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Name: Frank Harris 
College: Texas-San Antonio     Number: 0
Height: 6-0   Weight: 205
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

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  Jared Sackett kicked a 28-yard field goal with four seconds left and UTSA beat UTEP 34-31 on Saturday night to remain undefeated in Conference USA play. UTSA scored the last 20 points, and Sackett's late kick capped an eight-play, 73-yard drive that gave the Roadrunners their only lead of the game. Sackett also made a 51-yard field goal in the third quarter. Frank Harris threw for 382 yards and three touchdowns for UTSA (10-2, 8-0), which entered having already clinched the C-USA regular season title and will host the conference championship against North Texas on Friday.

Tykee Ogle-Kellogg had four receptions for 142 yards and Zakhari Franklin made seven for 126 yards receiving for the Roadrunners, and each had a touchdown catch. Ogle-Kellogg's 70-yard scoring catch tied the game 31-31 at the end of the third quarter. Calvin Brownholtz threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter, and his 23-yard TD run gave UTEP a 24-0 lead with 7:03 remaining in the second. Brownholtz finished 11-of-24 passing for 189 yards and also had two interceptions. Tyrin Smith had four catches for 99 yards and a score for UTEP (5-7, 3-5). The Roadrunners have won the last six in the series. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  Quarterback Frank Harris accounted for five touchdowns and 227 yards and Conference USA-leading UTSA smashed Rice 41-7 on Saturday. Harris was 11-for-14 passing for 103 yards and two touchdowns while running for 124 yards on seven carries with three touchdowns. Harris' 63- and 15-yard scoring runs put the Roadrunners (9-2, 7-0) ahead 14-0 in the first quarter. His 5-yard pass to Zakhari Franklin just before the quarter ended made it a three-score game. Down 41-0 just into the fourth, AJ Padgett threw a 43-yard touchdown to Bradley Rozner to get the Owls (5-6, 3-4) on the board. Padgett, Shawqi Itraish and Wiley Green combined to complete 20-of-42 passes for 225 yards with a touchdown and an interception for Rice. - UTSA/AP College Football

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  Frank Harris threw two touchdown passes in regulation and two more in a pair of overtime periods as UTSA held off UAB 44-38 on Saturday to remain undefeated in Conference USA play. Harris fired a 12-yard touchdown pass to Zakhari Franklin midway through the fourth quarter, then found him again for a two-point conversion to put UTSA on top 31-17. Jacob Zeno rallied the Blazers, nosing in from the 1-yard line with under five minutes to play in regulation, then dropping a perfect pass into the waiting arms of Trea Shropshire at the 4-yard line for a 38-yard score to tie the game at 31-31 with 15 seconds left, forcing overtime.

Zeno hit Tejhaun Palmer in the end zone from 11 yards out in the first round of overtime, but UTSA answered with a Harris' short touchdown pass to Tykee Ogle-Kellogg. Harris found an open Joshua Cephus in the right flat for a 14-yard touchdown to open the second overtime, and the Roadrunners' defense took over from there, sacking Zeno on third down and defending a pass at the goal line that fell incomplete on fourth down to end the game. Harris was 22-of-31 passing for 285 yards for UTSA (7-2, 5-0). Zeno was 27-of-38 passing for 332 yards for UAB (4-5, 2-4) with two touchdowns and an interception. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  OCT 24 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: UTSA QB Frank Harris accounted for 313 yards of offense and a pair of touchdowns to help lead UTSA to a thrilling 31-27 victory over North Texas in a battle for first place in Conference USA on Saturday in San Antonio. The senior quarterback completed 27-39 passes for 238 yards and two TDs and also ran for 75 yards. The Roadrunners matched a school record with 95 plays and piled up 495 yards, including a season-high 257 on the ground. Harris engineered a game-winning, 75-yard drive with no timeouts and 1:38 left to play. On the first play, he scampered 22 yards on a QB draw. He later completed a two-yard pass to Zakhari Franklin on fourth down to keep the drive alive before finding Oscar Cardenas open over the middle for a one-handed, 33-yard catch. With the clock winding down, Harris tossed a 10-yard touchdown pass to De'Corian Clark on a fade route in the left corner of the end zone for the go-ahead score with 15 seconds remaining. He now ranks third in the FBS with a league-leading 363.4 yards of total offense per game this season. - Conference USA Football

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  Frank Harris threw for 303 yards and two touchdowns, Kevorian Barnes rushed for 128 yards and two scores, and UTSA eased past Florida International 30-10 on Friday night. UTSA led 17-3 at halftime behind Harris' 195 yards passing and two touchdowns. Harris launched a pass under pressure and Dan Dishman hauled it in for a 42-yard touchdown with 2:41 left before intermission.

