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  1. Austin went on to say it takes a "special-breed cat" that goes the walk-on route because you have to love the sport. He then asked McHale what made him want to walk-on at Washington. "It was more like to see if I could do it," McHale, 49, added. "The second year, I got the hang of it. I feel like I did. I came to a crossroads where I'm like, what's the end goal? I was having a great time, but I really need to kind of focus on acting. And that's why I became one of the biggest movie stars in the history of Hollywood." Austin didn't dive into too much of the details of his college football history, but the WWE Hall of Famer played at the University of North Texas “It was a fun experience,” Austin said on The DA Show back in January. “I had dreams of being a pro football player but just couldn’t quite make the grade by a long-shot on that. I was a good player at the local or regional level. Beyond that, those guys had too much talent." Austin played linebacker and defensive end while at North Texas. He was a running back in high school.
  2. DENTON – Mike Bloesch has been promoted to offensive coordinator and primary playcaller, head coach Seth Littrell announced Thursday. Bloesch will continue as the team’s offensive line coach in his new role. “Coach Bloesch has earned this opportunity,” Littrell said. “He was such a big part of our success offensively last season and is one of the brightest young offensive minds in the country. I’m very excited to see him continue to build on the foundation we have here to become more explosive and efficient offensively.” Bloesch served as a co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach in 2020, his first season in Denton, helping guide the Mean Green to the eighth-ranked total offense in the nation in 2020, averaging 513.2 yards per game, and averaged 6.59 yards per play (22nd-best in FBS). Bloesch, while leading a major turnaround along the offensive line, helped guide the Mean Green to 34.4 points per game, which ranked 23rd in the country. UNT's passing attack ranked 25th in the country at 283.0 yards per game, and the rushing attack ranked 13th nationally at 230.2 yards per game. Senior wide receiver Jaelon Darden had an All-America season, earning honors from every major outlet/awards group at either first or second team levels. Darden caught 74 passes for 1,190 yards and 19 touchdowns in just nine games, and was named the Conference USA Most Valuable Player. The Mean Green are set to open spring practice on March 1, and kick off the 2021 season on Saturday, Sept. 4, with a non-conference game against Northwestern State from Apogee Stadium in Denton. 2021 football season ticket renewals will be available through the Mean Green Athletics Ticket Office beginning in the coming weeks. Season ticket holders will receive notification of their invoice via the email address on file with the ticket office. Please note that invoices will be based on seating from the 2019 season. Fans interested in becoming new season ticket holders for the 2021 season may fill out the form HERE to have a North Texas athletics representative follow up with them. Any ticket-related questions may be directed to the Mean Green Athletics Ticket Office via email at ticketoffice@unt.edu or by phone at (940) 565-2527.
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