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  1. LINK: https://www.kark.com/pig-trail-nation/jeremiah-hughes-makes-good-impression-at-arkansas-football-camp-on-friday-hogs-interested/ FAYETTEVILLE — Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman Class of 2023 three-star athlete Jeremiah Hughes camped at Arkansas on Friday. Hughes, 6-0, 165, got to see Arkansas and attend the camp on Friday. Following the camp, Hughes talked about his impressions of Arkansas. “I love the facility,” Hughes said. “It looks great. I like it out here. I like the weather – it felt way better than Vegas, for sure. I love it.” What were your impressions of the
  2. As fall shifted into winter, men’s and women’s basketball began with high hopes. Led by a breakout season from sophomore forward Quincy Noble, women’s basketball achieved its most Conference USA wins ever (11). The Mean Green finished No. 3 in the C-USA West regular-season standings, clinching a dance with Old Dominion University in the C-USA tournament. Although forward Emma Villas-Gomis dropped 24 points against ODU, the team fell 71-66 to end its campaign. The men’s basketball team, led by head coach Grant McCasland, made North Texas history during its season. Having a similar regular
  3. OIL BOWL ROSTERS Note: All rosters are very tentative, dependent upon players checking in later this week. Listed below is player name, height, weight (football), position and high school. (College each player intends to attend is in parenthesis.) A listed college does not necessarily mean an athlete intends to play sports there. FOOTBALL West Texas All-Stars Cy Belcher, 6-1, 190 QB, SS, Windthorst (Midwestern State) Ethan Belcher, 5-10, 190 RB, LB, Windthorst (Undecided) Joseph Boone, 6-2, 190 TE, LB, Vernon (Southwestern Christian University) Brett Briscoe,
  4. The Cincinnati Bengals coaching staff is welcoming five coaches to work with the team as interns as part of this year’s Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program. All five will be working with the team virtually. The coaching interns are: • Steve Huanga, offensive quality control coach at the University of North Texas. As a player, Huanga played offensive line at College of the Canyons and Arkansas State University. He began his coaching career as a strength and conditioning intern at the University of California-Berkeley and Boise State University, and was the defensiv
  5. Fans of the University of Texas athletics programs may not notice a major difference on the field this fall, but the college sports business model at UT and universities around the country is preparing for a shift. A bill that passed both chambers of the Texas Legislature and went to the desk of Gov. Greg Abbott June 1 would allow athletes to receive payments for their names, images and likenesses, or NIL, in a move state lawmakers say is an attempt to keep up with the shifting tides of athletic recruiting nationwide. Senate Bill 1385, authored by state Sen. Brandon Creighton, R-Conroe,
  6. 4. North Texas: Buried beneath North Texas’ defensive struggles, season-long quarterback rotation and superstar receiver Jaleon Darden — was the fact that the Mean Green actually topped Conference USA in rushing yards last year. The trio of DeAndre Torrey, Oscar Adaway III and Tre Siggers combined for over 1,600 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground in 2020. While Siggers took his talents an hour south to rival SMU, Adaway III and Torrey return as the top one-two punch in Conference USA. Either is capable of carrying the load, with Torrey nearly topping 1,000 yards in 2019 and Adaway III rushi
  7. Jacob Farrell - North Texas Farrell is a very talented offensive tackle who signed with Oklahoma State in the 2018 class over Kansas, TCU and Texas Tech, among others. He was dismissed from OSU for violation of team rules. Farrell picked North Texas as his transfer destination, but did not receive immediate eligibility. He played in North Texas' bowl game following the 2020 season, but was injured in the first quarter. Now he is looking for another home. If the off the field stuff checks out, he would be worth taking a chance on. read more: https://www.si.com/college/syracuse/recru
  8. Colleges and universities contemplate moving down the athletics totem pole all the time. Division I athletics aren't for everybody, especially when you're not cashing multi-million TV checks each year. Heck, even Jim Delany, the longtime Big Ten commissioner, threatened to take his entire behemoth of a conference to Division III if players ever started getting paid. (We all know how that bluff ended.) But it's not everyday a successful Division I program considers dropping down to D3. Such was the case at Eastern Washington, where the school openly considered dropping down to Divisi
  9. LINK: https://lsusports.net/news/2021/6/10/football-davis-named-new-offensive-line-coach.aspx BATON ROUGE – Brad Davis, a Baton Rouge native and member of Oklahoma's 2000 national championship team, is LSU's new offensive line coach, head coach Ed Orgeron officially announced on Thursday. Davis joins the LSU staff after spending the past four seasons coaching offensive lines in the Southeastern Conference. Davis coached at Florida in 2017, followed by two years at Missouri. Last year, he served as the offensive line coach at Arkansas. During his coaching career, Davis has had
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