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December 14, 2010

Domonic Cook named UB’s MVP

AMHERST — Senior defensive back Domonic Cook was given the most valuable player award at the University at Buffalo’s football banquet.

Switching from cornerback to safety this season, the St. Joe’s graduate made six interctions, which ranked fifth in the nation, and 58 tackles.

Fellow safety Davonte Shannon received the defensive team MVP award after leading the Bulls with 120 tackles and intercepting four passes. Shannon graduates as UB’s all-time leading tackler.

Alex Neutz of Grand Island was named offensive MVP. The redshirt freshman receiver had 26 catches for 414 yards and four touchdowns. His 15.9-yard receiving average led the team.

John Syty and Issac Baugh were named co-MVPs of the Bulls’ special teams.

 

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