In a moment of sheer jubilation, President John B. Simpson and Coach Turner Gill celebrate the UB Bulls’ decisive win over unbeaten Ball State, 42-24, to capture the 2008 MAC Championship December 5 at Detroit’s Ford Field. An elated Warde Manuel, UB director of athletics, looks on.
Photo: Paul Hokanson
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