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Will Stein Will Join Charlie Strong’s Staff At Texas

Photo: Andy Lyons – GettyFormer Louisville quarterback and graduate assistant Will Stein announced on Sunday afternoon that he will be leaving the Cardinal program to join Charlie Strong’s staff at Texas. After graduating from Louisville in 2013, Stein spent the past two seasons as a graduate assistant for the football program. He spent one season under Strong and was a part...
Via The Cardinal Connect
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Charlie Strong hires two to complete Texas coaching staff

Charlie Strong has completed his 2015 coaching staff with two hires, Texas announced on Friday.  Gilmer High School coach Jeff Traylor is joining the staff as tight ends and special teams coach. LSU defensive line coach Brick Haley is taking the same job on the Longhorns' staff after serving as an assistant under Les Miles for the last six seasons.  "It's a great day," Haley said...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame Is A Heavy Favorite In Its Opening Game Against Texas

Texas head coach Charlie Strong was an assistant at Notre Dame from 1995-98, and if the oddsmakers are correct, the Fighting Irish are set to give him a rude welcome in his return to South Bend this September. According to Vegas sportsbook 5Dimes’ initial odds for college football’s opening weekend, Notre Dame is a 10 1/2-point favorite for its season opener against the Longhorns...
Via College Spun
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Charlie Strong Is “Pissed” Texas DL Coach Chris Rumph Left For Florida

Chris Rumph officially left Texas for Florida Friday afternoon, as the Gators hired the former Longhorns’ defensive line coach to the same position. Multiple Texas recruits are not happy with the news.  Charlie Strong reportedly isn’t too pleased, either.  According to Alex Dunlap, who covers Texas for, Strong was one of the last members of the Longhorns...
Via College Spun
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Texas’ 2015 Recruiting Class

Year two for the Texas Longhorns under head coach Charlie Strong is officially off with a bang. UT landed the nation’s 11th-best class in the country, as 29 high school players decided to take their talents to Austin. The Longhorns finished with the best overall rated class in the Big 12.  Here’s everything you need to know about the Longhorns’ class:  The class ranks No...
Via College Spun
28 days ago  |  Discuss

A Texas Commit Is Annoyed That His Mother Only Cooks Gumbo When Charlie Strong Comes To Visit

It isn’t unusual for parents of recruits to break out their best meals when big time college football coaches come for in-home visits. Texas commit Du’Vonta Lampkin isn’t a fan of this, though. According to a tweet, his mom made gumbo for Longhorn coaches Charlie Strong and Chris Rumph, but won’t make it otherwise.  Mom made gumbo for Coach Strong & Rumph ! But i cant...
Via College Spun
January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Charlie Strong hasn’t aged since 1988, but he has less hair

Before he was the head coach of the Texas Longhorns, Charlie Strong worked a number of jobs. One of his first coaching jobs was at Florida. In fact, he spent four different stints at Florida as he bounced around gaining experience. You would think time has taken a toll on him, but this 1988 media guide photo shows Strong looks very much the same as he does today, except with more...
Via The Student Section
January 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Charlie Strong gets commitment from five Florida players

They’re calling them the “Florida Five” in Austin, and they have Longhorns fans optimistic about the future under head coach Charlie Strong. Strong bagged his fifth commitment from a Florida-based player in the last four days, giving Texas 27 pledges for the 2015 class. The latest recruit to commit is wide receiver Gilbert Johnson, who...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 04, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Did Bret Bielema do ‘Horns Down’ gesture?

The internet was consumed Saturday with questions about whether Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema did the “Horns Down” gesture while shaking hands with Texas’ Charlie Strong. The two coaches shook hands Saturday ahead of Monday’s Advocare V100 Texas Bowl between the programs. Some photographs began circulating of Bielema appearing to do the gesture while shaking...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Charlie Strong takes Longhorn logo off Texas helmets

Charlie Strong is so old school that it is kind of annoying. Strong has committed to changing the Texas football culture in the wake of Mack Brown’s departure, and that has resulted in him doing stuff like making his players wear solid white helmets during practice. According to Anward Richardson of, Strong has removed […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 04, 2014  |  1 Comment

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