Steve Sarkisian has experienced varying levels of criticism during his tenure at Texas, and now there’s a fresh wave following the Longhorns’ 27-20 loss to Washington in the Alamo Bowl.

Texas, playing in its first bowl game under second-year coach, had trouble defending Washington QB Michael Penix, Jr. who threw for 287 yards and 2 touchdowns and No. 12 Washington held off No. 21 Texas 27-20 on Thursday night.

Texas scored 10 late points, pulling within 7 on Bert Auburn’s 26-yard field goal with 1:40 remaining, then failed on an onside kick try. The Longhorns dropped to 8-5 to finish the season.

Several fans noted Sarkisian’s overall coaching record, and pointed to their opinion that he’s simply not a good coach despite luring 5-star recruits and coaching alongside Nick Saban. Even CBS Sports highlighted Sarkisian has a 2-7 record against ranked opponents as the Texas coach.

Here’s a sample of the reaction: