UTSA Football adds new page to record books

It was a record-breaking day for UTSA in their 55-32 victory over Southern Miss on Saturday. Running back duo Jalen Rhodes and Jarveon Williams led the way in UTSA’s first conference win in the Wilson era, and became the first 100-yard rushing pair in school history.

Team Single-Game Records

Jalen Rhodes
Jalen Rhodes

55 Points Scored (against FBS opponent)
Previous: 52 (vs. UAB, 10/26/13)

532 Total Offensive Yards
Previous: 525 (@ Arizona, 9/3/15)

339 Rushing Yards
Previous: 299 (vs. Texas State, 11/24/12)

11.3 Offensive Yards Per Play
Previous: 8.3 (vs. CSU, 9/26/15)

9.7 Yards Per Rush
Previous: 8.2 (vs. CSU, 9/26/15)

6 Rushing Touchdowns (tie)
Previous: 6 (vs. NW Ok St, 9/22/12)

Individual Single-Game Records

Rushing Touchdowns
3 – Jalen Rhodes (tie)

Previous: 3 – multiple (most recent: Eric Soza, @ Idaho, 11/17/12)

Individual Career Records

Touchdown Receptions
8 – Kerry Thomas, Jr. (tie)

Previous: 8 – David Morgan II

Superlatives

Longest Play
92-yard Jarveon Williams rush

Previous: 87-yard Kam Jones kickoff return (@ FAU, 9/27/14)

Top 10 Longest Offensive Plays
*92-yard Jarveon Williams rush (vs. USM, 10/8/16)
85-yard Jarveon Williams rush (vs. CSU, 9/26/15)
84-yard Kam Jones rush (@ Tulsa, 11/2/13)
82-yard Soza-Kenny Bias pass (@ NMSU, 9/29/12)
*80-yard Jalen Rhodes rush (vs. USM, 10/8/16)
78-yard Jarveon Williams rush (vs. Rice, 11/21/15)
*77-yard Sturm-Josh Stewart pass (vs. USM, 10/8/16)
77-yard Evans Okotcha rush (vs. Minot State, 11/17/11)
*71-yard Sturm-Kerry Thomas Jr. pass (vs. USM, 10/8/16)
70-yard David Glasco II rush (vs. USM, 11/13/14)

What to watch for

Jarveon Williams
Jarveon Williams

Career Rushing Yards
1. 1,752 – David Glasco II (2011-14)
2. 1,746 – Jarveon Williams (2013-present)

Career Kick Return Yards
1. 989 – Kam Jones (2011-14)
2. 978 – Brett Winnegan (2015-present)

Career All-Purpose Yards
1. 3,144 – Kam Jones (2011-14)
2. 2,711 – Jarveon Williams (2013-present)

Published by

Darrell Williams

Darrell started writing about UTSA football before it was even a thing, then he took a few years off, and now he’s back.