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  1. CC Young and The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of North Texas (OLLI at UNT) signed a three-year Partnership Agreement with CC Young Senior Living in Dallas. As part of this agreement, OLLI at UNT’s Dallas-based courses will be held exclusively at The Point, CC Young’s 20,000 square foot multipurpose facility, which is open to both CC Young residents and senior adults in the general public. View Full Article
  2. Drone deliveries of foods and medications are being piloted across the country, including in North Texas. Packages of all types will be dropped at local residences soon. Researchers with UNT’s Center for Integrated Intelligent Mobility Systems (CIIMS) are working with NASA to address some of the challenges to widespread adoption of these innovations. View Full Article
  3. We have had it posted on the top of the forums page since they won: https://www.gomeangreen.com/forums/ We certainly can put it in both places if you like as they are quite deserving of our praise. GMG!
  4. For the latest rankings, UNT came in at No. 9 in the nation and No. 2 in Texas for the homeland security and emergency management category. View Full Article
  5. My sources indicate that Grant McCasland has agreed to a multi million dollar contract with UNT. McCasland rebuffed interest from SMU. Oh my how things have changed! GMG
  6. According to my sources. That is all. Thank you and GMG.
  7. Tough way to go out but doesn't take away from what they did accomplish.
  8. Quote

    It is likely that some troubles will befall us; but it is not a present fact. How often has the unexpected happened! How often has the expected never come to pass! And even though it is ordained to be, what does it avail to run out to meet your suffering? You will suffer soon enough, when it arrives; so look forward meanwhile to better things. What shall you gain by doing this? Time.

