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October 20, 2014

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Late field goal slips Roadrunners past Panthers in homecoming thriller

Late field goal slips Roadrunners past Panthers in homecoming thriller
​UTSA's four-game losing streak finally ended Saturday night as senior kicker Sean Ianno hit two field goals during the final minutes of the game to lead the Roadrunners to a 16-13 win against the Florida International University Panthers. The victory came in front of a roaring homecoming crowd of over 25,000 at the Alamodome.

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Coker’s Controversy: Who is next under center?

​After escaping with their first conference win Saturday night against the FIU Panthers, the Roadrunners were left scratching their heads.

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Tailgating Season: Enjoying big wins with small bites

Tailgating Season: Enjoying big wins with small bites
​For both college and professional sports fans, tailgating isn’t just a party. Its an extension of sports that is rapidly taking over San Antonio.

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Front and center with Nate Leonard

Front and center with Nate Leonard
​UTSA senior center Nate Leonard is leaving his mark on the Alamo City, yet this time it’s not with a football but with his words.

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UTSA drops 4th to Lobos

UTSA drops 4th to Lobos
​The Roadrunners extended their losing streak to four games this Saturday as they came up short against the University of New Mexico Lobos, 21-9. The Roadrunners scored the first nine points of the game before the Lobos reeled off 21 straight in front of a crowd of over 30,000 at the Alamodome.

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UTSA wins two games over the weekend

UTSA wins two games over the weekend
​Coming off a dominating performance in El Paso against the UTEP Miners, the Roadrunners returned home looking for a similar performance in their first week of conference play. UTSA did not disappoint by winning three of four sets (27-25, 25-20, 17-25, 27-25) against the Florida Atlantic University Owls (10-5, 1-1 C-USA) on Friday, Sept. 26 in the Convocation Center.