This year's Buffalo-Northern Illinois football game, scheduled for election night on Nov. 3, has been moved to Oct. 31, the Mid-American Conference announced Monday.
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University of Buffalo running back Dylan McDuffie has been suspended indefinitely after he was arrested Saturday night on a domestic violence charge, the school announced.
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