Seth Littrell is the coach for the University of North Texas, coming back to Texas after coaching running backs from 2005-2008. In the interim, he coached tight ends and running backs at Arizona from 2009-2011, additionally serving as co-offensive coordinator in 2010 and offensive coordinator in 2011. From 2012-2013, he was the offensive coordinator/ fullbacks coach / tight ends coach for Indiana. From 2014-2015, he coached tight ends and was assistant head coach.
Coach Seth Littrell - Contract Details
Average Annual Salary:
Length of Contract:
Highest Possible Performance Bonus:
Signing bonus $36,000; $25,000 bonus following execution of first amended agreement; retention bonus of $25,000 in 2017 and $50,000 in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022; Radio/TV stipend 2017-$45,000 2018-$95,000 2019-$145,000 2020-$195,000 2021-$245,000
Highest Possible Academic Bonus:
If before 2/1/18-40% of remaining guaranteed compensation; if before 2/1/19-35% of remaining guaranteed compensation; if before 2/1/20-30% of guaranteed compensation; anything after 2/1/20-20%. Amounts reduced by 50% if President or Director of Athletics no longer at university.
100% of annual base salary for first 36 months of agreement and 75% of annual base salary for last 24 months of agreement (unless, UNT wins >7 games in one season, in which case coach gets 100% of annual base salary) minus mitigated damages.
- Cell phone allowance;
- personal digital assistant;
- personal computer;
- Courtesy car;
- annual car allowance;
- spousal travel to university events;
- Denton County Club membership;
- home football game suite;
- 8 season tickets to all other UNT sporting events;
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