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  1. Yep, P.J. is headed to Arkansas State. UNT is heading to Conference USA, so it works out for everyone. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2013/04/and-now-you-know-the-end-of-the-story-hardwick-to-asu.html/
  2. P.J. Hardwick, a freshman guard who started 17 games this season, has elected to leave North Texas and transfer to another school. UNT men’s coach Tony Benford confirmed Tuesday afternoon that Hardwick would not return to UNT for his sophomore season. “P.J. has decided to make a move for an opportunity at a better role,” Benford said. “I talked to him and his dad, and he is going to transfer. We wish him the best and appreciate the contributions he made this year. He’s a good kid and a hard worker.” Hardwick averaged 3.7 points per game and led UNT with 81 assists in his only season with the Mean Green. He became UNT’s starter at point guard when Chris Jones broke his foot in a loss to Western Kentucky on Dec. 29. “I want to thank the University of North Texas, because it has been a blessing to play here,” Hardwick said in a statement. “I want to thank my teammates and the entire coaching staff, and I wish them nothing but the best.” Hardwick was the first recruit Benford signed after taking over the program following the 2011-12 season. He is the third player to leave the program since the fall. Trey Norris transferred to South Dakota before the season started. Former Argyle standout Clarke Overlander announced March 27 that he also is leaving the program. “We want to keep all the kids who sign,” Benford said. “Having players transfer is part of it. I signed several kids at Marquette who left. When I was at Nebraska and Arizona State, we had players transfer. Sometimes things don’t work out. Kids are not satisfied with their role or their playing time. The program goes on. We will sign quality players.” Read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/colleges/north-texas-headlines/20130410-notebook-hardwick-wont-return-for-mean-green.ece
  3. UNT head coach Tony Benford confirmed this afternoon that freshman guard P.J. Hardwick has elected to transfer. Hardwick started 16 games last season while starter Chris Jones recovered from a broken foot. Hardwick averaged 3.7 points a game and led UNT with 81 assists. He was the first recruit Benford signed after taking over the program following last season. He is the third player to transfer out of the program since the weeks leading up to last season. Trey Norris transferred out before the season started. Former Argyle standout Clarke Overlander also recently announced he is leaving the program. read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2013/04/benford-confirms-p-j-hardwick-to-transfer.html/
  4. IG: pjhardwick ‏@PHardwick455m I got faith In The Lord,devil knocking at my doorstep rosary around my neck, I'm praying for the lord's help! ?
  5. P.J. Hardwick didnt know when he would get an opportunity to play a major role at North Texas. That was part of the deal when he joined a team that already featured Chris Jones, one of the Sun Belt Conferences top point guards. There were games when Hardwick played a couple of minutes and others in which he barely saw the court. None of that bothered Hardwick, who kept grinding away in practice and hoisting extra shots on his own. I am a team player and believe in winning, Hardwick said. Whether I am playing for two minutes or 30, I am going to cheer for my team and play hard when my opportunity is there. For Hardwick, his time is now. A series of dominoes fell in just the right way to elevate Hardwick to the starting lineup, where he will be for the second straight game today when UNT faces Louisiana-Monroe. The Mean Green (6-9, 1-3 Sun Belt) will take on the Warhawks (2-8, 1-3) in a doubleheader that will begin with the womens game at 5 p.m. UNT heads into tonight looking for its second straight win after knocking off conference foe Troy 76-59 on Thursday. Hardwick played a key role in that victory in his first start, handing out seven assists in one of the Mean Greens most efficient offensive outings of the season. UNT shot 48.3 percent (28-for-58) from the floor, despite being shorthanded. Small forward Jacob Holmen didnt start due to a foot injury that will keep him out of todays game as well, and backup forward Keith Coleman served a one-game suspension after a violation of team rules. Being shorthanded made it all the more important for UNT to get the ball to star forward Tony Mitchell. Hardwick played a key role in making sure UNT did just that on a night when Mitchell scored a season-high 29 points. I feel good about P.J., UNT coach Tony Benford said. Defensively he did a good job on the ball, was vocal out there and got guys the ball in the right spots. He tried to hit a home run a couple of times; I told him to make the simple plays. If he does that, he will be fine. Read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/colleges/north-texas-headlines/20130105-basketball-freshman-hardwick-gets-opportunity-to-shine.ece
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    From the album: UNT Hoops 2012-13

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  7. Read more: http://collegebasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/05/16/recruiting-rundown-under-the-radar-late-commitments/
  8. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/archives/2012/05/wednesday-morning-notes-though.html
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