CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Seth Littrell took the job running North Carolina's offense to play the same fast-paced style that coach Larry Fedora wants. He's been focused through spring practices on learning what he has to work with to make that system go-go-go.
The Tar Heels close offseason drills with Saturday's annual spring game, ending Littrell's first on-field look at the unit he'll lead as UNC's new assistant head coach for offense.
Littrell says he's "not coming in here doing a ton of talking," and is instead evaluating his new players.
The 35-year-old Littrell replaces Blake Anderson, who became Arkansas State's head coach and took tight ends coach Walt Bell with him. Littrell will coach UNC's tight ends and spent the past two seasons running Indiana's prolific offense.