January 17, 2021
Sports News

Kyle Flood set to join Steve Sarkisian’s staff at Texas as offensive coordinator/OL coach, sources say – ESPN

Texas is set to hire Alabama assistant and former Rutgers coach Kyle Flood as its new offensive coordinator and offensive line coach under Steve Sarkisian, sources confirmed to ESPN.
Flood has spent the past two seasons at Alabama, which won a national title Monday night against Ohio State. He worked alongside Sarkisian with the Atlanta Falcons in 2017 and 2018 — Sarkisian served as offensive coordinator and Flood coached the offensive line — before joining Nick Saban’s staff at Alabama.

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