Tag: Todd Dodge
The Dan McCarney Era at North Texas
Right now everything is in front of the program. There is still fall camp, an early bye (no game on Labor Day weekend) and a close away game to start the season. Things are looking good. Greg has been a one-man preview machine the last few weeks and his enthusiasm reminds me that I am not nearly… Read 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…. Read more »
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 »
UNT v Rice That was kind of a horrible game. Thanks to Tristan Thompson and a successful full-court press, North Texas squeaked away with a win.
The Super Pit After introducing the Phog last Friday for the game at Kansas, its time to talk a little about the UNT Coliseum, the Super Pit.
That’d be the Phog and the Phog Phog Allen was born Forrest Clare Allen in 1885. Which would make him125 years old, yesterday. Who is this man that led the University of Kansas to name their basketball arena after him? Well, he was pretty awesome. A quick browse of his Wikipedia page lets us know that he won… Read more »
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 »
I’ll admit that I had some hopes for this year’s squad after the performances vs Clemson and Rice. I almost thought that Todd Dodge had a chance to save his job. Games like this make me wonder if he could have, in fact, done so. If we played the “Coming into this season, if I… Read more »