russ Carrick 5-30-2 (.162)

1898-1902 No Coach on Record 17-8-3 (.661) Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 8 Nov. 24

0 15 6 18 19 27

1923 James Bond 2-5-1 (.313)

1916-21 Art Powell 13-22-5 (.388)

1898 (4-1-0) 12 Rensselaer 5 0 Cornell 27 29 Case Tech 0 23 Colgate 0 36 Bucknell 5 1899 (6-0-0) 6 Rochester 0 18 Case Tech 0 16 Syracuse 0 51 Hobart 0 5 Western Reserve 0 30 Bucknell 0 1900 (1-1-2) 0 Western Reserve 0 0 at Case Tech 0 0 Columbia 17 10 Penn State 0 1901 (4-2-0) 6 Western Reserve 17 6 Case Tech 0 5 Columbia 0 5 Oberlin 0 16 Lehigh 0 0 Michigan 128 1902 (2-4-1) 0 Bucknell 29 0 Columbia 5 0 Hobart 0 0 Western Reserve 22 6 Rochester 0 0 Alfred 12 28 Niagara 0

1922 (1-5-0) 12 Mechanics Inst. 13 Thiel 0 Alfred 0 Clarkson 0 at Rochester 10 Hobart

1916 (3-5-2) 6 Hobart 2 Rochester 0 Hamilton 0 Allegheny 7 Westminster 0 St. Bonaventure 9 Thiel 0 Geneva 0 Grove City 0 Detroit 1917 (4-4-0) n/a 45 Hobart n/a 28 Rochester n/a 0 Hamilton n/a 0 Westminster n/a 6 St. Bonaventure n/a 27 Thiel n/a 7 Detroit n/a 12 Mansfield 1918 (3-1-0) n/a 0 Ithaca n/a 41 Niagara n/a 19 Rochester n/a 81 Hobart 1919 (0-5-1) n/a 6 Hobart n/a 0 Rochester n/a 0 Westminster n/a 6 St. Bonaventure n/a 0 Detroit n/a 0 St. Lawrence 1920 (1-4-0) n/a 0 Thiel n/a 0 St. Lawrence n/a 3 at Alfred n/a 2 Hobart n/a 12 Canisius 1921 (2-3-2) Oct. 8 0 Thiel Oct. 15 0 at Bethany n/a 7 Alfred Nov. 15 54 St. Stephen’s Nov. 12 12 at Allegheny Nov. 19 0 at Hobart n/a 0 at Rensselaer n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Oct. 4. Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

0 14 19 29 0 12 7 7 0 0

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 30 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

0 0 6 7 13 7 20 6

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

25 0 6 0

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

21 33 6 6 25 23

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

13 20 7 20 0 0 42 0 0 22 37 0

1924 (1-7-0) 7 Westminster 16 0 Alfred 9 7 St. Lawrence 0 0 at Davis & Elkins 48 0 Clarkson 26 7 at Rochester 21 6 Hobart 13 0 G. Washington 6 1925 (3-4-1) 2 Toledo 0 0 Westminster 8 0 Rochester 0 0 Davis & Elkins 39 6 at Alfred 0 10 Clarkson 2 0 at Hobart 13 0 at G. Washington 59 1926 (0-7-0) 13 Hobart 42 0 Rochester 32 0 Niagara 60 0 Alfred 6 0 Westminster 38 2 Clarkson 20 6 Toledo 33 1927 (0-6-1) 0 Hobart 49 0 Rochester 47 0 Niagara 34 0 Alfred 0 0 Westminster 43 7 St. Lawrence 20 0 Clarkson 19 1928 (1-6-0) 0 Hobart 38 0 Rochester 36 0 Niagara 38 0 St. Lawrence 12 6 Clarkson 19 12 Long Island 0 0 Edinboro 35

1929-1930 Jay “Biffy” Lee 8-7-0 (.533) n/a

88

1929 (5-2-0) 7 at Upsala

14

Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

20 Alfred 12 Clarkson 0 Rochester 13 at Long Island 27 Hiram 13 at Hobart 1930 (3-5-0) Sept. 27 2 Carnegie Tech Oct. 4 0 at Fordham Oct. 11 0 at Alfred Oct. 18 6 Hamilton Oct. 25 6 at Clarkson Nov. 1 6 at Rochester Nov. 8 39 Upsala

12 9 20 0 12 7 75 71 20 0 14 24 0

1931 Bill Pritchard 2-6-0 (.250) Nov. 15 20 Hobart 1931 (2-6-0) Sept. 26 0 Carnegie Tech Oct. 3 0 Dartmouth Oct. 10 20 at Alfred Oct. 17 2 at Hamilton Oct. 24 0 Clarkson Oct. 31 7 Rochester Nov. 7 6 Notre Dame B Nov. 14 29 at Hobart

6 25 61 13 6 13 14 33 6

1932-33 Jim Wilson (‘50-51*) 12-15-3 (.450)

1932 (1-5-1) 0 at Cornell 0 at Harvard 6 Alfred 0 at Clarkson 7 Rochester 0 Western Reserve 6 Hobart 1933 (2-3-2) Sept. 30 0 Niagara Oct. 7 0 Hamilton Oct. 14 12 Alfred Oct. 21 0 Clarkson Oct. 28 19 Adrian n/a 0 Hobart n/a 7 at W. Reserve Sept. 23 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 12

72 66 6 41 12 11 0 28 15 12 20 14 0 6

1934-35 George Van Bibber 4-10-1 (.409) 1934 (2-4-1) 0 Niagara 0 Hamilton 0 Western Reserve 14 at Alfred 8 Toledo 0 at Clarkson 13 Hobart 1935 (2-6-0) Sept. 28 0 Baldwin-Wallace Oct. 5 0 Hamilton Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

27 0 33 0 0 27 19 55 20

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0 7 0 0 13 6

Western Reserve Alfred Wayne State Clarkson Hobart Toledo

61 0 14 32 12 19

1936-47 Jim Peele 38-34-1 (.527)

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23

1936 (5-3-0) 26 Defiance 6 29 at Rochester 2 27 at Alfred 0 19 Hiram 12 0 at Clarkson 41 2 Hobart 52 6 at Wayne State 14 12 Rensselaer 0 1937 (4-4-0) 14 at Allegheny 7 12 Rochester 7 13 Alfred 25 13 Kent State 0 12 Defiance 7 7 at Hobart 12 6 Wayne State 23 12 at Rensselaer 13 1938 (2-6-0) 2 at City Coll. of NY 15 6 Manchester 21 0 at Alfred 7 0 at Kent State 52 47 Allegheny 0 0 Hobart 19 0 at Wayne State 35 26 Renssaeler 7 1939 (0-7-0) 0 Susquehanna 6 0 City College of NY 19 0 Alfred 14 0 at Lehigh 22 7 Connecticut 25 0 at Hobart 20 0 at Wayne State 20 1940 (3-5-0) 6 at Susquehanna 20 20 Drexel 13 0 at Williams 27 0 at Alfred 19 7 at Connecticut 6 7 City College of NY 6 7 Hobart 19 0 Wayne State 6 1941 (3-4-1) 19 Susquehanna 0 6 at City Coll. of NY 0 6 at Drexel 19 6 Wash. & Jeff. 14 0 at Alfred 14 0 Lehigh 0 12 at Hobart 7 6 Rensselaer 21 1942 (6-2-0) 19 at Susquehanna 0 20 St. Lawrence 0 7 at Wash. & Jeff. 13 50 Hartwick 6 14 Carnegie Tech 27

Oct. 30 26 at Johns Hopkins 6 Nov. 7 66 Hobart 0 Nov. 14 13 at Rensselaer 0

Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 17

1943-1945 No Varsity Teams 1946 (7-2-0) 40 Moravian 28 at Rensselaer 20 at Hobart 0 Bucknell 20 Wayne State 32 at Bethany 20 Alfred 28 at Carnegie Tech 36 Johns Hopkins 1947 (8-1-0) Sept. 19 27 Niagara Sept. 26 7 at Moravian Oct. 4 14 Rensselaer Oct. 11 54 Hobart Oct. 18 40 at Alfred Oct. 25 12 at Wayne State Nov. 1 40 Bethany Nov. 8 50 St. Lawrence Nov. 15 14 at Bucknell Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

