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FIVE THINGS ABOUT ME (NUMBER THREE MIGHT SURPRISE YOU). 5. From Houston 4. North Texas graduate 3. Former print journalist 2. I do 96% of my own stunts 1. Lobbied unsuccesfully for Sports Pope.

Powerless Five: What top dogs have fallen beneath the Underdogs in week six?

A look at which teams have fallen to the Power Five basement this week, and then kept falling

Powerless Five: Who’s worse than the Group of Five this week?

Sure, Bama and Clemson are better than the Group of Five, but a lot of other teams aren’t. These are the worst five this week. Okay, six.

Houston rolls into Denton, rolls over Mean Green 46-25

Despite an understated debut from backup QB Nathan Tune, Houston picks up a the road win.

Powerless Five: Who leads the pack this week in P5 futility?

We look at the worst of the P5, any of whom would be lucky to play as well as the top G5 squads this week.

UTSA Roadrunners vs North Texas Mean Green Preview: Game Time, Betting Line, Prediction

An absolute must-win game for both teams, as each enters the game at 1-2 in a series decided by a total of six points in the last two years

Don’t Call It a Rivalry: A Brief History of UTSA vs North Texas (2019 edition)

Nobody asked for this to be a blood feud. It just sort of worked out that way.

Rivalry Roundtable: What is the state of UTSA/UNT in year seven?

The game kicks off in Denton on Saturday with the series tied 3-3. Why doesn’t this rivalry get more attention?

North Texas covers the spread but falls to Cal 23-17

Despite some big plays late in the game, Cal’s 20 first-quarter points proved just out of reach, despite a much-improved Mean Green squad

North Texas Mean Green at California Golden Bears: Preview, Betting Line, Prediction

A week after a blowout in Dallas, UNT returns to the field against a Golden Bears team fresh off a hard-fought victory against a nationally-ranked team

Q&A with SBNation’s California Golden Blogs

A virtual sit-down with two writers from SBN’s Golden Bears blog, in which we asked them the important questions