SAN ANTONIO -- Frank Harris threw three touchdown passes and UTSA won the inaugural Hometown Showdown with San Antonio rival Incarnate Word, 35-7 in the season opener on Saturday.
It was the first meeting on the gridiron between the schools and the Roadrunners' seventh season-opening win in their nine seasons of existence, and their fifth win in their home opener.
Harris finished 28 of 36 for 206 yards passing with one interception and carried 15 times for 123 yards.
Copeland threw for 181 yards but the Cardinals managed just 28 yards on 20 carries on the ground.
No. 13 BYU squanders lead, rallies to beat USC 35-31
— Brigham Young isn't used to having to rally from behind, yet the 13th-ranked Cougars were able to come back after blowing a 15-point lead in the second half against Southern California on Saturday night.
UCLA runs past Cal 42-14 to wrap up 8-win regular season
— The Rose Bowl was chilly, and the crowd was fairly sparse. The UCLA Bruins still celebrated their regular season-ending victory over California to honor the seniors who persevered through their difficult four-year transformation into a winner.
Anthony Brown's 3 TDs lead Oregon to the win over rival Oregon State
Anthony Brown throws two touchdowns and runs for one, leading the Ducks to the win over the rival Beavers.
Memphis beats Tulane to become bowl eligible
Memphis quarterback Seth Henigan throws for 336 yards and three touchdowns in the Tigers' win over Tulane.
BYU converts recovered fumble into TD
USC forces Tyler Allgeier to fumble but teammate Dallin Holker recovers and runs it 22 yards to set up the touchdown from Jackson McChesney.
Greg Dulcich gets a foot in on a 29-yard TD for UCLA
UCLA extends its lead to 10 points after Greg Dulcich's impressive grab in the end zone.