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  1. SAN ANTONIO – Jeff Traylor did not mince words at his postgame press conference Saturday evening. “We need the city to show up.” UTSA’s third-year head coach had just seen his resilient squad complete a thrilling and historic comeback to defeat UTEP 34-31. The Roadrunners finished the regular season with a 10-2 overall record including a perfect 8-0 mark against Conference USA opponents, a first in program history. Over the past two seasons, only four college football programs have a better overall record than UTSA’s 22-4 mark: Georgia (26-1), Michigan (24-2), Ohio State (22-3) and Alabama (23-4). Additionally, the team finally broke back into the AP Top 25 over the weekend at No. 23 overall and moved up a spot in the latest AFCA Coaches Poll to No. 24. Even with all of that success, Traylor was laser-focused on the challenge ahead: hosting North Texas in their second straight Conference USA Championship Game at the Alamodome. Saturday’s victory happened in front of 26,061 fans, the fourth-largest crowd this season, and the fans made their presence felt multiple times during UTSA’s remarkable comeback. Traylor wants an even larger crowd on Friday night. “It’s got to be like tonight times two for us to have a competitive chance,” Traylor said. “We worked hard to get that home-field [advantage]. We can’t waste it, man. We cannot waste it. We need to get this place packed.” The Roadrunners will have to battle the Mean Green without several key contributors. Wide receiver De’Corian “JT” Clark, who caught the game-winning touchdown against UNT, is already out for the season after suffering a leg injury in UTSA’s 44-38 overtime victory over UAB. Running back Brenden Brady, who carried the ball 19 times for 112 yards and two touchdowns against UNT, suffered an arm injury during UTSA’s win over UTEP and will miss the title game. Tight end Gavin Sharp suffered an ugly leg injury in the UTEP game as well, adding to a list of eight one-time starters who will not suit up on Friday. read more: https://www.ksat.com/sports/local/2022/11/29/pack-the-dome-traylor-utsa-want-record-setting-crowd-for-conference-usa-championship-game/
  2. North Texas Mean Green (4-3) vs. UTSA Roadrunners (5-2) October 22, 2022 3:30 pm EDT The Line: UTSA Roadrunners -9.5 / North Texas Mean Green +9.5; Over/Under: 70.5 The UTSA Roadrunners have won 8 of their last 10 home games. Frank Harris is completing 68.8 percent of his passes for 2,300 yards, 15 touchdowns and 5 interceptions. De’Corian Clark and Zakhari Franklin have combined for 1,332 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns, while Joshua Cephus has 50 receptions. The UTSA Roadrunners ground game is averaging 146.7 yards per contest, and Brenden Brady leads the way with 405 yards and 5 touchdowns. Defensively, UTSA is allowing 29.7 points and 430 yards per game. Jamal Ligon leads the UTSA Roadrunners with 47 tackles, Trey Moore has 4 sacks and Dywan Griffin has 1 interception. The Mean Green are 7-2 ATS in their last 9 road games and 10-4 ATS in their last 14 games overall. The Roadrunners are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 conference games and 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games overall. The over is 5-0 in Mean Green last 5 games overall. The over is 9-2 in Roadrunners last 11 games overall. The Mean Green are 0-4 ATS in their last 4 meetings in Texas-San Antonio. The home team is 8-0 ATS in their last 8 meetings. This total is massive, but I’m still going to grab the over. Neither team plays defense. The North Texas Mean Green are 122nd in total defense, 123rd in pass defense, 105th in rush defense and 118th in scoring defense. The UTSA Roadrunners are 107th in total defense, 100th in pass defense, 96th in rush defense and 93rd in scoring defense. This is going to be an insanely high scoring contest. Hard for me to side with anything but the over. Read more: https://sportschatplace.com/cfb-picks/2022/utsa-vs-north-texas-10-22-22-college-football-picks-predictions-odds/
  3. UTSA is not happy about the MGN power ranks. http://meangreennation.com/2015-mgn-cusa-power-rankings/ http://www.rowdytalk.com/showthread.php/6917-MGN-Power-Rankings-(aka-UNT-Butthurt-is-strong)
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