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  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): RB: Sincere McCormick, Jr., UTSA,...McCormick has continued to rewrite the program's record book, as the Converse Judson High School product has rushed for 1,479 yards (5th/FBS) and 15 touchdowns on 298 carries, all UTSA records, and caught 22 passes for 184 yards this season. The All-American and a semifinalist for the Doak Walker and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Awards owns 20 UTSA career marks, including rushing yards (3,929), rushing TDs (34) and all-purpose yards (4,438). - Texas-San Antonio Football

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  UTSA running back Sincere McCormick announced Thursday that he is entering the 2022 NFL Draft, forgoing his final two seasons of eligibility with the Roadrunners. McCormick shared his decision in an Instagram post, writing that he will attend but not play in Tuesday's Frisco Bowl against San Diego State. He thanked his family, coaches, teammates and fans for their support through his record-breaking career, describing UTSA's Conference USA championship victory in front of more than 41,000 fans at the Alamodome as "one of the happiest times of my life." McCormick earned MVP honors in the 49-41 win against Western Kentucky, running for 204 yards and three touchdowns in his final game at UTSA. UTSA's running back Sincere McCormick (03) breaks out for a 65-yard touchdown run against Western Kentucky in the 2nd quarter during the 2021 Conference USA Championship football game at the Alamodome on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021. - Express-News

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  2021 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): UTSA RB Sincere McCormick is the league's Offensive Player of the Year for the second-straight season. He has rushed for 1,479 yards and 15 touchdowns on 298 carries - all UTSA records - and caught 22 passes for 184 yards in 13 games this fall. The Converse Judson High School product has topped the 100-yard mark on the ground in a program-record and league-best eight games, including rushing for 204 yards and three TDs in the 49-41 victory against WKU in the C-USA Championship Game. The All-American broke his own UTSA standard for single-game attempts with 41 for 184 yards and three scores in the 31-28 comeback win at Memphis, and he also reached the end zone three times after rushing for 113 yards in the 45-16 victory over Louisiana Tech. A semifinalist for both the Doak Walker and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Awards, McCormick leads C-USA and ranks fifth in the FBS in rushing yards and he sits 10th nationally in rushing touchdowns. - Conference USA Football

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  Sincere McCormick rushed for 204 yards and three touchdowns and the UTSA Roadrunners escaped another prolific outing by Western Kentucky quarterback Bailey Zappe to beat the Hilltoppers 49-41 and claim their first Conference USA championship on Friday night at the Alamodome. Zappe completed 36 of 59 passes for 577 yards and four touchdowns. He set a single-season school record with 5,545 yards passing, surpassing Brandon Doughty. UTSA had its most inspiring victory less than a week after its most humiliating outing in a 45-23 loss to North Texas last week. Leading 49-41 with a minute remaining, the Roadrunners stopped the Hilltoppers at their own 6-yard line when Jahmal Sam intercepted a desperation throw by Zappe as time expired.

Roadrunners quarterback Frank Harris responded to one of his worst outings last week by completing 19 of 28 passes for 218 yards and two touchdowns against the Hilltoppers. The third largest crowd in school history at 41,148 watched anxiously as UTSA struggled to maintain an early lead. The Roadrunners held the Hilltoppers' prolific offense to 289 yards and a touchdown in the first half. Zappe could not be contained in the second half, though. He completed 20 of 34 passes for 274 yards and three touchdowns in the second half. Zappe has 56 touchdowns this season, moving within four of matching the single season record set by LSU's Joe Burrow during the Tigers' national championship season in 2019. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  Sincere McCormick's 42 carries for UTSA against Memphis were the most in five years by a player not in a triple-option offense. McCormick ran for 184 yards and three touchdowns and caught three balls for 33 yards in the Roadrunners' 31-28 come-from-behind win. It was his third 100-yard game of the season and program-best 13th of his career. Air Force's Isaiah Sanders and Georgia Tech's Taquon Marshall each carried 44 times in a game in 2017, but they played in option offenses in which passes were rare. Take those two players out of the equation, and McCormick's number of carries was the highest since D'Onta Foreman of Texas ran 51 times against Kansas in 2016. - AP College Football

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  Sincere McCormick scored his third touchdown on fourth-and-one to tie it, then set up Texas-San Antonio for the game-winning field goal with a 22-yard run and UTSA beat Memphis 31-28 on Saturday. McCormick carried 42 times for 184 yards as UTSA rallied from a 21-0 first-quarter deficit. Wardalis Ducksworth recovered a UTSA fumble in the end zone for Memphis' first score, Rodrigues Clark scored on a seven-yard run and Calvin Austin III pulled in a 60-yard pass from Seth Henigan in the first quarter for the Tigers' three-score lead.

