Report: Louisville's Charlie Strong To Become The Next Head Coach At Texas

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

A couple of sources are reporting tonight that Louisville head coach Charlie Strong will become the next head coach at the University of Texas. Chip Brown of OrangeBloods.com (who was all over the Mack Brown departing story) was one of the first to report the news and he was quickly followed by Football Scoop.

Since 2010 Strong has built a 38-15 record  at Louisville and won the Sugar Bowl following the 2012 season. The Cardinals were a preseason favorite to return to a BCS game again this season but failed to win their converence, giving way to eventual Fiesta Bowl champion Central Florida.

What do you think Sooner fans?

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