Alabama Crimson Tide fans are seriously missing their former offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian – who you know is led by the Texas Longhorns these days – after an unsatisfactory loss to the Georgia Bulldogs in the College Football Playoff Championship. Current Crimson Tide Offensive Coordinator Bill O’Brien noted an uneven offensive turnout on Monday night. Of course, Alabama fans went to social networks after the match to express their concerns.
It looked a bit like this:
This is surprising #Alabama did not use any speed movement that was so successful with DaVonte Smith last year.
The difference between Bill O’Brien and Steve Sarkisian.
– Shotgun Spratling (@ShotgunSpr) January 11, 2022
WHAT THE Wise Men SAY ABOUT LONG
Austin American statesman: Bohls: The loss of Alabama may offer hope for UT
Austin American statesman: Texas is trying to place in a crowded Big 12 race
Morning news from Dallas: 3 Findings from Texas Victory Over Oklahoma: Andrew Jones’s 22 Points Lead Longhorns to Comfortable Victory
247Sports: Texas topped the 247Sports too soon Top 25 for 2022
ICYMI IN NATIONAL BURNED ORANGE
No. 21 Texas defeated Oklahoma healthily and won 66-52
Report: Former Oklahoma WR Mario Williams on an official visit to Texas
Texas Orange-White is set for April 23rd
247Sports: Four-star Micah Bell talks about Texas, a potential destination for official visits
247Sports: Signers from Texas impressed during the All-American Bowl
247Sports: Four-Star 2023 ATH Rodney Gallagher talks about Texas’ offer
247Sports: Mike at Night: The broadcast portal is warming up for the Longhorns
247Sports: Four-star OL Isaiah Robinson dives into heavily involved schools in her recruitment
Inside Texas: Late Night Recruitment: The Brooks Brothers and New Forecast entered Texas
Inside Texas: Four-star WR Ashton Cozart visits Texas and Oklahoma
GREAT DISTRIBUTION 12
Our Daily Bears: The Bears are trying to find their shot, Tech wins 65-62
Viva the Matadors: Texas Tech goes hunting for bears
Cowboys Ride Free: Oklahoma State throws away the first game of a trip to West Virginia
The Smoking Musket: Jalen Bridges leads West Virginia around the state of Oklahoma and reaches a career peak
The Smoking Musket: 2021 Defense Review: Part Two – Advanced Statistics
Wide Right & Natty Lite: Iowa State is lagging behind in Kansas last seconds
WHAT WE READ
SB Nation: Nick Saban on Dolphins: A Brilliant Concept That Nobody Considered
SB Nation: The Raptors mascot was given a timeout to distract Devin Booker from the free throws
SB Nation: Finding New York Head Coach Giants: Who could be on Giants radar?
NEWS IN FORTY ACRA AND MORE
- Olympian Jordan Larson will play Texas volleyball as an assistant coach.
Three-time Olympian Jordan Larson joins the Longhorns volleyball team. https://t.co/8NdweCq37p
– Hookem.com (@bevobeat) January 12, 2022
- Texas women’s basketball will face the Kansas Jayhawks tonight at 7pm CET.