The UTSA Roadrunners will look to shake off a loss last weekend when they host Army (1-1) for the first time in program history.

Last time out

UTSA fell 63-14 to the Baylor Bears last weekend in Waco, suffering their first loss of the season. Quarterback Frank Harris struggled as he completed 15 of 24 passes for 93 yards while getting sacked three times.

On the other side, the Roadrunners’ defense gave up 546 yards total offense. Sincere McCormick had the two scores for UTSA in the game.

Scouting Army

Army comes into the game after falling to No. 7 Michigan in double overtime. Prior to that, they opened the season with a 14-7 home win against Rice. The Roadrunners defense will have its work cut out for them as Army is averaging 215.5 yards on the ground per game.

Current Form 

UTSA Roadrunners – W, L (1-1, 5th in C-USA West)

Army Black Knights – W, L (1-1, 3rd FBS)

Match Up

Army Black Knights (1-1) at UTSA Roadrunners (1-1)

Kickoff: 2:30 pm Central Time | Venue: Alamodome

TV: NFL Network

Radio: Ticket 760


UTSA – 21

Army – 34

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