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  1. Just heard a promo on The Ticket saying they'll be broadcasting the Charlotte game next Thursday to celebrate George Dunham's retirement from the Mean Green Radio Network. Pretty cool!
  2. The words “Touchdown Mean Green!” can often be heard on 88.7 KNTU-FM every Saturday during the Mean Green football season, and the man behind the voice has a lot to say on how he worked his way to where he is today. Head play-by-play caller George Dunham, better known as “The Voice of the Mean Green,” has been with the UNT Radio Network since 1990. While North Texas athletics may not be as elite as other programs, Dunham feels this is where he belongs. Not only does Dunham do play-by-play for UNT athletics, but he also hosts the award winning “Dunham and Miller Show” every morning on Sports Radio 1310 “The Ticket.” Born in San Antonio, Dunham moved around during his childhood and lived in cities such as Minneapolis and Chicago. Then, in 1980, Dunham moved to the Dallas-Forth Worth area, where he attended R.L. Turner High School before attending UNT. Read more: http://ntdaily.com/play-by-play-man-makes-impact-on-athletics/
  3. 1). Thanked the students and fans for the turnout and atmosphere on a hot day... 2). Played Mean Green Football today... +5 on the turnover margin 3). Defense was really good on 3rd down (like against UT) 4). Special teams came away with big plays, field position, kickers had a great day. 5). Penalties were ridiculous... 6). A great win for the Mean Green Family today 7). We took away their running game. It made them one dimensional 8). We forced turnovers today. 9). Freshman kicker Trevor Moore - What a great job by that young man. It was impressive to watch. 10). La. Tech is improved compared to a year ago hear more: http://www.kntu.com/2014/09/06/6496/
  4. There might not be a more rabid North Texas supporter than George Dunham. Dunham, one half of the “Dunham & Miller” show on SportsRadio 1310 The Ticket, is a UNT graduate and the voice of the Mean Green. His son Blake is a senior deep snapper at UNT. Part of Dunham’s duties with UNT is appearing on head coach Dan McCarney’s weekly radio show on Monday night. UNT plays the Mustangs at 11 a.m. on Saturday, which led to Dunham going on a rant about his feelings about SMU. McCarney has said throughout the offseason and the buildup the game that the UNT-SMU game that the schools are not rivals in football, largely because the Mustangs have dominated the series. The Mustangs edge stands at 28-4-1 heading into this year’s showdown at Apogee Stadium. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2014/09/george-dunhams-epic-radio-rant-on-his-hatred-of-smu.html/ This post has been promoted to an article
  5. George: Thanks Hank, outside the North Texas locker room with UNT Head Coach Dan McCarney… boy a tough one to take…let’s kinda take it in order here, you take a halftime lead… you take a 24-point lead into the 4th quarter I guess at that time you had to feel pretty good about this one. Mac: Yeah George I mean, we were doing lots of the things you need to do – winning the turnover margin, not many penalties, running the ball with pretty good efficiency – getting some stops on defense. So it wasn’t like anyone was arrogant or overconfident or anything like that but we knew what we had to do to win that football game but we just didn’t go do it. Obviously we got 3 turnovers on defense and I think…I believe we only got a field goal out of it…*pause*… and we’ve got to do a better job of complimenting each other in each phase of the team. When you get turnovers you have to get some points. Obviously the one big mistake for the pick six really gave them the juice to get back into that game and feel like they could go on and win it. George: Well and the field goal you got that’s when you’ve got the interception from Derek Akunne down to their 10-yard line and that’s a case where maybe you feel empty that you get a 3 instead of 7.. Mac: Yeah, Absolutely you know in those kind of situations where you get a big, big play go in there knock it in for 7-points on the board and we were not able to do that. So I am extremely disappointed and this is a hard one to swallow right now George. George: Yeah, now let’s talk about where the game seemed to turn – when you are up by 24-10 and the interception the pick six by Dawling from what you could see from the sideline the play itself what was called and what you were trying to do there? Mac: Just poor execution George, without going into all the details of it – really poor execution. The last thing I said to the offensive staff was let’s protect the ball, our defense is playing their tails off…just take care of the football…we’re playing really good defense. Obviously we didn’t do that and it’s really, really disappointing. And the guy that made the play was a guy that I helped recruit to Florida, Jonathan Dawling from Bradenton southeast and he left Florida and transferred to WKU and it was a sensational play he made for the touchdown today. George: And not just on the scoreboard but it seemed their defense seemed to play differently after that…they seemed to fly around a little bit more and it seemed to just give them a huge boost in addition to what it did on the scoreboard. Mac: Yeah – we’ve all seen that through the years George, you’ve seen it just like I have. You get new energy new enthusiasm, new confidence when someone rises up to make a play. A play like that can really flip a game around and it did. But really was a disappointing loss at the end. But as I told my football players and my team in there I’m really proud of these seniors, there’s no cracks in the foundation of this program because of them – it’s a strong foundation and from the bottom of my heart and the fabric of my soul I appreciate all that they’ve done for us. I want them to go on in life and be real successful and thanked them for all that they’ve done in our second year of building this thing. George: Well it’s tough probably to look forward after a game like this but you have 65 freshmen and sophomores on this team a number of players who have transferred and are sitting out this year, tough to think about now but the future of this program does look like it’s on the upward swing. Mac: Well there’s no doubt George, there’s really no doubt and we gotta learn from today and that’s really important as coaches and players so that doesn’t happen and we get into situations in the future that we hold on to those leads and we keep playing aggressively and we play smart and we don’t beat ourselves which it really looked like we did there..later in the second half. And learn from it so that when we get in these situations next year we can close the deal, win some games and have opportunities to go on and play more games at the end of the season. George: Dan -- thanks for the time, appreciate it… Mac: Sure George thanks and thanks to all our fans for the phenomenal support. I’m really proud to be the head coach at North Texas and the people that support us and the people I work for are as good as I’ve ever been around in college football. George: Thank you.
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