Tuesday Night Lights: Buffalo season preview circa 2018

Episode 53 of Tuesday Night Lights is live, and is available for you to download on your preferred podcast-listening device.

Episode description: 

Buffalo could be as good as any team out of the MAC East to come away with a banner year and make it back to the MAC Championship game for the first time in 10 years. This year, specifically, will be the most-telling of Lance Leipold’s time at Buffalo. Considering the talent on the roster, if he can’t elevate this year’s team past 6-6, will he ever be able to?

Six questions we ask ourselves about Buffalo in the year of 2018:

  1. Is Tyree Jackson elite?
  2. Drew Anderson played out of his mind last year in place of Tyree for a few games.  He’s gone now, and can Kyle Vantrease provide the same spark if Tyree goes down again?
  3. What sort of improvements need to be made on the rush offense?
  4. How much depth behind Anthony Johnson is there?
  5. What’s the case for optimism in UB’s defense?
  6. Lance Leipold looked to be on the hot seat after a 2-10 season, but now has a MAC East contender.  Can he turn the Bulls into a powerhouse like Wisconsin-whitewater?

Send mailbag questions to: macprospectus@gmail.com

Tuesday Night Lights is a feature of MAC Prospectus and Free on Saturday. You can subscribe to the show via iTunes and Podbean and other podcast-listening apps.

Here’s a link to our intro and outro music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/track/moose

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