Corey Mayfield Jr. made an interception for UTSA on a tipped pass and Barnes capitalized on a short field with a 9-yard touchdown run to extend the lead to 24-3. Barnes added a 2-yard score early in the fourth. UTSA (5-2, 3-0 Conference USA) has won four straight following a 41-20 loss to then-No. 21 Texas. The other loss came in three overtimes to then-No. 24 Houston in a season opener. Grayson James was 18-of-36 passing for 174 yards with an interception for FIU (2-4, 0-2). Kejon Owens rushed for 52 yards, including a 15-yard touchdown with 46 seconds left. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  Frank Harris completed 24 of 35 passes for 275 yards and touchdown and added 61 yards rushing - including a 12-yard TD - on 10 carries to help UTSA beat Western Kentucky 31-28 Saturday night. The Roadrunners scored 17 consecutive points to close the first half and open the third quarter to take a 10-point lead when Chris Carpenter fumbled near the goal line and Joshua Cephus jumped on the ball in the end zone for a touchdown about 3 minutes into the second half.

On the opening drive, UTSA (4-2, 2-0 Conference USA) went 65 yards in 10 plays to take a 7-0 lead when Harris scored from the 12 on a quarterback draw with 11:32 left in the first quarter. Austin Reed ran for a 2-yard score about 3 minutes later and threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Daewood Davis midway threw the second quarter to give Western Kentucky (3-3, 1-1) a 14-7 lead. UTSA responded with an 88-yard drive that took nearly-5 minutes off the clock by the time Brenden Brady scored on a 3-yard run. The Roadrunners defense forced a WKU punt and Jared Sackett kicked a 41-yard field goal as time in the first half expired and the led the rest of the way. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  OCT 3 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: UTSA QB Frank Harris broke his own school records for passing yards and total offense for the second straight week to lead UTSA to a 45-30 road victory over Middle Tennessee in the C-USA opener on Friday night. Harris completed 27-36 passes for 414 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for 31 yards and a pair of scores to help the offense churn out a season-high 590 yards. Harris reached the 300-yard mark through the air before halftime, notching his fourth 300-yard game of the season and seventh of his career, both school records. Harris leads the FBS in total offense (383.4 ypg) and he ranks second nationally in passing yards (1,724), seventh in completions per game (26.2) and 10th in points responsible for (98). The Schertz Clemens High School product now owns 30 UTSA records and is one of only 11 active FBS quarterbacks with 7,000-plus passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in his career. - Conference USA Football

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  Frank Harris threw for a program-record 414 yards and accounted for four touchdowns to lead UTSA to a 45-30 victory over Middle Tennessee on Friday night in a Conference USA opener. Harris was 27-of-36 passing with a pair of touchdown passes to Zakhari Franklin and ran for two short-yardage scores to cap long scoring drives. Harris has 1,724 yards passing in five games this season. Brenden Brady added 98 yards rushing and a touchdown for UTSA (3-2, 1-0). Chase Cunningham completed 35 of 56 passes for 368 yards with a touchdown for Middle Tennessee (3-1, 0-1), which upset then-No. 25 Miami 45-31 last week. Darius Bracy had a 53-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter. UTSA has won four straight in the series. - UTSA/AP College Football

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  Frank Harris passed for 392 yards and four touchdowns, De'Corian Clark had three touchdown catches and UTSA pulled away in the second half to beat FCS-member Texas Southern 52-24 on Saturday. Harris threw a 69-yard scoring strike to Clark just 47 seconds into the third quarter to push a four-point halftime lead to a 28-17 advantage for UTSA (2-2). Harris added a 23-yard touchdown toss to Joshua Cephus later in the third quarter and hooked up with Zakhari Franklin for a 35-yarder 11 seconds into the fourth. Backup quarterback Eddie Lee Marburger connected with Clark for a 7-yard score to cap the scoring.

