Voting For All-Century Team Ends March 13




Vote For The North Texas All-Century Football Team

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the North Texas football program, and as part of the celebration, we're asking fans to help select the North Texas All-Century Football Team.

A 25-person selection panel made up of North Texas Athletics Hall of Fame members, football lettermen, sports-information personnel, and members of the media - including Joe Greene, Jordan Case, George Dunham, Bill Mercer, Dave Barnett, Ken Bahnsen, Bill Carrico, Toby Gowin, C. Dan Smith, Patrick Cobbs and Byron Gross - chose the more than 120 players that made the ballot. 

Fan voting begins February 6 and ends March 13.

The final All-Century roster will be determined by the fan vote (which will count 50 percent toward the final decision) and by a final selection committee which includes members of the panel who selected the candidates. The All-Century Team will be announced on April 13 at the Green-White Spring Football Game at Apogee Stadium. The All-Century Team will be depicted on a specially-designed poster, which will be given to 2013 season ticket buyers. The poster will also be available for purchase.

Click Here For The Online Ballot How To Vote
Fans can vote online (click here for the online ballot) or by paper ballot. Paper ballots are available at North Texas basketball games, the North Texas Athletic Ticket Office, by contacting the athletic department, or by printing out the ballot (click here) and mailing it to the North Texas Athletic Department. Write-in candidates, via online or paper ballot, is allowed. You can vote as often as you like, but photocopies of completed paper ballots will not be counted.

Vote for one quarterback, three running backs, two receivers, one tight end, five offensive linemen, four defensive linemen, four linebackers, four defensive backs, one punter, one place kicker, one return specialist, and one coach. It is mandatory to vote for all positions. The years shown for each player are the years they were letterwinners.

Click here for the online ballot. Once you have completed the ballot, click "Submit" at the bottom of the ballot.

Don't see a player you feel should be on the All-Century Team? You can write-in a player at any position, online or via paper ballot.

For a printable ballot, click here.

Quarterbacks
Vidal Carlin, 1965-66 1967 drafted 3rd round by Cardinals ... Played seven years in the NFL and one year in the Canadian Football League ... North Texas 7th career passing yards (3,233) ... Lead North Texas to the Missouri Valley Conference championship as a senior ... In just two seasons, he set North Texas records for single-game passing attempts (54), single-game completions (32), single-season passing attempts (341), career passing attempts (633), career completions (276), career touchdown passes (25) and career passing yards (3,233) ... Career W-L record: 11-9
Greg Carter, 1981-83 1983 Conference Offensive Player of the Year, Southland ... 1983 All-Conference, Southland ... North Texas 10th career passing yards (2,848) ... North Texas 9th career completion percentage (51.2) ... Career W-L record: 10-13
Jordan Case, 1978-79 North Texas 2nd career completion percentage (61.6) ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent ... Played for the Ottawa Rough Riders in the Canadian Football League, becoming a Rookie of the Year finalist and the team's most valuable player ... Career W-L record: 14-8
Scott Davis, 1987-90 1991 free agent with Steelers ... 1988 Conference Offensive Player of the Year, Southland ... North Texas 6th career scoring ... North Texas 3rd career passing yards (6,923) ... North Texas 4th career completion percentage (56.7) ... North Texas 4th career most 300-yard passing games ... Only QB in North Texas history to lead team in passing four consecutive years ... Career W-L record: 26-20
Scott Hall, 2000-04 2003 All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 1st career passing efficiency (132.26) ... North Texas 4th career passing yards (5,975) ... North Texas 8th career completion percentage (53.8) ... North Texas 3rd career touchdown passes (50) ... Career W-L record: 24-24
Mitch Maher, 1991-94 Three-time All-Conference, Southland ... 1993 Conference Player of the Year, Southland ... North Texas 1st career passing yards (8,519) ... North Texas 6th career completion percentage (55.7) ... North Texas 2nd (tied) career most 300-yard passing games (4) ... North Texas 2nd career most touchdown passes (67) ... North Texas two of top five single-season most touchdown passes ... Career W-L record: 15-18-1
Zeke Martin, 1947-50 Three-time All-Conference, Gulf Coast Conference ... Martin also played on the North Texas tennis and basketball teams ... Played pro football in the Canadian Football League ... Career W-L record: 21-10-1
Steve Ramsey, 1967-69 1970 drafted 5th round by Saints ... Three-time All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... North Texas 2nd career passing yards (7,076) ... North Texas 1st career most 300-yard passing games (6) ... North Texas 1st career most touchdown passes (69) ... North Texas 3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th, 9th longest pass plays ... North Texas three of top five single-season most touchdown passes ... In 1968, was fourth in the nation in total offense and fifth in the nation in passing ... Named to Missouri Valley Conference All-Centennial Team ... Career W-L record: 22-6-1
Johnie Riola, 1938-40 Two-time All-Conference, Lone Star Conference ... All-American 1939 (HM Little All-America) ... Quarterbacked North Texas to Lone Star Conference titles in 1939 and 1940 ... Career W-L record: 12-4
Ted Wright, 1931-32 All-American 1932 (Grantland Rice) ... First North Texas player named All-American ... Career W-L record: 16-4-1

