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  1. I'll just echo what others have said: 95.3 FM broadcast is incredibly weak. I listened to the pregame show on my way home from Southlake (to Oak Cliff) last night and multiple times it lost connection or switched to another radio station occupying the same airwaves. Really disappointing quality... I'll also mention, it took quite some time to find. I first listened to KNTU, then tried all of the local sports stations, then finally manually went through each frequency until I finally found it. Not a good user experience at all.
  2. No. Absolutely not. Scott Frost has only had ONE winning season, though it was a VERY good one. The other 6 seasons he's been a head coach, he's had a losing record. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Frost#Head_coaching_record) The sample size is big now, he's not a head coach worth hiring. It's worth mentioning too, that the 2017 season likely wasn't even with his own recruits. Absolutely not interesting in Scott Frost.
  3. The cameras were really pathetic. Each one had different exposure. What appeared to be the "middle" camera had a dirty lens the whole game and was just by far the worst quality of the 3. It was honestly sometimes difficult the track the football when it was being thrown through the air the compression was that bad.
  4. It started in 2017, even though we won 9 games, many were by the skin of our teeth. Same thing in 2018. Since then, we haven't gotten the lucky breaks, and at best we are a .500 team. The sample size is pretty big now, there's no more excuses. Littrell must go.
  5. Saw several posts leading up to this game about how we hadn't heard much from the promotions department for this game. Obviously now, we know why. You don't waste your political capital trying to get the public to come watch a bad team. There's little point in hyping or promoting a team you don't believe will do well. Unfortunate, but if you hadn't learned your lesson prior to this game, I'm sure you have now. On another subject, Littrell obviously has proven he can't compete in the AAC. 1 win against AAC opponents in his 6 years. At this point, I don't care if we win the CUSA championship. It doesn't matter, because we've proven we can't compete in the AAC. Time to cut the loses and move on. Thank you and goodnight.
  6. Totally half-assed and an utter disappointment. One "bar" with only 3 types of beer, and a few liquors for very basic mixed drinks. You can't even leave the area with a mixed drink. Honestly, why bother? Was this an idea that was hatched on August 20th or something? Extremely poor execution and an embarrassment to the game day experience.
  7. Opening game attendance, during the Seth Littrell Era: 2016: 24,718 (vs SMU) 2017: 19,592 (vs Lamar) 2018: 29,519 (vs SMU) 2019: 23,057 (vs Abilene Christian) 2020: 7,611 (vs Houston Baptist) 2021: 18,716 (vs Northwestern State) I predict somewhere around 23,000... There's been lots of talk about freshman going home during Labor Day... It's true. Why? Not sure. It's just what they do!
  8. Only 4 seniors starting on Offense/Defense... Pretty young team.
  9. @BigGameBoomer is the clickbait/Buzzfeed of College Football Twitter
  10. I played ice hockey in high school (2010 graduate) and am consistently amazed at how difficult it is to get ice at a decent time. I 100% agree with @MrAlien that it could be used by community leagues/recreation/figure skating/etc during off-hours and potentially make some money. Would ice hockey make the most sense for the next school sponsored sport at North Texas? Maybe. I think it makes about as much sense as adding a baseball team. There's less regional teams to compete with and it's more exciting to watch, plus, as mentioned previously in the thread, there is quite a bit of legitimate talent in the area. It would be unique and might help blaze the path for other southwestern schools to sponsor a team.
  11. Sorry, but this is a horrible website. Who is approving this? Absolute walls of text. Outdated information. Links that don't go to the appropriate place. (YouTube button takes you to a 2019 YouTube football playlist, "Coaching Staff" navigation doesn't properly take you to the coaching staff) And, there's hardly any information about the camps themselves. The images are oddly overly sharpened and the text has large black outlines that look outdated. Also, we is there a specific domain name for seemingly everything football related? Who would know to go to coachlittrellcamps.com? Why isn't it just part of meangreensports.com?
  12. I mean, I like the concept, but the furniture at least looks extremely dated already. I'm sure it's functional though, and certainly nice for their players to have. It just doesn't have the "WOW" factor that you often see with college facilities.
  13. We have to change strength and conditioning coaches.
  14. Uh, yes, a Baseball stadium could be financed via debt, but that is just a portion of the overall cost for running a baseball program on a yearly basis. The rest of the funding wouldn't appear out of thin air unfortunately. J'Powell is not an alum. My point is that they're not mutually exclusive... They are going to have very different avenues of funding, and if the donors step up in the right way, both could be done concurrently. But I just don't see that as likely to happen.
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