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  1. 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
  2. TCU assistant Doug Meacham will interview at North Texas for the open head coaching position as one of two finalists, according to a person familiar with the interview schedule. North Carolina assistant Seth Littrell is the other finalist. Meacham has been the offensive coordinator at TCU the past two seasons. He was hired from Houston, where he was offensive coordinator, to install the Air Raid offense for the Horned Frogs and brought in Sonny Cumbie from Texas Tech as co-offensive coordinator. Under Meacham and Cumbie, the TCU offense has been one of the best in the country, and quarterback
  3. read more: http://www.scout.com/college/north-carolina/forums/1408-tar-pit/14334566-seth-littrell-finalist-for-north-texas-hc
  4. Littrell's is Larry Fedora at UNC. Fedora's name is being thrown around for some of the biggest jobs in the country. The UNC guys see Littrell as a possible replacement if Fedora leaves. "That all being said, Bubba can look at Chizik or, if he does not mind the idea of running a program where the coach leaves every time they're good, he could pick someone off of Urban Meyer's staff or any SEC coordinator. I personally would be most interested in Seth Littrell getting the nod. I like the way the offense looks and he should know all Fedora's tricks, keeping continuity. I don't think there woul
  5. TCU co-offensive coordinator Doug Meacham is one of two candidates who North Texas has closed in on as it nears the end of its search for its next head coach, FootballScoop reported Friday. According to FootballScoop, UNT athletic director Rick Villarreal is expected to interview Meacham on Sunday and hopes to announce a hire early next week. Seth Littrell, North Carolina's assistant head coach for offense, is the other name mentioned in FootballScoop's report. read more: http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/college-sports/tcu-horned-frogs/20151127-report-tcu-co-offensive-coordinator-meacham-amon
  6. Assistant Head Coach for Offense/Tight EndsSeth Littrell joined the Carolina football staff in 2014 as the Tar Heels’ assistant head coach for offense and tight ends coach. In his first season in Chapel Hill, Littrell helped Carolina establish several school records, including most passing yards, most passing touchdowns and most first downs. Quarterback Marquise Williams was a second-team all-conference pick after leading the Tar Heels to a bowl game in his first year as the starter. Williams set several individual school records, including most rushing yards and rushing touchdowns by a qu
  7. The Mean Green football team is set to face the Arkansas Razorbacks in their third straight non-conference game on Saturday, Sept. 15 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. This is the first time this season North Texas will be traveling after starting the season 2-0, the first time since 1994. Kickoff is slated for 3 p.m. at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The history between these two teams goes back to 1947. Since then, the teams have met a total of nine times, the most recent meeting taking place in 2007 that resulted in a 66-7 Razorback win over North Texas. Outscored by more than 250
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