Buffalo Bulls head coach, Jeff Quinn, says his team is no stranger to large, loud and hostile road environments. Sure the Bulls may not have a legitimate chance to beat Georgia -- especially not at Sanford Stadium in front of 92,000 screaming fans -- but he's confident his squad won't be intimidated, according to DogBytesOnline:
"This will be the third-largest stadium our program have ever competed in," Buffalo coach Jeff Quinn said Monday. "We've played Penn State, we've played Tennessee, we've played Auburn, Baylor. These kids have had a taste of these kind of games and opportunities. To have players that are returning - we have 16 returning starters back that were at Tennessee that will be playing for us at Georgia - I feel good that the maturity and the development of our program is where we want to be. Certainly it will be important to see how we gauge against a top SEC team."
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