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Running Back Legacy at North Texas


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Since UNT has returned to FBS (Div I-A) Football it seems to me the only offensive position we have been consistently decent at is running back.  I wanted to pose the question to the MGB board of why has allowed UNT to be consistent at that position?  Perry is the latest departure but it seem that during this run the entire staff has turned over several times but running back play has been a consistent bright spot on offense most years.  How does the Mean Green keep the run going?   Several other topics inspired this one specifically "Great Mean Green FB You Ever Saw" among others.

On 1/12/2017 at 9:48 AM, Cr1028 said:

Not so fast my friend @Brett Vito

Don't like either of those ND guys better than Tommy Perry. If one of those is truly the hire, I feel it will be an epic mistake as neither has coached running backs and Perry was fantastic at it.

This definitely concerns me.  Seth spent quite a bit of time coaching Running Back at previous jobs but he has a lot more to focus on now.  I hope his experience helps him chose another coach to continue the good play we have seen at this position for years to come.

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