7 13 7 20 25 6 12 0 0 14 0 7 0 7 32 6 7 6

Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 14

1948 (6-1-1) 0 at Colgate 39 Hobart 39 at Rensselaer 8 Alfred 41 at Wash. & Jeff. 48 at Louisville 13 Niagara 47 Bucknell 1949 (6-3-0) Sept. 24 0 at Colgate Oct. 1 26 Niagara Oct. 8 26 Rensselaer Oct. 15 32 at Alfred Oct. 22 7 St. Lawrence Oct. 29 7 Bucknell Nov. 5 26 Wash. & Jeff. Nov. 12 39 at Rhode Island Nov. 19 20 at Ohio

Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

25 0 21 0 14 13 13 13

1950 (5-3-0) 13 at Cortland 19 at Louisville 13 Niagara 13 Alfred 52 Brooklyn 33 Rhode Island 14 Ohio 34 at Rensselaer 1951 (4-4-0) Sept. 21 26 Cortland Sept. 29 13 Colgate Oct. 5 0 Ohio Wesleyan Oct. 13 13 at Alfred

62 6 27 20

1952 (1-7-0) 13 at Cortland 7 at Connecticut 0 Colgate 7 Lehigh 0 Bucknell 13 at W. Reserve 7 Alfred 12 St. Lawrence 1953 (1-5-1) 6 at Bucknell 12 Cortland 0 at Lehigh 6 Western Reserve 0 Findlay 0 at Alfred 20 Ohio Northern 1954 (2-7-0) 6 at Cortland 6 Brockport 0 at Hobart 0 Lafayette 7 at W. Reserve 0 Alfred 13 St. Lawrence 20 Brandeis

Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

33 47 13 26 22 35 19 6 35 12 27 26 34 47 0 20 19 45 26 35 25 6 52

1955-65 Dick Offenhamer 58-37-5 (.605)

Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

32 7 2 6 13 21 0 7 7

1950-51 Jim Wilson (’32-33*) 12-15-3 (.450) Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

at Bucknell Connecticut at Miami (OH) Rensselaer

1952-54 Fritz Febel 4-19-1 (.188)

1948-49 Frank Clair 12-4-1 (.735)

Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

32 20 7 33

Nov. 20 20 at Rensselaer 1955 (4-4-1) Sept. 24 7 Cortland Oct. 1 26 at Brockport Oct. 8 0 Hobart Oct. 14 29 at McMaster Oct. 22 13 Western Reserve Oct. 29 14 at Alfred Nov. 5 39 at St. Lawrence Nov. 12 13 Brandeis Nov. 19 45 Rensselaer 1956 (5-3-0) Sept. 22 26 at Cortland Sept. 26 13 Carnegie Tech Oct. 13 13 at W. Reserve Oct. 20 41 St. Lawrence

0 48 27 0 6 12 22 14 0 47 21 6

89

19 28 0 0 0 32 26 12 20 0 12 6 20 12

Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14

19 Alfred 26 31 at Bucknell 13 72 Ohio Northern 0 12 at Hobart 33 1957 (5-4-0) 14 at Carnegie Tech 9 6 Lafayette 13 6 Western Reserve 13 14 at St. Lawrence 6 15 at Alfred 0 33 Wayne State 7 0 Cortland 20 7 Lehigh 27 13 at Temple 6 1958 (8-1-0) 6 at Harvard 3 7 at Cortland 6 19 at Western Reserve 6 0 Baldwin-Wallace 26 34 Columbia 14 54 Temple 6 44 at Wayne State 14 34 at Lehigh 26 38 Bucknell 0 1959 (8-1-0) 28 at Temple 14 68 Cortland 2 21 at Bucknell 26 27 at Baldwin-Wallace 18 22 Western Reserve 2 16 at Youngstown St. 7 41 Rhode Island 6 19 Gettysburg 6 37 Marshall 12 1960 (4-6-0) 0 at Army 37 14 VMI 28 21 at Temple 12 0 at Bucknell 41 40 Youngstown St. 13 44 at WesternReserve 0 20 Colgate 28 24 Connecticut 31 36 at Gettysburg 6 14 Boston Univ. 42 1961 (4-5-0) 14 Gettysburg 6 24 at Boston Univ. 12 12 at Delaware 36 8 Holy Cross 20 6 at Villanova 28 30 Temple 3 30 at Connecticut 7 6 Bucknell 12 6 VMI 39 1962 (6-3-0) 27 at Boston Univ. 23 6 at Holy Cross 16 6 Villanova 36 20 Delaware 19 16 at Temple 13 6 Ohio University 41 28 at Bucknell 0 44 at Gettysburg 0 6 Colgate 0 1963 (5-3-1) 34 Gettysburg 0 7 at Ohio University 0 6 at Holy Cross 6 14 at Villanova 7 8 Marshall 10 22 Boston Univ. 13 6 at Delaware 34 0 at Boston College 15 23 Colgate 0 1964 (4-4-1) 34 at Boston Univ. 0 9 at Cornell 9 22 Massachusetts 24 12 at Marshall 14 14 VMI 10 14 Holy Cross 20 27 Delaware 0 28 Richmond 13 6 Colgate 7

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1965 (5-3-2) 6 at Boston College 18 13 Tampa 13 18 at Massachusetts 6 7 Boston Univ. 14 24 Richmond 0 0 Dayton 0 7 at Holy Cross 20 22 at Delaware 0 28 Colgate 0 20 at Villanova 7

1966-68 Doc Urich 18-12-0 (.600)

Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 22 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

8 Kent State 17 27 Dayton 0 7 Virginia Tech 21 33 Temple 0 35 at Boston College 21 24 at Villanova 14 1970 (2-9-0) 7 Ball State 14 6 Toledo 27 21 at Kent State 27 16 Massachusetts 13 7 Villanova 17 0 at Dayton 41 14 at Virginia Tech 31 16 Holy Cross 0 12 at Boston College 65 8 at Temple 21 21 at No. Illinois 43

No football

Oct. 31 0 at Edinboro 35 Nov. 7 0 Westminster 14 Nov. 14 21 at St. Lawrence 28 1982 (5-5-0) Sept. 11 28 at Cortland 31 Sept. 18 26 at Baldwin-Wallace 31 Sept. 25 14 Rochester 13 Oct. 2 44 Buffalo State 3 Oct. 9 35 at Canisius 13 Oct. 16 14 Ithaca 18 Oct. 23 52 Brockport 13 Oct. 30 15 Norwich 20 Nov. 6 42 at Albany 14 Nov. 13 21 at Alfred 24 1983 (8-2-0) Sept. 10 35 Cortland 0 Sept. 17 29 Baldwin-Wallace 28 Sept. 24 21 at Rochester 7 Oct. 1 7 at Buffalo State 24 Oct. 8 10 Canisius 6 Oct. 15 13 at Ithaca 28 Oct. 22 24 at Brockport 6 Oct. 29 31 at Norwich 21 Nov. 5 15 Albany 13 Nov. 12 47 Alfred 17 1984 (6-4-0) Sept. 8 7 at Cortland 23 Sept. 15 44 Mansfield 14 Sept. 22 35 Rochester 7 Sept. 29 6 Buffalo State 2 Oct. 6 19 at Canisius 10 Oct. 13 6 Ithaca 10 Oct. 20 44 Brockport 15 Oct. 27 0 at Alfred 17 Nov. 3 10 at Albany 33 Nov. 10 21 at Lock Haven 9 1985 (4-6-0) Sept. 14 31 Cortland 14 Sept. 21 19 at Mansfield 28 Sept. 28 35 at Rochester 28 Oct. 5 30 at Buffalo St. 11 Oct. 12 25 Canisius 34 Oct. 19 7 at Ithaca 23 Oct. 26 13 at Brockport 11 Nov. 2 7 Alfred 14 Nov. 9 0 Albany 20 Nov. 16 21 Lock Haven 23 1986 (9-2-0) Sept. 6 8 at Towson State 37 Sept. 13 23 at Cortland 22 Sept. 20 37 Buffalo State 7 Sept. 27 21 Rochester 19 Oct. 4 29 at Villanova 27 Oct. 11 38 at Canisius 7 Oct. 18 21 Ithaca 22 Oct. 25 21 Brockport 14 Nov. 1 13 at Alfred 10 Nov. 8 11 at Albany 10 Nov. 15 42 Frostburg State 7 1987 (3-7-0) Sept. 6 13 at Findlay 39 Sept. 19 41 at Buffalo State 6 Sept. 26 0 at C. Conn. St. 22 Oct. 3 0 Wagner 20 Oct. 10 14 Canisius 20 Oct. 17 0 at Ithaca 29 Oct. 24 28 at Brockport 7 Oct. 31 21 Alfred 20 Nov. 7 21 Albany 22 Nov. 14 13 at Frostburg State 19 1988 (2-8-0) Sept. 10 7 Findlay 3 Sept. 17 23 Buffalo State 24 Sept. 24 12 Westminster 14 Oct. 1 14 at Hofstra 43 Oct. 8 15 at Canisius 38 Oct. 15 3 Ithaca 36 Oct. 22 38 Brockport 7 Oct. 29 7 at Alfred 27 Nov. 5 20 at Albany 28 Nov. 12 9 Slippery Rock 17 1989 (4-6-0) Sept. 2 15 John Carroll 20 Sept. 9 3 at Findlay 39 Sept. 16 17 at Buffalo State 9

