COLLEGE STATION – The UTSA Roadrunners opened the scoring but could not hold off a high-powered Aggies offense as they fell 45-17 to Texas A&M (6-3, 3-2) at Kyle Field on Saturday afternoon.
The Roadrunners had 231 yards of total offense, including just 93 yards rushing. UTSA took the early lead when quarterback Lowell Narcisse ran the ball in from two yards out, putting the visitors up 7-0. From there, it would be all Aggies as Texas A&M scored 45 straight points.
Texas A&M running back Isiah Spiller tied the game when he ran for a 60-yard scoot, getting into the end zone. Cordarrian Richardson gave the Aggies the lead for good when he ran the ball in from 19 yards out and quarterback Kellen Mond found Jalyn Wydermyer for a seven-yard touchdown, putting the Aggies up 21-7 at halftime.
The Aggies added to their lead with two more touchdowns from Spiller, one from 50 yards and another for eight, extending the Aggies lead to 35-7. Mond had a quarterback and the Aggies chipped in a field goal to make it 45-7.
UTSA stopped the bleeding when Dadrian Taylor picked off a pass and returned it 58 yards for the score, making it 45-14.
The UTSA Roadrunners are now 3-5 (2-2, C-USA) on the season and will return to the field next Saturday when they face Old Dominion at 1 p.m.