Tag: Seth Littrell
Folks, your third favorite NT blogger was out in Irving today talking with Seth Littrell, Jeff Wilson, and KiShawn McClain. I have some quotes of varying quality. By the end of the day players from every team were visibly beaten down by the barrage of questions touching on the same thing. Other media jumped in… Read more »
North Texas gave Seth Littrell a raise, more years, and an adjusted buyout provision that makes it fairer for both sides. Wren Baker and company are now paying the Head Football Coach something near the top of the conference, which is a good place to start. The immediate attainable goals for the program are winning… Read more »
I said I would be there and I kept my word. I felt like I was looking super fly but I will reserve final judgement until I see the official photos. The other stops in the caravan were more well-attended than this one, and it seems the information passed along was robust and straight-forward. All… Read more »
Vito DRC reports that Littrell has a new contract that will keep him here for five more years — well that is the hope, isn’t it? My gut tells me this is — at least partly — about keeping assistants. “This new contract represents an aggressive move to keep coach Littrell, his staff, and their… Read more »
I flirted with the idea of recapping the season after UTEP, and then again after the HOD Bowl. Niether felt right, as we were too close to the results. We just signed the next class, and so a look back is timely, as Spring camp is near and we will essentially begin looking toward the… Read more »
Billy takes a look a the probable signing class — the first full one of Littrell’s career.
The pass game was clicking, thanks to Army’s soft zone and outmanned corners.
Quickly recap the game, the bowl, the rally corn dog
Surprise is important in football. One of the reasons #WakeyLeaks was effective was because the guy leaked trick plays and formations that were only used in preparation, but not in games. Teams usually only meet once per season and the slightest edge gained by surprise can turn a game. North Texas is in a relatively… Read more »