1971-1976

1977-89 Bill Dando 59-64-1 (.480)

Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23

1966 (5-5-0) 27 at Kent State 23 21 Cornell 28 28 Villanova 8 16 at Boston Univ. 26 3 at Dayton 13 21 at Boston College 22 35 Holy Cross 3 36 Delaware 6 8 at Tampa 27 25 Youngstown St. 16 1967 (6-4-0) 30 Kent State 6 6 at N. Carolina St. 24 12 at Virginia 35 44 Temple 14 6 Boston Univ. 0 26 at Boston College 14 25 at Holy Cross 38 38 at Delaware 19 23 at Villanova 41 31 Colgate 0 1968 (7-3-0) 10 at Iowa State 28 21 at Kent State 13 23 Massachusetts 0 12 at Boston College 31 29 Delaware 17 7 Villanova 28 10 Holy Cross 9 50 at Temple 40 20 at N. Illinois 7 13 at Boston U. 10

1969-70 Bob Deming 8-12-0 (.400)

1969 (6-3-0) Sept. 13 7 at Ball State 10 Sept. 20 17 Xavier 0 Sept. 27 16 at Massachusetts 6

Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Nov. 5 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 10 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24

1977 (0-3-1) 7 RIT 7 8 Canisius 22 7 at Brockport 17 14 Coast Guard 41 1978 (3-6-0) 14 at Cortland 35 13 John Carroll 17 35 Brockport 31 13 at Waynesburg 30 16 at Canisius 10 15 Albany 8 21 Rochester 31 25 at Coast Guard 29 12 Alfred 20 1979 (4-5-0) 17 Cortland 13 9 at John Carroll 3 25 at Brockport 32 29 Waynesburg 28 18 Canisius 21 12 at Albany 40 0 at Westminster 24 3 St. Lawrence 0 3 at Alfred 16 1980 (6-5-0) 14 at Brockport 13 20 at Cortland 14 3 Grove City 2 6 Hobart 0 9 at Rochester 7 24 Albany 27 14 at Canisius 17 0 at Dayton 55 10 Edinboro 34 7 at Baldwin-Wallace 43 31 Alfred 29 1981 (5-5-0) 34 Cortland 7 42 at Grove City 6 41 at Hobart 10 27 Wayne State 14 0 at Albany 32 15 Canisius 8 7 Dayton 14

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20 17 17 10 35 45 19

at Westminster Hofstra Canisius at Ithaca at Brockport Mercyhurst at Slippery Rock

34 3 31 30 21 6 24

1990-91 Sam Sanders 5-15-0 (.250)

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 4 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

1990 (2-8-0) 25 C. Connecticut St. 36 0 at Montclair State 21 12 Westminster 38 0 at Hofstra 44 29 at Canisius 30 21 Ithaca 42 35 Brockport 27 44 at Mercyhurst 29 6 S. Connecticut St. 14 16 East Stroudsburg 49 1991 (3-7-0) 21 at Lafayette 42 3 Montclair State 7 0 at Westminster 38 33 at Hofstra 38 49 Canisius 7 0 at Ithaca 50 30 at Brockport 28 49 Duquesne 0 21 at S. Conn. St. 49 25 at E. Stroudsburg 45

1992-94 Jim Ward 8-24-0 (.250)

1992 (4-6-0) 13 at Edinboro 35 48 at New Haven 69 28 at Lafayette 49 56 Mansfield 42 27 Morgan State 45 21 at Colgate 35 19 Buffalo State 15 26 Hofstra 15 60 at C. Conn. St. 27 21 at Central Florida 63 1993 (1-10-0) Sept. 4 27 Maine 30 Sept. 11 6 New Haven 38 Sept. 18 15 Lafayette 29 Sept. 25 17 Edinboro 28 Oct. 2 20 at Hofstra 28 Oct. 9 33 at Fordham 14 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7

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6 Buffalo State 13 14 Towson State 38 12 at Youngstown St. 38 33 at Boston Univ. 61 7 at Central Florida 42 1994 (3-8-0) 0 at James Madison 35 16 at Towson State 32 19 Lehigh 48 34 Cheyney 10 23 Colgate 10 7 Illinois State 17 21 at Hofstra 34 24 at Maine 21 3 Youngstown St. 27 7 at Western Illinois 49 0 at Central Florida 48

1995-2000 Craig Cirbus 19-47-0 (.288)

1999 (0-11, 0-8 MAC) Sept. 11 10 Akron* 17 Sept. 18 0 at Connecticut 23 Sept. 25 6 at Ohio* 45 Oct. 2 21 Northern Illinois* 45 Oct. 9 19 Central Michigan* 38 Oct. 16 17 at W. Michigan* 45 Oct. 23 3 Marshall* 59 Oct. 30 20 at Kent State* 41 Nov. 6 13 Hofstra 20 Nov. 13 21 at Virginia 50 Nov. 20 0 at Miami (OH)* 43 2000 (2-9, 2-6 MAC) Sept. 2 7 at Syracuse 63 Sept. 9 0 at Rutgers 59 Sept. 16 21 Connecticut 24 Sept. 23 20 Bowling Green* 17 Sept. 30 14 at Marshall* 47 Oct. 7 20 at Ohio* 42 Oct. 21 35 Ball State* 44 Oct. 28 10 at Northern Illinois* 73 Nov. 3 20 Kent State* (ot) 17 Nov. 11 14 at Akron* 49 Nov. 18 16 Miami (OH)* 17

Oct. 2 48 UCF* Oct. 9 21 at Akron* Oct. 16 7 Miami (OH)* Oct. 23 14 at Marshall* Nov. 4 7 Kent State* Nov. 13 36 C. Michigan* Nov. 20 0 at Connecticut 2005 (1-10, 1-7 MAC) Sept. 1 0 at Connecticut Sept. 10 0 at Syracuse Sept. 17 3 Rutgers Oct. 1 21 at W. Michigan* Oct. 8 7 Akron* Oct. 15 7 Bowling Green* Oct. 22 15 at Toledo* Oct. 29 20 Ohio* Nov. 5 13 at Miami (OH)* Nov. 12 10 at Kent State* Nov. 19 14 E. Michigan*

20 44 25 48 33 6 29 38 31 17 31 13 27 38 34 54 6 38

Aug. 28 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Sept. 3 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

