2019 Schedule4 - 8

  • OpponentDate
  • Incarnate Word, W 35-78/31
  • @ Baylor, L 14-639/07
  • Army, L 13-319/14
  • @ North Texas, L 3-459/21
  • @ UTEP, W 26-1610/05
  • UAB, L 14-3310/12
  • Rice, W 31-2710/19
  • @ Texas A&M, L 14-4511/02
  • @ Old Dominion, W 24-2311/09
  • Southern Miss, L 17-3611/16
  • Florida Atlantic, L 26-4011/23
  • @ Louisiana Tech, L 27-4111/30

Past Seasons

  • 2018  (3 - 9)
  • Click a season above to view results.

Program History

  • National Titles: 0
  • Conference Titles: 0
  • All-Time Record: 34-38-0
  • Heisman Winners: 0
  • Consensus All-Americans: 0
  • Stadium: Alamodome
  • Stadium Capacity: 65,000

UTSA Roadrunners

2019 Schedule4 - 8

  • OpponentDate
  • Incarnate Word, W 35-78/31
  • @ Baylor, L 14-639/07
  • Army, L 13-319/14
  • @ North Texas, L 3-459/21
  • @ UTEP, W 26-1610/05
  • UAB, L 14-3310/12
  • Rice, W 31-2710/19
  • @ Texas A&M, L 14-4511/02
  • @ Old Dominion, W 24-2311/09
  • Southern Miss, L 17-3611/16
  • Florida Atlantic, L 26-4011/23
  • @ Louisiana Tech, L 27-4111/30

About the UTSA Roadrunners

Marcus Davenport. Birds Up! Larry Coker. David Morgan II. Frank Wilson. Jarveon Williams. Fiesta! Eric Soza. Josiah Tauaefa. The Sombrilla Fountain. The Alamodome. This is UTSA football. 

What the Roadrunners lack in years of history, they've made up for with impact. The program launched by hiring a national championship winning coach in Coker for the inaugural 2011 season, and followed him with one of the most exciting young coaches in the country in Frank Wilson. Playing downtown San Antonioa, they've garnered a loyal local following, and built a good program with a solid foundation in less than a decade. They reached their first bowl game in 2016, and were bowl eligible in 2017 before controversially being shut out of the bowls. 

2019 Season Preview // 2019 Offensive Preview // 2019 Defensive Preview // 2019 Player Spotlight: Frank Harris

News & Videos

Podcasts

volume_upOverreacting to the Regional Semifinals, Valley View coach Curtis King & More! Episode 867 (Dec. 2, 2019)

It was a wild regional semifinal round of the Texas high school football playoffs, so we will overreact to all of it in Monday Morning Fallout, hear from Valley View heach coach Curtis King, announce the final Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week nominees and teams of the week, and finally wrap it all up with a campus crawl!

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