Let’s take a look at the offense in detail. It is the worst since 2008. The worst passing offense since 2010. The worst run game since 2011.
Tag: Riley Dodge
The start of the season is upon us. How do you feel? Compared to last year, this season should fill you with dread. Maybe disillusionment. Looking from last July 26th, I was reasonably pessimistic about this 2011 season. Papa Dodge had loaded up for one last hurrah in 2010 and much depended on it. Multiple… Read more »
Arkansas State’s Martavius Adams came into this game averaging 12.6 points per game. He scored 4 tonight. I can’t say much for the other games he has played this year as I am not a Ark State fan. I can say that I watched him loaf around the Super Pit tonight and look all kinds… Read more »
It feels like we lost by more. With Troy carrying that sad little 3-13 record coming in and big bad North Texas with the 14-3 mark I was thinking that we should go and handle our business. Well, Troy did the business-handling. For whatever reason NT couldn’t stop them in the second half, allowing them… Read more »
So who do we have to replace Riles? Here, in no particular order, are the guys that are on/will be on the roster:
Riley Dodge doing stuff Per MGR, espndallas and MGB, Riley: “I have loved my time at North Texas. I have many friends and teammates that I will miss greatly. I hope all the best for North Texas football as it enters a new era and a great new stadium. Under the circumstances that I have… Read more »
Should we keep the guy based of the 33-6 beat down over perennial fodder Western Kentucky? The answer is no. Should we keep the guy if he runs off three or four wins against the conference plus K-State? The answer is maybe. Will we?
The ridiculousness continues. Brett Vito says Riley has broken his non-throwing wrist. Our top three quarterbacks have been injured. According to Todd Dodge, Chase Baine will be taking the primary snaps this week in preparation for the self-hating Arkansas State Red Wolves. Not good news for this star-crossed team. To be fair, Dodge may be able to… Read more »