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chrisfisher last won the day on September 24 2018

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  1. What's a Southern Nazarene? Is that like a character from the bible? Or a specialty mixed drink? :-)
  2. Aunne was terrible last season. He couldn't complete a medium to long pass to save his life. We're screwed.
  3. Fair point. I hope you are right.
  4. Maybe not all SEC, but Ruder had P5 offers from Baylor, Penn State, Florida State, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas State, Ole Miss, Florida, and North Carolina. That's a hell of a P5 offer list, especially for someone coming to UNT.
  5. My post was sarcastic in nature, but since you asked: Jace Ruder https://247sports.com/Recruitment/Jace-Ruder-96843/RecruitInterests/
  6. Gunnell is definitely a quality transfer. He is .88 on 247sports, but Jace Ruder is .89 transfer so not highest ever.
  7. Looks great....but I already know that he will have a sudden drop in skills and talent and have difficulty understanding our overly complex offensive schemes like so many quarterbacks, even SEC level, seem to experience at UNT.
  8. Haha! That's exactly what I was thinking when I read some the comments to my post. I thought it common knowledge we need another true big. Scott is not a true big and Morgan in is only 6'8" so in essence we only have one true big prior to this signing. Most teams want at least one back up center.
  9. Sissoko is a 6' 10," high level 3 star (0.8689), Top 500 rated player in the country in 2019 when signed to Dayton. Stats do not look great at all at Dayton, but we know that players tend to play their best within systems that compliment them. Hopefully, McCasland can develop him into a star at UNT.
  10. Ha ha!! I hope that Tulsa and ECU do step-up. I also forgot to mention Wichita State in additional to Memphis, etc. in my original post. It would be great if Wichita can get back to their Top 25 form. We could be a great basketball conference with multiple teams ranked each year, which also increases likelihood of multiple bids for tourney and more $$$ for the conference members.
  11. You need to see beyond your own hatred of SMU, which I share with you. I don't want to step into another promising new conference only to see it downgraded. We need other strong conference mates to be a strong conference. That doesn't mean I'm rooting for the other teams. If the AAC degrades further, we can kiss the fairly large ESPN $$$ they rake in goodbye.
  12. This is really bad for us. We need SMU's and Memphis' of the world to be strong to keep the AAC competitive and the $$$ flowing from ESPN, etc. We don't need hobbled conference mates right when we enter.
  13. I really hope that they do not take Memphis and/or SMU to the Big 12 if they do expand - does not matter to me as much as related to football concerns, but I want Memphis/SMU to be part of the AAC for basketball reasons due to their ability to be consistently ranked opponents; this really helps with the NET rating and tournament selections.
  14. I wish Dentonites realized just how special it is to have the opportunity to attend UNT sporting events in general, and that the fans specifically show up in huge numbers for this really special event against a recent Power-5 national champion - this does not happen often (ever?). I truly miss attending UNT sports games. I attended nearly every game, football and basketball, from 2005 to 2011 when I attended UNT.
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