McCormick got the Roadrunners (4-0) on the board with a 12-yard run in the second quarter, then scored on an eight-yard run in the third. Brandon Thomas bulled in from the 1 to put Memphis (3-1) up 28-14 with 2:44 left in the third. Frank Harris' touchdown pass to Zakhari Franklin cut the lead to seven early in the fourth and McCormick capped a short drive to score the tying touchdown. After a Memphis punt with 2:34 left, McCormick carried on seven of nine plays, the last of which was Hunter Duplessis' 42-yard, game-winning field goal as time expired. Henigan was 15 of 25 for 329 yards and a touchdown for Memphis. Sean Dykes had six catches for 167 yards and Austin had six more for 142 and a touchdown. - Texas-San Antonio/AP College Football


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  Sincere McCormick rushed for two touchdowns to set a UTSA record, Josh Adkins passed for two scores and the Roadrunners rolled to a 54-0 win over Lamar on Saturday night, the first shutout in program history. Sincere scored on runs of 18 and 6 yards in the second quarter, giving him 21 rushing touchdowns in his career, one more than David Glasco. Adkins hit Zakhari Franklin for 32 yards and Clark De'Corian for 16 in the second half.

Despite having just 185 yards at the half, the Roadrunners (2-0) led 34-0 because of two big plays and holding Lamar to 56 yards. Sheldon Jones opened the scoring 3 minutes in by returning a punt 76 yards for a touchdown. In-between McCormick's touchdowns Charles Wiley had a 44-yard fumble return. First-half quarterback Frank Harris was 13 for 15 for 118 yards, and after taking over Adkins, was 11 of 13 for 134. A third QB, Eddie Lee Marburger, was 2 for 4 for 69 yards. UTSA outgained the Cardinals (1-1) 427-122. Lamar only had four plays gain 10-plus yards; the longest 14. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  As impressive as UTSA was on Saturday in beating Illinois 37-30, you'd never guess the Roadrunners' football program is only a decade old. Or that it was UTSA's first time facing a Big Ten opponent. "I'm just so thrilled for my kids," UTSA coach Jeff Traylor said. "We've been together 21 months now, and they've believed in us since the day we got here. I might seem like I'm a little cocky. I'm really not." He had reason to be.

UTSA never trailed in its season opener as Frank Harris was 20 of 32 for 280 yards and a touchdown and ran for a second score. Sincere McCormick carried 31 times for 117 yards and Brenden Brady ran 11 times for 67 yards and two touchdowns. Zakhari Franklin caught 10 passes for 155 yards and a touchdown for the Roadrunners. Artur Sitkowski was 22 of 42 passing for 266 yards and 3 touchdowns for Illinois. Reggie Love III rushed for 39 yards. Sitkowski got his first start for Illinois with Brandon Peters is out with a left, non-throwing shoulder injury. - UTSA/AP College Football


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  UTSA running back Sincere McCormick has been named to the preseason watch list for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award, it was announced Thursday at the Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce and SPORTyler 15th Annual East Texas Kick-off Luncheon. McCormick is one of 43 FBS players - including one of four from Conference USA - on this year's preseason list for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award one year after he was one of five finalists for the award. This honor comes less than one week after McCormick was named to the preseason watch list for the Walter Camp Player of the Year. He also has cracked preseason lists for the Maxwell and Doak Walker Awards in addition to being voted the 2021 C-USA Preseason Offensive Player of the Year.

A product of Converse Judson High School, McCormick earned 2020 C-USA Offensive Player of the Year and first-team all-conference accolades during a record-setting sophomore season. He eclipsed UTSA's single-season marks for rushing yards (1,467), touchdowns (11), carries (249), rushing yards per game (133.4) and all-purpose yards (1,598) en route to being named a second-team All-American by both Phil Steele and the Football Writers Association of America. - Texas-San Antonio Football


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  The Walter Camp Football Foundation has announced the names of 35 "players to watch" for its 2021 Player of the Year award and UTSA running back Sincere McCormick has earned a spot on the list. This honor is the latest in a bevy of preseason accolades for McCormick, the only player from Conference USA named to the watch list for the Walter Camp Player of the Year. Last week, he landed on preseason watch lists for the Maxwell and Doak Walker Awards in addition to being voted the 2021 C-USA Preseason Offensive Player of the Year.

