AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Charlie Strong left a Louisville program that needed to punch its way into the national spotlight for the Texas Longhorns, who live smack in the middle with their enormous wealth, swagger, political intrigue and championship expectations.
And that’s just the off-the-field stuff.
On the field, he inherits a team mired in mediocrity with a 30-21 record over the last four years, but still talented enough to come within 30 minutes of winning a share of the 2013 Big 12 title.
Strong will be introduced as the Texas football coach Monday. In a statement released by the school Sunday, Strong said he was excited to be taking over one of the “premier programs” in the country.
“Texas is one of those places that is always on your radar and a program anyone would dream of being a part of because you have a chance to compete on…
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