North Texas Mean Green Preview 2022: Season Prediction, Breakdown, Key Games, Players

North Texas College Football Preview 2022: Team breakdown, season prediction, keys to the campaign, and what you need to know

North Texas Mean Green Preview 2022: Previewing, predicting, and looking ahead to the North Texas season with what you need to know and keys to the season.


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Seth Littrell: 37-38, 7th year at North Texas,
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North Texas Mean Green Preview 2022

Is Seth Littrell ready to take North Texas into a new era?

He’s a young head coach who was a hot name in the overall mix after two straight nine win seasons in 2017 and 2018, but three straight losing seasons and a 14-21 record since then changed the perception.

His teams can crank up the offense, improved a bit on defense, and at least got to bowl games in five of his six seasons at the helm. Granted, the Mean Green lost all five of the bowls, but he got there.

Now North Texas is gearing up for live in the American Athletic Conference next year. The league might be a shadow of its former self with the stars taking off, but it’s still a big step for the program and the university.

This year, with a few schools taking off early for the Sun Belt, and with a loaded offense coming back, this is when the team and program should rise back up again.

The tough schedule might have something to say about that, but in Year Seven, this is when North Texas needs to be the team everyone else fears. And it will be because of the …

North Texas Mean Green Preview 2022: Offense

The scoring punch might have been hit or miss, but it geared it back up after a tough start to win five straight games to close out the regular season, it finished with the fifth-best rushing game in the country, and the passing game was consistent as the season went on.

With eight starters expected to be back, and help on the way from the transfer portal, the attack should be even better.

The quarterback situation just got more interesting. Austin Aune wasn’t all that accurate, but he ran well and turned up the downfield passing game over the second half of the campaign.

Former North Carolina transfer Jace Ruder got his chances, but now he and Aune have try holding off former Arizona Wildcat and Memphis Tiger Grant Gunnell.

The quarterbacks have a loaded receiving corps to throw to. Roderic Burns, Damon Ward, and the return of deep threat Jyaire Shorter from missing most of last year will crank things up.

The great running game has to replace 1,215-yard, 13 TD star DeAndre Toney. However, Ikaika Ragsdale and the next three top backs return, and Aune is a good runner – if he grabs the gig as the starter.

The offensive line loses tackle Jacob Brammer to Vanderbilt, but the other four starters are back including all-star center Manase Mose.

North Texas Mean Green Preview 2022: Defense

The defense was a hot mess in 2020. It closed out allowing 500 rushing yards to Appalachian State, gave up close to seven yards per play, and it finished the season dead last in college football allowing 522 yards per game.

The 2021 defense improved by leaps and bounds, allowing 382 yards per game and just 5.7 yards per play.

There’s a lot of turnover and the depth is lacking, but at least North Texas knows it can play some D.

Step One is replacing the Murphys. Grayson and Gabriel Murphy combined for 15.5 sacks and 26.5 tackles for loss, and now they’re living the life out a UCLA.

The Mean Green don’t have the star defensive ends to replace those two. That’s going to be a fall camp work in progress, and finding two new tackles to replace Dion Novel and Caleb Colvin won’t be easy either. There’s not a ton of size, but 6-0, 288-pound Enoch Johnson has the upside to be a factor.

The linebackers should take over. KD Nixon was an all-around star, earning First Team All-C-USA honors with a team-high 121 yards – and he got into the backfield – and Larry Nixon, Sean-Thomas Faulkner, and Kevin Wood are all veteran tacklers.

The defensive backs have to make more big plays after coming up with just three of the team’s six interceptions, but three of the four starters are expected back – DeShawn Gaddie will once again be one of the team’s top tacklers and big on breaking up passes.

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College Football Rankings, Season Predictions: Conference USA Spring Version 2022

Conference USA college football rankings and predictions with realistic best and worst case records and quick analysis – the 2022 spring version.

Conference USA college football rankings and predictions with the realistic best and worst case records and quick analysis – the 2022 spring version.


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It’s a new world for Conference USA with the loss of Marshall, Old Dominion, and Southern Miss over to the Sun Belt. There are still plenty of good teams still around, but the league is hanging on through the expansion process.

Can 2021’s star teams keep it all going? UTSA and WKU won’t be quite as good, UAB should be strong, and UTEP might just keep on stunning.

If Florida Atlantic can rise up after a down season, and if North Texas and Middle Tennessee can be bowl-worthy again, it should be a fun run.

