UTSA all day all day
The Roadrunners have long hung their hat on the back of their stout defensive talent and aggressive scheming, but this year may prove to be a bit more challenging for the unit.
The Blazers mustered up 668 yards of total offense as they matched their highest point production of the season against UTSA.
UTSA’s defense caused four turnovers in a near-shutout of Rice to capture their third straight win.
The I-35 Showdown surpassed expectations as UTSA’s special teams won the day against Texas State.
UTSA and Texas State meet up to see who can suck less for one Saturday this fall.
UTSA took a step back in week three as the Wildcats amassed 449 total yards and held the Roadrunners to just 17 total points.
The Roadrunners show improvement but lack the firepower on offense to hold pace with Baylor and quarterback Charlie Brewer.
The Sun Devils struck quickly and easily ran away with a victory in Herm Edwards’ collegiate coaching debut.
The Roadrunners will have to endure a strenuous beginning to their schedule with three consecutive Power 5 opponents right out of the gate.