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Shannon Evans transfers to Arizona State, reunites with Bobby Hurley

Shannon Evans, Buffalo’s second-leading scorer, will reunite with head coach Bobby Hurley, as it was reported he will transfer to Arizona State.

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All-MAC guard Shannon Evans to transfer from Buffalo; is athletics director Danny White at fault?

Second-team All-MAC selection Shannon Evans is transferring from Buffalo, according to multiple reports. The 6-foot-1 sophomore had a breakout season under former head coach Bobby Hurley in helping the Bulls reach the program’s first NCAA tournament appearance. 528 more words

Virginia Tech 42, Buffalo 17: Logan Thomas, Hokies roll to second round win

BLACKSBURG, VA — Logan Thomas threw for one touchdown and ran for two more as Virginia Tech rolled Buffalo 42-17 on Monday, Dec. 15.

The Hokies has little trouble with the Bulls and their star running back Branden Oliver. 253 more words

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Buffalo assistant Nate Oats hired as head coach

Buffalo has promoted assistant Nate Oates to head coach, the school announced.

Oates has been with Buffalo for the past two seasons and was named interim head coach after Bobby Hurley… 224 more words

Bobby Hurley is a Great Hire at Arizona St.

University of Buffalo basketball coach Bobby Hurley is heading to Arizona St. to replace the fired Herb Sendek. A few weeks ago, Hurley was also said to be the leading candidate to take over DePaul but nothing ever came of that situation. 423 more words

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Bobby Hurley Not Focusing on Job Rumors

In his 2nd season at the University of Buffalo, Buffalo Bulls basketball head coach Bobby Hurley took the team to their first ever NCAA Tournament, where they ultimately lost, but Hurley still achieved something no other Buffalo coach has before. 266 more words

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Buffalo, head coach Bobby Hurley discussing contract extension

For coaches the month of March can be a life-altering one, as success with their current program could lead to an opportunity at another. That’s been the case for Buffalo head coach Bobby Hurley, who led the Bulls to their first-ever NCAA tournament appearance and gave No. 361 more words