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2012 North Texas Mean Green football team

2012 North Texas Mean Green football
A wordmark logo for the University of North Texas
Conference Sun Belt Conference
2012 record 4–8 (3–5 Sun Belt)
Head coach Dan McCarney (2nd year)
Offensive coordinator Mike Canales (3rd year)
Defensive coordinator John Skladany (1st year)
Home stadium Apogee Stadium
(Capacity: 30,850)
2012 Sun Belt football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Arkansas State   7 1         10 3  
Louisiana–Lafayette   6 2         9 4  
Louisiana–Monroe   6 2         8 5  
Middle Tennessee   6 2         8 4  
WKU   4 4         7 6  
Troy   3 5         5 7  
North Texas   3 5         4 8  
Florida Atlantic   2 6         3 9  
FIU   2 6         3 9  
South Alabama*   1 7         2 11  
† – Conference champion
  • South Alabama not eligible for conference title or bowl game as part of their transition to the FBS.
    Rankings from AP Poll

The 2012 North Texas Mean Green football team represented the University of North Texas in the 2012 NCAA Division I FBS football season. It was led by second-year head coach Dan McCarney and played its home games at Apogee Stadium. It was the Mean Green's 12th and final season as members of the Sun Belt Conference (SBC); the school will join Conference USA on July 1, 2013.[1] The team finished with a record of four wins and eight losses (4–8 overall, 3–5 in the SBC) to finish seventh in the conference.

After the completion of the 2011 season, McCarney focused on continuing the momentum created during the team's last game against the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. 25 players signed letters of intent to play for the Mean Green, and the team's spring practice ended with an intrasquad scrimmage. The team announced its schedule in March 2012, which included five opponents that were bowl eligible 2011. The season opened with a road loss to the LSU Tigers and a home opening win against the Texas Southern Tigers. The team began conference play with a loss to the Troy Trojans. The season reached its zenith when the Mean Green defeated the Louisiana–Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns in a nationally televised game on October 16, but the team only won one of its remaining five games to finish with its eighth straight losing season.[2]

Before the season

Previous season

During the 2011 season, the Mean Green played their home games at the new Apogee Stadium, averaging 18,864 spectators for each of the team's six home games.[3] First year head coach Dan McCarney led the team to a 5–7 record, its best since 2004, finishing the season with a 59–7 victory over the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. During the game, senior running back Lance Dunbar became the team's all-time leading rusher.[4]

Recruiting class

25 players signed letters of intent to begin playing for North Texas in 2012.

Spring practice

2012 Green vs. White spring football game
1 2 3 4 Total
White 20 0 0 0 20
Green 7 7 14 13 41

Spring practice began on March 28 and included 15 practices and an intrasquad scrimmage planned to avoid conflicts with classes. Head Coach Dan McCarney supervised the annual Green and White football game that concluded the spring football schedule on April 21.[6] The 2012 match featured the first and third string members comprising the Green Team and the second and fourth string members comprising the White team.

The White team was given a 20-point lead at the start of the contest; they would be unable to score the rest of the game. Quarterback Derek Thompson threw six passes with four completions for 162 yards in the first half. Wide receivers Ivan Delgado and Brelan Chancellor combined for five catches and three touchdowns. Delgado finished with 2 receptions for 114 yards and 1 touchdown while Chancellor had three receptions for 100 yards and 2 touchdowns. Two rushes by running back Jeremy Brown for 52 and 25 yards gave the Green team the lead in the third quarter, bringing the score to 21–20. Ten minutes later, running back Antoinne Jackson rushed ten yards to increase the lead to 28–20. In the fourth quarter, Chancellor caught a 52-yard reception from quarterback Andrew McNulty. Antoinne Jimmerson ran 30 yards for his second rushing touchdown to make the final score 41–20.[5]

Roster

Schedule

The University of North Texas announced the official football game schedule for 2012 on March 1, 2012. Five of the Mean Green's 12 opponents in 2012 participated in a bowl game the previous season.[8] Sports analyst Phil Steele rated the schedule as the 79th toughest out of 124 Football Bowl Subdivision teams.[9]

