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BRETT GEMAS TO HOUSTON

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PER FOOTBALL SCOOP

 

Houston: Dana Holgorsen has hired North Texas director of creative content Brett Gemas as Houston’s director of creative media.

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1 minute ago, ntmeangreen11 said:

This is a pretty big deal, what a bummer.

He did a great job for us.

He was the best we ever had... huge loss 😞

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2 minutes ago, MeanGreenTexan said:

This could not have been about money.

Let’s hope not.

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19 minutes ago, El Paso Eagle said:

Off his twitter, he says his Fiancee just got accepted to a school in Galveston  

A job like his could be done remotely though. I wish they could’ve worked something out.

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18 minutes ago, NorthTexasWeLove said:

Get him replaced immediately by someone with equal or greater talent. In every facet, there's always someone better. 

Exactly. We will miss him but if you find someone to live up to the standard that was set by Brett then we will be good to go.

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Cougarbitch must be beside himself right now. Does he gloat because his favorite school hired someone from NT, or drink bleach because they wanted someone from NT?

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College of Visual Arts at North Texas can send in a good replacement...it is a quality program.

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2 hours ago, El Paso Eagle said:

PER FOOTBALL SCOOP

 

Houston: Dana Holgorsen has hired North Texas director of creative content Brett Gemas as Houston’s director of creative media.

Damn, couldn't they have just taken Seth?!?

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Y'all, don't define how good we have it by how bad it used to be.

We can find another graphic designer and it was probably about money

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2 hours ago, El Paso Eagle said:

Off his twitter, he says his Fiancee just got accepted to a school in Galveston  

Only two schools in Galveston that I know of.  UT Medical School and Texas A & M Galveston.

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15 minutes ago, DeepGreen said:

Only two schools in Galveston that I know of.  UT Medical School and Texas A & M Galveston.

I believe its UT's PA program 

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I will say this, IMO, Wren does not seem to be one that will "lower the bar" for the replacement. I truly believe his replacement will be excellent 

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UNT has had incompetent/complacent people at all of the levels of management regarding athletics for decades.  They  continued the status quo of filling many of the important positions in the AD with mediocre performers at best. 

Well, that's no longer the case. 

I realize that losing Brett is a big loss, but I'm confident that if a qualified replacement is available, we'll get him.

Sounds like he's doing this for personal reasons, so I hope the best for Brett.

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6 hours ago, Rudy said:

Cougarbitch must be beside himself right now. Does he gloat because his favorite school hired someone from NT, or drink bleach because they wanted someone from NT?

Hoping for the latter

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I hate losing him, but I have to believe there is someone out there that can pick up where he left off and continue the great work. 

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