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  1. The video at the top of this blog is of Dan McCarney and I chatting a little about the spring game and how spring practice went in general for the Mean Green. McCarney has some interesting things to say, as always. And while we are at it, Im going to break one of my unwritten rules and allow myself to be drug into a ridiculous debate after being called out for not agreeing with a readers opinion on a topic that really doesnt matter in the large scheme of things. The topic? Is this the deepest batch of running backs UNT has ever had going into the 2014 season? Watch video here and more:
  2. 1). As talented as QB Dajon Williams athletically, is he just not yet ready for prime time. First off -- he's just a redshirt freshman... so after his medical redshirt he will have 4 more years to play. I think sometimes we forget that, and his performance in the Idaho home opener game last season probably didn't help in terms of our expectations. Much like the Fall of 2013, Williams took UNT's first couple of weeks in Spring training by storm. He made great plays, plays that the other guys couldn't make. When it's just football, Williams excels. When it comes to the system and unders
  3. Thursday was another terrific weather day and I arrived at the Darrell Dickey practice facility right about 3:30pm on the nose. When I checked in at the gate I was greeted by three Eagle Angels at a table who thought I might be a coach as I was donned in my typical UNT apparel. I received a name badge and shook hands with UNT Director of Football Operations Scotty Conley who was overlooking the table. There was a bigger crowd of recruits, fans, UNT AD staff than at the 2nd Spring practice I attended. The onlookers kept building up in size as the day went on. Part of this was due to
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