Sources confirmed to ESPN that Texas will hire Alabama assistant and former Rutgers University coach Kyle Hond as the new offensive coordinator and offensive line coach led by Steve Sakisson.
Flood spent the past two seasons in Alabama, winning the national championship at Ohio State University on Monday night.He worked with the Salkisian in 201
Flood, 49, last served as a coordinator at Rutgers in 2009 and 2010. He later became the head coach of Rutgers, beating him 27-24 in four seasons.
Horns 247 first reported that Flood is expected to be employed in Texas.
The Alabama offensive coordinator for the past two seasons, and the 2020 Broers Award winner Sarkisian (Sarkisian) is expected to continue to be the main offensive force for Texas.
Sarkisian recently said to the Austin American politician: “I absolutely want to be the actor. I will be the actor.” “I made this mistake in a year of my career. [in 2015 at USC]. It will not happen again, it will not happen in the near future.But the fact is that part of the reason [athletic director Chris Del Conte] People in Texas like me because I have been a singer. Suddenly, why would I give up one of the best characteristics I have? “
Sources told ESPN that Sarkisia will also bring Alabama offensive analyst AJ Milwee to Texas, where he will coach the quarterback. Before coming to Alabama, Milvey spent seven seasons with the offensive coordinator of Akron.
ESPN’s David Wilson contributed to this report.