UTSA vs TXST 2023

Episode 223: UTSA wins the I-35 Showdown but still lacks a killer instinct on offense

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The Roadrunners made it 5-0 over the Bobcats up I-35 but it was still an uneasy victory despite the rivalry bragging rights. The offense still hasn’t “clicked” into place, and the injuries really piled up for the Roadrunners. Next up is an Army team who is reinventing themselves on the fly, both literally and figuratively.

2:20 – UTSA’s least valuable player against Texas State? Alamo Audible Co-Host Adrian Bermudez

5:46 – Bobcat fans traveled well, helping UTSA set a new record for the second-highest attended game in the Alamodome. Despite the gaudy number of fans in attendance, Jared wasn’t too impressed with the crowd!

18:26 – UTSA allowing for combined marching band and pom squad performances with their I-35 rivals was a joke and should be discontinued

27:26 – Our biggest takeaway from last Saturday’s game was that this offense is missing its edge. The Roadrunners are moving the ball well, but the killer instinct to put points up on the board is MIA

49:38 – Is the Alamodome turf a contributing factor to UTSA’s poor injury luck?

59:34 – Previewing the Army Black Knights and their retooled shotgun offense. Will Frank Harris play this week or will we see Eddie Lee Marburger make his first start?

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