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  1. I know some of you don’t want to hear this but we are not very good right now.
  2. Absolutely. He is the one that hired the DC and he will have to live or die by him.
  3. This is a 4-5 win team at best with the current defensive personnel.
  4. Anyone have an idea of UNT's athletic fee percentage and amount? It would be interesting to compare it to the above. I think with the magnifying glass being put on the rising tuition and value of a degree versus cost you will see more of this happening.
  5. Well we do have student fees and other sources of revenue that are fairly solid and should go on for some time. It just seems like if other schools are utilizing the general fund we should be able to do that as well. I am and never said that I want us to go into debt but you typically don't pay cash for 40-50 million dollar projects.
  6. Look we all get that you and your University are benefiting from all this. You rub it in our faces on a daily basis. And let me be clear, I do get your anger over receiving the death penalty. I thought that was extremely unfair and still do to this day. But surely you do not believe that it is for the good of the game to have success based on solely financial metrics. There is no oversight, and just by virtue of being a private school alone gives you a huge advantage as things stand today because you are not required to open up your books like the rest of us. We have close to 50K students and yet we can't leverage that in the current scenario but you have a couple billionaires and that alone gives you the right to field a better squad? It's a travesty, it is obscene and you know it is. The game as we know it will soon become a shadow of what it was unless the governments gets involved with legislation quickly.
  7. Arizona did it according to this ESPN article. This could help us pay for the athletic center and new basketball arena. It could also help with NIL once the NCAA moves it back into the athletic department. LINK: https://www.espn.com/college-sports/story/_/id/39557409/arizona-hire-ad-desiree-reed-francois-amid-budget-woes
  8. Just looking at the roster, it appears that without Jason we are a pretty ho-hum squad in terms of a very competitive AAC. Robert Allen is graduated and Aaron while still a good player seems to have regressed as the season went on. Don't get me wrong, I still think we have a fighters chance in the tourney but we will be lucky to get a 5 or 6 seeding as our losses have stacked up. God forbid if Jason gets hurt. Seems like replacing Allen who has improved has to be a key in the offseason.
  9. I feel like we have given good effort. SMU is a very good team.
  10. TULSA – The UNT men’s basketball team held Tulsa to a season low scoring output on Wednesday at the Reynolds Center as they beat the Golden Hurricane 68-55 on the road still without starting guards Rubin Jones and CJ Noland North Texas (13-9, 6-4) was led in scoring by Aaron Scott who poured in 18 points and had 10 rebounds in the road victory. It’s his third double-double of the year. The Mean Green forced 16 Tulsa (12-10, 3-7) turnovers Wednesday. UNT’s John Buggs III had a career-high three steals. “I’m so proud of the guys,” said head coach Ross Hodge. “Tulsa is really well coached and is really good at home. I thought we stuck together as a team and executed the game plan at a high level.” With Wednesday’s win, Jones becomes the Mean Green all-time winningest four-year player with 87 career victories. He surpassed 2011 seniors Kendrick Hogans, Tristan Thompson and Josh White. North Texas is off until Sunday when they travel to Dallas to face SMU at 1 p.m. CT. The game will be broadcast on ESPNU and the Mean Green Sports Network, presented by Learfield. UNT beat the Mustangs in Denton, 68-66, on Jan. 25. For more information on UNT men's basketball tickets, contact the Mean Green Ticket Office at 940-565-2527 or at ticketoffice@unt.edu. Fans can visit the UNT Athletics Ticket Office located at Gate 2 of DATCU Stadium between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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  12. Free throw shooting is on Ross!!
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