Date Time Opponent Site TV Result Attendance
September 1 6:00 PM at #1 LSU* Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, LA ESPNU L 14–41   92,059
September 8 6:00 PM Texas Southern* Apogee StadiumDenton, TX TXA 21 W 34–7   22,259
September 15 6:00 PM at #15 Kansas State* Bill Snyder Family Football StadiumManhattan, KS FSN L 21–35   50,290
September 22 6:00 PM Troy Apogee Stadium • Denton, TX ESPN3 L 7–14   21,823
September 29 4:00 PM at Florida Atlantic FAU StadiumBoca Raton, FL ESPN3 W 20–14   13,888
October 6 6:00 PM at Houston* Robertson StadiumHouston, TX CSS/CSNH L 21–44   25,476
October 16 8:00 PM Louisiana–Lafayette Apogee Stadium • Denton, TX ESPN2/ESPN3 W 30–23   17,055
October 27 3:30 PM at Middle Tennessee Johnny "Red" Floyd StadiumMurfreesboro, TN ESPN3 L 21–38   14,102
November 3 4:00 PM Arkansas Statedagger Apogee Stadium • Denton, TX L 19–37   17,534
November 10 4:00 PM South Alabama Apogee Stadium • Denton, TX TXA 21 W 24–14   15,963
November 17 3:00 PM at Louisiana–Monroe Malone StadiumMonroe, LA L 16–42   14,079
November 24 12:00 PM at Western Kentucky Houchens Industries – L. T. Smith StadiumBowling Green, KY ESPN3 L 24–25   11,074
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from Coaches Poll released prior to game. All times are in Central Time..

Media

All North Texas football games aired via the Mean Green Radio Network, with KNTU 88.1 FM in Denton and on KHYI 95.3 FM in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. 2012 was the first year KHYI provided Mean Green football coverage.[11] Both stations also streamed live online.

Game notes

Louisiana State

1 2 3 4 Total
Mean Green 0 7 0 7 14
Tigers 14 10 3 14 41
  • Date: September 1
  • Location: Tiger Stadium
    Baton Rouge, LA
  • Game start: 6:02 p.m. CST
  • Elapsed time: 3:30
  • Game attendance: 92,059
  • Game weather: 82°, possible thunderstorms, winds S 4–7 mph
  • Referee: Tom Ritter
  • TV announcers (ESPNU): Clay Matvick, Matt Stinchcomb, and Allison Williams
The first game for the Mean Green's season was scheduled against the LSU Tigers football team, who had last played in the 2012 BCS National Championship Game against the 2011 Alabama Crimson Tide football team at the end of the 2011 season, losing 21–0. In the week before the game, concerns over the path and effects of Tropical Storm Isaac forced local officials in Louisiana to consider contingency plans for the game.[13] Although the Tigers were forced to alter their practice schedule leading up to the game, the contest was held as scheduled in Tiger Stadium. The Mean Green's two scoring drives were capped by touchdown passes of 80 and 15 yards from quarterback Derek Thompson to wide receiver Brelan Chancellor. The Tigers' 508 yards of total offense led the team to a 41–14 victory over the Mean Green in the season opener.[14]
Overall record Last meeting Result
0–4 2008 LSU, 41–3


Texas Southern

1 2 3 4 Total
Tigers 0 0 7 0 7
Mean Green 7 10 3 14 34
  • Date: September 8
  • Location: Apogee Stadium
    Denton, TX
  • Game start: 6:00 p.m. CST
  • Elapsed time: 3:18
  • Game attendance: 22,259
  • Game weather: 85°, clear, winds NE 13 mph
  • Referee: Perry Havener
  • TV announcers (TXA21): Dave Barnett and Doug Anderson
  • Sources:
For their first home game of the 2012 season, the Mean Green defeated the Texas Southern University Tigers, a member of the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) 34–7. The Tigers, who finished the 2011 season with a 4–7 record, were limited to 185 yards of total offense, while the Mean Green totaled 497 yards, most of which came from rushing.[15] The game was the first home opening win for the Mean Green since the team defeated the SMU Mustangs football team during the 2006 season.
Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting


