Quinn Ewers Sep 3, 2022; Austin, Texas, USA; Texas Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers (3) throws a pass against the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks in the first half at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports

Parking in certain parts of our great country can be a nightmare for many Americans. Maybe you parked illegally in the wrong lot or space, had the time run out on your meter or had to spend minutes out of your day just to find a spot. One thing we can all agree on is that there is no worse feeling than coming outside to find your vehicle has been towed. Texas Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers found that out the hard way.

Ewers and the Longhorns routed Louisiana-Monroe 52-10 on Saturday. But when he went to get his car after the game, he noticed something — it wasn’t there. And following Saturday’s game, the Texas quarterback asked one simple question on Twitter — “How’d I get towed during the game?”

That got a lot of attention on Twitter and away from it.

His coach, Steve Sarkasian, didn’t seem to have a lot of sympathy for Ewers on Monday, believing that his quarterback should’ve known better than to park illegally.

His running back Bijan Robinson also poked had some fun at Ewers’ expense, admitting to reporters that he doesn’t even drive to games, he get’s dropped off.

Ewers had an impressive showing against the Warhawks, completing 16-of-24 passes for 225 yards and two touchdowns in the dominant 52–10 victory.

We’ll see if that production will translate against a more formidable opponent as the Longhorns host No. 1 ranked Alabama at home next weekend in arguably the biggest challenge they’ll face all season.

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About Jasper Jones

A native east coaster via Connecticut, Jasper is a writer for The Comeback and Audacy Sports. He decided to head south for college, attending the University of Kentucky and graduating with a degree in broadcast journalism. Prior to joining The Comeback, Jones spent a year writing for FanSided's college football blog, Saturday Blitz, covering news surrounding the sport and recruiting. He spent the same amount of time doing some freelance work for the tabloid/sports outlet BlackSportsOnline. In his free time, Jones loves to cheer on his Kentucky Wildcats, collect sneakers, read a good book, and get in some gains at the gym. You can follow him on Twitter @jonesj2342.