UTSA will open the 2020 season with a nonconference game at LSU, officials from both schools announced this week.
The Roadrunners will face the Tigers for the first time on Sept. 5, 2020, at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, La. It will mark the program’s third game against a member of the Southeastern Conference, as UTSA will play Texas A&M for the second time this fall.
Prior to being named the second head coach in UTSA history, Frank Wilson spent six years as a member of the LSU coaching staff. The New Orleans native was the running backs coach and recruiting coordinator in 2010-15 and also served as associate head coach for his final four seasons with the Tigers.
Other nonconference matchups for UTSA in 2020 include Texas State on Sept. 12 in San Marcos and home games versus Grambling State on Sept. 19 and Memphis on Sept. 26.
The Roadrunners will open the fourth season of the Wilson era on Aug. 31 when they host UIW in the Hometown Showdown at 5 p.m. at the Alamodome.
OPERATOR WON’T YOU PUT ME ON THROUGH I GOTTA SEND MY LOVE DOWN TO BATON ROUGE
UTSA just keeps winning, first T-Pain, now we finally officially announce that we’re going to Death Valley, the place where it never rains. Playing LSU will be so big for us Runners, the national recognition we’ll get for this game will be incredible, and if we can pull off a decent game or even a win, it would be huge for this program.
We’re getting a pretty hefty check for this game, and the way it looks right now the band is going to get to go, but like I sent to Conner, Noel, Austin, and I’s group chat nothing on the face of the earth will keep me away from this game. Hell could freeze over, the skies could fall, and the busses could break down and none of that would keep me out of that stadium.
The four of us all kind of adopted LSU as our second school that we root for, so it’s going to be hard booing our good friend Mike the Tiger, and our friends The Goin Band from Tiger Land, but we can do it.
we ain’t going for no check, we’re gonna play neck, and it’s never rained at the Alamodome.
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