Texas Longhorns name Steve Sarkisian Head coach
The University of Texas at Austin has named Steve Sarkisian, at present hostile organizer for the Alabama Crimson Tide, lead trainer of the Longhorn football crew.
The University of Texas at Austin has named Steve Sarkisian, presently hostile facilitator for the Alabama Crimson Tide, lead trainer of the Longhorn football crew. He replaces Tom Herman, who was delivered recently.
Sarkisian has a solid history as both a hostile organizer and lead trainer in both Division I school football and the NFL. He likewise brings to the Longhorn football program broad experience instructing in gathering and public title games and creating top ability, including three Heisman Trophy finalists.
“On Jan. 4, 2006, I was the USC quarterback mentor when we played Texas in that renowned public title game. There has consistently been a unique thing about Longhorn football, its set of experiences and conventions – not simply on that day – and I would never have envisioned that 15 years after the fact, I would join the Longhorns as their lead trainer,” Sarkisian remarked. ”
Sarkisian was only this week named the Broyles Award victor, granted to the top school football colleague mentor, as he has helped lead the Crimson Tide to vie for the 2020 public title.President Jay Hartzell stated: “Employing Steve Sarkisian speaks to a basic interest in our football program’s future, for our understudy competitors, yet all of Longhorn Nation. Our whole network profits by a solid and effective games program, and naming Steve as our mentor injects our football program with the vital direction and aptitude to drive further achievement.”
Before joining Alabama in 2019, Sarkisian went through two years as a hostile facilitator with the Atlanta Falcons, four years as an aide and two as lead trainer at the University of Southern California, and five years as lead trainer at the University of Washington. His head training record is 46-35 in general and 2-2 in bowl games.