The Roadrunners are looking to shock the college football world and may have a chance in downtown San Antonio.
UTSA Safety Michael Egwuagu believes that anything can happen and the team would shock a lot of people.
“It would be big. I think we would shock a lot of people. It comes down to preparation. We’re excited to get in there and I think we will shock a lot of people,” said Egwuagu.
UTSA is heading into the game 1-1 against ASU, who is currently 2-0 in the PAC-12 conference.
This is UTSA Head Football Coach Frank Wilson’s third game with the Roadrunners heading into the match up Friday.
UTSA football is already familiar with high-profile games, previously playing against Oklahoma State, Rice and then defeating the University of Houston at their first game at their new TDECU stadium in 2014, 27-7.
Expect an exciting game between the Roadrunners and Sun Devils in the Alamo City.
Official kick-off begins at 8:30 p.m. at the Alamodome and the game will be televised live on ESPN2.