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Buffalo redshirt sophomore RB Emmanuel Reed rushed for 120 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries in Saturday's 33-10 win over Colgate.

Reed (5'8/190) entered the weekend having rushed for just 13 yards on seven carries. Given an extended opportunity against FCS Colgate, though, the redshirt sophomore turned in a respectable showing. He'll try for more of the same when the Bulls do battle with FAU next Saturday.
Sep 16 - 9:25 PM

Buffalo senior WR Anthony Johnson caught three passes for 82 yards in Saturday's 21-17 loss to Army.

Johnson continues to function as sophomore QB Tyree Jackson's clear No. 1 option. Through two games, he's posted a 14-222-1 line.
Sep 9 - 3:11 PM

Buffalo redshirt sophomore QB Tyree Jackson went 22-for-42 for 211 yards, one touchdown and one interception in a loss to Minnesota on Thursday.

Jackson (6'7/245) chipped in 17 rushing yards. He remains raw but intriguing. Jackson showed strong chemistry with JUCO transfer WR Anthony Johnson against the Gophers. Next week, the Bulls have an easier assignment, traveling to play at Army.
Sep 1 - 2:35 PM

Buffalo senior WR Anthony Johnson caught 11 passes for 140 yards and one touchdown in Thursday's 17-7 loss to Minnesota.

Talk about a coming out party. Johnson (6'2/196) did not log a catch last season after spending the previous two years in the JUCO ranks. He made up for lost time and then some on Thursday, averaging 12.72 yards on his 11 grabs while hauling in a 16-yard touchdown midway through the first quarter. He will try to back up his big effort when the Bulls take on Army a week from Saturday.
Aug 31 - 11:01 PM

Buffalo sophomore RB Jonathan Hawkins (shoulder) has been medically cleared for contact.

Hawkins (5'10/210) underwent shoulder surgery in the offseason and has also been dealing with a wrist injury. He took part in Thursday's scrimmage and looked sharp in the process. Said the sophomore, "My body feels the best it ever has. I'm definitely going to be full go. Especially not taking as many hits on my body, I feel fresh right now." Hawkins will serve as Buffalo's No. 1 back so long as he can maintain his health.
Aug 25 - 1:50 PM

Buffalo redshirt sophomore TE Tyler Mabry caught two passes for 31 yards and a touchdown in the team's spring game.

Mabry (6'3/255) hauled in a modest nine passes for 95 yards this past season. That was while backing up TE Mason Schreck, who the Bulls lost to graduation after the campaign. He should have plenty of opportunities for targets, not only due to Schreck's exiting stage left, but also the mere fact that the Bulls can use all the help they can get offensively. Rotoworld's Thor Nystrom ranks Mabry as the No. 29 tight end for college fantasy leagues.
Source: wrgz.com
Jul 15 - 3:05 PM

The state of New York has approved an $18 million plan for Buffalo to build an indoor athletic training facility.

Per Buffalo Business First's Dan Miner, construction bids will be issued next week. The Bulls had been the only team in the MAC without an indoor practice facility, something that was problematic for a team which plays in Buffalo, New York, given the weather from late autumn into winter. It is not yet known when construction on the estimated 90,000-foot facility might be completed, but that should become clear as this endeavor gets underway in earnest.
Jun 22 - 9:57 PM

Buffalo junior LB Khalil Hodge "shows next-level ability as a run defender yet is more of a two-down player," according to Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline.

Hodge (6'1/240) logged 123 total tackles and seven TFL last year. After recording a ridiculous 262 tackles his senior season of high school in Stockton, CA, Hodge played for a year at the City College of San Francisco before transferring to Buffalo.
Jun 21 - 2:48 PM

Buffalo junior CB Cameron Lewis "possesses average size but makes a lot of solid plays on the football," writes Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline.

"He could develop into a dime back on Sundays if he continues to improve," Pauline wrote. Lewis (5'9/185) had 60 total tackles, 2.5 TFL and seven breakups last year.
Jun 20 - 2:06 PM

Bengals selected Buffalo TE Mason Schreck with the No. 251 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

Schreck (6'4/253) broke out as a senior for a 59/651/4 (11.0 YPR) receiving line to earn second-team All-MAC recognition from the conference's coaches. Schreck tested as a moderate athlete at his Pro Day, running 4.76 with a 9-foot-10 broad jump and 7.36 three-cone time. Schreck is a big underdog to beat out C.J. Uzomah or Tyler Kroft for a roster spot behind Tyler Eifert.
Apr 29 - 6:44 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline writes that Buffalo's pro day was "a real good day for unheralded tight end Mason Schreck."

Schreck's 40-yard dash time of 4.70 seconds on pro day wasn't exactly a light-the-world-on-fire time like the one that Ole Miss TE Evan Engram registered at the Combine, but it came in faster than scouts expected. A tenth of a second faster than expected, according to Pauline. In addition, he also turned in 18 reps on the bench press, notched a vertical jump of 34.5 inches and registered a mark of 9-foot-8 in the broad jump. This past season, Schreck logged a 59-651-4 receiving line in 12 games played. All three numbers on that line represented career bests for the sleeper prospect.
Mar 18 - 3:02 PM

Buffalo TE Mason Schreck has a visit scheduled with the Lions, according to Tony Pauline.

We still contend that the Lions will be adding another tight end at some point in the draft, and maybe earlier than many think. Schreck was not at the NFL Combine and played 87 percent of Buffalo's snaps last year, his best contest being against Army.
Mar 16 - 10:30 AM

Football Scoop reports that Buffalo will hire Hamline OC Jim Zebrowski to serve as quarterbacks coach.

Zebrowski has extensive experience as a QB coach, having worked that position on staff with Minnesota for five seasons. He also served as QB coach with Northern Illinois in 2011. Hamline hired him as offensive coordinator in April of 2016. Onward to Buffalo.
Feb 11 - 6:23 PM

Buffalo junior RB Jordan Johnson rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown on 29 carries against Miami of Ohio on Saturday.

Buffalo's lead running back bested his career-high of 811 yards, set last year, and now sits at 884 yards. He also has five touchdowns on 169 carries this season.
Sat, Nov 12, 2016 11:03:00 PM

Buffalo senior CB Boise Ross was named to the Jim Thorpe Award preseason watch list.

Considering that Ross transitioned from wide receiver to corner during his sophomore year, this is an incredible honor. In his first full season at CB last year, Ross set a school record with 20 pass breaks (fifth in the country). He chipped in two interceptions.
Source: wkbw.com
Mon, Aug 22, 2016 05:30:00 PM


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