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  1. MGB: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2016/05/breaking-villarreal-out-as-unts-athletic-director.html/
  2. UNT athletic director Rick Villarreal will receive a base salary of $275,000 with an annual $100,000 retention bonus and a $7,200 car allowance beginning on Sept. 1, 2013, under terms of his new contract that will run through Feb. 28, 2017. Villarreal will receive a $250,000 base salary and a $50,000 retention bonus for the school year beginning on Sept. 1. His salary from March 1 to Aug. 31 will be $228,000, a prorated portion of his base pay. The last of Villarreal’s three scheduled $100,000 bonuses during the term of the contract will be paid on Sept. 1, 2015. The contract also includes performance incentives for both academic success and seasons in which UNT’s teams win conference titles or reach the postseason. Read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/colleges/north-texas-headlines/20120606-notebook-paris-linebacker-orally-commits-to-unt.ece
  3. North Texas will soon be hiring a third permanent head football coach since 2006 and a number of vocal university stakeholders don’t want athletic director Rick Villarreal making the hire, citing his history of choices to lead the school’s major sports programs since taking over the athletic department in 2001. “Under the leadership of athletic director Rick Villarreal, we have become birds of pray,” reads a postcard sent to school president Neal Smatresk. The card shows an imposing eagle representing the school’s mascot overlooking the words. Another alum said he was part of a group that has purchased an airplane banner that will circle Apogee Stadium preceding today’s 6 p.m. home game with UT San Antonio. Its message: Fire Villarreal. Their list of grievances are headed by a record in football and men’s basketball — the “money” sports — and women’s basketball that is 133 games under .500 under Villarreal-hired coaches. In football, following the controversial firing of Darrell Dickey in 2006, the program is 28-74 under Todd Dodge and Dan McCarney, who was fired five games into this season. The Mean Green enters today’s game 0-7 overall and 0-4 in Conference USA. UTSA is 1-6, 1-2. View full article Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/sports/college/football/article41992233.html#storylink=cpy
  4. UNT is among the first schools in the country that is looking for a new coach this season after parting ways with McCarney five games into his fifth season. UNT will pay a $2.1 million buyout to McCarney, a UNT official confirmed. The school has time to consider its options, which could help in the process, one UNT hopes to have wrapped up in the next few weeks. “You don’t want to interrupt their run,” Villarreal said of coaches currently working with their teams. “That does not mean we have not started looking at who is qualified. My intention is to have someone in place right after the season is over.” There are a series of key points in college football calendar year that will arrive quickly following the Mean Green’s final game of the season, a Nov. 28 showdown with UTEP at Apogee Stadium. The midterm signing period for junior college players begins Dec. 16. “There are so many things involved,” Villarreal said. “The new coach has to hire a staff. They have to get to know the lay of the land. I want to get a coach in as soon as we can. You get into a short window with junior college players.” read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/sports-headlines/20151019-villarreal-unt-wants-offensive-minded-coach.ece
  5. Louisiana Tech received three official applications for its vacant athletic director position as of Wednesday evening, according to information obtained through a public records request. Applicants include Jason Bullock, president of JPS Aviation; Brad Pietz, assistant director of the Arkansas State University Convocation Center; and Stan Williamson, athletic director at West Alabama. Tech president Les Guice said this past week that he wanted to hire an athletics director within “two to three weeks.” Tech spokesman Dave Guerin said Thursday that time line is still expected to be followed. Brad Pietz handles marketing at the convocation center after serving as Arkansas State’s assistant athletic director of development (2007-12), which included fundraising duties.His background includes Southern Illinois University (director of ticket operations), the CenturyTel Center in Bossier City (box office supervisor) and University of North Texas (ticket manager). Read more: http://www.shreveporttimes.com/article/20130712/SPORTS0203/307120014/Three-apply-La-Tech-AD-position
  6. Read more: http://www.ktsm.com/sports/utep-announces-2012-athletic-hall-fame-inductees
  7. Austin Schubert / Staff Writer - The UNT Athletic Department addressed the impact of the university's acceptance of an invitation to join Conference USA in a press conference Friday afternoon, expressing excitement about what the move will do for UNT. "It's a big day for us," UNT President V. Lane Rawlins said. "It's not something unexpected. The right things in life happen when you do the right things and we've been doing the right things." The move to Conference USA helps elevate theuniversity's athletic program to a higher level, UNT Athletic Director Rick Villarreal said. "I always believed that [...] View the full article
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