Category: Basketball Recaps

Recapping The Week: Dec 16, 2010

A loss. A win. A loss to Sam Houston on the road in which the Bearkats never trailed. A win vs Jackson State at home in which we never trailed. It is good to see the guys bounce back from that ass-beating to hand out their own. This is the good and bad of college… Read more »

North Texas 89 Grambling 78

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 game. Tristan Thompson continued his scoring tear this year. The bad news: Grambling got back into the game a little bit before UNT took back control and pushed the lead… Read more »

Bobcats and Kids – A Magical Adventure: UNT 81 – Tx State 77

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… Read more »

North Texas 92 -Texas Tech 83

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… Read more »

Watching the Tourney- North Texas Loses 62-82

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 a shot off that wasn’t by Tristan Thompson or Odufuwa. We needed a guy that could cash some threes to open it up (like Clemente’s speed and shooting did) and… Read more »

Josh White on Game Winning Shot

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 shots would be like JW’s here. He would go up, float for a sec and then shoot. It was frustrating the first time I played him one-on-one. I knew I… Read more »