Texas football coach Steve Sarsian He was happy with the process Quinn Ewers, the injured quarterback, this week — and the Longhorns expect to have a full deck when they take on Texas Tech this weekend in their Big 12 opener. Texas bounced back from a 20-19 loss at Alabama with a 41-20 win over UTSA, and Sarkisian said the slate was clean early in conference play.
Sarkisian said this week, “The preseason was over, we knew we were going to play Texas Tech on Saturday, a tough opponent.” (Texas Tech) coach (Joey) Maguire did a great job. It is a very strong team at all three levels. They move football. You can throw it at a high level. They are playing very good defense. Very good pass defense. They have some pass rushers.”
Texas Tech (2-1) suffered its first loss of the season, a turnover-filled setback against nationally ranked NC State.
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Here’s what Sarcian had to say about Texas Tech and his team before the Longhorns’ road show.