Give Buffalo football fans credit. They realize these might be the final few seasons for a football team that has become a major part of the community’s fabric. Taxes are almost certain to make the lifespan of the Bills as we know them shorter, yet the people of Western New York have plunked down their hard-earned cash en masse — the team announced on Thursday that more than 50,000 season tickets have been sold for the upcoming season. Can the Bills give us another hurrah? Or better yet, can the rebirth of the football team work the same magic as it did in the early 80s, when the Talkin’ Proud campaign pumped life into a dying region?
- Can Starks handle the pressure?
- City Championship restores sporting faith
- NU AD gets two minutes for lamest excuse
- Still not getting Hamilton threat
- Was ’Cuse bad for Harris?
- Demske not fit for baseball
- Fewer locals at N-Trip
- Holy Bemidji! Beavers score one for CHA
- Flynn’s run proves he’s worthy of NBA
- NU baseball needs to right ship