Week in Review – 4/17/12

Football

The big news this week was the second annual UTSA Spring Game on Sunday, which was narrowly won by the offense in front of 4,736 fans at the Alamodome. Overall, I was extremely impressed with the improvement over last year’s team and I’m looking forward to seeing further improvement in the next five and a half months leading up to the 2012 season.

I’ll save my analysis for a couple write-ups I have planned for later this week, but in the meantime you can check out my thoughts and cokermania’s thoughts over on Rowdyville for a quick breakdown. You can also see some highlights and interviews in the video below.

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UTSA offers two QBs for 2013

According to IRS, an offer has gone out to Temple High School quarterback Zach Allen. The 6’3″, 185-pound prospect also has offers from Texas State, Syracuse and Eastern Illinois.

As a junior, Allen led the Temple Wildcats to a 5-2 record in district, bouncing back from a disappointing 1-7 season as a sophomore. You can see some of his junior highlights on his Hudl profile.

Earlier today, Brent Thibodeaux from BobcatReport.com tweeted that UTSA has also offered quarterback Austin Robinson from Episcopal High School in Bellaire. UTSA is the first to offer the 6’4″, 210-pound recruit.

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