Tag: FAU

Wright Waters and Louisiana-Lafayette

I know. I didn’t even mention the last game vs FAU. Sorry. I was cheating on you. In any case we have an important game coming up. Louisiana (as they prefer to be called) is on a five game win streak. Yeah. I’m surprised, too. As much trouble as I have rustling up interest for…

Linking: Revisit 2010, Todd Dodge’s New Home and More

Football Study Hall This is a good, objective look back on last year. It is fairy accurate (he missed some of the details) and provides the statistical version of the story your local season ticket holder would tell you without the harping on the use of tight ends. Quick version: UNT was predictable on offense.…

A Win Is A Win: USA vs UNT

Full disclosure: I left at halftime. Not because I was anti-basketball nor because it wasn’t entertaining. No, I had my own sporting adventure to partake in. So, I missed the mini-comeback that was the win vs USA. After typing that abbreviation I finally understand the Team USA inspired threads they were rocking out there.

Drubbing at the Diddle. WKU in a blowout

Not much changed from the first half. That zone killed our offense enough for WKU to turn the lead into 20 points and keep it there for most of the balance of the game. The full-court press we put on served only to speed up the game. From there, the two teams were just trading…

Take On Me and FAU Ends the 17 game Home Streak

As we left the Pit tonight some dude was humming along to the arena music. Then he started singing along with it, “Saaake on meee.” That pretty much summed up the night for me. That guy, like the team, was close but not quite close enough. I made the comment on the twitters that North…

The Snow Game

Tonight we will see who wins in the battle of Snow & Ice vs Cabin Fever. Denton, like fellow North Texan cities, has been jailed by the snowy, icy weather. My cousin-in-law has already succumbed to the cold and has canceled his scheduled trip to the Super Pit tonight. It will be a little easier for me.…

Innovative Defense

I’ll admit right now that I don’t know how to coach a defense. My only experience was as a high school defensive back — for a very short period of time. So with that said, I probably learned more about schemes and the such from our mutual friend the Internet than anywhere else (but that…

NT 40 FAU 44

The cries for the backup quarterback have begun! … and I think they are unfounded. But, lets rate them anyway! Riley Dodge: Good: Last night KiDodge went 4/7 for 117 yards. Most of those (69) coming of a bubble screen to Jamaal Jackson. No interceptions and he avoided pressure and turned it into some yardage.…