Jarod Oldham

Buffalo Bulls #3 - Guard

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 185

10 to tip: Jarryn Skeete UB's experienced hand

Skeete is not only the last remaining link to Reggie Witherspoon, but he's the last Bull who played with Javon McCrea. That was like 18 months ago! The Basics Number: 10Year: SeniorPosition: G...

#23- Jarryn Skeete (G- UB)

No one exemplifies the turbulent last three years of Buffalo basketball better than shooting guard Jarryn Skeete. A senior who's steadily improved from a young, shaky point guard to one of the more...

For UB MBB, transfers are the new normal


Let's assume Shannon Evans is gone. Right now, in the big picture, I don't care much either way. He's a young guy trying to figure out the best way to pursue his dreams. This is the second time...

Is the bench too short?


Men's Basketball's 9-3 start hasn't exactly given us a ton to say: After a while you can't just keep highlighting positives without sounding too homerish, and I sit on that edge as it is. One...

Takeaways from UB's win over Drexel


As I said in the instant reactions piece, the Bulls' win over Drexel today is not as much of a positive omen as last year's victory over the Dragons, but it is nice to see for the second straight...

Is Will Regan Getting Nuiriankh'd?


Is Will Regan getting Nuiriankh'd?

Both BB teams win: Further takeaways


Both UB basketball teams were victorious on Saturday; the men in Buffalo, and the women in Miami.

MBB Preview: The Juniors


A Reggie recruit who got starts as a freshman. A power forward facing a huge jump in playing time. Two big-for-their-position transfers full of potential. The 2014-15 UB Men's Basketball junior...

Buffalo Bulls Up and Down Season Review

The Bulls excelled on home court, but faltered on the road in an up and down season.

Looking through a distorted Spectrum


UB college rag The Spectrum goes on a misplaced diatribe against UB AD Danny White, and a couple of other soapboxes.

EMU 69 - UB 64 Instant Reactions



What's Next: The Future of MAC Basketball

With another year of MAC Basketball almost in the books, which teams are best poised to be at the front of the class in the coming years?