Now that the Texas Longhorns have their guy in Charlie Strong, the entire focus shifts to the offseason.
Mack Brown had the Longhorns finish with at least four losses in each of the past four seasons, falling below the standard that he himself had established throughout his 16-year tenure.
With new blood being infused into the program with Strong's arrival, the future is—in a word—exciting.
That isn't to say the Texas program is without concern. Far from it.
In fact, some of the same issues that plagued the Longhorns for the past few seasons will likely re-emerge as critical fixes in order for Strong to establish some success down the road.
But what else is on the horizon for the Stronghorns?