Former Oklahoma running back Seth Littrell was named Texas Tech's running backs coach, Red Raider head coach Mike Leach announced today. Littrell spent the previous season at the University of Kansas as an offensive graduate assistant. Littrell fills the position previously held by Bill Bedenbaugh, who moved over to coach the Red Raider offensive line following Robert Anae's departure to BYU earlier this month.
"I think Seth will be a tremendous asset to our coaching staff and team," Leach said. "With his experience in playing running back and knowledge of our offensive philosophy, we are looking forward to having him on our side." A four-year letterwinner with the Sooners, Littrell was a team captain on OU's 2000 National Championship team and played under Leach during the 1999 season, when Leach was the Sooners' offensive coordinator. The Muskogee, Okla., native graduated from Oklahoma with a degree in communications. (NCAA)
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