Everything Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian said after the spring game

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Texas’ spring game came and went, but not without a frenzy of excitement surrounding the offensive fireworks displayed on the field.

After going 5-7 in his first season as the Texas head coach, Steve Sarkisian put a major emphasis on cleaning house of guys not bought into his culture, while also bringing in significant upgrades all over the field. On Saturday, Texas fans got their first sneak peak at some of the new players that will be donning the burnt orange, and they were not disappointed.

The arial attack displayed by Quinn Ewers to Isaiah Neyor has already made its infinite rounds on the internet, and has only helped fuel the debate of who should start between he and Hudson Card.

Both the offense and defense had their moments, and like every coach would, Sarkisian had some thoughts on what could be better after the game.

Here is what Sarkisian said after the Longhorns spring game.

Sarkisian on Quinn Ewers' performance

The team's mindset heading into fall

Sarkisian discusses the team's development

Sarkisian emphasized the importance of running the ball

The health of the team

The offensive line's performance

Freshman that stood out

Sarkisian details what he has seen in terms of improvement

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