UTSA have again made light work of their opponents as they managed a 34-15 win over Tulsa at HA Chapman Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Triston Wade was the hero for UTSA in an impressive defensive effort as he was able to manage two interceptions turning one in to a pick six as the Roadrunners managed their second straight win.
Steven Kurfehs also chipped in defensively, leading the team with nine tackles, two pass breakups, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
Offensively David Glasco II impressed as he ran for 135 yards setting a new school record while they managed a season high 286 rushing yards as part of 400 yards total offense.
It was a first half shutout from the UTSA defense as they completely handled Tulsa, beginning with a Wade pick on Tulsa's first drive that he returned for 11 yards.
It remained tight defensively though as the Golden Hurricane also held out UTSA until 7:35 to play as Eric Soza managed a five yard pass to end a rapid three play drive that saw a 47 yard run from Glasco to get the Roadrunners in range.
That seemed to spark UTSA and late on Nic Johnson was able to recover a missed punt in the end zone to make it 14 and at the start of the second a Sean Ianno 41 yard field goal pushed it to 17.
It was looking dangerous for UTSA moments later as they managed an eight play drive for 78 yards getting within three yards of the end zone only for Wade to tip the pass on the fourth down to keep the hosts on a goose egg.
It was an instant response for UTSA as they managed 97 yards on just four plays with a school record touchdown run for Kam Jones of 84 yards to put UTSA 24-0 up.
It was an amazing first half performance from UTSA as they managed 247 offensive yards on the back of 27 plays with 195 of those yards being rushed.
The third quarter saw Tulsa finally get off the mark after a slow start Dane Evans was able to make a nine yard pass for Jordan James with six seconds left in the quarter before the two point conversion was successful with a pass to Thomas Roberson to make it 24-8.
UTSA got things started in the fourth with a 31 yard field goal from Ianno to push the lead back out to 19 points.
It was then Wade who got the next touch down, his second career pick six as he intercepted and returned for 82 yards and a touch down to seal the win for UTSA.
The Golden Hurricane were able to get a late touchdown but by then it was much too late as UTSA cruised to victory.