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UNT and Conference USA bowled 'em over in 2014

Last year’s bowl season was one of the high points in Conference USA’s recent history.

The league picked up its first postseason win of the year when Marshall beat Northern Illinois in the Boca Raton Bowl and kept right on rolling.

By the time the dust settled, C-USA had posted an .800 winning percentage (4-1) in bowl games that ranked No. 1 among FBS conferences.

Add in a few impressive wins from 2013, including North Texas’ win over UNLV in the Heart of Dallas Bowl, and league officials believe they can make a good case that C-USA is a...

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Proposed track facility would pave way for demolition of Fouts

The North Texas Board of Regents will consider a series of proposals in meetings on Aug. 27-28 designed to better fund the school’s athletic program, improve facilities and clear the way for the demolition of what remains of Fouts Field.

UNT is proposing increasing its student athletic fee of $10 per semester credit hour by $1, up to 15 hours, Bob Brown, UNT’s vice president for finance and administration said. The funds would be used to bolster UNT’s athletic program and avoid situations where the school has to dip into funds from its student services fee for athletics, Brown said.

UNT has had its current athletics fee in...

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Football: McCarney, team irked by media projections

Dan McCarney and his players heard or read about the preseason projections that came out this summer one-by-one as they always do without much of a response.

That changed in a hurry Monday during McCarney’s season-opening press conference when both North Texas’ head football coach and his players came out firing.

“We are all undefeated this time of year, everyone knows that and is optimistic,” McCarney said. “You don’t hear much negativity. There isn’t much pessimism anywhere other than when you read the preseason stuff.”

McCarney read it all and committed it to memory to motivate his team heading into his...

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AICPA presents awards to outstanding CPAs in government

The American Institute of CPAs  (AICPA) is pleased to announce that Wendy M. Payne, CPA, of Washington, D.C., is the Institute’s recipient of the Outstanding CPA in Government Career Contribution Award honoring her lifelong contribution to the profession.

The Outstanding CPA in Government Career Contribution Award recognizes significant contributions to the efficiency, effectiveness or innovative service delivery of the CPA’s respective local, state or federal employer organization over the length of a career.   The AICPA also announced that Leah L. Nikaidoh, CPA, of...

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