A product of Converse Judson High School, McCormick earned 2020 C-USA Offensive Player of the Year and first-team all-conference accolades during a record-setting sophomore season. He eclipsed UTSA's single-season marks for rushing yards (1,467), touchdowns (11), carries (249), rushing yards per game (133.4) and all-purpose yards (1,598) en route to being named a second-team All-American by both Phil Steele and the Football Writers Association of America. - Texas-San Antonio Football


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  UTSA running back Sincere McCormick was highlighted Friday as one of 35 players to watch for the 2021 Walter Camp Player of the Year award. McCormick, a Judson product, set UTSA's single-season records last year with 1,467 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns, earning a spot on the 2021 preseason watch lists for the Doak Walker Award and Maxwell Award. He was one of just 35 players flagged for the Walter Camp award, which is voted on by 130 FBS head coaches and sports information directors. - Express-News

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  UTSA running back Sincere McCormick has been named to the Maxwell Award watch list and safety Rashad Wisdom has landed on the Chuck Bednarik Award watch list, the Maxwell Football Club announced on Monday. McCormick is one of 80 FBS players and one of four from Conference USA on the watch list for the Maxwell Award, which has been presented to the College Player of the Year since 1937 and is named in honor of Robert "Tiny" Maxwell, who was a former standout at the Swarthmore College and a renowned sports writer and football official. Wisdom is one of 90 FBS players, including one of six from C-USA, on the watch list for the Bednarik Award, which has been presented to the College Defensive Player of the Year since 1995 and is named in honor of Chuck Bednarik, a former standout at the University of Pennsylvania and with the Philadelphia Eagles. - Texas-San Antonio Football

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  UTSA running back Sincere McCormick has collected his second preseason All-America nod, as the Converse Judson High School product has been named to Phil Steele's second team, the publication announced this week. McCormick joins Mohamed Ibrahim of Minnesota in the second-team backfield, as running backs Breece Hall of Iowa State and Bijan Robinson of Texas were picked to the first team. Third-team honorees at the position are Isaiah Spiller of Texas A&M and Kyren Williams of Notre Dame, with Auburn's Tank Bigsby and Iowa's Tyler Goodson chosen for the fourth squad.

Last week, McCormick was named a Walter Camp Preseason Second-Team All-American. He also was named Best Running Back and first-team All-Texas College by Dave Campbell's Texas Football earlier this month, as well as a preseason first-team all-conference selection by Athlon Sports in May. McCormick enjoyed a record-setting sophomore season in 2020, breaking UTSA's single-season marks for rushing yards (1,467), touchdowns (11), carries (249), rushing yards per game (133.4) and all-purpose yards (1,598) en route to being named second-team All-American by both Phil Steele and the Football Writers Association of America. - Texas-San Antonio Football


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  UTSA junior running back Sincere McCormick has been named preseason second-team All-America by Walter Camp, it was announced on Thursday afternoon. McCormick, a product of Converse Judson High School, was named to the second team. He joins Texas tailback Bijan Robinson on the second team, with Iowa State's Breece Hall and Minnesota's Mohamed Ibrahim named to the first team. A second-team All-America selection by the Football Writers Association of America and Phil Steele in 2020, McCormick ranked second in FBS with a program-record 1,467 rushing yards. The 2020 Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year totaled 11 touchdowns on 249 carries, both school records, while averaging 133.4 rushing yards per game to rank sixth nationally. - Texas-San Antonio Football

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  McCormick likely will continue to be the focal point of UTSA's offense after rushing for 1,467 yards with 11 touchdowns and raking in an array of accolades last season. The Judson grad was a finalist for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award recognizing the top offensive player with Texas ties, a semifinalist for the Doak Walker Award for the nation's top running back, a Football Writers Association of America second team All-American, the Dave Campbell's Texas Football College Player of the Year and the Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year.

