The Roost Podcast welcomes Matthew Brune, who covers North Texas football for Mean Green 247 to break down expectations for the Mean Green this fall.
Rice Football opponent previews continue this week with another opponent from Conference USA West. This week we welcomed our friend Matthew Brune with Mean Green to give us the inside scoop on North Texas football and the interesting coaching trajectory of Seth Littrel.
You can always find previous episodes on the podcast page. All of the Conference USA team shows are there as well as the beginning of our Extended Offseason Series. That features popular Rice alums like Anthony Rendon, Christian Covington and James Casey, among others. For now, give a listen to our chat with Matthew on Episode 42.
Episode 42 Notes
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- Matthew Brune joins the show — Matthew shares his insight on North Texas football under Seth Littrell and what to expect from the Mean Green in 2020, including:
- Littrell’s uncertainty coaching trajectory after the down season
- The future at quarterback after Mason Fine
- The array of weapons North Texas will have on offense
- Which players could be difference-makers on defense
- The Lightning Round
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