Longhorns Head coach Steve Sarkisian wants Alabama job after nick Saban’s retirement

There have been recent rumors circulating in the world of college football about the future of Texas Longhorns head coach Steve Sarkisian. Some sources suggest that Sarkisian may have his eye on the Alabama job once legendary coach Nick Saban decides to retire.

Sarkisian, who served as Alabama’s offensive coordinator under Saban from 2016 to 2019, has strong ties to the Crimson Tide program. His successful stint with Alabama’s offense is well-regarded, and his connection with the team and the university could make him a top contender for the head coach position.

However, Sarkisian is currently focused on leading the Texas Longhorns to success and hasn’t publicly commented on any potential moves. While the rumors continue to circulate, it remains to be seen whether Sarkisian will pursue the Alabama job in the future or remain committed to his current role with the Longhorns. As of now, Sarkisian’s focus is on the ongoing season and bringing victory to the University of Texas.

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