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Sunday, September 15, 2013
UTSA-Arizona Game Notes
2013 UTSA Roadrunners Football
Arizona 38, UTSA 13
Arizona Stadium · Tucson, Ariz.
Seniors Brandon Guerrero, Jarron Harris and Jeremiah Moeller and junior Kam
Jones served as captains for tonight’s game.
Tonight marked the 100th game of head coach Larry Coker’s career. He now has a
73-27 career record (.730) in eight-plus seasons (13-12 record in two-plus years
Sean Ianno’s 34-yard field goal at the 10:13 mark of the first quarter capped an
11-play, 58-yard drive on the game’s opening possession. It marked the first
time the Roadrunners have scored on their first drive of the game this
UTSA registered three scoring drives of 10 or more plays and now has seven this
The Roadrunners were 2-for-2 in the red zone tonight and they now have scored on
eight of their nine red-zone trips (88.9 percent) this season.
Senior QB Eric Soza completed passes to 13 different receivers and he now has
connected wth 17 different pass catchers on the year. Soza finished the night
30-of-46 for 277 yards.
Junior RB David Glasco II carried 10 times for a career-high-tying 70 yards and
a touchdown. His season-long 42-yard carry in the second quarter helped set up
UTSA’s second score of the night, a 43-yard field goal by Sean Ianno.
The Roadrunners defense forced four three-and-outs, giving them nine on the
Junior S Triston Wade led the defense with a career-high 12 tackles, including
nine solo stops. Both marks are the most by any Roadrunner in 2013. Wade now has
a team-high 25 tackles this year.
Junior S Brian King posted a career-best 10 tackles, five solo. His previous
career high was eight against Louisiana Tech on Nov. 3, 2012.
UTSA created its first turnover of the season on Arizona’s final drive of the
night when freshman S Michael Egwuagu recovered a Jared Baker fumble with 26
seconds left in the contest.
Sophomore CB Bennett Okotcha, a transfer from Oklahoma, saw his first action
since his senior year at Coppell High School in 2010.
Junior PK Sean Ianno extended his streak of consecutive PATs made to 61 (perfect
for his three-year career) and also was a perfect 2-for-2 on field goal
Tonight’s attendance was 41,461, making it the largest road crowd UTSA has
played in front of (previous: 28,677 at Rice on Oct. 13, 2012). It also marked
the second-largest crowd the Roadrunners have seen overall (56,743 vs.
Northeastern State, 9/3/11).