The best player for the Bulls to date has been 6’4″ wing Greg Gamble, who is averaging 12ppg in 27.8 minutes, in addition to nearly 4 boards per game. This is due mostly to his 51.5% from the floor, though he only is 14-24 (58.3%) from the line, meaning most of his shots are dunks/layups. This should drop drastically against the defense of Mike Cook and Gilbert Brown, and I would expect Gamble’s productivity to severely drop. Nothing about this Buffalo team really worries me- their top rebounder (Max Boudreau, at 4.8 boards per game) is only 6’7″, and should be kept in check by Blair and Sam Young. This is a team with 12 sophomores and juniors, and with only two players averaging more than twenty minutes per game, this is definitely a team that is looking to get the younger players some experience as they gear up for a run at the MAC championship in 2008-2009. For this game, I would look for Dejuan Blair to test his injured tailbone, possibly getting minutes early and sitting late as Pitt runs away with another one. This is certainly not the experienced, frontcourt-heavy Buffalo that Pitt defeated last year, and as such I would expect our experience and depth to lead us to another large victory.