Named after Texas Longhorns Queen Ewersa recruiter who began his college career early in Ohio to take advantage of name, image and likeness opportunities before returning to his home state, as the primary quarterback.
The Longhorns opened the season against Louisiana Monroe on September 3 before hosting pre-season No. 1 Alabama on September 10.
The 6-foot-2, 206-pound Ewers initially committed to playing for the Longhorns in the 2022 class, but was reclassified to the 2021 class and signed with Ohio State after Texas State banned high school athletes from making money with their money. Name, picture and example. Ewers only took twice and did not attempt a pass for the Buckeyes last season.
Texas coach Steve Sarkissian told ESPN earlier this week that he has an “idea” of who the team’s starting quarterback will be, and will tell the team soon. Ewers, In a tweet earlier this weekhinted at an announcement coming on Friday.
Sarkissian said he does not want midfielders to rotate, as the team did with Card and Thompson in 2021.
“I think it’s hard for a quarterback to get into a rhythm that way, and I think you play differently and you know, ‘Hey, I don’t know how many throws I’m going to get, and you take a lot of chances,'” Sarkissian said. The decision is very good.”
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