The University of Texas at San Antonio fired coach Frank Wilson on Sunday after he compiled a 19-29 record in four seasons.

"I want to thank Coach Wilson for his efforts on behalf of the football program and the university, and for his commitment to his student-athletes," athletic director Lisa Campos said in a statement. "As only the second head coach in our history, Coach Wilson continued to build on the foundation of a young football program and we are grateful for his contributions to UTSA."

The Roadrunners finished 4-8 this season, 3-5 in Conference USA.

He took over after the 2015 season for Larry Coker, who was in charge when UTSA debuted in the FBS in 2012. Wilson took the Roadrunners to their first bowl game, the 2016 New Mexico Bowl, but won just a total of seven games in the past two seasons.

Wilson was under contract through the 2021 season.

--Field Level Media

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