Running Backs
Ken Bahnsen, 1949-51 All-American 1951, 1952 (Honorable Mention AP) ... 1953 drafted by 49ers ... Three-time All-Conference, Gulf Coast Conference ... North Texas 7th career scoring ... North Texas 8th career rushing yards
Patrick Cobbs, 2001-04 All-American 2003 (HM, Sports Illustrated) ... Two-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... 2006 free agent with Patriots ... Played six years in the NFL ... 2003 Conference Offensive Player of the Year ... North Texas 4th career scoring ... North Texas 2nd career rushing yards ... North Texas 2nd career all-purpose yards ... Led nation in rushing 2003
Lance Dunbar, 2008-11 All-American 2010 (HM, Sports Illustrated) ...  2011 free agent with Cowboys ... Three-Time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas career scoring ... North Texas career rushing yards ... North Texas 1st career all-purpose yards ... North Texas 2nd (tied) single-season rushing yards per carry (6.9)
Kevin Galbreath, 2001-02 Two-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... MVP of 2002 New Orleans Bowl ... North Texas 5th career rushing yards ... North Texas 6th single-season rushing yards
Abner Haynes, 1957-59 All-American 1959 (Time Magazine) ... Two-time All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... 1960 drafted by Steelers and Texans ... 1960 AFL Player of the Year ... 1960-63, AFL All-Star ... 1988 Chiefs retired his number ... 2008 inducted into Texas Sports Hall of Fame ... North Texas 9th career scoring ... North Texas three-time single-season receptions leader ... North Texas 6th career all-purpose yards ... Named to Missouri Valley Conference All-Centennial Team
Bernard Jackson, 1978-79 North Texas 6th career rushing ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent ... North Texas 4th single-season rushing yards
Erric Pegram, 1988-90 Two-time All-Conference, Southland ... 1991 drafted 6th round by Falcons
Dean Renfro, 1951-53 1955 drafted 2nd round by Browns ... North Texas 2nd career rushing yards per carry (5.7) ... North Texas 2nd (tied) single-season rushing yards per carry (6.9)
Ray Renfro, 1949-50 All-American 1951 (First Team AP) ... 1952 drafted 4th round by Browns ... Three-time Pro Bowl selection and three-time All-Pro ... First North Texas player to be named NFL All-Pro ... 1951 All-Conference, Gulf Coast Conference ... North Texas 10th (tied) career scoring ... North Texas 1st single-season rushing yards per carry (7.5) ... North Texas 1st career rushing yards per carry (6.8)
Jamario Thomas, 2004-07 All-American 2004 (First Team, CBS Sportsline; Third Team, AP) ... 2004 Conference Player of the Year, Sun Belt ... 2004 Conference Offensive Player of the Year, Sun Belt ... 2004 All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 8th career scoring ... North Texas 3rd career rushing yards ... Led nation in rushing 2004
Ja'Quay Wilburn, 1997-2000 1999 All-Conference, Big West ... North Texas 4th career rushing yards ... Lead North Texas in rushing four years

