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  1. Calhoun City, Mississippi, is a small dot on the map. The population of the tiny town about an hour northwest of Starkville registered at a shade over 1,700 in the 2016 census. But Calhoun City is home for North Texas senior cornerback Kemon Hall. "Calhoun City is a small little town, but the country life allowed me to learn a lot from a lot of the older people in town," Hall said. "There are a lot of people that I look up to there and they have always been there for me." One of Hall's biggest passions off the field has played a big role in his life, and has provided parallel
  2. http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/football/2015/09/21/dan-mccarney-returns-kinnick-stadium-underdog/72575842/ Dan McCarney has brought his football team to Kinnick Stadium facing long odds before. In 1998, Iowa State was a 28-point underdog and expected to lose a 16th straight game in the series with Iowa. McCarney's Cyclones pulled off the upset, 27-9, a game that turned a one-sided sleeper of a series into a rivalry again. McCarney, now in his fifth season as the head coach at North Texas, returns to Kinnick Stadium as a 26-point underdog Saturday.
  3. Although the calendar turns a page to July today, we are still over 2 months away from kicking off the 2015 season. A bit early perhaps but maybe it's time for some season win-loss record predictions in the midst of these dog days of summer... With green-tinted goggles on and a pitcher of green kool-aid at my side: IDLE - aren't we undefeated against "bye", "open", and "idle"? I'm no fan of starting the season off without football, but at least our unblemished record against this foe will stay intact at SMU - W . Mac gets an extra week to get our boys up for our cross-plex rival Rice - L . The
  4. in the Coaches Preseason Poll http://sportspolls.usatoday.com/ncaa/football/polls/coaches-poll I wonder what Coach Mac's ballot looked like, since he's a voter in this poll
  5. Congratulations to coach and the team for winning the conference championship this morning!! Just a day (week, whichever you prefer) after the women's soccer team claimed the first CUSA title, the men's cross country team collected #2. Keep 'em comin! results: http://branchsportstech.com/2014_Meets/xc/11-01-conferenceusa/Web/Results.php?EN=1&SN=F&ST=Official&EID=63317467e91046f9a1de61ced1f74234 article: http://www.meangreensports.com/sports/c-xc/recaps/110114aae.html ...now only if we could make some noise in the two big sports - football and men's basketball...
  6. Well my friends, I've had some time to process this and really think about what we witnessed on Saturday and count me in with the "happy" camp. Granted, I'm not planning any parade routes or anything ridiculous like that, but I am feeling overall "pretty decent" about what took place in Athens. And while I'm feeling pretty "not sucky" about the whole thing, there are definitely some areas for concern. Here are some things I took from that game. 1. Jub Jub can make one heck of a football call. Due to a family trip on the bride's side of the family that was planned several months ago, I list
  7. http://shop.neweracap.com/Mens/Sport_ncaa/Team_North-Texas-Mean-Green I'm not very into this style, but it looks pretty decent. The quality of their stuff seems to be quite good, if you're into that sort of thing.
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