Now who says that first-year Texas Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong can’t have some fun? Well, he definitely can if it’s all for a good cause, just as he did on Saturday when he took part in the 2014 Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness for ALS.
We have already seen a plethora of coaches from around the entire sports world take part in this awesome act, and Strong was the latest to do so Saturday on the practice field.
Watch in the video below as the new head man of the most well-known college football program in the nation takes his turn in the 2014 Ice Bucket Challenge.
It really is amazing to watch all of these high-profile coaches take part in something that benefits such a good cause like ALS research, and there are no doubt more to come from here.
Strong is getting ready to enter his first season as the head coach of the Longhorns, taking over for the legendary Mack Brown, who resigned at the end of the 2013 season last year. Strong was not the first candidate, but there are some that believe he can prove that he was the right choice when all is said and done.
But one thing is for sure, he’ll partake in the fun times with his team when there is a good cause on the line.