Harris completed 20 of 31 passes for the Roadrunners. Clark finished with nine receptions for 217 yards and tied his school record with three receiving touchdowns. Harris and Clark connected for a 31-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Chris Carpenter returned a kickoff 97 yards for a score in the first quarter. Andrew Body had 229 yards on 17-of-32 passing with a touchdown and two interceptions for the Tigers (1-3). He added two touchdown runs. Jacorey Howard led all rushers with 88 yards on 12 carries. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  SEPT 12 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: UTSA QB Frank Harris posted his second consecutive 300-yard passing day to help UTSA rally for a 41-38 overtime win at Army on Saturday in West Point. The senior quarterback completed 32-45 passes for 359 yards - just eight yards shy of the school record - and three touchdowns and added 30 yards on the ground, as the Roadrunners churned out 512 yards of offense against the Black Knights. Harris completed passes to six different players, including a pair that topped the century mark for the second straight games in Zakhari Franklin (122) and Joshua Cephus (112). Harris led UTSA back from a 14-point second-half deficit with three touchdown drives in a row to eventually take a 35-28 lead late in the contest. In overtime, he found De'Corian Clark open in the left corner of the end zone for the game-winning touchdown pass. The national leader in total offense at 394.5 yards per game, Harris currently paces C-USA and ranks sixth nationally with 348.0 passing yards per game, and his six passing TDs stand 10th among FBS players. - Conference USA Football

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  Frank Harris threw for 359 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner to JT Clark in overtime, rallying UTSA to a 41-38 victory over Army on Saturday. The Roadrunners (1-1) missed a 41-year field-goal attempt on the final play of regulation and Army (0-2) took the lead on the first possession of overtime on Quinn Maretzki's first field goal of the season before Harris brought back UTSA again. Trailing 28-14 midway through the third quarter, Harris directed the Roadrunners to three straight touchdowns, taking the lead 34-28 with Brenden Brady's 1-yard run. Army's Cade Ballard, who left the game midway through the third quarter with leg cramps, returned to throw a 42-yard score to Tyrell Robinson with just over a minute left in regulation. The teams combined for 995 yards of offense. Ballard threw for 221 yards and Army finished with 304 yards in the air, the most for the Black Knights since they had 305 against Houston in 2001.

Army led 21-14 at halftime. Tyhier Tyler, who had a 77-yard TD pass to Ay'Jaun Marshall for the game's first points, reentered the game for Ballard, and scored on a 16-yard run for a 14-point lead midway through the third quarter. But Harris threw 9 yards to Zakhari Franklin for a score and Brady added a pair of 1-yard scores. UTSA bounced back after a 37-35 three-overtime loss to then-No. 24 Houston last week and ended Army's six-game streak of wins in home openers. The Roadrunners are at Texas next week. The Longhorns were a one-point loser to top-ranked Alabama on Saturday. UTSA's Zakhari Franklin had 122 yards and two touchdowns on 10 catches. Joshua Cephus had 112 yards receiving, also on 10 receptions. Army's Jakobi Buchanan ran for two TDs. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  SEPT 5 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: UTSA QB Frank Harris accounted for 400 yards of offense and four touchdowns in a 37-35, triple-overtime setback to No. 24 Houston on Saturday at the Alamodome. The senior quarterback completed 26-43 passes for 337 yards and three TDs and added 63 yards and another score on the ground. He completed passes to six different receivers, with a pair topping the century mark in yards and another hauling in two touchdown catches. Harris had a 38-yard touchdown dash in the second quarter to give UTSA its first lead of the afternoon and he later led the Roadrunners on a 55-yard drive in less than 20 seconds to set up the game-tying 37-yard field goal as time expired to force overtime. - Conference USA Football

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  2022 PRESEASON WUERFFEL TROPHY (COMMUNITY SERVICE) WATCHLIST: Frank Harris, UTSA, Sr., QB,...Off the field, Harris has a long list of community service projects. He has volunteered his time with the San Antonio Food Bank, UTSA's Rowdy Readers program that visits local elementary schools, San Antonio's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day March, UTSA Day of Service, UTSA Diploma Dash, the Bryce Strong Foundation and the San Antonio Police Officers Association Blue Cares outreach program. He also has spent his time helping out with the For The Kids dance marathon that benefits pediatric cancer patients and their families, as well as with collecting donated food items for CANtoberfest and during the 2021 winter storm that knocked out power and water to thousands of area residents. Additionally, he has given hours of his time hosting local youth football camps and clinics and speaking to numerous local youth sports teams. - UTSA Football

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  2022 PRESEASON MANNING AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Frank Harris, Sr., UTSA,...A semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Awards a year ago, he enters the 2022 campaign with a 20-8 record as UTSA's starting QB. The lefthander has thrown for 5,293 yards and 42 touchdowns on 488-of-739 passing (.660) and rushed for 1,220 yards and 15 TDs as a Roadrunner. - UTSA Football

