UTSA has announced future football games with Texas A&M, New Mexico State and UNLV.
The Roadrunners will face Texas A&M for the third time in program history on Aug. 30, 2025, at Kyle Field in College Station. The Aggies, who finished the 2020 season ranked No. 4, have won both of the previous meetings with UTSA, 23-10 in 2016 and 45-14 in 2019.
UTSA and New Mexico State will play a four-game series beginning on Aug. 31, 2024 when the Aggies travel to the Alamodome for the second matchup between the two former Western Athletic Conference foes. The Roadrunners scored a 35-14 victory in the only previous meeting on Sept. 29, 2012 in Las Cruces in what was UTSA’s first-ever conference game.
New Mexico State also will travel to San Antonio for a meeting with the Roadrunners on Oct. 3, 2026, while UTSA will head to Las Cruces for games on Sept. 20, 2025 and Sept. 22, 2029.
This fall, UTSA and UNLV will meet for the first time on the gridiron when the Rebels travel to the Alamo City on Oct. 2. That contest will close out the Roadrunners’ 2021 non-conference slate, as they will open the second season under head coach Jeff Traylor on Sept. 4 at Illinois before hosting Lamar on Sept. 11 and traveling to face Memphis on Sept. 25.
The Roadrunners will make the return trip to Las Vegas on Sept. 18, 2027 when they will face UNLV at Allegiant Stadium.
UTSA is coming off a 7-5 campaign that ended with the program’s second bowl appearance, a narrow 31-24 setback to 16th-ranked Louisiana in the SERVPRO First Responder Bowl on Dec. 26 in Dallas. Traylor guided the Roadrunners to the second-most wins in school history and to a second-place finish in Conference USA’s West Division with a 5-2 mark.
Three Roadrunners collected All-America honors, as sophomore running back Sincere McCormick was a second-team selection by the Football Writers Association of America and Phil Steele, sophomore punter Lucas Dean was a second- and fourth-team honoree by the Sporting News and Phil Steele, respectively, and senior kicker Hunter Duplessis was an honorable mention pick by Phil Steele.