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Episode 194: Back in the C-USA Driver’s Seat

Western Kentucky took their third consecutive L on behalf of Frank Harris and the UTSA Roadrunners. Tough scene for the Hilltoppers. This week’s episode includes a breakdown of UTSA’s 31-28 win over WKU, some speculation about the root causes of the Roadrunners’ wildly bad injury streak, and a bit of …

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UTSA NIL State of the Union

We’ve gotten a lot of listener questions about NIL — How does UTSA compare to other schools? What are the rules of NIL? What do NIL deals at UTSA look like? etc. We do our best to answer each of those questions in a UTSA NIL “State of the Union” …

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Episode 193: UTSA’s first ever title rematch

The Roadrunners and Hilltoppers are set to play their third game in less than a year as the 2021 C-USA championship game rematch kicks off this Saturday in the Alamodome. There’s a high degree of familiarity between these two programs, but there’s also a lot to learn about WKU’s new …

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Episode 192: Taking care of business in Murfreesboro

The Roadrunner started off conference play on the right foot with a decisive 45-30 win over the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. Frank Harris threw three picks and the defense struggled to bring down ball carriers, but an improved running game and a resurgent pass rush made a world of difference …

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Scouting the Blue Raiders with Sam Doughton

I think I speak for the entire fanbase when I say my anticipation for this game just keeps increasing by the day. I don’t think many people had this Friday night matchup circled in the preseason but it suddenly looks to be an entertaining contest. To get to know Middle …

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Episode 191: Friday Night Lights in Murfreesboro

The Roadrunners stumbled through one of the ugliest 28 point wins you’ll ever see as Texas Southern of the SWAC took UTSA to four quarters. UTSA definitely wanted to rest their starters after a grueling three game stretch to start the season, but the Tigers wouldn’t let it happen. We …

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