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  1. 28-7 Houston dominating Tulane. 13:16 left in the 2nd quarter..:👀
  2. Houston up 14-7 end of 1st quarter. Houston going to be tough... lots of talent offensively.
  3. It is very encouraging to see players like MaKyle coming along and contributing.
  4. Don’t knock it. It hasn’t been too bad actually and I’m doing better financially.
  5. Great scouting opportunity for our next home opponent the Cougars from Houston. This should be a good game. Tulane is building a good program under Coach Fritz. That said, I'm pulling for Houston to win.
  6. Audio Link: http://gomeangreenbarbershop.libsyn.com/barbershop-podcast-204
  7. Join @Evan, @BeyondTheGreen and @Harry as they discuss the tough loss to Cal on the west coast, the 2nd half re-birth of the defense and the upcoming huge home game against rival UTSA as well as other interesting topics. Also some good news regarding future broadcasts which will allow for fans to interact. Audio Link: http://gomeangreenbarbershop.libsyn.com/barbershop-podcast-204
  8. Hate to see this but it is what it is.
  9. What really blows my mind is even back when I was in school back in the dark ages they had major issues with not having enough dorms on campus to allow for full time student to live on campus! So fast forward to now and it's like WTF? Do we have some sort of mental block because they have been predicting this growth for the area and the school for decades now. The good news in my mind is that more students are electing to stay on campus and at UNT for all four years. That was a BIG problem in the past. Students would attend and then initially and then transfer out to other schools. My sister was an example. There was no effort to retain anyone,. Looking back it was really quite pathetic. I am pleased to see the growth and retention. Now we need some damn politicians fighting for our funding at the state in kind. Instead of trying to be best pals with the politicians that represent UNT at the state we need to start holding their feet to the fire for results.
  10. "UTSA is building up to be a great rivalry game," Littrell said. "It’s always been a tough battle."
  11. The University of North Texas –- like the region it is named for -– is growing quickly. There are now 39,330 UNT undergraduate and graduate students enrolled, which is the most ever. That enrollment figure represents a 3% increase from the 2018-2019 academic year, according to figures from the university. In addition to overall enrollment being up, UNT also touts its largest-ever freshman class this fall. A record 5,522 freshman are on campus, which is an increase of 15.3% in "first time college students at the university," according to a UNT news release. And the University of North Texas is also retaining more of its students than ever before. This fall nearly 80% of last year’s freshman class returned to UNT, according to enrollment data, which is an increase of 1.6% over the fall of 2018. read more: https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/University-of-North-Texas-Sees-Record-Enrollment-This-Fall-560464341.html
  12. On if the matchup with North Texas could be a rivalry game … "It is a rivalry. I don't think we've had a game decided by more than seven points.
  13. Didn’t Sonny and Cal almost beat or beat Texas in austin or am I imagining that? Seems like I recall it was a very exciting finish.
  14. Not a lot of discussion on this one but I saw this as a big win for UNT over two quality programs in Tulsa and La. Tech. This is a good sign for McCasland and company but they have to start winning more in conference to build on it.
  15. We will find out how good SMU is as they play the Frogs this weekend.
  16. Southern Miss is legit this year. La tech looks good as well.
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