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  1. So, The Texas Sports Hall of Fame, in Waco, is the first to receive the New Dave Campbell Texas Football. Now granted that we are non to happy of UT's Sam Ehlinger on the cover and not Our Mason Fine They do have us going 9-3 overall (7-1 conference) in the 2019 Season. In fact, Greg Tepper of Texasfootball.com ask "Can a Texas team finally break Through in Wide-open C-USA?" He goes on to say that "The Lone Star State's best hope appears to be North Texas." Small Breakdown: Mean Green Offense : QB's = A+ RB's = A OLine = B- Receivers = A Defense: D-line = C LB's = D+ D-backs = B Special Teams = C Game of the Year: Mean Green at Southern Miss Oct 12. that being the conference loss. Let the debating continue....
  2. Andrew McNulty, Sr. (6-1, 209) Quick hit: Andrew McNulty is most likely the leading candidate for the starting job as he was Thompson’s backup last season. In McNulty’s first career collegiate start as a true freshman against Tulsa in 2011, he completed 11 passes for 158 yards and two touchdowns. After redshirting the 2012 season due to injury, McNulty appeared in eight games as a backup last season, with his most notable performance against No. 9 Georgia, where he completed five passes for 36 yards. McCarney’s Comments: “McNulty has emerged in recent practices and scrimmages as the guy to beat our for that job. He is a student of the game. What you like in your quarterback position is every time you turn around, they are in here at their own time, not when they are asked or forced to. He is one of the best when it comes to that at that position.” Read more: http://www.texasfootball.com/college-news/view/180861
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