Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Alabama and Texas Schedule Home-and-Home Series Beginning in 2022

Alabama and Texas Schedule Home-and-Home Series Beginning in 2022

More than eight years after Colt McCoy got hurt in the national championship game, Alabama and Texas will meet each other once again in a home-and-home football series. It'll be the Crimson Tide returning the favor in Tuscaloosa on September 9, 2023. Alabama will travel to Texas in 2022 with the teams meeting in Tuscaloosa the following year. UT is scheduled to play MI in a home-and-home series in 2024 and 2027. "It's been almost 100 years since Alabama has visited Austin and over a century since the Longhorns have traveled to Tuscaloosa, so we're looking forward to it. This will certainly be a great opportunity for our program and our fans". The Crimson Tide defeated the Longhorns 37-21 in that game, but Texas still leads the overall series 7-1-1.

Texas is in the middle of a home-and-home series with USC and Maryland, and will play future series against LSU (2019-20) and MI (2024, '27), among others, according to FBSSchedules.com. Those adjustments are noted below.

In order to make room for the contests against Alabama, the Longhorns have pushed back their meetings with Ohio State to the 2025 and 2026 seasons. The Longhorns will host the Buckeyes on August 30, 2025 and travel to Columbus on September 5, 2026.

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With the addition of the home-and-home series with the Crimson Tide, Texas has been forced to cancel a 2023 home game with UCF - the self-proclaimed reigning national champions.

Also on Wednesday, Texas announced that UTEP has been added to the 2020 schedule. UTEP will visit Austin on September 19, 2020.

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