If UNT had beat 6-6 Miami of Ohio 8 months ago, would you hold that bowl win in higher regard than you do the Mason Fine years and back to back 9-win seasons despite no bowl wins?
I'm not crapping on the HOD win. I just don't think that alone puts Danny Mac over SL considering it was McCarney's only winning season here and the bowl opponent has little recognition in the football wold.
Nah, he was dead after he failed to recruit anyone, especially at QB, his first couple years. I know you love to crap on UNT, but the culture had nothing to do with it. We could have had a sellout vs SMU in 2014 and nothing would have changed.
For all his failings, at least Littrell has been able to replenish our talent enough to keep us from hitting rock bottom. Something Mac was unable to do.
Didn't his eye explode (like, literally), and he had a stroke within the same year after that bowl game?
I wonder if he just sorta let his body check his mind out... Like, "I can't do this at the same level anymore", after those things.
This is a myopic take considering what happened 8 months ago in the inaugural Frisco Made-Up Classic Bowl (Shout out to NT's big gun donor for making it happen though!).
If we shouldn't "overvalue" the 2013 HOD win, what should we do with the non-competitive loss to Miami, OH?? They were literally the very last team that qualified for a bowl... like, if this made up bowl wasn't sponsored by GBR, they don't get to play.
Let your other valid points stand (both of those bowls were very very tough draws) without denigrating the best thing that's happened to NT football in the past decade outside of Mason Fine.