Charlie Strong will finally be announced as Texas's new head coach on Sunday. The coach reportedly informed his now former school Louisville's athletic director that he was leaving for Texas, so it'd be pretty awkward if that turns out not to be the case.

Strong at least leaves Louisville on a good note. He earned a 37-15 record in his three-year tenure, and guided the Teddy Bridgewater-led squad to a 12-1 record this season. The Cardinals ended their season with a 36-9 win over the Miami (FL) Hurricanes in the Russell Athletic Bowl, which is a much better ending than what Mack Brown had in his final game as Texas's head coach, where he lost 30-7 to Oregon in the Alamo Bowl. How is Louisville going to move on without Strong and Bridgewater at their side?

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[via USA Today Sports]