1995 (3-8-0) 49 Fordham 13 17 Lafayette 24 19 at Illinois State 6 25 at Connecticut 26 3 Villanova 28 6 Maine 19 9 Massachusetts 33 14 at Hofstra 17 7 Central State 33 9 at Youngstown St. 6 40 Boston Univ. 54 1996 (8-3-0) 41 Illinois State 35 3 Connecticut 20 36 at Colgate 16 34 at Lehigh 20 17 Edinboro 7 41 Cornell 24 6 Youngstown St. 17 20 at Massachusetts 41 14 at Hofstra 10 24 New Haven 20 35 at Maine 31 1997 (2-9-0) 30 Lock Haven 7 28 at Illinois State 40 40 Delaware State 30 0 at Ohio 50 27 West Chester 30 0 at Connecticut 55 17 at Youngstown St. 52 20 Massachusetts 26 26 Hofstra 37 13 Maine 52 28 at Villanova 42 1998 (4-7-0) 13 at Maine 30 40 Lock Haven 17 16 at Lafayette 14 27 at Massachusetts 51 31 at Cornell 34 35 Morgan State 17 47 Canisius 0 24 at Liberty (ot) 27 6 Western Illinois 41 40 at Villanova 65 36 at Hofstra 44

17 13 13 40 21 31 29 24 42 9

at UCF 23 at Temple* 37 C. Michigan* 20 Gardner-Webb 3 Akron* 17 at W. Michigan (ot) 34 Bowling Green* 30 Ohio* 27 at Miami (OH)* 17 at Kent State* 6

2010Jeff Quinn 9-27 (.250)

2006-2009 Turner Gill 20-30 (.400)

2001-2005 Jim Hofher 8-49 (.140)

Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 18 Nov. 27

2006 (2-10, 1-7 MAC) Aug. 31 9 Temple (ot) 3 Sept. 9 40 at Bowling Green* (3ot) 48 Sept. 16 13 at No. Illinois* 31 Sept. 23 7 at #2 Auburn 38 Oct. 7 25 Ball State* 55 Oct. 15 31 Miami (OH)* 38 Oct. 21 7 at Ohio* 42 Oct. 28 0 at Boston College 41 Nov. 4 41 Kent State* 14 Nov. 9 16 at Akron* 31 Nov. 18 3 at Wisconsin 35 Nov. 24 28 C. Michigan* 55 2007 (5-7, 5-3 MAC) Aug. 30 3 at Rutgers 38 Sept. 8 42 at Temple* 7 Sept. 15 24 at Penn State 45 Sept. 22 21 Baylor 34 Sept. 29 14 at Ball State* 49 Oct. 6 31 Ohio* 10 Oct. 13 43 Toledo* 33 Oct. 20 12 at Syracuse 20 Oct. 27 26 Akron* 10 Nov. 3 28 at Miami (OH)* 31 Nov. 17 17 Bowling Green* 31 Nov. 24 30 at Kent State* (ot) 23 2008 (8-6, 5-3 MAC) MAC Champions Aug. 28 42 UTEP 17 Sept. 6 16 at Pittsburgh 27 Sept. 13 30 Temple* 28 Sept. 20 21 at Missouri 42 Sept. 27 25 at C. Michgan* 27 Oct. 11 28 W. Michigan* (ot) 34 Oct. 18 27 Army (ot) 24 Oct. 28 32 at Ohio* 19 Nov. 4 37 Miami (OH)* 17 Nov. 13 43 at Akron* (4ot) 40 Nov. 21 40 at Bowling Green*(2ot) 34 Nov. 28 21 Kent State 24 MAC Championship Dec. 5 42 vs. #14 Ball State 24 International Bowl Jan. 3 20 vs. Connecticut 38 2009 (5-7, 3-5 MAC) Sept. 5 23 at UTEP 17 Sept. 12 27 Pittsburgh 54

2001 (3-8, 1-7 MAC) Aug. 30 15 Rutgers 31 Sept. 8 0 at Bowling Green* 35 Sept. 22 37 at Connecticut 20 Sept. 29 8 Central Michigan* 16 Oct. 6 14 at Miami (OH)* 31 Oct. 13 14 Marshall* 34 Oct. 20 13 at Kent State* 35 Oct. 27 20 at E. Michigan* 24 Nov. 3 44 Ohio* 0 Nov. 10 26 at Army 19 Nov. 17 14 Akron* 41 2002 (1-11, 0-8 MAC) Aug. 29 26 Lehigh 37 Sept. 7 34 at Rutgers 11 Sept. 14 3 Connecticut 24 Sept. 21 17 at Minnesota 41 Sept. 28 32 at Ohio* 34 Oct. 5 17 W. Michigan* 31 Oct. 12 21 at Marshall* 66 Oct. 19 0 Miami (OH)* 49 Oct. 26 12 Kent State* 16 Nov. 9 21 Central Florida* 45 Nov. 16 10 at Akron* 21 Nov. 23 21 at Ball State* 41 2003 (1-11, 1-7 MAC) Aug. 30 10 at Rutgers 24 Sept. 6 7 at Iowa 56 Sept. 13 15 Colgate 38 Sept. 20 7 Connecticut 38 Sept. 27 21 Akron* 38 Oct. 4 10 at UCF* 19 Oct. 11 3 at Miami (OH)* 59 Oct. 18 16 Marshall* 26 Oct. 25 26 Ohio* 17 Nov. 1 29 at Toledo* 56 Nov. 8 9 Northern Illinois* 40 Nov. 22 24 at Kent State* 34 2004 (2-9, 2-6 MAC) Sept. 2 34 at E. Michigan* 37 Sept. 11 17 Syracuse 37 Sept. 18 13 at Nevada 38 Sept. 25 0 at Ohio* 34

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2010 (2-10, 1-7 MAC) Sept. 2 31 Rhode Island 0 Sept. 11 6 at Baylor 34 Sept. 18 10 UCF 24 Sept. 25 21 at Connecticut 45 Oct. 2 28 at Bowling Green* 26 Oct. 16 14 at No. Illinois* 45 Oct. 23 0 Temple* 42 Oct. 30 9 Miami (OH)* 21 Nov. 4 17 at Ohio* 34 Nov. 12 3 Ball State* 20 Nov. 20 17 E. Michigan* 21 Nov. 26 14 at Akron* 22 2011 (3-9, 2-6 MAC) Sept. 3 16 at Pittsburgh 35 Sept. 10 35 Stony Brook 7 Sept. 17 25 at Ball State* 28 Sept. 24 3 Connecticut 17 Oct. 1 10 at Tennessee 41 Oct. 8 38 Ohio* 37 Oct. 15 0 at Temple* 34 Oct. 22 30 Northern Illinois* 31 Oct. 29 13 at Miami (OH)* 41 Nov. 12 17 at E. Michigan* 30 Nov. 19 51 Akron* 10 Nov. 25 28 Bowling Green* 42 2012 (4-8, 3-5 MAC) Sept. 1 23 at #6 Georgia 45 Sept. 8 56 Morgan State 34 Sept. 19 7 Kent State* 23 Sept. 29 17 at Connecticut 24 Oct. 6 31 at Ohio* 38 Oct. 13 3 at No. Illinois* 45 Oct. 20 6 Pittsburgh 20 Oct. 27 20 Toledo* 25 Nov. 3 27 Miami (OH)* 24 Nov. 10 29 W. Michigan* 24 Nov. 17 29 at UMass* 19 Nov. 23 7 at Bowling Green* 21 *Mid-American Conference Games

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football Opponent Adrian Akron Albany Alfred Allegheny Army Auburn Baldwin-Wallace Ball State Baylor Bethany Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Brandeis Brockport Brooklyn Bucknell Buffalo State Canisius Carnegie Tech Case C. Connecticut State Central Florida Central Michigan Central State Cheyney CCNY Clarkson Coast Guard Colgate Columbia Connecticut Cornell Cortland Dartmouth Davis & Elkins Dayton Defiance Delaware Delaware State Detroit Drexel Duquesne East Stroudsburg Eastern Michigan Edinboro Findlay Fordham Frostburg State Gardner-Webb Geneva George Washington Georgia Gettysburg Grove City Hamilton Hartwick Harvard Hiram Hobart Hofstra

