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  1. If you thought that you heard a familiar name called in the week 2 University of North Texas route of the SMU Mustangs, you certainly did! Reggie Pegram set fire to South Dallas as a member of the Trojans of James Madison High School. A multi-sport star, Pegram lettered in both football and track and field. On the gridiron, Pegram finished his high school career with 1,394 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns and caught seven passes for 65 yards; an improvement of X yards and X TDs from the season before. Pegram was also a first team all-area team selection and received an honorable mention in all-state selection. Read more: http://www.dallasweekly.com/sports/article_55e4016c-382b-11e4-8c00-001a4bcf6878.html?mode=jqm
  2. When the North Texas Mean Green come to Austin on Saturday to face off against the Texas Longhorns in the 2014 season opener, there won't be a lot of recognizable names on head coach Dan McCarney's squad. So let's take a look at five players Horns fans should get to know before the game. Quarterback Josh Greer The Navarro College transfer who succeeded Miles Onyegbule at quarterback for Arlington High, Greer wasn't named the starting quarterback for the Mean Green until Monday. The 6'5, 220-pounder took a circuitous route to Denton, having chosen UAB over North Texas during his recruitment as a member of the 2012 class. Considered a pro-style prospect, Greer was a consensus two-star prospect who left Birmingham quickly and didn't manage to earn any more stars during his year in Corsicana, even though he won the SWJCFC championship in throwing for 256 yards and a touchdown. After arriving during the spring, Greer beat out an older player in Andrew McNulty and Austin-area product Dajon Williams, who was simply too inconsistent with little seasoning out of Pflugerville Connally. Since the North Texas offense tried to spread defenses out horizontally, look for the Mean Green coaches to ask Greer to make some simple passes to start out the game, while biding some time to take a shot or two. read more: http://www.burntorangenation.com/football/2014/8/28/6077249/texas-longhorns-north-texas-mean-green-players-to-watch
  3. Reggie Pegram could sense that there was something wrong with his knee as soon as he hit the turf during a win over Southern Mississippi last season. What happened next is perhaps the best illustration of why the North Texas running back is highly respected by coach Dan McCarney and his teammates, who describe him as one of the toughest players in the program. Pegram got right back up and carried the ball again, plowing into the end zone from a yard out. I limped off and told Mac that my knee was hurt, Pegram said. My adrenalin was pumping. I knew it was messed up, but it wasnt really painful. I just knew something was wrong. Read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/colleges/north-texas-headlines/20140822-football-pegram-100-percent-back.ece
  4. Reggie Pegram thought long and hard about what the opportunity to carry on a family legacy at North Texas might be like when he was a senior at Dallas Madison in 2010. Pegram sat in the stands at Fouts Field and watched his cousin Brandon Kennedy terrorize opponents during his career as a defensive lineman and heard about the exploits of Erric Pegram, another cousin who was a standout running back for the Mean Green. Reggie Pegram had a scholarship offer from UNT and passed on it to chase a chance to play on the big stage of the Big Ten. It wasn’t until a few years later that Pegram realized that not even scoring a pair of touchdowns in a bowl game for Purdue could equal the opportunity following in his cousins’ footsteps at UNT presented. The junior will finally get a chance to realize that dream Saturday when UNT opens the season against Idaho at Apogee Stadium. Pegram is expected to play a vital role for the Mean Green after transferring to UNT in the spring of 2012 and sitting out last season. “It’s been a long time,” Pegram said. “I can’t wait. I’ve been marking the days off the calendar.” read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/colleges/north-texas-headlines/20130830-football-long-wait-almost-over-for-pegram.ece
  5. 1). RB - Reggie Pegram (6-1, 220) Dallas Madison (Purdue transfer) [April 11, 2012] 2). WR - Darius Terrell (6-3, 225, 4.5) DeSoto, Texas (Desoto HS/University of Texas Transfer) [May 11, 2012] http://www.gomeangreen.com/_/darius-terrell-transfers-from-texas-to-north-texas-r495 3). LB/ATH Sed Ellis (6-3, 200) Paris, Texas [June 5, 2012] 4). LB - Calvin Minor (6-3, 195, 4.6) Lewisville, Texas (Lewisville HS) [June 6, 2012] http://www.gomeangre...lewisville-r506 5). OL - Dominic Walker (6-5, 280) Sugarland, Texas (Austin HS) [June 13, 2012] 6). QB - Dajon Williams - (6-3, 190, 4.6) Pflugerville, Texas (Connally HS) [June 20, 2012] 7). DB - John Schilleci - (6-0. 190, 4.57) Denton, Texas (Guyer HS) [June 25, 2012] ?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent> 8). WR - Darvin Kidsy - (6-0. 175, 4.4) Missouri City, Texas (Elkins HS) [June 26, 2012] ?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent> 9). OL - Harrison Sorge - (6-4, 300) Wichita Falls, TX. (Rider HS) [July 3rd, 2012] 10). OL - Cody Nelson - (6-5, 265) Keller, TX. (Keller High School) [June 25, 2012] 11). QB - Brock Berglund - (6-4, 220, 4.5) Highlands Ranch, Colorado (Valor Christian HS/Kansas Transfer) [sept 8th 2012] 12). FB/LB - Fred Scott - (5-11, 230, 4.7) Kennedale, TX. (Kennedale High School) [sept 24, 2012] 13). WR - Turner Smiley - (6-0, 175) Frisco, TX (Wakeland HS) [Nov. 4th, 2012] 14). OL - Shawn McKinney - (6-4, 355) Hubbard, TX (Hubbard HS/Trinity Valley CC) [Dec. 11th, 2012] 15). DB/ATH - James Jones - (5-11, 170) Houston, TX (Aldine HS/Kilgore JC) [Dec. 14th 2012] 16). OL - Justin Manu - (6-5, 285) Salt Lake City, UT (Snow Junior College) [Dec. 18th, 2012] 17). DL - Quenton Brown - (6-4, 235) Tucker, GA (Eastern Arizona College) [Dec. 19th, 2012] 18). DB/ATH - Zed Evans - (5-10, 180) Seagoville, TX (Seagoville HS/Louisville University) [Dec. 20th, 2012] 19). DB - Chad Davis - (5-10, 172) Richmond, TX (Bush HS) [Dec. 28th, 2012) 20). TE - Wylie Reinhardt - (6-4, 265) Saginaw, TX (Saginaw HS) [Jan. 20th, 2013] 21). TE - Chris Loving - (6-4, 265) Houston, TX (Klein HS/Blinn Junior College) [Jan. 20th, 2013] This post has been promoted to an article
  6. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2012/08/a-couple-of-quick-practice-notes-pegram-tidbit-mac-video-coming-later.html/
  7. Anyone heard anything on this appeal? Sure would be a nice addition. Reggie Pegram Bio
  8. Read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/colleges/north-texas-headlines/20120516-unt-notebook-purdues-pegram-to-transfer.ece
  9. Read More: http://meangreenblog...ferring-to.html This post has been promoted to an article
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