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  2022 PRESEASON WALTER CAMP PLAYER OF YEAR PLAYER TO WATCH: Frank Harris, QB, senior, UTSA,...A semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Awards a year ago, he enters the 2022 campaign with a 20-8 record as UTSA's starting QB. The lefthander has thrown for 5,293 yards and 42 touchdowns on 488-of-739 passing (.660) and rushed for 1,220 yards and 15 TDs as a Roadrunner. - UTSA Football

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  2022 PRESEASON CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Frank Harris, RS Sr., QB, UTSA,...Harris guided UTSA to the most successful season in program history in 2021, helping lead the Roadrunners to a 12-2 record, their first conference championship and top-25 ranking and to their second straight and third overall bowl game. A two-time national player of the week last fall, he set school single-season records for passing yards (3,177), completions (398), touchdowns (27), attempts (263), completion percentage (.661), passing efficiency (152.5), total offense (3,743) and touchdowns responsible for (33). He also rushed for 566 yards - a program record for a QB - and six scores and caught three passes for 36 yards and a TD en route to Dave Campbell's Texas Football Offensive Player of the Year and second-team all-conference accolades. - Conference USA Football

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  2022 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: Frank Harris, UTSA,...In 2021, UTSA quarterback Frank Harris (6-0, 200) was a semifinalist for both the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award … Dave Campbell's Texas Football Offensive Player of the Year … second-team all-conference selection … set UTSA single-season records for passing yards (3,177), completions (398), touchdowns (27), attempts (263), completion percentage (.661), passing efficiency (152.5), total offense (3,743) and touchdowns responsible for (33) … two-time C-USA Offensive Player of the Week … surpassed 300 passing yards twice and 200 yards in nine total contests … led UTSA to a 12-2 record as the starter under center … completed 263 of 398 passes for 3,177 yards and 27 TDs against only six interceptions. - UTSA Football

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  2022 PRESEASON DAVEY O'BRIEN NATIONAL QUARTERBACK AWARD WATCH LIST: Frank Harris, UTSA, Sr., 6-0, 200, Schertz, Texas,...A semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Awards a year ago, Harris enters the 2022 campaign with a 20-8 record as UTSA's starting quarterback. The lefthander has thrown for 5,293 yards and 42 touchdowns on 488-of-739 passing (.660) and rushed for 1,220 yards and 15 TDs as a Roadrunner. Harris guided UTSA to the most successful season in program history in 2021, helping lead the Roadrunners to a 12-2 record, their first conference championship and top-25 ranking and to their second straight and third overall bowl game.

A two-time national player of the week last fall, he set school single-season records for passing yards (3,177), completions (398), touchdowns (27), attempts (263), completion percentage (.661), passing efficiency (152.5), total offense (3,743) and touchdowns responsible for (33). He also rushed for 566 yards - a program record for a QB - and six scores and caught three passes for 36 yards and a TD en route to Dave Campbell's Texas Football Offensive Player of the Year and second-team all-conference accolades. - UTSA Football


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  UTSA head coach Jeff Traylor, quarterback Frank Harris and safety Rashad Wisdom will represent the Roadrunners at the 2022 Ryan C-USA Football Kickoff on Wednesday, July 27, at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. The league's 11 head coaches and two players from each program will be on hand to discuss and preview the upcoming 2022 football season. In addition to traditional press conferences and media availability, all participants will also take part in a live ESPN+ show beginning at 10 a.m., hosted by ESPN's John Schriffen. Coming off a record-setting 12-2 campaign last fall, UTSA will open its 12th season of play and third under Traylor, the 2021 C-USA Coach of the Year, on Sept. 3 against Houston. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. at the Alamodome in a game that will be televised nationally on CBS Sports Network. - Texas-San Antonio Football

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  UTSA has placed a league-high 14 players on the Phil Steele Preseason Conference USA Team. The defending conference champion Roadrunners' 14 selections are tied with UAB for the most of any team while UTSA also has the most first-team selections with six, one more than the Blazers. UTSA's first-team honorees include quarterback Frank Harris, wide receiver Zakhari Franklin, center Ahofitu Maka, linebacker Trevor Harmanson, safety Rashad Wisdom and punter Lucas Dean. A trio of Roadrunners landed on the second team in tight end Oscar Cardenas, offensive tackle Makai Hart and long snapper Caleb Cantrell.

