UTSA all day all day
Quarterback Chris Robison and the FAU offense gashed UTSA for 526 total yards of offense and a 40-burger to propel them back into the driver’s seat in the race for the division.
A big fourth quarter from UTSA helped lift the Roadrunners out of a 13-point deficit late in the game.
A late game touchdown proved to be the difference for the Roadrunners as they exchanged blows with the Owls all afternoon.
A heavy dose of ground attack allowed the Roadrunner offense to flourish in El Paso.
It was a one-way street in Denton as North Texas handed UTSA a most pitiful loss, now claiming the last three wins in the series.
UTSA’s offense failed to answer Army’s output as the Roadrunners were in over their heads for second straight week.
Total carnage is what the Baylor offense did to the Roadrunners with 546 total yards amassed rather easily.
UTSA solidified themselves as Big Brother to the Cardinals in their first-ever intracity matchup together.