It has been a relatively news-free summer for the football program and all things considered, that is a good thing. Coaches are famously drama-averse and the lack of off-field issues will make preparing for the new season much easier. Of course, the paranoid among us will be concerned that maybe things are going too smoothly…. Read more »
Link The average artificial field surface is replaced every six to eight years, and the 2017 season was the seventh for Apogee’s original turf. The athletic department’s commitment to player safety coupled with the condition of the existing turf has led North Texas athletics to make this change ahead of the 2018 season. The post… Read more »
From the DRC: UNT’s new basketball offices, as they were originally constructed, pale in comparison to the area the programs vacated inside the Coliseum. Those offices more closely mirror the standard in college basketball. That is … not good. Chalk this up to the previous regime, which apparently did not consult at least one end… Read more »
In the past couple of days North Texas Mens Basketball program has gone from 1 open scholarship to 4! Shane Temara graduated. A.J. Lawson, Allante Holston, and Khalil Fuller all decided to transfer out. So that leaves the question who is coming in? Well North Texas has yet to receive a commitment for their 2018… Read more »
AJ Lawson left the program under good terms with the staff. We take a quick look at the situation and why he likely left.
North Texas basketball won the CBI Tournament Final 88-77 in a game that meant very little nationally, but very much to the program. Cheap jokes were made, but the uninformed only ever have surface level observations. To truly understand a moment one has to pay attention to the details. The CBI is not prestigious, but… Read more »
Sometime after the game wrapped on Wednesday night, Your Favorite Blogger (YFB) decided to put off a hastily written recap to enjoy time with his family. Work emergencies, snooze buttons, and the movement of the earth through time and space later, it is the day of game three and no recap is in draft form…. Read more »
We have to use a different set of sports fan skills in (over)reacting to the game one loss last night. Typically college sports is all about the singular moment of a handful of games. One shining moment, etc. The CBI’s unusual three-game final series is unique in this regard. I like it, as it spreads… Read more »