In Game

UTSA is a brand new program, and the fans are jumping on board as fast as they can. San Antonio built the Alamodome with the hopes of luring an NFL team to the city and never succeeded, so fans have adopted UTSA as their local football team. You’ll find the fans strongly identify with the team and even though the program hasn’t exactly been off to the best start the fans still come out in strong numbers each week filling the lower bowl of the Alamodome. The fans are extremely welcoming as well, so you’ll have no problem making friends regardless of what team you support.

One of the best things about the stadium itself is the dome, it keeps in all the crowd noise and can become deafening during key moments throughout the game. The loud crowd noise creates a very hostile environment for an opposing player and gives the Roadrunners a significant edge. The resonant acoustics of the dome create a great atmosphere that is one of the loudest in all of Conference USA.

The Alamodome was built to be an NFL stadium. As a result, the concessions among the best around. The stadium serves the usual gameday favorites but also features gourmet dogs, fajitas, a salad bar, barbecue, pizza, and Earl Campbell’s Hot Links sandwiches. Also, the stadium’s off campus location allows for alcohol sales during UTSA games, so you’ll be able to wash down your food with a cold beer.

Things to check out

San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame Tribute

The Hall of Fame features tributes to many of the greatest athletes in San Antonio’s history. Here you’ll find plaques dedicated to David Robinson, Avery Johnson, Priest Holmes, and many more. Stop by the Hall of Fame on the plaza level before heading to your seat to watch the game.

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Come & Take it Flag

Before every UTSA game, Rowdy or a special guest leads the team onto the field while carrying the “Come and Take it” flag. The motto stems from the Battle of Gonzales during the Texas Revolution and has become a rallying cry for Roadrunners fans as well.

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Rowdy Rush

Each year the freshman class rushes the field and forms a tunnel with the band to welcome the team. This great tradition does an excellent job of welcoming new students and motivates the team.

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Rowdy is the official mascot of the UTSA Roadrunners, and his origin can be traced back to 1977. Since then Rowdy has become a fan favorite entertaining the crowds all throughout the game. Keep your eyes peeled for Rowdy on the sidelines as he is sure to put a smile on your face.

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The Spirit of San Antonio

The Spirit of San Antonio band provides excellent music to accompany the action on the field. Whether it’s before the game, halftime, or during the game, the band always plays the right note to energize the crowd and give the players on the field an extra spark.

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Fight Songs

  1. Go Roadrunner, Go

    Fight Song

    Go, Roadrunners, Go!
    On to victory with all your might.
    Fight, Roadrunners, Fight!
    For the Blue and the Orange and the White.
    We fight for U-T-S-A
    Alma Mater proud and strong.
    Win, Roadrunners, Win!
    And unite in our battle song.

  2. Alma Mater

    From our hills of oak and cedar
    To the Alamo,
    Voices raised will echo
    As, in song, our praises flow.
    Hail Alma Mater!
    Through the years our loyalty will grow.
    The University of Texas
    San Antonio

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