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- UTSA coach Traylor tests positive ahead of bowl
- Frisco Bowl canceled amid SMU virus concerns
- UTSA DC Nix on leave amid internal investigation
- Two C-USA games postponed due to coronavirus
Texas-San Antonio football coach Jeff Traylor has tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of the team's matchup with No. 19 Louisiana in the SERVPRO First Responder Bowl on Saturday.
SMU will end its season with a 7-3 record as the Frisco Bowl was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns within the Mustangs' program. Their opponent, UTSA, will shift to the SERVPRO First Responder Bowl.
— Sincere McCormick ran 23 times for a program-record 251 yards with two TDs to help UTSA beat North Texas 49-17 on Saturday.
UTSA defensive coordinator Tyrone Nix is on administrative leave amid an internal investigation, the school announced Saturday.
Charlotte-Middle Tennessee and UTSA-Rice, two Conference USA games, have been postponed this weekend because of COVID-19 positive tests and contact tracing protocols.
No. 4 Florida and No. 17 LSU were both upset in close battles in Week 6, but No. 1 Clemson rolled over No. 7 Miami to extend its home winning streak.
Bryson Lucero threw three touchdown passes to lead UAB to a 21-13 victory over UTSA in its Conference USA opener on Saturday.
Backup Josh Adkins threw for 233 yards and a touchdown, Sincere McCormick rushed for 82 yards and two scores, and UTSA held off Middle Tennessee 37-35 on Friday night in a Conference USA opener for both teams.
Memphis has canceled its Sept. 25 game against UTSA, saying it was "in the best interest of the health and safety of our student-athletes to make this decision now."
Frank Harris ran for two touchdowns and threw for another to lead UTSA to a 24-10 victory over Stephen F. Austin on Saturday.
Hunter Duplessis kicked a 29-yard field goal in the second overtime, Frank Harris accounted for four touchdowns, and UTSA won its season opener, beating Texas State 51-48 in a wild finish on Saturday.