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  1. Even though it's only virtual the men have definitely earned this honor!! Now on to the regional finals!!
  2. 7 years ago today, UNT played it's final game at Fouts Field in a very exciting game against Kansas State. We got out to a quick start and an early lead. Fell behind as we flopped in the 2nd and early 3rd quarters. Made it a bit of a game in the late 3rd and 4th quarters, but we just couldn't catch up. It was a good game to be at. I still miss the smell of the kettle corn being made there in the stadium. But I'll take Apogee over it any day. I still love the new stadium.
  3. Former Houston head coach Dana Dimel didn't sugarcoat things when he said that he thought adding the Cougars to the Big 12 would be a bad move. Dimel, now the co-offensive coordinator at Kansas State, was the head coach at Houston for three years from 2000-2002. He didn't waste time getting to his point. "I think it would be really bad for everybody." Dimel's objection to Houston in the Big 12 is related mostly to recruiting. "You can recruit Houston. If they get into the Big 12 they will be tough to beat in recruiting, because of the proximity." Houston has exploded as a program under head coach Tom Herman, going 12-1 in 2015, his first year as a head coach. But perhaps more to Dimel's point, Herman has jump-started Houston's recruiting, moving them from the No. 92 class in 2015 to No. 35 in 2016, according to the 247 Composite Index. That 2016 class included five-star defensive tackle Ed Oliver, a local Houston product that picked the Cougars over teams like Alabama, Texas, LSU, Oklahoma and Texas A&M, as well as a whole host of others. The Cougars currently have the No. 35 class in the 2017 247 Composite Index rankings, but a move to the Big 12 would almost certainly cause that number to jump and give teams in the Big 12 and beyond another power conference competitor to worry about on the cutthroat Texas recruiting trail. read more:http://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2016/8/8/12406712/houston-big-12-dana-dimel-kansas-state
  4. MGB: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2014/08/k-state-transfer-epps-headed-to-unt.html/
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