Texas Longhorns' Quinn Ewers suffers

Texas starting quarterback Quinn Ivers sustained a left collarbone sprain on Saturday and did not return after the Longhorns' 20-19 first-quarter loss to No. 1 Alabama

"We don't know how serious the injury is," Texas coach Steve Sarkeesian said after the game.

Evers was escorted to the locker room after Crimson Tide's Dallas Turner knocked the freshman quarterback into the ground late in the first quarter.

He later returned to the edge during the second half dressed in plain clothes.

Turner was flagged for rough handling to a passerby after he landed on Evers during the game, with the official saying it was because he threw Evers into the field.

Ivers grabbed his left shoulder shortly after impact and remained on the field while head coach Gary Patterson's special assistants and coaches assisted him.

Ivers, an acclaimed transfer from Ohio State, made his first collegiate debut last week against Louisiana-Monroe, 16-24 for 225 yards and two touchdowns and an interception in a 52-10 victory.

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