Alabama is once again adding a former head coach to its army of analysts.
ESPN’s Chris Low reported Charlie Strong will be joining UA’s staff in the off-field role for the 2020 season. An official announcement is expected later in the week. Strong was photographed on a visit to Tuscaloosa earlier this week.
Strong has spent the last 10 seasons as a head coach: four at Louisville, three at Texas and three at USF. He compiled a record of 74-53 but was fired at both Texas and USF.
Before his head-coaching career, he spent the previous 13 years as an assistant in the SEC: four years as the defensive coordinator at South Carolina and nine years as an assistant at Florida, the first two and last two as the defensive coordinator.
Strong is joining other former head coaches Butch Jones and Major Applewhite in off-field roles at UA.
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