Two teams struggling for fluency meet on Saturday as the UTSA Roadrunners host the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs. The Roadrunners have lost three straight games after starting the season with three consecutive wins.
Louisiana Tech need to shore up a lotSeason form
The Bulldogs have been hot and cold right through this season. That will be the norm with fluency and momentum being a major problem with the pandemic around. They have won three and lost two games so far, including a 25-17 defeat to Marshall in their previous game.
Luke Anthony had a solid game, completing 18 of 25 passes for 180 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Adrian Hardy had 102 yards receiving with a score on nine receptions.
The Bulldogs have a negative points differential in their games so far. They have scored 29.3 points per game but have also conceded 33 points. They have racked up 239 passing yards per game, putting them 36th in the country.
NEWS | Louisiana Tech head coach Skip Holtz, senior wide receiver Isaiah Graham and senior defensive end Eric Kendzior spoke with the media Tuesday in advance of LA Tech's game at UTSA on Saturday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m. CT at the Alamodome.
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UTSA in slump after three straight winsSeason form
The Roadrunners began the season in sprightly fashion, registering three straight wins. However, they have fallen away dramatically with three straight losses now, including a 28-16 defeat to Army in their previous game.
Lowell Narcisse didn't have a fantastic game. He completed 16 of 31 for 155 yards and a score. Sincere McCormick was much better on the ground, rushing for 133 yards on 18 carries.
The Roadrunners have some improvement to do in the air. They have managed just 217 yards per game passing. Their running game has been much better, averaging 184 yards per game, 29th in the country.
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