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  1. Anyone know of his status? Was really hoping we would get to see him play this year.
  2. NORTH TEXAS: The Mean Green finished up the 2013-14 campaign with an even 16-16 overall record, but could only manage a 6-10 ledger in conference play. Headed into this season, North Texas will rely on senior guard Jordan Williams, who is a member of the 1,000-point scoring club already. Williams led the team in scoring last season with 12.0 ppg, and sported a team-best 6.3 rpg mark as well. But the Mean Green lost three starters from last season, so Williams will be the go-to player, along with senior forward Colin Voss, who averaged just 7.3 ppg last season, but added 5.8 rpg and 16 blocked shots to his resume. Coach Tony Benford is in his third season at the helm of the program, and might have a tough time competing this upcoming year without players like Chris Jones (127 assists) and Alzee Williams (11.1 ppg) on the roster anymore. But he will be build around Williams and Voss and use the four seniors on the roster to help develop the younger players. See more at: http://athlonsports.com/college-basketball/college-basketball-preview-conference-usa-0#sthash.r0kBcmz9.dpuf
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