SAN ANTONIO -- David Glasco II ran for two touchdowns, Eric Soza had 159 yards passing and a score, and Texas-San Antonio stayed perfect in its first Football Bowl Subdivision season Saturday, beating Texas A&M-Commerce 27-16.
Glasco scored on two short runs in the second quarter and finished with 58 yards on the ground for the Roadrunners (2-0), who led 27-3 before two late scores by the Lions (0-2). Soza hooked up with Kenny Harrison for an 8-yard touchdown in the first quarter.
Sean Ianno, who drilled a career-long 51-yard field goal with 16 seconds left to beat South Alabama in the Roadrunners' opener, made both his attempts Saturday, including a 46-yarder.
The Lions' Deric Davis threw for 175 yards and hit Garrett Smith and Tevin Godfrey for scores, but Texas A&M Commerce, a Division II program, could do nothing on the ground, managing just 16 yards rushing on 22 attempts.
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SEC Network checks into Mississippi State's spring football practice for a sneak peak at their offseason adjustments.
Kevin Weidl and Marcus Spears look at how former Ole Miss players Laquon Treadwell and Robert Nkemdiche will fit with the Vikings and Cardinals, respectively.
SEC Network's Peter Burns talks with Seattle Seahawks' 31st overall pick Germain Ifedi about the feeling of being drafted and his excitement for Seattle.
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