The Binghamton Bearcats men's basketball team is set for road action tomorrow as they meet the University at Buffalo Bulls at Noon.  It is the first meeting between the two schools at the Division I level.  The game will be played at Alumni Arena, home of the Bulls.

The Bearcats have not played in over a week as the last time out was a road loss at Monmouth.  That dropped Binghamton's record to 2-8. Tomorrow marks the third of four consecutive road games for the Bearcats.

Yesterday, Buffalo saw its record fall to 4-4 with an overtime loss to Manhattan at the Barclays Center. The Bulls committed 22 turnovers in the defeat. Freshman Shannon Evans paced the Bulls with 20 points.

Former Duke standout guard Bobby Hurley is in his first season as head coach of the Bulls.  Buffalo plays out of the Mid-American Conference.

The Bearcats leading scorer is sophomore Jordan Reed.  Reed is averaging 16.2 points per game.  Freshman guard Marlon Beck is second in scoring average for BU with a 12/7 average.  Another freshman, Nick Madray is averaging 11.5 points per outing.  Binghamton will not play again until this Saturday with a home game against Bryant at 2 PM.

The  Bearcats close out the 2013 portion of their schedule with a road game in Philadelphia at St. Joseph's at 2 PM on New Year's Eve.  Both tomorrow's and the game on New Year's Eve will be aired on 1360 AM WYOS.

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