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Everyone in Olean is excited to see the St. Bonaventure guard combination of Jaylen Adams and Matt Mobley wreck havoc on college basketball again. The top returning scoring duo in Division I basketball was expected to return to action tonight in the opener against Niagara, but an injury in the Bonnies' scrimmage with Alfred could push that back. The status of Adams, the…

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I'm old enough to remember the days of manual typewriters, carbon paper, glue pots and air tubes in the floor to send stories to the composing room. As if it was part of an old movie reel, and not the real-life 1980s. Things are so different now that I spent part of Wednesday night live streaming a mascot race over my phone. Talk about two ends of a journalistic spectrum. …

Gusto

Ah, the memories of 2016. Being yelled at through a bullhorn at Attica State Prison. Riding the Viper at Darien Lake five times in a row, upside down and screaming. And, most shockingly, going to the Porter Cup in Lewiston, and enjoying it. All my life, I had laughed over this quote by the legendary newspaperman H.L. Mencken: "I would never trust a man guilty of…

Bucky and Sully

What a wild weekend in Buffalo sports. The hosts of "Sports Talk Sunday" discussed the unexpected return of the University at Buffalo men's team to the NCAA Tournament, while recognizing the monumental accomplishment of Felisha Legette-Jack in taking the Bulls women to their first-ever Big Dance. The Buffalo News Bills beat reporter Tyler Dunne joined the show to give upd…

Bucky and Sully

The nightcap of the "Sports Talk Sunday" doubleheader welcomed The News' Vic Carucci into the WGRZ studios to provide an update on the LeSean McCoy situation stemming from a fight in a Philadelphia bar. Later in the show, WGRZ's Adam Benigni and Bucky and Sully discussed the fallout of the Sabres' 4-3 loss to Pittsburgh, which had been previewed by Sabres beat reporter Mi…

Gusto

Although the Griffs fell 77-73 to rival St. Bonaventure on the hardwood, Canisius College and St. Bonaventure students -- who always travel well -- traded barbs, while other rivals sat side-by-side to enjoy an evening of basketball.