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How can SFA get basketball players that can take Duke into two overtime periods?  And we get nada.

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SFA won... Its all about getting the right players. They have them and we are far from what SFA, UTA, and SMU have built. 

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 It is incredibly frustrating as a NT fan that we are going on a combined 100 years since we’ve beaten a ranked team in football or men’s basketball. 

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It feels like March. That was a fun game to watch. SFA has good size across the board.

They bring in assistant coaches from the Bill Self coaching tree.

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12 minutes ago, MeanMag said:

It feels like March. That was a fun game to watch. SFA has good size across the board.

They bring in assistant coaches from the Bill Self coaching tree.

Size and and athleticism go a long way in the college game. Maybe one day we will figure that out and right the ship... 🤷🏼‍♂️ We have the speed and quick hands, but we lack the other two. 😕 

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Pick your sport at UNT.  We have a hard time getting difference makers that produce conference champions to come to UNT.  Something is terribly wrong with how UNT is perceived when it comes to recruiting good athletics.

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Just now, DeepGreen said:

Pick your sport at UNT.  We have a hard time getting difference makers that produce conference champions to come to UNT.  Something is terribly wrong with how UNT is perceived when it comes to recruiting good athletics.

Well, there's one sport that we don't....

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15 minutes ago, Mean Green Matt said:

Well, there's one sport that we don't....

Women’s soccer? For sure, but think bigger than that.

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1 hour ago, DeepGreen said:

Pick your sport at UNT.  We have a hard time getting difference makers that produce conference champions to come to UNT.  Something is terribly wrong with how UNT is perceived when it comes to recruiting good athletics.

Because we are a music and fine arts school...nobody else around here does it this way, but we always have and always will

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5 hours ago, untjim1995 said:

Because we are a music and fine arts school...nobody else around here does it this way, but we always have and always will

I don’t believe being a fine arts or music school has any bearing on our inability to recruit quality athletes. They could care less.  

The real problem is this: We have coaches that lack the ability to think BIG. To set the goal HIGH. We have people that lack vision to create dreams and then to creatively and effectively sell those dreams to the best athletes. We’re small because we think small. 

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12 hours ago, meangreenbob said:

I don’t believe being a fine arts or music school has any bearing on our inability to recruit quality athletes. They could care less.  

The real problem is this: We have coaches that lack the ability to think BIG. To set the goal HIGH. We have people that lack vision to create dreams and then to creatively and effectively sell those dreams to the best athletes. We’re small because we think small. 

I agree on the 2nd part, but we are for sure more of a fine arts and music school. Hundreds of foreign people come to UNT because of their academics.

One day (I hope) that starts to move to athletics. Not all the way though 

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