Texas Longhorns expected to announce Charlie Strong as new head coach on Sunday, according to reports

Dec 28, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; Louisville Cardinals head coach Charlie Strong holds the Russell Athletic Bowl trophy after the Louisville Cardinals beat the Miami Hurricanes at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

After much speculation the last 24 hours as to whether or not Louisville Cardinals head coach Charlie Strong will indeed be the nest head coach of the Texas Longhorns, we should know the definitive answer as early as Sunday as both Jeremy Fowler of CBS and Chip Brown of Orangebloods.com are reporting that he will be announced as the successor to Mack Brown.


This would finally put to rest all of that speculation. Late Friday night, reports began to surface that the fourth-year Cardinals head coach would be taking over in Austin. But Saturday morning, the talk was that Strong had delayed the agreement until he had spoken with his Louisville players.

Among the details discussed in Friday night’s report were that the school had agreed with Strong on a five-year deal that would pay him somewhere in the are of $5 million per season.

 

Topics: Charlie Strong, Texas Longhorns

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