Coach Strong will have his first press conference tomorrow at 11AM on TexasSports.com.
I’m excited and my family is excited to have the chance to lead one of the premier football programs in the country. 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.
To follow a future Hall of Fame coach like Mack Brown, who built a program that had great success and a reputation of doing it with class and integrity, is extra special. The National Championship, BCS Bowl wins and all he accomplished in 16 years built on the Longhorn legacy and makes it such an exciting place to be.
Source: Texas Longhorns Facebook Page
From the Trailer Park Bowl, a mom defends her son’s honor by diving like a “wrecking ball” and kickin’ the shit out of some BroU.
Perhaps we’re spending too much time on“Dirty” Sixth Street.
Austin has been ranked as one of the drunkest cities in America, according to Men’s Health Magazine, which ranked 100 American cities on a top-to-bottom scale from “Stone-cold sober” to “Over the limit”. Austin was ranked 93rd, which in this case means that it is the seventh most-drunk city in America.
16 seasons, 3 BCS Bowl wins, 1 National Championship.
— Danielle Riley (@dlrileyyy)
— Chris Sadeghi (@chrissadeghi)
Mack Brown leaving the football field with his wife, Sally, for the very last time as Texas head coach: pic.twitter.com/Txt1Je1wMj— BuzzFeed Sports (@BuzzFeedSports)
100 years of the Rose Bowl and this is (still) everyone’s favorite moment!
UPDATE: Mack Brown tweeted that it was originally supposed to be a pass.
The VY play @ the end of the USC game was a called pass, but we said look quick & if they are covered run! & he did. The rest is history
— Mack Brown (@UT_MackBrown) January 7, 2014