Bulls dominate RedHawks to remain perfect in 2020

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Buffalo Bulls beat down the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks on Tuesday night. The Bulls won 42-10 over the RedHawks at UB Stadium in Buffalo, New York.

The perfect Bulls have beat down their first two opponents. They have outscored their first two Mid American Conference opponents, 91-40.

Buffalo Bulls quarterback Kyle Vantrease attempts to throw a pass against the Ohio Bobcats
Kyle Vantrease attempts to throw a pass against the Ohio Bobcats (Photo by Buffalo Bulls Athletics)

With the win, the Bulls are 2-0. The Red Hawks fell to 1-1.

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Buffalo now trails in the all-time series 14-8. The Bulls snapped their one-game losing streak with the win.

The blowout win was their first in the series since October 30, 2018. Before the 2018 win, they had not win against the RedHawks since October 29, 2015.

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Bulls quarterback Kyle Vantrease went 17 of 27 for 353 yards. He had four touchdown passes.

Kevin Marks Jr. had 16 carries for 109 yards. Antonio Nunn had five receptions for 137 yards and one touchdown.

RedHawks quarterback AJ Mayer went 7 of 25 for 116 yards. He had one touchdown pass and one interception.

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Zach Kahn had eight carries for 39 yards. Jack Sorenson had three receptions for 38 yards.

Jaret Patterson had two rushing touchdowns for the Bulls. Nunn, Trevor Wilson, Zac Lefebvre, and Jovany Ruiz had one touchdown reception each.

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Jalen Walker had the lone RedHawks touchdown. Henry Beckett also made a field goal.

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