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  1. BOCA RATON, Fla. — Western Kentucky sixth-year senior quarterback Brandon Doughty said he's "Grandpa Brandon" around the program. Senior linebacker Nick Holt joked that Doughty has been in college for 20 years. Doughty said it feels more "like 36 years." But this year is Doughty's final go-around – for real this time. "WKU is on the up and coming right now, and I'm really excited to see where our program goes after I leave this place," Doughty said Wednesday at Conference USA Football Media Day at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. "Hopefully I leave. I promise this is the last one." Opposing coaches and players are glad this is truly the last year for Doughty, too. Last season's league MVP and this season's preseason offensive player of the year is back for one more run after receiving a medical hardship waiver from the NCAA in December, stemming from two season-ending knee injuries earlier in his career. After leading the nation in passing yards and touchdowns last year, Doughty figures to be a nightmare for the competition again. "They've got a quarterback who could play for the majority of the teams in the country, if not all of them," North Texas coach Dan McCarney said. "He's that good. I've been on teams with Heisman Trophy winners. I've coached against Heisman Trophy winners. You know when really outstanding, special guys are there." read more: http://www.bgdailynews.com/sports/wku/c-usa-coaches-heap-praise-on-doughty-wku-offense/article_e4bf632e-e928-51fd-b9d7-fd47abf798f2.html
  2. North Texas 2014 record: 4-8 (2-6) 2015 media predicted finish: Fifth Explanation: Until North Texas has a quarterback who can complete more than a few passes a game, the Mean Green will hold a place near the bottom of the division. The schedule isn't friendly, either. North Texas got rewarded with games against Marshall and Middle Tennessee from the East. UTSA 2014 record: 4-8 (3-5) 2015 media predicted finish: Sixth Explanation: 2014 was supposed to be the year for UTSA with one of the nation's most experienced teams. Injuries and inconsistent play led to a disappointing finish, and now 32 players (16 starters) are gone. It appears the Roadrunners are in rebuilding mode. Plus, non-conference games against Arizona State, Kansas State, Oklahoma State and Colorado State hardly help. Good luck with that schedule. read more: http://www.thenewsstar.com/story/on-the-sidelines/2015/07/15/explaining-selections-for-c-usa-preseason-poll/30175997/
  3. Single-game tickets for Tennessee football have been on sale for only two weeks, but the Vols have effectively sold out their two most highly anticipated home games. According to Chris Fuller, Tennessee's associate athletic director for external operations, the Vols have sold 5,653 single-game tickets for their Sept. 12 home opener at Neyland Stadium against perennial Big 12 power Oklahoma and 5,574 single-game tickets for their Oct. 10 home game against SEC East favorite Georgia. A single-game ticket for Oklahoma was $105 with Georgia at $90. The Vols have sold about 64,000 season tickets, Fuller said, and allocated a total of 66,627, including complimentary tickets. They also allocate about 11,000 tickets for students, a varying number of tickets for opponents, player and coach guests, the band and other groups. Fuller said those allocations combined take up about 95,000 seats in 102,455-seat Neyland Stadium, and about 2,000 more are saved for additional season-ticket purchase and other considerations, leaving around 5,700 for single-game tickets. Tickets are available for the other five games at Neyland Stadium, but they are selling quickly. So far, Fuller said, 3,831 tickets have been sold for the Sept. 19 home game against Western Carolina. The Vols have sold 3,490 tickets for the Oct. 3 home game against Arkansas and 4,315 for the Nov. 7 game against South Carolina. They have sold 2,032 tickets for the Nov. 28 game against in-state rival Vanderbilt. The only game that is lagging is the Nov. 14 home game against North Texas, a non-league game against a small-conference opponent deep into the season. Fuller expects ticket sales will pick up, however, because that is the homecoming game, and he believes the rest of the SEC games will be sellouts or close to it. Read more: http://www.knoxnews.com/govolsxtra/football/ut-says-oklahoma-georgia-are-effectively-sold-out_82189530
