UTSA Announces Game Against Army

UTSA has agreed to play Army on Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Alamodome, pushing its 2020 schedule to 11 games, including six home contests.

The Roadrunners will host the Black Knights for the second straight season in San Antonio. Army, which is coming off a 5-8 campaign, scored a 31-13 victory on Sept. 14, 2019, in the inaugural meeting between the two teams.

UTSA originally was scheduled to host Old Dominion in a Conference USA tilt on Oct. 17, but the Monarchs opted out of all fall sports earlier this month.

The Roadrunners are slated to open the Jeff Traylor era on Sept. 12 with the I-35 Rivalry against Texas State in San Marcos.

UTSA replaced its original home opener on Sept. 19 against Grambling State, which postponed its football season to the spring, with Stephen F. Austin, an FCS member of the Southland Conference and Traylor’s alma mater. The Roadrunners also have a home date with defending American Athletic Conference champion Memphis that is scheduled for Sept. 26.

The Roadrunners currently have seven C-USA contests on the ledger, including home games against Louisiana Tech (Oct. 24), UTEP (Nov. 14) and North Texas (Nov. 28) and road contests at UAB (Oct. 3), Florida Atlantic (Oct. 31), Rice (Nov. 7) and Southern Miss (Nov. 21).

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

UTSA Athletics continues to work closely with the university and City of San Antonio to implement a plan for fans to safely attend home football games at the Alamodome. We will continue to follow all state and local health directives. Season ticket holders will receive more information as it becomes available regarding their tickets.

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