UTSA student Taylor Wrinkle recently posted a picture on Facebook of a new UTSA logo that he designed:
I really liked the idea for the logo, so I made some of my own:
Again, all credit for the idea goes to Taylor Wrinkle.
Leave a comment and let us know what you think of the logos.
Currently, the largest school that participates in the NCAA but has never hosted a football team is Utah Valley University with an enrollment of 32,670, with UTSA coming in right behind them at 30,395. However, there are plenty of schools who previously had football, but have since seen it disbanded, including New York University with an enrollment of 50,917.
Here is my full list of schools with over 15,000 undergrads who participate in the NCAA and have no football team:
School – Enrollment – Year Football Disbanded
New York University – 50917 – 1960s
California State University: Northridge – 36207 – 2001
California State University: Fullerton – 35590 – 1992
California State University: Long Beach – 35559 – 1991
University of Texas at Arlington – 32956 – 1985
Utah Valley University – 32670 – n/a
Boston University – 31766 – 1997
San Francisco State University – 30469 – 1995
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – 30455 – 1974
University of Texas at San Antonio – 30395 – n/a (launching program in 2011)
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis – 30383 – n/a
George Mason University – 30332 – n/a
University of California: San Diego – 28748 – 1968
University of California: Irvine – 27631 – n/a
University of Illinois at Chicago – 27309 – n/a
University of North Carolina at Charlotte – 24700 – 1948 (launching program in 2013)
DePaul University – 24008 – 1939
Metropolitan State College of Denver – 24000+ – n/a
Kennesaw State University – 23452 – n/a (launching program in 2014)
University of California: Riverside – 20746 – 1975
California State University: Los Angeles – 20619 – 1978
University of California: Santa Barbara – 20559 – n/a
California State Polytechnic University: Pomona – 20484 – 1982
City University of New York: Queens College – 20000+ – n/a
University of Texas: Pan American – 17534 – 1950
California State University: Chico – 17132 – 1997
University of California: Santa Cruz – 15825 – n/a
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For those of you who didn’t frequent the Rowdyville forums last December, I compiled all the stats from the eight scrimmages and put together a PDF and spreadsheet with cumulative stats:
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The Wilson County News broke the news last Tuesday that East Central DT Gant Kiolbassa (6-2, 265) had committed to the Roadrunners:
Much of the success the East Central Hornet football team experienced in 2010 was due to the tenacious play of its defense. And one of the driving forces of that defense was Gant Kiolbassa, a standout defensive end for East Central. Kiolbassa struck fear into the minds of his opponents this past season, and he hopes to do the same in the coming years as he competes as a member of the University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners football team.
Kiolbassa was given a grade of 40 by ESPN and was included on many preseason players-to-watch lists.
He finished the season with 82 tackles, including 23 for loss, eight sacks, two forced fumbles, one pass break-up and nine QB pressures. He was named to the Texas Sports Writer’s Association 5A All-State Third Team and the 5A All-Area Defensive Line.
I was able to confirm that he will be joining UTSA as a preferred walk-on for the 2011 season.
Check out Gant’s 2010 highlights and hudl.com profile, ESPN profile, and Rivals.com profile
Earlier this week, UTSATailgaters broke the news that Adidas had been named the official sponsor of UTSA football.
Over on Rowdyville.net, user RunnerDad posted this picture of what is believed to be the sample that Adidas submitted to UTSA for consideration.