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  1. Pretty sure their actions that night prove they are aware of the existence of alcohol.?
  2. Truth is I believe UH has done what needs to be done to seriously be considered for the Big 12. From the donors to the pres, bor, and altheltic director as well as conference dollars . Support must flow from the top all the way to the underlings and they must be given the chance and at times funds to do the jobs they got hired to do. Not saying this isn't happening here at NT, just a statement in general. Houston is proving to be successful. If Kansas (because of Basketball) can be in the big 12, UH can.
  3. Target in Highland Village has kids jersey's, t-shirts, hats and such. Small selection , but comparable to the other college selections. And better than what their offering was before, which was zero.
  4. you should be able to watch it on their website.
  5. Highlights DENTON – The North Texas athletics department is hosting an NCAA selection show watch party for the Conference USA tournament champion Mean Green soccer team on Monday, Nov. 9 at 3 p.m. in the HUB Club at Apogee Stadium . The Mean Green (19-3-1) won the C-USA regular season title and captured the conference tournament championship with a 1-0 victory against Marshall on Sunday in Miami, Fla. The team earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament by winning the tournament championship. North Texas will find out its first opponent when the 64-team field is announced on Monday. The selection show will be broadcast on NCAA.com starting at 3:30 p.m., central time. This is the Mean Green soccer program’s fourth trip to the NCAA Tournament. North Texas has won four conference tournament titles and received four automatic bids in program history. The Mean Green’s last appearance in the NCAA Tournament was in 2012. North Texas won both the Sun Belt Conference regular-season and tournament titles in 2012. The first round of the NCAA Tournament will take place on November 13, 14 or 15th at 16 regional sites. Mean Green fans and members of the media are invited to join North Texas on the third floor of Apogee Stadium for the selection show.
  6. DENTON – The North Texas athletics department is hosting an NCAA selection show watch party for the Conference USA tournament champion Mean Green soccer team on Monday, Nov. 9 at 3 p.m. in the HUB Club at Apogee Stadium . The Mean Green (19-3-1) won the C-USA regular season title and captured the conference tournament championship with a 1-0 victory against Marshall on Sunday in Miami, Fla. The team earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament by winning the tournament championship. North Texas will find out its first opponent when the 64-team field is announced on Monday. The selection show will be broadcast on NCAA.com starting at 3:30 p.m., central time. This is the Mean Green soccer program’s fourth trip to the NCAA Tournament. North Texas has won four conference tournament titles and received four automatic bids in program history. The Mean Green’s last appearance in the NCAA Tournament was in 2012. North Texas won both the Sun Belt Conference regular-season and tournament titles in 2012. The first round of the NCAA Tournament will take place on November 13, 14 or 15th at 16 regional sites. Mean Green fans and members of the media are invited to join North Texas on the third floor of Apogee Stadium for the selection show. Highlights
  7. No, but it's free on their website. Same thing happened with BBall last year. ASN was here but 21 wouldn't carry it.
  8. Because of TV. They set the game time. That's why the UTEP game time has yet to be set.
  9. MGC Link to the email sent out. Explaining SMU tailgating and such.
  10. Meangren Sports has a video MGS.com Video
  11. We're not the only conference being asked to play weeknights. There was discussion, or maybe an article I read, about how TV would love a FB game on every night of the week. Hell, the nfl started adding a Thursday night game. Now colleges have to compete with that. But if TV does get its way, and TV usually does, guess which schools and conferences will be dealt the weeknight games? It's that double edged sword.
  12. Do we want to be on TV? If so, TV and Conference makes that call. I guess you just have to decide at some point what's more important to you. For years the complaint was why aren't we on TV? Now that we are in a conference that has a decent TV deal, we don't like that TV dictates when we play? Unfortunately we are not a P5, we don't get to call those shots. If we feel being on TV only hurts us in attendance then maybe we don't need to be on TV. Another post on here points to that very fact as to why attendance is down overall in college football. So which will it be?
  13. These numbers are based on season ticket sales not walk ups. people are upset at season ticket numbers. I'm not defending the poor numbers just stating the fact that they are season ticket numbers. If there was a demand, if people cared about NT sports in Denton, if alumni cared, there may be a reason to have higher season ticket sales numbers. Fact is there is no demand for season tickets when you know you can just walk up and by a $10 dollar ticket and sit wherever you want. Other schools are the only game in town, we are not. There are a myriad of reasons why we've always struggled and I don't think it can be limited to the ticket staff just doesn't care to sell you tickets, it may or may not be true, but it's not limited to that.
  14. Everyone knows you can buy walk up. There's no demand. No reason to get stuck with tickets when TV picks up a game and forces us to play at 11:00 am Ssturday. Thursday nights or Saturday at 2:00 or 7:00 or whatever the time is people complain about.
  15. That is a gross misrepresentation. This is probably more accurate. http://deadspin.com/infographic-is-your-states-highest-paid-employee-a-co-489635228
  16. I suspect they'll put up a good fight.
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