Everything Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian said prior to facing No. 12 Oklahoma State

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It’s a huge week in Austin, as the No. 12 Oklahoma State Cowboys are coming to town.

The Longhorns got their heart’s broken in the Red River Showdown last week after Caleb Williams willed Oklahoma to a miraculous comeback win. Texas also lost some key players in edge rusher Jacoby Jones and wide receiver Jordan Whittington.

Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian and his staff decided too make a personnel change on the offensive line in hopes they can somewhat contain one of the nations top ranked defenses this week.

When Sarkisian addressed the media on Thursday, unlike someone else in the Big 12 (hi Lincoln Riley), he touched on the fate of Texas’ season as well as their mindset heading into the Oklahoma State game.

This game has major Big 12 Championship implications, but the recruiting impact may be just as critical. Numerous highly rated recruits such as five-star quarterback Arch Manning will be in attendance.

Let’s take a look at everything Sarkisian had to say on Thursday prior to No. 25 Texas facing off with No. 12 Oklahoma State on Saturday.

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