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UTSA Sports April News Overload

Three podcasts in one week is pretty much unheard of for us in the football season but… buddy… UTSA athletics is on fire right now. We didn’t want to skimp out on covering any of these important updates in our spring game podcast episode so we pumped out another 53 …

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Patreon Bonus Episode – March 2022

We travel wide around the world of UTSA Athletics with updates across several different sports. Everyone we highlight is making UTSA supporters proud, with one unfortunate exception… 1:44 – What’s the prime spring break spot for UTSA student these days? Jared and Adrian are too old to know… 4:15 – …

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Photo Gallery: UNT vs UTSA Mens’ Basketball

Thanks to Eric for grabbing some photos of UTSA’s 48-59 loss to North Texas at the Convocation Center yesterday. The Roadrunners fell to 9-21 on the year following the defeat at the hands of the Mean Green.

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2021 Domey Awards Ceremony

The wait is finally over! Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the 2021 Domey Awards! We took the ceremony to the next level this year with some amazing custom graphics and music. While the audio is posted to our podcast feed, I highly encourage you all to enjoy the full experience …

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5 Predictions for UTSA Athletics in 2022

As the calendar turns the page we’re unfortunately waving goodbye to the best 12 months in UTSA history — not just from an athletics standpoint, but in terms of university success across the board. While it feels all but impossible for UTSA to surpass 2021 in terms of raw achievement, …

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UTSA hits Tier One status but loses a basketball standout and offensive coordinator

The news is slow through January as usual, but we still managed an hour long podcast discussing the recent developments around Roadrunner Land. First up is the sad and surprising news that Dhieu Dieng has left the basketball team mid-season to pursue professional opportunities. It leaves UTSA without its best …

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