Kansas State

1 2 3 4 Total
Mean Green 7 0 6 8 21
Wildcats 7 7 7 14 35
For their next road game, the Mean Green played the Kansas State Wildcats, led by potential Heisman Trophy candidate Collin Klein. The two teams had last met during the 2010 season, when the Wildcats defeated the Mean Green 41–49 in the final game at Fouts Field. This time playing at Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium, the Wildcats were favored to win by 28 points by spread bettors prior to the game. Each team scored two touchdowns by midway through the third quarter, but a blocked extra point attempt after North Texas' second score made the score 14-13. Kansas State answered with three unanswered touchdowns in the third and fourth quarter, bringing the score to 35-13 before North Texas scored its final touchdown with 2:31 left in the game. The final score was 35-13 in favor of the Wildcats. Mean Green quarterback Derek Thompson completed 25 of 28 passes in the game.[17]
Overall record Last meeting Result
1–5 2010 KSU, 49–41


Troy

1 2 3 4 Total
Trojans 0 7 7 0 14
Mean Green 7 0 0 0 7
  • Location: Apogee Stadium
    Denton, TX
  • Game start: 6:05 p.m. CST
  • Elapsed time: 3:05
  • Game attendance: 21,823
  • Game weather: 96°, clear, winds SW 6 mph
  • Referee: Jeff Hilyer
  • TV announcers (ESPN3): Jonathan Yardley and Stan Lewter
For their first conference game of the season, the Mean Green faced the Troy Trojans, whom they had defeated the previous year 38–33. North Texas' defensive squad showed significant improvement, slowing a Troy offense led by Corey Robinson that had averaged over 500 yards a game to only two touchdowns.[19] On offense, however, the team struggled to score points despite moving the ball. The Mean Green gained 422 yards of total offense, but kicker Zach Olen missed three field goals and quarterback Derek Thompson completed only 12 of 28 passes for 238 yards and one touchdown. The loss brought the Mean Green's season record to 1-3.[20]
Overall record Last meeting Result
2–7 2011 UNT, 38–33


Florida Atlantic

1 2 3 4 Total
• Mean Green 7 3 7 3 20
Owls 0 0 7 7 14
  • Date: September 29
  • Location: FAU Stadium
    Boca Raton, FL
  • Game start: 5:00 p.m. EST
  • Elapsed time: 3:04
  • Game attendance: 13,888
  • Game weather: Sunny, winds 83° SE 9MPH
  • Referee: Riley Johnson
  • TV announcers (ESPN3): Shawn Kenney and John Bunting
The Mean Green eked out a victory against first-year head coach Carl Pelini and the Florida Atlantic Owls at FAU Stadium, giving the team a 2-3 record through five games, its best start since the 2005 season.[22] After North Texas gained a 17–0 lead midway through the third quarter, Florida Atlantic scored two straight touchdowns in less than two minutes of game time to bring the score to 17–14. Midway through the fourth quarter, Mean Green kicker Zach Olen made a 28-yard field goal to bring the score to 20–14. North Texas held on to the lead, which was one point short of the points spread predicted prior to the beginning of the game.[23] The Mean Green gained 56 rushing yards against an Owl defense that had allowed an average of 255 yards per game coming into the contest.[24]
Overall record Last meeting Result
2–6 2011 UNT, 31–17


Houston

1 2 3 4 Total
Mean Green 0 14 7 0 21
Cougars 17 14 10 3 44
  • Date: October 6
  • Location: Robertson Stadium
    Houston, TX
  • Game start: 6:06 pm CST
  • Elapsed time: 3:07
  • Game attendance: 25,476
  • Game weather: 83°, partly cloudy, humid, winds NE 9MPH
  • Referee: Tony Backert
  • Television network: CSS
The Mean Green faced the Cougars for the second time in as many years when they traveled to Houston for their final nonconference game of the season. Although Cougars lost their first game of the season to the Texas State Bobcats, the team's prolific offensive unit had recovered somewhat by the time they played the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs on September 8. In that game, the teams combined for a total of 209 plays, breaking an NCAA FBS record held by the Mean Green and the San Jose State Spartans since 1971.[26] The Cougars scored two touchdowns and a field goal to earn a 17-point lead before the Mean Green scored its first points in the second quarter. Houston running back Charles Sims ran for a career-high 210 yards, and the Cougars won the contest with a score of 44-21.[27]
Overall record Last meeting Result
7–6 2011 HOU, 48–23