Receivers
David Brown, 1991-94 1994 All-Conference, Southland ... North Texas 5th career receiving yards ... North Texas 3rd career receptions ... North Texas 3rd career touchdown receptions
Marcus Camper, 1985-88 1987 All-Conference, Southland ... North Texas 8th career receiving yards ... North Texas four-time season receptions leader
Casey Fitzgerald, 2005-08 All-American 2007 (HM, Sports Illustrated) ... Two-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 3rd career receiving yards ... North Texas 1st career receptions ... North Texas 5th career touchdown receptions ... North Texas 8th (tied) career touchdown receptions ... North Texas 1st single-game receiving yards (327)
John Love, 1965-66 All-American 1966 (HM) ... Two-time  All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... 1967 drafted 7th round by Redskins ... North Texas 10th career scoring (tied) ... North Texas 7th career receiving yards ... North Texas 5th career receptions ... North Texas 6th career touchdown receptions
Broderick McGrew, 1996-99 Three-time All-Conference, Big  West ... North Texas 1st career yards per reception (18.7)
Johnny Quinn, 2003-06 2007 free agent with Bills ... Three-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 1st career receiving yards ... North Texas 2nd career receptions ... North Texas 4th career touchdown receptions ... North Texas four-time season receptions leader ... North Texas 3rd career leader all-purpose yards
Troy Redwine, 1993-95 Two-time All-Conference, Southland ... North Texas 2nd career receiving yards ... North Texas 8th career receptions ... North Texas 2nd career touchdown receptions ... North Texas 2nd career yards per reception (18.6)
James Russell, 1965-67 Three-time All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... North Texas 10th career receiving yards ... North Texas 10th career receptions ... North Texas 8th (tied) career touchdown receptions
Ron Shanklin, 1967-69 Two-time All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... 1970 drafted 2nd round by Steelers ... North Texas 5th career scoring ... North Texas 4th career receiving yards ... North Texas 6th career receptions ... North Texas 1st career touchdown receptions ... Three consecutive 100-yard receiving games ... Named to Missouri Valley Conference All-Centennial Team

Tight Ends
Ron Battle, 1977-79 1981 drafted 7th round by Rams ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent
Andy Blount, 2001-04 2004 All-Conference, Sun Belt
Jeff Muenchow, 1999-2002 2001, 2002 All-Conference, Sun Belt
Brian Waters, 1995-98 1998 free agent with Cowboys ... 1999 free agent with Chiefs ... Four-time Pro Bowl selection and two-time All-Pro ... 2009 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award ... 1998 All-Conference, Big West
Mark Witte, 1979-82 1983 drafted 11th round by Buccaneers ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent

Offensive Linemen
Phillip Armour, 1995-98 2000 free agent with Colts ... Three-time All-Conference, Big West
Quincy Armstrong, 1949-50 All-American 1951 (First Team, Williamson) ... Two-time All-Conference, Gulf  Coast Conference
Bill Bishop, 1949-50 1952 drafted 8th round by Bears ... Played 10 years in the NFL ... Two-time All-Conference, Gulf Coast Conference
Scott Bowles, 1987-90 All-American 1990 (First Team, I-AA) ... Two-time All-Conference, Southland ... 1991 drafted 6th round by 49ers
Andy Brewster, 2001-04 Two-time All-Conference, Sun Belt
Bill Carrico, 1958-59 All-American 1959 (Williamson) ... Two-time All-Conference, Missouri Valley
Jim Cooper, 1946-47 All-American 1946 (HM Little All-America) ... 1948 drafted 8th round by Eagles ... Two-time All-Conference, Lone Star Conference
Jim Eagle, 1946-48 All-American 1950 (HM Little All-America) ... 1950 drafted 25th round by Eagles
Glen Holloway, 1967-69 1970 drafted 10th round by Bears ... Played in the NFL five years with Bears and Browns ... Two-time All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... Named to Missouri Valley Conference All-Centennial Team
Martin Kahn, 1963-65 1966 drafted 5th round by Falcons
Dylan Lineberry, 2004-06 Two-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... 2004 Newcomer of the Year, Sun Belt
John Lott, 1984-86 1986 All-Conference, Southland
James Nichols, 1932-34 Three-time All-Conference, Lone Star Conference
Willie Parker, 1969-70 1971 drafted 3rd round by 49ers ... Played eight years in the NFL ... 1969 All-Conference, Missouri Valley
J.R. Randle, 1999-2002 Four-time All-Conference, Big West and Sun Belt
Gene Verkerk, 1951-52 1952 All-Conference, Gulf Coast Conference ... 1955 drafted 8th round by Bears
Felton Whitlow, 1945-47 Two-time All-Conference, Lone Star Conference ... All-American 1947 (AP) ... 1948 drafted 27th round by Steelers
Nick Zuniga, 2000-03 Three-time All-Conference, Sun Belt

