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Jonnyeagle

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  1. How about trying to lure a coach from the NFL like Herm Edward’s?
  2. This has some possibilities for me but they would be older.
  3. If we are being honest with ourselves why would North Carolina let Ruder go if he were that great? Same with why did Chad Morris let Aune leave Arkansas? Why were we the only D1 team to offer Cason?
  4. Who is the best FCS head coach out there? What about Keeler at Sammy State?
  5. Tells me that the team still stands behind Littrell and they have not given up. I don’t expect a winner just give me a little effort and don’t give up until the end of the game. I hope to see this trend continue into next game and the remainder of the season. If Littrell can show improvement as the season progresses I can see us getting behind him for another season.
  6. Drummond should be given his chance as well. And what if the youngster from Kentucky?
  7. ABQ is a great place to visit for sure and it took some of the pain of losing so badly away. I was impressed with New Mexico University and the facilities.
  8. Don’t smdisagree with anything said here. Perhaps Seth and Wren could emulate what Sonny is doing with SMU?
  9. Sadly I think we have to stick with him for the rest of the year as we owe him too much money.
  10. Could this come down to which school has the money to pay exit fees or not? With Covid times are tougher to write big ole check you know what I’m saying?
  11. Yes bad timing. It would be funny if we ended up in the Southland which is where we started this journey from.
  12. My biggest worry about the Mountain West is it would be a very tough league for us to win in basketball.
  13. Could the Big 12 add beyond Memphis and Boise State? Other than Memphis and Boise State being next in line, look for visits and/or discussions to take place with Tulane, SMU and possibly even Southern Mississippi. Sources say there's a method to this madness and while on the surface many won't see or understand the appeal, ESPN will have its hand in which teams would be added. Despite animosity or legal maneuvering, the Big 12, Texas, OU, SEC and ESPN will need in some way to work together to make this happen sooner rather than later. Don't overlook Texas wanting to make it feel or look like they have something on the Big 12, but bottom line is that Texas has all the money to spend and will spend it if it comes down to being the last hurdle. read more: https://sicem365.com/s/10554/big-12-expansion-update-texas-oklahomas-exit-fees-pac-12-vs-big-12
  14. You read my mind man. Absolutely think CUSA should add Liberty and maybe another couple of the better Sun Belt programs.
  15. I would like to hear from many of the posters on this site.
  16. No problem coach Inwill let everyone know they are out! See that wasn’t so complicated!
  17. DENTON, Texas – Vice President and Director of Athletics Wren Baker announced the addition of Jessie Gardner as North Texas’ new Senior Associate Athletics Director for Leadership and Personal Brand Development Friday. Gardner comes to UNT after serving the last seven-plus years as Assistant Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Enhancement at Alabama. While in Tuscaloosa, she created the D.R.I.V.E. For Success Career & Leadership Development program in 2014. She oversaw total operation of the program, and in 2015, added direction of the Life Skills & Community Outreach initiatives. "We are thrilled to welcome Jessie to the Mean Green Family,” Baker said. “She is a skilled leader, with a strong belief in the holistic growth and development of student-athletes. Her addition will allow us to continue to move forward our mission of Building Champions and Preparing Leaders.” Gardner was also responsible for the design, coordination, and implementation of the Emerging Tide Leaders Academy. She also led in the organization and execution of all efforts related to the annual Alabama Athletics achievement show. Additionally, she served as the primary advisor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. “I am honored and excited to join the Mean Green and I want to thank Wren Baker, Jared Mosley and Natasha Oakes for this incredible opportunity. The mission of Building Champions and Preparing Leaders is evident in every aspect of UNT’s operations, and I look forward to working with the student-athletes, coaches, and staff. I am thrilled to support the Mean Green’s future success!” Gardner began her career in collegiate athletics as Life Skills Coordinator at Nebraska from 2011-14. A former soccer student-athlete and three-time graduate of UCF, she earned two Master’s degrees through the DeVos Sports Business Management program after completing her undergraduate degree in Orlando. Gardner fills the newly created role of Senior Associate AD for Leadership and Personal Brand Development. Responsibilities of the position include supporting and fostering personal, social and professional growth for the more than 350 student-athletes at UNT. The position is also charged with overseeing, enhancing and continually creating leadership development programming for student-athletes and staff.
  18. Yes but warts can be removed. He’s learned a lot since his stint here andnI for one think he will make a great HC one day. OC at USC is no small feat I’ll have you know.
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