STILLWATER, Okla. — Texas athletic director Mike Perrin says he would be evaluating “all facets” of the football program following Saturday’s 49-31 loss at Oklahoma State.
Perrin reportedly told Orangebloods.com, when asked about coach Charlie Strong’s future, that “We need to evaluate what happened here.”
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The Cowboys dominated on offense and special teams to deal Charlie Strong a brutal loss.
Pressed by ESPN to expound on his comment, Perrin said, “I’m not evaluating Charlie, per se. I’m evaluating everything.”
After starting the season 2-0, the Longhorns have lost two straight — to Cal and Oklahoma State — giving up 99 total points in the two losses.
Texas also had three extra points blocked Saturday, one of which the Cowboys returned for a two-point conversion.
The Longhorns face rival Oklahoma in Dallas next weekend.