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  1. Join fellow Mean Green fans as we watch North Texas take on Southern Miss from Fuzzy's Taco Shop in Allen! Kickoff is at 6:00 pm on Saturday, September 30th. This game is not televised, but we'll be streaming the game onto the big screen in the restaurant along with amplified audio. Come by and pick up schedule posters, magnets, sports bottles, etc. as well as enter the drawing for UNT Alumni door prizes. Winning entries drawn at half time. Fuzzy's is located at 790 W. Exchange, Suite 140, across the street from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Allen.
  2. NOTE: The game against Southern Miss is being broadcast on Fox College Sports. This is a little trickier to find than some might think. I know for at least some providers, FCS is part of a sports package that has to be purchased. DirecTV will not sell it to most public establishments. Don't get caught assuming that you will be able to see it at home or at your usual watering hole. Now, if you want to see the game, I've already scouted out Fuzzy's Taco Shop in Allen and they have purchased the Sports Pass package on Time Warner Cable. They even let me watch the replay of the NT/Rice game
  3. USM - MSU rematch in HoD Bowl Could their walk through the wilderness be near an end?
  4. In today’s sign that it isn’t easy being green, it appears that two Southern Miss players who contributed to the Golden Eagles slump-busting win over UNT just a few days ago are about to be declared ineligible. A couple of major national media outlets are reporting that Rasham Suarez and Jeremiah Eason won’t play for the Golden Eagles the rest of the year. That would be a huge hit for Southern Miss, which is seeing its program quickly slide into a huge hole after last year’s NIT season. Coach Donnie Tyndall left for Tennessee after the season. An NCAA investigation soon followed. S
  5. Thought I'd throw something positive out there. It's been a while. Roster Link WR James Cox US Olympian Michael Johnson The first 20 were pretty hard! I'll spend some time later trying to find something funny.
  6. North Texas will face Southern Miss at 6 p.m. on Saturday at Apogee Stadium in Denton. Here’s a quick scouting report of the Golden Eagles: Southern Miss: 2-4, 0-2 in Conference USA (Lost to Middle Tennessee 37-31 on Oct. 4) Key number: Four (Games this season in which UNT has allowed at least 38 points, including last week’s 56-21 loss to UAB in which the Blazers padded their offensive output by returning two interceptions and a fumble for touchdowns. Southern Miss is averaging only 18.8 points a game). Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2014/10/five-things-people-need-
  7. "Let's firm up our financial foundation, build our fan base and position ourselves for a bigger future. Our aspiration, let me clear, is to play at the highest level of Division-I athletics in the very best conference that we can play in and it remains to be seen where that is." "I'm going to be working everyday and everybody on this campus, I think certainly in the athletic department, will be working everyday to build a championship program in Conference USA while we're in it, while positioning ourselves for success beyond Conference USA." Read more: http://www.wdam.com/story/26122225/s
  8. Conference USA has seen schools come and go, but only one football program has been there throughout its 20 years and been a consistent winner – Southern Miss. Before the last two seasons of 1-23 football, USM ran off a string of 18 consecutive winnings, 16 of them coming in C-USA. That's why Southern Miss tops this C-USA Top 5, which ranks the top football programs in league history. USM has had its recent struggles, but top programs such as Louisville and East Carolina have also had miserable seasons in C-USA. Louisville went 1-10 in 1997 and ECU went a combined 3-20 from 2003-04.
