North Texas Mean Green (formerly North Texas Eagles) represents the University of North Texas (UNT) in intercollegiate athletics. The teams compete in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic ... However, Bill Mercer, former North Texas play-by-play announcer, states Graham's thought behind the nickname was the ...
North Texas Mean Green football program represents University of North Texas in the sport of ... McCarney was the head coach at Iowa State from 1995 through 2006; ... After the Heart of Dallas Bowl victory, the team saw two declining years; ... The first game was a 55–0 win over the North Dakota Fighting Sioux in 1952.
Fouts Field is a stadium at the University of North Texas (UNT), located in Denton , Texas, United States. Its primary use from its opening in 1952 until 2010 was as the home field for the University of North Texas Eagles (later renamed the Mean Green) football team.
Jul 4, 2016 ... From 1949 to 1952 the North Texas Golf Team accomplished a string of ... years and put larger schools on notice that the Eagles competed to win. ... North Texas State Teachers College as an assistant football coach in 1940.
This league's standings, if available, are based on full season team pitching ... Dallas Eagles, CLE, 27.7, 3.81, 161, 5944, 5267, 613, 1369, 227, 53, 44, 555, 62 ...
Mar 14, 2017 ... Fred McCain, Former North Texas Football Star & Coach Left Behind a ... From 1949 to 1952 the North Texas Golf Team accomplished a string ...
ROBERT SHEPARD -- Played offensive guard for the Eagle football team, ... Vineyard went on to coach two teams to state championships in 1952 and 1957.
DT-T, Bill Bishop, 0, 1, 8, 6, 6-4, 248, 10, 1952-1961, Chicago Bears / 8th / 90th pick / 1952. RB, Patrick Cobbs · College Stats, 0, 0, 0, 4, 5-9, 210, 5, 2006-2010.
James Odus Mitchell was an American football player and coach. ... From 1946 to 1952, the Mean Green enjoyed seven consecutive winning seasons, which is a school record. His teams earned 10 conference championships, and played in three bowl ... Mitchell pictured in The Yucca 1951, North Texas State yearbook.