    Seneca from Letters from a Stoic

  9. DENTON, Texas – Five new additions signed to play for UNT Football and join the program as members of the Class of 2022, head coach Seth Littrell announced Wednesday. "We are excited to add some really talented guys to our roster," Littrell said. "We feel like we were able to fill some needs today and added depth. We are far from finished at this point. Like I said in December, we still have a few spots available and will be aggressive in adding the right players that fit our program through the transfer portal over the next few months." All five of the signees hail from the state of Texas, including three from the DFW area and two from metro Houston. Four of the signees are high school players, along with one junior college transfer. Wednesday's signees feature two defensive backs, two offensive linemen and a defensive lineman. UNT previously signed 13 high school players and transfers during the December window with nine joining the roster for Spring 2022. The Mean Green open spring practice on Friday, March 4. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class Hometown/Previous Moh Bilitiy DB 6-2 183 Fr.-HS Dallas, TX/North Dallas HS Samora Ezekiel OL 6-5 285 Fr.-HS Fort Worth, TX/Paschal HS Kaghen Roach DL 6-5 265 So.-JC Celina, TX/Blinn College Howard Sampson OL 6-7 325 Fr.-HS Humble, TX/HS Patrick Smith DB 5-9 178 Fr.-HS Sugar Land, TX/Clements HS SIGNEE BIOS Moh Bility DB, 6-2, 183 Dallas, Texas/North Dallas HS High School: Starred at North Dallas High School for coach Bobby Estes … first team all-district as a junior and senior … also ran track … won district championship in 110m hurdles in 2021 … rated three stars by 247 Sports … No. 245 in Texas … rated three stars by Dave Campbell's Texas Football … as a junior, helped North Dallas High to first playoff appearance since 1952 … had 21 tackles, 2.0 TFL and three interceptions in 2020 … first Division I signee from high school in nearly 20 years … picked UNT over Rice Samora Ezekiel OL, 6-5, 285 Fort Worth, Texas/Paschal HS High School: Played at Paschal High School for coach John Killough … first team All-District honoree at tackle … more than 30 pancakes during his senior season … named second team all-district following his junior season … picked UNT over Tulsa Kaghen Roach DL, 6-5, 265 Celina, TX/Blinn College Prior to UNT: Played one season at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas for coach Ryan Mahon … finished with 32 tackles, 14.0 TFL and 6.5 sacks … 2021 SWJCFC All-Conference pick … spent the 2020 season at Army … played the 2019 season at Fork Union Military Academy ... prepped at Celina High School for coach Bill Elliott … helped team to 7-5 record as a senior … finished senior season with 66 tackles, 16 hurries, 22 tackles for loss, one forced fumble, two forced fumble recoveries, 11.5 sacks and three interceptions … first team all-area selection … honorable mention all-state … also participated in track and field … rated three stars by 247 Sports out of high school … chose UNT over UTEP and TCU Howard Sampson OL, 6-7, 325 Humble, TX/HS Prior to UNT: Played at Humble High School for coach Marcus Schulz … named second team All-District … helped team to 11 wins as a sophomore … chose UNT over Texas State and Texas Tech Patrick Smith DB, 5-9, 178 Sugar Land, TX/Clements HS High School: Prepped at Fort Bend Clements High School in Sugar Land, Texas for coach Bobby Darnell … Helped team to 7-4 record in 2021 … Led team to first playoff appearance since 2007 … Named Texas District 20-6A Offensive MVP as a senior … Selected first-team all-district selection at both WR and S … Had 62 tackles with seven pass breakups, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and two interceptions … Added two kick return touchdowns … On offense, had 49 receptions for 890 yards and 10 touchdowns … had more than 1,300 all-purpose yards and 13 total touchdowns … Had 42 tackles and two interceptions as a junior … rated three stars by Dave Campbell's Texas Football … earned three-star rating from ESPN … No. 229 in Texas … picked UNT over San Diego State, Air Force and Army
  10. He doesn't fit the system.
  11. @TheReal_jayD @GMG24 and @Harry recap the early 2022 Mean Green Football signing class and discuss the change in recruiting philosophy for Littrell and his staff. Direct audio link: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/gomeangreen/ringr_173776_175631.mono.mp3
  12. @Harry joins @TheReal_jayD and @GMG24 as they recap the early 2022 Mean Green Football signing class and discuss the change in recruiting philosophy for Littrell and his staff. Direct audio link: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/gomeangreen/ringr_173776_175631.mono.mp3
  13. Yes we had an internet outage that clipped the very end off. Sorry about that, but it happens. You still get 99 percent of the show as we were just about to close when it ended. GMG
  14. Join @Evan @Harry @BeyondTheGreen and @TheReal_jayD as they recap the MONUMENTAL and DOMINATING win against #15 ranked UTSA at home as well projecting what bowl the Mean Green will be playing in and which team they may play. Click for direct audio link: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/gomeangreen/GMG_BS_Pod_12.1.21_mixdown.mp3
  15. Join @Evan @Harry @BeyondTheGreen and @TheReal_jayD as they recap the MONUMENTAL and DOMINATING win against #15 ranked UTSA at home as well projecting what bowl the Mean Green will be playing in and which team they may play. Click for direct audio link: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/gomeangreen/GMG_BS_Pod_12.1.21_mixdown.mp3
  16. To say I am very excited about this opportunity would be an understatement.
  17. Mean Green Face KU On National Stage PREGAME LINKS LIVE STATS UNT GAME NOTES MEANGREENSPORTS.COM UNT Men’s Basketball: Mean Green Face KU On National Stage North Texas Faces No. 4 Kansas On ESPN For more information contact: Luke Della, 510-725-2130, Luke.Della@unt.edu KISSIMMEE, FL – The North Texas men's basketball team begins the 2021 ESPN Events Invitational against No. 4 Kansas Thursday at 1:30 p.m. CT at HP Field House on the campus of Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex. The game will be broadcast on ESPN and the Mean Green Sports Network and on the Varsity Network App. UNT (2-1) upset No. 20 Purdue in the first round of the 2021 NCAA Tournament, 78-69 (ot), for its first-ever NCAA Tournament victory and end a 49-game losing streak to nationally ranked opponents. Thursday, the Mean Green will aim to beat the No. 4 nationally ranked Jayhawks (3-0), which would be the highest ranked opponent UNT has ever beaten. North Texas last and only other meeting against Kansas was on Nov. 19, 2010 in Lawrence, Kansas. UNT fell 93-60. The Jayhawks were ranked No. 7 in the nation at the time. That North Texas team, like this season's, was coming off a 2010 NCAA Tournament appearance. The Mean Green have never beaten an AP Top 5 opponent. The highest ranked opponent UNT has ever beaten was No. 8 Wichita State on Jan. 25, 1963, 69-67. North Texas is coming off of a 64-36 beating of UT Arlington last week at the Super Pit. The 36 points UNT held UTA to is the second fewest points a Mean Green opponent has scored in the Grant McCasland era (5th season). UNT held the Mavericks to just 12 points in the first half, which is the fewest points an opponent has scored in the first half since McCasland got to UNT in 2017. Newcomer Tylor Perry has led the way for UNT through its first three games. Perry is averaging 17.3 points per game and is scoring at a team-leading 59.3 percent clip. Perry, has been a menace on defense averaging 2.6 steals per game, which ranks tied for 28th in the nation. As of Wednesday, Perry's 56.2 3-point field goal percentage ranked 11th in the nation. Defense has once again been the Mean Green's calling card. UNT so far this season ranks No. 8 in the nation in scoring defense (52.7) and No. 8 in turnover margin (8.3). They've played good defense without fouling as well. UNT has committed just 49 fouls this season. That’s the 13th fewest in the nation. North Texas will face either Dayton or Miami (Fla.) on Friday, Nov. 26, in the second round of the ESPN Events Invitational at the HP Field House on the campus of Disney's Wild World of Sports Complex. The game will start at either 10 a.m. CT or 12:30 p.m. CT depending on the result of Thursday.
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