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How UTSA plans to keep pace financially in the American Athletic Conference

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UTSA focused but some good UNT data included as well as some quotes from Coach Morris.  A good read for any AAC fan.

—————- after Jeff Traylor was hired at UTSA in December 2019, he sat down for a meeting with athletic director Lisa Campos and the board tasked with constructing the Roadrunner Athletics Center of Excellence. The $40.4 million project created a new hub for UTSA athletics, providing the football program with fresh locker rooms, offices, meeting spaces and practice fields.  

“I remember telling them, if you give me this $40-45 million building, I’ll never ask you for anything else, and we’ll win all the games that you want to win,” Traylor said.  

For a while, Traylor’s words proved to be prophetic. The RACE facility opened in August 2021, and since then the Roadrunners have gone 23-5, winning consecutive Conference USA championships.  


link: https://www.expressnews.com/sports/colleges/utsa/article/utsa-aac-finances-18331333.php#:~:text=With the move to the,per year in recent seasons.

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