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  1. A Texas Tradition finds its way to Apogee Stadium this Fall for Mean Green Football! Fletcher's Original State Fair Corny Dogs will bring their lineup of famous Corny Dogs & Funnel Cakes to the UNT Concessions menu! #UNiTeNorthTexas #GMG #FoodieFriday
    4 points
  2. Before the mode delete this, I wanted to get the word out that Keegan Brewer with throw the 1pitch tonight at the Collin County alumni game at the Rough Riders. Come on out to see the Legend. Keegan is now a Frisco Fire Fighter.
    3 points
  3. Wonder if he will fake it and run it to the catcher?
    3 points
  4. If these are the real deal, freshly battered and dipped, corn dogs from the state fair and similar to what we had at Fouts....this is the best news of the year. Even better than Seth not leaving for K-State.
    3 points
  5. Cinco Ranch High School c/o '19 WR/ATH; 3.4 GPA; 1st Team Academic All District KISD 2018; 2nd Team Offense APP KISD 2018; Offensive Player of the Year 2016. ..
    3 points
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  7. Not our loss at at all when Cal and Texas Tech get added to the schedule as replacements. Sidebar: I've noticed in a couple of forums and comment sections, particularly in The Athletic, that Army fans are really salty about this.
    3 points
  8. https://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/college-gridiron-365/os-sp-college-football-rankings-north-texas-0611-20190612-mflhemq3wvhpxmi7g66sszewba-story.html Outlook: With nine starters returning on offense, including Fine, North Texas should once again be among the top offenses in the country. The defense has gaps to fill, and the 2019 schedule has the Mean Green with two crucial conference road games against Southern Mississippi and Louisiana Tech.
    2 points
  9. https://thespun.com/sec/alabama-crimson-tide/alabama-clemson-top-qb-wr-top-10
    2 points
  10. That’s what I was hoping for when I first read the other day that Dr. Smatresk was placed on the executive board. Rick
    2 points
  11. I never follow these articles. It's always a crap shoot for their rankings of Group of 5 programs, and what has Southern Miss shown that has everyone rank them so high? Genuine question. Everyone has them as favorites and I'm not sure as to why
    2 points
  12. So far, next to kettle corn my favorite food at The Ap has surprisingly been the barbecue sandwiches. Decent price and a decent flavored sandwich. Rick
    2 points
  13. I hear that concern. This staff has proven they can take under rated/under recruited skill kids and turn them into solid players. I think this kids recruitment will pick up as schools boards fill up
    2 points
  14. This is perfect. The only thing that will turn the tide on the general CFB attendance slide is finding ways to make the stadium experience stand apart from the many alternatives available to those who aren't as die hard as the ones on this board. Many are motivated to make at least the annual trek out to Globe Life Park to get food items that can't be duplicated elsewhere. This vending relationship adds one more reason to say "the Apogee experience is unmatched."
    2 points
  15. The Star sucks as a basketball venue. Great location, but that is not a basketball venue and it looks poor on television. Somebody lock Judy in there and let’s run far, far away from there.
    2 points
  16. As I and others have posted before,...Judy needs to go. But after reading that I’m starting to think that as a conference maybe we deserve what we have? In the very least we know Marshall see’s the problem as well. Rick
    2 points
  17. The first two have committed: Corny Dogs and Funnel Cakes. Deep Fried Twinkies should commit over the weekend.
    2 points
  18. Rice game that year. A friend and I were roasting their defense and one of the defensive coaches. My friend told them to go recruit better players so the coach turned around and yelled "F*ck off!" To my friend. It was amazing. I cussed back at them and was warned I would be escorted out if it happened again. It was worth it though after the Rice coach responded. We won the game and as the players were walking along the student section giving high fives, one of our number 8s, I believe it was Trice, jumped onto the the wall and all us students swarmed him smacked his helmet as we cheered.
    2 points
  19. Did we play offense or did they just give us those points?
    1 point
  20. finished day 2 tied for 19th at -2. Playing today with Dustin Johnson.
    1 point
  21. Love me some Poppys. Have to try the BBQ sammich.
    1 point
  22. The bold is exactly my point. And the top of the list is particularly full of busts. But again I am excluding recents recruits, who make up a lot of our list of top recruits and looking at the past. So we might be pretty much on the same page.
