VIDEO: Texas Head Coach, Charlie Strong Reportedly Fired After Three Seasons

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ABOVE VIDEO: The University of Texas has decided to fire Charlie Strong as football coach, according to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy and multiple reports.

(ESPN) – The University of Texas has decided to fire Charlie Strong as football coach, according to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy and multiple reports.

Strong is 16-20 in three seasons at Texas and 12-14 in Big 12 play. If he coaches his final game at Texas as expected Friday against TCU, a source told McMurphy, Strong will clinch either a bowl bid or his third seven-loss season.

Strong has a regularly scheduled meeting with the team Sunday night and a regularly scheduled news conference Monday.

Texas athletic director Mike Perrin issued a statement Sunday night addressing the reports and saying the university would continue to evaluate Strong.

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