UTSA Roadrunners announce 2012 Non-conference Football Schedule

UTSA RoadrunnersThe UTSA Roadrunners have completed their 2012 non-conference football schedule, the school announced today.

UTSA opens the 2012 season at South Alabama on Sept. 1. A week later, the Roadrunners host the Texas A&M-Commerce Lions in their home opener at the Alamodome.

The rest of UTSA’s schedule includes at Georgia State (Sept. 15), vs. Northwestern Oklahoma State (Sept. 22), at Rice (Oct. 13) and vs. McNeese State (Nov. 10).

The 2012 season will be the first for UTSA in the WAC. The Roadrunners will host San Jose State, Texas State and Utah State and will travel to Idaho, Louisiana Tech and New Mexico State.

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14 Comments to UTSA Roadrunners announce 2012 Non-conference Football Schedule

  1. bigddan11

    The problem here is you have loaded up your non-conference schedule with FCS teams, and you can only count one FCS win towards bowl game eligibility. Essentially they’d have to sweep the WAC to be bowl eligible. Good luck with that Roadrunners.

    • Dyer440

      They’re not bowl eligible next year anyway, there’s a waiting period. Even if they go undefeated -no bowl. FCS opponents are a good thing since the original plan was not to go FBS till 2013 anyway. The WAC called and we accepted.

  2. Nick

    I say they win 4 games max.

  3. Mike

    Check the UTSA OOC schedule for 2013. Might be one of the toughest in the country.

  4. Kro

    I think UTSA has the potential to become the next Boise State, eventually.

  5. Runner

    UTSA is not bowl eligible until 2014 season.

  6. J

    I don’t know how they’re being allowed such schedule and can still be considered FBS. Not only are 2 of those teams (Georgia St. and McNeese St.) FCS, but 2 of them (Texas A&M Commerce and NW Oklahoma St.) are Division II. I don’t even know when the last time an FBS team played a D-II team.

  7. BC

    They aren’t considered FBS yet, they are considered “transitional”. They have until 2014 to be full members of the FBS and the WAC

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