NCAAF UTSA Roadrunners

General Information

  • NCAA Division: Division I
  • Conference: Conference USA (2013-present)
  • City: San Antonio
  • Stadium: Alamodome


  • National Championships: None
  • Conference Titles: 2 (2021, 2022)
  • Divisional Championships: 1 (2021)

Past Conferences

  • Western Athletic

Team History

The UTSA Roadrunners are a Division I program located in San Antonio. UTSA — also known as the University of Texas at San Antonio — competes in Conference USA and is coached by Jeff Traylor.

UTSA, relatively speaking, is still in its infancy stage. The program is barely a decade old, as its inaugural season was in 2011. The Roadrunners started as an independent at the Football Championship Subdivision level (formerly known as Division I-AA) before transitioning to the Football Bowl Subdivision in 2012.

Competing in the Western Athletic Conference under Larry Coker, a former national championship-winning coach at Miami, the Roadrunners went 8-4. As a transitional FBS member, the Roadrunners were not eligible for a bowl despite reaching the six-win threshold.

In 2013, UTSA joined C-USA. Despite being picked last in the preseason media poll, the Roadrunners overcame odds to go 7-5, including 6-2 in the conference. They did not become fully bowl eligible, however, until the following season.

Frank Wilson, an assistant at LSU, took over as UTSA’s head coach in 2016, replacing Coker. In his first season, he guided the Roadrunners to a 6-6 record and their first bowl appearance. The Roadrunners ultimately landed in the New Mexico Bowl, which they lost 23-20 to New Mexico.

Since Traylor came aboard in 2020, UTSA has become one of college football’s best Group of Five programs. The Roadrunners went 7-5 in Traylor’s first season, falling 31-24 to Louisiana in the First Responder Bowl. The following season, UTSA went 12-2, captured the C-USA title, and cracked the Associated Press Top 25 poll for the first time. At one point, the Roadrunners were also ranked by the College Football Playoff Committee. The Roadrunners — who had climbed as high as No. 15 in the AP poll — wound up in the Frisco Bowl, which they lost 38-24 to San Diego State.

UTSA defended its C-USA championship in 2022, going 11-3, including 8-0 in conference play. The Roadrunners, however, dropped to 0-4 all-time in bowl games, falling 18-12 to Troy in the Cure Bowl.

Based on its recent success, UTSA became an attractive program in conference realignment. As such, the Roadrunners are slated to join the American Athletic Conference in July 2023, along with UAB, Florida Atlantic, Charlotte, North Texas, and Rice.

All Time Records

Passing Yards

o Frank Harris: 9,356
o Dalton Sturm: 5,775
o Eric Soza: 4,804
o Lowell Narcisse: 1,643
o Tucker Carter: 1,273

Rushing Yards

o Sincere McCormick: 3,929
o Jarveon Williams: 2,390
o Jalen Rhodes: 1,997
o Frank Harris: 1,822
o Brendan Brady: 1,751

Receiving Yards

o Zakhari Franklin: 3,348
o Joshua Cephus: 2,504
o Kerry Thomas: 1,637
o De’Corian Clark: 1,559
o Josh Stewart: 1,200

What is the worst season in UTSA program history?

The 2018 Roadrunners went 3-9, including 2-6 in Conference USA play. Among the most glaring issues was their offense, which ranked second-to-last in the nation in scoring (averaged 14.2 points per game).

What is the highest NFL draft pick UTSA has produced?

Defensive end Marcus Davenport became the school’s first-ever NFL first-round pick when he was selected 14th overall by the New Orleans Saints in 2018. Davenport, the 2017 C-USA Defensive Player of the Year, recorded 4.5 sacks as a rookie.

What is Jeff Traylor’s overall record as UTSA’s coach?

Traylor is 30-12 over three seasons with UTSA. He’s already set the school record for wins, surpassing Larry Coker.
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