UB shutout for first time since 2011, lose to #21 Western Michigan 38-0

Posted at 9:32 PM, Nov 19, 2016

For the first time since 2011, the University at Buffalo football team was shutout, losing 38-0 to #21 Western Michigan on Saturday.

The Broncos, who are eyeing a berth into a January Six Bowl for non-Power 5 teams is now 11-0, while the Bulls drop to 2-9 and remain winless on the road.

Despite being 35-point underdogs, the UB defense held its own in the first half, forcing a turnover and limiting the Broncos to just 14-points.

However, the Bulls offense struggled to gain traction at Waldo Stadium amassing just 268 total yards of offense.

Western Michigan racked up 628 total yards including 445 through the air.

Broncos receiver Corey Davis had 13 catches for 173 yards and two touchdowns.The 

Bulls return to action the day after Thanksgiving to close the season out against Bowling Green.