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  1. I didn't even read who posted about I'd rather have a four-star recruit other than a quarterback. Oh my freaking God!!! I've been on this board for a very long time. I know there's others who have been on this board longer. For UNT to get a four-star recruit at any position, without having to break NCAA recruiting rules to do it. Is an amazing gift from God himself. I think the fan that posted about I'd rather have a four-star recruit at another position, must have graduated from Alabama in another life. Or the posters just trolling us here at gomeangreen.com I guess by faith and Seth latrell and the staff his been redeemed a bit. Based on UNT's recent record in football. Since my Dad's a graduate of Baylor University. I can tell you our defensive coordinator will probably help us out a lot. Even without four star recruits. Of course, there was a time when Baylor University was the dregs of the Southwest conference. So anything's possible. Thank God for UNT's sake is it concerns our football program!!
    7 points
  2. I added one more mini to my collection yesterday, bringing my count to 20. I know, my problem is real. There are two more designs I’ve seen in the wild that I’d like to get my hands on. It’s amazing how many designs we’ve had.
    6 points
  3. It is my understanding Fletcher’s will be back at Apogee Stadium when normalcy is back. This pic was taken about 1 hour before kick-off. Trust me-it gets much longer during the game.
    6 points
  4. If they do go down one of those routes then they will upgrade the room, but they would likely have to make another move to really transform their receiving corps into a viable one for the next quarterback, whoever that may be. That leads us to option No. 3, taking another mid-round, high-ceiling player to fit a role that Josh McDaniels has been looking for ever since he arrived back in New England from St. Louis. An offensive weapon, that is where Jaelon Darden comes in. Strengths: I don’t know if people will like this but Jaelon Darden’s biggest strength is being a straight up weapon. The man did it all in his time at North Texas: he lined up in the slot, split out wide, and even was used in the backfield. At his worst, Darden is an extremely talented gadget guy who can make a big play here and there. read more: https://www.patspulpit.com/2021/2/4/22265400/2021-patriots-draft-profile-jaelon-darden-wide-receiver-north-texas
    5 points
  5. The back end of that defense was, to be kind, not good. I was most disappointed with how many "quality" DB's Littrell brough in during the last few years who allowed teams to pass in front of, around, and over the top of them. And maybe we're hitting the panic button on this UTSA thing too quickly. Sure, they signed a lot of transfers, but these may all be kids who realized college was too tough for them so they went to San Antonio-CC.
    5 points
  6. Getting triggered by "offense hasn't been the same" comments but I will stay in my lane. My top 25 offense lane. When it comes to questions about QB competition, and Ruder's ability to take the helm, we have to remember that the floor is Aune. And that's a pretty good floor. A full season of Aune or Bean would have had some great passing stats in the league. If Ruder can do better than that, then damn sign me up. Full disclosure: I'm fully on board the Pioneer Football Player train, but let the best man win.
    5 points
  7. Many are talking like it was only Harrell who left. We were turning over half of our staff every year. We lost Koonz the same offseason we lost Harrell. Did UNC experience the same amount of turnover? Seth will be fine on offense. It took a couple of seasons to adjust, and I think we’re going to see a more consistent group next season. An improved defense will take pressure off of those guys, and the experience they got this year with so many underclassmen playing will start to pay off.
    5 points
  8. He's a "sleeper" according to so many people that he's not really a "sleeper" any more.
    5 points
  9. Harvey was like a 6th year senior with a kid and I’m pretty sure was married. Ruder is a sophomore, basically, that got injured and played behind a great QB in San Howell. I think expectations should be way higher than usual transfers.
    4 points
  10. Glad to hear it. They know they have something good going at the games. No reason to pull the plug on that.
    4 points
  11. Wilson left talent. And Traylor can coach them up. Then only positive is I dont know how long UTSA can afford to keep him.
    4 points
  12. Personally, I love the outside the box nature of what he's doing down there. He's trying to win games. I think it shows a lot of boldness to do things differently than the norm or what we're used to. We'll see how it translates on the field, but my guess is he's going to be putting more talented players on the field than just going the HS player route as he builds that program into what he wants it to be.
    4 points
  13. Spavital is burning all of his bridges with high schools in Texas going this route. You only get 25 new scholarships per year to hand out. If you add that up by only bringing in guys with 1, 2, or 3 years of eligibility in (instead of 4 or 5), your roster begins shrinking year by year. It's not sustainable. This is a bone-headed, desperate move.
