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Three Roadrunner games will air on national television, UTSA Football announces

The season-opener against Houston will air on Fox, vs Army on ESPN and vs USF on ESPN 2.

SAN ANTONIO — At least three UTSA football games will be televised nationally in the coming year, UTSA Football announced Wednesday.

Kicking-off their 13th season, the Roadrunners will be on the road taking on the University of Houston Cougars on September 2 on Fox Sports at 7 p.m. 

The Roadrunner will battle the Army Black Knights at home in the Alamodome on September 15 on ESPN at 6 p.m. 

And finally, also at home, they'll play the South Florida Bulls on November 17, airing on ESPN 2 at 8 p.m. 

The team will be led for the fourth season by 2-time C-USA Coach of the Year Jeff Traylor. Last year, Traylor guided the team to an 11-3 record, a second straight C-USA title after defeating North Texas 48-27, and their third bowl appearance in a row with the Cure Bowl matchup against Troy. 

2023 UTSA Roadrunner Football schedule:

  • Sep 2          at Houston
  • Sep 9          Texas State
  • Sep 15        Army
  • Sep 23        at Tennessee
  • Oct 7          at Temple
  • Oct 14        UAB
  • Oct 21        at Florida Atlantic
  • Oct 28        East Carolina
  • Nov 4         at North Texas
  • Nov 11       Rice
  • Nov 17       South Florida
  • Nov 24       at Tulane
  • Dec 2         American Football Championship
                      AAC Black Friday Flex Schedule

Season tickets for the 2023 UTSA football home schedule are on sale now. Call (210) 458-UTSA (8872) or visit goUTSA.com/tickets to purchase your tickets.



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