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  1. Found this on the CUSA site and thought you fellas would be interested: https://www.houstonchronicle.com/texas-s...576420.php
  2. The Big 10 is back and now even the Pac 12 and MWC are thinking about it -- , does this force ODU to call Judy with hat in hand?
  3. Interesting looks like Rice and UAB are at a higher level than the rest. Of course rankings can be subjective. 16 Rice 153 UAB 187 FIU 227 Charlotte 249 North Texas 258 ODU 272 FAU 284 Marshall 298-389 LA Tech 298-389 MTSU 298-389 WKU 298-389 USM 298-389 UTEP 298-389 UTSA https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges
  4. ACC men's basketball coaches are proposing an expanded 2021 NCAA tournament that would include every Division I team. "I am so proud to stand UNITED with every coach in the ACC in the belief that every Division I college basketball program should be allowed to participate in the NCAA Tournament this year!" Forbes tweeted. "This is what's best for our student-athletes, fans and the sport of college basketball. It will incentivize everyone that loves and cares about our great sport during these unprecedented times, and it will provide a safe environment for all to participate in. LET'S GET TH
  5. https://conferenceusa.com/news/2020/8/28...edule.aspx No NFL Network games this season. CBSSN took more games than usual. Here's the specifics for North Texas. Looks like they are trying to avoid the night time. CONFERENCE USA Football Schedule for 2020 Conference USA has announced its initial broadcast schedule for the 2020 football season, featuring nationally aired broadcasts by the league's primary partners. Every C-USA football game is expected to be available on traditional linear television or via streaming. All but one of North Texas' 11 scheduled games are listed below,
  6. OL Chandler Anthony elected the transfer portal. As a graduate transfer he is eligible to play right away.
  7. https://www.pilotonline.com/sports/colle...story.html A lot of really sad stuff here. including these things: - CUSA will give members about $1 million less than years past - Conference membership decisions need to be made” to reduce expenses and missed class time while generating more fan interest - All schools must be prepared for partial or total interruption of the 2020 football season.” - Losing the NCAA tournament resulted in a loss of $867 million Tough times for all I'm afraid.
  8. I know North Texas got the regular season Men's Basketball Title, and Rice got the Women's basketball title. But, what about baseball, softball, golf, ....? There isn't much to go on. Maybe the conference will just not declare champions for the majority of the spring sports.
  9. Thought you guys may want to cheer on a fellow conference mate over the holiday. All times are Central Standard Time. View Full Article
  10. The first details of the athletics master plan, due first quarter next year, were revealed at this week's Board of Trustees meeting: Highlights: - Charlotte will add Women's Lacrosse (2nd Title IX offset program for football). - New Soccer/Lacrosse stadium will be built at the current soccer practice field west of TransAmerica Field. - Wells Fargo Fieldhouse will be expanded with dedicated offices locker rooms for each sport supported there (M/W Soccer, Lacrosse, M/W T&F, Softball. - New offices and locker rooms for Baseball at Hayes Stadium. Jacob Baum (JacobBaum_) The Tr
  11. https://sports.yahoo.com/sources-old-dom...22462.html Coordinator at Penn State. Solid hire from a legit program. Conference is really bringing in some top notch coaches from quality high profile programs. Big improvements over what we have had in the past.
  12. https://www.news4jax.com/sports/2019/12/...l-program/ JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jacksonville University will no longer play football and will discontinue its Division I program, effective immediately, the university announced Tuesday. The university cited “a data-driven analysis” as the reason for the major changes to the athletics program. “This was a difficult decision,” Athletic Director Alex Ricker-Gilbert said in a release announcing the change. “Our student-athletes and coaches in the football program are talented, tenacious and hard working. We respect them immensely. Reinvesting thes
  13. https://www.pilotonline.com/sports/colle...story.html He was such a good coach. Sad day for Monarch fans.
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