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  1. The only way now UNT can really compete for talented coaches now with 7 already open at this point is to have a different pitch. We can't money whip a good coach into coming here. We don't have the money now and we don't have an athletic department that knows how to campaign for the money necessary to do that. The team that is well known and available right now is the Spurrier family. You need 5 years from Steve (he is 70 now so longer than would not be wise). The names by themselves would project a stability and commitment to building something great. I think they would be interested because getting UNT to win CUSA will be much easier than trying to win an SEC title. And if South Carolina doesn't want Scott or Steve Jr as head coach. I don't believe they would be a good fit for any other positions open now except UCF. Also I think they would want to steer clear of Miami because it doesn't fit the profile of the Southern Universities they are used to dealing with. I could see Steve Jr coaching here 3 years winning 2 CUSA west division titles and moving on to a SEC school. Steve Sr. hires someone else from his coaching tree and glides off into retirement. It all just a dream and very unlikely here at UNT but that is all I have now. Can you guys think of an AD & Head Coach "Team" you would like to come to UNT. Keep in mind this "team" need to have a family connection or existing working relationship.
  2. Should be a good game. Mack Brown is the color guy. Hard to believe ULL has been there 4 straight years as we once were.
  3. Names like Chad Morris, Jake Spavital and Houston Nutt are being thrown around as possible candidates to replace June Jones, who resigned earlier this week, as head coach at SMU. But what about former Texas coach Mack Brown? According to Roy Bragg of the San Antonio Express-News, Brown could be a nice fit on the Hilltop. “SMU has shown it has an affinity for older guys. Jones had been coaching for 50 years. The head men’s basketball coach is famously-itinerant Larry Brown,” Bragg wrote. “If they like old guys, hiring Mack should be a no-brainer. “Mack picked UT up off the ground and made it a national contender every year. He can do the same at SMU, which has money, resources, and — as the only school of note in Dallas — has a tremendous recruiting advantage. In fact, it’s a crime that SMU doesn’t own Dallas-area recruiting. It should be able to lock that city down.” Read more: http://collegesportsblog.dallasnews.com/2014/09/national-writer-hiring-ex-texas-coach-mack-brown-should-be-a-no-brainer-for-smu.html/
  4. If they like old guys, hiring Mack should be a no-brainer. Mack picked UT up off the ground and made it a national contender every year. He can do the same at SMU, which has money, resources, and — as the only school of note in Dallas — has a tremendous recruiting advantage. In fact, it’s a crime that SMU doesn’t own Dallas-area recruiting. It should be able to lock that city down. (Editor’s note: See North Texas’ 43-6 win as an example that SMU doesn’t own it.) This advice comes with a caveat. Mack isn’t your long-term coach. Mack is your Big Splash, Resuscitate The Program hire. After his first 10-win season, fire him and bring in a much younger guy. Read more: http://blog.mysanantonio.com/roy-bragg/2014/09/mack-brown-to-smu-it-could-work/
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