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  1. New Mexico State coach: ‘No rest for the weary’
  2. Coker says Brandon Armstrong likely won’t play Saturday
  3. UTSA’s home attendance No. 1 in WAC despite a dropoff
  4. Record-breaking Roadrunners improve to 4-0
  5. UTSA leading 49-3 after three quarters; attendance 25,742
  6. UTSA braces for New Mexico State, first WAC challenge
  7. UTSA-NW Oklahoma State game report
  8. Shellacking sets stage for UTSA's step-up in challenges
  9. Ianno's day ends early with hip injury
  10. Undefeated 'Runners watch step
  11. Ritter: Roadrunners have ‘a really good chance’ to win
  12. On-target Soza spreads the wealth to his receivers
  13. Roadrunners assistant coach prepares for ‘special week’
  14. Coker says Ianno likely won’t travel to New Mexico State
  15. UTSA coaches have ’100-percent faith’ in Richard Burge
  16. Three injured starters won’t travel to Las Cruces
  17. Roadrunners volleyball team wins fourth straight
  18. UTSA confident coming into Aggie Memorial Stadium
  19. Roadrunners roll into intermission with 21-7 lead
  20. Roadrunners claim first conference conquest
  21. Roadrunners gain recognition as potential ‘force’ in WAC race
  22. Coker says Soza, Johnston stood out against N.M. State
  23. WAC, NCAA say Roadrunners can’t play in a bowl this year
  24. Seniors ‘hungry’ for success in women’s basketball
  25. Armstrong’s health improving for Roadrunners
  26. Roadrunners minimize mistakes to forge 5-0 record
  27. ‘Runners prepare for road game at slumping Rice
  28. Ianno is out for Rice, while others are on the mend
  29. Roadrunners safety Cody Berry is on the practice field
  30. Rice’s Baker calls for ‘hard focus’ against Roadrunners
  31. Coker upbeat after players return to practice
  32. Rice takes a 13-3 lead on UTSA at halftime
  33. Rice takes 27-14 lead into fourth quarter
  34. After first loss, Coker happy with team’s attitude
  35. WAC says it won’t punish Kenny Harrison
  36. Soza says he will be ready against San Jose State
  37. Soza taking part in Tuesday morning workouts
  38. Kam Jones gives WAC defensive coaches food for thought
  39. Coker says Eric Soza is a ‘game-time’ decision
  40. Will UTSA’s improved play pay off at the box office?
  41. ‘Runners may look to Polite today in place of Soza
  42. Polite gets his first start at quarterback
  43. San Jose State races to 31-0 lead, early second quarter
  44. San Jose State is rolling with 38-10 lead at halftime
  45. Spartans continue onslaught, lead 52-17
  46. Coker says Soza could be lost for the season
  47. Soza has a hip fracture but hasn’t been ruled out for Utah State
  48. Neill, Ritter return to practice for Roadrunners
  49. With Soza still not cleared, Coker calls Polite ‘our quarterback’
  50. Coker said he expects Eric Soza’s return this season
  51. Fun-loving Wort ‘playing with hot feet’ as a freshman
  52. Kurfehs leads during UTSA's tough times
  53. Utah State takes 10-3 lead, early second quarter
  54. Utah State surges to 27-3 halftime lead
  55. Utah State takes 48-10 lead into fourth quarter
  56. Utah State up 48-17 after Polite TD pass
  57. Coker ‘optimistic’ that Soza can play on Saturday
  58. Coker says faulty alignment led to critical blocked punt
  59. Animated Soza works out with ‘Runners, status still uncertain
  60. Aaron Grubb ‘having a blast’ in first year of college football
  61. Cornerback Erik Brown misses practice with illness
  62. Coker cautiously optimistic about ailing Erik Brown
  63. Men’s basketball team ‘paying the price’ for success
  64. Hale, Roadrunners rout Savage Storm in exhibition
  65. Soza, Brown are traveling with the team today
  66. Soza, Brown are slated to play against Louisiana Tech
  67. UTSA, La. Tech in 14-14 tie after the first quarter
  68. Louisiana Tech rises up, takes 27-14 lead at halftime
  69. Louisiana Tech is up 37-21 early in fourth quarter
  70. Coker calls for demanding practices this week
  71. Harrison working toward return against McNeese State
  72. Starling suffers injury in cervical area, vital signs are good
  73. Cornerback Darrien Starling returns to practice
  74. Coker hails the toughness of his defensive backs
  75. Soza is a finalist for national sportsmanship award
  76. Women’s basketball wins 68-34 in season opener
  77. McNeese takes 7-0 lead on UTSA after first quarter
  78. McNeese leads 10-7 at halftime after late field goal
  79. UTSA retaliates to take 21-10 lead on McNeese
  80. UTSA pours it on, takes 31-10 lead against McNeese
  81. Men’s basketball off to good start with classic victory
