Talk about the bargain of the century! That might be fourth-year head coach Jeff Traylor, who, if he wished, could probably be one of the hottest commodities on the coaching carousel this winter after leading UTSA to back-to-back Conference USA titles and helping the Roadrunners hit their move into the higher-rent district of the AAC at absolute top speed. Traylor, however, seems to know a good thing when he sees it, and apparently has no desire to leave San Antonio. He's taken himself off the market and secured a long-term deal in the Alamo City instead. The contract, signed late in 2021 for roughly $2.5 million annually, runs for ten years. That's just fine with Traylor, who has spent all but two years (which were at nearby Arkansas) in a now 34-year coaching career in the Lone Star state. What's wrong with staying where you're happy?
Bruce Marshall's full breakdown of UTSA's 2023 outlook, which includes how he's playing their win total, can be found below as part of SportsLine's preview of the AAC season.
2023 UTSA at a glance
- Last Year: 11-3 SU, 7-7 ATS, 8-6 O/U
- Returning starters: Offense 8; Defense 7
- Win total: 7.5 (Over -165, Under +125)
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