UTSA has four third-team picks in wide receiver De'Corian Clark, linebacker Dadrian Taylor and cornerback Corey Mayfield Jr. Defensive tackle Brandon Brown and linebacker Jamal Ligon earned spots on the fourth team. Coming off a record-setting 12-2 campaign last fall, UTSA will open its 12th season of play and third under 2021 C-USA Coach of the Year Jeff Traylor on Sept. 3 against Houston. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. at the Alamodome in a game that will be televised nationally on CBS Sports Network. - Texas-San Antonio Football


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  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA SECOND TEAM (COACHES): QB: Frank Harris, Sr., UTSA,...Harris has quarterbacked the Roadrunners to a record-setting season on offense, going 12-1 as the starter under center. The Schertz Clemens High School product has completed a 241 of 362 passes for 2,906 yards and 25 touchdowns, setting program standards for completions, yards and TDs this fall. A semifinalist for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose and Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Awards, he also has rushed for 565 yards and six scores to set the UTSA mark for total offense in a season with 3,471 yards. - Texas-San Antonio Football

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  Frank Harris threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to Oscar Cardenas with three seconds left, rallying No. 15 UTSA to a wild 34-31 victory over UAB on Saturday. The Roadrunners (11-0, 7-0) defeated the reigning three-time Conference USA West champion Blazers (7-4, 5-2) to clinch their first division title. Trailing much of the game, the Roadrunners got the ball back with 1:09 left after stuffing the Blazers a yard short of a first down on third-and-4 at the UAB 42. Following a punt, Harris drove UTSA 77 yards on seven plays. The winning touchdown came after Harris fumbled the snap and had his pass tipped by UAB linebacker Noah Wilder before Cardenas caught it in the back of the end zone. Harris completed 25 of 35 passes for 323 yards and three touchdowns. The senior set the school single-season record with 21 touchdown passes on his first TD Saturday.

Dylan Hopkins passed for 254 yards and two touchdowns and DeWayne McBride rushed for 144 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries for UAB. The Roadrunners took their first lead late in the third quarter on Hunter Duplessis' 49-yard field goal to go up 27-24. Duplessis had a 51-yarder earlier. UTSA had a season-high 35,147 in attendance at the Alamodome, and the crowd had an impact as it did last week against Southern Miss. UAB had three false starts, a delay of game and had to call its final timeout with 5:25 left in the game to avoid a penalty. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  Frank Harris passed for 227 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 54 yards and No. 15 UTSA overcame a sluggish performance to beat Southern Mississippi 27-17 on Saturday and remain undefeated. UTSA, Georgia and Cincinnati are the only remaining unbeaten FBS teams following No. 8 Oklahoma's 27-14 loss at No. 13 Baylor. The Roadrunners (10-0, 6-0 in Conference-USA) needed late defensive stands to avoid an upset by the Golden Eagles (1-9, 0-6). Favored by 33 1/2-point favorite, according to FanDuel Sportsbook, UTSA nearly became fully ensnared in a trap game if not for its defense. With the game tied at 17 with six minutes remaining, UTSA noseguard Jaylon Haynes recovered a fumble by Southern Miss quarterback Antavious Willis at the Golden Eagles 35. The turnover led to Hunter Duplessis' go-ahead, 24-yard field goal with 4:39 remaining. UTSA sealed the victory with 4:25 remaining on a fumble recovery by Charles Wiley at Southern Miss 9 after Corey Mayfield Jr. stripped Willis as he fled the pocket. Sincere McCormick scored on the ensuing play to give the Roadrunners a 27-17 lead. - UTSA/AP College Football

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  Frank Harris passed for 286 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for two more scores to lead No. 16 UTSA to a 44-23 victory against UTEP on Saturday night at the Sun Bowl. The Roadrunners (9-0, 4-0 C-USA) pushed their school-record win streak to nine games and are one of four undefeated FBS teams. "It's getting surreal," UTSA coach Jeff Traylor said. "We can deny it and say we don't listen to (talk about being undefeated), but we do. "But our kids don't feel pressure." UTSA has won five in a row against UTEP (6-3, 3-2).

UTSA wasted no time in taking control, as running back Sincere McCormick darted through a big hole on the left side for a 75-yard touchdown on the second play after the opening kickoff. "We've worked on it all week, and they gave us the exact look we were looking for," Traylor said. McCormick finished with 169 yards on 21 carries. Harris and McCormick helped push all the right buttons for the Roadrunners, who scored all six times they had the ball in the first half. They've put up 40 or more points four games in a row. "That's as good as we've ever been offensively," Traylor said. "It's just a November to remember. We're stacking one great day on top of another. We have really good players, they're talented, and they're a blast to coach." - UTSA/AP College Football


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  Frank Harris threw two touchdown passes to Zakhari Franklin and No. 24 UTSA celebrated its first national ranking with a 45-16 victory over Louisiana Tech on Saturday night. Harris was 12 of 20 for 193 yards, with scoring passes of 75 and 10 yards to Franklin, to help the Roadrunners (8-0, 4-0 Conference USA) extend their school-record winning streak to eight games. Franklin had five catches for 118 yards, and Sincere McCormick ran for 113 yards and three touchdowns. Dadrian Taylor returned an interception 51 yards for a score.

