Sources: Texas QB Ewers (shoulder) to miss out on time
Oct 22, 2023, 09:27 PM ET
Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers is expected to miss out on time after suffering a grade 2 AC joint sprain in his ideal shoulder, sources told ESPN’s Pete Thamel, confirming a report by Orangebloods.com.An MRI on Sunday exposed the sprain in Ewers’throwing shoulder, which took place during the No. 7 Longhorns’win over Houston on Saturday night.The injury is not expected to be season-ending.
A more finite schedule needs to emerge this week.Editor’s Picks 2 Related Ewers was struck hard on a third-down scramble by Houston’s David
also injured on the play. Ewers was replaced by 6-foot-5, 238-pound redshirt freshman Maalik Murphy, who won the backup job in the spring.Murphy finished 1 of 2 attempts for 7 backyards as the Longhorns held on for the 31-24 win.Murphy’s
backup, freshman Arch Manning, was the No. 5 general hire in the 2023 ESPN 300.” I believed Maalik revealed terrific grace and composure,”Texas coach Steve Sarkisian said Saturday
night.”He’s got a great deal of belief in himself, and he understands our system. If it’s him this week, I know he’ll prepare truly well and he’ll get the majority of those reps, and I think he’ll play excellent football. And I think Arch will be prepared.”We’ll have the utmost confidence in them to play good football. “In 2015, Ewers suffered a serious sprain of his SC joint, where the sternum satisfies the clavicle, on a success versus Alabama in Week 2. He missed the next three games, returning just about a month later versus Oklahoma.