The search for a new head coach could be over for the University of Texas football team.
The Longhorns are expected to offer the job to Louisville head coach Charlie Strong, according to Chip Brown of Orangebloods.com.
The UT source said Louisville's Charlie Strong will be offered the job, and Strong has indicated he will accept.—
Chip Brown (@ChipBrownOB) January 04, 2014
Strong has been at the helm of the Cardinals football team for the last three seasons following stints at Florida, South Carolina and Notre Dame. He is 37-15 during four seasons at Louisville and led the Cardinals to back-to-back bowl wins, including a 33-23 upset victory over Florida in the 2013 Sugar Bowl.
Strong will replace former Texas head coach Mack Brown, who resigned after leading the Longhorns in a blowout loss in the Dec. 30 Valero Alamo Bowl against Oregon.
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