UTSA Prediction: What’s Going To Happen
The team might not be as strong as last year’s version – not having DE Marcus Davenport around anymore ensures that – but the results might be better with the offensive coordinator change and the shift in philosophies.
It might be asking for too much for the same defensive production after fifth in the nation, but there are still enough pieces to be among the best in the conference.
The D will be a little worse, the O will be better, the special teams should be great, and all will be fine.
Guessing The Preseason Regular Season Win Total Will Be Set At … 6
The Roadrunners haven’t been able to get past the six-win mark over the last few seasons, and it’ll be tough to get over the hump this year, too.
Last year, they were able to get by Baylor to get everything started – that’s not happening this time around. Fortunately, there are enough dead weight games to build up a nice base of wins, and then it’ll come down to pulling off some big wins at home.
Split against North Texas and Louisiana Tech, come up with at least one win in the road games against Southern Miss, UAB and Marshall, and don’t slip up – and there are the six wins.