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Harry

Amazing North Texas Hoops Stat from 2017-18

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1 hour ago, greenminer said:

It's obv based on this guy's timeline that he has some connection to UNT.  Is he alumn?

Yeah got my Master's in 2015, and was a manager with the MBB program for the 14-15 season under Coach Benford.

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4 hours ago, Winkler_Mason said:

was a manager with the MBB program for the 14-15 season under Coach Benford.

Thoughts and prayers. 

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5 hours ago, Winkler_Mason said:

Yeah got my Master's in 2015, and was a manager with the MBB program for the 14-15 season under Coach Benford.

Does that mean he was a Waterboy?

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