Tag: Marcus Trice

Marcus Trice in All-Star Game

Fan fave and my favorite follow on twitter Marcus Trice will play in the All-Star Bowl on Valentines Day. Just accepted my invitation to the College All Star Bowl in South Carolina @theallstarbowl. Tune in to CBS Sports Feb. 14! #GOG #GoMeanGreen — Marcus Trice (@MTrice8) February 3, 2014 I can’t think of anyone rooting… Read more »

CUSA Nov 4 2013 Players of the Week

You knew Brelan Chancellor was going to win Special Teams player of the week for that PR TD against Rice on Halloween. He did. You also knew that Marcus Trice’s forced fumble, and two-interception day would win him the DPOW right? Wrong. That went to a guy with three interceptions. As if Trice didn’t already… Read more »

Film Room: Stopping The Run

Much was made of the Rice team’s ability to run the ball. North Texas’ defense did a hell of a job corralling that phase of the game, and despite allowing Charles Ross 101 yards, Rice’s run game wasn’t much of a factor. They couldn’t run when they needed to (ahem, goal line?) and most of… Read more »

North Texas 28 Rice 16 — BOWL ELIGIBILITY!

pic via @Christin_Nicole My favorite statistic is this one: North Texas has only allowed one touchdown in the second half in the last five games. That includes tonight’s game. Rice scored their last touchdown (and point) with nine minutes remaining in the second quarter to take a 16-7 lead. Tonight was epic. It was amazing…. Read more »

North Texas 34 Ball State 27 — 9.14.13

A few things stand out from that epic comeback against formerly 2-0 Ball State. Some of those things are Derek Thompson running for the go-ahead TD, Laramie Lee putting the hurt on everyone on the Cardinals WR corps, and the 92 freaking plays we ran. The latter was indicative of our newly effective offense. UNT… Read more »

Fight Song #BeatHouston

This is awesome. I don’t know if Fight Songs have ever not been corny. Ours was written in 1939 — a time when Over The Rainbow was the top song in the country. That is no lie, folks. So with thanks to the Traditions page on UNT’s site, here are the words: Let’s give a… Read more »