What Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian said to the media at the start of fall camp

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Steve Sarkisian has a big season ahead of him. And while there is pressure on the second-year coach, you would not know by his demeanor.

Sarkisian spoke confidently and optimistically throughout the offseason. He continued his upbeat talking points for the Texas media on Tuesday as fall camp gets underway.

The Texas head coach spoke on a number of things including the hype and excitement heading into what could be a career-defining season for him. Among the topics discussed was fan enthusiasm leading to high ticket sales.

As for on-field developments, Sarkisian discussed the high turnover on the roster. Texas likely believes it got a lot better this offseason.

A number of new players are set to make an impact. Ja’Tavion Sanders seems to have developed into a starting caliber tight end, while Texas added a number of skill position transfers.

Here’s a look at what Steve Sarkisian had to say to the media on Tuesday.



Quarterback decision


Sarkisian says all the right things about passing coverage

Handling adversity

Offensive line and secondary are open competitions

Taking the next step


Hudson Card, Quinn Ewers


Quarterbacks have room for improvement

When he will name the starting quarterback

Defensive scheme remains a mystery

Sarkisian hints at defensive improvements

Kelvin Banks

No injuries to start camp - credit to Torre Becton for that

Preparing for Texas weather

Texas looks to start fast

Tucker-Dorsey impresses Sarkisian



Story originally appeared on Longhorns Wire