Defensive Linemen (Note: no sack statistics kept prior to 1983, tackles for loss prior to 1996, tackles prior to 1977)
Adrian Awasom, 2001-04 2005 free agent with Giants ... Three-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 2nd career sacks (20.0) ... North Texas 3rd career tackles for loss (32)
Scott Blank, 1997-98 Two-time All-Conference, Big West ... North Texas 2nd (tied) single-season sacks (13.0) ... North Texas 5th career sacks (18.0)
Jeremiah Chapman, 2004-07 Three-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 8th career sacks (15.5)
Walter Chapman, 1973-77 All-American 1977 (Third-Team AP) ... 1974 All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... 1975 National Independents All-Star, First Team ... 1975 Sports Illustrated Player of the Week
Rayford Cooks, 1980-83 All-American 1983 (First Team, Kodak) ... 1983 All-Conference, Southland
Tony Elliott, 1980-81 1982 drafted 5th round by Saints ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent
J.C. Garrett, 1973 1973 Conference Defensive Player of the Year ... 1973 All-Conference, Missouri Valley
Joe Greene, 1966-68 All-American 1968 (Consensus first team) ... 1969 drafted 1st round by Steelers ... 1969 NFL Rookie of the Year ... 10-Time All-Pro ... 1987 inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame ... Three-time All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... Named to Missouri Valley Conference All-Centennial Team
Cedric Hardman, 1968-69 All-American 1969 (HM) ... 1970 drafted 1st round by 49ers ... Two-time Pro Bowl selection, Missouri Valley ... Named to Missouri Valley Conference All-Centennial Team
Ronnie Hickman, 1982-83 All-American 1983 (First Team, Kodak) ... North Texas 4th single-season sacks (12.0)
Willis Hudson, 1993-95 1994 All-Conference, Southland ... North Texas 1st career sacks (24.0) ... North Texas 1st single-season sacks (14.5) ... North Texas 9th single-season sacks (8.5)
Rex Johnson, 1987-88 All-American 1988 (First Team, Kodak) ... 1988 All-Conference, Southland
Brandon Kennedy, 2000-03 All-American 2002 (Third Team, College Football News) ... 2004 free agent with Broncos ... Four-time All-Conference, Big West and Sun Belt ... 2002, 2003 Conference Player of the Year, Sun Belt ... 2002 Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Sun Belt ... North Texas 6th career sacks (16.5) ... North Texas 1st career tackles for loss (61)
Reginald Lewis, 1975-78 1979 drafted 3rd round by Buccaneers ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent
Roderick Manning, 1986-88 Two-time All-Conference, Southland ... North Texas 2nd (tied) single-season sacks (13.0) ... North Texas 2nd (tied) career sacks (20.0)
Corbin Montgomery, 1997-98 Two-time All-Conference, Big West ... North Texas 4th career sacks (19.5) ... North Texas 5th career tackles for loss (26)

