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  1. I love that guy! What a great ambassador for North Texas and the Mean Green
  2. Undrafted free agent Marcus Trice is an intriguing prospect. He's short (5'8") and stocky (193 pounds), but had a nose for the ball at North Texas. College Football Reference had him down for 5 interceptions, 9 passes defended, 3 forced fumbles, 4.5 tackles for loss including a sack and 91 total tackles. The Bears list him at defensive back, so he may project to nickleback as well. Read more: http://www.windycitygridiron.com/2014/7/31/5955031/chicago-bears-2014-position-battles-safety
  3. Marcus Trice – S Why would a rookie tryout player draw much attention? They normally shouldn’t because they are typically no more than extra bodies for training camp. In the case of safety Marcus Trice though, it could be a different story. Coming out of North Texas, he is small in every well from his school down to his 5’8″ frame. At the same time he clearly had talent because he was originally recruited at Oklahoma. Further view of the game tape shows a player with athleticism and speed who always seems to be around the football and also plays his best games against the best comp
  4. UNT safety Marcus Trice will be headed to a rookie mini camp with the Chicago Bears in the next few days, bringing the number of newly-minted Mean Green graduates who will get a shot in the NFL to three. Brelan Chancellor signed a rookie free agent contract with the Chargers, while Zach Orr will go to camp with the Ravens. Here’s today’s story. The reaction to UNT not having a player picked has been pretty strong. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2014/05/follow-up-draft-thoughts-mac-on-drought-trice-to-camp.html/
  5. UNT fans will be talking about the Mean Green’s win over UNLV in the Heart of Dallas Bowl for years. The win — and the Mean Green’s breakout season in general — changed the course of the program. We will share our thoughts on how over the next few weeks/months. Before we do, we ought to stop to consider the legacy of UNT’s senior class. We wrote about it quite a bit in the days leading up to the Heart of Dallas Bowl and in the wake of UNT’s win in the paper. What we haven’t done is talk about it much on the blog — a place where we can be a little more opinionated. Read more
  6. Marcus Trice started under the overhang in the end zone and jogged slowly onto the green turf at Apogee Stadium, just like the rest of his senior teammates. Most met their mothers and fathers on senior day at North Texas, while others were welcomed by girlfriends or grandparents Trice ran into the arms of what looked like a family reunion before the Mean Greens home finale against Texas-San Antonio on Nov. 23. Ann and Pierre Givens, his aunt and uncle, were there, as were Ed and Tina Taylor, family friends who served as his legal guardians since 2008, and their son Darius Taylor, a friend
  7. http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2012/08/video-marcus-trice-jeremy-phillips-talk-about-two-a-days.html/
  8. We are closing in on the beginning of two-a-days pretty quickly, and as the days run down, I will be continuing a series of blog posts on key players for UNT this season. There are some that come to mind right off the bat — Derek Thompson was the first name on the list. Others are a little easier to overlook. Marcus Trice is one of those players. There was a lot of excitement when he transferred to UNT from Oklahoma, but months have gone by since. He sat out last year as a transfer and practiced with the team. He had better be ready to go because he is going to have to be a key piece
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