North Texas Mean Green (formerly North Texas Eagles) represents the University
of ... then a sophomore at North Texas, played left defensive tackle on the football
team ... the Eagles won their firs...
Mar 3, 2010 ... Highland Park (Dallas) 7, Waco 7 (tie) CO-CHAMPIONS 1946 ... 1952. 4A –
Lubbock 12, Baytown Lee 7. 3A – Breckenridge 28, Temple 20
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Dec 5, 2006 ... the game of football, either while in the Missouri Valley Conference or in their ...
North Texas State ... Team. Years (No.) Games. W-L-T. West Texas State. 1971-
85 (15) ... Philadelphia Eagles (1947-51); coached Chicago Bears (1978-81) ...
1952. 3-time all-MVC; Tulsa Hall of Fame. Joe Morrison. Cincinnati.
Fouts Field was the home to North Texas football for 59 years, and it was the ...
Former venue for: football; Venue for: track and field; Opened: 1952; Seating
capacity: 30,500 ... The stadium was originally called Eagle Stadium, but the
name was ... against New Mexico State in which the Mean Green clinched its
second Sun ...
Dec 5, 2012 ... Gene graduated from the North Texas State Teachers College, ... A memorable
game was the 1952 battle between the undefeated Allen Eagles and the ... These
six man Eagle teams hold a special place in Texas football ...
2012-13 north texas men's golf fact and records book. 1 ..... Was the TAPPS 4A
All-State Medalist in leading his team to the state title as a senior .... North Texas
sponsored its first varsity golf team in 1939, but much of the squad's history was
written after Fred Cobb, .... First: 1948, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1956, 1957, 1958, 19...
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Central Eagles - Durham; North Carolina State Wolfpack - Raleigh; North
In 1952 the Dallas Texans played in the Cotton Bowl after Dallas was awarded a
... Two other professional football teams, the Dallas Cowboys and an American ...
won the Heisman trophy in 1938 and later played for the Philadelphia Eagles.
The 6-1, 200-pounder was a basketball letterman in 1948 for North Texas. ...
Member of 1944 Ohio State football team that finished with a 9-0 record, won the
Big ..... First-round choice by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1952 NFL draft (5th