The rankings are based on how good the teams should be and not the final projected records. Keeping in mind that this all could/might/will change when we make the final calls in August …

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Results So Far ATS: 85-67-2

One massive miscalculation later …

I blame missing EVERYTHING against the spread during an epically bad Saturday on the stress and strain of having to scramble to find ESPN after the YouTube TV/Disney kerfuffle, and …

I can’t blame this multi-billion conglomerates. It was all my fault for totally whiffing on my belief that Conference USA was going to get rim-rocked this bowl season – except, of course, for my pick of Marshall to cover against Louisiana. (It didn’t.)

Picking bowl games takes a different skill set from the regular season. Logic, reason, and normal rules don’t always apply – hello, Jackson State and BYU.

So I’m done with you, Conference USA. You win.

I’m staying away from the against the spread calls of Old Dominion vs Tulsa in the Myrtle Beach Bowl (I like Tulsa -9, of course), UTSA vs San Diego State in Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl (I like SDSU -2.5, of course), and Miami University vs North Texas in the Frisco Football Classic (I like MU, of course).

I always stick with my picks, I take my beating, and then I move on. But there were things that have gone the right was so far.

The point totals went just fine over the first several games, so I’m mostly going with those for these bowls during the week before Christmas.

Pray for me.

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5. Missouri vs Army: Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl

LINE Army -4
ATS PICK Missouri

Oh, I am well aware that you pick against Army at your own risk.

I’m an adult, I take responsibility for my own actions, and I will almost always take my chances with SEC team over a Group of Five-level team.

Especially if that SEC team is getting points.

Yeah, I’m still smarting from going hard on San Diego State and its amazing defense in the 2017 Armed Forces Bowl – and then Army won.

Yeah, I’m still smarting from going hard on Houston in what should’ve been an easy in in the 2018 Armed Forces Bowl – and then Army won 70-14.

Yeah, I’m still smarting from going hard on West Virginia against the spread in the 2020 Liberty Bowl – and Army lost, but only by three.

Army is 4-1 in its last five bowl games from 2010 on, but there’s a strange part to that. None of the four bowl wins were against Power Five programs, and Army didn’t actually beat West Virginia last year.

In fact, Army hasn’t beaten a Power Five program since the win over Duke in 2017. Before that you have to go back to a 2012 win over Boston College.

I’m fully aware – and love – what Army does, and I know bowls go against what we all believe in our core to be true, but you’re getting points here. You’re not even asking the Power Five team to win big.

4. Hawaii vs Memphis
3. Miami University vs North Texas
2. San Diego State vs UTSA
1. Kent State vs Wyoming
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Miami University vs North Texas: Frisco Football Classic Prediction, Game Preview

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Miami University vs North Texas: Frisco Football Classic Bowl prediction, game preview, how to watch, Thursday, December 23


Miami University vs North Texas: Frisco Football Classic Bowl How To Watch

Date: Thursday, December 23
Game Time: 3:30 pm ET
Venue: Toyota Stadium, Frisco, TX
How To Watch: ESPN, Live stream on ESPN+
Records: Miami University (6-6), North Texas (6-6)

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Miami University vs North Texas Frisco Football Classic Bowl Preview

If you’re going to make up a bowl game at the last possible second out of thin air – just because – you’re not going to send two boring teams that might grind down in a defensive slugfest. No, you want big plays, offense, and two teams that will be jacked to get the opportunity.

There were two more bowl eligible teams than slots available with a San Francisco-based bowl canceling this year, so the Frisco Bowl Classic – not to be confused with the Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl – was invented just before all of the matchups were announced.

In comes North Texas after overcoming a 1-6 start to win five straight to get here. The running game went wild late in the season with over 320 yards in three of the last four games.

Miami University probably would’ve had a slot somewhere else, but the extra bowl locked it in. It won four of its last six games thanks to a high-powered passing game that rolled for 200 yards or more in every game but the opener against Cincinnati, and bombed away for over 1,400 over the last four games.

Can the RedHawks stop the run? Sort of, but not really. Can the Mean Green stop the pass? Sort of, but not really. So let’s have some fun on a Thursday afternoon.

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UTSA vs North Texas Prediction, Game Preview

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UTSA vs North Texas prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, November 27


UTSA vs North Texas How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 27
Game Time: 2:00 ET
Venue: Apogee Stadium, Denton, TX
How To Watch: ESPN+
Record: UTSA (11-0), North Texas (5-6)
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UTSA vs North Texas Game Preview


Why UTSA Will Win

There are just three unbeaten teams left in college football – UTSA is doing something right.

It had one of its biggest challenges yet against UAB last week, and it passed even though the offense didn’t work right – the passing game picked up the slack in the 34-31 win.

