The UTSA Roadrunners have fired head football coach Frank Wilson after four seasons, the university announced on Sunday morning.

Wilson ends his tenure with an overall record of 19-29 and a 13-19 mark in Conference USA play.

“While decisions like this are never easy, it is important that we take the steps that will help us build for the future and keep UTSA athletics a vital part of the community,” UTSA Athletic Director Lisa Campos said in a statement. “There is so much to look forward to as we continue to position our program to compete at the highest level.”


The Roadrunners ended the 2019 season with a 4-8 record after losing to Louisana Tech on Saturday night. Wilson led UTSA to a New Mexico Bowl appearance in 2016 but won just seven games in total across the last two seasons.

Wilson had been signed on to coach the Roadrunners through the 2021 season. A search is now on for the next Roadrunners football head coach.

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