offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian Says He's 'Fired Up' To Return To Alabama
Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports
Steve Sarkisian is back in Tuscaloosa and is pumped about it. Sarkisian left the Crimson Tide in 2016 to be the Atlanta Falcons' offensive coordinator, but was then let go at the end of the 2018 season. Saban swooped in and picked him right back up. Sarkisian says he's fired up to return to Alabama...

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Bama Sark do do do-do-do do Bama Sark do do do-do-do do Bama Sark do do do-do-do do Bama Sark
Reply6 months
I bet a shot of Crown would get him even more fired up.
Reply6 months
Everyone deserves a second chance. I guess some people deserve a third, fourth, and fifth chance, too.
Reply6 months
emphasis on a fifth.......
6 months
Bama will miss Dan Enos as our QB coach. It was Enos that greatly improved Jalen Hurts passing technique. I don’t know what to expect from Sark’s return.
Reply6 months
Is Sark the “Clemson/ Brent Venables” answer? Only time will tell. Lord Saban is pulling out all stops to fix this.
Reply6 months
They are paying him with cheap booze and ugly women, who wouldn't be pumped.
Reply6 months
Im sure he is fired up... cause he got his arse FIRED in Atlanta.
Reply6 months
Doesn’t even seem drunk.
Reply6 months
Yes Sark. Having a job is cool.
Reply6 months
He's F'd Up! And this time, the F stands for Fired!
Reply6 months
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