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North Texas fires former UNC offensive coordinator Seth Littrell after seven seasons


North Texas fired coach Seth Littrell on Sunday, two days after the team lost in the Conference USA championship game. Littrell, a former UNC offensive coordinator under , finished 44-44 in seven seasons, reaching a bowl game in all but one season. He won nine games in 2017 and 2018 but never won more than seven games afterward. (ESPN.com)

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North Texas fires former UNC offensive coordinator Seth Littrell after seven seasons


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