Alabama vs Texas: Injury Reports, How & Who to Watch, and Series History
The Crimson Tide will travel to Austin, Texas for Week 2 for an exciting matchup against the Texas Longhorns. These two teams have not faced each other since 2010 during the BCS National Championship.
In Week 2 of college football, Alabama was lucky to not have any injuries from last week against Utah St. They have no new injuries to report at this time aside from previous injuries. Here is a list of Alabama's injuries.
- TE Cameron Latu: knee
- OT Elijah Pritchett: torn pectoral
- WR Aaron Anderson: knee
- CB Earl Little Jr.: shoulder
- WR JoJo Earle: foot
- WR Tyler Harrell: foot
Texas has no injuries to report.
Where to Watch:
When: September 10, 11 a.m. CT
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV
Who to Watch:
- QB Bryce Young
- LB Will Anderson Jr.
- RB Jahmyr Gibbs
- QB Quinn Ewers
- RB Bijan Robinson
- WR Xavier Worthy
Alabama vs Texas All-time History
Alabama and Texas has only met a total of nine times going all the way back to 1902. The Longhorns have won seven out of the nine times. One game finished tied, and Alabama was able to pull out one win in their most recent meeting in 2010.
1902: Texas 10, Alabama 0
1915: Texas 20, Alabama 0
1922: Texas 19, Alabama 10
1948 (Sugar Bowl): Texas 27, Alabama 7
1960 (Bluebonnet Bowl): Texas 3, Alabama 3
1973 (Cotton Bowl): Texas 17, Alabama 13
1982 (Cotton Bowl): Texas 14, Alabama 12
2010 (BCS National Championship): Alabama 37, Texas 21