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  1. McNulty has been named the starter, so I'll be rooting for him to succeed. What should we expect from him? I'll use this post to talk about what he does well, and what he needs to work on to be successful in his second year as a prolonged starter. It's basically an exercise in hoping for the best. He's our QB now, so we gotta throw support behind him, to the chagrin of many. McNulty's Inconsistencies McNulty is probably the most divisive player on this forum. I hear a lot of comments about McNulty and his inability to move the offense, and his lack of arm. I won't argue these statements. Thes
  2. Face Illinois at noon in HOD on ESPN. Would be a nice win for the conference.
  3. Embattled UAB coach Bill Clark was named Conference USA’s football Coach of the Year as a land-slide selection by the C-USA Media Association. Clark, who led the Blazers to an astonishing 6-6 record and bowl eligibility in 2014, led the turn-around during his first year as head coach. read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2014/12/medias-all-conference-usa-team-released.html/
  4. UNT coach Dan McCarney will begin interviewing candidates to become the Mean Green’s new defensive coordinator next week. John Skladany spent three seasons in that capacity at UNT before electing to retire. McCarney’s long-time right-hand man completed his career with the Mean Green this past season, the pair’s 13th working together. McCarney has said ever since announcing this fall that Skladany is retiring that there has been tremendous interest in the position. Skladany was a veteran coach who worked as a coordinator at Central Florida, Houston and Iowa State, where he spent 10
  5. ZAXBY’S HEART OF DALLAS BOWL TELECONFERENCE TRANSCRIPT December 26 - Louisiana Tech vs. Illinois at Cotton Bowl Stadium, Dallas A teleconference was held Sunday (December 7, 2014) evening after the announcement of the school’s participating in the fifth annual Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl. The post-season collegiate football game will be played December 26 (Friday) at the historic Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas. Kickoff is set for 12 p.m. (CT) and will be televised by ESPN and aired on the Heart of Dallas Bowl Radio Network. Teleconference participants were Tim Simmons (moderator), Bra
  6. http://www.conferenceusa.com/genrel/120214aac.html Conference USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky Statement on UAB: "We are aware of the study but disappointed with the decision to discontinue the sport of football at UAB, particularly because of its effect on the lives of the student-athletes and coaches that have worked so hard to restore the quality of the program. We don't fully understand the decision, nor agree with it, but do respect it and the authority of the UAB Administration to make it. As a conference, we will move forward in our pursuit of excellence in athletics and academic
  7. Alabama-Birmingham officials are expected to announce this week that they will shutter their football program, USA Today and Sports Illustrated reported on Sunday. If true, it will be a blow to Conference USA, and as such, a blow for Old Dominion’s football program. UAB would be forced to withdraw from the conference, which requires schools to play football. First-year coach Bill Clark, who guided UAB to a 6-6 record this season and bowl eligibility, will have his contract bought out and athletic director Brian Mackin will be fired as part of a reorganization of the athletic department
  8. Editors note: this guy can flat out recruit and was the best recruiter on the Dickey staff back when he was here. Malone’s experience recruiting in the Lone Star State is likely a factor in his name being connected to the SMU opening. Prior to Malone’s two-year stint in Tulsa, he coached defensive backs one season at North Texas and four seasons at Texas A&M. The Cowboys’ pass defense has allowed an average of 282.8 yards through the air per game this season, a mark that ranks No. 120 nationally. read more: http://newsok.com/media-report-oklahoma-state-cornerbacks-coach-va
  9. UNT shot 48% from the field in the first half including 63% from deep. The Mean Green had shot just 25% from three point range so far this season. Jordan Williams led the team with 12 points in the first half. Arkansas jumped out to a 50-43 lead before Bobby Portis went to the bench with his 3rd foul. Michael Qualls was leading Arkansas with 18 points and 7 rebounds with 11:10 to go in the game. Portis had just 2 points and 7 rebounds at that point. The Mean Green had just retaken the lead 55-54, before the Hogs hit a three to go back up 57-55. Read more: http://www.midmajormadness.com/
  10. Virginia’s Max Valles and Stanford’s Blake Martinez were named Linebacker Performers of the Week by CFPA, while Vigil shared honorable mention honors with Michael Johnson (ULM), Skai Moore (South Carolina), Tra’Mayne Bondurant (Arizona), Marquel Lee (Wake Forest), Derek Akunne (North Texas), Jovan Santos-Knox (Massachusetts), Christian Holmes (Mississippi State) and Zack Ryan (Ball State). Read more: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865616295/USU-football-senior-linebacker-Zach-Vigil-recognized-by-College-Football-Performance-Awards.html?pg=all
