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  1. So are these type of results acceptable to you?
  2. This guy is a smooth operator. He got a 300K raise, moved to a better conference and he never even had to hire a football coach? The truth is, he left us in a mess with Littrell as he didn't get that situation dealt with in a timely fashion one way or another. Now poor Jared or whomever takes over the gig will have to clean up the mess. Also, what about Jalie, the golf coach and many other issues that stay behind? I agree that Wren did a good job in some areas like getting us into the AAC and hiring McCasland, but some of you are acting like he was Jesus Christ and I just don't see it that way myself. He could have dealt with some of these issues and made the move to WVU in a week or so.
  3. No offense but why West Virginia? That place is a damn hell hole. Am I the only one thinking Wren is making a huge mistake?
  4. Maybe one reason is we want the program to be the best it can be? You obviously are satisfied with mediocrity and don't see us being any better.
  5. NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The North Texas men’s basketball team outscored Long Beach State by 20 points in the second half in route to a 68-47 victory in the semifinals of the Baha Mar Nassau Championship Saturday afternoon. UNT (5-1) will face reigning CBI champion UNC Wilmington (4-3) in the finals on Sunday at 7 p.m. CT from the Baha Mar Convention Center in Nassau, Bahamas. The game will be broadcast on FloSports and the Mean Green Sports Network, presented by Learfield on the Varsity Network App. “(Long Beach State’s) pressure got to us early,” said head coach Grant McCasland. “We got a little sideways in the first half. But the advantage really started going our way when Abou (Ousmane) started getting buckets around the rim.” North Texas trailed by nine points — its greatest deficit — with less than four minutes left in the first half. From there on out, LBSU scored just 19 points for the remaining of the game and UNT ended the first half on a 10-0 run to take a one-point advantage into the half. The Beach (3-3) entered Saturday’s game averaging over 73 points per game. The 47 points they were held to by the Mean Green is the fewest points they’ve scored in a game since San Diego State held them to 47 last season in a 72-47 defeat. North Texas on Saturday was led by newcomer Kai Huntsberry who scored a season-high 22 points and had five assists. Right behind Huntsberry was Abou Ousmane who finished with 20 points on 7-of-10 shooting. Ousmane’s performance comes on the heel of being held to just two points on Friday in the Mean Green’s 69-54 victory over San Jose State in the first round. North Texas on Sunday will face a UNCW squad who won the 2022 CBI championship last season. UNT won the 2018 CBI title in McCasland’s first season at the helm of the Mean Green. How to Watch: STREAMING: Watch the 2022 Men's Baha Mar Hoops Championship on FloHoops. SIGN UP HERE. On Your TV: Now Available on Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast & Apple TV. Cast: Cast to your smart TV including Vizio, Samsung and LG TVs. On The Go: Download the FloSports app on iOS or Android.
  6. Nope, we are here. You are a lowly nUTSAck squatter here.
  7. Weather looks great at kickoff @greenjoe
  8. We will beat Rice most assuredly. Just wondering if the decision for Littrell comes before or after the bowl game and what are the advantages/disadvantages of either?
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