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UNT Notebook 4-19-16
By Brett Vito

Staff Writer

bvito@dentonrc.com

Published: 19 April 2016 11:27 PM

A lot has changed for the North Texas football program during Seth Littrell’s first spring as head coach.

UNT spends a lot more time working on its passing game in practice. Some of the staples of practice during Dan McCarney era, like the circle drill and Oklahoma drill that emphasized one-on-one physical battles, are long gone.

But that doesn’t mean the Mean Green won’t be a physical team after moving to a spread offense. Littrell said his teams have been physical at every stop of his career as an offensive assistant.

He was quick to emphasize Tuesday that won’t change a bit this fall in his first season at UNT.

http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/sports-he...ysical.ece
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