ESPN College Football Analyst Takes Shot At Longhorns Coach Steve Sarkisian.
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As the Steve Sarkisian era begins at the University of Texas, one ESPN announcer took the time to take a shot at him for his previous coaching stops.
College Game Day analyst and former Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard took a shot at Sarkisian who has coached at Washington, USC, Alabama, Oakland Raiders, Atlanta Falcons and now Texas.
“The Steve Sarkisian era begins at Texas,” said Howard during the College Game Day show. “It seems like he’s coached everywhere except Bishop Sycamore. This guy has been all over.”
Bishop Sycamore is an alleged fake high school out of Ohio who tricked ESPN by falsifying its roster prior to a nationally televised game last Sunday against Florida powerhouse IMG Academy. Since then, players have released statements saying that the former head coach who was fired made them commit illegal activities including robbery.
The University of Texas hired Sarkisian back in January after previous head coach Tom Herman was fired. The #21 ranked Longhorns will be in action on Saturday against the #23 ranked Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns to open the season.