The record says 2-2 but there are a number of encouraging signs for the University at Buffalo as it puts the non conference portion of the schedule behind them.
Honestly, 2-2 is what many people thought the record would be at this point. The wins came over FCS member Albany and Florida Atlantic and losses came to Penn State(Big 10) and Nevada, out of a Mountain West conference that
The University at Buffalo, unable to convert on a final, potential game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter, came up short against the Nevada Wolf Pack Saturday at UB Stadium, 24-21.
The offense, which head coach Lance Leipold hoped would get back on track at UB Stadium where Buffalo was 12-2 the last 14 games coming into the matchup, put together an exciting final drive down three,
There was a great deal of skepticism about the UB Bulls defense going into the 2015 season but the defense is why UB picked up its first non conference road win in six years, beating Florida Atlantic 33-15.
On a day when the Bulls offense struggled, especially the passing game, the defense rose to the occasion. All they did was score three touchdowns, which was
The Cinderella story didn’t unfold for the University at Buffalo football team Saturday as they lost to Penn State 27-14 in Beaver Stadium, but it was a strong showing against a power five conference opponent.
Even with a 1-1 Nittany Lion team seemingly not up to par with the program’s expectations and history in 2015
The University at Buffalo football team cruised to a 51-14 win over FCS UAlbany Saturday at UB Stadium to open the 2015 season 1-0.
"I think today went like it should have gone,” senior quarterback Joe Licata said. “I thought our offensive line did a heck of a job, our running backs did great and our receivers really blocked down field to help the backs out. I think