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Everything posted by Jonnyeagle

  1. If so I say good riddance. Never been a huge fan of it anyhow. Always seems pretty scripted and many of the best players end up sitting out for contact anyway. And of course here with Littrell everything is top secret and closed like they were going over nuclear codes so very little access given anyway.
  2. I mean we have surpassed Rice and they used to be in the SWC so there's that.
  3. Cry me a river. I still say UTSA has the much harder schedule. they have Houston, Army, Texas, WKU, UAB, Tech UTEP. The only easy games they have are TSU, Rice, FIU and us.
  4. Is now a high school DL coach in El Reno Oklahoma. Dude was a beast along with AA and Booger back in the day. Man what a trio those three were!
  5. I like his film. I think he might be able to help us.
  6. Commits to Washington. https://www.si.com/college/washington/recruiting/bay-area-jc-edge-rusher-commits-to-huskies
  7. A native of Fresno, Texas, Neville heads to UNT after entering his name into the NCAA transfer portal on April 29. Out of Hightower High School in Missouri City, Texas, Neville was rated 3-stars, the No. 96 Lone Star State product, No. 104 wide receiver and No. 664 prospect overall nationally in the class of 2021 on the 247Sports Composite. Neville chose Nebraska over 42 other scholarship offers, including Alabama, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Texas A&M. According to his Nebraska bio, Neville did not play in 2021, which allows him to take a redshirt. He will be immediately eligible at North Texas and able to play 4 seasons. Read more: https://saturdaytradition.com/nebraska-football/latrell-neville-ex-nebraska-wr-announces-transfer-commitment/
  8. Good point. I hadn't noticed it until you pointed it out but it does appear that they dropped the ball on such a magnificent finish.
  9. I do agree that they threw Ruder in too quickly last year. It really hampered his development.
  10. The new conference will have some damn good coaches we will have to compete against not only on the field but also in recruiting. Need to bring our A game. The AAC will be undergoing a dramatic makeover following the 2022 football season, as three of its premier football brands -- Cincinnati, Houston and UCF -- are set to depart for the Big 12. The exit of those three will coincide with the arrival of Charlotte, Florida Atlantic, North Texas, UTSA, Rice and UAB from Conference USA. Collectively, the makeover will change the dynamics of the league, which has stood out in recent years from its Group of Five peers for success on the gridiron. As the transition transpires, a void for coaching leadership within the conference will emerge. Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell, UCF's Gus Malzahn and Houston's Dana Holgorsen are each big names in the profession. The hole created by their absences could allow a new coach such as Jeff Traylor of UTSA, Bill Clark at UAB or Willie Taggart at FAU to come in and claim some early clout. Before we get to the future of the AAC, though, there is still one more season to go under the league's current configuration, and it will be coached by a mostly familiar group of men. Stan Drayton is in for Rod Carey at Temple and Rhett Lashlee has replaced Sonny Dykes at SMU, but the other nine coaches are familiar faces returning to the league. read more: https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/five-veteran-college-football-quarterbacks-poised-to-make-kenny-pickett-like-leap-in-2022-season/
  11. We have an NIL program you dill! It's called ParamoUNT: https://www.teamworks.com/blog/north-texas-launches-nil-program-paramount-in-partnership-with-inflcr-verified
  12. Offense QB - Gunnels RB - Oscar WR - Jyaire WR - Tommy WR - Burns TE - Jake LT - Brown LG - Gabe C - Manase RG - Daizion RT - Kaci Defense DE - Trieb NT - Rod DT - Enoch Mike LB - KD Will LB - Kevin Wood Eagle LB - Faulkner Devil LB - Carson Kropp CB - John Davis S - Keelan Crosby S - Gaddie CB - Whitlock Punter - Bernardo Kicker - Mooney
  13. Gunnell’s is a whole different level guy. He started at Arizona as a true sophomore. This is a big pickup for Seth.
  14. I had the same thought, however after researching some of the Memphis sites, it was apparent that Gunnell looked very good in the spring. I think he would have been welcomed back with open arms by Memphis. They just have a very good QB in Hennegan and Gunnell’s saw UNT as a place he could start right away.
  15. Huge addition! Love that he is big and has a big arm. This could change everything as QB has been our issue. This has to mean someone is the odd man out. We all know Aune is not going anywhere. I’m guessing JD Head or Ruder may be packing up their bags.
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