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2020 Schedule
1st in MAC E
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166dAlex Scarborough

Bama gets good news: Lewis to return next year

Alabama guard Kira Lewis Jr., the SEC All-Freshman who entered the NCAA transfer portal following the departure of coach Avery Johnson two weeks ago, announced on Monday that he'll return to Tuscaloosa for his sophomore season.

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168d

Buffalo promotes top assistant to replace Oats

Jim Whitesell, the top assistant under Nate Oats as Buffalo made the NCAA tournament three times over the past four seasons, will take over as the new coach of the program.

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178dJeff Borzello

Alabama hires Buffalo's Oats as head coach

Alabama has hired Nate Oats as its next coach, replacing Avery Johnson. Oats led Buffalo to the second round of the 2018 and 2019 NCAA tournaments.

Farnham, Ellis predicting deep runs for Buffalo (0:56)
Bilas: Two of the best non Power-5 teams in West (4:20)
Harris drops 31 as Buffalo wins MAC Championship (1:18)
189d

Raging Bulls: Buffalo wins fourth MAC title in 5 years

Jeremy Harris scored 31 points, C.J. Massinburg added 17 and No. 18 Buffalo won its fourth Mid-American Conference title in five years -- and further stamped itself as a team to fear in the NCAA Tournament -- by beating Bowling Green 87-73 on Saturday...

Graves knocks down big 3 (0:26)
Plowden ties game with deep 3 (0:21)
Harris takes control with early slam (0:26)
190d

No. 18 Buffalo rallies past Central Michigan into MAC final

C.J. Massinburg dropped a spinning layup and made four free throws in the final 32 seconds as No. 18 Buffalo moved into the Mid-American Conference Tournament title game with an 85-81 win over Central Michigan in the semifinals on Friday night.

Massinburg hits 2 free throws to seal the deal (0:23)
Buffalo capitalizes on crazy sequence to take the lead (0:15)
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191dJeff Borzello

Buffalo agrees to 5-year extension with Oats

Buffalo head coach Nate Oats has agreed to a new five-year contract that keeps him signed with the Bulls through the 2024 season.

Caruthers drives, McRae dunks for Buffalo (0:22)
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192d

Buffalo sweeps MAC player, coaching awards

Buffalo swept the Mid-American Conference's top regular-season awards with guard C.J. Massinburg tabbed as the best player and Nate Oats recognized as coach of the year.

Team Stats

Points Per Game84.4
Rebounds Per Game40.9
Assists Per Game16.6
Points Allowed70.8162nd

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record0-2
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances2