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  1. The University of North Texas has named University of North Carolina assistant coach Seth Littrell as its next head football coach. The announcement was made official by the Mean Green athletics department Saturday evening. Littrell was one of two finalists with Texas Christian University offensive coordinator Doug Meacham, but a source close to the hiring process told North Texas Daily Meacham was a distant second place to Littrell throughout the process. Seth Littrell Courtesy | North Carolina Athletics Littrell served as the assistant head coach for offense and tight ends at North Carolina
  2. Seth Littrell, who for the past two seasons has been the offensive coordinator at North Carolina, will be the new head coach at North Texas, according to an ESPN report on Saturday. If Littrell leaves UNC, he would do so after he helped lead the Tar Heels to one of the most prolific offensive seasons in school history. The Tar Heels enter the ACC Championship game on Saturday night against Clemson averaging 495.7 yards per game, which ranks 16th nationally. UNC averages 7.46 yards per play, which is second nationally. The Tar Heels' offense has been particularly explosive this season, to
  3. TV: 7PM CST ABC #1 Clemson (-5) is the favorite. A Clemson victory secures the Tigers’ place in the College Football Playoff. A North Carolina victory would give the Tar Heels their first ACC championship in 35 years. This is probably the most anticipated ACC Championship game in the 11-year history of the event. It’s also among the most important games in UNC football history. New UNT Head Coach Seth Littrell will lead the UNC offense. Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/article48187880.html#storylink=cpyI know a lot of our fans will be watching the gam
  4. I cannot help but think that being closer to his his family in Muskogee played a part in this hire. I also like that Littrell, despite being from OK, is more of a Texas type of guy, He fits here. The money is certainly going to be good, but clearly there are things more important that money, like proximity to friends and family. I also think that proximity to high level FBS prospects plays in our favor here. I posted an article on University of Houston being a good coaching destination. Those of us who have followed Houston over the years know well how much crap they had to deal with fro
  5. Per Zach Barnett on Twitter, as of 8:30 this morning, we have not signed a contract with Littrell, or anyone else yet. So at best, we are currently working with a handshake agreement...
  6. North Carolina offensive coordinator Seth Littrell will be named coach at North Texas, a source told ESPN. Littrell and the Tar Heels will play in their first ACC title game Saturday against Clemson. Littrell, 37, has been at UNC the past two years. Before joing the Tar Heels, Littrell was an offensive coordinator at Indiana (2012-13) and Arizona (2009-11). He also was an assistant at Texas Tech from 2005-08. Littrell is a 2001 Oklahoma graduate. Littrell was one of two finalists, along with TCU co-offensive coordinator Doug Meacham, a source said. Littrell replaces Dan McCarney, who was fired
  7. Tomorrow could possibly ring in a new era in UNT football! And too all a good night and GO MEAN GREEN
  8. Little known fact, Littrell was directly responsible for the recruiting of Michael Crabtree at Texas Tech. Pretty impressive talent evaluation in my book.
  9. I know we don't know that much about him, but he seems like sort of a take no bullshit type of guy. I like that he was a team captain on a national championship team. Like @Cerebus has mentioned, he was a 4-year assistant under Mike Leach. I may like that more than any other credential he has and he has a damn lot of them. It excites me that we could be the launching pad for a brilliant head coaching career. When was the last time we had someone leave here for better things? Hayden Fry?
  10. Zach Barnett made this comment: Does anyone know the line on this game and what are the chances that UNC could vault to a playoff spot if they beat Clemson? Yikes! Should we be pulling for Clemson?
  11. Bill Elliott, the head coach at Celina, has gotten to know Littrell, who helped recruit his son to North Carolina, over the last few months. Nathan Elliott is a freshman with the Tar Heels. "He likes coach Littrell," Bill Elliott said of his son. "He thinks he is a great coach and a lot of fun. They run a wide-open offense with a fast tempo. They are so productive. There is a lot of excitement to it." UNT is close to finalizing its decision that could bring Littrell -- and that excitement -- to UNT. If UNT settles on Littrell, he would likely not be available to have an introductory press conf
  12. North Texas’ search for a new head coach took a turn over the last day with TCU assistant coach Doug Meacham going from appearing to be on the verge of landing the job back to be just a candidate for the position. Meacham is still in the running for the job, according to sources at UNT, but at this point it appears as if the school is turning its attention to its other finalist — North Carolina assistant Seth Littrell. A source close to Littrell suggested that the sides have already discussed parameters of a contract, one that could be ready to be finalized. UNT athletic director Rick Villarre
  13. What alot of people thought UNC Seth Littrell is the choice. Waiting to announce after ACC championship game
  14. North Texas is on the verge of announcing who will take over as its new head football coach. UNT lost to UTEP 20-17 in its final game of the season Saturday at Apogee Stadium. Several of the coaches UNT is talking to about taking over the program finished their regular seasons with their current programs over the last few days. TCU co-offensive coordinator Doug Meacham and North Carolina assistant head coach for offense Seth Littrell are among the coaches in the mix. A UNT source confirmed Saturday that both are among the final few coaches in the running for the position, but said it is premat
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