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  1. Seth Littrell The wrestler: Kurt Angle The shoot: Angle was a legitimate wrestler who won a gold medal (with a broken freaking neck). Littrell was a two-time state champion wrestler in Oklahoma as a high schooler, and I can guarantee you one thing: The state of Oklahoma takes amateur wrestling seriously. I wouldn’t mess with either one of those dudes. link: https://www.texasfootball.com/article/2022/05/24/texas-fbs-coaches-as-professional-wrestlers?ref=home_feature_article
  2. The Nebraska softball team is set to make its 25th appearance in the NCAA Tournament at the NCAA Stillwater Regional. The Huskers will face North Texas in game one on Friday, May 20, at 5 p.m. (CT) at Cowgirl Stadium. Fans can listen to the action live on the Huskers Radio Network and Huskers.com with the call from Nate Rohr. The game will also be streamed live on ESPN+ (subscription required). Tickets are available at http://okstate.com/ncaasoftball. The Huskers will face North Texas (35-14) in game one of the NCAA Stillwater Regional. The Mean Green received an automatic bid to their first NCAA Tournament after claiming the CUSA Tournament title. UNT had five players receive all-conference honors from the CUSA for their performances throughout the year. read more: https://huskers.com/news/2022/5/18/softball-huskers-open-ncaa-regionals-against-north-texas.aspx
  3. Is now a high school DL coach in El Reno Oklahoma. Dude was a beast along with AA and Booger back in the day. Man what a trio those three were!
  4. DENTON – UNT Tennis on Monday has signed Baylor transfer Olivia Malm, a native of Orebro, Sweden. She will join the Mean Green as a sophomore. "Olivia brings tremendous experience having represented Sweden in the European Youth Olympics and having played for a Big 12 program for one year," said UNT tennis health program coordinator Rodrigo de Almeida. "When she came to campus for an official visit it was truly special. We believe her values and character are representative of our team's culture and cannot wait to see Olivia reach her full potential here at UNT while helping us achieve our team goals." Malm won the Swedish Championship in both doubles and singles for girls 18 and under in January of 2020. She also represented Sweden in the European Youth Olympics and won the first round in 2017. Malm won eight singles matches and four doubles matches for the top 30 Baylor Bears who reached the second round of the NCAA tournament. "I chose UNT because I feel it is a great place to improve on and off the court," said Malm. "The coaches and staffs are very supportive and positive, and I can't wait to be surrounded by great people in a great environment." Malm has held an ITF Juniors ranking as high as 598 and singles ranking as high as 1025. She has been a semifinalist or runner-up at several ITF tournaments from 2018 through 2020. The transfer was a runner-up in the Swedish Championship for doubles from 2018 through 2020. read more: https://meangreensports.com/news/2022/5/16/womens-tennis-tennis-adds-swedish-transfer.aspx
  5. 9/3 at North Texas read more: https://www.underdogdynasty.com/2022/5/15/23072320/smu-football-rhett-lashlee-breaks-down-the-mustangs-2022-2023-schedule
  6. MAY 18: RAMS WAIVE 5 UDFAs The Los Angeles Rams signed 17 undrafted free agents following the 2022 NFL Draft earlier this month. Now, five of those players have been waived, per an announcement from the team. Those five players are listed below: Roger Carter, Georgia State, TE TJ Carter, TCU, CB Andrzej Hughes-Murray, Oregon State, OLB Dan Isom, Washington State, S Lance McCutcheon, Montana State, WR MAY 5: RAMS SIGN 17 UDFAs The Los Angeles Rams finalized their undrafted free agent acquisitions on Wednesday afternoon, signing 17 players to deals. Amongst those signings are former Texas Longhorns kicker Cameron Dicker, who served as the team's primary kicker on kickoffs and field goal, and was also the team's punter. You can view the full list of signings below: 1. Jack Snyder, San Jose State, OG 2. Jamal Pettigrew, McNeese State, TE 3. Lance McCutcheon, Montana State, WR 4. Brayden Thomas, North Dakota State, OLB 5. Benton Whitley, Holy Cross, OLB 6. Dion Novil, North Texas, IDL 7. Jairon McVea, Baylor, S 8. Dan Isom, Washington State, S 9. TJ Carter, TCU, CB 10. Caesar Dancy-Williams, Wisconsin, CB 11. Duron Lowe, Liberty, CB 12. Elijah Garcia, Rice, IDL 13. Andrzej Hughes-Murray, Oregon State, OLB 14. Roger Carter, Georgia State, TE 15. Jake Hummel, Iowa State, ILB 16. Keir Thomas, Florida State, OLB 17. Cameron Dicker, Texas, P link: https://www.si.com/nfl/rams/news/los-angeles-waives-five-undrafted-free-agent-signings#gid=ci02a069ffd0002793&pid=usatsi_17059026
  7. Grant Gunnell was supposed to be the recruit that would justify Arizona hiring Kevin Sumlin. Instead he’s looking for a third college team in four years. The former Wildcats quarterback, who transferred to Memphis shortly after Sumlin was fired in late 2020, has re-entered the NCAA transfer portal. Gunnell never saw the field for the Tigers, suffering a season-ending injury last August. Because he’s already transferred once, and was immediately eligible, he’d have to sit out a season unless he received a waiver. With Arizona, Gunnell started seven games in 2019-20, splitting the starting job with Khalil Tate as a true freshman and then starting four of five contests in the COVID-shortened 2020 season. He threw for 352 yards and a touchdown on 29-of-44 in his collegiate debut, a win over UCLA in Sept. 2019 that earned him Pac-12 Player of the Week honors. read more: https://www.azdesertswarm.com/2022/4/30/23049946/arizona-wildcats-grant-gunnell-memphis-tigers-ncaa-transfer-portal-injury-sumlin-khalil-tate-fisch
