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UNT Texas Hooligan last won the day on December 23 2021

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  1. Agreed. A lot of the posters here are like the UTEP fans that stormed the court after they beat us in basketball in El Paso, content ruining someone else’s season rather than being good enough that everyone else is trying to ruin yours.
  2. Littrell’s got his work cut out for him if he wants to save his job. It’s a dream schedule for any “Littrell Out” people
  3. Some of the "updates" posted on here are ridiculous, like Mattress Mack. Do you see UTEP posting continuous updates on Andy Reid because he was their O-line coach for a year?
  4. I'm still not completely buying into the hype. We did this before with Ruder, we did this before with Tommy Bush, etc. and what happened? We ended up being content just hitting 6 then got blown out in yet another bowl game. It's still up to the coaches to coach them up and I still question whether certain offensive coaches are able to do that. I've learned my lesson time and time again with this staff so I'll be a wait and see before I hop on the hype wagon.
  5. 6 wins is definitely enough to fire Littrell
  6. Actually impressed by this pick up. Definitely have some cautious optimism
  7. Hey, don't worry though! Jamori Maclin said we are "perfectly fine" on Twitter
  8. It's a Seth Littrell coached team. We can always count on them pulling an Amber Heard at some point in the season.
  9. UTEP's Littrell. Good luck to them but at least they had the sense to only make it a 2-year extension.
  10. Many are looking at the long-term ramifications of keeping Littrell as HC. If the guy can't win in the worst conference in the country, how do we expect him to not embarrass us in the American? I am more than willing to withstand some short-term pain (2022 losing season) if it means we can finally get rid of Littrell and get a good head coach in to hit the ground running in our new conference. Looking out for the greater good of our school in spite of short term pain is about as pro-NT as you can get.
  11. I don't even need to listen to know what was said.
  12. Of course I understand that. Not only did he not make the change, but got fleeced on Littrell’s extension too. That doesn’t mean his next hire will be bad. His track record has proven otherwise
  13. I'm not actively rooting for NT to have a bad season but wouldn't be disappointed if it happens. I think we've seen Littrell's ceiling and truly feel that the longer he sticks around, the more it sets the program back. He's a solid recruiter, I'm sure a nice guy, but outside of couple of fluke seasons, not a winning football coach. Even if he rattles off an upcoming 7, 8, or 9 win season (in a mediocre conference we won't be in next year), all signs point to him getting blown out of a bowl game yet again. Regarding finding a better coach, Wren is the new sheriff in town and his basketball hire was an absolute homerun. I'm actually really excited to see who he could bring in for football. I bet that not only could could he make a good hire, but it would be one that reinvigorates a fan base that could use a massive shot of adrenaline right now.
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