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Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian spoke with reporters this week and talked about starting quarterback Quinn Ewers and backup Arch Manning heading into the 2024 season.

“Both guys are doing really well,” Sarkisian said. “You can feel Year Three Quinn. You can feel Year Two Arch. Just kind of the operation of it. The anxiety lessens year to year of ‘What are we doing next? What does this look like?’…

“They’re both doing a really nice job. They’re both in a phase in their progression systematically but also maturity of players that have been in the program.”
Ewers passed for 3,479 yards and 22 touchdowns during his sophomore season, leading the Longhorns to the College Football Playoff last year.

Manning, a freshman from New Orleans, appeared in just one game last season and completed 2 passes on five attempts.
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Geaux Guy28 days
Arch will never see the field.
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BTRtoIAH28 days
Technically he already has.
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