SAN ANTONIO -- Frank Harris ran for two touchdowns and threw for another to lead UTSA to a 24-10 victory over Stephen F. Austin on Saturday.
Harris accounted for 373 of the Roadrunners' 498 yards of offense, His 23-yard quarterback draw gave UTSA (2-0) a 14-point lead with just over seven minutes to play. He had a 3-yard TD run and tossed a 4-yard pass to Joshua Cephus for a 17-0 lead 35 seconds before halftime.
Harris had 104 yards rushing on 17 carries and a career-high 269 in the air on 23-of-36 passing with an interception. Sincere McCormick added 98 yards rushing. Hunter Duplessis kicked his 13th straight field goal.
Self finished with 285 yards on 21-of-33 passing with Gibson making six catches for 94 yards.
The FCS Lumberjacks (0-2) elected to play a nonconference schedule after the Southland Conference decided not to compete in this fall. This was the first meeting between the two Texas programs. UTSA first-year head coach Jeff Traylor played at Stephen F. Austin in 1986-89.
The Roadrunners held the stadium capacity to 17% in the 65,000-seat Alamodome with fans required to wear face coverings.
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