What does Texas have to do to be back? Steve Sarkisian on changing culture | Always College Football

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Texas Head Coach Steve Sarkisian joins Greg McElroy to discuss changing the culture at Texas and expectations for the upcoming season. Greg talks about what Arch Manning committing to Texas means for the Longhorns, USC and UCLA joining the Big 10, and what Miami and Nebraska need to do to get back to prominence.

00:00 Always College Football Episode 1 Cold Open

00:17 Intro to show

00:55 McElroy talks about USC/UCLA moving to Big Ten and today’s Game Plan

4:49 Steve Sarkisian interview

5:15 Coach Sarkisian talks about what he learned from Pete Carroll and Nick Saban

9:00 Helping change the culture at Texas and learning from ’21 season

10:50 Coach Sarkisian’s message to recruits

12:38 Sarkisian on what it means to play for Texas

15:57 Sarkisian’s approach to coaching quarterbacks

19:15 Bijan Robinson is really really good for Texas

21:00 Rock, paper, scissors for offensive touches

21:40 Alabama @ Texas on September 10th

23:45 2010 BCS National Championship if Colt doesn’t get hurt

26:00 McElroy discusses what Arch Manning means to Texas

28:10 McElroy tells us what Miami has to do to be “back”

30:48 McElroy tells us what Nebraska has to do to be “back”

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