When Army met UTSA for the first time last season, the Knights ran over the Roadrunners to the tune of 340 yards rushing on 55 carries in their 31-13 victory. UTSA is now getting an unexpected chance at redemption as it faces the Black Knights again Saturday in a game that was not scheduled until late August after both teams ended up with open dates on their schedules amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Both teams are off to comparatively great starts in 2020 after they suffered through eight-loss campaigns in 2019. Army is 4-1 with its only loss coming against No. 8 Cincinnati, while UTSA is 3-2 with close losses against No. 15 BYU and a solid UAB team. It makes for what should be a competitive game as the Roadrunners look to prove they learned something in last season’s game about how to defend the triple option.