With a clean bill of health outside of the expected bumps and bruises that come with a multiple overtime game, UTEP's depth chart remained unchanged heading into this week's game with Old Dominion.
The only noticeable change is along the offensive line in where Jerome Daniels started at left tackle, and John De La Rosa started at right tackle against UTSA meaning both are 100% health wise.
UTEP will continue to use the wide receiver and tight end rotation we've seen mixed with Brandon Moss, Walter Dawn, and Eddie Sinegal as the newest pieces over the past few weeks.
On the defensive side, the emergence of Justin Rogers has formed a legitimate three deep corner back rotation as Kalon Beverly is healthy, while Nik Needham continues his strong sophomore season.
Terry Juniel is back returning punts, and the Miners will still use package rotations at defensive end featuring Mike Sota and Sky Logan, and at SAM linebacker between Jayson VanHook and Silas Firstley.
UTEP and Old Dominion kickoff at 6 p.m. in UTEP's 85th homecoming game.