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  1. Meanwhile in North Texas, Ryan Woolridge was preparing for a grad transfer senior season at a mid-level, major conference school. He had narrowed his choices to Minnesota, Oklahoma State or Arkansas but first he had to recover from two screws being inserted in his kneecap to correct a stress fracture. Gonzaga previously contacted Woolridge about possibly transferring, but then told him they’d decided to go in a different direction. When Gonzaga contacted him again in June, he said it was just in time. If they had waited another week, he’d have committed elsewhere. A trip to Spokane with his parents to meet the coaching staff, the players and tour the facility changed his future. A few days later, he was a Bulldog. Read more: https://www.slipperstillfits.com/2020/4/12/21218066/gonzaga-basketball-farewell-ryan-woolridge
  2. When will North Texas Sportz resume?
  3. There's lots of potential there, probably more than ever but other than Darden, there is not one in the group to yet be the equivalent of Jaylen or Rico. Jyaire could be the next one.
  4. I've watched this kid - he's a freak of nature. Seriously like Tony Mitchell level raw talent that needs to be refined. My guess is he lands on the 40 acres following his daddy and uncle's footsteps.
  5. That's good to hear. He is just 19 so it will be interesting to see how he develops. Geu leaves some big shoes to fill.
  6. The former Odessa College basketball standout followed up leading the Wranglers to a Western Junior College Athletic Conference regular season title as a sophomore in 2018-19 by helping North Texas win a conference title of its own a year later in Conference USA. It was the first title for the Mean Green program in 31 seasons. Reese said that he knew early on that the team could be in line for some special achievements. “Our coaches put us in a great position as a team,” Reese said. “We had great players 1 through 14 that worked hard every day in practice and bought in to what the coaches told us.” Like his time at Odessa College, Reese played an integral part in the Mean Green’s success by starting all 31 games. What was different during this past season in Denton was the way he got that done. Unlike his one season with the Wranglers, the junior guard from Eastover, South Carolina, was not the top scoring option on his team. Read more: https://www.oaoa.com/sports/article_e82ab28e-76bc-11ea-840b-a37d50ad660e.html
  7. https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/recruits/abou-ousmane-2020
  8. 😥Sad note that Mo is a double North Texas legacy as both his daddy and uncle played football here.
  9. UNT belongs in the AAC. We are more deserving than schools like Tulsa. I just don’t think SMU will allow us to join. So we need a plan B.
  10. North Texas will see their recruiting skyrocket as many top recruits are wanting to stay closer to home with the virus.
  11. Local DFW and state of Texas talent will decide to stay closer to home due to this virus and it’s impact. Their parents will also press them to stay close. Let’s hope UNT takes advantage of this and stocks up. This should be a CLEAR advantage for UNT in all sports going forward.
  12. I know the NCAA guidelines laid out that you can use the Student-Athlete Assistance Fund to help with some of those Spring scholarship players that are coming back. What does that fund look like for UNT? And how much do you foresee having to dip into that to maybe help out with some scholarships? I worry that we will have increased scholarship costs with the additional year of eligibility given to the spring sports at UNT. Can we donate the money that we need? It seems like the schools who can do this or have the budget will do better.
  13. All fine and good but every Belt team would join CUSA and not one CUSA would join Belch. So no they aren’t the same and never will be.
  14. Looks like they are targeting the right guys. Just need to keep grinding.
  15. I have no worries in regards to Mccaslands ability to land quality talent year in year out. Same for Coach Jon Hedlund and Coach Rodney. I wish I could say the same for other programs *cough*
  16. Who do you Predict the next UNT QB will be?
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