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2016 Schedule
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Feedback on the NCAA's decision to reinstate satellite camps has been greeted with mostly positive comments so far, especially from coaches at Group of 5 programs that were greatly impacted by the original decision to ban them. "It allows for a Group of 5 School to reach out to more prospects and in a football related environment that fits into the budgetary constant into that we all have," said Rob Ianello, associate head coach/recruiting coordinator at Buffalo University. "It also greatly lessons the financial burden on the prospect."

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UMASS - Buffalo Postgame Breakdown (2:07)
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UMass defense seals the deal

Buffalo QB Joe Licata's pass was tipped into the hands of defender Da'Sean Downey. The sophomore linebacker's interception helped the Minutemen hold on to a 31-26 victory. UMass RB Marquis Young had 35 carries for 240 yards and three TDs.

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UMass extends it lead late in game

Minutemen kicker Logan Laurent hit a 37-yard field goal to put his team up 31-26 over Buffalo with just over two minutes left in the game.

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Buffalo draws closer to start 4th quarter

Bulls RB Jordan Johnson ran up the middle through the Minutemen defense for a 5-yard TD, but Buffalo failed to convert on the two-point conversion. UMass still leads 28-26 in the fourth quarter.

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UMass RB goes for 215 yards in first half

UMass' Marquis Young had the third-best rushing performance in a half this season, as he went for 215 yards, including this 35-yard dash, against Buffalo on ESPNU.

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UMass takes lead into halftime

After the Minutemen defense forced an interception in its own end zone, QB Blake Frohnapfel capped a five-play 80-yard drive with a 14-yard TD run. Buffalo trails 28-17 at halftime.

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UMass gamble pays off

The Mintuemen went for it on fourth down, and RB Marquis Young pounded it in for a 1-yard touchdown. Buffalo trails 21-17 late in the second quarter.

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Bulls score after forcing turnover

Buffalo RB Anthone Taylor pounds it up the middle for a 2-yard touchdown. UMass trails 17-14 in the second quarter.

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Buffalo defense forces another int

The Bulls' defense picked off Blake Frohnapfel for the second time today. Safety Andrews Dadeboe undercuts the pass and returns it to the UMass 19-yard line.

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Bulls defense forces a turnover

UMass QB Blake Frohnapfel's pass was intercepted by Brandon Berry. The sophomore linebacker's return helped lead to a 22-yard field goal. The Minutemen are hanging on to a 14-10 lead in the first quarter.

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Bulls on the board

Buffalo QB Joe Licata finds Matt Weiser in the middle of the field for an 18-yard touchdown. UMass still leads 14-7 in the first quarter.

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Young finds the end zone, again

UMass RB Marquis Young breaks through the middle of the Buffalo defense and outruns the defenders on his way for a 47-yard TD. Bulls trail 14-0 in the first quarter.

Team Stats

Passing Yards249.542nd
Rushing Yards136.9104th
Points For26.785th
Points Against27.674th