UTSA Adds Home Game Against Stephen F. Austin

UTSA has announced it has added a home football game against Stephen F. Austin on Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Alamodome.

The first meeting between the Roadrunners and the Lumberjacks, an FCS member of the Southland Conference, replaces the previously scheduled home game on Sept. 19 against Grambling State, which has postponed its football season to the spring as a member of the Southwestern Athletic Conference.

The contest will mark the home debut of UTSA first-year head coach Jeff Traylor, who played at and earned both his undergraduate (1990) and graduate (2002) degrees from SFA, which is located in Nacogdoches, Texas.

UTSA now has 10 games scheduled for this fall, beginning with the I-35 Rivalry against Texas State on Sept. 12 in San Marcos. The Roadrunners also have a home date with defending American Athletic Conference champion Memphis on Sept. 26.

The Roadrunners currently have seven Conference USA contests on the slate, with home games against Louisiana Tech (Oct. 24), UTEP (Nov. 14) and North Texas (Nov. 28) and road matchups with UAB (Oct. 3), Florida Atlantic (Oct. 31), Rice (Nov. 7) and Southern Miss (Nov. 21). UTSA was scheduled to host Old Dominion on Oct. 17 but the Monarchs opted out of all fall sports earlier this month.

Kickoff times and broadcast information will be announced at a later date.

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