His rushing total ranked second nationally, and he finished sixth in the FBS with 133.4 rushing yards per game. McCormick said he felt "like a fat guy" at the start of last season, entering the year around 215 pounds. His primary focuses through the spring were slimming down and working to become a more elite sprinter with eyes toward an NFL future. Durability has been a strength for McCormick through two seasons as the only game he missed was to be present for the birth of his daughter, Legacy, last November. But McCormick averaged 22.6 carries per game in 2020, including a high of 37 against Louisiana Tech, and his ability to hold up through a heavy workload is worth monitoring. - Express-News


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  2020 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): RB-Sincere McCormick, So., UTSA,...McCormick leads C-USA and ranks second in the FBS with a school-record 1,345 rushing yards to go along with a program-record 11 rushing touchdowns this fall. A semifinalist for the Doak Walker and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Awards, the Converse Judson High School product boasts six 100-yard rushing games, including five of 150-plus, during his sophomore campaign. He is a four-time C-USA Offensive Player of the Week and he was named Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week after totaling 165 yards and three TDs on a school-record 37 carries in the win over Louisiana Tech. - Texas-San Antonio Football

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  2020 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): UTSA sophomore RB Sincere McCormick becomes the first Roadrunner to be named C-USA Offensive Player of the Year. The Doak Walker Award semifinalist is second in the FBS with a school-record 1,345 rushing yards on 226 attempts (6.0 avg) this season and has a league-high 11 rushing touchdowns. In the 49-17 victory over North Texas on Nov. 28, he broke his own school record for rushing yards in a game with 251 and two touchdowns on 23 attempts. It marked the sixth 100-yard game of the season for McCormick and the ninth of his career, also program records. McCormick's 251-yard showing is the best by any C-USA player this season and he owns five of the league's top nine rushing performances in 2020. - Conference USA Football

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  2020 DOAK WALKER AWARD SEMIFINALIST: Sincere McCormick (So.), UTSA,...A product of Converse Judson High School, McCormick leads Conference USA and stands second in the nation with a UTSA-record 1,345 rushing yards through 10 games. A 2019 Freshman All-American, he has scored a school-record 11 rushing touchdowns, which puts him second in C-USA and 11th in the FBS, on 22 carries - also a UTSA record - and he is averaging 6.0 yards per carry and 134.5 yards per contest in 2020. He has 31 runs of 10-or-more yards, including 16 of 20-plus yards and four that have gone for 50-plus yards, and he has gained 748 yards after contact. - UTSA Football

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  Sincere McCormick ran 23 times for a program-record 251 yards with two TDs to help UTSA beat North Texas 49-17 on Saturday. It was the first 200-yard rushing game in UTSA's 10-year history as McCormick broke his own single-game record of 197 yards rushing that he set in the season opener on Sept. 12 — a 51-48 double-overtime win against Texas State. The Roadrunners (7-4, 5-2 Conference USA) were able to celebrate their senior day by ending a three-game losing streak to the Mean Green (3-4, 2-3) that included last season's 45-3 loss on Sept. 21, 2019, in Denton, Texas. McCormick had 17 carries for 188 yards and a touchdown by halftime and sat out the fourth quarter. McCormick, a sophomore, needs 66 more yards to pass Jarveon Williams for the UTSA career rushing record (2,393). UTSA's 410 yards rushing set a single-game program record. Jaelon Darden had eight catches for 143 yards and a touchdown and Oscar Adaway III ran 15 times for 101 yards for North Texas. - AP College Football

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  NOV 23 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: It was a record-setting day for RB Sincere McCormick in UTSA's 23-20 victory at Southern Miss on Saturday, as the sophomore running back broke the school's single-season rushing yardage record after piling up 173 yards on the ground. McCormick carried 32 times and scored a pair of touchdowns to help the Roadrunners beat the Golden Eagles for the first time in Hattiesburg and reach six wins for the fifth time in the program's 10-year history.

The Converse Judson High School product broke loose for a 69-yard TD dash on the opening drive of the third quarter that gave UTSA the lead and pushed him over the 1,000-yard mark this season and the 2,000-yard barrier for his career. Later in the third, McCormick eclipsed the previous school standard of 1,042 yards set by Jarveon Williams in 2015 and he also matched the single-season rushing TDs mark of nine with his second score of the afternoon on a 1-yard plunge. The 173-yard output marked his fifth 100-yard game of the season and his eighth in only 21 career games, already matching Williams' school record. McCormick paces C-USA and ranks second nationally with 1,094 rushing yards. - Conference USA Football


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  Sincere McCormick ran for 173 yards and two touchdowns to lead UTSA to a 23-20 victory over Southern Mississippi on Saturday. It was the first win for the Roadrunners (6-4, 4-2 Conference USA) at Southern Miss (2-7, 1-4). Tate Whatley threw a 51-yard touchdown pass to Frank Gore Jr. for Southern Miss that capped the scoring with 10 minutes to play. The Golden Eagles had one more possession, but couldn't cross midfield after 11 plays and four minutes remaining. Trailing 10-9 after halftime, McCormick broke loose on a 69-yard touchdown run and scored from the 1 that gave the Roadrunners a 23-10 lead with 6:30 left in the third quarter.