North Texas is on a roll with four straight wins, but overall the passing game isn’t efficient enough, the defense hasn’t quite been able to hold up against the decent attacks, and UTSA is great at holding up when needed against the big offenses.

It survived WKU, it held up against Illinois – not a great offense, but the Big Ten – and it has been able to find ways to win.

It doesn’t beat itself. There aren’t a lot of penalties, the turnover margin isn’t a problem, and …

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Why North Texas Will Win

UTSA doesn’t need this game. North Texas does.

The Roadrunners are playing the winner of the WKU-Marshall game for the Conference USA championship. Staying healthy is the most important part of this, but for North Texas, it’s all about getting the win to go bowling.

It’s been an impressive turnaround for the Mean Green. Just when it looked like all was lose with a 1-6 record and three road games coming up, the offense clicked – at least it did after the win over Rice – the balance was there, and the team fought back to get in this position.

However …

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What’s Going To Happen

The home win over UTEP was nice, but the other three wins – Rice, Southern Miss, FIU – didn’t exactly come against a bunch of killers.

Don’t expect UTSA to go all out here with bigger things to come, but of course it wants to beat North Texas. Of course it wants to be 12-0 and with an outside shot at the New Year’s Six game from the Group of Five champs.

It’ll push hard to keep its perfect season alive, and it’ll do it with the defense that will give up yards, but won’t break enough.

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UTSA vs North Texas Prediction, Lines

UTSA 37, North Texas 20
Line: UTSA -10, o/u: 59.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2

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North Texas vs FIU Prediction, Game Preview

North Texas vs FIU prediction, game preview, how to watch, lines, and why each team might – or might not – win this Saturday.

North Texas vs FIU prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, November 20


North Texas vs FIU How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 20
Game Time: 7:00 ET
Venue: Riccardo Silva Stadium, Miami, FL
How To Watch: ESPN3
Record: North Texas (4-6), FIU (1-9)
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Why North Texas Will Win

Where did this come from?

All of a sudden, North Texas went from being mired in a lost season to being two wins away from a bowl appearance. The regular season finale is against UTSA – there might be a hard stop to the fun next week – but it can make this interesting by getting though the free space game.

FIU is a total mess. Head coach Butch Davis is done, interim head man Ron Cooper has to try piecing things together for a team on a nine-game losing streak. The last six losses have all been ugly blowouts, there are too many turnovers, nothing is happening on defense, and the scoring pop from earlier in the year has gone away.

North Texas has cranked up the offensive efficiency, the ground game should be able to go off, and …

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Why FIU Will Win

Maybe the change in coaches and the drama could serve as something of a positive.

It’s been one of the strange phenomenons over the season. With the distractions and pressure gone, teams have been playing well in the first game after losing the head coach.

There are some positives with FIU. The passing game can push the ball down the field, the North Texas defense is hardly a rock, and if the O can chill on the turnovers after giving it up eight times in the last three games, this might be close.

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What’s Going To Happen

FIU will play a little bit better, but it won’t quite be enough.

There’s a reasonable chance FIU can pull off a win next week against a miserable Southern Miss team, and this will be a step towards that. The Mean Green offense will be too solid and too productive in the second half, but FIU will have its chances to make this interesting.

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North Texas vs FIU Prediction, Lines

North Texas 38, FIU 24
Line: North Texas -10, o/u: 57.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 1.5

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UTEP vs North Texas Prediction, Game Preview

UTEP vs North Texas prediction, game preview, how to watch, lines, and why each team might – or might not – win this Saturday.

UTEP vs North Texas prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, November 13


UTEP vs North Texas How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 13
Game Time: 4:00 ET
Venue: Apogee Stadium, Denton, TX
How To Watch: ESPN+
Record: UTEP (6-3), North Texas (3-5)
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UTEP vs North Texas Game Preview


Why UTEP Will Win

Time to get back on track.

The Miners have the Conference USA world there for the taking, but losses to Florida Atlantic and UTSA in back-to-back weeks all but ended that.

Whatever. UTEP is going bowling.

The Miners continue to be the best in the league at third down defense, the line is getting into the backfield, and the offensive front is giving everyone time to work.

North Texas might have cranked up the offense against a sad Southern Miss team, but the passing game isn’t efficient, the defense doesn’t come up with third down stops, and the running game that’s been so strong now has to go up against a UTEP defense that’s been a rock until dealing with UTSA.

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Why North Texas Will Win

The Mean Green running game is rolling.

They have a slew of smallish, quick backs who can all come up with yards in chunks, and they did that with 321 yards last week, they’re averaging a Conference USA-high 228 yards per game, and the O is working with 12 touchdowns over the last four weeks.