First W-L-T 1933 1-0-0 1999 4-9-0 1978 4-7-0 1902 19-23-3 1903 2-3-0 1960 2-1-0 2006 0-1-0 1958 2-4-0 1969 1-8-0 2007 0-2-0 1921 2-1-0 1963 2-6-0 1960 6-5-0 2000 3-7-0 1954 0-2-0 1954 13-3-0 1950 1-0-0 1898 7-9-0 1982 7-3-0 1920 9-8-0 1930 3-3-0 1898 3-0-1 1987 1-2-0 1992 1-7-0 1999 1-5-0 1995 0-1-0 1994 1-0-0 1938 2-2-0 1922 2-12-1 1977 0-2-0 1898 7-8-0 1900 2-2-0 1939 4-16-0 1898 1-4-1 1950 11-7-1 1931 0-1-0 1924 0-2-0 1965 1-4-1 1935 2-0-0 1961 6-2-0 1997 0-0-0 1916 0-2-1 1940 1-1-0 1991 1-0-0 1990 0-2-0 2001 0-5-0 1928 1-5-0 1953 1-3-0 1930 2-1-0 1986 1-1-0 2009 1-0-0 1915 0-2-0 1924 0-2-0 2012 0-1-0 1959 5-0-0 1915 2-1-1 1897 3-6-0 1942 1-0-0 1932 1-1-0 1929 2-0-0 1894 17-21-4 1988 3-9-0

COACHES RANKED BY WINS Coach Bill Dando (1977-89) Dick Offenhamer (1955-65) Jim Peelle (1936-47) Turner Gill (2006-09) Craig Cirbus (1995-2000) Doc Urich (1966-68) Art Powell (1916-21) Frank Clair (1948-49) Jim Wilson (1932-33, 50-51) Jeff Quinn (2010- ) Bob Deming (1969-70) Jim Ward (1992-94)

Holy Cross Illinois State Iowa Iowa State Ithaca James Madison John Carroll Johns Hopkins Kent State Lafayette Lehigh Liberty Lock Haven Long Island Louisville Maine Manchester Mansfield Marshall Massachusetts McMaster (Canada) Mechanics Institute Mercyhurst Miami (Ohio) Michigan Minnesota Missouri Montclair State Moravian Morgan State Nevada New Haven Niagara North Carolina State Northern Illinois Norwich Oberlin Ohio Ohio Northern Ohio State Ohio Wesleyan Penn State Pittsburgh Rensselaer Rhode Island

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W L T 59 64 1 58 37 5 38 34 1 20 30 0 19 47 0 18 12 0 13 22 5 12 4 1 12 15 3 9 27 0 8 12 0 8 24 0

1923 3-6-1 1994 2-2-0 2003 0-1-0 1968 0-1-0 1914 0-11-0 1994 0-1-0 1978 1-2-0 1942 2-0-0 1937 9-10-0 1954 1-6-0 1901 3-6-1 1998 0-1-0 1984 3-1-0 1928 2-0-0 1948 1-1-0 1993 2-4-0 1938 0-1-0 1917 3-1-0 1959 1-8-0 1964 5-5-0 1955 1-0-0 1922 1-0-0 1989 2-0-0 1951 3-12-0 1901 0-1-0 2002 0-1-0 2008 0-1-0 1990 0-2-0 1946 2-0-0 1992 2-1-0 2003 0-1-0 1992 1-2-0 1897 8-6-1 1967 0-1-0 1968 1-8-0 1982 1-1-0 1901 1-0-0 1949 7-12-0 1953 2-0-0 2013 0-0-0 1951 0-1-0 1900 1-1-0 2008 0-4-0 1898 12-2-1 1949 4-0-0

Coach W L T Jay “Biffy” Lee (1929-30) 8 7 0 Jim Hofher (2001-05) 8 49 0 C.W. Dibble (1897) 7 0 0 Sam Sanders (1990-91) 5 15 0 Russell Carrick (1924-28) 5 30 2 George Van Bibber (1934-35) 4 10 1 Fritz Febel (1952-54) 4 19 1 Frank Pleasant (1915) 3 3 0 Ray Turnbull (1903) 3 3 0 James Bond (1923) 2 5 1 William Pritchard (1931) 2 6 0 James Batterson (1922) 1 5 0

Richmond Rochester Roch. Inst. of Tech. Roch. Optometry Rutgers Slippery Rock St. Bonaventure St. Lawrence St. Stephen’s S. Connecticut State Stony Brook Susquehanna Syracuse Tampa Temple Tennessee Texas-El Paso Thiel Toledo Towson State Union Upsala Villanova Virginia VMI Virginia Tech Wagner Wash. & Jeffer. Wayne State Waynesburg West Chester Western Illinois Western Michigan Western Reserve Westminster Williams Wisconsin Xavier (Ohio) Youngstown State

1964 2-0-0 1894 13-15-4 1977 0-0-1 1923 1-0-0 2000 1-5-0 1988 0-2-0 1896 2-2-1 1919 9-6-0 1921 1-0-0 1990 0-2-0 2011 1-0-0 1939 2-2-0 1896 3-4-1 1965 0-1-1 1957 12-4-0 2011 0-1-0 2008 2-0-0 1916 2-3-1 1925 2-6-0 1986 0-3-0 1897 1-0-0 1929 1-1-0 1961 5-8-0 1967 0-2-0 1960 1-2-0 1969 0-2-0 1987 0-1-0 1941 2-2-0 1935 3-8-0 1978 1-1-0 1997 0-1-0 1994 0-2-0 1999 1-5-0 1897 6-11-1 1903 2-12-0 1940 0-1-0 2006 0-1-0 1969 1-0-0 1959 4-4-0

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Jim Wolfe - 1962

Ted Gibbons - 1967

Charlie Donnor - 1970

James Rodriguez - 1979

Frank Berrafato - 1981

Season Won Lost Tied Head Coach 1894 0 1 1 Volunteer 1895 0 1 1 Volunteer 1896 0 2 2 Volunteer 1897 7 0 0 C.W. Dibble (Williams) 1898 4 1 0 Volunteer 1899 6 1 1 Volunteer 1900 3 2 2 Volunteer 1901 4 2 0 Volunteer 1902 1 4 1 Volunteer 1903 4 4 0 Raymond Turnbull 1904-14 No Official Varsity Teams 1915 3 3 0 Frank Pleasant (Carlisle) 1916 3 5 2 Art Powell (Syracuse ’11) 1917 4 4 0 Art Powell 1918 6 0 0 Art Powell 1919 0 5 1 Art Powell 1920 1 4 0 Art Powell 1921 2 3 2 Art Powell 1922 1 5 0 Jim Batterson (Hobart) 1923 2 5 1 Jim Bond (Pittsburgh) 1924 1 7 0 Russ Carrick (Colgate ’15) 1925 3 4 1 Russ Carrick 1926 0 8 0 Russ Carrick 1927 0 6 1 Russ Carrick 1928 1 6 0 Russ Carrick 1929 5 2 0 Jay “Biffy” Lee (Notre Dame ’12) 1930 3 5 0 Jay “Biffy” Lee 1931 2 6 0 Bill Pritchard (Penn St. ’28) 1932 1 5 1 Jim Wilson (Cornell ’21) 1933 2 3 2 Jim Wilson 1934 2 4 1 George Van Bibber (Purdue ’31) 1935 2 6 0 George Van Bibber 1936 5 3 0 Jim Peelle (Purdue ’24) 1937 4 4 0 Jim Peelle 1938 2 6 0 Jim Peelle 1939 0 7 0 Jim Peelle 1940 3 5 0 Jim Peelle 1941 3 4 1 Jim Peelle 1942 6 2 0 Jim Peelle 1943-45 No Official Varsity Teams (World War II) 1946 7 2 0 Jim Peelle 1947 8 1 0 Jim Peelle 1948 6 1 1 Frank Clair (Miami (OH) ’47) 1949 6 3 0 Frank Clair 1950 5 3 0 Jim Wilson 1951 4 4 0 Jim Wilson 1952 1 7 0 F. “Fritz” Febel (Purdue ’34) 1953 1 5 1 F. “Fritz” Febel 1954 2 7 0 F. “Fritz” Febel 1955 4 4 1 Dick Offenhamer (Colgate ’36) 1956 5 3 0 Dick Offenhamer 1957 5 4 0 Dick Offenhamer 1958 8 1 0 Dick Offenhamer Awarded Lambert Cup 1959 8 1 0 Dick Offenhamer 1960 4 6 0 Dick Offenhamer 1961 4 5 0 Dick Offenhamer

