Bowl projections are most fun when they are the most exciting thing awaiting a football program. This weekend’s championship game rematch with FAU supersedes any bowl talk at the moment. Still, every publication has a Bowl Projection list. We will spare you the rehashing of those, but many indicators suggest North Texas will be bowling… Read more »
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North Texas has yet to play a perfect game this season, but this team has not needed perfect games to pile up wins. Rice was picked by seemingly every national personality to pull the upset because North Texas ‘had nothing to play for.’ After Mason Fine threw a pick six early, it sure looked like… Read more »
Quickest of looks at recruiting.
Brett Vito wrote a pretty standard column on Sunday — one that was unsurprising, uninspired, and added nothing new to the conversation. As best as I can tell, this is the reason a good number of Mean Green fans disliked it. To be sure, a good amount of the internet grumbling stems from the tenuous… Read more »
North Texas beat La Tech in Ruston to clinch bowl eligibility and take control of the West division.
Mason Fine saw the rush, stepped up, scrambled to his left. He found daylight to his left and sprinted toward it. He began his slide and NT was safely in the win column following some cursory kneels. Why was NT in need of a 3rd-and-8 scramble to win things? Well the reason is a long… Read more »
We have to close the book on the last game. It will be useful to look back when and if the time comes where FAU is the opponent. Until then there is much to play for and little to learn from continually picking at the scab. Still, lots of questions were asked, fireings were suggested,… Read more »
NT is about a third of the way through the season and so it is a good time to get a feel for how this team will project the rest of the way. NT opened with a good mix of non-conference foes — an FCS, a Power 5, and a fellow G5 member on the… Read more »
Boy howdy. That really did escalate quickly. Courtland Sutton continued his 2-year campaign of destruction over NT in his 8-catch, 163-yard, 4-TD domination to go with last year’s 4-catch 162-yard, 3-TD effort in Denton. So it goes. No one who followed the program had any illusions about stopping him completely, as he is a problem… Read more »