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  1. Love this kid. Ultimate team player. I think he'll be big in this offense
  2. Read more: http://www.underdogdynasty.com/conference-usa/2014/8/19/6043779/three-north-texas-guys-you-should-know
  3. Over the last few weeks, we have seen a shift in terms of what UNT is rolling out on Saturday afternoons defensively in its secondary at cornerback. Don’t expect that to change once UNT gets through its bye week. UNT head coach Dan McCarney said this week that he will continue to roll all four of his cornerbacks in during games. He also indicated that Kenny Buyers is playing better than anyone else right now. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2013/09/expect-to-see-a-lot-more-of-buyers-jones-at-cb.html/
  4. “We are not deserting Zac Whifield, but he has to make plays,” McCarney said. “I have seen him make that play in practice and scrimmages, but you have to carry it over to game day. We are all measured by what we do on Saturdays. He has to carry it over to the game field.” UNT also gave up a long pass play in its season-opening win over Idaho, a 59-yard strike from Chad Chalich to Michael LaGrone on the second play from scrimmage. The Mean Green has allowed six pass plays of 20 yards or more in the first two games of the year, an issue UNT will try to address before facing Ball State and Keith Wenning this week. Wenning ranks 10th nationally with 665 passing yards through two games and has five touchdowns with no interceptions. “We come into the game focused and ready to play,” UNT cornerback Hilbert Jackson said. “We need to hold it throughout the game.” Read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/colleges/north-texas-headlines/20130909-football-big-plays-lead-to-lineup-change-in-secondary.ece
  5. Kenny Buyers didn’t need long in 2011 to realize he had made a mistake when he accepted his only offer to play major college football. The former Hurst L.D. Bell standout thought about being out in the cold in Colorado, hundreds of miles from home and in uniform pretty much all the time — either his football uniform or a military uniform at the Air Force Academy — and decided that wasn’t how he wanted to spend the next four years of his life. “I didn’t like the military part of the Air Force Academy,” Buyers said. “I thought the football part of it would outweigh the military aspect of it, but it didn’t. I wanted to try my options closer to home.” Buyers landed at North Texas and suddenly has gone from an unknown backup to being a major part of the Mean Green’s plans heading into its season opener against Idaho later this month. UNT head coach Dan McCarney raised eyebrows at the end of spring practice when he mentioned that Buyers was in a dead heat with Zac Whitfield for the starting job at one cornerback spot. McCarney stuck by that evaluation Thursday after UNT’s fourth practice of the fall. That’s good news for the Mean Green coming off a season in which McCarney and his staff didn’t believe they had enough competent defensive backs to put in a nickel package. read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/colleges/north-texas-headlines/20130809-football-buyers-in-race-to-start-at-cornerback.ece
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