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Captain(s) A.B. Stein William Bolt Irving Johnson William Bolt Ernest White Seth Thomas Charles Hasse Charles Hasse William DeCue David Lawton

H.M. Johnson William Hayes J. H. “Jake Wolf” Earle Roberts Carl Baisch, Frank McCollum Herb Helwig Herb Helwig Tom Hayes Tom Hayes, Lester Knapp George Metz Jud Rosengrant Art Ungerer Stan Drumsta Gene North Earl Riddall Ed Malanowicz Bob Cleland, Chester Ward Bob Rich Bob Rich John Rappole, Sig Pelson Ray Garlapow Dan Dalfanso Vito Grieco Gene Nuwer, Al Collins Roger Perkins Vic Manz Sid Snyder Serofino Grottanelli Lou Corriere Bill Rudick Charlie Dingboom Matt Ferrentino, Ed Gicewicz Ed Gicewicz G. “Buzz” Buzzelli Ray Chamberlain Ernie Keifer Pete Rao Dick Doll, Chuck Krawczyk Remo Damiani Nick Bottini, Lou Reale Sam Sanders, Stan Kowalski Gordon Bukaty Bill Selent, Jack Hartman

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Frank Reilly - 1989-90

Todd Pace - 1996

Mike Garofalo - 1998-99

Lamar Wilcher - 2002-03

Kareem Byrom - 2006-07

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ECAC ALL-STARS 1966______________________ Leeland Jones, RB 1978 _____________________ Larry Rothman, DT 1981 ______________________ Marty Barrett, QB 1982________________________ Gary Brown, DT __________________________Pat Whitehead, RB ___________________________ Brian Wilson, OT 1983 _____ Marty Barrett, QB, Upstate NY Player of Year ________________________Steve Armstrong, DE __________________________ John Bernard, DB __________________________ Chris D’Amico, WR ____________________________ Eric Pedley, OC _________________________ Gerry Quinlivan, LB 1984______________________ Chris D’Amico, WR ___________________________ Andy Hurley, DB _________________________ Gerry Quinlivan, LB 1985________________________ Bob Kirisits, OT ______________________________Dave May, DT 1986___ O.D. Underwood, RB, Upstate NY Player of Year ___________________________ Mike Laipple, LB 1989___________________________Alan Bell, KR 1990_______________________Chaz Ahmed, WR 1991__________ Cliff Scott, QB, Rookie of the Year 1995________________________ Craig Guest, LB __________________________Gerald Carlson, PK 1996________________________ Craig Guest, LB ____________________________ Edward Ellis, OT 1998_____________________ Joe Hattendorf, OT 2008____________________ Davonte Shannon, S

Davonte Shannon

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Drew Haddad, WR, 2nd Brandon Shaughnessy, TE, 2nd Duane Williams, OLB, HR Craig Rohlfs, FS, 2nd Chad Bartoszek, TE, HR Chad Bartoszek, TE, 2nd Aaron Leeper, RB, MAC Freshman of the Year Mark Graham, DB, 2nd James Starks, RB, 2nd Davonte Shannon, S, 1st Jamey Richard, C, 2nd Trevor Scott, DE, 2nd James Starks, RB, 2nd Kareem Byrom, DB, 3rd Larry Hutchinson, LB, 3rd Jeff Niedermier, OL, 3rd Naaman Roosevelt, WR, 3rd Naaman Roosevelt, WR, 1st Davonte Shannon, S, 1st James Starks, RB, 1st Jeff Niedermier, OL, 2nd Mike Newton, S, 2nd Justin Winters, LB, 3rd Naaman Roosevelt, WR, 1st Davonte Shannon, S, 1st Jesse Rack, TE, 1st Peter Bittner, OL, 2nd Mike Newton, S, 2nd Brett Hamlin, WR, 3rd Domonic Cook, S, 1st Terrell Jackson, PR, 1st Davonte Shannon, S, 1st Khalil Mack, LB, 1st Branden Oliver, RB, 1st Marcus Rivers, WR, 2nd Terrell Jackson, PR, 3rd Khalil Mack, LB, 1st Steven Means, DE, 2nd Alex Neutz, WR, 2nd

Davonte Shannon Naaman Roosevelt James Starks Jesse Rack Naaman Roosevelt Davonte Shannon Domonic Cook Terrell Jackson Davonte Shannon Khalil Mack Branden Oliver Khalil Mack

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First Team 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2012

Drew Haddad 1999 Brandon Shaughnessy 2000 Craig Rohlfs 2001 Chad Bartoszek 2002 Mark Graham 2003 James Starks 2006 Jamey Richard 2007 Trevor Scott 2007 James Starks 2007 Jeff Niedermier 2008 Mike Newton 2008 Peter Bittner 2009 Mike Newton 2009 Marcus Rivers 2011 Steven Means 2012 Alex Neutz 2012

Kareem Byrom Larry Hutchinson Naaman Roosevelt Justin Winters Brett Hamlin Terrell Jackson

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Duane Williams Chad Bartoszek

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B U L L S F O O T B A L L I N U B ’ S AT H L E T I C H A L L O F FA M E Player Year Elected James J. Ailinger ’25_______________________________________ 1965 Louis D. Corriere ’49_______________________________________ 1965 Edmond J. Gicewicz ’52____________________________________ 1966 Robert E. Rich ’35_________________________________________ 1966 Donald E. Holland ’52______________________________________ 1967 Vito A. Grieco ’39_________________________________________ 1967 James E. Peelle (coach) ’37__________________________________ 1968 J. Gordon Bukaty ’61_______________________________________ 1969 Gerald J. Philbin ’63_______________________________________ 1970 Alexander P. Aversano ’35,’36________________________________ 1973 John C. Stofa ’64__________________________________________ 1973 Sampson L. Sanders ’60____________________________________ 1973 Willie R. Evans ’60_________________________________________ 1978 Don A. Gilbert ’65,’69______________________________________ 1979 Carl A. Markey ’52_________________________________________ 1980 Richard L. Wells ’68________________________________________ 1981 James C. McNally ’66______________________________________ 1982 Kenneth Rutkowski ‘69_____________________________________ 1982 Charles E. Daniels ’57______________________________________ 1983 Gerald R. Gergley ’63______________________________________ 1983 Brian M. Hansen ’68_______________________________________ 1983 Louis M. Reale ’63_________________________________________ 1983 Theodore M. Gibbons ’70___________________________________ 1984 Dominic J. Grossi ’43_______________________________________ 1984 Eugene S. Hiller ’40________________________________________ 1984 Richard W. Offenhamer (coach)______________________________ 1984 Leslie Molnar ’52__________________________________________ 1985 William Rudick ’49________________________________________ 1985 John M. Valentic ’63_______________________________________ 1985 Leeland A. Jones ’68,’73____________________________________ 1987 Paul J. Lang ’70___________________________________________ 1987 Marshall K. Stoll ’36________________________________________ 1987 Nicholas A. Bottini ’59_____________________________________ 1988 John E. Cimba ’64_________________________________________ 1988 Martin J. Barrett ’83_______________________________________ 1989 Leeland N. Jones, Jr. ’48____________________________________ 1989 Jules Licata ’50___________________________________________ 1990 Alton A. Massey ’50_______________________________________ 1990 Richard W. Ashley ’69______________________________________ 1991 Serofino J. Grottanelli ’50___________________________________ 1991 Mark M. Murtha ’70_______________________________________ 1991 Bernard A. Verrico ’66______________________________________ 1992 Gerald J. Quinlivan ’85_____________________________________ 1993 1958 Football Team_______________________________________ 1993 Matthew Ferrentino ’51____________________________________ 1994 Gerald J. LaFountain ’66____________________________________ 1996 Edgar Greenard Poles ’66___________________________________ 1996 Frank W. Price ’82_________________________________________ 1997 William R. Dando (coach)___________________________________ 1998 Chris D’Amico, ’84_________________________________________ 2001 Alan Bell, ’93_____________________________________________ 2001 Mike Laipple, ’87__________________________________________ 2002 Cliff Scott, ’94____________________________________________ 2003 Ed Ellis, ‘97_______________________________________________ 2005 Drew Haddad, ‘02_________________________________________ 2007 Anthony Swann, ‘02_______________________________________ 2009 Kevin Brinkworth, ‘63, ‘66 (Russell J. Gugino Award)______________ 2010 Charlie Donnor, ‘71, ‘81_____________________________________ 2011

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1958 Lambert Cup Championship trophy, accepted on the “Ed Sullivan Show”

Did You Know? Throughout their football history, the Bulls have beaten college football powers like Syracuse, Army, Penn State, Boston College, Louisville and Marshall.