The defense has’t been great, but it’s not getting gouged. As good as UTEP is, it’s not putting up big numbers – it hasn’t scored more than 28 since September 4th.

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What’s Going To Happen

North Texas is trending up with two straight road wins, and offense that’s finally starting to do what it wants, and with a schedule that’s more manageable. It lost six straight games before the recent two wins, but it was supposed to lose all six.

UTEP is playing well on the lines, the downfield passing games are there, and it’ll grind through with a good day from the run defense to stop the current slide.

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UTEP vs North Texas Prediction, Lines

UTEP 28, North Texas 26
Line: UTEP -1, o/u: 55
ATS Confidence out of 5: 1.5

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North Texas vs Southern Miss Prediction, Game Preview

North Texas vs Southern Miss prediction, game preview, how to watch, lines, and why each team might – or might not – win this Saturday.

North Texas vs Southern Miss prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, November 6


North Texas vs Southern Miss How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 6
Game Time: 3:00 ET
Venue: MM Roberts Stadium, Hattiesburg, MS
How To Watch: ESPN+
Record: North Texas (2-6), Southern Miss (1-7)
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North Texas vs Southern Miss Game Preview


Why North Texas Will Win

Look at North Texas rising up and coming up with something big.

Rice shocked UAB, and just as it seemed like the program was about to make a nice step forward, the Mean Green – for them – pitched a relative defensive gem with a 30-24 win.

There’s good pressure coming from the front, and now it gets to go against a Southern Miss offense that’s an absolute disaster.

The Golden Eagles haven’t come close to running for 100 yards in any of the last six games, they’re dead last in the nation in scoring, they’re among the worst in the nation at keeping defenses out of the backfield, and North Texas might look like the 1985 Bears against this bunch.

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Why Southern Miss Will Win

It’s not like the North Texas is all that great.

It didn’t dominate Rice, but it was good enough to get the win. Overall, it can be thrown on without too much of a problem. It’s giving up 8.5 yards per throw, it’s only picked off four passes – just one in the last seven games, and Southern Miss has to take advantage of all of it.

There might not be a whole lot happening on the ground for the Golden Eagles, but throw, throw, throw some more, and …

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What’s Going To Happen

The defense should be able to get off the field.

There might be a ton of problems on both sides of the ball, but Southern Miss is great at third down defense and overall it’s not getting gouged in any one way. This is the week the defense rises up to overcome the miserable offense.

It’s not going to be anything beautiful, but at home in a turnover-filled game, the USM fans will take it.

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North Texas vs Southern Miss Prediction, Lines

Southern Miss 20, North Texas 17
Line: North Texas -5, o/u: 49
ATS Confidence out of 5: 1

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North Texas vs Rice Prediction, Game Preview

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North Texas vs Rice prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, October 30


North Texas vs Rice How To Watch

Date: Saturday, October 30
Game Time: 2:00 ET
Venue: Rice Stadium, Houston, TX
How To Watch: ESPN3
Record: North Texas (1-6), Rice (3-4)
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North Texas vs Rice Game Preview


Why North Texas Will Win

The Rice offense isn’t good enough to keep up if North Texas can get out to a huge start.

Shocking win over UAB aside, the Owls still only came up with 346 yards of total O, there isn’t enough of a running game, and the passing attack isn’t built to bomb away to keep up in a firefight.

The 30 points scores last week against the Blazers were the most against any FBS team, with only one other game with over 17.

North Texas has its issues, but the offense is versatile, balanced, and it wouldn’t have a problem getting into a back-and-forth battle, but …

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Why Rice Will Win

The North Texas defense isn’t good enough.

The offense might have enough parts to come up with over 200 yards both running and passing if everything goes right, but the line allows way too many plays behind the line. It’s that other side that’s the issue.

The run defense stuffed Liberty last week, but it allowed over 300 yards through the air for the second straight game in yet another loss. The Mean Green are allowing 35 points per game, they’re turning the ball over way too much, and Rice should be able to take control of all of that because …

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What’s Going To Happen

Slower and steadier should win the race here.

Rice is terrific at owning the time of possession battle, and it should be able to grind a bit – even if the running game isn’t great – by converting on just about every important third down.

The Owls will show off decent balance with one of the most efficient and effective offensive days of the year. All of a sudden, Rice will win four of its last five games as it makes a sneaky push for a bowl game.

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North Texas vs Rice Prediction, Lines

Rice 34, North Texas 27
Line: Rice -2.5, o/u: 56
ATS Confidence out of 5: 3.5

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