Firing Mack Brown guaranteed an eventful offseason for the Texas Longhorns and his replacement, Charlie Strong.
Losing his starting quarterback to a broken foot should have been the top storyline for Strong. Far from it. Since January, Strong has been hired despite not being named Nick Saban, hired a great staff and dealt with the consequences of the end of Brown's career on the recruiting trail.
This summer should provide more clarity on the news that has not fully developed, but the intrigue has kept on even past the hiring of a new leading man.