On paper, Steve Sarkisian's Texas Longhorns offense look to be an absolute juggernaut. Coach Sarkisian is a known offensive mastermind. Combine that with the power of Texas recruiting, which has pulled in some of the highest rated recruits in recent memory like Quinn Ewers, Arch Manning and Bijan Robinson.

However, Texas' offense had a slightly underwhelming year in 2021. The Longhorns couldn't top the Big 12 in yards per game or points per game, finishing an unranked 5-7 overall. Texas is obviously looking to take a big step forward in 2o22. Robinson believes the Longhorns are prepared to do so.

Via 247Sports:

“This time last year, we were still trying to figure out the offense,” Robinson told Sirius XM Big 12 Radio. “Like we got an idea of the offense, we knew the offense but, being comfortable, just executing everything in the offense… But now it's like, we know the offense like the back of our hand.”

The Longhorns' two-year star RB has faith in Sarkisian schemes, and looks within for improvement. Robinson claims Texas needs to “just go out there and execute.”

Robinson put up 195 carries, 1,127 rush yards, and 15 all-purpose touchdowns last season in Sarkisian's offense. He'll look to have a monster season as he aspires to be one of the best backs in the country ahead of what could be his final collegiate season. It seems as though he has faith the Longhorns offensive game plan can get him there.

It's unknown how much of the hype around Texas will translate to the field.