UTSA, one of nine remaining undefeated FBS teams, won for the first time in Ruston in six attempts dating to 2012. "This is a big one," Roadrunners coach Jeff Traylor said. "We came here last night and all the kids were talking on the field about how negative things have been here - how they got their tails kicked. It painted a picture to me of how many negative things were in their heads. I don't know if I've done anything any good (at UTSA), but I know one thing – my kids don't play scared. We put out those bad memories and we don't play with fear." Louisiana Tech (2-5, 1-2) hosted a Top 25 opponent for the first time since 2010 when the Bulldogs lost to then-No. 14 Nevada and Colin Kaepernick. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  OCT 11 C-USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: UTSA QB Frank Harris' record-setting night helped lead UTSA to a 52-46 win over WKU on Saturday night in Bowling Green. Harris completed 28-38 passes for a career-best 349 yards and a school-record six passing touchdowns — tied for second-most in a game by an FBS player this year — as the Roadrunners racked up a season-high 564 yards of offense. Harris also caught a 23-yard touchdown pass, giving him seven total scores in the game (tied-third most in C-USA history), and rushed for 51 yards on nine carries to help send UTSA to the first 6-0 start in school history. The Schertz Clemens High School product has now thrown for 1,475 yards and 12 TDs on 127-182 passing this season and his 69.8% completion percentage stands 11th in the FBS. Harris also set a UTSA single-game record for total offense with 400 yards. - C-USA Football

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  Frank Harris threw for 349 yards and six touchdowns and hauled in a 23-yard touchdown pass himself as UTSA outlasted Western Kentucky 52-46 on Saturday night for the Roadrunners' school-record sixth straight win to start the season. Harris threw three touchdown passes to De'Corian Clark, the third on a 43-yard hook-up to give UTSA (6-0, 2-0 Conference USA) a 52-43 lead with 6:39 left. Harris found Clark with the game's first score less than a minute into the game, capping a three-play, 75-yard drive with a 30-yard touchdown.

Joshua Cephus tossed a touchdown pass to Harris in the second quarter, then caught a three-yard toss for a score in the third. Harris finished 28-of-38 passing with an interception. Sincere McCormick carried 23 times for 120 yards while Clark pulled in seven passes for 160 yards. Cephus had eight catches for 83 yards and a score. Bailey Zappe completed 38 of 60 pass attempts for 523 yards and five touchdowns for the Hilltoppers (1-4, 0-1), but was picked off by Clarence Hicks with 3:21 remaining to end a comeback attempt. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  Frank Harris threw two touchdown passes and UTSA beat UNLV 24-17 on Saturday night for its fifth straight win. UNLV couldn't convert on fourth-and-10 from the UTSA 36 with 39 seconds left to seal it for the Roadrunners (5-0). Harris was 24-of-30 passing for 278 yards, and he threw a touchdown pass each to De'Corian Clark and Joshua Cephus. Clark had seven receptions for 109 yards and Cephus eight for 84 yards. Sincere McCormick added 89 yards rushing with a 1-yard TD run for UTSA. Cameron Friel completed 25 of 37 passes for 307 yards and had a touchdown pass and two interceptions for UNLV (0-5). Steve Jenkins had five receptions for 114 yards and caught a 63-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter. Clark made a diving catch in the end zone for a 31-yard touchdown that stretched UTSA's lead to 24-10 with 2:55 remaining in the third quarter. - UTSA/AP College Football

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  Frank Harris passed for 264 yards and Sincere McCormick rushed for 105 as UTSA defeated Middle Tennessee 27-13 on Saturday night in the Conference USA opener for both teams. UTSA (3-0) nearly picked up its second shutout of the season, holding the Blue Raiders scoreless until the final 3 1/2 minutes. Harris completed 24 of 39 passes with two touchdowns and two interceptions. His scoring tosses went to Zakhari Franklin for 33 yards and Joshua Cephus for 12. Both receivers caught eight passes, Franklin for 114 yards and Cephus gaining 84 yards.

The Roadrunners had five sacks and nine tackles for loss in holding Middle Tennessee (1-2) to 8 yards rushing, 11 first downs and 199 total yards. Trumane Bell II had two sacks and 2 1/2 tackles for loss. The Blue Raiders' Chase Cunningham passed for 150 yards and his 23-yard hookup with Jimmy Marshall ended the shutout bid with 3:28 remaining. Cunningham hit Jarrin Pierce for a 16-yard touchdown in the final minute. - AP College Football


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  The preseason accolades continue to pour in for UTSA, as quarterback Frank Harris has earned a spot on preseason watch list for the Manning Award sponsored by the Allstate Sugar Bowl. Harris is one of 32 FBS signal-callers, and the lone Conference USA selection, to appear on the list for the Manning Award, which was created by the Allstate Sugar Bowl in honor of the college football accomplishments of Archie, Peyton and Eli Manning. It is the only quarterback award that includes the candidates' bowl performances in its balloting.

Harris, who also has landed on the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award Watch List, has played in 15 games and started 14 contests over the past two seasons for the Roadrunners, completing 225 of 341 passes for 2,116 yards and 15 touchdowns. A product of Schertz Clemens High School, he currently owns UTSA's career record for completion percentage (.660) and he ranks third all-time in passing yards, passing touchdowns and passing efficiency (127.9). - Texas-San Antonio Football


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  UTSA's Frank Harris has earned a spot on the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award Watch List, the Davey O'Brien Foundation announced on Tuesday. Harris is one of 30 FBS signal-callers - one of two from Conference USA - to land on the list of the nation's top returning college quarterbacks. Compiled by a subset of the Davey O'Brien National Selection Committee, this year's list was selected based on career player performance and expectations heading into the 2021 college football season. All nominees are required to have previously started at least one game at an NCAA Division I institution. A product of Schertz Clemens High School, Harris has played in 15 games and started 14 contests over the past two seasons for the Roadrunners, completing 225 of 341 passes for 2,116 yards and 15 touchdowns. He currently owns UTSA's career record for completion percentage (.660) and he ranks third all-time in passing yards, passing touchdowns and passing efficiency (127.9). - Texas-San Antonio Football

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  The quarterback position has been a revolving door for the Roadrunners in recent years, and it remains under scrutiny after Harris and Adkins split first-team snaps during UTSA's spring game. Harris, the faster and more athletic option behind center, will likely have the inside track to the starting job as the more experienced option and one of the Roadrunners' emotional leaders. But Adkins is expected to push Harris through fall camp, potentially offering a more accurate passing option.

Injuries have been the story of Harris' career. The former Clemens star missed 2017 and 2018 because of ACL tears, sat out the final eight games of 2019 due to a shoulder injury and pushed through nagging knee problems last year. He was productive in his opportunities, throwing for 1,630 yards with 12 touchdowns and six interceptions while running for 528 yards and nine scores, but questions of whether he was UTSA's best option lingered. - Express-News


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  2020 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): QB - Frank Harris, R-Jr., UTSA,...Roadrunners receiving honorable mention on offense included senior tight end Leroy Watson, junior quarterback Frank Harris and sophomore wide receivers Joshua Cephus and Zakhari Franklin. On defense, senior defensive tackle Jaylon Haynes, senior defensive end Lorenzo Dantzler, senior linebacker Charles Wiley, junior linebacker Trevor Harmanson, junior defensive tackle Brandon Matterson and junior cornerback Corey Mayfield Jr. all were honored, while senior kick returner Brennon Dingle and junior long snapper Caleb Cantrell collected honorable mention on special teams. - Texas-San Antonio Football

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  Frank Harris accounted for a career-high five touchdowns to lead UTSA in a 52-21 rout of UTEP on Saturday. The Roadrunners (5-4, 3-2 Conference USA) had a program-best 600 yards of offense while winning their fourth straight against UTEP (3-4, 0-3). Harris had touchdown runs of 35 and 4 yards, and finished 22 of 26 for 312 yards passing - hitting Zakhari Franklin six times for 118 yards with a 35-yard touchdown. Tykee Ogle-Kellogg and Brennon Dingle also caught a touchdown pass. UTSA's Brenden Brady rushed for 124 yards on 26 attempts while filling in for sophomore running back Sincere McCormick, who was not at the game for personal reasons. McCormick is second in the nation in yards rushing. Gavin Hardison fired a 52-yard pass to Jacob Cowing in the end zone for UTEP. Deion Hankins and Calvin Brownholtz each had a 1-yard TD run. Attendance was 6,243 at the 36,582-seat Alamodome. - AP College Football

