Tyler Mabry

Stanford Cardinal #77 - Offensive Tackle

  • Height: 6-7
  • Weight: 292

From Famine to Feast, Buffalo’s Offense is Primed for 2020


It’s no secret that the Buffalo defense was the key to UB’s bowl win last season, they led the MAC in most every category that mattered and propelled the Bulls to a bowl gmae in which they choked...

Seahawks waive Naz Jones, 3 others, to sign 12 undrafted free agents


Last week the Seattle Seahawks announced the signing of five undrafted free agents, including quarterback Anthony Gordon, receiver Aaron Fuller, tackle Tommy Champion, edge rusher Eli Mencer and...

James Gilbert, Riley Neal and Tyler Mabry sign NFL UDFA contracts after grad transfer season


Just as the NFL Draft treated former MAC transfers nicely in 2020, the UDFA route also produced a handful of signees with former MAC experience.

Getting to know Michigan’s Week 10 opponent: Maryland Terrapins

Michigan has never lost to Maryland under Jim Harbaugh.

Maryland at Purdue: Preview, Odds & How to Watch


It’s homecoming in West Lafayette, and our guests are the Maryland Terrapins.

No. 12 Penn State vs. Maryland: Game Preview


It’s about time for some Friday Night Lights for Penn State’s first road game of the season!

Temple defense clamps down in 20-17 win over No. 21 Maryland


Two stops in goal-to-go situations led the Owls to an upset win over the Terps.

Five Things Learned: Penn State 45, Buffalo 13


Don’t be fooled by the box score. Buffalo showed it belonged on the same field as the #15 Nittany Lions for a while.

2020 NFL Draft: Week 2 college football prospect preview & live chat


A bit of a ho-hum week with a couple very notable exceptions

2019 Week 2 MAC Preview: Buffalo Bulls @ Penn State Nittany Lions


Bulls take undefeated record into Happy Valley in search of a second-ever Big Ten win.

MM 8.5: Maryland CB Ken Montgomery enters transfer portal

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

Tyler Mabry hopes to lead Maryland football’s tight end resurgence as a graduate transfer

The First Team All-MAC selection is eager to make the most of his one season in College Park.