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October 23, 2010
TV/Radio: 6ABC; WPHT-AM (1210). Records: Temple 5-2 overall, 2-1 Mid-American Conference; Buffalo, 2-4, 1-1. Coaches: Temple, Al Golden (fifth season, 24-32); Buffalo, Jeff Quinn (first season). Series: Buffalo leads, 12-2. Temple outlook: The Owls are coming off a 28-27 victory over visiting Bowling Green that wasn't secured until the Falcons failed to make a two-point conversion with no time left. Golden said at midweek that he was uncertain about who to start at quarterback.
NEWS
November 17, 2006
CREWS FROM Blue Bell, Pa., spent incredibly long hours recently restoring power to the Buffalo, N.Y., area. These remarkable gentlemen arrived before 6:45 a.m. and worked through until, with a cheerful toot of the horn, they went off as a convoy about 8 p.m. Conditions were dreadful - cold, melting snow, freezing rain, mud everywhere, piles of tree limbs and storm debris everywhere, with huge limbs dangling from trees. I'd like to thank these gallant crews on behalf of my neighborhood where they worked so long and hard.
SPORTS
November 30, 1990 | By Kevin Mulligan, Daily News Sports Writer
It looks like snow in Buffalo. The National Weather Service in Buffalo said yesterday that the forecast for Sunday's Eagles-Bills game calls for snow flurries, temperatures in the high 20s to low 30s and 28-mph winds. Freezing rain and flurries are expected today. Eagles coach Buddy Ryan calls it "Eagle weather. " Quarterback Randall Cunningham said the Birds' defense plays better in the cold. "It (snow) favors us," Ryan said. "We've got the strong-armed quarterback who can throw into the wind, just like (Joe)
SPORTS
February 22, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Buffalo Bandits scored five straight goals in the fourth quarter to defeat the Wings, 12-8, in the National Lacrosse League last night. A crowd of 13,686 watched at the Wachovia Center as the Bandits turned an 8-7 deficit into a four-goal victory. The first-place Bandits won their sixth straight game, improving to 7-2. The Wings fell back to .500 at 4-4. John Tavares and Mike Accursi each recorded hat tricks for the Bandits. Eight players scored for the Wings: Mark Frye, Keith Cromwell, Peter Jacobs, Dan Marohl, Brian Tower, Tom Marechek, Ryan Ward and Jeff Ratcliffe.
SPORTS
December 11, 1999 | Daily News Wire Services
Indiana has never lost a game in the Indiana Classic. The 15th-ranked Hoosiers had never won the way they did last night. A.J. Guyton had 22 points and Indiana cruised to a 106-55 victory over Buffalo in the first round of the 26th annual Indiana Classic, a tournament the Hoosiers now have a 51-0 record in. The victory margin was Indiana's biggest in the annual tournament, breaking the previous mark of 47, set against Central Michigan in...
NEWS
June 15, 2012 | Associated Press
BUFFALO - The search for a trauma surgeon and former military weapons expert who disappeared after the shooting death of his former girlfriend at a Buffalo hospital escalated into a nationwide manhunt Thursday, with authorities warning law enforcers and the public that he could be armed and dangerous. A pick-up order for Timothy Jorden, 49, has been transmitted to every local, state, and federal law enforcement office in the nation, Buffalo Police Commissioner Daniel Derenda said. The search for Jorden includes officials with the FBI, Customs and Border Protection, and the U.S. Marshals Service.
SPORTS
February 8, 1994 | by Karen Troxel, Special to the Daily News
Fran Dunphy knew just the right words to use, and his players listened. Dunphy's pregame and halftime talks inspired the Penn Quakers to a 77-52 rout over the University of Buffalo in a non-conference game last night. Penn, starting a five-game road trip, scored the first 12 points of the game and the first 21 of the second half. Despite the game-opening run, Buffalo managed to pull within 35-27 by intermission. So Dunphy went to work in the locker room. "It was a great pep talk," said Shawn Trice, who led the Quakers in points (14)
SPORTS
January 20, 2012
Julian Kaminoff, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound safety for New Hope-Solebury, has committed to play for the University of Buffalo. The senior, who also played running back and returned kicks, has been clocked at 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash. His vertical leap was measured at 38 inches. "He's got a special talent," Lions coach Jim DiTulio said. Kelly to Penn. Harriton's Ryan Kelly, a 6-4, 215-pound senior tight end and Inquirer second-team all-Southeastern Pennsylvania pick, will continue his career at Penn.
SPORTS
December 31, 1988 | By Jay Greenberg, Daily News Sports Writer
The Flyers, who skulked out of Buffalo on Nov. 27 at their lowest point of the season, return tonight at their highest. Since completing a three-game road swing with a 7-3 loss at Memorial Auditorium that dropped their record to 9-16-1, the Flyers have gone 11-2-1. Their latest success - and probably their biggest of the season so far - was a masterful 3-2 shutdown of the high-powered Penguins in Pittsburgh Thursday night. It doesn't figure to get much easier for the Flyers, if easier at all, as they ring out the old year tonight.
SPORTS
February 6, 1994 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Buffalo Bandits remained unbeaten with a 15-11 victory over the Philadelphia Wings last night in a Major Indoor Lacrosse League game at Memorial Auditorium in Buffalo. Jim Veltman scored two goals and collected three assists for the Bandits, who are 4-0. The Wings, who are 1-1, got three goals each from Paul Deniken and Paul Gait. Gait gave the Wings a 1-0 lead, and a goal by Jim Rogers later put them up by 2-1. Buffalo then took command, and it led by as many as five goals in the third period.
