UTSA Roadrunners vs Texas Longhorns 9/17/22 Prediction and DraftKings Sportsbook Promo
September 16, 2022
The UTSA Roadrunners will head to the Texas Longhorns' home field, Texas Memorial Stadium, for Week 3 of the college football season. This will be the first time these college football teams see each other in the history of their programs.
On its offense, UTSA has QB Frank Harris, WR Zakhari Franklin and RB Brenden Brady. The team's defense consists of players like DL Trumane Bell II, LB Martavius French and CB Xavier Player. The Longhorns' offensive group includes promising QB Hudson Card, the dynamic RB Bijan Robinson, WR Xavier Worthy and other top-prospect backs. Meanwhile, Texas' defense is led by DL Vernon Broughton, LB Luke Brockermeyer and DB JD Coffey III among many others.
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✅ Texas's current record is 1-1. The team won by a large margin against the UL-Monroe Warhawks in Week 1, 52-10. But the more impressive performance was their Week 2 loss to Alabama, who they lost to by just one point.
✅ RB Bijan Robinson has recorded 128 rushing yards, six receptions and three touchdowns in the first two games of this season, and is way too talented for UTSA to handle.
✅ Texas' winning percentage as the spread favorite in this season, and against the spread in general, is 100 percent.
|Teams||UTSA Roadrunners vs Texas Longhorns|
|When||Saturday, September 17, at 8:00 p.m. ET|
|Venues||DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX|
|Betting Picks||Texas Longhorns | Spread @ -13.5 (-110)|
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UTSA Roadrunners vs Texas Longhorns
UTSA currently holds a 1-1 record coming into Week 3 against Texas. In Week 1, the team lost to the Houston Cougars 37-35 in three overtimes. However, last week, they achieved a win over the Army Black Knights by a score of 41-38.
So far this season season, UTSA has recorded 366.5 passing yards per game, ranking 11th in NCAA Football. Meanwhile, their rushing yards per game total 128.5, ranking at number 94 among all college football teams. They have also recorded five sacks on defense and will need to get pressure on the quarterback to disrupt Texas dual-quarterback system.
The Roadrunners reported that RB Kaedric Cobbs will miss some games due to a knee injury. RB De'Anthony Lewis, RB Jaylon Lott and OL Demetris Allen will also be absent from some games for undisclosed reasons.
The Longhorns' current record is 1-1. They won over the UL-Monroe Warhawks 52-10 in Week 1, but got defeated by the Alabama Crimson Tide 20-19 in Week 2.
Texas has recorded 294.5 passing yards per game, ranking 37th overall in NCAA Football. The team's rushing yards per game figure is currently 106.5, placing them in 107th among all college football teams. They, like UTSA, have recorded five sacks including two against the mighty Crimson Tide a week ago.
Starting QB Quinn Ewers reportedly will be absent for four to six weeks after sustaining a collarbone injury. His backup in the last two games was Card, who will likely start for the UTSA game. Several other injuries are plaguing the team as well, including WR Jaden Alexis (knee) and TE Brayden Liebrock (shoulder).