UB Bulls men's basketball team defeats Arizona State, 91-74

Posted at 6:29 PM, Mar 22, 2019

TULSA, Okla. (WKBW) — The UB men's basketball team is heading to the Round of 32. On Friday afternoon the sixth-seeded Bulls topped the Arizona State Sun Devils and former head coach Bobby Hurley, 91-74.

Jeremy Harris and Nick Perkins led the way on offense for the Bulls.

View some game observations from our Jenna Callari here.

CJ Massingburg spoke to 7 Eyewitness Sports about the win over Arizona State and what they need to improve on heading into the round of 32, view that story here.

Bulls fans are showing their support across WNY, our Sean Robson was at Santora's Pizza Pub and Grill which was jam packed with Bulls fans.

The people of Tulsa have also shown the Bulls a lot of support, our Jeff Slawson has that story here.

Buffalo will take on Texas Tech Sunday with the winner advancing to the Sweet 16. With the win, the Bulls improve to 32-3 on the season.