Alabama assistant leaving to be Steve Sarkisian’s offensive coordinator at Texas – al.com

Two years ago, Kyle Flood followed Steve Sarkisian from the Atlanta Falcons to Alabama.

Now, he’s set to follow Sarkisian once again.

Flood, the Crimson Tide’s offensive line coach the last two seasons, has been hired to be Sarkisian’s offensive coordinator offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Texas, sources confirmed to AL.com.

The news was first reported by ESPN Radio.

Under Flood, Alabama’s offensive line was the winner of this season’s Joe Moore Award, which is given to the nation’s top offensive line unit.

Prior to Alabama and two seasons as the assistant offensive line coach with the Falcons, Flood was the head coach at Rutgers from 2012-15.

Matt Zenitz is a senior SEC football reporter for the Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @mzenitz.

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