Bulls lose Starks to shoulder injury
AMHERST, N.Y. -- Buffalo running back James Starks knew shoulder surgery now would cost him his final season of college football. He also knew he couldn't help his team if he wasn't healthy.
So Starks decided it was best to have his shoulder repaired and prepare for a shot at the NFL, leaving the defending Mid-American Conference champion Bulls without their all-time leading rusher.
"It was a hard decision," Starks said on Tuesday. "I've been here the whole summer, working hard. ...
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