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  1. Coach Andy Mac

    GAME DAY!!!

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  3. It doesn’t take a Hall of Fame coach to know the end zone is the literal measurement of success for a college football program. Visit it more often than your opponent on a week-to-week basis and championships tend to follow. Collegiate athletic departments across the United States have also honed in on the potential of the space that lies just beyond the pylons. End zone expansions are the latest trend in Division I collegiate football stadium design – and our design team doesn’t see the movement ending anytime soon. The proven revenue and performance benefits are simply too powerful to ignore. On top of creating a more intimidating game day atmosphere, end zone projects realize the potential for unique seating and premium spaces along with integrating new team spaces that benefit more than just football student-athletes. Each university considering an end zone renovation has a wealth of options unique to its culture and footprint. We’ve been fortunate to work on a number of end zone projects for premiere college football programs in recent years. Here’s an inside look at how the latest took shape and help take their respective programs to the next level: read more:
  4. Liberty Head Coach Turner Gill - Overall thoughts on the game... “I want to give God the glory. We obviously had the weather and all those things that took place. I don’t think it really distracted our guys. They were just the better football team. They executed better than we did. We didn’t make plays when we had to make them. From an offensive perspective, we just never got anything going. Most of it was us, but someof it was them. But overall, they were the better football. We just have to get better at the things we need to get better at, and that’s blocking, tackling, catching the ball, executing and doing all the things we need to do. We’ve still got a lot of good football left, and I’m excited to see how our team will respond as we move forward here in the next two games on the road.” On not taking advantage of two opportunities to score, one in each half... “Those two opportunities that we didn’t score put a little damper on some things. We still have to respond. Our defense has to respond when they have opportunities to get off the field, but they were on the field a lot. We didn’t sustain enough drives. On the running game... “Overall, we ran the ball pretty good most of the time. There’s a few times where we didn’t have success, but I think overall we had some things in the first two or three quarters where we ran the ball pretty good. Our throwing game was not on par as far as what it should be.”
  5. Liberty AD just turned off the feed.
  6. Coach Andy Mac

    Beyond the green... did it air?

  7. Coach Andy Mac

    Seth Littrell Rumors Mega Thread

    DENTON - “Peter Pan” is retired at North Texas, realistically, if not officially. Word is the NCAA might outlaw the sort of fake fair catch that resulted in Keegan Brewer’s wildly entertaining 90-yard punt return for a touchdown against Arkansas. Never mind that it seems like criminalizing creativity. Probably keeps a poor imitation from disaster. Also now a moot point at UNT. As good an actor as Brewer is, he’s not fooling anyone again with that Emmy-caliber performance. Not since it’s been seen on SportsCenter, Sunday Night Football, Inside Edition, College Football Live, NBC Nightly News and Good Morning America. Not to mention, Brewer’s been on ESPNU radio, a couple or three XM stations and all through the locals. If you haven’t heard of Brewer or “Peter Pan” or Seth Littrell by now, you cut off more than your cable. “I told our marketing people this morning that they were brilliant,” UNT’s athletic director, Wren Baker, said. “I can’t think of a strategy or a dollar figure that would have brought the same attention to this university.” Here’s the deal: “Peter Pan” didn’t simply join the pantheon of “Kick Six,” “Lateralpalooza,” the Stanford band and Tyler John Tyler making Mike Zoffuto want to throw up. The sheer virtuosity overshadowed the fact that UNT, now 3-0 and receiving Top 25 votes, didn’t just beat an SEC team on the road, it humbled Arkansas. read more:
  8. College football needs compelling storylines. Here’s an intriguing possibility, and it’s not ridiculous: As a Heisman Trophy finalist, North Texas junior quarterback Mason Fine travels to New York in December. “That would be the most surreal moment,” Fine said during a Tuesday telephone connection. “I’ve never really even thought about that.” In 1987, Holy Cross’ Gordie Lockbaum was a halfback, a defensive back and kickoff returner. He finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting. A former Locust Grove superstar and the most prolific passer in the history of Oklahoma high school football, Fine could be a Lockbaum or Doug Flutie type of figure in this year’s Heisman process. read more:
  9. Coach Andy Mac

    Check ESPN bowl projections

    SERVPRO First Responder Bowl Cotton Bowl, Dallas Dec. 26, 1:30 p.m. (ESPN) Bonagura: USC vs. North Texas Sherman: Colorado vs. North Texas
  10. NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt just ran the Keegan Brewer punt return on their national broadcast.