Buffalo State Bengals
|Overall record: 4-6 - Conference: 2-3|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • In-region)
|9/4||at Robert Morris||L, 47-10|
|9/11||at Ithaca •||L, 45-0|
|9/18||vs. Wesley *||L, 17-0|
|9/25||vs. Cortland •||L, 28-14|
|10/2||vs. Frostburg State *||W, 16-9|
|10/9||vs. Salisbury *||L, 40-6|
|10/23||at Newport News *||W, 30-19|
|10/30||at Plymouth State •||W, 26-0|
|11/6||vs. Thiel •||W, 18-12|
|11/13||at Brockport * •||L, 42-21|
November 11, 2017 Buffalo State rolls past St. John Fisher to end season, 35-14 BUFFALO, N.Y.— Buffalo State rumbled for 239 rushing yards and 497 yards of total offense in a decisive 35-14 victory over visiting St. John Fisher to close the season today at Coyer Field.
November 4, 2017 Late score lifts Buffalo State over Hartwick, 24-20 ONEONTA, N.Y.— Kyle Hoppy (Orchard Park/Orchard Park) connected with Had Bryant (Bronx/Cardinal Hayes) for a 16-yard touchdown with just 10 seconds remaining to lift Buffalo State to a 24-20 victory over host Hartwick today in an Empire 8 contest.
October 28, 2017 No. 11 Brockport spoils Buffalo State homecoming, 33-0 BUFFALO, N.Y.—Nationally No. 11-ranked Brockport limited Buffalo State to just 124 yards of total offense, dealing the Bengals a 33-0 homecoming defeat in an Empire 8 game today at Coyer Field.
October 21, 2017 Utica pulls away from Buffalo State, 34-12 UTICA, N.Y.—Utica scored the game’s final 21 points to a pull away from visiting Buffalo State for a 34-12 victory in an Empire 8 game today at Charles A. Gaetano Stadium.
October 14, 2017 Buffalo State rallies past St. Lawrence, 24-21 CANTON, N.Y.—Buffalo State pitched a second-half shutout and Kyle Hoppy (Orchard Park/Orchard Park) scored on a 20-yard quarterback keeper with just over a minute remaining to allow the Bengals to erase a 14-point deficit and defeat host St. Lawrence, 24-21, today at Leckonby Stadium.
October 7, 2017 Buffalo State stumbles against Cortland, 38-12 BUFFALO, N.Y.—Buffalo State outgained Cortland by 77 total yards, but could not overcome four turnovers in a 38-12 loss in an Empire 8 contest today at Coyer Field.