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The Buffalo Bulls, also known as the UB Bulls, are the athletic teams representing the University at Buffalo (UB) in the State University of New York system, in intercollegiate athletics. The Bulls currently play in Division I (Division I FBS of the NCAA in football), and are a member of the Mid-American Conference (MAC) for all sports except women's rowing, which is in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA). The Bulls have been a member of the Mid-American Conference since 1998 The Buffalo Bulls field 11 men's and women's athletic teams in sports, although only nine team sports for both men and women are identified on the official website. The Bulls have had dozens of athletes turn professional in football, baseball, basketball, soccer, and volleyball. The mascot of UB's athletic teams is Victor E. Bull. In 2001, Victoria S. Bull was introduced as Victor's sister, but has not been observed for many years.
The Buffalo Bulls men's basketball team has been a member of Division I since the mid-1990s after dropping to the Division III level for the 1977–1978 season, spending time in the Mid-Continent Conference before moving to the Mid-American Conference in 1999.
After several years of mediocrity, the Bulls had their most memorable season in their 2004–2005 campaign. Led by senior guard Turner Battle, (who is now Bulls assiant head coach) the Bulls went on an improbable run to the Mid-American Conference Championship, beating Western Michigan in the semi-finals at the Gund Arena in Cleveland. In the MAC final, despite leading by 17 at the half, the Bulls lost in overtime to Ohio University on a tip-in by Leon Williams with 0.5 seconds remaining. The Bulls failed to clinch the automatic bid to the 2005 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, and were not chosen by the selection committee on Selection Sunday. They then went to the National Invitation Tournament (NIT). During that season, the Bulls were led by Coach Reggie Witherspoon, and ended the season with a school record of 23 wins.