Texas will bring the Crimson Tide to Austin in 2022.
Texas and Alabama, which last met in 2010 Rose Bowl, will play each other in 2022 and 2023. Texas typically only schedules home games or two-for-one games with non-Power 5 opponents. Having last met in the 2009 National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl, the Longhorns and Crimson Tide have played nine times dating back to 1902 with Texas holding a 7-1-1 series advantage.
The two teams have combined for 20 AP or Coaches national titles, 1,789 all-time victories, 122 consensus All-Americans (54 unanimous), four Heisman winners and 29 College Football Hall of Fame inductees. The last meeting on either school's home field was in 1922, when Alabama traveled to Austin. The Crimson Tide defeated the Longhorns 37-21 in that game, but Texas still leads the overall series 7-1-1. That game has been canceled.
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Also on Wednesday, Texas announced that UTEP has been added to the 2020 schedule.
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. UCF was set to come to Austin in 2023, which will no longer happen.
Texas and Ohio State were scheduled to play a home-and-home football series in 2022 and 2023, but the two schools will now meet in 2025 and 2026. Texas will host the first game, and head to Columbus for the second.