Gerry Philbin, ’63 • All American New York Jets • All-Time AFL Team

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Chad Salisbury, ’99 Grand Rapids Rampage, AFL

Dahnel Singfield, ’03 Utah Blaze, AFL 2006 AFL All-Rookie Team

BULLS IN THE PROS Player Years at UB Position Professional Team(s) James Ailinger_________ 1925-28___________ OL__________________________________Buffalo All-Americans Matt Ferrentino_________ 1947-50__________ OL/LB__________________________________ Toronto Argonauts Les Molnar____________ 1947-50__________OT/DT_______________________________________Dallas Texans Bob Leipler____________ 1948, 50__________OT/DT__________________________________ Toronto Argonauts William Rudick_________ 1946-48__________HB/LB_________________________________ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Gerry Philbin___________ 1961-63___________ DE________________________________________ New York Jets John Stofa_____________ 1961-63___________ QB______________________ Miami Dolphins/Cincinnati Bengals Don Gilbert____________ 1962-64___________ HB_______________________________ Winnipeg Blue Bombers Edgar Greenard Poles____ 1963-66___________ LB___________________________________ Edmonton Eskimos Larry Gergley__________ 1961-63___________ LB_____________________________________ Orlando Panthers Ron Pugh_____________ 1963-65___________ DE_____________________________________ Orlando Panthers Ted Gibbons___________ 1965-67___________ DT____________________________________ Toronto Argonauts Tom Hurd_____________ 1965-67___________ DB_____________________________________ Orlando Panthers Ed Ellis________________ 1993-96___________ OL____________New England/Washington/San Diego/NY Giants Craig Guest____________ 1993-96___________ LB______________________________ New York Jets/Buffalo Bills Anthony Swan_________ 1994-97_________ WR/DB__________________________________ Buffalo Destroyers Hardy Mitchell_________ 1994-97__________OL/DL__________________ Grand Rapids Rampage/LV Gladiators Chad Salisbury_________ 1997-98___________ QB____________________ Chicago Rush/Grand Rapids Rampage Drew Haddad__________ 1996-99___________ WR________________________ Indianapolis /Buffalo/San Diego Josh Roth_____________ 1996-99___________ FB__________________________ Buffalo Bills/Kansas City Chiefs Noah Burroughs________ 1999-00___________ DB____________________________ NY Jets/Jacksonville Jaguars David Pruce____________ 1997-00___________ OT_______________________ New England Patriots/Buffalo Bills Bob Dzvonick__________ 1998-01___________ DT____________________________________ Pittsburgh Steelers Omari Jordan__________ 2000-01___________ DT_____________________________________ Carolina Panthers Chad Bartoszek_________ 1999-02___________ TE_____________________________________ Indianapolis Colts Andre Forde___________ 1999-02___________ WR_______________________________________ Chicago Bears Mark Graham__________ 2000-03___________ DB__________________________________________ Buffalo Bills Dahnel Singfield________ 1998-02___________ DB_______________NY Dragons/Las Vegas Gladiators/Utah Blaze Adam Johnson_________ 2001-03__________ TE/LS_______________________ Carolina/Kansas City/Tampa Bay Gemara Williams________ 2002-05___________ DB__________________________________New England Patriots Rob Schroeder_________ 2002-05___________ DT_____Hamilton Tiger Cats/Austin Wranglers/Orlando Predators Ramon Guzman________ 2002-06___________ LB____________________ Indianapolis Colts/Montreal Alouettes Chad Upshaw__________ 2003-06___________ TE_____________________________________ Carolina Panthers James Judges__________ 2004-07___________ DL____________________________________Montreal Alouettes Jamey Richard_________ 2004-07____________C__________________ Indianapolis Colts/New England Patriots Trevor Scott____________ 2004-07___________ DE___________________ Oakland Raiders/New England Patriots Ronald Hilaire__________ 2005-08___________ DL___________________________________ Calgary Stampeders Ernest Jackson_________ 2005-08___________ WR___________________________________________BC Lions* Drew Willy_____________ 2005-08___________ QB____________ Ravens/Colts/Jets/ Saskatchewan Roughriders* James Starks___________ 2006-08___________ RB____________________________________Green Bay Packers* Naaman Roosevelt______ 2006-09___________ WR_________________________________________ Buffalo Bills Mike Newton__________ 2006-09___________ DB_____________________________________ Indianapolis Colts Bruno Lapointe_________ 2007-08___________ DL_____________________________ Saskatchewan Roughriders Josh Thomas___________ 2007-10___________ DB______________________ Dallas Cowboys/Carolina Panthers* Davonte Shannon_______ 2007-10___________ DB__________________________________Washington Redskins Domonic Cook_________ 2007-10___________ DB__________________________________________ Buffalo Bills Marcus Rivers__________ 2008-11___________ WR____________________Green Bay Packers/Baltimore Ravens* Steven Means__________ 2009-12___________ DE________________________________ Tampa Bay Buccanears* *On current roster

28 UB players have signed NFL contracts since 1997

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Rob Schroeder, ’06 Orlando Predators, AFL 2007 AFL All-Rookie Team

Adam Johnson

Mark Graham

Chad Bartoszek

Chad Upshaw

Ramon Guzman

Andre Forde

James Starks

Josh Thomas

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2013 Buffalo Bulls Football UB’S ALL-TIME NFL DR AFT LIST Year Rnd Pick 1952 18 206 1958 4 44 1959 25 299 1964 3 33 1997 4 125 2000 7 233 2008 6 169 2008 7 236 2010 6 193 2011 5 143 2012 5 147

Player Les Molnar Frank Woidzik Lou Reale Gerry Philbin Ed Ellis Drew Haddad Trevor Scott Jamey Richard James Starks Josh Thomas Steven Means

Team Pos Yankees OT Rams OT Giants C Lions DE Patriots OT Bills WR Raiders DE Colts C Packers RB Cowboys CB Buccaneers DE

James Starks, ‘10, was the starting running back in Super Bowl XLV for the Green Bay Packers.

Ed Ellis, ’97, was a 4th round draft choice of the New England Patriots.

Trevor Scott, ‘08, played four seasons with the Oakland Raiders before signing with New England in 2012.

Mike Newton, ‘10, played for the Indianapolis Colts in 2010

Naaman Roosevelt, ‘10, played for the Buffalo Bills in 2010 and 2011

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Drew Willy, ‘09, has spent time with the Indianapolis Colts, San Diego Chargers and New York Jets

Josh Thomas, ‘11, was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys and spent 2011 with the Carolina Panthers

Gemara Williams, ‘06, spent two seasons with the New England Patriots and participated in Super Bowl XLII

Drew Haddad, ’00, spent three seasons with the Indianapolis Colts before signing with the Bills in 2004 and then the Chargers in 2005

Steven Means, ‘13, was drafted in the fifth round by Tampa Bay in 2013

Ramon Guzman, ‘07, played the 2007 season with the Colts and won two Grey Cups with Montreal.

Jamey Richard, ’08, was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts and named to the NFL All-Rookie Team in 2008.

