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  1. If I make it I won't be there until right at game time. Sorry -- sounds like fun. So nice to have this game mean something!
  2. 21,245 read more: http://www.rowdytalk.com/showthread.php/8363-UTSA-v-UNT-Attendance-Prediction-2016
  3. No ill will towards him or his family at all. What Dodge did to him, and the poor way Dodge handled it bothers me a lot though.
  4. The University of North Texas Opera and Symphony Orchestra will present Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro, “The Marriage of Figaro,” a comedic tale of love, infidelity and forgiveness. Directed by David Ward and conducted by Stephen Dubberly, the performances will take place at 8 p.m. Nov. 4 and 11 and 3 p.m. Nov. 6 and 13 in the Lyric Theater at the Murchison Performing Arts Center. View Full Article
  5. The University of North Texas’ student-run cable television station, ntTV, has received six Student Production Awards presented by the Lone Star Chapter Emmy® Awards. View Full Article
  6. Two students studying math at the University of North Texas have won the Actuarial Diversity Scholarship, an annual scholarship awarded to students who are intent on pursuing a career in the actuarial profession. View Full Article
  7. http://sidearm.sites.s3.amazonaws.com/goarmywestpoint.com/documents/2016/10/22/North_Texas_35_Army_18.pdf
  8. WEST POINT, N.Y. – The Army West Point football team dropped its first home game of the year to North Texas, 35-18, at Michie Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Black Knights were outscored 21-8 in the second half, while committing a season-high seven turnovers. ARMY HIGHLIGHTS AND GAME NOTES Jordan Asberry carried out the American flag for the Black Knights prior to the game. Army falls to 4-3 on the season. The Black Knights outrushed the Mean Green, 302-202, giving Army the rushing edge in every game this season. Ahmad Bradshaw carried the ball 24 times for 90 yards and a touchdown, while Darnell Woolfolk took eight carries for 36 yards and a score. Bradshaw threw a career-high four interceptions and Army fumbled seven times, losing three of them. Army's seven turnovers were the most it had committed since Oct. 13, 2007 against Central Michigan TURNING POINT On 4th-and-inches early in the third quarter, Army fumbled the snap. North Texas was able to recover and took over at midfield. Jeffrey Wilson would punch it in from the 1-yard line a few minutes later to push the North Texas lead to 28-10. HOW IT HAPPENED After an Andy Davidson fumble, Jeremy Timpf picked off North Texas quarterback Mason Fine for his sixth career interception. Bradshaw converted on 4th-and-3 to keep the ensuing Army drive alive, and Woolfolk scored on a 9-yard touchdown run to put the Black Knights ahead, 7-0. North Texas responded with a seven play, 76-yard scoring drive that ended with Fine hitting Terian Goree for a 34-yard score, tying the game at 7-7. The Mean Green took the lead, 14-7, with a 34-yard pick-six by Eric Jenkins on Army's resulting drive. Army then embarked on a 14-play drive that ended with a 39-yard field goal from Blake Wilson, making it a 14-10 game. North Texas took over at Army's 32-yard line after a bad snap on the Black Knight's punt, and failed to connect on a 48-yard field gold The teams would trade punts before heading into halftime with North Texas leading, 14-10. The Mean Green's Jeffrey Wilson took a handoff 41 yards to the house to give North Texas a 21-10 advantage early in the third quarter. On 4th-and-inches in the third quarter, Army fumbled the snap and North Texas was able to recover, taking over in good field position. Wilson would punch it in from the 1-yard line a few minutes later to push the North Texas lead to 28-10. Army converted on 4th-and-6 with an 11-yard pass from Bradshaw to Edgar Poe. Later in the drive, Bradshaw appeared to have fumbled on 3rd-and-6, but a review showed his knee was down and thus, Army kept possession. Bradshaw would score from six yards out just a few plays later, and after a successful 2-point conversion, Army trailed, 28-18. The Black Knight defense made a key stop on third down and North Texas would miss the 44-yard field goal with less than 13 minutes remaining in the game. Bradshaw would find a wide-open Dalton Mendenhall down field for a completion, only to see him fumble inside the North Texas 15-yard line. The Mean Green would march down the field and take a 35-18 lead on Wilson's third touchdown of the game. Army saw yet another drive stall due to a turnover, as North Texas would pick off Bradshaw in the end zone to seal the Mean Green's win with under five minutes remaining in the contest. CAREER MILESTONES Woolfolk's score was the fifth of his career (all touchdowns have come in 2016). Wilson's 39-yard field goal in the second quarter was a career-long, besting his 38-yard make at Buffalo earlier this year. UP NEXT Army heads back out on the road for a battle with the Wake Forest Demon Deacons next Saturday at 3:30 p.m. That game will be carried live on the ACC Network. Link: http://goarmywestpoint.com/news/2016/10/22/football-turnover-doom-army-against-north-texas.aspx
  9. WEST POINT, N.Y. — North Texas coach Seth Littrell seemed a little worn out at the end of the game, and it was understandable. The Mean Green had beaten Army for the first time in five tries and he had repeatedly jumped and spun around on the sidelines amidst a flurry of turnovers by the Black Knights. Facing the second-rated defense in the nation, Jeffrey Wilson rushed for 160 yards and three touchdowns and North Texas beat Army 35-18 on a wet, raw Saturday at Michie Stadium. "We ended up getting seven turnovers, and that's key," Littrell said. "Defensive guys did a great job of making those opportunities count. I was a bonehead in the first half, to be honest. We should have run the ball more." Fresh from a bye week, North Texas (4-3) rallied in the second half behind Wilson, who was coming off a career-high 188-yard performance two weeks ago against Marshall. Wilson scored on a 41-yard run and 1-yard plunge in the third quarter as the Mean Green stunned the Black Knights. "Without a doubt, there's no other answer, simply our O-line," Wilson said. "They came out today with fire in their eyes and I could see if from the jump. We knew we wasn't going to start off fast, but we know that if we keep on picking away and picking away and picking away that we'll eventually do what we came to do. And that's exactly what happened." read more: http://www.stripes.com/sports/north-texas-beats-army-35-18-1.435424
  10. JENKINS DOS IT AGAIN!!! Great play!!
  11. Fine had a tough tough 1st half. Hoping he will improve in the 2nd! 14-10 UNT I'll take it though.