SAN ANTONIO -- J'Mar Smith threw for 309 yards and a touchdown and Louisiana Tech beat UTSA 31-3 on Saturday night.
McKnight ran from short yardage for a score to cap the first drive of the game. Early in the second quarter, Bailey Hale added a 46-yard field goal and the Bulldogs were up 10-0. Dancy ran two yards for a touchdown with 1:31 to go in the half and then, following a UTSA fumble and recovery by Jordan Bradford, Hale had another chance at a field goal but missed, leaving Louisiana Tech with a 17-0 lead at halftime.
Late in the third, Smith added to the Bulldogs' advantage with a 67-yard scoring strike to a wide-open George Scott for a 24-0 lead with 5:43 left in the quarter.
Cordale Grundy threw for 191 yards and ran for another 60 yards to lead the Roadrunners (3-4, 2-1).
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