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  1. Colorado State just fired their head coach: Steve Addazio out as CSU football coach after 16 games Steve Addazio’s time as Colorado State football coach is done after 16 games. The 62-year-old veteran coach has been let go by the school Thursday, less than a week after the Rams ended the 2021 season. Multiple sources told the Coloradoan that the team met with athletic director Joe Parker at 11 a.m., and those sources confirm the staff was pulled off the road recruiting. CSU announced the move shortly after 11 a.m. LINK: https://www.coloradoan.com/story/sports/csu/football/2021/12/02/colorado-state-football-coach-steve-addazio-out-after-2-seasons/8838063002/
  2. UNT improves or maintains GSR for 12th-straight year! DENTON, Texas – North Texas Athletics posted its highest Graduation Success Rate (GSR) in program history with a score of 87, the NCAA announced Thursday. “Building Champions and Preparing Leaders is our ultimate goal here at UNT,” Vice President and Director of Athletics Wren Baker said. “The positive increase in GSR that we see again this year shows the progress we are making as our student-athletes continue to grow, develop and graduate. I am proud of their hard work.” The overall score was a one-point increase from 2020 moving from an 86 to 87. Four UNT programs posted perfect scores of 100 (women’s golf, women’s soccer, women’s tennis and women’s volleyball). Additionally, both softball and women’s swimming and diving posted scores of 90 or better. Women’s swimming and diving (97) and football (83) both recorded program-best scores. Of the 24 NCAA Division I institutions in Texas, only five overall and just one public school had better overall GSR scores than UNT. The Mean Green ranked fifth overall in Conference USA, up one spot from 2020. UNT was behind only Rice among CUSA’s Texas members. From the time GSR data collection began with the 1995-98 cohort, UNT has improved from a score of 59 to 87 (28-point increase). The GSR was developed by the NCAA as part of its academic reform initiative to more accurately measure the academic success of Division I student-athletes by better accounting for the many different academic paths followed by today's college students. The NCAA also released the most recent federal graduation rate data in conjunction with the GSR information. The GSR holds institutions accountable for transfer students, whereas the federal graduation rate does not. The GSR also accounts for mid-year enrollees. The NCAA calculates the federal graduation rate for student-athletes because it is the only rate by which to compare student-athletes to the general student body. —GMG—
  3. No we just can’t do anything to Seth. Seth could hold us hostage with Phil Bennett. Bennett and him are best friends. We have to keep Seth or risk losing Bennett.
  4. FORT WORTH, Texas Sonny Dykes landed as TCU's coach Monday night, arriving at the purple-lit stadium in a luxury helicopter that settled down near midfield. A one of a kind red velvet carpet was rolled out and a slightly chilled flute of 2011 Armand de Brigna champagne found it’s way between his upturned index and middle fingers as he waved to the crowd of city leaders, athletic department staff and donors who had anxiously been awaiting his arrival. After weeks of speculation, TCU announced his hiring when welcoming Dykes back to the Fort Worth campus to meet with his new team. Dykes spent the past four seasons at SMU before his return to the other side of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The son of former Texas Tech coach Spike Dykes had been considered a top candidate for the Frogs job since Gary Patterson and TCU mutually agreed Oct. 31 to part ways with four games left in the season. read more: https://amp.newsobserver.com/sports/article256182432.html
  5. One of the reasons that the AAC is such a coveted conference to be in is the schools in this conference put their money where their mouth is. Tulane is an example of that with their newly built academic building. Check it out very impressive and something we should try and emulate. SMU's may be even bigger and better.
  6. Seems like things worked well when he was here and he knows what is needed. I think he’s a guy we should at least interview if the job is open.
  7. Looking at this squad you have to think we are just a half-way decent QB away from being a pretty salty bunch. I would look at a coach that can bring a transfer or portal QB with him. Or in the very least has a track record of identifying and developing QB's. I would want someone who could talk a Hudson Card or Casey Thompson into coming here as both are surely being show the exit at TU. If you think about it that was what got Sonny to the level of success he achieved, his ability to identify and land QB's from the portal.
  8. How about JaQuay Wilburn vs Nevada in the flood game at Fouts?
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