UTSA has the highlight of the day thus far. On a fade to the end zone that didn’t appear to have a prayer of being caught, wide receiver Josh Stewart turned in highlight-reel caliber work.
UTSA's Josh Stewart with the ridiculous one handed toe-tapper for six pic.twitter.com/CGu1aRORTA
— Gordon McGuinness (@PFF_Gordon) November 19, 2016
Nice work, young man! The coverage was about as good as it can get. Sometimes the ball rolls your way, and sometimes Josh Stewart reaches up with a gigantic mitt and snags it out of the air.
Already with what appears to be a sizable height advantage, athleticism took over and led to the highlight grab.
Texas A&M is not on cruise control the way the would have liked against the University of Texas San Antonio. The Aggies currently hold a nine-point lead nearing the halftime break.
The UTSA Road Runners aren’t a push over, though.
At 5-5, they have wins over Southern Mississippi, Mid-Tenn State and the North Texas Mean Green this season.
It appears if they are going to have any chance of winning this game, though, their game-plan should be “throw the ball to No. 80”.