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  1. DENTON — Looking at the proverbial glass as half-full, the 2017 season was overwhelmingly positive for North Texas. In year two under head coach Seth Littrell, the Mean Green played for their first conference title in Conference USA and went to a second consecutive bowl game. UNT, which finished 9-5, also had a chance for only the second 10-win season in school history. However, looking at the flipside, the Mean Green finished the season 0-2 with blowout losses at Florida Atlantic in the C-USA Championship Game (41-17) and to Troy in the New Orleans Bowl (50-30). And even severa
  2. No one has jumped from North Texas to a power conference head coaching gig in nearly 40 years. With another strong year or two, Littrell will probably end that streak. You can win in Denton, but you probably won’t win for long there. When Darrell Dickey took over in 1998, it took him five years to produce a genuinely good team. He went to four straight New Orleans Bowls — the modern model for sustained success in Denton — but had already begun to slide. In his last two seasons, he went 5-18. After Dickey’s replacement, Texas high school legend Todd Dodge, crashed and burned (U
  3. Link: http://www.meangreensports.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/022018aaa.html The Mean Green enter spring practice following the winningest two-year period since the 2003 and 2004 seasons and come off a 9-5 year complete with a Conference USA West Division championship. The tide is turning in Denton, but there is still a long way to go to reach the heights those within the program desire. North Texas student-athletes have been grinding in the weight room and through conditioning since the start of the semester, but the time has arrived where they can get back out on the field and pu
  4. Link to GMG.com 2018 UNT National Signing Day Recap Podcast on Soundcloud
  5. http://www.meangreensports.com/signingday/ Dec. 20, 2017 DENTON – North Texas head football coach Seth Littrell announced the first group of the 2018 Mean Green signing class Wednesday, in conjunction with the newly-instituted early signing period. The class thus far, is comprised of 14 student-athletes from four states and features 11 high school signees and three junior college transfers. “As we raise the level of expectation around this program, we have to continue to bring in players that can help us accomplish our goals,” Littrell said. “Competing for championships and playin
  6. From Horns 247 article: We're hearing SMU’s Chad Morris is headed to Arkansas to replace Bret Bielema, and multiple well-connected sources at SMU have told Horns247 that Texas defensive coordinator Todd Orlando is under consideration to replace Morris. Along with Orlando, SMU interim head coach Jeff Traylor, who was an assistant at Texas under Charlie Strong for two seasons (2015, 2016), North Texas head coach Seth Littrell, UTSA head coach Frank Wilson and former Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin are among the possible replacements to fill the vacancy, sources said. read
  7. http://ntdaily.com/seth-littrell-has-made-the-mean-green-relevant-again-and-he-may-not-be-around-much-longer/
  8. ...and it doesn't look like they will land Mahlzan from Auburn. ----------------------------- Interim Athletics Director Julie Cromer Peoples said DHR International was brought on to help with the football coaching search last weekend. Cromer Peoples delivered a termination letter to Bielema following the Razorbacks' 48-45 loss to Missouri last Friday night and met with assistant coaches the following morning. On the night of Bielema's firing, Cromer Peoples said there would not "be a formal search committee for the process." It is believed to be the first time a search fir
  9. Morris is getting serious looks at Tennessee... if he leaves it would not shock me to see them go after Seth. UNT (9-3): Too high for Seth Littrell? Maybe if you aren’t paying attention. Littrell will be on a lot of short lists this time next year, just watch. In year one at a moribund program he got the Mean Green to a bowl game. In year two he has them playing for a conference title. An off-shoot of the Mike Leach coaching tree, Littrell had success at Kansas (no, seriously, Kansas used to be respectable), Tech, Arizona, and UNC before heading to Denton. With an athletic department fi
  10. Full video from the interview can be found here: http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2017/11/28/mean-green-turnaround-season/
  11. BOCA RATON North Texas head coach Seth Littrell knows firsthand the challenges that come with turning a dismal program around. Two years after inheriting an 11-1 program, Littrell’s Mean Green (9-3, 7-1) prepare to take on the Florida Atlantic Owls (9-3, 8-0) in Saturday’s Conference USA title game. Speaking to the media in a teleconference call on Tuesday, the third-year coach expressed his respect for the job FAU coach Lane Kiffin has done. “I think he’s done an unbelievable job,” Littrell said of Kiffin. “It’s a challenge getting somewhere, building relationships, set
  12. jdaggie2112 3:39p V Since everyone is throwing out names, lol Not a big enough name, BUT remember that name. Due to son, thus my money, going to UNT I went to 6 or 7 UNT ganes the last 2 years and that guy is doing an amazing job. If Texas Tech would have been smart, they would have canned Kliff and grabbed Littrell. A future star in the making in my opinion read more: https://texags.com/forums/5/topics/2909707
  13. So, where does Texas Tech go from here? ESPN writer Adam Rittenberg says that there are multiple names on the list of prospective coaches, including SMU’s Chad Morris, North Texas’s Seth Littrell, Troy’s Neal Brown and Arkansas State’s Blake Anderson. read more: https://www.diehards.com/texas-tech/espn-cites-chad-morris-seth-littrell-neal-brown-potential-kliff-kingsbury-replacements
  14. Grant: A fantastic job at SMU is a 10-win season. Horn: And they could have a 10-win season. Bass: They could do that in that conference. Like I just mentioned, how they got Courtland Sutton, I'll never know. That's such a big check mark in the Chad Morris column to me. The fact that you got that kind of caliber player and another bigger school sees that and goes wow we can get this type of player with this guy and he's recruiting in the area. Sherrington: Well he also recruited DeShaun Watson. Horn: DeShaun Watson, comes from a program, Clemson, that is not a bad program t
  15. DENTON -- Seth Littrell came to North Texas a year ago with a national reputation as an offensive guru and vowed to "tee it high and let it fly." The path UNT's head coach took to reach that goal seemed a little unconventional, to say the least. Littrell had been on the job just a few days when he handed his offense over to Graham Harrell, a Texas high school and college football legend with a short coaching résumé. Littrell's decision to hire an old friend as his offensive coordinator and play-caller resulted in a few bumpy moments, but it paid dividends overall. UNT w
  16. Littrell is listed as one of the 65 coaches voting in this poll. link: http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/08/03/alabama-no-1-ohio-state-no-2-in-preseason-coaches-poll/
  17. “I felt like as a team we were able to overcome adversity fairly quick because there was no finger pointing. I think we had good chemistry. We talk a lot about that. That’s why I think chemistry’s so important.” That’s a lesson he learned at Oklahoma, where he played and coached under now-former Sooners head coach Bob Stoops, who recently retired after a long and distinguished tenure in Norman, a departure Littrell sees with mixed emotions. “Well, it’s two-way. I’m very happy for him. This is something he didn’t want to do up until his 60s or 70s,” Littrell said. “He wanted to h
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