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Dickenson a solid choice for UNT as acting athletic director
North Texas has selected one of its veteran officials to guide its athletic department over the next few weeks while the school searches for a new athletic director.
Hank Dickenson has pretty much seen it all over the course of more than two decades at the school.
Putting Dickenson in charge during its search for a new AD was a solid decision by UNT president Neal Smatresk.
read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2016/06/dickenson-a-solid-choice-for-unt-as-acting-athletic-director.html/
Thursday night notes (Could a hoops shakeup be coming? Et cetera)
Thursday night and time for a quick lap around the bases as far as North Texas athletics goes.
There have been a number of tidbits I have been meaning to get to that have stacked up in the last few days.
read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2016/05/thursday-night-notes-could-a-hoops-shakeup-be-coming-et-cetera.html/
Re-ranking UNT’s players Nos. 1-5 (safety duo highlights top 5)
North Texas most productive position last season was safety, where Kishawn McClain and James Gray came through with terrific years.
Both made a ton of plays for UNT. That was good. They also made a ton of tackles. That wasn’t so good for UNT, considering the pair was often the Mean Green’s last line of defense.
Both finished with more than 100 tackles and will again be key components of UNT’s defense. They are also members of the top five of our Mean Green roster raking that comes to a close today.
The top five also includes three key members of UNT’s rebuilt offense.
Each member of our top five will be key leaders in addition to be key playmakers for the Mean Green as they look to bounce back from a 1-11 finish in Seth Littrell’s debut season.
1. Kishawn McClain, safety
McClain led UNT with 110 tackles and was often the best player on the field for the Mean Green. He intercepted a pass, broke up three more, forced two fumbles and posted 2.5 tackles for loss in 2015. He led UNT in tackles in games against Rice, Southern Miss, Marshall, UTSA and UTEP. The Mean Green are hoping for a big season from McClain, who has a lot of experience entering his junior season and will be a key leader for UNT.