  11. Evan and Harry welcome back Ashton Campbell creator of Beyond the Green to recap the very disappointing UNT loss at El Paso as well as saying goodbye to our seniors in the final home game this Saturday at Apogee versus FIU. We also say goodbye to the great John Skladany and look at other odds and ends as the team closes out the season. http://www.gomeangreen.com/forums/podcast/gmgpod141.mp3 Click here for the direct audio link This post has been promoted to an article
  12. Florida: Sources tell us that Marshall head coach Doc Holliday is very much a candidate for the head coaching vacancy at Florida. Holliday has served as head coach at Marshall for the past five seasons. From 2005-2007 he was on Urban Meyers staff at Florida serving as associate head coach and recruiting coordinator. Holliday went on to join the staff at West Virginia where he served two years as associate head coach before being named head coach at Marshall following the 2009 season. Holliday won 10 games at Marshall last season and currently has his team 10-0. Read more: http://footballsco
  13. If you haven't watched the series you should as I think it gives great insight into what a great coach and person John Skladany is. I hope that Ashton will do a special segment on Skladany to honor his outstanding career. Thank you Coach Skladany for your contributions to our program. We wish you only the best. GMG
  14. DRC: Development of promising QB vital, but defensive struggles, lack of playmakers other than Harris concerning: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/sports-headlines/20141005-football-williams-masking-different-problems.ece
  15. FAU favored by 7. Will FAU keep rising after beating UTSA? Or will FIU rise to the challenge at home. I guess we should pull for FIU in this game no? PS make sure to get your Pick'ems for this week in before the game tonight! Click Here for Link
  16. So I half-way wish I was quicker on the draw for this one... the comedic timing would have been better. You'll see... LEVITY CURES ALL! My god, those CSC people are nuts. And what the hell is wrong with the people selecting our in-stadium music? I mean, c'mon. The Chicken Dance?!? ​The first half was nothing short of utter embarrassment... Which led to 1000 Dajon Williams threads... EDIT: substitute "faculty" for "coaches" and "arraignment" for "next game"... DOUBLE EDIT: a brief bit of language... so maybe don't play it at work. BUT THEN MAC
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  18. On his team’s offensive struggles: “We knew they were a pretty good defense. We knew they were more talented than what they’ve had been given credit for. But I didn’t expect us not be able to block them at all. I knew it was going to be a challenge. We scripted a lot of things to get the ball out quickly, but we did not do what we needed to do to win the football game. It’s hard for the quarterback to go back and throw anything when he doesn’t have the time. We could not protect the quarterback.” Read more: http://collegesportsblog.dallasnews.com/2014/09/overheard-smus-june-jones-on-p
  19. Called the athletic dept on Friday and ordered 2 season tickets for section 106. The good news, it's the last two in that section that are seated next to each other. He couldn't tell me the exact number but did say they are nearly double from last year! Continue this trend and it's going to be an awesome atmosphere! He also indicated the SMU game is basically sold out, they are just developing some promotions to sell the wing section now. Really looking forward to the 1st home game.
  20. The 2014 Conference USA lineup could turn out to be deep if all goes according to plan. A 13-team league this season (Charlotte will join as a full-time member in 2015), C-USA should have no problems filling its five bowl tie-ins. The knowledge that those bowl spots are out there gives WKU added motivation seeing as it came from a league where two of the last three seasons it couldnt get a postseason spot despite a winning record. Theres a lot of stability now where were at, WKU coach Jeff Brohm said. Theres a lot of opportunities if we succeed and do well, so theres a lot of motivation to
  21. To hear league commissioner Britton Banowsky tell it, Conference USA finally has reached stability for the first time in several years. The past couple seasons have seen the exits of several longtime conference members. Gone are Memphis, SMU and Central Florida. Joining the exodus are Houston, Tulane, Tulsa and East Carolina. In their stead, last year Conference USA added Middle Tennessee, North Texas, Texas-San Antonio, Florida International, Florida Atlantic and Louisiana Tech to the football mix. This season, the league welcomes two more additions to the fold — Old Dominion and West
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