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  1. You guys wanted transfers. At cornerback we have: Tyrae Thornton, former starting CB at Rice John Davis, Texas Tech transfer Jordan Rucker, Purdue transfer Logan Wilson, ULM transfer and 2019 Kansas State signee
    21 points
  2. I believe is already in the building. Coach Petrilli should be hired asap. The dude brings the energy, knowledge everyday. The players love him. He truly loves UNT. I think this is a no brainer. Hire from with in. He learned from Biagi who I believe is the most underrated ST coach in the country. https://meangreensports.com/sports/football/roster/coaches/chris-petrilli/534
    15 points
  3. 4 straight for Mccasland after 6 straight from Johnny Jones. No clue why we decided to take a 5-year hiatus in between 🤷‍♂️ .
    14 points
  4. He's well ahead with the recovery process. Has been running routes and working with some coaches and QBs since Jan.
    14 points
  5. Me reading “small school” in reference to North Texas:
    14 points
  6. I know we give him a lot of crap as diehards but he's a good writer, and is fair. Congrats Brett. Keep kicking ass, taking names, and pissing off GMG
    13 points
  7. Softball wins two. MBB wins at Marshall WBB with a last second win at home We need more towers to light.
    12 points
  8. Drink beer, great guy and a great fan of the sports program. He did lot of the work for the alumni (sig ep) at the cotton bowl game that resulted in a huge turnout.
    12 points
  9. Guys our sack leader had 4.5 sacks last season, the next highest was 3. He bends the corner, dips and gets leverage on the tackle better than most of our defensive ends do. If that's his only trick and he plays on 3rd downs while McCrae slides inside he will contribute a lot. We didn't sign a single high school DE in 18, signed two in 19 (Walker, Dotson) who were already passed for playing time by the class of 20 signees Rausaw and Pickett. In my opinion this is a lot better than signing JUCO guys who were just big bodies expected to hold up against the run like Frow, Sa'afi, McMillan, an
    12 points
  10. Looks like Bennett is going after guys who have proven they can play at the D1 level, rather than P5 guys who have been backups and are looking for playing time. Tyrae Thornton started at Rice, Kameron Hill was a multi-year starter at the FCS level, and Jason Simmons (another transfer offer we have out) started at Safety as a true freshman at New Mexico State in 2019. We aren’t going to get P5 starters, so that’s typically what you can get. Either P5 backups who don’t have playing experience and the most recent tape you really have is high school, or guys who you actually have seen can pl
    12 points
  11. He sacked Fine and attended Craig Robertson's high school. I look forward to seeing him in green.
    11 points
  12. After 3 near the top 247 recruiting classes in CUSA Coach Bennett will have “D” talent to work with. Again, UNT has never had such a high pedigree hire of an assistant coach (& this hire could not have been more timely). I’m stoked & cant wait for Spring football to begin! 🦅❇️🦅
    11 points
  13. https://247sports.com/college/north-texas/Article/North-Texas-Mean-Green-football-podcast-with-QB-Jace-Ruder-160673100/ Brune had Ruder on his podcast. Pretty good stuff in here. I think this will be our guy this season.
    11 points
  14. bout to spit some flow on kimmel tonight
    10 points
  15. I don't care if he wasn't rated, and is maybe undersized at his position, but we NEED the depth. I'm hoping we can get more of a depth in the front 7, and do what SMU and UH do where they do almost a complete rotation. We never really do that because we never have the depth and talent at that area. Welcome, Kameron!
    10 points
  16. He got the job. Charlie Strong is the inside LB coach.
    10 points
  17. The real question is, will a Rice University graduate be able to handle North Texas' academics?
    10 points
  18. Target for keeping us entertained
    10 points
  19. Just got the flying worm on the white helmet in to add to my collection. The silver chrome one is signed by Mason, Guyton and Brandon Garner...the script is signed by most of the ‘02 team...the light green one with the “North Texas” in the current font is signed by Lance Dunbar...and the white interlocked NT is signed by Abner Haynes. I’d like to get Darden’s signature on the current white helmet.
    10 points
  20. I’m behind him. I just want to see improvement. Stop getting blown out and win more games than the year before. That is all I ask for this season. Next season I’d want a winning record and if that record was 8-4 as the premise was laid out, I would extend his contract a year or two so it would not hinder recruiting.