  4. Skip Holtz sat at his designated Conference USA Media Day table last year in Dallas for what amounted to be a standard, ho-hum business trip. Holtz, entering his second season as Louisiana Tech’s head coach at the time, was hardly the focus. Sure, he did a local TV segment where he playfully interviewed running back Kenneth Dixon and linebacker Tony Johnson, but other than that, not much attention was thrown the Bulldogs’ way. Coming off a 4-8 season at the time, there wasn’t a particular reason for a spotlight. Plus, C-USA coaches predicted Tech to finish fourth in the West. They did advise Tech could be a team on the rise, but no one thought the Bulldogs’ season would play out as it did. This time around, Tech is now the team to beat in the West and is a program that will likely draw plenty of air time Wednesday at media day with Florida transfer quarterback Jeff Driskel along for the ride. “We felt like we had some pieces that we had a chance to be pretty good (last year) but … You had a lot of question marks and a lot of unknowns,” Holtz said Monday. “The difference between this year and last year? The players are much more comfortable with what we’re doing." Tech (9-5) flew under the radar last year before winning the C-USA West Division championship and nearly upending Marshall for the conference title. The success from 2014, coupled with several key returners on offense and defense, has the Bulldogs as the favorites to repeat. “Just because you have a lot of guys returning doesn’t mean you’re going to be good,” Holtz said. “I really like where the culture of those guys are and the mindset of our football team is and the guys that have played a lot are being leaders. People aren’t sitting back and resting on ‘Hey, we won a bowl game.’” read more: http://www.thenewsstar.com/story/sports/college/louisiana-tech/2015/07/21/year-tech-transforms-unknown-usa-favorite/30493195/
  5. Britton Banowsky’s impact on Conference USA has been well documented during the past 13 years. From bowl tie-ins, cost of attendance and conference realignment, including helping land Louisiana Tech in C-USA in 2013, Banowsky kept the conference afloat during chaotic times across the country. Conference USA presidents will have to find another leader this fall after Banowsky announced Thursday he is stepping down to focus on his charitable background and serve as the executive director of the College Football Playoff Foundation. A decision won’t likely happen until the fall when C-USA Board of Directors meet, but C-USA presidents and athletic directors, like Louisiana Tech athletic director Tommy McClelland, have started to chime in on the future of the league. “You gotta have someone that understands the national landscape and connected nationally at the conference level and certainly at the NCAA level,” McClelland told The News-Star on Thursday night. read more: http://www.thenewsstar.com/story/sports/college/louisiana-tech/2015/07/17/mcclelland-explains-qualities-needed-new-usa-commissioner/30299199/
  6. Editor's note: This is the eighth part of a series looking ahead to Marshall University football opponents in the 2015 season. North Texas visits Marshall on Oct. 24. HUNTINGTON — As the old addge goes, if you have three quarterbacks, you really have none. There are exceptions to the rule in some cases, such as Marshall University two years ago when it had Rakeem Cato and Blake Frohnapfel. North Texas, however, is not Marshall circa 2013. The Mean Green had three quarterbacks get on the field in 2014 and all of them suffered the same fate of inconsistency. The result was a paltry offense that put the defense on the field for too many snaps, which resulted in a broken down team that crumbled to a 4-8 record. Coming off a nine-win season in 2013, that demise was a complete disappointment — so much so that defensive coordinator John Skladany retired following the season. So, as the 2015 season gets started, there is a major cause for uncertainty. The offense will once again likely have Andrew McNulty at quarterback, but he only came in as the third option during the 2014 season after others faltered. In a perfect world, Dajon Williams or a trio of newcomers would' have likely outperformed McNulty and taken the reins to provide a bit more optimism after McNulty was mediocre at best in 2014. McNulty finished 2014 throwing for 1,295 yards with six touchdowns and seven interceptions in 10 games. With the lack of a bona fide quarterback, teams were able to stack the run against the North Texas offensive front, who also is thin as 2015 begins. read more: http://www.herald-dispatch.com/sports/x1311256890/MU-football-opponent-North-Texas-seeking-consistency
  7. As the 2015 football season approaches, we will look at each position on the Mean Green’s roster. UNT’s wide receivers are up today. A look at UNT’s pecking order: Outside Turner Smiley O’Keeron Rutherford Slot Carlos Harris Tee Goree Outside Darvin Kidsy Daniel Khan Tight end Marcus Smith Chris Loving Outlook for the 2015 season: read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2015/07/unt-wide-receiver-breakdown-talent-is-there-for-this-year-and-beyond.html/
