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  1. A big reason why Louisiana Tech is favored in most of its games is courtesy of the amount of production the Bulldogs return on the offensive side of the ball. The high potential upside for this team comes on offense considering their stability on the line mixed with their depth, talent, and experience at each skill position. Although they ranked No. 111 nationally in total offense last season, the Bulldogs return their top players at each skill position and six offensive linemen with starting experience. They are led by fifth-year quarterback J’Mar Smith and their 1,000-plus-yard wide receiver Adrian Hardy. read more: https://www.burntorangenation.com/2019/5/26/18626761/louisiana-tech-bulldogs-football-post-spring-preview-texas-longhorns-2019
  2. That was my thinking. We already know what Novil and of course Hambone can do. I like to think that one of these other guys will step up and surprise us.
  3. Has anything changed in terms of rivalries? To me UAB has become more of a rival since they are in the West and seem to have gotten good. Still main rival is SMU and sack.
  4. Who is poised for a breakout 2019 season on the defensive line?
  5. Yeah you are right and I changed it to OT.
  6. https://www.recruitingnewsguru.com/interview-2020-texas-dt-tashoyn-johnson-proving-his-worth-as-a-next-level-talent/
  7. As Ive been pointing out, two of the toughest teams we played last season, UAB and Utah State we’re signing a lot of juco players as well as transfers. Now it looks like Rice is starting to offer more jucos under their new coach which is a big change for them. ——————- Last offseason, Bloomgren signed linebacker Blaze Alldredge from Los Angeles Pierce College. Like many Owls newcomers, Alldredge was productive — finishing second on the team in tackles after taking over at inside linebacker halfway through the season. But more intriguing was the fact that Alldredge, a former junior college player, was at Rice in the first place. In former coach David Bailiff’s 11 seasons, Rice signed two junior college athletes. But when Bloomgren took over, he was optimistic more could play — and thrive academically — at Rice. read more: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.houstonchronicle.com/sports/texas-sports-nation/college/amp/Recruiting-Rice-s-Bloomgren-casts-wide-net-in-13461584.php
  8. 6-5, 250 offers from Zona, Houston, A-State, ECU and Air Force. https://www.hudl.com/profile/7820154/Derek-Bowman https://247sports.com/Player/Derek-Bowman-46059419/
  9. 6-3 235. Offers from SMU, Navy, Texas Southern and Alcorn. http://www.hudl.com/profile/6113203/Clinton-Anokuru https://247sports.com/player/clinton-anokwuru-46052534/
  10. 6-5, 215 good speed. Offers listed from SMU, KU, Indiana, Army. https://247sports.com/Player/John-Holcomb-46081057/ http://www.hudl.com/v/2Ax30h
  11. 1). Get the UT Austin long term series money in the bank 2). Use said money to offset expenses and buy easy win home games which help morale and bowl opportunities.
  12. Good find -- also noticed the reason why Bowen stepped down had been released: read more: https://dailymemphian.com/article/index/5247/Bowen-resigned-after-letter-alleging-questionable-behavior
  13. Agreed. I would be thrilled to have it at 2 million. Would remove the fear of another Dodge or Mac hire. Then again, Houston paid Applewhite a ton of money and he failed (by their standards) so there are no guarantees.
  14. Big boy pants is the Holgerson deal at Houston. “Holgorsen will be paid $3.7 million for 2019, not including potential incentive bonuses. Memphis’ Mike Norvell had been set to be the highest-paid coach at a Group of Five public school in 2019, at $2.6 million. Central Florida’s Josh Heupel and Cincinnati’s Luke Fickell are scheduled to make $2.3 million in 2019. In 2018, Norvell also was making $2.6 million; the Naval Academy said Ken Niumatalolo’s base salary was just under $2.2 million; and Fickell made $2 million. Based on current information, Holgorsen’s pay for 2019 could be greater than that of close to half of the head coaches at Power Five public schools. Houston had been set to pay its previous coach, Major Applewhite, $1.75 million for 2019, including deferred compensation of $250,000 that would have accrued on Dec. 31, 2019.” read more: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.usatoday.com/amp/2473825002
  15. I’m my opinion Darden is like the Rodney Dangerfield of the roster. Guy is so clutch and just produces yet does not get the limelight.
  16. UCF is leading a crusade against the college football elite, but none of the people they’re supposedly leading seem to know or care. And it’s kind of difficult to lead a crusade if no one’s following you. As part of their quest for a seat at the big boy’s table, UCF AD Danny White has insisted on only scheduling home-and-home series with Power 5 programs. It’s been somewhat successful, as the Knights got North Carolina, Pitt and Louisville to agree to home-and-homes, plus a one-off home game with Stanford on Sept. 14 of this season. The Knights would love to get Florida’s Big 3 programs — Florida, Florida State, Miami — on their future schedules, but White has been unwilling to bend on his principles, refusing to schedule a 2-for-1 series or to play UCF’s home game at Orlando’s Citrus Bowl Stadium rather than UCF’s on-campus Spectrum Stadium. read more: http://footballscoop.com/news/ucf-mad-usf-scheduling-philosophy-great/
  17. Who, in college football, has thrown for more yards than Mason Fine the past two seasons? No one. More than Daniel Jones, Drew Lock, Ryan Finley, Will Grier, or Trace McSorley. Those five guys were all multi-year starters, all NFL draft picks, and all sit behind the rising senior quarterback from North Texas in yardage production. Mason Fine continues to rewrite the Mean Green record book. He’ll set the Mean Green TD mark this season, probably before the end of week two, and he’ll have done with roughly 40 fewer interceptions than the current leader Steve Ramsey. Fine is the reigning and two-time CUSA offensive player of the year. read more: https://swcroundup.com/news/2019/5/19/the-continued-development-of-mason-fine
  18. https://en.parkopedia.com/parking/attraction/colonial-country-club-fort-worth/?arriving=201905202230&leaving=201905210030
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