The Buffalo star, who is viewed as a late-round prospect despite huge production, plans to surprise skeptics like he has done since youth football.
- Buffalo's Patterson, RB with 8-TD game, to draft
- Buffalo RB Patterson likely to play in bowl game
- Ball State topples Buffalo en route to MAC crown
- Buffalo RB 12th ever to hit 1K yards in 5 games
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Former Buffalo running back Jaret Patterson is well known for his on field production, but it's his practice habits that coaches say set him apart from his peers
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Bill Connelly breaks down the MAC East division and whether Buffalo is primed to win its third division title in four years.
The College Football Playoff crowned its next champion in Miami. Take a look at the rest of the CFP and bowl season.
Adam Rittenberg predicts the winners and final scores of every bowl game, including the College Football Playoff.
Buffalo junior Jaret Patterson, who tied the FBS record with eight rushing touchdowns in a game, will forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft.
— Kevin Marks scored on a 1-yard touchdown run with 1:09 left and Buffalo made a final defensive stop to beat Marshall 17-10 in the Camellia Bowl on Friday.
One thing that hasn't changed heading into the Camellia Bowl is Jarret Patterson's ability to put up statistics at a rate overwhelming for defenses.
Buffalo's Jaret Patterson, who has run for 1,072 yards this season and leads the nation with 178.7 yards rushing per game, is expected to play in the Camellia Bowl.
Here are the key players and storylines for every college football bowl game, including the playoff.
Powered by Drew Plitt's three touchdown passes, Ball State defeated Buffalo on Friday night to win the MAC championship in Detroit.
— Drew Plitt threw three touchdown passes and ran for a score in the first half, and Ball State kept Buffalo star Jaret Patterson under control in a 38-28 victory over the 23rd-ranked Bulls on Friday night in the Mid-American Conference title game.
One of the strangest college football seasons is finally at its conference championship weeks and the storylines are plentiful. Notre Dame as ACC champion? Can Florida push Alabama? How will Saturday impact the CFP? All this and more.
Stephen A, Max and Kendrick Perkins debate how far the Bucks have to make it this year to justify Giannis' contract, if we should worry if the Lakers start slow, and if one more rink puts LeBron on GOAT status.
Saturday's biggest throw came from a cornerback ... throwing a shoe. And that wasn't even the day's wildest ending (thanks, MACtion).
— Jaret Patterson ran for 105 yards and matched a major-college football record by reaching 1,000 yards for the season in five games as No. 24 Buffalo routed Akron 56-7 on Saturday as a tune-up for the Mid-American Conference championship.
Buffalo's Jaret Patterson tied an FBS record on Saturday when he became the 12th player to surpass 1,000 yards rushing in the first five games of the season.
The 2020 college football season has been frustrating and exhausting, but let's take a moment to savor the good things, like an impromptu BYU-Coastal classic, the sublime DeVonta Smith, Iowa State's resurgence, Akron's win and more.
Alabama led an unchanged top seven and extended its streak of consecutive poll appearances to 210, the third longest in the history of the AP poll. No. 24 Buffalo, meanwhile, is ranked for the first time in school history.
Last year, LSU vs. Alabama was a marquee game. Earlier this season, Virginia Tech vs. Clemson could have been. But not anymore, as this season saw big-time programs struggle.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack discuss playoff scenarios and their Week 14 picks; Andrea Adelson on the ACC's schedule change; and Ivan Maisel on the lack of diversity among head coaches
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing College Football Playoff scenarios, who has the edge between Alabama and Notre Dame, College GameDay showcasing Coastal Carolina-Liberty, Jaret Patterson, and their Week 14 picks. Then, Andrea Adelson hops on to talk about the ACC’s schedule change, the possibility of Clemson and Notre Dame both making the playoff, and watching Sarah Fuller’s debut with her daughters (36:00). Later, Ivan Maisel drops by to talk about a very different Alabama-LSU matchup and the lack of diversity among head coaches (52:27).
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Notre Dame’s impressive win over North Carolina and how the Irish may be the No. 1 team in the country. Then, the guys get into Alabama’s continued dominance and Mac Jones pulling a “Joe Burrow,” the Big Ten’s playoff complications with more canceled games, the health of the sport with players leaving their teams mid-season, and the barrier broken by Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller.