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MeanGreenGlory last won the day on June 2 2016

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  1. Out of curiosity (because I genuinely have no idea), who are a few examples of active, highly successful head coaches that call their own games from the sideline?
  2. "...we were told that they want to hit transfers hard. Whether that means junior college, graduate transfers, or transfer portal players, the Mean Green will be tossing their hat into the circle for a lot of players who can step in and play immediately." Source: https://247sports.com/college/north-texas/Article/Mike-Bloesch-Tate-Willis-hired-on-North-Texas-Mean-Green-football-on-offensive-staff-Marty-Biagi-departs-142339252/ It'll be interesting to see who we pull in to play immediately.
  3. Why would Clint Bowen be a solid hire? I get that KU is a "hard place to win." But KU's record during his most recent stint as a DC is flat out bad: 2014: 3-9 2015: 0-12 2016: 2-10 2017: 1-11 2018: 3-9 2019: 3-9 If defense wins championships...those seasons indicate defense wasn't much of a strength...
  4. There were a handful of concerns going into last night, but I expected our offense to be potent enough to win in a shootout. Instead, SMU contained us and we struggled to get anything going. After losing the game, I flipped over to the USC vs. Stanford game only to find USC playing a freshman QB and creating matchups that the favored Stanford's Defense couldn’t control. USC’s offense looked like our offense last year, and they rolled on to upset Stanford and go 2-0. If Graham we’re still here, I think we would have walked away with a W in Dallas last nigh
  5. Does anyone have a link to public plans/images of what the new locker room will look like once the renovation is complete? I'm interested in seeing the new design and features.
  6. After recent years in North Texas football, I'm ready for the new era too! Congrats to this staff for great work thus far. #GMG
  7. Then do more to put yourself in a situation where you won't be laughed at. That's your job - that's what you're supposed to be working on every day.
  8. His top four list was just tweeted. It's nice to see us listed as a serious contender against those other three schools. Go Mean Green!
  9. There are many similarities that can be drawn between EMU and UNT. It is a school that has traditionally struggled in football and sits in the middle of the Big Ten conference. It's right down the road from two powerhouse programs in Michigan and Michigan State, but it shares a conference with two other G5 Michigan schools (Western Michigan University and Central Michigan University). When EMU hired a new coach a few years ago, they took the UNT90 route and hired a winning coach who had been wildly successful in schools without many resources. Chris Creighton had been a head coach at three
  10. I think we have a pretty good idea of what Littrell will do with the offense given his play calling history and the Texas Tech guys he's bringing in. The defense side of things is more of a mystery because Littrell doesn't have history running one and Ekeler has only been a Co-DC for two seasons so we don't know how much of a role he played in designing it. Littrell and Ekeler both spent two years at Indiana, but they only spent one year coaching together. Littrell was the Co-OC for the 2012 and 2013 seasons whereas Ekeler was the Co-DC for the 2011 and 2012 seasons. 2011 IU Football Team (1
  11. These comments are the kind that make me believe Littrell will be more successful here than McCarney. It never seemed like the last regime had this type of outlook. Mac had his system and was going to run it whether he had the players for it or not. If Littrell is able to tweak his system to best fit the personnel we currently have on the roster, I think a turnaround will happen sooner than many think.
  12. "CF.C HAS CONFIRMED FootballScoop.com's report that first-year outside wide receivers coach Graham Harrell is leaving Washington State. Harrell is becoming the offensive coordinator at North Texas, the source told CF.C" Link: http://www.scout.com/college/washington-state/story/1621775-source-wsu-s-graham-harrell-going-south?hootPostID=4fcd1559917bc5705e70864e2f673e18
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