  8. The Paul Hornung Award, now in its sixth year, is named for the former Flaget High School, Notre Dame and NFL great who won the 1956 Heisman Trophy. Players can be added to the watch list during the season. A panel of college football experts selects players for the Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll based on performance each week. A national selection committee of 16 sports journalists and former NFL players votes for the Hornung Award finalists and the winner, with fan voting comprising the 17th vote. The winner will be honored at a banquet at the Galt House Hotel in February. Last year's winner was two-way Washington star Shaq Thompson, a linebacker and running back. Here's the full 2015 watch list, according to a release from the Louisville Sports Commission: http://www.courier-journal.com/story/sports/college/louisville/2015/07/06/paul-hornung-award-watch-list/29761589/
  9. North Texas came out of spring practice with a few key spots in its offensive lineup set heading into the 2015 season. Center Kaydon Kirby and wide receiver Carlos Harris have stared for years and aren’t vacating their spots this fall. That doesn’t mean the Mean Green don’t have some questions to answer, though. Andrew McNulty, who started the final six games at quarterback for UNT last season, will battle DaMarcus Smith for the starting job. The JUCO transfer will be eligible in the fall after missing spring practice. While that battle will take center stage, UNT also has questions along it offensive line and at running back, where there is no clear-cut starter. The following is a projection of how UNT will line up when it opens the season at SMU on Sept. 12. LT: Michael Banogu. The senior emerged as a capable replacement last season after four-year starter Antonio Johnson went down with an injury and missed the final two games of the season. He came out of spring practice as a starter. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2015/06/unts-projected-starting-offensive-lineup.html/
  10. Under direct supervision of the Head Basketball Coach, the Director of Basketball Operations is responsible for coordinating all aspects of basketball operations for the University of North Texas basketball team. Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to: * Coordinates all aspects of basketball team travel * Completes all necessary documents to have team travel approved by the Business Office and PPS prior to the season * Submit all necessary bids per the State of Texas and University policies for all buses and hotels * Reconciles all team travel in a timely manor * Coordinates all aspects of prospective athletes official visits, recruiting weekends, coaches recruiting travel, and overall recruiting coordination * Completes all necessary documents to have recruiting travel approved by the Business Office and PPS prior to the recruiting trip * Reconciles all recruiting travel in a timely manor * Submit necessary documents to create requisitions for hotels during official visits if needed * Works directly with Academic and Compliance units assuring NCAA compliance and student athlete eligibility for basketball team * Completes all task necessary to track prospects and current student athletes in NCAA Clearinghouse, with NCAA certification, with NCAA satisfactory progress, and with individual student athlete eligibility * Assist with day to day basketball activities allowed per NCAA rules * Maintains continual and thorough familiarity with all applicable NCAA, Conference, and University rules and regulations and complies with the same * Assists in briefing student-athletes and monitoring adherence to above * Must comply with all NCAA and C-USA rules and regulations. * Performs other duties as assigned by Head Coach or Athletics Director.
  11. Good turnout at the camp, about 140. All the coaches were there dressed in black, dealing with the humidity and heat. This is tough duty, they had an 8 hour day and got right on the road to Houston and then back up east Texas. Tommy Perry still has primary responsibility in SA and DeMarcus Hicks does recruiting outside of SA and Hill Country. A lot of good QB prospects in this region, more than typically and a few are on our radar. Canales was there and commented that the hurry up offense was working well and was well received by the players. Simmonds will need a little time replacing 4 of the 5 and the quick passing game would help in that regard. 2015 Schedule is not a good topic. First off we need 6 games. Secondly other teams will have a game under their belts and we have a bye to start. Other issues as well. The new kid DaMarcus Smith is not a speed demon but he has a lot of the intangibles you need. Kudos to the coaches for working their asses off out there on the road. Making a good impression in South Texas.
