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    Junior wideout Jaelon Darden headlines as Conference USA announces All-Conference selections

Junior wideout Jaelon Darden headlines as Conference USA announces All-Conference selections

On Tuesday, Conference USA announced their selections to their All-conference teams featuring North Texas junior wideout Jaelon Darden, who was named to All-Conference First Team. Darden saw an uptick in production this season after senior wide receiver Rico Bussey Jr. suffered a season-ending ACL injury against California in September.   The

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    Recap: Men’s basketball tallies fourth win after record setting night against Little Rock

Recap: Men’s basketball tallies fourth win after record setting night against Little Rock

After losing Thursday nights thriller against Oklahoma, the North Texas men’s basketball team (4-6) won their fourth game of the season by a score of 76-53 against Little Rock (5-5) with the help of an unprecedented performance from beyond the arc. The Mean Green sank 19 total 3-pointers, tying the

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    Recap: Women’s basketball holds off the Ragin Cajuns, win 69-66

Recap: Women’s basketball holds off the Ragin Cajuns, win 69-66

North Texas women’s basketball defeated Louisiana at Lafayette 69-66 on Saturday afternoon. The Ragin Cajuns came to Denton with a 6-1 record, having won five games in a row. “I’m just proud of how we pushed through,” head coach Jalie Mitchell said. “We had some adversities but we also had some

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    A Q&A with athletic director Wren Baker

A Q&A with athletic director Wren Baker

With the fall semester coming to an end, I set down with Wren Baker, UNT’s Vice President and athletic director. Baker joined the Mean Green staff in the summer of 2016 and has made efforts to turn North Texas athletics into a program that is competitive throughout Conference USA. When

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    Fine’s Legacy

Fine’s Legacy

Walking into the final press conference of Mason Fine’s North Texas football career, it was clear that emotions were running high. As much as Fine wanted to hold back his emotions, he almost broke and delivered a line that showed a lot about the character of the quarterback. “This whole

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    Recap: Mean Green loses in dramatic fashion to visiting Sooners

Recap: Mean Green loses in dramatic fashion to visiting Sooners

After having maintained the lead for the majority of the game, the North Texas men’s basketball team (3-6) fell to the University of Oklahoma (7-1) 82-80 in the final seconds. The Mean Green had the lead going into the final minute of the game but the Sooners went on a 5-to-0

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    Top 10 of the ’10s

Top 10 of the ’10s

With the decade closing in a few weeks, it’s time to look back at some of the top moments since 2010. Plenty has happened since Jan. 1, 2010. “TikTok” by Ke$ha was the top song, Barack Obama was president and the Philadelphia Eagles didn’t have a Super Bowl trophy. Plenty

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    Recap: Mens basketball takes down Texas-Arlington on the road 77-66

Recap: Mens basketball takes down Texas-Arlington on the road 77-66

North Texas’ men’s basketball team (3-5)  got back on track Monday after making a short road trip to Arlington, Texas in which they took down the University of Texas-Arlington (4-5) by a score of 77-66. The Mean Green won following a week-long break after dropping both of their games in the Jersey

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    Home sweet home: How both basketball teams use the Super Pit to their advantage

Home sweet home: How both basketball teams use the Super Pit to their advantage

Playing on their home court is something both Mean Green basketball programs have utilized in recent years, including a winning record at home in 15 of the last 16 seasons for the North Texas men’s team. The Super Pit continues to be a place where the North Texas basketball players

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    Recap: Mean Green say Aloha to the Rainbow Wahine Showdown

Recap: Mean Green say Aloha to the Rainbow Wahine Showdown

Honolulu, Hawaii hosted the Mean Green women’s basketball team for a series of three games in the Rainbow Whine Showdown last weekend. North Texas (3-5) won the first game and lost the final two. After traveling over 3,700 miles, the Mean Green managed to make the most of the trio

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