Steve Sarkisian: Family| Current wife| Salary| Net Worth

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Steve Sarkisian is an American football coach and former player. He is the head football coach at the University of Texas at Austin, a position he has held since January 2021.

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Steve Sarkisian: Family| Current wife| Salary| Net Worth

Family:

Family
 
 
Stephanie Sarkisian
 
Loreal Smith
Taylor Sarkisian
Seb Sarkisian
Dave Sarkisian

Born in Torrance, California, Sarkisian is the youngest of seven children, the only one in the family born in California; the older six siblings were born in Massachusetts. Sarkisian is of Armenian and Irish ancestry. His father is an Armenian who was born and raised in Tehran, Iran before immigrating to the United States at the age of 18 to attend college. Sarkisian’s mother is an Irish-American from Massachusetts.

Current Wife:

Stephanie Sarkisian

m. 1997–2016

Sarkisian and his ex-wife have three children, two daughters and a son. Their names are Taylor, Ashley, and Brady. Sarkisian has since married Loreal Smith, a former collegiate track star and coach.

Salary:

Steve Sarkisian: Family| Current wife| Salary| Net Worth

TCU’s Gary Patterson has a scheduled pay of $6.1 million this season, while Texas’ Steve Sarkisian lands at No. 3 in the Big 12 with $5.4 million, enough for No. 14 in the country.

As it stands now, the Longhorns are in a good spot with Sarkisian.

He’s notably changed the culture in just his first season on the Forty Acres, and the future of the program appears to be headed in the right direction.

Net Worth:

Steve Sarkisian is an American college football coach for the USC Trojans which has an estimated net worth of $2.8 million.

Steve Sarkisian joined the West High School’s football team, and also a baseball player standout. He was urged by El Camino football coach, John Featherstone which became the start-off of his football career.

During his first year playing for the El Camino as quarterback he was redshirted, Sarkisian earned All-Mission Conference honors. He also received junior college All-American in which he completed 72.4 percent of his passes.

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