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2017 Schedule
3-2, 6th in C-USA - West
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6dEdward Aschoff

Surprise! Bet you didn't see Texas coming back big in 2017

Maybe not the Longhorns, but the state in general has remembered how to play football. Through six weeks, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, SMU, Texas Tech, Houston, North Texas and UT San Antonio all have winning records.

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UTSA's Rhodes with the 67-yard TD run (0:44)
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Sturm tops Saturday's QBR performers

With his near-perfect effort (19-of-22, 292 yards, 4 TDs) in UTSA's rout of Southern, Dalton Sturm earned the top QBR from Week 3 according to ESPN's metric, just edging out Wisconsin's Alex Hornibrook, Buffalo's Tyree Jackson and Alabama's Jalen Hurts.

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UTSA gets 1st win over Power 5 with 17-10 win at Baylor

Dalton Sturm threw for 155 yards with two touchdowns and ran for 98 more yards as UTSA got its first-ever win over a Power Five team, 17-10 Saturday night over a Baylor team that has lost its first two games under new coach Matt Rhule.

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Roadrunners come back and take lead (0:44)
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Bears get on the board over Roadrunners (0:36)
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40dSam Khan Jr.

Houston-UTSA game will not be made up

Houston and the University of Texas at San Antonio will look to reschedule their canceled season opener to another year.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Houston's canceled game against UTSA in Week 1 because of Hurricane Harvey will not be made up, the Cougars announced.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

The University of Houston just announced its season opening football game vs. UTSA is canceled as a result of the continuing impact of Hurricane Harvey. Houston's volleyball, soccer and cross country events have also been canceled. A later date for the football game will be explored.

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185dAdam Rittenberg

NCAA hits ex-Bama assistant with show-cause

The NCAA has handed down a show-cause order to former Alabama assistant and current Texas-San Antonio defensive line coach Bo Davis, prohibiting him from recruiting off campus until April 2019.

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New Mexico holds off UTSA to win New Mexico Bowl (0:41)
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Breaking down New Mexico's 23-20 win over UTSA (2:27)
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QB Lamar Jordan wins Outstanding Offensive Player of the Game (1:14)
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New Mexico head coach Bob Davie is presented with the championship trophy (2:44)
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Dakota Cox wins Outstanding Defensive Player of the Game (1:53)
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New Mexico head coach Bob Davie talks about school's first bowl win since 2007 (1:10)
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New Mexico's long drive pads lead

Richard McQuarley's second TD gives the Lobos a 23-13 lead late in the fourth quarter of the Gildan New Mexico Bowl. The Lobos used up more than seven minutes on the 12-play drive.

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McQuarley's second TD secures New Mexico's win (0:43)
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Roadrunners cut into deficit

UTSA QB Dalton Sturm connects with Trevor Stevens for a 16-yard TD. The Roadrunners trail New Mexico 16-13 in the fourth quarter of the Gildan New Mexico Bowl.

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New Mexico extends lead over UTSA

Teriyon Gipson goes straight up the middle for a 10-yard TD run, giving the Lobos a 16-6 lead over UTSA in the third quarter of the Gildan New Mexico Bowl.

Team Stats

Passing Yards256.849th
Rushing Yards204.030th
Points For33.442nd
Points Against20.2Tied-34th

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