    1 point
  23. Kudos to the guys who made this decision for the home opener. Absolutely love this look!
    1 point
  24. There are and will be always players who signed that never make the field. A list of over 200. way too much work for me, and obviously a lot of these were far from premium recruits. I think your point is much more valid to prior years, when NT took a lot more chances in signings than they do now. When there was probably more that didn't significant contribute than did. This list at the top is heavily affected by the number of jucos who were for the most part known risks when they were signed. Also I think a lot of jucos were significantly overrated in the past compared to hi
    1 point
  25. The thing that struck me about that list was how few of those recruits ever played here. Most never ended up here.
    1 point
  26. I sure do love college football Saturdays at The App. The App is the best small stadium in the country. If there's one thing RV did right, it's THE APP
    1 point
  27. CUSA really dropped the ball on not snatching up Dickie's Arena for the next few years. And The Star is not a great location. It sucks for the same reason Toyota Stadium sucks (read: too far from the majority of DFW, only way in or out is toll roads/side roads, local population is more interested in Costco than sports, etc).
    1 point
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  29. 1/3 spoke to several people in the industry and they believe he’s a kid that is very unpolished meaning the potential for him to become an elite player for us is very high. A lot of HS kids you get usually have received so much training and work that, what you see is what you get. Not what I’m hearing about this kid.
    1 point
  30. Hillbilly! I have enjoyed the tournament with at a great facility with walking distance to bars and restaurants. I always thought ADs determine tournament locations along with the conference leadership.
    1 point
  31. Ok I’ll give you five. 1. Video gaming can be addictive and becomes excessive. That excessiveness promotes an unhealthy, sedentary lifestyle. 2. Not all, but many promote graphic violence and minimizes everything related to that violence. 3. It’s excessiveness can lead to arthritic or carpel tunnel type conditions much like over exertion with key padding, typing..etc 4. It’s excessiveness detracts kids from their more important responsibilities.....like school work and chores. 5. And last but not least...iT’S NOT SPORTS. Rick
    1 point
  32. Featured Image: Shawn Zeigler laughs with a customer at the Firefly Forge booth at the Denton Arts and Jazz Festival on April 28, 2019. Zeigler owns the jewelry business with her View Full Article
    1 point
  33. The punter incident sounds familiar as well. We we're ruthless from start to finish those last few home games. I remember the UTSA players showing us up when it was clear they were going to win. We started chanting "no postseason" because they weren't yet eligible for bowl games due to some FBS rules regarding them being in a transitional season. There were many great moments that year. We as students really helped create an amazing home field advantage. It's a shame they took the seats away until now.
    1 point
  34. We must have been sitting very close, do you recall getting into the punters head so bad he put his helmet on and went to the opposite end of the sideline! I remember being so bummed they took these away.
    1 point
  35. There’s a ton of information and lesson to be learned from this post, especially for anyone in a leadership position at a university. Rick
    1 point
  36. Thought I’d bump this, it’s a good thread full of info. Rick
    1 point
  37. So, do you have to chip in for the internet bill or do your parents make you mow the lawn? I’m assuming it’s the latter vice former (fancy talk for second not first-you’re welcome) since I’m not sure a pizza delivery gig doesn’t pay that well.
    1 point
  38. There's no explaining taste.
    1 point
  39. No. Sounds like he's a traitor!
    1 point
  40. It was 1978........we signed the #1 running back in Texas, Milton Collins (from Blooming Grove). He was that year's Eric Dickerson or Adrian Peterson. He was the top running back in the state. If there had been National 100 lists (like Rivals) back then, Milton would have been on it. Back then, players could sign conference letters of intent in the SWC. (They signed those a week before National letters of intent were signed.) What those conference letters of intent did......once a player signed one of those, no one else in the conference could sign the kid. But, teams that weren't in the SWC,
    1 point
  41. Milton played all four years at NT ending his career as a starting defensive lineman. I have problems with talking about Milton Collins has a bust as he gave NT great publicity being considered the number one recruit in the state and he did contribute to the team. No he was not close to being the next Earl Campbell as touted but he was far from being a wasted ship.
    1 point
  42. I thought he stayed with us, for four years. But according to the Media Guide, he only earned letters in '78 and '79. I don't remember him transferring to SMU, but you may be right. As for his little brother....we had a Darrin Collins who played at NT in the mid-late 80s. Darrin, as I recall, was from Carthage (in Northeast Texas). Not sure if he and Milton were related or not.
    1 point


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