Harry

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  1. Harry added a post in a topic: Reason #17 for D Smith   

    ​Good point Silver, Conner Means hasn't been mentioned much here lately but his stock just jumped up quite a bit with DaJon's departure.  To me he is the next most mobile QB we have after DaMarcus now...
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  2. Harry added a post in a topic: MGB: UNT women add one   

    Amen!
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  3. Harry added a post in a topic: Gavin Culberson   

    Gavin Culberson, North Texas football
    Former Magnolia receiver Gavin Culberson signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at the highest level in intercollegiate athletics: the Football Bowl Subdivision of NCAA’s Division One.
    Culberson signed to play slot receiver for the North Texas Mean Green under the highly successful Dan McCarney. Culberson placed his thoughts on the big moment.
    “It feels really great, because all of the hard work has finally paid off,” Culberson remarked about signing. “It’s going to end up leading to more hard work, but I’m totally fine with that.”
    Culberson, who has a high regard for academics as well as football, chose North Texas mainly because of their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) program.
    “The school itself is a very good school. I’m going there for engineering and material science and chemistry,” Culberson remarked about the academics prior to going into specifics regarding the football program. “I just love all the coaches and I really gelled with the players. The school as a whole was appealing to me.”
    Culberson, who racked up 340 yards on 23 receptions his senior year, said this day took place because of his work ethic and fighting through every sprint and work out when others chose the easy way out.
    “I never felt the need to slow down or stop myself. I always push myself,” Culberson explained. “Some kids would slow down and not finish through the line and stuff like that. It was always in my mind to give it my best go and my best effort.”
    Although Culberson will probably redshirt his freshman year, he says there is hope he will start as well. He cited maturity, age and experience as reasons why, but there is one way to throw all of that out the door.
    “If you’re better than the other person, it doesn’t matter how old you are. You will take their spot if you’re better than them,” Culberson said.
    North Texas is a member of Conference USA and is located in Denton, Texas. It’s football program has produced some key members in the history of American sports. The program takes its name after Pro Football Hall of Famer and three-time Super Bowl Champion, “Mean” Joe Greene. Additionally, WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin once was a member during the program’s Southland Conference days. Former NFL player and Olympic bobsledder Johnny Quinn was a receiver recently. Other notable names to have advanced to the NFL include Brandon “Booger” Kennedy, Brad Kassell and current Dallas Cowboy Lance Dunbar.
    Culberson had a lot of people to thank for his big moment, but he knows the hard work that lies ahead.
    “My parents, Scott and Kim Culberson, taught me first off to push myself, strive for the best first in academics, then in football and to keep pushing hard even when in adversity,” Culberson started off. “Second would be my past coaches, all the way back to MYFA to my coaches last year, coach (Michael) Carraway. He (Carraway) was very knowledgeable about the sport and taught me to have good football education and knowledge, and so did coach (Sterling) Doty.”
    read more:  http://m.yourhoustonnews.com/magnolia/sports/five-magnolia-athletes-are-college-bound/article_a2100f19-35f5-5790-a9b2-f74515ccbd0f.html?mode=jqm
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  4. Harry added a post in a topic: MGB breaking news -- Dajon Williams no longer a part of UNT program   

    Maybe they were thinking of Antonio Johnson?
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  5. Harry added a post in a topic: MGB breaking news -- Dajon Williams no longer a part of UNT program   

    NBC article:
    http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/06/02/north-texas-losing-qb-dajon-williams-to-transfer/
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  6. Harry added a post in a topic: Reason #17 for D Smith   

    Toby came back.
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  7. Harry added a post in a topic: MGB breaking news -- Dajon Williams no longer a part of UNT program   

    Let me add it's ok to grieve a bit when we lose a kid like this.  In fact I think it's normal.  
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  8. Harry added a post in a topic: MGB breaking news -- Dajon Williams no longer a part of UNT program   

    @flyonthewall if they lay an opening game egg against SMU it will leave a dark cloud on the 2015 season that we most likely will not be able to climb out of.
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  9. Harry added a post in a topic: Well shoot!   

    Wild West baby! 
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  10. Harry added a post in a topic: MGB: UNT preliminary TV schedule out   

    ​Will hurt attendance no doubt.
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  11. Harry added a post in a topic: MGB breaking news -- Dajon Williams no longer a part of UNT program   

    If he went to the Belt he would have to sit out a year.  My guess would be a FCS program that would allow him to play right away.
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  12. Harry added a post in a topic: MGB breaking news -- Dajon Williams no longer a part of UNT program   

    Sad.  Not totally surprised but sad day for sure.  Guy was extremely talented... unlike anything I have seen here.  Wishing him well.
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  13. Harry added a post in a topic: Looks like UAB is back   

    Do we get to keep the player we got that transferred from there or does he get to return to UAB?
     
    JK
    Congrats to the Blazers and welcome home!  This is good news for C-USA.
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  14. Harry added a post in a topic: LSU Considering Bankruptcy…Builds $84 Million Lazy River   

    ​I still think there is a very important social aspect to attending a 4-year college which cannot be underestimated.  I may soon be in the minority on this though.
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