  82. Coker focuses on Idaho after end of four-game losing streak
  83. Idaho’s interim coach looking for first victory
  84. Will Sean Ianno make his return against Idaho?
  85. Soza, Okotcha, Freeman create highlight material
  86. Aaron Grubb likely will sit out against Idaho
  87. Coker hails BCS committee’s decision on bowl access
  88. Bias, Ianno travel with Roadrunners to Idaho
  89. UTSA, Idaho ready to rock at the Kibbie Dome
  90. Roadrunners assume a 10-3 lead after first quarter
  91. UTSA leads Idaho 20-3 at intermission
  92. UTSA’s lead trimmed to 20-17 leading into fourth quarter
  93. Idaho and UTSA are tied 20-20 early in the fourth
  94. Coker isn’t endorsing an annual Texas State game yet
  95. Okotcha’s return for Texas State game appears likely
  96. Texas State week ‘like Christmas’ for Payton Rion
  97. Glasco II downplays rivalry talk, with Texas State looming
  98. Franky Anaya: An unforgettable character
  99. UTSA takes 17-7 lead after the first quarter
  100. UTSA survives miscues, takes 24-14 lead into intermission
  101. UTSA takes 38-24 lead into final 14:37
  102. Hickey, Coker surprised by C-USA defections
  103. Media reports: Middle Tennessee, FAU to Conference USA
  104. C-USA welcomes Middle Tennessee, Florida Atlantic
  105. Triston Wade earns first-team, all conference honors
  106. Linebacker from California commits to Roadrunners
  107. Coach says Blinn safety commits to Roadrunners
  108. El Paso Franklin offensive tackle leaning toward UTSA
  109. Boerne Champion’s Kyle McKinney picks UTSA
  110. Lyons expected to bolster Roadrunners’ offensive line
  111. Winds of change blowing after Big East break-up
  112. Brown, three others, dismissed from football team
  113. Roadrunners sign four from junior colleges
  114. Courtside at the Convo waiting for the WAC opener
  115. Utah State surges to 39-31 halftime lead
  116. Utah State escapes with 71-67 victory
  117. Hale III’s health improving on eve of home game
  118. Jordan Sims emerges as an offensive weapon
  119. Spartans hold 36-30 lead at intermission
  120. San Jose State rolls to 80-67 victory
  121. Houston, SMU, UTEP showing interest in Mountain West?
  122. Loss at Denver drops UTSA men to 0-4 in WAC
  123. Polite’s departure clears up quarterback picture
  124. Smithson Valley’s Mattison picks Oregon State
  125. Rippetoe-Blair’s status unknown for this week
  126. Rippetoe-Blair will not travel this week
  127. Women’s basketball team goes 2-0 on WAC road trip
  128. C-USA still expects to field 14 in football in 2013
  129. Davalos wins again at the Convocation Center
  130. Judson running back commits to Roadrunners
  131. UTSA’s football opponents for 2013 set
  132. Grady Little to speak at baseball banquet
  133. Women knock off first-place Seattle, 65-55
  134. Roadrunners await national signing day
  135. Idaho rolls to 64-45 victory over UTSA women
  136. Idaho men take 74-70 victory
  137. Information surfaces on two more football prospects
  138. Birdville coach touts UTSA pledge Juan Perez
  139. C-USA adds dates to UTSA’s football schedule
  140. New Mexico State basketball player suspended
  141. Denver holds off UTSA women for 53-49 victory
  142. New Mexico State center may not play against UTSA
  143. Phoenix prep school says guard on way to UTSA
  144. New Mexico State rolls 75-62 past slumping UTSA
  145. Coach: California-based DB pledges to the Roadrunners
  146. Judson’s Williams says he will sign Wednesday
  147. Aron Taylor ‘honored’ to join the Roadrunners
  148. Roadrunners to announce a class of 25 athletes
  149. Champion’s McKinney happy to join a winning program
  150. Football program announces 25 recruits
  151. Coker: We’ve got numbers and positions filled
  152. Roadrunners women fall to hot-shooting guard
  153. Shelton set a WAC record with 45 points against UTSA
  154. One-time Roadrunner discusses his new ‘home’ in Arlington
  155. Spaletta’s seven treys spark ‘Runners against Mavs
  156. Bakersfield wins 61-52 to sweep season series
  157. Marshall calls on Michael Kraft to start opener
  158. Roadrunners, Falcons announce starting pitchers
  159. Basketball teams face Texas State on Saturday
  160. Roadrunners men, women both win
  161. Roadrunners complete sweep in baseball series
  162. ‘Runners lash Islanders 19-4 to remain undefeated
  163. Marshall likes Roadrunners’ energy, enthusiasm
  164. Roadrunners earn a split at A&M Invitational
  165. Ragin’ Cajuns roll 18-6, hand Roadrunners their first loss
  166. Garrett, Williamson win titles in WAC indoor track
  167. Thompson holds out hope for late-season run
