Jan 6, 2014; Austin, TX, USA; Texas Longhorns president Bill Powers (left) and head football coach Charlie Strong (center) and athletics director Steve Patterson (right) speak at a press conference in the Centennial Room of Belmont Hall at Texas-Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports

Texas Longhorns Charlie Strong welcome t-shirt goes terribly wrong (Photo)

The Texas Longhorns have found a new head coach in Louisville Cardinals head coach Charlie Strong. He replaces longtime Longhorns head coach Mack Brown.

“I’m excited and my family is excited to have the chance to lead one of the premier football programs in the country,” Strong said. “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 a national level every year. It’s special because it has such great history, pride, tradition and passion for football.”

With Strong being hired, there is some excitement in Austin. Some decided to make a shirt to capitalize on it, and they made a shirt with a horrendous slogan. The shirt has a picture of Strong and the slogan reads “Black is the new Brown.” These will probably (hopefully) have a hard time selling.


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  • porkchop

    You have to think before you make something, in a hurry to make a buck.

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  • 7skuareoff

    You have to be white to be considered racist in Yankee Ameruhca.

    I’ve read a lot of trash from effing Yankees as to why the
    University of Texas couldn’t steal a known coach from
    another major university football team.

    First off, let’s put the firing of Mack Brown in perspective.
    From 1969 to 1972, twelve men walked on the moon, and
    two men successfully coached a NCAA Division I college
    football team to an AP consensus national championship,
    and one of them was Darrel.Royal at UT, TWICE. Fewer
    men have coached a NCAA Division I college football
    team to a national championship than have flown into
    space, throughout the entire history of American college
    football. That’s a pretty damned exclusive club.

    When one of Those men, a coach as well respected and
    admired as Mack Brown, gets summarily fired and treated
    as shabbily as Coach Brown was by Steve Patterson, the
    punk a#$ new athletic director at Texas; other coaches
    stand up and take notice. When your AD passes over an
    entire staff of experienced and successful assistant
    coaches and goes outside the program to hire a relative
    unknown as head coach, assistant coaches stand up and
    take notice, too. I don’t wonder one bit why no one from an
    established program wanted to work with Patterson.

    It ain’t UT or its culture that other college coaches have a
    problem with. I wish coach Strong all the success at UT that
    his predecessors enjoyed. I hope he gets to work with a
    better AD than coach Brown did.