  12. A set of sweeping rules changes in college basketball were approved today. The Associated Press covered the entire slate of adjustments in its story that came out this afternoon. Among the highlights … – The shot clock in the men’s game will drop from 35 to 30 seconds. – The women’s game will be played with four 10-minute quarters. – The restricted arc under the basket will be extended from three feet to four feet. – The number of timeouts and stoppages during games will also be cut down. The big fallout from the entire set of changes is a faster-paced game. Coaches knew this was coming for months. UNT men’s coach Tony Benford said over the last few weeks during UNT’s coaches caravans that he believes the changes will benefit his team. Benford has said throughout his tenure that he wants to play an up-tempo style and push the ball while still being a solid, defensive-oriented team. read more:http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2015/06/sweeping-college-basketball-rules-changes-voted-in.html/
  13. Offensive OutlookSokol threw for 3,436 yards and 30 touchdowns as the field general for offensive coordinator Tony Peterson. Replacing Sokol is former Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel who transferred to Louisiana Tech to play his final season of college football after a disappointing career with the Gators. Driskel was a former top recruit who struggled with turnovers and staying healthy during his time in Gainesville, but the chance for a happy ending exists in this system that should be a welcome sight for Driskel after his offensive coaching staff at Florida was in a constant state of flux. Playing in a system that made Sokol so effective should allow for Driskel’s natural athleticism to shine and give him the chance he didn’t have at Florida to make plays. Granted, turnovers are his Achilles heel and his propensity to throw an ill-advised pass and penchant for the fumble will have to be monitored by Holtz and Peterson to make sure Driskel doesn’t put the team in a hole. Helping Driskel out on the offense is running back Kenneth Dixon who returns after rushing for a team-high 1,299 yards and 22 touchdowns. The 5-10, 212-pound rising senior had six, 100-yard games and six games with multiple rushing touchdowns as a junior. read more: http://saturdayblitz.com/2015/06/04/louisiana-tech-bulldogs-football-2015-season-preview/
  14. Students make their way around campus at UNT in Denton, on Wednesday, March 18, 2015. (Vernon Bryant/The Dallas Morning News) AUSTIN A factious measure to allow the licensed concealed carrying of handguns in most public university buildings is scheduled for debate in the House on Tuesday, the last day for the lower chamber to give initial passage to major legislation. The House debate on so-called campus carry is expected to be lengthy and feature fierce opposition from the Democratic minority. And the discussion is a long time coming, given that the Senate passed the measure a full two months ago. Supporters, touting Second Amendment rights, have said campus carry would aid in personal protection. Opponents, including most university leaders, have cited safety concerns to argue that guns shouldnt be injected into the complex campus environment. Tuesdays debate will be just the latest go-round for campus carry in the House, which passed a similar measure in 2013. But that bill from two years ago gave state colleges and universities the ability to opt out of having campus carry. In the current proposed legislation, only private universities would have the ability to ignore the campus carry mandate. There had been some question if the House would have a full debate this year on campus carry. But some Republican senators backed down on an idea to attach the measure to another gun proposal, when House leadership pledged to bring campus carry to the floor. The ball is firmly in the court of our friends in the House, Sen. Craig Estes, R-Wichita Falls, said last week. We want to see something good happen there. Existing law already allows Texans with a concealed handgun license to carry their firearms onto university grounds. But the new legislation would extend that privilege into most university buildings, such as dorms, classrooms and cafeterias. Under the proposal, handguns still wouldnt be allowed in areas on campus where they are otherwise currently banned. Those areas include hospitals, bars and sporting events. And schools would be able to set rules on how firearms