The UTSA Roadrunners (1-2) visit the No. 23 Tennessee Volunteers (2-1) at Neyland Stadium on Saturday, September 23, 2023.
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When is Tennessee vs. UTSA and when does it start?
This contest between the Volunteers and Roadrunners will take place on Saturday, September 23, 2023. Expect to see the kickoff at 4:00 PM ET.
Where to watch Tennessee vs. UTSA
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What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on SECN.
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Tennessee vs. UTSA Game Preview
Tennessee Stats & Insights
The Volunteers enter the matchup after losing 29-16 to the Florida Gators in their last outing on September 16.
On offense, Tennessee ranks 92nd in the FBS with 348 yards per game. Meanwhile, its defense ranks 103rd in total defense (395.7 yards allowed per contest).
From an offensive standpoint, the Volunteers rank 92nd in the FBS with 207 passing yards per game. Meanwhile, they rank 70th in passing yards allowed per contest (212.7).
Tennessee sports the 80th-ranked rushing offense this season (141 rushing yards per game), and has been less effective on defense, ranking 20th-worst with 183 rushing yards allowed per game.
The Volunteers are averaging 31.7 points per game on offense (58th in the FBS), and they rank 43rd defensively with 18.3 points allowed per game.
UTSA Stats & Insights
The Volunteers took on the Florida Gators in their most recent outing, falling 29-16.
From an offensive standpoint, UTSA is generating 383 total yards per game (72nd-ranked). It ranks 61st in the FBS on the other side of the ball (339.3 total yards given up per game).
The Roadrunners are accumulating 220.7 passing yards per game on offense this season (80th-ranked). Meanwhile, they are allowing 210.7 passing yards per contest (65th-ranked) on defense.
UTSA is putting up 162.3 rushing yards per contest on offense this season (65th-ranked). Meanwhile, it is giving up 128.7 rushing yards per contest (72nd-ranked) on defense.
In terms of points scored the Roadrunners rank 107th in the FBS (21 points per game), and they are 66th on defense (22.3 points allowed per contest).
Tennessee Key Players to Watch
Tony Muskett has thrown for 94 yards (94 ypg) to lead Tennessee, completing 52.9% of his passes this season.
The team’s top rusher, Amaad Foston, has carried the ball three times for 18 yards (18 per game) this year. He’s proven to be a dual threat, racking up 1 receiving yards (1 per game) on one catch.
This season Su Agunloye has 0 receiving yards (0 per game) on zero catches, while also piling up 0 rushing yards (0 per game) on zero carries.
UTSA Key Players to Watch
Frank Harris has 423 passing yards (211.5 ypg) to lead UTSA, completing 60.3% of his passes and recording two touchdown passes and three interceptions this season. He’s also chipped in on the ground with 60 rushing yards (30 ypg) on 21 carries.
Kevorian Barnes has carried the ball 51 times for a team-high 245 yards (81.7 per game), with one touchdown this year.
This season Robert Henry has taken 14 carries for 90 yards (30 per game) and one touchdown.
Joshua Cephus’ 245 receiving yards (81.7 yards per game) lead the team. He has 23 receptions with two touchdowns.
Tykee Ogle-Kellogg has put up a 140-yard season so far (46.7 receiving yards per game) with one touchdown, hauling in 10 passes.
Devin McCuin’s four grabs this season have resulted in 91 yards (30.3 ypg) and one touchdown.