The Bulls were picked to finish fourth in the MAC East Division.
Weiser, 28, is the University at Buffalo’s all-time leader in catches for tight ends and was a first-team All Mid-American Conference selection during his time with the Bulls.
The live recruiting period begins Tuesday, meaning college athletic programs can host prospective recruits on campus and can travel for in-person recruiting activities.
UB announced that Matt Stansfield is the new offensive line coach, and Cedric Douglas is the new defensive line coach.
Licata is a 2011 Williamsville South graduate and UB's all-time leader in passing yards (9,485) and touchdown passes (76).
Chris White will be UB's special teams coordinator, Dallas Baker will take over as UB's wide receivers coach and DeAndre Thompson will coach cornerbacks.
UB football now has five of its 10 assistants and coordinators in place.
Yahoo! Sports reported Thursday that UB has hired Matt Stansfield as its offensive line coach.
Shane Montgomery will be the Bulls' offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, and Joe Cauthen will join UB as its defensive coordinator and linebackers coach.
Four more members of Lance Leipold's football staff at the University at Buffalo will join him at Kansas.
University at Buffalo football coach Maurice Linguist is close to completing the Bulls' coaching staff.
Montgomery is the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at James Madison, a Football Championship Subdivision program, and helped the Dukes to the FCS playoffs this spring.
The player who would have been the top returning wide receiver for the University at Buffalo football team has entered the transfer portal.
“I have my name attached to Maurice Linguist,” Alnutt said. “And personally, for me as well, I felt that we recruited a new friend, and we’re going to be in here together, forever tied to each other, which is huge.”
Maurice Linguist could become one of the top five highest paid football coaches in the Mid-American Conference.
Cauthen has coached at the high school, junior college and college football levels since 1990, and worked on the Valdosta State staff with new head coach Maurice Linguist in 2008.
Linguist’s task at UB will be to unite a whole team, and for the Bulls to continue to carry the banner of being one of the Mid-American Conference’s upper-echelon programs.
Linguist, 37, is in his 15th season of coaching football, and UB is his first head coaching job.
Linguist is currently the co-defensive coordinator at Michigan. He replaces Lance Leipold, who left UB last week to become the head coach at Kansas.