Everything Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian said after the blowout loss to Iowa State

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After a dreadful month of October, Texas was hoping that November would get off to a much better start.

That was not the case by any means, as the Longhorns played their worst game of the season and were absolutely embarrassed by Iowa State in Week 10.

Nothing went right for Texas, as they got off to a bad start with Bijan Robinson fumbling his first carry of the game. To make matters worse, Casey Thompson looked terrible, as he was plagued by inaccuracy to the point that Steve Sarkisian benched him after just six throws. Hudson Card came in and although it seemed the offense was looking a little more competent, he would wind up fizzling out and never scoring again after the first touchdown.

The defense, like they had been in the three games prior, were solid in the first half, but when the offense goes three-and-out every single drive it put a very shaky defense on the field too much.

Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian is beyond the point of soul searching with this team, as they are now at risk of missing a bowl game. It is only year one in his tenure, but he certainly needs to show an ability to make adjustments.

Sarkisian addressed the media after the game and uttered the same somber messages he has been the past three weeks.

Take a look at everything he had to say on the next page.