"I had a good time on the visit and it was a good experience," Ulatoski said.
But what about the game?
"I think everyone handled it (the loss) well," said the state's No. 33-ranked prospect overall. "Nobody was looking to blame others. Everyone was taking responsibility for the loss."
"Every time Texas would drive and score, Arkansas would turn around and do the same thing," Ulatoski continued. "They just kept the momentum away from Texas."
"But they (Longhorns) know they have to get better," Ulatoski explained. "There's really nothing to say. They know that getting better is all they can do."
As for the Texas O-line's performance in Saturday's defeat, the Southlake Carroll 3-star blue-chipper said, "I don't really know. I think Arkansas had a pretty good defensive line so it was hard to run on them."
"I think they did pretty well..."
It was quite obvious to everybody that the Horns, as a football team, didn't play up to their potential. And though it had to be frustrating to the fans in attendance, Ulatoski said he was surprised by the show of support those same fans gave -- even after being upset by the Razorbacks...
"There were a bunch of fans, I mean who knows how many...that stayed till the end," the future Horn said with a little bit of pride in his voice. "And they stayed to sing The Eyes of Texas. I thought that was really cool."
As for any of the negativity or backlash from the die-hard Longhorn fans, Ulatoski said, "There's always going to be people who say bad things. Losing is always disappointing."
To borrow a line from Ulatoski, "They (Texas) know that getting better is all they can do."
Ulatoski and every other Orangeblood are hoping the Horns do just that...
Southlake Carroll OL talks about his unofficial visit to Austin.