SAN ANTONIO — Trey Moore registered three sacks and Frank Harris passed for 214 yards to help lead UTSA to a 20-13 victory over Texas State in front of 49,342 fans on Saturday afternoon at the Alamodome.
With the win, the Roadrunners improved to 1-1 on the season and notched their first victory as a member of the American Athletic Conference in front of the second-largest home crowd in program history, trailing only the inaugural game attendance of 56,743.
Moore totaled seven tackles and his three sacks are tied for the second most recorded by a Roadrunner in a game. The outside linebacker from Smithson Valley High School helped lead a defense that limited the Bobcats to 242 total yards, including just 31 rushing yards.
UTSA posted 10 total tackles for loss including a school record-breaking seven sacks, as Trumane Bell II, Nick Booker-Brown, Avery Morris and Jimmori Robinson contributed one apiece.