Buffalo Bulls dismiss head coach Jeff Quinn

Monday October 13th, 2014

The Buffalo Bulls have dismissed head coach Jeff Quinn after five years, Pete Roussel of Coachingsearch.com reported on Monday afternoon. Offensive coordinator Alex Wood will replace him as interim head coach.

Since becoming head coach in 2010, Quinn collected a 20-36 record. The Bulls went 8-5 in 2013, playing in an FBS bowl for the second time in team history.

The team has gone 3-4 this year, most recently losing two in a row to Eastern Michigan and Bowling Green.

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With a 1-2 record in the Mid-American Conference, the Bulls are third in the East Division behind Bowling Green and Akron. Buffalo has a bye this week.

Quinn's resume before the head coaching job at Buffalo included time as offensive coordinator/line coach with Brian Kelly at Cincinnati, as well as stints at Central Michigan and Grand Valley State.

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So far during the 2014 season, the Bulls are 27th in the FBS in passing, with 290.7 yards per game, but 50th in rushing, amassing 185.1 yards per game.

Despite being 49th overall in points for, averaging 33 per contest, Buffalo is 102nd in points against, allowing 35.

- Christopher Woody


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