Game Analysis: Chazz Anderson might have been playing for the rest of his career in this one. A Bulls defeat and it would have been time -- or at least close to time -- for Bulls to start looking to future. Instead, Anderson threw for 343 yards and two TDs. UB passing game was the difference. They couldn't have gotten by with Brenden Oliver's big day alone.
Turning Point: They abound when there are four second-half lead changes. But Bulls could have been staggered when LeVon Brazill run 67 yards on a reverse to give Bobcats a 31-24 lead. Instead, second later, Ed Young took a wide receiver screen and went 90 yards for a touchdown, UB's longest passing TD since 1996.
Decision of the Game: Jeff Quinn decided it was now or never on fourth and goal from the Ohio 1 with UB down 3 5:45 left. They gave the ball to Oliver and he produced the winning points. Gutsy call.
Player of the Game: How does one differentiate between Anderson, Oliver and Ed Young?
In the House: 15,051 at UB Stadium saw a game that sticks in the memory bank.
Next Up: Bulls head to Philly to face Temple Saturday. It's HUGE.
-- Bob DiCesare