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Buffalo's mop boy got caught up in the fast break last night during the Bulls' dismantling of Kent State. Mop faster!
Willie Cauley-Stein is one of college basketball's top players and perhaps the game's best shot blocker. The projected first-round NBA pick decided unexpectedly to return to Lexington this year, though maybe he's regretting that choice after being posterized today by Buffalo's Justin Moss.
Buffalo was this close to cutting the first-half deficit against Baylor to 22 and really making a game of things. Then Sam Holl strip-sacked Joe Licata at the 10-yard line and Bryce Hager picked it up and rumbled and slashed his way 91 yards into the endzone.
Wednesday nights belong to the MAC, as any college football degenerate knows, and while the scoring of tonight's Kent-Buffalo matchup hasn't yet reached levels of, say, last year's NIU-Toledo game, the MACtion is alive and well. Just ask Alex Neutz, the Bulls receiver who hauled in this 46-yard hail mary from Alex…
Central Florida hosted the University of Buffalo last night, 51 years after the Bulls were told their black players weren't welcome. How to show respect for these civil rights pioneers? Let's have everyone wear all white!