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    Star RB Wilson out with right foot injury

Star RB Wilson out with right foot injury

Senior running back Jeffery Wilson suffered a foot injury in Saturday’s win over Army and will be out through at least the Dec. 2 Conference USA championship game against Florida Atlantic University, according to head coach Seth Littrell. Through 11 games, Wilson ranked second in Conference USA with 1,215 yards

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    Men’s basketball falls as Rio Grande Valley zone shuts down Mean Green

Men’s basketball falls as Rio Grande Valley zone shuts down Mean Green

The University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley was getting frustrated early in the second half against North Texas. They picked up a technical foul and started unraveling emotionally as they trailed 41-32 with under 17:30 left in the second half. Then Rio Grande Valley (3-2) head coach Lew Hill

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    WKU avenges regular season loss as Mean Green fall in C-USA tourney title match

WKU avenges regular season loss as Mean Green fall in C-USA tourney title match

Just ten days ago, North Texas celebrated on their home court after a monster five-set win over the seemingly unbeatable Western Kentucky University. In doing so, the Mean Green earned the No.1 seed in the Conference USA tournament which took place over the past two days and wrapped up with

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    Smiley goes out with a bang in final game at Apogee Stadium

Smiley goes out with a bang in final game at Apogee Stadium

Late in the first half of North Texas’ final home game against Army, sophomore quarterback Mason Fine rolled right and didn’t have many options. As he approached the sideline, he saw sophomore receiver Jalen Guyton breaking open and slung the ball to him, hitting Guyton right in the numbers.  He

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    Moore drills last-second field goal as North Texas knocks off Army in thriller

Moore drills last-second field goal as North Texas knocks off Army in thriller

North Texas and Army tangoed for the third time in 13 months Saturday night in Denton – and the trilogy proved to be even better than December’s sequel at the Heart of Dallas Bowl. With both offenses matching each other score for score, things were all square at 49 with under

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    Five observations from North Texas’ 52-49 win over Army

Five observations from North Texas’ 52-49 win over Army

Mason Fine moves atop the all-time leaderboard Sophomore quarterback Mason Fine has made one of the most impressive freshman-sophomore jumps across the country and he cemented his place in North Texas history with another big game Saturday night. Fine took over first place for the most passing yards (3,198) and

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    Volleyball bounces back from first set loss to keep NCAA Tourney hopes alive

Volleyball bounces back from first set loss to keep NCAA Tourney hopes alive

Coming off a historic regular season, it was time for North Texas to begin its final push to the NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 seed in the Conference USA tournament. Facing the No. 8 seed Marshall University, North Texas had plenty of confidence going in because of a sweep

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    Men’s basketball battles past Bethune-Cookman behind Smart’s big night

Men’s basketball battles past Bethune-Cookman behind Smart’s big night

As both teams headed to their benches before the National Anthem and introductions, sophomore guard Roosevelt Smart wanted to get one more shot up. He asked for the ball from the trainer, took a dribble and hoisted up one final 3-pointer before the arena fell dark. The ball hit the

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    Mean Green growing more familiar with McCasland’s style as season heats up

Mean Green growing more familiar with McCasland’s style as season heats up

Grant McCasland started his coaching career in 2004 when he was 27 years old at Midland College. After making the climb from junior college to Division II, he moved on to Baylor and Arkansas State – now, McCasland is in Denton leading the Mean Green. While it’s still early, McCasland

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    With senior trio gone, Bradley steps into bigger role for women’s basketball

With senior trio gone, Bradley steps into bigger role for women’s basketball

After missing the entire 2015-16 season due to NCAA transfer rules, junior guard Terriell Bradley came into last season hungry after her time off. She quickly proved the wait for her to join the Mean Green on the court was well worth it. Bradley led the team with 12.8 points

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