  9. In his final season at Nebraska, Sadler’s last head-coaching job, his assistants were Wes Flanigan, David Anwar and Jeremy Cox. Flanigan is currently an assistant hours north of Hattiesburg at Mississippi State. Anwar is now at North Texas. Cox was hired at JUCO powerhouse Southern Idaho in 2013 but resigned after one season as head coach. eread more: http://www.clarionledger.com/story/sports/college/southern-miss/2014/05/02/sadler-says-staff-hires-near/8594363/
  10. Southern Miss will join Conference USA’s West Division next season, the league revealed when it released the conference matchups for the 2014 season on Monday. C-USA’s divisional setup began in 2005, and 2014 will mark the first time Southern Miss has competed in the West. Joining the Golden Eagles in the West are North Texas, UTEP, Rice, Louisiana Tech and UTSA. FIU, Florida Atlantic, Marshall, Middle Tennessee, Old Dominion, UAB and Western Kentucky comprise the East Division. Read more: http://www.hattiesburgamerican.com/article/20140204/SOUTHERNMISS/302040011/Football-Eagles-shif
  11. DENTON, Texas – For the first time in the Tony Benford era the North Texas basketball team will take the court with all of its scholarship players active and healthy, and they will need every one of them when one of Conference USA’s top squads comes to the Super Pit for the league opener on Thursday. It only took one minute into the 2012-13 season opener for the injury bug to bite the Mean Green. Brandan Walton broke his foot and missed the remainder of the year on one of NT’s first possessions. The injuries snowballed from there, and NT finished the season as the third most banged up team in
  12. For the first time in a long time, North Texas seems to have something going when it comes to its football program. One could feel it on Saturday night after the Mean Green knocked off Louisiana Tech. UNT’s players gathered in the corner of the field at Aillet Stadium and started familiar “North … Texas” back-and-forth cheer with a pretty sizable crowd of fans who made the trip. The celebration in the locker room was a little more spirited as well, judging by what UNT’s players and coaches had to say. And why not? UNT has won back-to-back games for the first time since 2004 an
  13. HATTIESBURG, Miss. — As the news got out that Todd Monken had taken the job in December, the texts began rolling in: Congrats. Good luck. You'll do well. Stuff like that. Several of them, though, ended with a cryptic string: SMTTT "I'm trying to figure out the code," Monken recalled. "Nowadays with text messaging, people come up with all sorts of stuff you can't figure out, right? Little letters, 'CUL8R,' and you're trying to figure out what it means, you know?" He figured, correctly, the first part was "Southern Miss." But after that? No clue. "I thought it might be Terri, Todd an
  14. Southern Miss has been reminded of its winless 2012 season before the first block or tackle of this year has been thrown. The Golden Eagles were picked to finish fifth out of eight teams in the Conference USA East Division, in preseason predictions by league coaches and released last week by the C-USA office. Heading into Wednesday's C-USA Media Day at the Marriott in Irving, Texas, first-year coach Todd Monken has more than preseason predictions on his mind. ''I want each one of our players to be concerned about being a better football player and person. That's it,'' Monken said. ''I
  15. There is also the never-ending anxiety among fans about the school's current home in Conference USA, which has been diluted by departures to larger leagues. When asked about how much of a priority it is to find better conference affiliation, Bennett preferred that the athletic department focus on the task at hand rather than fretting over its current conference. "Conference USA is a good conference and I don't think we'll ever underestimate where are, nor do I think we ought to underestimate the level of competition that we are going to face this upcoming season in Conference USA," Ben
  16. Bill McGillis of South Florida was introduced as new Southern Miss athletic director today at the Trent Lott Center. Bill McGillis is a seasoned and experienced athletic administrator who has a proven record of helping student-athletes accomplish their academic and athletic goals, university president Rodney Bennett said at McGillis' introductory press conference today. He has built winning programs that compete at the highest levels, and has the ability to develop strong relationships with stakeholders. I have no doubt that Bill is the right person to best build on our tradition of athletic
  17. I think this is a good, hard hitting article that gets to the gist of the situation at Southern Miss and many other schools in the gang of 5: Let me preface this article to say that, Make It Rain Sports is a sports outlet that lives on the edge. We are often confrontational and not afraid to hit emotional topics within the world of sports. This is in no way intended to belittle or insult the University of Southern Mississippi sports program as we love the fine alumni and supporters of the Golden Eagles. Having said that, we look at the facts and give our opinion as we continue to, Make it
  18. Johnson, a longtime defensive coordinator in the SEC, has served as a head coach three times in his career. The job at Southern Miss, however, was his biggest opportunity. He coached there as the defensive coordinator in 1988 and 1989, when the Golden Eagles were an independent team in the NCAA. "We could get some players in school that could not be admitted to the Southeastern Conference schools," Johnson recalls. "We probably had a dozen players on our football team that were big-time SEC players." Times have changed, but that didn't stop the Eagles from finishing 12-2 in 2011. The success
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