Marshall got off to an early lead and never looked back as they defeated UTSA 34-10 on Saturday afternoon at Edwards Stadium.
The Thundering Heard just piled it on in the first-half with 252 yards of offense of a total 404 yards while UTSA's turnovers continued as they gave up three.
Quarterback Rakeem Cato was impressive managing a 22-for-32 afternoon and 279 yards with two touchdowns.
UTSA did horribly offensively managing just 254 yards through the whole game as Marshall took it to the Roadrunners defensively.
It was a bad start for UTSA as Eric Soza was picked off twice, the first allowing Justin Haig a Field Goal chance from 33 yards that was duly dispatched.
Ra'Shawde came up with a big interception for Marshall as he dived to get the ball which set up a drive that saw Cato throwing for Devon Johnson for 17 yards to make it 10-0.
UTSA recovered slightly but still couldn't stop Marshall who managed an 89-yard drive ending with a four yard rush from Essray Taliaferro to make it 17-0 at the end of the first.
The Roadrunners jsust couldn't get to grips with the Thundering Heard offense and with five minutes to play in the first half Steward Butler needed only a one yard run to push the lead out to 24.
UTSA finally got on the board with two minutes remaining in the half as Cato was sacked by Robert Singletary leading to a fumble that saw UTSA make a recovery at the Marshall 11 only for the defense to step up and force the Roadrunners to settle for a field goal making it 24-3 at the long break.
The third quarter saw UTSA again not score but at least they kept Marshall out as the sides went through the third without a score.
Marshall again got the first scoring in the fourth quarter as they managed three points with a 31-yard field goal.
UTSA got their first touchdown as pass interference started a run for UTSA before Soza found Kenny Bias with a 27-yard touchdown putting UTSA three yards shy. It was a third down conversion that gave the Roadrunners the points as Soza scampered across the line.
Thundering Herd came straight back making a 73 yard play over almost six minutes ending with a four yard pass leaving 3:46 on the clock to give the game its final score.