are stored in dormitories. Around 841,500 Texans currently have a concealed handgun license. Thats about 5 percent of Texans who are 21 or older the age requirement to get such a license for Texans who are not active or former members of the armed services. A Dallas Morning News analysis found that in part because of the age restriction, only a small fraction of college students would likely carry on campus. A key element of Tuesdays debate is expected to be the view of University of Texas System Chancellor William McRaven, the retired Navy admiral famous for overseeing the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. McRavens opposition to campus carry resurfaced this week, as Rep. Chris Turner, D-Grand Prairie, released a letter from McRaven in which he outlined concerns that the cost of implementing the idea might require tuition hikes and that the proposal would harm faculty recruitment. Read more: http://trailblazersblog.dallasnews.com/2015/05/with-key-deadline-looming-house-set-to-debate-campus-carry-proposal.html/
  15. Heading into his sixth season at the Herd's helm, Holliday was ranked No. 1 in Conference USA, No. 15 among the Group of Five conferences and No. 68 overall. In C-USA, Holliday was followed (in order) by Rice's David Bailiff (No. 72 overall), Louisiana Tech's Skip Holtz (No. 73), UTSA's Larry Coker (No. 82), UTEP's Sean Kugler (No. 83), Western Kentucky's Jeff Brohm (No. 93), North Texas' Dan McCarney (No. 94), Middle Tennessee's Rick Stockstill (No.97), Old Dominion's Bobby Wilder (No. 102), Charlotte's Brad Lambert (No. 111), Florida Atlantic's Charlie Partridge (No. 112), Southern Miss' Todd Monken (No. 117) and FIU's Ron Turner (No. 119). Obviously, C-USA head coaches didn't get much respect. Even Holliday wasn't ranked in the top half nationally. The average ranking for C-USA's 13 coaches was a lowly 88.5 out of 128. Read more: http://www.herald-dispatch.com/sports/x1641591927/Doc-No-1-but-C-USA-coaches-lag-in-rankings
  16. https://sports.vice.com/en_us/article/it...-football/ Author actually contests some of the CSS assumptions, saying even they were too pessimistic.
  17. The first mass commencement ceremony for the University of North Texas at Apogee Stadium is days away, and staff members have released an official weather plan if the rain continues into Saturday night. If there is inclement weather, the universitywide commencement will move inside the UNT Coliseum, according to the plan. The commencement will feature Gov. Greg Abbott as speaker and will begin at 8 p.m. The exception is the College of Arts and Sciences graduates, who have their “break-out” ceremonies at 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Saturday. These ceremonies are like UNT’s former commencements — students are in small groups and walk the stage in front of family and friends. For these two ceremonies, the graduates will have their degrees conferred at their events, rather than at the mass commencement ceremony that evening if it is held at the Coliseum. Then, the attendees of those two ceremonies can watch the universitywide commencement on TV screens in the Murchison Performing Arts Center and the Gateway Center Ballroom. If this is the case, the university won’t bus attendees from lots that are located farther away to get to the ceremony, said Capt. Jim Coffey of the UNT Police Department. read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/local-news/local-news-headlines/20150513-unt-sets-commencement-rain-plan.ece
  18. The teams in Conference USA West Division have all wrapped up spring drills and their spring games in the last few weeks. I am a big advocate of not over reacting to the outcome of spring games, but one can at least get a sense of where teams might be headed in the fall from what takes place. One can also get an idea of who the key players will be for each team in the conference. We have talked a ton about UNT over the last few weeks. Andrew McNulty is in position to hold on to the starting quarterback job heading into the Mean Green’s opener at SMU. There is a chance that JUCO transfer DaMarcus Smith could become academically eligible, beat McNulty out in the span of just a few practices in the fall and convince coach Dan McCarney/offensive coordinator Mike Canales to start him even though he really hasn’t had a lot of time to prove himself. Read more; http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2015/05/spring-games-around-c-usas-west-division.html/
