Now that Charlie Strong is the head coach at Texas, it's time for him to begin assembling his coaching staff.
Perhaps no hire will be more important than who he brings on as offensive coordinator.
The Longhorns have been inconsistent on offense since 2009 when quarterback Colt McCoy was a senior. Former coach Mack Brown and his coaching staff have failed to develop offensive talent over the past few years. There has also been a lot of turnover at the OC spot, from Greg Davis, who resigned, to Bryan Harsin, who left to take the head job at Arkansas State.
Chances are, current OC Major Applewhite is not going to be retained by Strong.
With so many great offensive minds in the Big 12, it's crucial that Strong finds someone who can make Texas an exciting offensive team again.
Here are five candidates he could consider.