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    COLUMN: How much slack should Austin Aune have this season?

COLUMN: How much slack should Austin Aune have this season?

All indications from head football coach Seth Littrell seem to show redshirt-sophomore Austin Aune as the frontrunner to be the starting quarterback in 2021. Littrell said as much at the Coaches Caravan in June when he said the job was Aune’s to “go out there and take.” While Aune will

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    C-USA Kickoff provides look forward as football season approaches

C-USA Kickoff provides look forward as football season approaches

With the first football game now just over a month away, Conference USA had its first media availability of the new season recently at the C-USA Kickoff. Each C-USA football team was represented by its head coach and two players over the two-day event last week which split the conference’s

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    BREAKING: Soccer releases its fall 2021 schedule

BREAKING: Soccer releases its fall 2021 schedule

Following a one-off spring season in early 2021, soccer is returning to familiarity with the release of its fall slate on Friday.  After posting a winning record last year (7-3-1, 4-1-1 Conference USA) the eight-time C-USA champions have retooled the team by adding a couple of big-name transfers. Former Vanderbilt

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    COLUMN: SMU is beating the football team on and off the field

COLUMN: SMU is beating the football team on and off the field

On a warm September night at Apogee Stadium, an offense led by then-junior quarterback Mason Fine put up 46 points for North Texas compared to Southern Methodist University’s 26. The aforementioned game was in 2018 and it is the last time North Texas had a significant triumph versus SMU on

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    BREAKING: Volleyball releases fall schedule after unique spring season

BREAKING: Volleyball releases fall schedule after unique spring season

After a one-of-a-kind spring volleyball season concluded on April 1, the volleyball team will be back in action in just over a month. Coming off of an up-and-down season (11-11, 6-6 Conference USA last season), North Texas released its 26-match schedule today featuring four tournaments. It will begin on Aug.

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    Women’s golf graduate pursues professional career while staying connected to team

Women’s golf graduate pursues professional career while staying connected to team

After a record-breaking five years competing for the women’s golf team, 2021 graduate Lauren Cox will continue her involvement with the Mean Green this upcoming season in a new role as a volunteer assistant. The program’s record holder in season scoring average (72.26 strokes per round in 2020-21), Cox will

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    SMITE joins UNT esports scene with formation of new club

SMITE joins UNT esports scene with formation of new club

With three varsity teams and several club squads, a new video game title has recently joined the university’s esports scene — SMITE. SMITE is an online game where teams of players fight against each other within several different game modes. Composed of around 23 members currently, the SMITE club was

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    COLUMN: Football is king in Texas: It’s time for the Mean Green to play like it

COLUMN: Football is king in Texas: It’s time for the Mean Green to play like it

In a time of political strife, cultural change and a pandemic, one thing remains true in the Lone Star State as fall inches closer — football is king. There is simply no denying football is the premier sport in the state. Sure, other sports like basketball and baseball are popular,

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    COLUMN: NIL ushers in a new and improved era for college athletes

COLUMN: NIL ushers in a new and improved era for college athletes

With college athletes across the country now able to utilize name, image and likeness rights as of July 1, they are rightfully able to see greater fruits from their own labors. Although some have argued to the contrary, college athletes being able to market themselves is only a positive. The

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    Rocket League head coach reflects on longtime involvement in UNT esports

Rocket League head coach reflects on longtime involvement in UNT esports

A man of many roles, 2019 alumnus Gunnar “Pakk” Dickson has been a trailblazer in the university’s Rocket League scene. While this summer will be Dickson’s final stretch as head coach of the varsity Rocket League team, he has played a variety of roles in esports over the last six

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