Quinn Ewers is reportedly expected to be back as Texas’ starting quarterback for Saturday’s rivalry showdown with Oklahoma.

ESPN’s Pete Thamel reported Thursday that the Ewers, who left Texas’ Week 2 game against Alabama due to injury, is no longer limited in Longhorns practice.

Without Ewers, Texas fell to Alabama 20-19 in a heartbreaker. The following week, the Longhorns rebounded to defeat UTSA 41-20 with Hudson Card at quarterback.

In Week 4, Card and company fell to Texas Tech 37-34 in overtime. Card led Texas to a 38-20 win over West Virginia in Week 5.

Ewers, a former 5-star recruit, transferred from Ohio State to Texas after the 2021 season to play for Steve Sarkisian’s squad. This season, Ewers is 23-of-36 passing for 359 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception.