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Dec 19 2014 01:29 PM | Mean Green 93-98
Dec 17 2014 02:00 PM | Harry
DENTON – North Texas head football coach Dan McCarney has announced the hiring of Chris Cosh as defensive coordinator.
Cosh comes to North Texas with a wealth of experience having served as a defensive coordinator for 16 of his 30 seasons in coaching, including time at Kansas State, Maryland, South Carolina, Michigan State and Illinois. Cosh spent the 2014 season as the defensive line coach at the University of Buffalo. He will replace John Skladany who retired at the end of the season.
“Chris has a tremendous blend of experience and success and comes highly recommended by some of the most respected football coaches at both the collegiate and professional levels,” McCarney said. “He has a proven track record as a coordinator and linebacker coach in the Big 10 Conference, the SEC and the Big 12 and his reputation as a tireless recruiter precedes him. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Chris to the Mean Green family.”
Cosh, 55, was the defensive coordinator at South Florida in 2012 and in his one season in Tampa he helped produce two All-Big East defenders.
From 2009-11, Cosh was the defensive coordinator at Kansas State, where he helped rebuild the Wildcat defense culminating with a Cotton Bowl appearance in 2011. The Wildcats defense was ranked 37th in the nation in 2011 and produced three All-Big 12 performers, including Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Arthur Brown. The Wildcats finished the season with a 10-3 record.
Dec 17 2014 11:02 AM | Mean_Green09
Buffalo DL coach Chris Cosh new DC at North Texas source told @ESPN. He was DC in 16 of 29 seasons coaching.
Jul 08 2014 01:39 PM | Harry
1). WR - Rodney Bendy (6-4, 180) Tyler, Texas (John Tyler) [May 9th, 2014]
2). DE Sam Miller (6-3, 225) Canton, Texas (Canton HS) [June 15th, 2014]
3). DB - Nate Brooks (6-0, 160) Whitehouse, Texas (Whitehouse HS) [June 16th, 2014]
4). DB - Ashton Preston (5-11, 179) Edmond, Oklahoma (Santa Fe HS) [July 3, 2014]
5). OL - Cody Wheeler (6-4, 295) Allen, Texas (Allen HS) [July 19, 2014]
6). DB - Taylor Robinson (5-11, 175) Keller, Texas (Central HS) [July 21, 2014]
7). OL - Chett Munden (6-6, 303) Marshall, Texas (Marshall HS) [July 28, 2014]
8). TE - Kelvin Smith (6-3, 235) Spring, Texas (DeKaney HS) [July 30, 2014]
9). DE - RD Wegmann (6-3, 255) Wichita Falls, Texas (Rider HS) [Aug 15, 2014]
10). ATH - Jerbrell Lipscomb (5-10, 186) Navasoto, Texas (Navasoto HS) [September 8, 2014]
11). OL - Creighton Barr (6-3, 285) Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus HS) [September 8, 2014]
12). DE - Eli "Cinco" Howard (6-4, 255) San Angelo, Texas (Central HS) [December 8, 2014]
13). OL - Brian Ochs (6-4, 300) Quinter, Kansas (Butler CC) [December 13, 2014]
14). LB - Dakota Smith (6-4, 225) Plano, Texas (Plano East/Trinity Valley CC) [December 13, 2014]
15). LB - Courtney Finney (6-4, 225) Plano, Texas (Bay City/Trinity Valley CC) [December 14, 2014]
16). WR - Thaddeous Thompson (6-4, 180) Cibolo, Texas (Cibolo HS/Scottsdale CC) [May 9, 2014]
17). QB - DaMarcus Smith (6-1, 225) Louisville, Kentucky (Seneca HS/Butler CC) [December 14, 2014]
Dec 08 2014 04:51 PM | Cerebus
Dec. 8, 2014
Dear UNT community,
Taking part in graduation is one of my favorite things about being a university president. Graduating from college is a defining moment in a person's life — the achievement of a long-held dream and the start of a bright future filled with opportunity. It's a huge honor to be a part of this life-changing moment for the more than 8,500 students who graduate from UNT each year and to share in the pride of their family and friends. It reminds me how powerful and transformative a college education is for students and their families and friends.
To mark the occasion with the grandeur and fanfare it deserves, we're changing commencement so that graduates can celebrate their successes and transition from being students to alumni with the entire UNT community. Starting in May 2015, UNT will hold a single university-wide commencement every May at Apogee Stadium for all graduates who earn their degree in the current academic year. Our inaugural university-wide commencement will be held May 16, 2015, kicking off a new tradition and celebrating UNT’s 125th anniversary. This is a much-needed step forward for a university that is growing in size, quality and reputation.
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