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  1. An industry source indicated to Dodd that the feeling among industry insiders is that the new-look Big 12 would be a more desirable conference than a Pac-12 without USC and UCLA. Link: https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/usc-and-ucla-to-big-ten-pac-12-faces-tough-questions-uncertain-future-amid-conference-realignment-raid/amp/
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  3. Prior to UNT: Spent three years at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, New Mexico … 2021 Lone Star Conference Defensive Lineman of the Year … 2021 All-LSC First Team Offense … Played in nine games with nine starts in 2021 as a sophomore … Recorded 26 tackles (21 solo, five assisted)... Had 12.5 tackles for loss which was third in the conference... Recorded 8.5 sacks for a total loss of 57 yards throughout the season... Forced three fumbles... Had a season-high four sacks against Lincoln (CA) … Recorded a season-high five tackles against Angelo State … Division II did not compete in 2020 … named a preseason All-American prior to the canceled 2020 season … 2019 Second Team All-LSC selection... played in 12 games with six starts as a true freshman in 2019 … Led the Lone Star Conference with 12.5 sacks on the year... Led the team with 14.5 tackles for a loss... Recorded four multi-sack games and received LSC Defensive Player of the Week honors after totaling six tackles and 3.5 sacks in the Hounds upset win over #21 Angelo State... Posted 3.0 sacks and an interception in the Hound's win over Texas A&M-Kingsville... Set the school record for sacks in a single season... Eight of his sacks came in the final five weeks of the season … prepped at Burleson (Texas) Centennial HS for coaches Kyle Geller and Blake Meyer … Set five defensive program records, including most sacks in a game (4), most sacks in a season (13), most sacks in a career (17), most tackles for loss in a season (24) and most tackles for loss in a career (35) ... Earned Second Team All-District honors and received All-State Honorable Mention following the 2018 campaign.
  5. Can UNLV ever turn this thing around? It might be the most overdue program in college football. Seriously, every team in the Mountain West has been able to have some fun, but not UNLV. It’s been eight years since the program has enjoyed a winning season, and the 2013 team that got there ended with a bowl loss. The 2000 Rebels went 8-5 and beat Arkansas in the Las Vegas Bowl. In the 21 seasons since, there’s been just that one lonely winning campaign, and no bowl bids. Since 2019, eight current Mountain West programs have at least played in the conference championship, and six have won one. Nevada won a WAC title in 2010, New Mexico has at least tied for a division title and has been to seven bowl games over the last 22 seasons, and … UNLV’s lone conference title was the 1994 Big West. UNLV Key Game To The 2022 Season North Texas, Sept. 17 Just for the confidence at a program that hasn’t had a lot of fun in a long, long time, starting a season 2-1 would do wonders. Last year’s team won two games, the 2020 version didn’t win any, and there’s been just one 2-1 start since 2009. Assuming a win over Idaho State to kick things off, and a loss at Cal to follow that up, getting by a dangerous and experienced North Texas team at home would be a terrific step forward. Considering the rough slate the rest of the way – New Mexico is the only time the Rebels might be favored. Read more: https://collegefootballnews.com/2022/06/unlv-rebels-preview-2022-season-prediction-breakdown-key-games-players
  6. Upcoming AAC Realignment In one of the biggest conference “trades” in NCAA history, three current American Athletic Conference teams – Cincinnati, Houston, and UCF – will be leaving for the Big 12 before the 2023 academic year. Six C-USA teams replacing them (FAU, UAB, Charlotte, Rice, North Texas, and UTSA) would do so at the same time, to prevent the AAC from dropping to just eight teams. The buyout for the AAC schools is going to be $18 million each. That’s the standard $10 million buyout fee, plus another $8 million each to leave early. The buyout will be paid over 14 years. Meanwhile, lawyers with billable hours are still working out further details on the new incoming schools. With it, the American will compete as a 14-team league in football after the transition next summer. MEMPHIS – ATTRITION MISSION – 7.5 W – *7 / 6 The Tigers’ 7-year bowl streak came to an end last season. The culprit was the Tigers’ shoddy 5-7 mark ‘In The Stats’ (ITS) as they now stand 10-13 ITS in all games under Ryan Silverfield, including 2-7 away. This pales in comparison to the 34-20 ITS mark in the Mike Norvell years from 2016-2019. Thus, you can see where erosion is occurring. Despite seniors making 145 of the 260 overall team starts last season, they will line up with a good amount of returning experience this season. With four of its first five games this campaign against foes with losing records in 2021, a fast start is imperative if Memphis is to revisit the alleys this season. PLAY AGAINST: at Mississippi State (9/3) – *KEY STAT YOU WILL LIKE: The Tigers are 0-9 ATS away under head coach Ryan Silverfield. SMU – 50 LASHES – 7 W – *6 / 7 New head coach Rhett Lashlee led what should have been a mess of a Miami offense to a top-50 rank in points-per-drive last season while developing young star Tyler Van Dyke in the process. His reward was landing the top spot with an SMU squad that has gone 25-10 the past three seasons under Sonny Dykes, who now takes over the reins at TCU – an hour down I-30 in Dallas. Lashlee was a quarterback at Arkansas from 2002-05 where the Hogs won 23 games and played in two bowl games. He’s worked under Gus Malzahn for a good portion of his college coaching career and looks to be a good fit for the Ponies. PLAY ON: at Tulsa (10/29) STAT YOU WILL LIKE: The Mustangs are 10-2 ATS at home versus greater than .600 opponents the past five seasons. read more: https://www.wagertalk.com/news/college-football/2022-aac-football-betting-preview-marc-lawrences-playbook/
  7. Time flies like a football for the Drummond family! Youngest son Todd Drummond, who turned 18 in early June, just made one of the biggest decisions of his life — he's decided on a college football career at the University of South Dakota. He announced in a tweet, tagging the South Dakota Coyotes football team, that he's committed his football prowess to the powerhouse team. Todd has been the quarterback for his Pawhuska, Ohio football team since his brother Bryce Drummond went off to play for North Texas. Though Bryce was a quarterback in high school, he's changed his position to linebacker for North Texas. The South Dakota Coyotes are an NCAA Division 1 team in the Missouri Valley Football Conference (per 247Sports). Todd will start his first season for South Dakota in the fall of 2023 under head coach Bob Nielson. Read More: https://www.mashed.com/912365/ree-drummonds-son-todd-just-made-a-major-decision/?utm_campaign=clip
  8. North Texas' Seth Littrell, Texas State'sJake Spavital and Rice's Mike Bloomgren enter 2022 on the college football coaching hot seat. Three of the 12 FBS coaches in the state of Texas arguably face a make-or-break season at their respective universities. Seth Littrell, North Texas Record: 37-38 (7th season) Best case: It’ll take another bowl berth for North Texas to feel good about the direction of the program as it heads to the AAC following the season. A winning record likely guarantees a chance for Littrell to lead the Mean Green into their next athletic chapter. New additions offensively could elevate North Texas’ offense back to the Mason Fine era. Worst case: The back-to-back nine-win seasons feel like a lifetime ago for Littrell and North Texas. The road only gets tougher in the coming years with a move to the AAC happening next season. Losses on defense – specifically KD Davis and the Murphy twins – return the unit to the basement of Conference USA while the offensive additions don’t make instant impacts. read more: https://www.texasfootball.com/article/2022/06/23/three-fbs-college-football-coaches-enter-the-2022-season-on-the-hot-seat?ref=related_thumb
  9. Here’s a look at the six newcomers: ▪ Phillip Houston, a 6-5, 270-pound offensive tackle, arrives from Navarro Community College in Texas. ▪ Jamarrion Solomon, a 5-11, 270-pound defensive tackle, is a freshman from Miami Palmetto. He will rejoin another former Palmetto defensive tackle, Savion Collins, who is an FIU veteran. “(Solomon) is dominant – quick and athletic,” MacIntyre said. “He plays with good leverage and is put together like a 25-year-old.” ▪ Luke Knox, a 6-3, 240-pound outside linebacker, spent the past four years at Ole Miss, making two starts in 2019. He was switched to tight end last year, but MacIntyre wants him on defense. His older brother is Buffalo Bills starting tight end Dawson Knox. read more: https://amp.miamiherald.com/sports/college/conference-usa/florida-international-university/article262967983.html
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