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Texas players, coaches, and media react to Steve Sarkisian’s offense in the CFP National Championship game

Longhorn faithful got a good look at their new head coach on the biggest stage. And they liked what they saw.

NCAA Football: CFP National Championship-Ohio State vs Alabama Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The night before his second press conference as the new Texas Longhorns head coach, Steve Sarkisian was busy calling plays for the Alabama Crimson Tide in the National Championship game.

The Crimson Tide offense was all over the Ohio State Buckeyes from the opening whistle and never let up. The new coach’s hashtag is #AllGasNoBrakes, a mantra he seemed to want to showcase Monday night, showing the country what he hopes to bring with him to Austin.

Players, former players, signees, and coaches all took to social to react to the show.

Three-star running back signee Jonathon Brooks is fully embracing the new mantra:

Wide receiver Jordan Whittington and running back Bijan Robinson both clearly like what the future holds for the Longhorns offensively. Both should their skill sets featured heavily in the new-look offense.

Former Longhorn and current Seattle Seahawks safety Quandre Diggs, who often shares his thoughts on the program via Twitter, was excited for the future. Current players reacted to the Longhorn Legend’s excitement about the new offense under Sarkisian.

Tight end Jared Wiley:

Wide receiver Joshua Moore:

Diggs wasn’t the only former player excited by the new coaching staff, former cornerback Antwuan Davis shares the excitement of many players and fans.

Even members of the staff who are presumably part of Sarkisian’s coaching group got in on the excitement — and recruiting opportunities.

Recruiting assistant Brandon Harris:

Once this game is under his belt, Sarkisian will fully take the reins as the Longhorns’ head coach. The new head man will hold another press conference tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. Central to serve as his full-time introduction at the helm for the Longhorns.