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Mean Green 93-98

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  1. This thread is not about the "elephant in the room." It's about a new commit to the University of North Texas, and he and many of his friends and family no doubt clicked on this link to see what people are saying about him.
  2. We sure have a way around here of rolling out the turd carpet to welcome new commits.
  3. I don't love it, but when you're talking about C-USA basketball, if the shoe fits... Here are the current RPI rankings by conference: https://www.teamrankings.com/ncaa-basketball/rpi-ranking/rpi-rating-by-conf That's actually pretty good for C-USA--a few years ago, we were floating around #21-23. If we can consistently get two teams in the NCAA tournament and make noise there, maybe fewer people will call C-USA "low mid-major." All a moot point, since in a couple years we will be in a conference that no sane person would call "low mid-major." BTW, the term "mid-major" in college basketball came decades before "P5" and "G5" in football.
  4. 100 percent. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_North_Texas_Health_Science_Center
  5. This is definitely a change. UNT's school has always offered a DO. With this collaboration, UNT was also offering an MD. It sounds like TCU just piggy-backed on UNT until they were able to take it on their own. Regardless of what you think of the final outcome, we were taken advantage of.
  6. It ain't my thing, but if that was what people did when they were students, so be it.
  7. If Lendale White gets that first down, VY may never get the ball in his hands again. With the advantage of hindsight, it obviously wasn't the right call; but it certainly wasn't a stupid call under the circumstances. Lendale White had been money on 4th and short all year long.
  8. I kind of agree, but I don't know who thought we were close to Middle.
  9. I disagree. I imagine if he had it to do over again, he would have come straight to U of NT.
  10. https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/ranking-the-37-college-football-bowl-games-for-2021-22-rose-delivers-as-orange-cotton-disappoint/
  11. Fellow posters, please note this sentence. Yes, the word is pronounced "core," but it is not spelled "c-o-r-e."
  12. Remember that Jaelon Darden was being mentored by Antonio Brown. Maybe not the best choice to emulate.
  13. It's not COVID-related, just a change in the transfer rules. Everyone is now permitted one free transfer to an FBS school without having to sit out a year.
  14. Shoot, @Wag Tag, I should have read your post better from the beginning. So all that transferring was done in the past year? That means he was fully eligible to play this past year (assuming no other issues outside of transfer rules), but will be ineligible to play in '22.
  15. The rule now allows one free transfer with no need to sit out. But since this will be his second transfer, he'll have to sit out a year. EDIT: Looking back at your timeline, he would have had to sit out this past year at ULM. Since he sat out 2021, does this make him eligible to transfer and play right away in 2022? Not sure about that.
  16. It seems to me he'd have to sit out a year. Which obviously makes him a less desirable target.
  17. No way. A 2-year deal was an exception under exceptional circumstances, and that was at least for a coordinator. What are the odds that SL is even our HC in 2023? If less than 50%, we are just giving ourselves more contract that we have to buy out.
  18. I think only one person made that suggestion, and he's clearly on crack.
  19. Arians might have some praise for Jaelon, but the article is pretty negative overall.
  20. Ben Roethlisberger and Joe Greene have a friendly wager on the game: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/ben-roethlisberger-makes-friendly-bowl-wager-with-steelers-legend-mean-joe-greene/
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