Frank Wilson was fired as football coach at the University of Texas San Antonio.
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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer
Sources: Frank Wilson is out as UTSA's coach after a four-year run. The Roadrunners finished their season Saturday at 4-8. Stadium's Brett McMurphy first reported Wilson's dismissal. He finishes 19-29 at the school and 13-19 in Conference USA play. I'm hearing the team is meeting right now (or not long ago).
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