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  1. DENTON – As the 2020 season approaches, the senior class looks ahead to their final ride together here in Denton. MeanGreenSports.com had the opportunity to speak with several members of the current senior class about a couple of topics regarding their goals for the 2020 campaign and the legacies they hope to leave on the program. As a hint, the answer to all of their 2020 goals had a nice ring to it. Receiver Jaelon Darden, defensive lineman Dion Novil, running back DeAndre Torrey, cornerback Cam Johnson, tight end Jason Pirtle, linebacker Joe Ozougwu, receiver Deion Hair-Griffin and safety Makyle Sanders comprise this senior roundtable. MeanGreenSports.com: Heading into your final season here with the program, what would you want to accomplish the most? And then, what would it mean to accomplish that goal? Darden: "I'm taking this opportunity and running with it. As far as my leadership role, I've been more involved in coaching and hands-on with the younger receivers trying to teach them what I know and things I'm still learning. I want to pass it on so that when I leave, they can be better than they were before I left. Aside from that, my focus is on bringing home a championship." Novil: "Winning a championship. That's something that I haven't done here that's always on my mind. Winning a championship here would be huge. I'm going to be giving it my all – it's my last year. I want to make as big of an impact as I can, and doing that with the guys I trust and love." Torrey: "What I really want to accomplish the most this season is to win a championship. I think it would mean a lot for the fans especially coming off a rough season, and for me it would feel like everything I put in was worth it." read more: https://meangreensports.com/news/2020/8/14/football-senior-roundtable.aspx
  2. DENTON - The Mean Green are a few days into fall camp, presented by Rhino Steel Buildings, and MeanGreenSports.com spent some time speaking with a few Mean Green student-athletes about their return to the practice field in an unconventional setting given the CoVID-19 pandemic. Senior RB DeAndre Torrey and redshirt senior LB Joe Ozougwu weighed in on their experience since their return to practice. MGS: How has it felt to get back onto the field this past week or so with practice? DeAndre Torrey: "It's been a feeling of relief just getting back out there. I've been so anxious to play football again and us actually being able to practice gives us a sense of hope that it's going to happen. Joe Ozougwu: "It feels great to be back out here with my family playing ball. Since we missed spring football, we have been waiting for this moment for a while." MGS: This has been an unprecedented offseason to say the least – how would you say you feel the group has stayed ready during these challenging times? DT: "I think the group looks a lot better than expected for having so much time off. Sure a couple guys had to knock some rust off because everybody didn't have access to weights and a field during the summer, but I think we came back pretty close to who we want to be." JO: "All of us have been here every day this summer. Staying in shape with [strength and conditioning coach Zack] Womack's workouts, we didn't miss a day. And it also made us much closer as a core group." read more: https://meangreensports.com/news/2020/8/11/football-camp-q-a.aspx
  3. Local officials and business leaders in some of Texas' college towns are bracing themselves for the possible cancellation of football — a move that could further injure local economies that are still limping from pandemic-related closures and are reliant on game day tourism. On Tuesday, two of the Power 5 conference — the PAC 12 and the Big 10 — postponed their college football season to spring 2021, citing health and safety concerns from the coronavirus. Decisions from the three other conferences, including the Big 12 and SEC, are expected to follow soon. Coaches and student athletes in the Big 12 and SEC have indicated they want to move forward with the season as scheduled, despite early outbreaks across the nation — including at the University of Texas at Austin — that have already infected players with COVID-19. Texas’ five major conference football teams – Baylor University, Texas Christian University, Texas A&M University, Texas Tech University and the University of Texas at Austin — are massive economic drivers for their cities of Waco, Fort Worth, College Station, Lubbock and Austin, respectively, generating a flood of seasonal business for hotels, restaurants and bars in a typical year. read more: https://www.texastribune.org/2020/08/11/big-12-sec-football-texas/?utm_campaign=trib-social&utm_content=1597150775&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter
  4. He’s a great recruiter.
  5. Harry, JD and GMG24 discuss the upcoming 2020 Mean Green football season, the cancellation of the Texas A&M game and the real possibility that college football may be sidelined by the Covid-19 crisis. They also delve into the 10 most recent recruiting class commits and other recruiting updates. Click here for a direct audio link
  6. Harry, JD and GMG24 discuss the upcoming 2020 Mean Green football season, the cancellation of the Texas A&M game and the real possibility that college football may be sidelined by the Covid-19 crisis. They also delve into the 10 most recent recruiting class commits and other recruiting updates. Click here for a direct audio link
  7. 6-5, 250 defensive end prospect with no offers? Looks like he may have suffered an injury in basketball back in March that could have taken him off the radar just a bit: link: https://www.examiner-enterprise.com/news/20200307/no-3-carl-albert-claims-area-crown-over-no-4-shawnee
  8. Yes, as many predicted FAU and FIU were both programs that offered huge upsides to the conference over time. They just needed to get the right coaches in place. Both have great recruiters now. The better G5 programs seem to be making good use of transfers.
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