Arizona vs UTSA: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The Arizona Wildcats will travel to the Alamodome in Week 2 to face the UTSA Roadrunners. In their season-openers, Arizona defeated UNLV 58-13, while UTSA beat Houston 27-7.
Details for Thursday's game are below:
Kickoff: 8:00 p.m. ET
Live Stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV Coverage: Fox Sports 1
In his first game as the Wildcats starter, quarterback Anu Solomon threw for 425 yards on 25-of-44 passing with four touchdowns and no interceptions. It was the first time a freshman started a season opener for Arizona.
The Arizona offense totaled 781 yards in its Week 1 win, setting a new school record.
Arizona and UTSA met for the first time last season, with Arizona winning 38-13 at home.
Head coach Rich Rodriguez is undefeated in non-conference games while at Arizona.
Two Arizona running backs went over the 100-yard mark against the Rebels: Terris Jones-Grisby ran for 124, while Nick Wilson went for 104.
Senior Austin Hill's 92-yard touchdown reception last week tied for third-longest in school history.
The win over UNLV was the first time in Arizona history that the team had a pair of rushers and a pair of receivers all reach 100 yards in the same game.
The Wildcats' 32 first downs last week were more than they had in any 2013 game.
Scooby Wright III led the team with eight tackles against the Rebels and was named the defensive player of the game by the coaching staff.
The opener was Casey Skowron's first game as the team's place kicker, and he made three of four field goal attempts, including a 49-yarder.
- Jack Jorgensen