Jim McNally, ’62 Offensive Line Coach Cincinnati Bengals, 1980-94 Carolina Panthers, 1995-98 New York Giants, 1999-2003 Buffalo Bills, 2004-07

Jim Haslett UB Defensive Coordinator 1989-90 New Orleans Saints Head Coach 2000-05 Def. Coord., St. Louis Rams 2006-08 Def. Coord., Washington Redskins 2010

Also In “The Show” Name Team Mike Maser, ‘69__________ Offensive Line Coach, Miami Dolphins Marty Barrett, ’84_______________ College Scout, Chicago Bears Doug Majeski, ’89______Director of College Scouting, Buffalo Bills David Hinson, ’99____________ College Scout, Cleveland Browns Matt House, Asst. Coach______________ Quality Control, St. Louis Rams Andre Forde, ‘03________________College Scout, Tampa Bay Buccanears

Did You Know?

Other coaches that have spent time on the Buffalo coaching staff include former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Buddy Ryan and current Seattle Seahawks Vice President of Football Administration John Idzik.

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UB STADIUM TEAM RECORDS

B U F FA L O M A R K S Yards Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 238 (Branden Oliver vs. Morgan State - 9/8/12) Rushing Attempts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 (James Starks vs. Ohio - 10/6/07) Rushing Touchdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 (Anthony Swan vs. Fordham - 9/2/95) Yards Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . 459 (Chad Salisbury vs. Massachusetts - 10/18/97) Passing Attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 (Cliff Scott vs. Maine - 9/4/93) Passing Completions. . . . . . . 30 (Chad Salisbury vs. Massachusetts - 10/18/97) Touchdowns Thrown. . . . . 4, multiple times (last: Alex Zordich vs. Morgan State - 9/8/12) Receptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 (Drew Haddad vs. Massachusetts - 10/18/97) Yards Receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 (Andre Forde vs. Kent State - 11/4/00) 158 (Kali Watkins vs. Morgan State - 10/10/98) Total Offense. . . . . . . . 458 yards (Chad Salisbury vs. Massachusetts - 10/18/97) Points Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 (Anthony Swan vs. Fordham - 9/2/95) Punt Return Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 (Andre Forde vs. Lehigh - 8/29/02) Kickoff Return Yards. . . . . . . . 132 (Naaman Roosevelt vs. C. Mich. - 11/24/06) Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (Dallas Pelz vs. Ohio - 10/25/03) Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 (Craig Guest vs. Maine - 10/7/95) Quarterback Sacks. . . . . . . . . . 4 (Duane Williams vs. Bowling Green - 9/23/00)

OPPONENT MARKS Yards Rushing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 234 (Terry Caulley, Connecticut - 9/20/03) Rushing Attempts. . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 (Eric Flowers, Central Michigan - 10/9/99) Rushing Touchdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (Terry Caulley, Connecticut - 9/20/03) 4 (Eric Flowers, Central Michigan - 10/9/99) Yards Passing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 455 (Byron Leftwich, Marshall - 10/13/01) Passing Attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 (Tim Hiller, Western Michigan - 10/11/08) Passing Completions. . . . . . . . . . 42 (Tim Hiller, Western Michigan - 10/11/08) Touchdowns Thrown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 (Ryan Schneider, UCF - 11/9/02) 5 (Chad Pennington, Marshall - 10/23/99) 5 (Kevin Foley, Boston University - 11/18/95) 5 (Bob Aylsworth, Lehigh - 9/17/94) Receptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 (Steve Busch, Cornell - 10/5/96) Yards Receiving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181 (Sean Schembra, Ball State - 10/21/00) Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 461 (Byron Leftwich, Marshall - 10/13/01) Points Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 (Terry Caulley, Connecticut - 9/20/03) 24 (Eric Flowers, Central Michigan - 10/9/99) 24 (Brian Klingerman, Lehigh - 9/17/94) Field Goals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 (Paul Savich, Central Michigan - 9/29/01) 3 (John Rodin, Cornell - 10/5/96) 3 (Matt Weller, Ohio - 10/8/11)

B U F FA L O M A R K S First Downs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 (vs. Canisius - 10/17/98) Yards Rushing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 486 (vs. Canisius - 10/17/98) Rushing Attempts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 (vs. Canisius - 10/17/98) Yards Passing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 459 (vs. Massachusetts - 10/18/97) Passing Attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 (vs. Maine - 9/4/93) Passing Completions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 (vs. Massachusetts - 9/26/98) 30 (vs. Massachusetts - 10/18/97) Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 628 yards (vs. Canisius - 10/17/98) Offensive Plays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 (vs. Illinois State - 8/29/96) OPPONENT MARKS First Downs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 (Lehigh - 9/17/94) Yards Rushing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 394 (Central Michigan - 10/9/99) Rushing Attempts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 (Central Michigan - 10/9/99) Yards Passing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 455 (Marshall - 10/13/01) Passing Attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 (Western Michigan - 10/11/08) Passing Completions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 (Western Michigan - 10/11/08) Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 621 yards (Colgate - 9/13/03) Offensive Plays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 (Toledo - 10/13/07)

T O P 10 UB STADIUM C R O W D S 1.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29,795 vs. Temple (Aug. 31, 2006) 2.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29,013 vs. Syracuse (Sept. 11, 2004) 3.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,676 vs. Baylor (Sept. 22, 2007) 4.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,658 vs. Rutgers (Aug. 30, 2001) 5.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,189 vs. Stony Brook (Sept. 10, 2011) 6.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,086 vs. Connecticut (Sept. 24, 2011) 7.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,870 vs. Pittsburgh (Sept. 12, 2009) 8.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,719 vs. Army (Oct. 18, 2008) 9.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,103 vs. Lehigh (Aug. 29, 2002) 10.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,835 vs. Akron (Sept. 11, 1999)

T O P 10 HOME C R O W D S 1.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29,795 vs. Temple (Aug. 31, 2006; UB Stadium) 2.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29,013 vs. Syracuse (Sept. 11, 2004; UB Stadium) 3. . . . . . . . . . . . 26,126 vs. Colgate (Sept. 29, 1951; War Memorial Stadium) 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,740 vs. Niagara (Oct. 7, 1950; War Memorial Stadium) 5.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,676 vs. Baylor (Sept. 22, 2007; UB Stadium) 6.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,658 vs. Rutgers (Aug. 30, 2001; UB Stadium) 7.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,189 vs. Stony Brook (9/10/11; UB Stadium) 8.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,086 vs. Connecticut (9/24/11; UB Stadium) 9.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,870 vs. Pittsburgh (Sept. 12, 2009; UB Stadium) 10.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,719 vs. Army (Oct. 18, 2008; UB Stadium)

T O P 10 R O A D C R O W D S * UB STADIUM LONGEST PLAYS B U F FA L O M A R K S Rush From Scrimmage. . . . . . . 74 yards* (Anthony Swan vs. Fordham - 9/2/95) Pass From Scrimmage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 yards* (Mark Taylor to Jamie Gasparre vs. Hofstra - 11/2/96) Punt Return:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 yards* (Andre Forde vs. Lehigh - 8/29/02) Kickoff Return. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 yards (Brandon Murie vs. Akron - 11/19/11) Punt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 yards (Gerald Carlson vs. Edinboro - 9/28/96) Field Goal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 yards (Gerald Carlson vs. Edinboro - 9/28/96)

1.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107,506 at Penn State (Sept. 15, 2007) 2.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92,446 at Georgia (Sept. 1, 2012) 3.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87,758 at Tennessee (Oct. 1, 2011) 4.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84,921 at Auburn (Sept. 23, 2006) 5.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80,850 at Wisconsin (Nov. 18, 2006) 6.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65,666 at Missouri (Sept. 20, 2008) 7.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54,471 at Iowa (Sept. 6, 2003) 8.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48,359 at Pittsburgh (Sept. 3, 2011) 9.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43,091 at Rutgers (Aug. 30, 2007) 10.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42,494 at Pittsburgh (Sept. 6, 2008) *Records are incomplete before 1961

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