Data Scout Notes: 2013: 1stC-WR/3rdC-KR/AP3rd-AP...P1stC-WR&KR...2012: 1stC-WR/HMC-KR...P1stM
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05/13/14 - Denver Broncos Add CFAs After 2014 NFL Draft: Greg Hardin, Position: WR, School: North Dakota...Caught 221 passes for 3,583 yards with 32 touchdowns in 42 career games with North Dakota. - Gray Caldwell & Stuart Zaas, DenverBroncos.com
01/03/14 - 2013 ASSOCIATED PRESS FCS THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: All-purpose Greg Hardin, North Dakota, Sr.,...Hardin set career-highs in both receiving yards (1,153) and kickoff return yards (854) to warrant the accolades. His receiving yardage was the second-highest regular season total in school history and his 67 receptions were also a career-high. The repeat first team All-Big Sky performer became the first player in UND history to record three kickoff returns for touchdowns when he took the third of his career back 99 yards for a touchdown at Idaho State on Oct. 5. It was the second-longest kickoff return in the UND annals and he also owns the third longest - a 98-yard vs. Southern Utah in 2012. Hardin finished his career with 5,052 all-purpose yards, which is the third-highest total in school history. He broke Weston Dressler's overall UND record for career receiving yardage with 3,583. - North Dakota football
12/30/13 - 2013 ALL-BIG SKY THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Return Specialist Greg Hardin, Sr., North Dakota,...As a kick returner, Hardin was one of two Big Sky players (Montana State’s Shawn Johnson) with two kickoff returns for touchdowns and he became the first player in UND history to run three kicks back for scores in a career. Hardin broke UND’s single-season record for all-purpose yardage, finishing the season with 2,017. He led all Big Sky players with 854 kickoff return yards. Hardin wrapped up his career with 5,052 all-purpose yards and 35 total touchdowns (31 rec, 3 kor, 1 rush). - North Dakota football
12/30/13 - 2013 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Greg Hardin, Sr., North Dakota,...Hardin landed on the All-Big Sky First Team as a wide receiver and All-Big Sky Third Team as the return specialist in voting conducted by the league’s head coaches. Hardin finished the 2013 campaign with career highs in both catches (67) and receiving yards (1,153 yards) en route to breaking UND career records in both categories. He also had a team-high six 100-yard receiving games and added five receiving scores. Hardin concluded his standout career at UND with regular season career records in catches (216) and yards (3,583). Hardin was one of eight league players able to repeat as All-Big Sky performers. - North Dakota football
11/21/13 - North Dakota fires Mussman...One day after the season ended, North Dakota announced head football coach Chris Mussman was fired. Mussman held the job for six seasons and compiled a 31-34 record. He joined the coaching staff in 1999 and worked as an assistant before becoming head coach. Athletic director Brian Faison said a national search for Mussman's replacement is underway. North Dakota went 3-8 in 2013, including 2-6 in the Big Sky. "Coach Mussman and I met (Monday) at which time I shared with him my decision to make a change in our football leadership," Faison said in a statement. "I want to thank Chris for his service to UND and wish him well in his future endeavors."
Mussman was at the helm for the school's transition to the Big Sky conference. "At the end of the day, we expect to compete in the Big Sky," Faison told the Grand Forks Herald. "That's the level of competition we're going to have to compete at year in and year out in the Big Sky. I felt like we needed to make a change in the program at this point in time to continue that process and build to that level. - The Sports Xchange