Linebackers (Note: no sack statistics kept prior to 1983, tackles for loss prior to 1996, tackles prior to 1977)
Taylor Casey, 2000-03 Two-time All-Conference, Sun Belt North Texas ... 10th career tackles (117)
Ed Fleming, 1985-86 1986 Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Southland ... 1986 All-Conference, Southland
Byron Gross, 1987-90 All-American 1990 (First Team, I-AA) ... Four-time All-Conference, Southland ... North Texas 2nd career tackles (387) ... Led North Texas in tackles three years
Lester Harper, 1980-82 1983 All-Conference, Southland North Texas ... 5th career tackles (359) ... Led North Texas in tackles two years
Louis Haynes, 1979-81 1982 drafted 4th round by Chiefs ... Led North Texas in tackles two years
Chris Hurd, 2000-03 2003 Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Sun Belt ... 2003 All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 9th career tackles (120)
Brad Kassell, 1998-2001 2001 free agent with Titans ... 2001 Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Sun Belt ... Three-time All-Conference, Big West and Sun Belt ... North Texas 2nd career tackles for loss (39) ... North Texas 4th career tackles (365) ... Led North Texas in tackles two years
Craig Robertson, 2007-2010 Four-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 3rd career tackles (381) ... North Texas 6th career tackles for loss (23) ... Led North Texas in tackles two years ... North Texas 2nd single-season tackles (133)
Cody Spencer, 2001-03 2004 drafted in 6th round by Raiders ... Three-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... Led North Texas in tackles two years
Burks Washington, 1975-78 North Texas 1st career tackles (390) ... North Texas 1st single-season tackles (160) ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent
Lance White, 1984-86 Two-time All-Conference, Southland ... North Texas 6th career tackles (325) ... Led North Texas in tackles two years

Defensive Backs (Note: no sack statistics kept prior to 1983, tackles for loss prior to 1996, tackles prior to 1977)
Charles Beatty, 1966-68 1967 All-Conference, Missouri Valley
Bill Brashier, 1949-50 North Texas 1st career interceptions (19) ... North Texas 1st single-season interceptions (10) ... Served as assistant coach under Hayden Fry at North Texas and Iowa.
Anthony Bridges, 1993-95 1995 drafted 6th round by Cardinals ... 1994 All-Conference, Southland
Jonas Buckles, 2001-04 Four-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 5th (tied) career interceptions (11)
Leonard Dunlap, 1969-70 1971 drafted 1st round by Colts ... 1970 All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... North Texas 3rd (tied) career interceptions (13) ... North Texas 1st career interception yards (382) ... Had two three-interception games ... Played five years in the NFL, and in 1972 had five interceptions and three fumble recoveries.
Lyndon Fox, 1969-71 North Texas 2nd career interceptions (18)
Craig Jones, 2000-03 Three-time All-Conference, Sun Belt
Phillip Littlejohn, 1995-98 1998 All-Conference, Big West
Carl Lockhart, 1962-64 1964 All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... Drafted by Giants in 13th round ... Played 11 years with the Giants, where he earned the nickname "Spider" ... Had 41 career interceptions and 16 fumble recoveries in the NFL ... Two-time Pro Bowl selection.
Don McGee, 1999-2002 2002 free agent with Cowboys ... 2002 All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 5th (tied) career interceptions (11)
Kim Phillips, 1986-88 1990 drafted 3rd round by Saints ... 1988 All-Conference, Southland
Beasley Reece, 1973-75 1976 drafted 9th round by Cowboys ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent
J.T. Smith, 1974-77 1978 free agent with Chiefs, Cardinals ... North Texas 3rd (tied) career interceptions (13) ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent

Punters
Will Atterberry, 2009-11 2011 All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 5th season punting average (43.5)
Don Baker, 1951-54 North Texas 2nd season punting average (45.0)
John Baker, 1997-99 All-American 1997 (Third Team, AP) ... 2000 free agent with Rams ... Three-time All-Conference, Big West ... North Texas 1st single-season punting average (47.2) ... North Texas 6th single-season punting average (43.1) ... North Texas 10th single-season punting average (42.2) ... North Texas career punting average (44.0)
Bron Beal, 1985-88 Three-time All-Conference, Southland
Don Fechtman, 1974-77 North Texas 4th single-season punting average (44.1) ... North Texas 7th single-season punting average (42.8) ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent
Toby Gowin, 1993-96 All-American 1996 (Third Team, AP) ... 1996 All-Conference, Big West ... 1996 free agent with Cowboys ... North Texas 3rd single-season punting average (44.3)
Bart Helsley, 1989-90 All-American 1990 (First Team, I-AA)
Brad Kadlubar, 2002-04 Two-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 8th single-season punting average (42.6)
Truman Spencer, 2000 2009 free agent with Chargers ... Two-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 9th single-season punting average (42.4)
John Starnes, 1981-83 1983 All-Conference, Southland
David Yeage, 1971-72 Two-time All-Conference, Missouri Valley

