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5 bold predictions for North Texas in 2019 by DMN

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I like to see Mason have a year where he challenges the most passing yards in a season.  I think he did that he would have a better shot at some of the national awards, and we probably have one hell of a season.

https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/leaders/pass-yds-player-season.html

1 B.J. Symons* 5833 2003 Texas Tech
2 Graham Harrell* 5705 2007 Texas Tech
3 Case Keenum* 5671 2009 Houston
4 Case Keenum* 5631 2011 Houston
5 Colt Brennan* 5549 2006 Hawaii
6 Ty Detmer 5188 1990 Brigham Young
7 David Klingler 5140 1990 Houston
8 Graham Harrell* 5111 2008 Texas Tech
99 Mason Fine* 4052 2017 North Texas
100 Tyler Sheehan* 4051 2009 Bowling Green Sta

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4 minutes ago, dml7007 said:

I like to see Mason have a year where he challenges the most passing yards in a season.  I think he did that he would have a better shot at some of the national awards, and we probably have one hell of a season.

https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/leaders/pass-yds-player-season.html

1 B.J. Symons* 5833 2003 Texas Tech
2 Graham Harrell* 5705 2007 Texas Tech
3 Case Keenum* 5671 2009 Houston
4 Case Keenum* 5631 2011 Houston
5 Colt Brennan* 5549 2006 Hawaii
6 Ty Detmer 5188 1990 Brigham Young
7 David Klingler 5140 1990 Houston
8 Graham Harrell* 5111 2008 Texas Tech
99 Mason Fine* 4052 2017 North Texas
100 Tyler Sheehan* 4051 2009 Bowling Green Sta

I highly doubt that happens. SL has proven he likes to run the football. To hit these marks in this list, you have to be an absolute true air raid and run it pretty rarely. Getting to 4K yards in this offense is a big deal because I think SL will typically have a back flirting with 1k yards. 

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6 hours ago, GreenN'walinsVet said:

not exactly...these are Vito's bold predictions.  not the DMN

I think the Dallas News owns the DRC.  Could be wrong.

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8 hours ago, greenminer said:

I think the Dallas News owns the DRC.  Could be wrong.

I believe the Pattersons of Denton, long time DRC owners previously,  bought the DRC back from the DMN so that it is now locally owned again. Can't speak for Brett Vito but I believe he provides stories to the DMN from his position with the DRC. 

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