The Texas Longhorns nearly pulled off the biggest upset of their century on Saturday in a match against the No. 1 Alabama

AUSTIN - Texas Longhorns were not just underdogs in the game against the No. 1. Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.

They were the biggest underdogs at the time of the game, with Alabama ahead in the game by 20.5 points.

Although it is true that Las Vegas oddsmakers are usually very good at their job, However, on this particular day,

However, the game was a disaster for The Horns however, they weren't able to complete the task in the end, with Alabama getting past Austin by winning 20-19 and their No. 1 ranking unaffected.

The Longhorns were able to start the game off with a bang against the Tide and pushed the ball across the field with pace to begin the game.

But that's the moment that disaster seemed to strike the Horns in the form of Quinn Ewers, quarterback of the team, fell hard on his non-throwing shoulderr 

Ewers was forced out of the game with only the clock running out with 31 seconds left in the opening quarter, after playing 9-12 for 143 yards.