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Who's the youngest active FBS head coach?
Eleven FBS head coaches will be under the age of 40 when the 2018 season kicks off. Only two will be under the age of 35.
The answer is not Seth Littrell (above). The third-year North Texas head coach is among the youngest — turns 40 this summer — but he is not the youngest.
Sean Lewis, Kent State
Sean Lewis was 31 years old when he was introduced as Kent State head coach in December and will be 32 when Kent State opens the season, beating Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley by about two years. Lewis graduated from Wisconsin in 2007 and got his first full-time FBS job in 2014 when he was named receivers coach at Bowling Green.
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