CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina has hired Seth Littrell as assistant head coach for offense and tight ends coach.
The school made his hiring official Friday after negotiating a deal with him earlier this week. The former Indiana offensive coordinator replaces Blake Anderson, who ran Larry Fedora's no-huddle spread offense for two seasons before becoming head coach at Arkansas State.
Under Littrell, Indiana averaged 38.4 points and 508.5 yards this season. The 35-year-old had also worked as an assistant at Arizona and Texas Tech.
In addition, UNC said receivers coach Gunter Brewer and offensive line coach Chris Kapilovic have been named co-offensive coordinators.
Anderson, who also coached quarterbacks, hired former Tar Heels tight ends coach Walt Bell for his Arkansas State staff. That leaves Fedora with one more staff position to fill.

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