Place Kickers
Jason Ball,1999-2001 Two-time All-Conference, Big West and Sun Belt ... North Texas 7th career field-goal percentage (66.7)
Nick Bazaldua, 2002-04 Two-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 2nd career scoring ... North Texas 8th career field-goal percentage (65.6) ... North Texas 2nd career field goals made (42)
Keith Chapman, 1985-88 Two-time All-Conference, Southland ... North Texas 3rd career scoring ... North Texas 5th career field-goal percentage (69.0) ... North Texas 1st career field goals made (49) ... North Texas 2nd career PAT percentage (97.8)
Garrett Courtney, 1997-98 1997 All-Conference, Big West ... North Texas 1st (tied) career field-goal percentage (74.3) ... North Texas 2nd longest field goal (61 yards) ... North Texas 3rd career field goals made (29) ... North Texas 1st single-season field-goal percentage (87.5)
Jeff Graham, 1994-96 North Texas 1st (tied) career field-goal percentage (74.3) ... North Texas 5th (tied) career field goals made (26)
Iseed Khoury, 1975-77 North Texas longest field goal (62 yards) ... North Texas 3rd and 9th longest field goals ... North Texas 5th (tied) career field goals made (26) ... North Texas 1st career PAT percentage (98.5) ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent

Return Specialists
Ja'Mel Branch, 2001-04 2002 All-Conference, Sun Belt
Brelan Chancellor, 2010-12 Two-time All-Conference, Sun Belt ... North Texas 1st career kickoff return yards
Billy Christie, 1959-61 1962 All-Conference, Missouri Valley
Abner Haynes, 1957-59 All-American 1959 (Time Magazine) ... Two-time All-Conference, Missouri Valley ... Named to Missouri Valley Conference All-Centennial Team ... North Texas career leader punt return average (28.6) ... North Texas single-season leader punt return average (39.3)
Broderick McGrew, 1996-99 Three-time All-Conference, Big  West ... North Texas 1st career kickoff-return average (25.2)
J.T. Smith, 1974-77 1978 free agent with Chiefs, Cardinals ... Two-time Pro-Bowl selection, one-time All-Pro ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent
Sears Woods, 1975 North Texas 1st single-season kickoff return yards (32.6) ... 98-yard kickoff return in 1975 win at Tennessee ... No All-Conference selections possible, North Texas was independent

Coaches
Darrell Dickey, 1998-2006 North Texas coach 1998-2006 ... North Texas 4th in career victories (42) ... 2001-2004 Conference Coach of the Year ... Took North Texas to four consecutive bowl games.
Theron Fouts, 1920-24 North Texas coach 1920-24 ... North Texas 7th in career victories (23) ... Athletic director and football coach for whom Fouts Field was named.
Hayden Fry, 1973-78 North Texas coach 1973-78 ... North Texas 5th in career victories (40) ... 1973 Conference Coach of the Year ... North Texas 1st single-season victories, 10 in 1977
Odus Mitchell, 1946-66 North Texas coach 1946-66 ... North Texas 1st in career victories (122) ... North Texas 1st in most winning seasons (14) ... North Texas 1st in most consecutive winning seasons (7) ... 1966, 1968 Conference Coach of the Year ... North Texas all-time leading in games coached (216) ... Re-started North Texas football program after World War II
Corky Nelson, 1982-90 North Texas coach 1982-90 ... North Texas 3rd in career victories (48) ... 1983 Conference Coach of the Year
Rod Rust, 1967-72 North Texas coach 1967-72 ... North Texas 6th in career victories (29) ... 1967 Conference Coach of the Year
Jack Sisco, 1929-41 North Texas coach 1929-41 ... North Texas 2nd in career victories (74) ... North Texas 2nd in career winning percentage (.653) ... North Texas 2nd in most winning seasons (10) ... Twice had four consecutive winning seasons, 1929-32 and 1938-1941
J.W. St. Clair, 1915-19 North Texas coach 1915-19 ... North Texas 1st in career winning percentage (.656) ... North Texas 5th in most winning seasons (4) ... Second coach in history of North Texas football.


 


 

 

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