Texas’ Quinn Ewers won’t return for Saturday’s No. 1 game against Alabama after the freshman quarterback was beaten by the Crimson Tide Dallas Turner was visibly injured in his left shoulder after he crashed to the ground.
Sources told ESPN’s Pete Taymer that Ewells was taken to the locker room for an X-ray after the injury in the first quarter. He wore casual clothes when he returned to the sidelines in the second half.
Turner was flagged as a rough passer after falling on Ewers in the first quarter, officials say it was because
Ewers was hit The midfielder immediately grabbed his left shoulder and stayed on the field while head coach Gary Patterson’s special assistant and coaches tended to him. After leaving the sidelines, Yules went to the medical tent, then headed to the locker room with a towel over his head.
He had Alabama close behind, going 9-for-12 for 134 yards and just completed a 46-yard pass to Xavier Worthy to Alabama’s 1-yard line game.
Hudsonka relieved Ewers, and Bijan Robinson then scored two to tie Alabama to 10 -10 in Game 1 of the second quarter.
Ewers, a highly touted transfer player from Ohio State, made his first college start against Louisiana Monroe last week, going 16-of-24 for 225 yards, twice A touchdown and an interception to win 52-10.