You’d think coaching his new team and heading out on a statewide tour to meet fans would be enough to keep him busy, but UT football coach Charlie Strong is adding one more task to his list: women's football clinic.
Ladies, get ready for gridiron glory at the Charlie Strong Women’s Football Clinic. Taking place at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday, June 21, the clinic is not only a unique chance gain insight into Strong's coaching style, but it also allows a few hardcore fans to see if they have what it takes to be a Stronghorn.
This clinic isn't some patronizing classes that explains how football works so women can presumably watch the games with their husbands. This is a chance to hang out with Strong and his staff for an entire day (and maybe find out if David Ash will be the starting quarterback and report back to us).
Attendees can expect special presentations from the coaching staff, and the chance to see firsthand how the Longhorns run under Strong's tutelage. And make sure to pack appropriate athletic apparel because you'll be hitting the field and taking part in football drills.
Registration for the clinic opens at noon on Monday, April 14 at the cost of $75, which gets you a shirt, special gift, a lunch and something to brag about during the first tailgate of the season. A maximum of 725 woman will be allowed to sign up, and participants must be at least 18-years-old, since NCAA rules state that participants must not be of high school age at the time of the clinic. Registration can be found here.
While this clinic won't give him the chance to scout new talent, it will give Strong the chance to meet his new fans — and for eager fans to meet him.