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August 13, 2016 | By Jacob Adelman, STAFF WRITER
The owners of Philadelphia's Buffalo Billiards pub have acquired the former site of the Irish Pol in Old City, according to Michael Barmash of Colliers International, who helped broker the deal. Washington-based Pioneer Ventures LLC paid $800,000 for the two-story, 116-year-old property at 45 S. 3rd St., where another bar is anticipated, Barmash said Thursday. The buyers have previously said they plan something at the site akin to the Fishtown Tavern, in which they also have an interest.
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April 8, 2016 | By Erin McCarthy, FOR THE INQUIRER
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - When running back Saquon Barkley arrived on Penn State's campus last summer, all he wanted was playing time. "I really tried to compete with the older guys and get in the playbook early," Barkley said Wednesday night. "I didn't expect to have, like, a 1,000-yard season, but I really wanted to play as a freshman. That was my ultimate goal. " To be exact, Barkley finished the season with 1,076 rushing yards, breaking the university record for single-season rushing yards by a freshman.
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January 17, 2016
BLACKHAWKS 4, MAPLE LEAFS 1 Chicago 0 2 2 - 4 Toronto 0 0 1 - 1 FIRST PERIOD - None. Penalties - Kane, Chicago (high-sticking), 3:37; Gardiner, Toronto (holding), 13:51. SECOND PERIOD - 1, Chicago, Kane 26 (Keith, Panarin), 13:07. 2, Chicago, Kane 27 (Panarin, Seabrook), 17:13 (pp). Penalties - Marincin, Toronto (hooking), 3:13; Gardiner, Toronto (holding), 11:04; Hunwick, Toronto (high-sticking), 16:04; Kadri, Toronto (high-sticking), 19:59. THIRD PERIOD - 3, Chicago, Panarin 16 (Kane, Seabrook)
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December 16, 2015 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Columnist
Five numbers that mattered in the Eagles' 23-20 win over Buffalo: 15 LeSean McCoy's rushing yards on his final 11 carries Sunday. McCoy rushed for 59 yards on his first nine carries, including a 24-yard run midway through the second quarter on the Bills' second scoring drive. After that, he didn't have another run longer than four yards until a 7-yard run on the first play of the Bills' final possession. McCoy finished with 74 yards on 20 carries. His 3.7 yards-per-carry average equaled his lowest since Week 3 against Miami when he averaged 1.4. 14 One of the names NFL Films had been considering for the Eagles' 2015 highlight film was "Third and a Mile" because of the inordinate number of third-and-long situations they've been in. But not Sunday.
SPORTS
November 20, 2015 | BY DICK JERARDI, Daily News Staff Writer jerardd@phillynews.com
AFTER THE first 250 games, scoring across college basketball is up from 69 points per game last year to 74, due to some combination of the 30-second shot clock and increased emphasis on allowing offensive freedom of movement. Scoring is way, way up Hawk Hill. Last season, the Hawks averaged just 61.7 points per game. After blasting Buffalo, 89-67 Wednesday night at Hagan Arena, the Hawks (3-0) are averaging 81.3 points. Now, it is very early and the competition is about to get much more serious when Phil Martelli's team travels to Mohegan Sun in Connecticut to play Florida Saturday and either Purdue or Old Dominion Sunday, but, as signs go, the increased scoring is positive.
SPORTS
October 14, 2015 | By Aaron Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Javier Buffalo was a freshman wide receiver at Ben Franklin High, he enjoyed playing football, but it wasn't that important to him. That is until he got a taste of something that would change his life, focus and the Public League record books. "My first touchdown," Buffalo, now a senior, said in a telephone interview. "We played Dobbins Tech midseason at 29th and Chalmers, and I remember catching a screen pass that was probably 5 yards. But I just remember the feeling of teammates running over to me, hype about scoring.
SPORTS
September 19, 2015 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
Penn State offensive line coach Herb Hand recalls when he was a graduate assistant coach at Clemson and the Tigers were shocked, 13-10, by Marshall in their 1999 season opener at home. "Tommy Bowden was our head coach," Hand said Thursday. "We had a coaches' meeting the next morning and he basically said, 'All right guys, we know where we're at now, and we know where we want to be, so let's get to work getting there.' " That's the philosophy Hand pretty much has employed with his guys since Temple dominated the Nittany Lions' offensive line in a season-opening 27-10 victory at Lincoln Financial Field.
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September 18, 2015 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
The numbers for Christian Hackenberg's first two games of 2015 have not wowed people. Anyone who followed the Penn State quarterback's first two seasons knows he had some games when his current total of 231 passing yards would have been about an average amount for him after three quarters of a single contest. But with the slow start for the offensive line and other challenges faced by the Nittany Lions, Hackenberg seems to be pleased that he has adapted his style of play to this point while not worrying about statistics.
SPORTS
September 14, 2015 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - It wasn't a huge leap, rather a small step for Penn State in the rain Saturday at Beaver Stadium, as the Nittany Lions attempted to get their season going in the right direction after the nightmarish season opener of a week ago. The Lions didn't gain a bunch of yards, and Buffalo wasn't exactly bottled up on its side of midfield for the entire game, either. But the positive signs - no sacks of Christian Hackenberg, a spectacular home debut by true freshman Saquon Barkley, improvement along the offensive line - were enough for encouragement in a 27-14 victory before a sopping-wet crowd of 93,065.
SPORTS
September 9, 2015 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
As he watched film on Buffalo's next opponent, Bulls coach Lance Leipold noticed that Temple "is a very good football team and I think people are going to see that throughout the year. " But Leipold's focus was on Saturday's game against Penn State, which was routed, 27-10, by the Owls. The first-year coach's concerns include an opponent wanting to prove that it's a better team than it showed last weekend, and 100,000-plus cheering fans coming out for the Nittany Lions' opener at Beaver Stadium.
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