    10 points
  21. I admit, every time I see that we signed a D-tackle I think “please just be 75% of the player that Booger was”
    10 points
  22. 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 lat
    10 points
  23. Thanks @Harry. He was one of the good ones and I’m sad he has gone. Sad day for the GMG family.
    9 points
  24. Will be missed by many. https://obits.dallasnews.com/amp/obituaries/dallasmorningnews/197815198
    9 points
  25. Steps up on his soapbox: Kids with talent are coddled and made to feel special because of their athletic ability and it starts at a young age. They build a mentality over the years that they are going pro and don't need to worry about grades, classes, etc... and they are pushed through the system. There are a lot of great high school coaches out there that lived that life and realize it only comes true for very few and they preach the importance of hitting the books and applying themselves in the classroom as well as on the playing field, but many of these kids don't listen. Then we ru
    9 points
  26. Tony’s basketball career was his own to make or break in, but it’s a shame we don’t do more to set our student athletes up for success after their playing careers are over. Of the football and basketball alums I know or follow on SM, some become coaches, but outside of that very few actually go into a job field that requires a degree. Many are encouraged to go towards integrative studies (general studies) or other degrees that help them focus on athletics, which just doesn’t open up many doors for them after graduation. Long story short, from what I see it just feels like so many of
    9 points
  27. If he's anything like the last transfer we got from ACU, I'll be thrilled. The 2 years he was here, Riley Mayfield was arguably (along with Elex) the best OL we had. Welcome aboard Kameron!
    9 points
  28. Remembering. 50 years ago. February 11, 1971. #75 Joe Green. #33 Ray Renfro. #28 Abner Haynes. #55 Richard Gill. At every home game, we see those names on the Apogee Stadium wall. The names of our titans of the gridiron. The best of the best, on and off the field. Some of us have been around long enough to have seen all four of them play. Whether it was for North Texas or in the Pros, they gave it their all. And now we have a fabulous statue of Joe and talk of one for Abner. I hope that Ray gets one, too. And Coach Mitchell. We still get to see Joe and Abner on game days
    9 points
  29. https://247sports.com/college/north-texas/Article/North-TExas-mean-green-basketball-the-future-Abou-Ousmane-eager-to-improve-as-Zachary-Simmons-mentors-160706539/ “For me, I didn’t have too much of that [mentorship] coming in, so i’m just trying to do what I can for [Abou],” Simmons said. “I want North Texas to be a great team for the rest of my life, so I’m just trying to help out.” “It is special, “McCasland said. “Zach has endured a lot of coaching and now he can apply it and give it away. That’s what you love about the maturing process and it’s fun to see what all he’s lea
    9 points
  30. 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.
    9 points
  31. 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.
    9 points
  32. RIP to a good guy and MG fan!🦅
    8 points
  33. NT 77 ----- MU 65 Final
    8 points
  34. Even if it was a 3-year deal, so what? If that is what it took to pull in Bennett then so be it. We finally grabbed a real name, somebody with some skins on the wall, someone many would say is out of our league and folks are still finding things to complain about.
    8 points
  35. There was a lot of doom and gloom a month or so ago about the transfers. We really only ended up losing one starter to the portal on offense and defense combined, and that was Cam Johnson.
    8 points
  36. This FB posting is very sad. I used to travel quite a bit as I commuted to my job in NYC from Durham. I was typically dressed in a suit when traveling and each time I passed the shoeshine stand at the RDU airport, a young man would call out to me to get my shoes shined. Shining my own shoes was something I enjoyed but I felt like I should support this man who obviously needed the business. Over the course of a year or two, I got to know him rather well and it turned out that he was a two year starter at the University of Alabama. He told me he was injured towards the end of his sen
    8 points
  37. I did a quick search and didn't see this linked on here. If it was and I missed it, please combine or delete this thread. https://www.texasfootball.com/article/2020/12/28/-he-s-playing-for-a-purpose-how-jaelon-darden-built-his-insatiable-work-ethic?ref=article_preview_title Ask UNT coach Seth Littrell about why Darden is special? Work ethic. Ask UNT receivers coach Tommy Mainord? Work ethic. Teammates? Family? Staff? Work ethic. Work ethic. Hard work. Work ethic. “When he walks onto the field, he has the confidence that he’s the best one out there,” Mainord said. “That confide
    8 points
  38. I hope he finds success.
    8 points
  39. Are you talking a real live eagle ? Many years ago, on the site where now there is the “UNT “ sign on I-35, sat the clubhouse to the North Texas Golf Course, later called Eagle Point Golf Course. When I was in jr high and high school, I went to billions of dances in said clubhouse. Between the parking lot and the Interstate, there was a cage, I’m told, used to house a live Eagle. I don’t recall ever seeing a bird there, but I certainly remember the very large cage. I for one, appreciate Plummeangreen’s frequent and sometime wacky posts. He is a great fan and
    7 points


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