|2010 Buffalo Bulls football|
|2010 record||2–10 (1–7 MAC)|
|Head coach||Jeff Quinn|
|Offensive coordinator||Greg Forest|
|Defensive coordinator||William Inge|
|Home stadium||University at Buffalo Stadium|
|2010 Mid-American Conference football standings|
|Northern Illinois x||8||–||0||11||–||3|
|Championship: Miami 26, Northern Illinois 21|
The 2010 Buffalo Bulls football team represented the University at Buffalo in the 2010 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Bulls, led by first-year head coach Jeff Quinn, played their home games at the University at Buffalo Stadium and members of the east division of the Mid-American Conference. They finished the season 2–10, 1–7 in MAC play.
- Davonte Shannon, Strong Safety, Three-time First
- Peter Bittner, Guard, 2009 Second Team all-MAC.
- Domonic Cook Safety # 25 senior
- Terrel Jackson WR # 10 junior hometown Temple, Texas
- Steve Means Defensive End No. 40 Hometown- Buffalo, New York
- Khalil Mack, Linebacker 2× First-team NFL All-Pro
The previous season was a disappointing one for the UB Bulls: Following 2008's MAC Championship, UB was expected to challenge for the conference championship again in 2009. But before the season even started, bad luck struck the team as star running back James Starks injured the labrum in his left shoulder in a pre-season scrimmage. It was determined that he would need surgery and miss the whole year. The offense also struggled without four-year starting quarterback Drew Willy as new starter Zach Maynard had an up-and-down season. The defense was unable to force as many turnovers as it did in 2008 and still struggled to stop opposing offenses as coach Turner Gill's decision to replace defensive coordinator Jimmy Williams with defensive back coach Fred Reed did not pay off. The team was out of MAC championship and bowl contention by mid-season and finished 5-7. Despite the setback, Gill was hired away by Kansas. Two weeks after Gill left, UB announced the hiring of Quinn, the offensive coordinator for the then-undefeated and 3rd ranked Cincinnati Bearcats football team. In the Sugar Bowl the Bearcats lost to the Florida Gators.
|Dalton Barksdale||Defensive End||6'3"||240||Detroit, MI|
|Dante Burton||Tight End||6'4"||236||Lodi, NJ|
|Jasen Carlson||Offensive Lineman||6'3"||295||Lakewood, NY|
|Andre Davis||Defensive Tackle||6'4"||275||Cheektowaga, NY|
|Cordero Dixon||Wide Receiver||6'1"||185||Suwanee, GA|
|Delano Fabor||Cornerback||6'0"||193||Buffalo, NY|
|Okoye Houston||Safety||6'0"||185||Greenville, SC|
|Devon Hughes||Wide Receiver||6'0"||185||Tyrone, GA|
|Rudy Johnson||Quarterback||6'1"||195||Owings Mills, MD|
|Cortney Lester||Wide Receiver||5'11"||175||Miramar, FL|
|Jack Molloy||Punter/Placekicker||6'2"||200||Harrison, NY|
|James Potts||Running Back||5'11||190||Boynton Beach, FL|
|Adam Redden||Wide Receiver||6'0"||185||Amherst, NY|
|Kendall Roberson||Linebacker||6'2"||215||Decatur, GA|
|Witney Sherry||Safety||6'1"||180||Miami, FL|
|Jake Silas||Offensive Lineman||6'8"||270||Portland, MI|
|Kristjan Sokoli||Defensive End||6'5"||230||Bloomfield, NJ|
|Dwellie Striggles||Cornerback||5'10"||170||Lauderhill, FL|
|Jeff Veinotte||Offensive Lineman||6'5"||305||Ottawa, ON|
|Aaron Walters||Wide Receiver||6'1"||180||Hopkins, SC|
|Tyler Warden||Quarterback||6'7"||215||Glen Ellyn, IL|
|Colby Way||Linebacker||6'3"||235||State College, PA|
|Alex Zordich||Quarterback||6'3"||215||Youngstown, OH|
|September 2||7:00 PM||Rhode Island*||TWCSN||W 31–0||16,273|
|September 11||7:00 PM||at Baylor*||FCS Central||L 6–34||40,853|
|September 18||7:00 PM||UCF*||TWCSN||L 10–24||14,312|
|September 25||12:00 PM||at Connecticut*||Big East Network||L 21–45||36,738|
|October 2||3:30 PM||at Bowling Green||BCSN||W 28–26||14,544|
|October 16||3:30 PM||at Northern Illinois||L 14–45||21,230|
|October 23||12:00 PM||Temple||ESPN+||L 0–42||13,371|
|October 30||3:30 PM||Miami (OH)||TWCSN||L 9–21||12,786|
|November 4||7:30 PM||at Ohio||ESPNU||L 17–34||15,112|
|November 12||6:00 PM||Ball State||ESPNU||L 3–20||11,355|
|November 20||2:00 PM||Eastern Michigan||STO||L 17–21||9,786|
|November 26||2:00 PM||at Akron||STO||L 14–22||5,216|
|2010 Buffalo Bulls football team roster|
- "Bulls lose Starks to shoulder injury". ESPN.com. 2009-08-25. Retrieved 28 December 2009.
- "Cincinnati's Quinn is new UB football coach". The Buffalo News. December 20, 2009. Archived from the original on December 22, 2009. Retrieved December 20, 2009.
- "Rhode Island Rams vs. Buffalo Bulls Box Score". ESPN.com. Archived from the original on September 8, 2010. Retrieved September 14, 2010.
- "Buffalo Bulls vs. Baylor Bears Box Score". ESPN.com. Archived from the original on September 14, 2010. Retrieved September 14, 2010.
- http://www.gozips.com/fls/10800/stats/football/2010/game12.htm?SPSID=47122&SPID=4319&DB_OEM_ID=10800[permanent dead link]