Texas star quarterback Quinn Ewers will return for the Longhorns' rivalry showdown vs. Oklahoma on Saturday after missing the last three games due to a clavicle sprain, according to ESPN. Though Longhorns coach Steve Sarkisian stopped short of confirming the start, he told reporters Thursday that Ewers and fellow Texas quarterback Hudson Card "are probably about as healthy as they've been in about a month." 

Ewers suffered the injury to his non-throwing shoulder during the first quarter of Texas' 20-19 loss to Alabama on Sept. 10. Since then, he's been spotted making throws during pregame warmups while rehabbing and has been a limited participant in practices, according to multiple reports. He also traveled with the team and dressed for Texas' 37-34 loss at Texas Tech in Week 4 and was on the sideline again for the Week 5 game against West Virginia on Saturday.

This week, however, he's been full participant in practice with no limitations, according to ESPN.