Author: Adam

Adam

Adam is Editor of MGN. Complain to him if you have a problem. UNT alumnus and internet-er extraordinaire.

Survive and Advance, North Texas Women Win Again

North Texas is the CUSA Tourney Cinderella squad and pulled off an upset of 3rd ranked La Tech on International Women’s Day. Combined with yesterday’s upset of 6th ranked Charlotte and you have a North Texas Women’s team primed for a showdown against WKU in prime time. The turnout for the men against Tech last… Read more »

Jeff Wilson at the NFL Combine

Jeff Wilson went to the combine this week and put up 15 reps on the bench press. He is reportedly saving his other tests — the 40, vertical etc — for the NT pro day. This is all on the advice of doctors. NFL.com’s Lance Lierlein has him as a priority free agent coming out… Read more »

Spring Practice 2018

The football team began Spring practice only because technically they are the Spring semester. We are still in winter until March 20th. The Spring game, now moved to the 24th of March — a Saturday — is rightly named. However, for the plants, Spring has started in some parts of Texas already. The nature of… Read more »

UNT Students Approve Athletics Fee Increase

The student service fee referendum passed after a hearing on the matter on Monday Feb 19th, 2018. The details are posted on the student affairs sit hosted at unt.edu. The details of the complaints were revealed and the decisions from the Election Board on the matters are posted. The first item on the Agenda was… Read more »

Athletic Fee Vote Held Up A Second Time

SGA Tweet: On February 16, 2018 at 5:00pm., the Election Board received a formal complaint regarding the 2018 SGA/GSC Intercollegiate Atheltics and Student Service Fee Referendum. The hearing will be held within 72 hours of the time the complaint was submitted. The involved parties will be notified of the complaint immediately so that the hearing… Read more »

Mean Green Tough But Fall Short Twice

North Texas played a weekend combination of games that summated the team’s status in the league: good enough to run with the best but struggling enough to fall short. The Grant McGasland era has begun and has been endlessly praised by any and all who encounter the Mean Green basketball team. The future looks bright… Read more »

Tough Losses and Encouraging Signs

We all hoped that Grant McGasland would bring some of the magic that saw Arkansas State get to 20 wins last year. At the very least we hoped for a team that would be competitive and exciting. Halfway through the game on Saturday against Middle Tennessee, the league’s number one team and likely Tournament entrant… Read more »