Tennessee will host UTSA at Neyland Stadium on Saturday. The Roadrunners feature one of the best quarterbacks in the Group of 5 in Frank Harris, who threw for over 4,000 yards and 32 touchdowns vs. just 9 interceptions while running for 602 yards and 9 touchdowns in 2022.

Harris’s 2023 season has gotten off to a bit of a slower start, though, as he’s averaged just 211.5 yards passing through 2 games and has thrown just 2 touchdowns versus 3 interceptions. All 3 of those INTs came against Houston, just the 2nd time in his career he’s tossed more than 2 picks in a single game.

Harris was absent from the Roadrunners’ 37-29 loss to Army on Friday. And his status is up in the air for the game against the Volunteers as he is “day-to-day with turf toe,” UTSA head coach Jeff Traylor told ESPN’s Pete Thamel on Monday night.

If Harris is unavailable, Eddie Lee Marburger will get the call. Marburger, a redshirt sophomore, threw for 3 touchdowns and 239 yards against Army on Friday.

Kickoff from Neyland Stadium is set for 4 p.m. ET on the SEC Network.

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