  168. Men’s track wins its eighth straight conference indoor title
  169. Louisiana-Lafayette competes sweep of UTSA
  170. Trabanino impresses with another strong pitching effort
  171. UTSA men win, women lose in WAC basketball
  172. Burrage hopes to continue roll into WAC tournament
  173. Seattle women beat UTSA at the buzzer
  174. Baseball team rips SFA 13-3 at Wolff Stadium
  175. UTSA cornerbacks will be under scrutiny
  176. Jeff Popovich hired as UTSA football assistant
  177. Marshall hopes players learn from Rockett incident
  178. Rippoetoe-Blair, Gibbs get SLC’s all-decade honors
  179. UTSA men’s basketball rained out at San Jose State
  180. Garrett takes fourth in shot put at NCAA indoors
  181. UTSA baseball to play two today against Washington State
  182. UTSA baseball beats Washington State 12-3
  183. UTSA women win, earn No. 4 seed in WAC tournament
  184. Michael Hale III named third-team, all-WAC
  185. UTSA knocks off Washington State 4-3 in 10 innings
  186. King makes all-WAC third team in women’s basketball
  187. Texas State knocks off Seattle; UTSA-San Jose State next
  188. Roadrunners knock off Spartans in WAC tournament
  189. Roadrunners lead Spartans 28-16 at halftime
  190. UTSA men ‘feel like they can win’ against top seed
  191. Lady Techsters bolt to 40-25 halftime lead on UTSA
  192. Lady Techsters rout Roadrunners 85-58 in WAC quarterfinals
  193. Roadrunners up 10 with five minutes left
  194. UTSA leads by eight with 11 minutes left
  195. UTSA upsets top-seeded Louisiana Tech at WAC tourney
  196. UTSA advances in WAC tourney with stunning victory
  197. Baseball team wins again, defeats Tulane
  198. UTSA and UT Arlington have a history
  199. Aggies beat Bobcats to move into WAC finals
  200. UT Arlington defense swarms, sparks 33-20 first half
  201. Texas Tech transfer paces UT Arlington early
  202. UT Arlington ends UTSA’s season, 69-53
  203. Mavs lead Roadrunners by 20, five minutes left
  204. UTSA trails by 19 early in the second half
  205. Tulane wins 2-1, snaps UTSA’s four-game win streak
  206. UTSA’s Rockett expected to play next week
  207. Coker upbeat after Day 1 of spring practice
  208. No. 18 Rice hammers UTSA 11-5 in baseball
  209. UTSA softball squad sweeps Texas State in San Marcos
  210. Roadrunners set to work out at Rutledge Stadium
  211. UTSA opens practice in front of 300 at Rutledge Stadium
  212. Coker: Roadrunners need to ‘step it up’ in practice
  213. Rockett homers as UTSA beats Baylor 5-3
  214. Coker sees improvement offensively in morning drill
  215. Spartans roll to 12-4 victory over ‘Runners
  216. Starling, Adams working to improve their game
  217. Soza, Conque heat up the offense in morning scrimmage
  218. WAC-leading UTSA softball team to take on San Jose State
  219. UTSA rides hot bats past San Jose State in series finale
  220. San Jose State wins two against UTSA in WAC softball
  221. Western Kentucky expected to announce move to C-USA
  222. Another transformation looming for Conference USA
  223. Report: Tulsa accepts invitation to join FBS schools in Big East
  224. UTSA football recruit holds his own at Texas Relays
  225. Tulsa news conference scheduled Tuesday morning
  226. Hickey: UTSA remains committed to Conference USA
  227. UTSA falls 11-4 in baseball to 18th-ranked A&M
  228. Roadrunners ‘having fun’ as they push through spring drills
  229. Roadrunners take the field at Harlandale Stadium
  230. Roadrunners rout Islanders, 12-5
  231. Roadrunners to hold Tucker Carter out of spring game
  232. Coker says it’s time for Mabry to come on strong
  233. Baseball, softball teams take on WAC leaders
  234. Work-load could be reduced for some of UTSA’s top talent
  235. New Mexico State whips UTSA 8-0 in softball
  236. Cal-State Bakersfield pitcher shuts down UTSA’s offense
  237. Soza, Conque expected to lead offenses in UTSA spring game
  238. About 30 recruits have turned out for UTSA spring game
  239. Defense stands out in UTSA spring game scrimmage
  240. UTSA’s Cray triple jumps her way to national leader board
  241. Arizona prep school guard signs with UTSA
  242. UTSA women tied for second at WAC golf tournament
  243. New Braunfels’ Villarreal signs with UTSA volleyball
  244. Soza is a finalist for national citizenship award
  245. Father’s perseverance helped Maryland achieve his dream
  246. UTSA baseball beats Dallas Baptist 5-4 in 13 innings
  247. Roadrunners beat Lady Techsters to clinch softball series
  248. DA spokesman: Case against Rockett has been dismissed
  249. Pitching rules as Sam Houston State beats UTSA, 2-1
  250. UTSA signs 7-footer from North Idaho College