Wednesday Roundup: Sturm will start, who goes bowling, and more

[Football] Dalton Sturm is slated to start at quarterback on Saturday, but Jared Johnson is likely to get some playing time as well after an impressive outing in College Station. (mySA)

[Football] Excellent Group of Five bowl eligibility recap and 11 games to watch to decide who goes bowling and who stays home. (Forgotten5)

[Football] We put out our revised C-USA bowl projections, with six conference teams bowling and UTSA heading to New Mexico, but the Independence Bowl could change everything. (RowdyReport)

[Discussion] Some good takes over on the C-USAbbs forums regarding which teams will go to which bowls. Middle Tennessee getting a late bowl to give Stockstill time to heal makes a ton of sense. Consensus looks pretty similar to what we predicted yesterday. (C-USAbbs)

[Podcast] Jared and Adrian look back on the A&M road loss and take a look around C-USA. They also preview the Charlotte game and discuss virtual reality’s impact on the future of sports. (Alamodome Audible)

[Football] UTSA remains #4 in the Underdog Dynasty C-USA Power Rankings, while UTEP falls to last. (Underdog Dynasty)

[Football] UTSA has the easiest path of three remaining C-USA teams on the bowl bubble, and C-USA was irrelevant last weekend with WKU and Louisiana Tech not playing. (Forgotten5)

[Football] Charlotte will graduate their own version of the “Original 18” as they aim for a .500 record in conference play when they travel to the Alamodome on Saturday. (The Charlotte Observer)

[Football] UTSA Athletics will be hosting a Toys for Tots drive before Saturday’s game, and Corner Store is giving away 10,000 mugs. (goUTSA)

[Basketball] UTSA continued to struggle from beyond the arc in a 78-58 loss to former Southland foe Lamar. (mySA) (goUTSA)

[C-USA] The Rivalry in Dixie will be renewed for the 48th time this weekend as Louisiana Tech travels to Southern Miss in their regular season finale before representing C-USA West in the conference championship. (Underdog Dynasty)

[C-USA] After knocking UTSA out of the conference tournament for the second straight year, WKU volleyball enters the NCAA tournament ranked #20 in the nation after winning 21 straight matches. The Hilltoppers are hoping to host the first round in Bowling Green and will find out their fate on Sunday night during the NCAA selection show on ESPNU. (WBKO)

[NFL] David Morgan continues to struggle for playing time in Minnesota and was inactive for last week’s win over Arizona. (RowdyReport)


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