Following last week’s narrow loss to the Alabama Crimson Tide, the Texas Longhorns face some questions at the quarterback position after starter Quinn Ewers left the game with a shoulder injury that will likely sideline him for several and second-teamer Hudson Card is questionable this week with an ankle injury. But head coach Steve Sarkisian doesn’t want to answer any questions about it.
During a Zoom interview with the members of the media on Thursday, Sarkisian got frustrated with questions about the quarterback situation, saying that he has no interest in revealing game-planning decisions to reporters.
“You guys can keep poking the bear on what I do at quarterback,” Sarkisian told reporters Thursday via Zoom. “At the end of the day, I’m not going to give you game-planning decisions or how we practice. There’s a reason you guys don’t come to practice. If I wanted you to know who took snaps, I’d let you come to practice.”
Ewers will not be available for Texas for several weeks and if Card is out with an ankle injury, Texas will likely turn to redshirt-freshman quarterback Charles Wright to start against UTSA this weekend. Wright has appeared in just one game in his college career, taking snaps last season against Texas Tech.