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Seth Littrell named UNT's football coach

Seth Littrell and daughterUNT has named Seth Littrell, above, as its 19th head football coach, President Neal Smatresk and Director of Athletics Rick Villarreal announced Dec. 5.

Littrell, 37, one of the brightest offensive minds in college football, comes to North Texas after serving as the assistant head coach for offense and tight ends at University of North Carolina. The Muskogee, Oklahoma native will be the youngest coach in Conference USA and fifth youngest in the nation when he coaches his first game. 

The dynamic mind of Littrell has turned the North Carolina offense in 2015 into one of the nation’s best, as the Tar Heels have set school records for most points and touchdowns in a season. The Tar Heels won the ACC Coastal Division Championship and played in their first ACC Championship game.

North Carolina scored over 30 points nine times in 2015, topped the 40-point mark seven times and scored over 50 points in four games, which is a school record. Through 12 games, UNC is averaging 41.2 points a game, which is 11th in the nation.

Littrell and his wife, Becca, have a son, Tripp, and a daughter, Elle, above.

Celebrate Littrell's arrival. Enter to win a spirit pack, which includes a UNT-branded T-shirt, tote bag, water bottle and more. Send an email to InHouse with "Welcome, Seth Littrell" in the subject line by 5 p.m. Dec. 11. Winners will be chosen at random from all responses.

—Mean Green Athletics

(Photo by Michael Clements / URCM)

Posted on: Mon 07 December 2015

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