UTSA faces challenge on the road against No. 15 Utah State

Still in search of a victory after four games, the UTSA Roadrunners will play on the road Monday night against the undefeated and 15th-ranked Utah State Aggies.

It is regarded as UTSA’s toughest challenge since an opening-night road test at Oklahoma.

History would suggest that the odds are stacked against the Roadrunners, who haven’t won against a ranked opponent since 1994, when they knocked off Arizona State in Tempe, Ariz.

UTSA will enter the game struggling offensively, averaging 67 points on 35.5 percent shooting.

The Roadrunners, who were picked in the preseason to finish second in Conference USA, have lost on the road at Oklahoma and in three neutral-site games in Florida against Southern Illinois, Oakland and Delaware.

The Utah State game will be televised on Facebook (Stadium) and will be broadcast on Ticket 760 AM. Tipoff is set for 8 p.m.


UTSA 0-4
Utah State 4-0

Coming up

UTSA opens its home schedule Friday night against Wiley College, an NAIA program based in Marshall, Texas.

A three-game home-stand continues against Prairie View A&M on Nov. 30 and against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Dec. 3.

The Roadrunners play at Texas State on Dec. 7.