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  1. Arizona State has appeared to fire a warning shot in the direction of head football coach Todd Graham. Jeff Metcalfe of The Arizona reports....possible replacements include: SETH LITTRELL Current Position: Head Coach, North Texas Like Mike Norvell, Seth Littrell has rocketed up the coaching ranks in the last decade. The former Oklahoma running back was offensive coordinator at Arizona and Indiana, and associate head coach at North Carolina before taking the North Texas job last year. The Mean Green went just 5-8 last year and still may be couple years away from challenging
  2. With the final 2017 recruiting class starting to take form, North Texas saw several new additions this past week. Reports indicate North Texas has 20 spots to give in this 2017 class, so this is a smaller class than the typical 25 you can sign. With a week to go, North Texas currently sits at 16 commitments, meaning if all hold firm, you are probably looking at round 3-5 more spots left to give. Littrell also may decide to keep a spot or two in his pocket for a late qualifier. Overall, the Mean Green are ranked #11 in C-USA which does give weight to class size. North Texas’ top commit
  3. On at 210 with Robert Wilonsky and David Moore. Right after Da Mayor Mike Rawlings
  4. Houston Coaching Candidate Wish List: 5 Replacements For Tom Herman Seth Littrell, North Texas Head Coach The Mean Green won just one game in 2015. Enter Littrell, who has North Texas at 5-6 entering its regular-season finale and on the cusp of a possible bowl bid in his first season. The former Oklahoma team captain, who won the 2000 national championship in Norman, coached under Mike Leach at Texas Tech from 2005 to 2008 and was at Arizona from 2009 to 2011. He really started to turn heads after he moved on to work under Larry Fedora at North Carolina in 2014 and was part of the Tar
  5. Seth Littrell made this claim last December and now is about to have his team placed in a bowl. I thought he was crazy for it, but I have to give him props for being right. Thank you Coach Littrell!!
  6. The bar - CUSunBelt level competition - isn't that high. As posted before, we could win as many as six games. Many here highly overrate SMU Jesus' progress at SMU. With a very crappy team, we hung with them at their stadium until the fourth quarter. They are bad, and will spend 2016 getting their heads kicking in again. We're 50/50 here Bethune-Cookman is a very good FCS squad, but, still FCS. I do know that we played Portland State last year and were drummed. However, the 2015 squad lacked pride, had essentially zero inside leadership, and quit that game. I border on saying t
  7. Someone signed my newly acquired jersey. Thanks Coach!
  8. DENTON -- Seth Littrell showed a creative flair while coordinating potent spread offenses as he bounced across the country from Arizona to Indiana and finally North Carolina. That creativity extended to Littrell's first few months as North Texas head coach. Littrell took what seemed like an unworkable situation regarding UNT's personnel and gathered the players he needed to make his system work, seemingly from out of thin air. Littrell grabbed headlines when he landed Alabama senior transfer quarterback Alec Morris to run the show. Dig a little deeper, and it's apparent just how
  9. DENTON - Friday was North Texas' 10th day of practice during its preseason camp and rain was once again a factor with morning and afternoon showers. Also making an appearance at Apogee Stadium ahead of his band's concert at the North Texas State Fair and Rodeo in Denton Friday night was Texas country singer Josh Abbott. Friday was the Mean Green's third two-a-day session of the preseason. The wet weather created an opportunity for players to battle through the elements. Head coach Seth Littrell was pleased with his defense's work ethic on the field, which is beginning to become a theme of
  10. North Texas head coach Seth Littrell, offensive coordinator Graham Harrell, and quarterback Alec Morris have one thing in common. The new Mean Green trio — gearing up for a revival in Denton following successful stints elsewhere — has not yet stepped out of the shadows of others. Littrell’s promotion to the head coaching landscape came days after the conclusion of an 11-3 season with the North Carolina Tar Heels, where the first-year Mean Green mentor served as the assistant head coach to Larry Fedora. The 11-win season is the most successful campaign in the Fedora era in Chapel Hill
  11. We got there early so we could fertilize and de-ant our tailgating spot. Overcast and cool morning. Most likely one of the most comfortable scrimmages I have ever watched. Sparse crowd was most likely due to the weather or change of start time. Offense in green, defense in white. 1's vs 1's, 2's vs. 2's and mixmatch. QB's with red jerseys and no contact. Did not see Wren Baker, but did see RV in the end zone. Front doors of stadium were closed so you had to walk around to the athletic center and enter across the bridge. One thing that is totally different with Littrell i
  12. IRVING, Texas – North Texas football in recent years has been a case of untapped potential. The school sits in Denton, Texas, part of the talent-rich Dallas-Fort Worth area. UNT also features a sparkling new facility in Apogee Stadium, which opened in 2011. Yet the Mean Green has posted just one winning season since 2005, a 9-4 campaign in 2013. The program has won three or less games seven times in that stretch, including a 1-11 season last year that included the October firing of Dan McCarney. North Texas tried to turn the page on that lackluster era this offsea
  13. Pictured off of 35E in Lewisville. Thanks to Jesse for the photo.
  14. Dan McCarney helped guide North Texas from the Sun Belt to Conference USA and found some initial success. In 2013, the Mean Green went 9-4 and made a bowl game. But it was all downhill from there. North Texas was 4-13 afterward, with McCarney getting canned following an 0-5 start to 2015. UNT officials went the same route that other area Group of Five programs such as Houston, Tulsa and SMU have traveled, with varying success: hire a Power Five offensive coordinator who’ll bring a high-scoring, fast-paced scheme with him. North Texas’ choice was North Carolina offensive coordinator Set
  15. MGB: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2016/05/breaking-villarreal-out-as-unts-athletic-director.html/
  16. Alec Morris, who transferred to North Texas in January, has done “really well” this offseason, Mean Green offensive coordinator Graham Harrell told AL.com. “Early on, he was playing better than anyone else was, and we just had to advance someone as quickly as possible, and we tried to do that with him,” said Harrell, who is also the quarterback coach. “That’s kind of where he sits. We expect him to have a good fall camp. And if he does, then I’d expect he could be the starter easily around here.” Morris, who was at Alabama from 2012-15 but attempted just one pass, received the bulk o
  17. “There’s a lot of good tape that will help us become a better football team next fall and heading into the summer,” Littrell said. “Overall, we have a lot to work on, and we still have a lot of room for improvement. There is no doubt about it.” As the team heads into the summer and continues to prepare for the upcoming season, the offense, defense and special teams each showed flashes of what is to come. Offense The offense had two big questions entering the spring – who would win the quarterback battle between Alec Morris and Quinn Shanbour, and how would the team be able to run
  18. Reporter5 Views Quick Hits: Five observations from the football spring game Reece Waddell | Senior Staff Writer @ReeceWaddell15 On Saturday, April 23, the North Texas football team took the field for its annual spring game. Here are five observations from the contest. New quarterbacks show improvement Graduate quarterback Alec Morris showed his value in his first appearance at Apogee Stadium, proving he is a clear upgrade from anyone the Mean Green lined up under center in 2015. Morris made the most of his staunch 6-3, 233-pound frame and was not a
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