Nope. Didn’t bring this guy The good news: North Texas controlled the game fairly well, played good defense, knocked down their shots and won the…
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Well the rival school from the UT system came to town, bringing their freshly blazer’d spirit group in tow.
That is them up there.
The game was a North Texas dominated affair for most of the game. It was almost the opposite of the game down in San Marcos, complete with UTA making a nice little run with four minutes to go. There are a lot of ways to interpret this one and I’ll leave the majority of that to you, dear reader:
|The Fearsome Bobcat Student Section|
Ed note: North Texas played the mighty Texas State Bobcats in San Marcos while K-State (and a crapload of Kansans) visited Fouts. Intrepid blogger and UNT alum (and apparent Aggie fan?) Quoner, aka Brians_Song reports:
Have you ever taken a child to a sporting event? I hadn’t. My experience with children at games was simple: scan my seating area for children and then adjust speech/alcohol intake accordingly. So, when my seven year-old nephew decided to join me, my father-in-law and wife at the North Texas vs. Texas State game, I didn’t know what I was in for. Could I still yell? How often will the kid need to pee? Will he get bored 10 minutes in? Also, will a kid who has only been to two Houston Rockets games get into a game with about 300 people watching in an empty stadium with a giant white wall on one end of the court?
|Josh White: Beast|
Already being called the most amazing atmosphere at the SuperPit — and maybe at a UNT venue ever– the win versus the Red Raiders was many things — a statement, a big win, a great way to start the season — but most of all it was fun. Yeah. Fun.
It had a little drama, a lot of action, a little underdog (literally) and a great finish. Oh what a finish.
I hugged a stranger.
That kind of finish.
I’ll be cracking lame jokes on Twitter Check back for updates on the biggest game in UNT history! Their defense was beastly. We couldn’t get…
His shot reminded me of this guy that used to live in my neighborhood. He was shorter than me but could freakin jump. All his…