  8. A native of Fresno, Texas, Neville heads to UNT after entering his name into the NCAA transfer portal on April 29. Out of Hightower High School in Missouri City, Texas, Neville was rated 3-stars, the No. 96 Lone Star State product, No. 104 wide receiver and No. 664 prospect overall nationally in the class of 2021 on the 247Sports Composite. Neville chose Nebraska over 42 other scholarship offers, including Alabama, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Texas A&M. According to his Nebraska bio, Neville did not play in 2021, which allows him to take a redshirt. He will be immediately eligible at North Texas and able to play 4 seasons. Read more: https://saturdaytradition.com/nebraska-football/latrell-neville-ex-nebraska-wr-announces-transfer-commitment/
  9. https://247sports.com/Player/Grant-Gunnell-84631/
  10. I just heard from the ENMU Head Coach Tye Hiatt. He was very warm and supportive. He said that Kason will join them this summer and have two years of eligibility. He said that they had high expectations! I am pleased. The Coach said he could help us get tickets for us to see him play. Good news for a good young man indeed. GMG
  11. Jackson State football has landed a commitment from three-star quarterback Jackson Jones. Jones is the No. 15 prospect in Oregon and No. 115 quarterback in the nation. He's also the top-ranked quarterback prospect in Oregon. He led Tualatin to a Class 6A state championship in 2021. The Tigers also listed Ohio State transfer JP Andrade, Temple transfer Matt Vitale, North Texas transfer Greyson Thompson, and Norman Douglas as quarterbacks on their spring roster. Read more: https://www.clarionledger.com/story/sports/college/jackson-state/2022/05/11/jackson-jones-three-star-quarterback-commits-jackson-state-football/9723370002/
  12. Former University of North Texas administrator Fred Pole was remembered by friends and family as a caring and hardworking person who served the Denton community in multiple ways. Pole died on April 19. He was 89. James Pole remembers his father being dedicated to his work but also recalls the times the family went on road trips. read more: https://dentonrc.com/news/denton/fred-pole-former-unt-administrator-and-denton-community-leader-dies-at-89/article_eb7f6083-5cc7-5329-8167-92a1cffd0ab9.html
  13. After visiting five colleges in the spring, Denton (Texas) Braswell cornerback prospect Dylan Smith is close to scheduling his summer visits. "I have been talking with Arkansas and Colorado about getting out to both of those schools on an official visit," he said. Smith plans to check out Boulder for the first time in June. Houston, North Texas, Oklahoma State and SMU were the other programs Smith visited this spring. He has received a total of 14 offers throughout his recruitment, with all of the aforementioned schools included in his list of college options. Indiana, Kansas, Louisville, Nebraska, Stanford are some of Smith's other offers. His older brother Cam Smith is currently a redshirt freshman cornerback at Oklahoma State. https://247sports.com/college/colorado/Article/Denton-Texas-Braswell-cornerback-Dylan-Smith-plans-to-visit-Colorado-Buffaloes-Arkansas-Razorbacks-this-summer-187444356/
  14. For some sports gamblers, betting on the Super Bowl coin toss is about as good as the odds can get. But for , Jim McIngvale the Houston furniture mogul known as “Mattress Mack,” placing multi-million-dollar wagers on the big game and other marquee sporting events offers a different strategy—heads I win, tails I win. For years, McIngvale, who owns the three-store chain Gallery Furniture, has made his headline-grabbing wagers not for gambling glory, but as sensible hedges against his big sales promotions. During the Super Bowl, March Madness, the World Series, and other events, Mack will place a giant bet on one team—either a Texas club or one closest geographically to his home state—and offer customers a full refund if they win. During this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, for example, he wagered $5.5 million on Kansas and ran a promotion to refund all customers who spent $3,000 or more on certain types of mattresses and furniture if the Jayhawks won. Right after Kansas beat the University of North Carolina on Monday night, Mack and his 20-person sales team received a stream of text messages from their customers: We won! We won! “When does a furniture salesman get a text at midnight from a customer?” McIngvale asks. One customer bought seven mattresses for a total of $38,000 and another bought $40,000 worth of furniture to outfit a new home. “I’ve always heard about his promotions on the news, but I never needed furniture until now,” says Robert Cruz, who has a new house full of new, free furniture. “When I heard the score I said, ‘Wow. That’s cool.” Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/willyakowicz/2022/04/06/mattress-mack-jim-mcingvale-sports-bets-march-madness-super-bowl/?sh=75b1d2eb5264
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