McCormick entered second in the nation in yards rushing and set the program's single-season rushing record at 1,044 yards with a game remaining. He surpassed Jarveon Williams' 1,042 mark set in 2015-16. It was McCormick's eighth career 100-yard rushing game, matching Williams' record. UTSA's Zakhari Franklin caught a 6-yard touchdown pass from Frank Harris in the second quarter. Franklin, a sophomore, finished with 22 yards receiving and has over 1,000 yards for the season. Whatley was 22-of-39 passing for 220 yards with two touchdowns. Gore finished with 70 yards rushing to go along with his scoring catch. - AP College Football


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  Meeting with UTSA running back Sincere McCormick less than 24 hours after his 37-carry game against Louisiana Tech, coach Jeff Traylor borrowed a line longtime coach Bum Phillips once said about Hall of Fame back Earl Campbell. "I think Earl carried it 40 times one game, and they asked Bum about it, and Bum's response was, 'The ball isn't that heavy, is it?'" Traylor said. "I gave him that analogy. He thought that was funny." The joke proved to be more fitting than Traylor anticipated, as McCormick on Tuesday was named the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Player of the Week after running for 165 yards and three touchdowns Saturday in UTSA's 27-26 win. McCormick was also named the Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season. "When it comes to awards, I'm just humble," McCormick said. "Hard work pays off, and it clearly shows. I'm grateful, and I'm going to keep working."

McCormick said his focus since Saturday has been taking a "pro mentality" toward recovery. Sunday included contrast bath therapy - three minutes of hot water, followed by one minute in an ice tub - a light workout and stretching. Feeling "kind of heavy" to start the season, McCormick said he worked to become one of UTSA's top performers in practice, drawing praise from Traylor for the metrics he posts on the Roadrunners' tracking data. McCormick said he entered Tuesday's practice feeling "fresh." - Express-News


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  OCT 26 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: RB Sincere McCormick registered his second straight and fourth 100-yard rushing game of the season to help lead UTSA to a 27-26 come-from-behind win over Louisiana Tech on Saturday night at the Alamodome. The sophomore gashed the Bulldogs for 165 yards and three touchdowns - all in the second half - on a school-record 37 carries to help the Roadrunners rally from a pair of 13-point deficits after halftime and snap a six-game losing streak to LA Tech. McCormick had 2- and 6-yard TD runs that each cut the LA Tech lead to six points and he then ripped off a 45-yard scoring dash with 6:16 left to play that helped give UTSA the lead for good. The Converse Judson High School product continues to lead the FBS in rushing yards with 867 and he paces the league in rushing yards per game with 123.9. - Conference USA Football

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  Sincere McCormick ran for three second-half touchdowns to lead UTSA to a 27-26 victory over Louisiana Tech on Saturday night. McCormick, who entered with a nation-leading 702 yards rushing, finished with 165 yards on 37 carries. UTSA (4-3, 2-1 Conference USA) broke a six-game losing streak against Louisiana Tech (3-3, 2-2). Hunter Duplessis made field goals from 21 and 37 yards for UTSA in the first half to extend his nation-leading active streak of consecutive field goals made to 23, but he had a 43-yard attempt blocked early in the fourth quarter.

Trailing 19-6, McCormick bulled into the end zone from the 2 capping a 15-play drive, 75-yard drive to open the third quarter. Louisiana Tech answered with Ezekiel Barnett's 60-yard interception return for a touchdown and the Bulldogs led 26-13. McCormick had a 6-yard touchdown run and broke loose on a 45-yard scoring run with 6:16 remaining. On Louisiana Tech's final drive, Aaron Allen led the Bulldogs to the 43, but he threw an interception to Antonio Parks with 1:47 left. Luke Anthony was 22 of 33 for 145 yards passing and threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Jacob Adams in the second quarter for Louisiana Tech. Jacob Barnes made four field goals. - AP College Football


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  Backup Josh Adkins threw for 233 yards and a touchdown, Sincere McCormick rushed for 82 yards and two scores, and UTSA held off Middle Tennessee 37-35 on Friday night in a Conference USA opener for both teams. UTSA's starting quarterback Frank Harris hobbled off the field with 28 seconds left in the first half and did not return. Adkins, a New Mexico State grad transfer, completed his first two passes before Hunter Duplessis gave UTSA a 17-10 halftime lead with a short field goal.