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  UTSA quarterback Frank Harris will be a game-time decision for Saturday's matchup against UAB due to a knee sprain, coach Jeff Traylor said Monday. Harris left Friday's home win against Middle Tennessee during the second quarter and did not return. He was scheduled to undergo an MRI on Saturday morning, and Traylor called the outcome the "best news possible." Through three games, Harris has passed for 508 yards and three touchdowns with one interception and a 66.2 percent completion rate. He has also rushed for 162 yards and five TDs. Josh Adkins, a Smithson Valley graduate and transfer from New Mexico State, replaced Harris against Middle Tennessee and completed 16 of 28 passes for 233 yards and a touchdown as UTSA won 37-35 at the Alamodome. Harris, a junior, appeared to jam his right knee into the turf when he was tackled at the end of a 20-yard run during the final minute of the first half. He played two more snaps but then began waving to the sideline as he jogged back toward the huddle, eventually falling to the turf. - Express-News

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  UTSA is off to its best start since 2017, and a lot of that has to do with quarterback Frank Harris. Through two games, Harris has accounted for 593 yards and seven total touchdowns. While he has been efficient passing the ball (68.7% completion percentage, 448 yards, two touchdowns), Harris has done a majority of his damage on the ground. He's second on the team in rushing with 155 yards and has scored a team-high five rushing touchdowns. - Daily News Journal

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  SEPT 21 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: UTSA junior QB Frank Harris accounted for 373 yards and three touchdowns to help lead UTSA to a 24-10 victory over Stephen F. Austin in the home opener last Saturday. The junior quarterback completed 23-of-36 passes for a career-high 269 yards and a touchdown and he also rushed for 104 yards and a pair of scores, as the Roadrunners racked up 498 yards of offense. A product of Schertz, Texas, he became the first UTSA QB with two career 100-yard rushing games under his belt. Through two games, Harris has thrown for 438 yards and two touchdowns on 48-of-67 passing (68.7%) and rushed for 155 yards and five scores to help guide UTSA to its first 2-0 start since 2017. He is now tied atop the FBS in rushing (5) and total (5) touchdowns and he ranks second in points responsible for (42). - Conference USA Football

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  Frank Harris ran for two touchdowns and threw for another to lead UTSA to a 24-10 victory over Stephen F. Austin on Saturday. Harris accounted for 373 of the Roadrunners' 498 yards of offense, His 23-yard quarterback draw gave UTSA (2-0) a 14-point lead with just over seven minutes to play. He had a 3-yard TD run and tossed a 4-yard pass to Joshua Cephus for a 17-0 lead 35 seconds before halftime. The lead was cut to 10 only seconds later when Trae Self hit Xavier Gibson with a 10-yard TD pass. A 45-yard pass from Self to Remi Simmons set up the touchdown. Harris had 104 yards rushing on 17 carries and a career-high 269 in the air on 23-of-36 passing with an interception. Sincere McCormick added 98 yards rushing. Hunter Duplessis kicked his 13th straight field goal. Self finished with 285 yards on 21-of-33 passing with Gibson making six catches for 94 yards. - AP College Football

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  SEPT 12 WEEK 2 STARS: Frank Harris, UTSA, accounted for four TDS and the Roadrunners won their season opener, beating Texas State 51-48 in a wild finish. - AP College Football

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  Frank Harris threw three touchdown passes and UTSA won the inaugural Hometown Showdown with San Antonio rival Incarnate Word, 35-7 in the season opener on Saturday. It was the first meeting on the gridiron between the schools and the Roadrunners' seventh season-opening win in their nine seasons of existence, and their fifth win in their home opener. Harris threw 16 yards to Carlos Strickland II in the first quarter to give UTSA the lead and Brenden Brady capped a 14-play, 78-yard drive early in the second to make it 14-0.

Ameer King pulled in an 11-yard Jon Copeland pass as the Cardinals halved their deficit, but on the next series the Roadrunners pushed their lead back to two touchdowns on Deven Boston's 6-yard run. Harris hit Gavin Sharp from 5-yards out in the third quarter and hit Tykee Ogle-Kellogg from 36-yards out to cap the scoring early in the fourth quarter. Harris finished 28 of 36 for 206 yards passing with one interception and carried 15 times for 123 yards. Copeland threw for 181 yards but the Cardinals managed just 28 yards on 20 carries on the ground. - AP College Football


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