Louisiana Lafayette

1 2 3 4 Total
Rajin' Cajuns 6 7 7 3 23
Mean Green 0 6 14 10 30
  • Date: October 16
  • Location: Apogee Stadium
    Denton, TX
  • Game start: 8:00 p.m. CST
  • Elapsed time: 3:36
  • Game attendance: 17,055
  • Game weather: 72°, clear, winds SE 13 mph
  • Referee: Riley Johnson
  • TV announcers (ESPN2): Andre Ware and Dave Neal
The Mean Green's Tuesday evening home game against the Louisiana–Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns began at 8:00 p.m. in Denton. Louisiana scored first, and had gained a 20–6 lead by the middle of the third quarter. After North Texas scored two touchdowns and a field goal, followed by a field goal from the Ragin' Cajuns, the score was tied at 23–23. With 1:54 remaining in the game at their own 22-yard line, North Texas quarterback Derek Thompson threw a screen pass to running back Antoinne Jimmerson, who ran 78 yards for the game-winning touchdown.[29] On the ensuing drive, Ragin' Cajun running back Effrem Reed fumbled the ball, which was recovered by North Texas. The Mean Green ran out the clock to win the contest. The game was televised on ESPN2.[30] The broadcast had an estimated 366,000 viewers, earning a Nielsen rating of 0.3.[31]
Overall record Last meeting Result
8–8 2011 ULL, 30–10


Middle Tennessee

1 2 3 4 Total
Mean Green 0 0 14 7 21
Blue Raiders 17 7 14 0 38
  • Date: October 27
  • Location: Floyd Stadium
    Murfreesboro, Tennessee
  • Game start: 2:32 p.m. EST
  • Elapsed time: 2:44
  • Game attendance: 14,102
  • Game weather: 49°, Gray and dreary, winds N 14 mph
  • Referee: Tony Backert
  • Television network: ESPN3
The Mean Green struggled on both sides of the ball against the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. Although the Mean Green gained 432 total yards with a balanced running and passing offense, it did not score any points until running back Antoinne Jimmerson ran two yards for a touchdown in the third quarter. By that time, the Blue Raiders had already scored 31 points, making the game out of reach for the Mean Green.[33] Wide receiver Brelan Chancellor broke a collar bone in the first quarter of the game, and would miss the rest of the season.[34]
Overall record Last meeting Result
7–4 2011 UNT, 59–7


Arkansas State

1 2 3 4 Total
Red Wolves 10 20 7 0 37
Mean Green 9 3 7 0 19
  • Date: November 3
  • Location: Apogee Stadium
    Denton, TX
  • Game start: 4:00 p.m. CST
  • Elapsed time: 3:02
  • Game attendance: 17,534
  • Game weather: 79°, clear, winds N 7 mph
  • Referee: Kevin Stine
Overall record Last meeting Result
8–13 2011 ARST, 37–14


South Alabama

1 2 3 4 Total
Jaguars 7 7 0 0 14
Mean Green 0 14 10 0 24
  • Date: November 10
  • Location: Apogee Stadium
    Denton, TX
  • Game start: 4:05 p.m. CST
  • Elapsed time: 3:09
  • Game attendance: 15,963
  • Game weather: 80°, partly cloudy, winds S 26 mph
  • Referee: Tony Backert
  • TV announcers (TXA 21): Dave Barnett
Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting


Louisiana Monroe

1 2 3 4 Total
Mean Green 0 3 7 6 16
Warhawks 7 7 7 21 42
  • Date: November 17
  • Location: Malone Stadium
    Monroe, LA
  • Game start: 3:00 p.m. CST
  • Elapsed time: 3:02
  • Game attendance: 14,079
  • Game weather: 67°, clear, winds NE 8 mph
  • Referee: Kevin Stine
Overall record Last meeting Result
13–15 2011 UNT, 38–21


Western Kentucky

1 2 3 4 Total
Mean Green 7 10 7 0 24
Hilltoppers 7 3 0 15 25
  • Date: November 24
  • Location: Houchens Industries – L. T. Smith Stadium
    Bowling Green, Kentucky
  • Game start: 12:00 p.m. CST
  • Elapsed time: 3:12
  • Game attendance: 11,074
  • Game weather: 31°, light snow
  • Referee: Jeff Hilyer
  • TV announcers (ESPN3): Tom Dore, Cole Cubelic, Barbara Jordan
Overall record Last meeting Result
4–1 2011 WKU, 31–21


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