Duplessis made his 16th straight field goal with 11:39 remaining for a 37-29 lead, but UTSA punted on its next two possessions. Middle Tennessee put together a 13-play, 72-yard scoring drive, ending with 1:04 remaining, but its two-point conversion attempt was unsuccessful in front of a sparse crowd at the Alamodome. Zakhari Franklin had 119 receiving yards and a score, and freshman Jamal Ligon set a program record with 19 tackles for UTSA (3-0). Jeff Traylor became the first coach in program history to begin his career with three straight wins. Asher O'Hara threw for 372 yards and three touchdowns, but he also had two first-half interceptions for Middle Tennessee (0-3). Chaton Mobley added two rushing TDs. - AP College Football


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  SEPT 14 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: UTSA sophomore RB Sincere McCormick started his sophomore season with a bang, rushing for a school-record 197 yards and a touchdown on 29 carries - also a program record - to help lead UTSA to a 51-48 double-overtime victory at Texas State on Saturday. The Converse, Texas product ripped off a pair of 58-yard runs - one in each half - en route to eclipsing his own program standard of 189 yards set last fall versus UTEP. The 2019 C-USA Freshman of the Year spearheaded a ground attack that piled up 330 yards, the third-best in UTSA annals, and his single-game rushing total is the most by any FBS player this season. - Conference USA Football

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  UTSA's Sincere McCormick is the national rushing leader after breaking his school record with 197 yards on 29 carries in the 51-48 double-overtime win over Texas State. The 2019 Conference USA freshman of the year went over 100 yards three times last season. - AP College Football

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  Hunter Duplessis kicked a 29-yard field goal in the second overtime, Frank Harris accounted for four touchdowns, and UTSA won its season opener, beating Texas State 51-48 in a wild finish on Saturday. Texas State's Alan Orona missed a 20-yard field goal attempt in the second overtime and a potential game-winning extra point with 1:16 left in the fourth quarter. Sincere McCormick ran for a program-record 197 yards on 29 carries and had a 5-yard touchdown run for UTSA. Harris was 23-of-31 passing for 169 yards and threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Joshua Cephus, who made a spectacular one-handed catch in the first overtime.

Harris had scoring runs from 17, 19 and 13 yards and finished with 52 yards rushing. Texas State (1-1), which scratched starting quarterback Brady McBride earlier in the day due to COVID-19 protocol, was down 41-28 with 3:24 remaining after UTSA's Rashad Wisdom scored on an 81-yard interception return. The Roadrunners wore sticker helmets in honor of Wisdom's brother Bryce, who died at age 17 in July from kidney cancer. - AP College/UTSA Football


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  2019 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): RB Sincere McCormick, Fr., UTSA,...McCormick enjoyed a record-setting debut season for the Roadrunners. The Judson High product broke the program's single-season all-purpose yardage record with 1,177 yards, topping the previous record of 1,121 set by Jarveon Williams in 2016. He also eclipsed Williams' single-game rushing yardage mark with 189 in the win at UTEP, and he also topped the century mark with 134 in the win at Old Dominion and 119 versus Louisiana Tech. McCormick rushed 177 times for 983 yards and eight touchdowns, totals that each rank second on the school's single-season list, and he added 24 catches for 194 yards and a TD. - Texas-San Antonio Football

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  2019 CONFERENCE USA FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR (COACHES): UTSA RB Sincere McCormick earned the league's Freshman of the Year award, the second time in four years that a Roadrunner took home the top rookie award. He finished sixth in Conference USA and ranked third among all FBS freshman running backs with 983 rushing yards. McCormick posted a trio of 100-yard games and ran for eight touchdowns, while adding 194 receiving yards and another score. - Conference USA Football

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  OCT 7/WEEK 6 C-USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: UTSA freshman RB Sincere McCormick broke UTSA's single-game rushing record to help spearhead a potent ground game in the Roadrunners' 26-16 victory over UTEP on Saturday night in El Paso. The true freshman tailback rushed for 189 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries to help UTSA pile up 320 yards on the ground and improve to a perfect 4-0 against the Miners at the Sun Bowl. McCormick averaged 8.6 yards per carry en route to eclipsing the previous school standard of 186 yards set by Jarveon Williams in 2015 against Charlotte. The Converse, Texas, product leads UTSA and ranks third in C-USA with 439 rushing yards through five games and his 6.6 yards-per-carry average stands second in the league and 25th nationally. - Conference USA Football

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