    4 points
  14. Do we still have Fletchers? I haven’t been in a while.
    4 points
  15. Not sure you would call it dirt. MM was pissed and took the opportunity to make the Athletic Depart look bad. Hopefully, while you never want to turn down a donation like that, we are in a place now where if a donor tried that we could tell him to enjoy the music.
    4 points
  16. By looking at recruiting it is hard to tell which team had the worst defense. Traylor and UTSA has went out and reloaded on D. They have added guys that can immediately contribute, with utilizing both JUCO and Transfers. It is obviously harder for a kid to come straight from HS to contribute. But by looking at the recruiting classes you would think Traylor was the one trying to save his job and repair a defense that was historically bad. Yes I understand that we still have a handful of scholarships left. Just feel like we missed some opportunities by not getting more guys that could immediately help here for spring ball. Here is the comparisons of the two classes currently I think SMU has perfected the portal for G5. Grab talent you could never get straight out of HS. UTSA is doing extremely well at it this year. By looking at our recruiting class, then looking at UTSA recruiting class. You would think they had the worse defense in the country. UTSA #4 JUCO DE OU DE transfer #7 JUCO LB #7 JUCO Safety #9 JUCO CB OSU bounceback #9 JUCO DE Kansas LB Transfer Tulane DT Transfer Kansas State DE Transfer Texas A and M CB Transfer UNT #10 JUCO DT
    3 points
  17. What will be your first choice when games return in the Fall? Mines will be:
    3 points
  18. Other notable offers: UH and Tulane
    3 points
  19. 3 points
  20. https://247sports.com/player/rod-brown-46058548/
    3 points
  21. Our season tickets sit just above Abner Haynes in the Chiefs Ring of Honor. It was always meant to be. This city is exploding from excitement for Sunday.
    3 points
  22. 70-87 coming into year 6, currently 8-3. Not sure why they did not wait to see how the team finishes this season after a strong start.
    3 points
  23. Probably in late March early April. Hoping they allow fans because I wanna see this team live!
    3 points
  24. Missing the point but you think what you want, guy
    3 points
  25. Jaelon Darden deserves the best. He has the speed to break for NFL touchdowns. More important, he is a good role model for others to emulate. I really hope his hometown Houston Texans draft him high. Good luck, Mr. Darden. 🦅❇️🦅
    3 points
  26. This is definitely an experiment that could work or bust. Here is a podcast from a reporter that covers the team (guess their BV) where their coach explains what he is trying to do. The coach starts speaking around th 18:50 mark. PS - He coached under Dykes at Cal and they mention how he has talked a bit about the SMU model
    3 points
  27. No. 27: Kevin Greene, DL, Del City, 6-3, 285: A North Texas signee, Greene used his large frame to be a productive member of the Eagles’ defensive line. LINK: http://oklahoman.com/article/5681656/oklahoma-high-school-football-the-oklahomans-final-2021-super-30-rankings
    3 points
  28. Who Needs a Reason?
    3 points
  29. At 0:18, there are 10 (TEN !) NT players in the frame. What a well coached play. I never get tired of watching it.
    3 points
  30. I lived in Houston for a number of years. Mac is a good guy, but everything he does is to promote himself or his business. He does a lot of great things, housing people during the hurricane Harvey for example, but he makes sure it doesn't go unnoticed. Doesn't make him a bad guy, just the way he is.
    3 points
  31. I would put Arkansas State and Buffalo in there as well
    2 points
  32. It initially started with him betting on the Astros to win the World Series and donating the proceeds to local Houston charities, win or lose. Noble enough. Then it turned into bets for other local teams which he would do the same thing, Texans, Rockets, etc. Now, he's just betting just to bet and the press eats it up because he is a personality. He can do no wrong in their eyes because "he's done so much for the city."
    2 points
  33. All transfers at TSU-San Marcos? So win quick—get out of San Marcos quicker? 🦅❇️🦅
    2 points
  34. All of the above. I need some Denton originals
    2 points
  35. Impressive collection! I've only got 6 North Texas minis but I'm starting to collect our CUSA West opponents now too. I like to put the match up for the week in front of the TV. Just got the Louisiana Tech red helmet with white stripe today. Hopefully the wife will let me put up a shelf where I can keep up with the division standings.
    2 points
  36. Outside of the QB, not terribly impressed. Just my humble opinion.
    2 points
  37. This is the most important weekend in the history of Spaghetti Westerns.
    2 points
  38. Fedora faltered at UNC after Littrell left. Littrell has faltered at UNT since Harrell left.
    2 points


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