The best part of posting a milestone season for North Texas over the last few months was carving out its own little section of the spotlight, at least by program standards.
There is an aura of mystery surrounding North Texas’ season opener tonight. For the first time since 1998 someone other than Mack Brown will run the show on the Texas sideline at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
Darius Terrell began his college career with visions of dashing across the goal line on the turf of Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin as the cheers of thousands of fans clad in burnt orange reverberated through the stands.
Byron Gross looked back from his spot on the turf at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium and immediately thought North Texas was one step closer to arguably the biggest upset program history.
North Texas was in a transition phase at this time a year ago. Andrew Palileo had just taken over as UNT’s head coach and was in the process of installing his system and establishing the culture he says is a vital part of any team’s success.
North Texas has arrived back where it started spring practice a few months ago, with an open competition to find a starting quarterback.
TWU will host the RBI Softball World Series championship game at 11 a.m. Sunday at Pioneer Field.