BUFFALO, NY - The University at Buffalo football team held its first scrimmage of fall camp on Saturday afternoon at UB Stadium. The Bulls looked impressive on both sides of the ball and head coach Jeff Quinn was very pleased with what he saw.
"As a head coach, you are always looking for both sides of the ball to have success and we saw that today," Quinn said. "We saw our offense put the ball in the endzone and make big plays. Our defense did a good job tackling and had good pursuit to the football."
Here a few highlights of Saturday's scrimmage
Running back Brandon Thermilus had a 66-yard TD run
Dennison connected with wideout Terrell Jackson on a 42-yard TD strike
The Bulls moved the ball 48 yards on the three plays
- Jerry Davis hit Ed Young on a quick slant for a 17-yard gain
- Ike Nduka followed with a 13-yard run
- Davis finished the drive with an 18-yard TD run
Wide receiver Marcus Rivers took a Dennison pass over the middle, broke a tackle and scampered 45 yards to the endzone
Running back Jeffvon Gill's first touch of the day went for 41 yards. He later scored on a 3-yard TD run
Cornerback Domonic Cook picked off a pass across the middle and returned for 25 yards
Linebacker Khalil Mack had three sacks on the day and added another tackle for loss
Linebacker Josh Copeland stuffed Thermilus for a two-yard loss