  19. It’s nice to be ranked,” Tech coach Skip Holtz said. “I think you can kind of look of who’s in the top three or four and who’s in the bottom three or four, but whether you’re one or two or two or three, some of that is more for the fan base to get excited about the recruiting process.” Rivals.com has Louisiana Tech ranked the highest of the major recruiting sites at No. 74 overall and second in Conference USA by a slim margin behind Florida Atlantic, which already has 26 commitments. Tech has 22 commitments and will look to add a few more to get up to 25. 247sports.com has Tech at No. 80 and third in C-USA behind Florida Atlantic and Marshall. Scout.com has Tech at No. 89 and fourth behind Florida Atlantic, Marshall and Western Kentucky. In terms of statewide rankings, Tech is as high as No. 2 behind LSU on Rivals.com. Scout.com has Tech 10 spots behind UL Lafayette while 247sports.com has the Bulldogs three spots behind the Cajuns. “We’ve done very well in the state,” Holtz said. “A lot of the targets that we’ve had that we’ve been able to go on I feel really good about.” Read more: http://www.thenewsstar.com/story/sports/college/louisiana-tech/2015/02/03/tech-end-top-ranked-class-usa/22812719/
  20. Bishop was one of five recruits to visit El Paso this weekend and was hosted by UTEP's starting guard Derek Elmendorrf, he had an offer from North Texas and East Carolina, and was also named First Team All-District 6-3A a year ago with a First Team All-District Honor this season as well. http://www.minerrush.com/2015/1/18/7757977/utep-football-2015-ol-chance-bishop-commits-after-official-visit
  21. http://www.gomeangreen.com/forums/index.php?app=forums&module=extras&section=stats&do=reputation
  22. 1). WR - Rodney Bendy (6-4, 180) Tyler, Texas (John Tyler) [May 9th, 2014] 2). DE Sam Miller (6-3, 225) Canton, Texas (Canton HS) [June 15th, 2014] 3). DB - Nate Brooks (6-0, 160) Whitehouse, Texas (Whitehouse HS) [June 16th, 2014] 4). DB - Ashton Preston (5-11, 179) Edmond, Oklahoma (Santa Fe HS) [July 3, 2014] 5). OL - Cody Wheeler (6-4, 295) Allen, Texas (Allen HS) [July 19, 2014] 6). DB - Taylor Robinson (5-11, 175) Keller, Texas (Central HS) [July 21, 2014] 7). OL - Chett Munden (6-6, 303) Marshall, Texas (Marshall HS) [July 28, 2014] 8). TE - Kelvin Smith (6-3, 235) Spring, Texas (DeKaney HS) [July 30, 2014] 9). DE - RD Wegmann (6-3, 255) Wichita Falls, Texas (Rider HS) [Aug 15, 2014] 10). ATH - Jerbrell Lipscomb (5-10, 186) Navasoto, Texas (Navasoto HS) [september 8, 2014] 11). OL - Creighton Barr (6-3, 285) Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus HS) [september 8, 2014] 12). DE - Eli "Cinco" Howard (6-4, 255) San Angelo, Texas (Central HS) [December 8, 2014] 13). OL - Brian Ochs (6-4, 300) Quinter, Kansas (Butler CC) [December 13, 2014] 14). LB - Dakota Smith (6-4, 225) Plano, Texas (Plano East/Trinity Valley CC) [December 13, 2014] 15). LB - Courtney Finney (6-4, 225) Plano, Texas (Bay City/Trinity Valley CC) [December 14, 2014] 16). WR - Thaddeous Thompson (6-4, 180) Cibolo, Texas (Cibolo HS/Scottsdale CC) [May 9, 2014] 17). QB - DaMarcus Smith (6-1, 225) Louisville, Kentucky (Seneca HS/Butler CC) [December 14, 2014]
  23. UCF's 2015 non-conference schedule is coming more into focus after the recently-announced agreement with Stanford. The Knights will travel out west next year and welcome the Cardinal to Orlando in 2019. That leaves one vacancy, a game that must be played at Bright House Networks Stadium. Previously scheduled for 2015 were the return game at South Carolina and a home date with FIU. Conference USA: Middle Tennessee: The Blue Raiders have one vacancy, but with road dates already scheduled at Ball State and Illinois they're likely looking for another home game. Louisiana Tech: Same situation as Middle Tennessee. They have one spot, but with two road games (at Mississippi State and Kansas State) they're probably looking for a team that will come to Ruston. North Texas: The Mean Green have three road games on their non-conference schedule (SMU, Iowa, Tennessee) so it's a certainty they're in the market for a home game. Rice: Same situation as Middle Tennessee and Louisiana Tech. One vacancy, but they've already got two road games scheduled (at Texas and Baylor). Southern Miss: Same deal. One spot open, but already have two road games (at Texas State and Nebraska). Read more: https://ucf.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1684780&PT=4&PR=2
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