Sources tell FootballScoop this afternoon that UTSA offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Al Borges will not return.
Borges’ offense finished the season ranked 129th out of 130 teams in major college football in scoring, managing just 14.2 points per game. Their rushing offense ranked 128th, and were 119th nationally throwing the ball.
A college coaching veteran, Borges previously coordinated offenses at Portland State, Boise State, Oregon, UCLA, Cal, Indiana, Auburn, San Diego State, Michigan, and San Jose State dating back to 1986. He spent the 2017 season as an offensive analyst at Alabama before landing the UTSA offensive coordinator job heading into the 2018 season.
He’s been a finalist for the Broyles Award, given to the top assistant coach in college football, twice during his coaching career.
UTSA finished the season at 3-9 overall, and 2-6 in Conference-USA play. The Roadrunners lost defensive coordinator Pete Golding to Alabama last off season and struggled mightily on that side of the ball as well this season where they gave up over 31 points per game, ranking 87th nationally.
Three years in, Frank Wilson’s squads have went 6-7, 6-5 and 3-9 for a combined record of 15-21 as head coach.
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