Charlie Strong laughs off idea of alternate Texas unis

There were some rumblings a few weeks ago that the Texas Longhorns could potentially be busting out some new black alternate uniforms at some point during the upcoming college football season.

For those who were against the idea, you can breathe a sigh of relief.

For those who were hoping to see something new out on the field, well, you are out of luck.

While speaking to the media during the Big 12’s college kickoff this week, Lonhorns head coach Charlie Strong dismissed the possibility of the team wearing alternate uniforms at any point under his reign.

Charlie Strong laughed about idea of Texas ever having alternate uniforms while he's head coach. As he put it…

— Max Olson (@max_olson) July 21, 2015

Strong: "The way this place is, if I walk out there with a black uniform, it's 'what is he doing?!' Way too dangerous"

— Max Olson (@max_olson) July 21, 2015

Well, there you have it.

While some people may be ready for an update or at least a change of scenary once a year, Strong isn’t having any of it. And if there is one thing we know about the Texas coach, it is that he is not afraid to rule with an iron fist and to make sure things get done his way.

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