October 20, 2010
Eight Bulls Named to Phil Steeles Midseason All-MAC Team
BUFALO, NY – Eight members of the
University at Buffalo football team have been named to the Phil
Steele Midseason All-MAC Team.
Mack is playing like a seasoned veteran in only his freshman
season. The Fort Pierce, FL native has 27 tackles, including a
team-best nine tackles for loss. He also leads the team in pass
breakups (6) and quarterback hurries (4).
Cook has flourished since making the move from cornerback to
safety this season. He has been a turnover machine with three
interceptions, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries
through six games.
Jackson is averaging 16 yards per punt return this season to
lead the Mid-American Conference.
Rivers is another Bull having a breakout season. The junior
receiver leads the team with 37 catches and 518 yards receiving.
He's tied for second on the team with three touchdowns.
Bittner has been the workhorse of the Bulls' offensive
line over his four-year career. He was a 2009 All-MAC
Means leads the Bulls with 3.5 sacks and ranks second with 5.5
tackles for loss. He leads all UB defensive linemen with 24
Thomas has been a tremendous cover corner for the Bulls this
season. He has 22 tackles, including three for loss, as well as an
interception and four pass breakups.
Shannon is having another stellar season at safety. He leads
the team with 50 tackles to go along with a pair of interceptions
and a fumble recovery.