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SMU Mustangs’ Midseason Report Card

The SMU Mustangs have reached the midway point of their season, and it hasn’t been pretty. The team has been outscored 288-39 in its six losses, and has barely looked competitive at any point in the year. So, without further adieu, here is the Mustangs’ midseason report card. Spoiler alert: very few passing grades were handed out. Photo used courtesy of washingtontimes.com. Quarterbacks...
Via AAC Football Fever
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: SMU’s Markus Kennedy currently not eligible to play this season

SMU basketball could be in some trouble this season. According to Billy Embody of Scout.com, power forward Markus Kennedy, who was an integral part of SMU’s run to the NIT final a year ago, could miss some time this season. Coach Larry Brown released a statement Monday addressing the situation: “Markus still has some work to do to meet eligibility standards for competition...
Via Pro Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bearcats vs SMU Mustangs Football Preview

Tomorrow afternoon, Cincinnati goes on the road to Southern Methodist to play the terrible Mustangs. It is hard to muster any enthusiasm for this game, if we are being quite honest. I just don’t care about SMU football. In fact, I wasn’t even going to do a preview for this game, I was going to let the podcast be the preview. Instead, here is a truncated preview of the Bearcats...
Via Bearcats Blog
7 days ago  |  Discuss

The SMU Mustangs Have a Chance Against Cincinnati

Coming off a bye, the SMU Mustangs are looking to pick up their first win on the season against a team that at one time would’ve seemed absolutely unbeatable. Photo used courtesy of collegefootball.ap.org. But now, though an SMU win would still be an upset, the Mustangs actually look like they have a fighting chance against Tommy Tuberville’s Bearcats. Cincinnati is in a stay...
Via AAC Football Fever
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Defense Must Improve for SMU to Be Competitive

For the first time since they opened up the season against Baylor, the SMU Mustangs have some positive momentum to build off of. Sure, the Mustangs’ upset bid fell short against East Carolina, but the team showed signs of life for the first time all year in the 45-24 loss. The offense finally was able to get something going, and SMU looks like it has found an answer at quarterback...
Via AAC Football Fever
15 days ago  |  Discuss

SMU Mustangs’ Offense Showing Signs of Life With QB Garrett Krstich

On a Saturday where college football was thrown into mass chaos and matchups between ranked opponents reigned supreme, the game between the East Carolina Pirates and the SMU Mustangs was largely forgotten. However, thanks in large part to the arm of Garrett Krstich, the Mustangs showed signs of life and were competitive for the first time all season. Photo used courtesy of underdogdynasty...
Via AAC Football Fever
17 days ago  |  Discuss

SMU Mustangs Face Real Possibility of Starting 0-7

The first seven games on the SMU Mustangs‘ schedule looked daunting even before the season started, when expectations for this team were quite a bit higher. But now, after getting blown out in their first three games of the season, these next four contests seem more difficult than ever. Photo used courtesy of rantsports.com. SMU has been outscored 146-12 in losses to Baylor, North...
Via AAC Football Fever
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss

SMU is Going to Give Fans Something to Cheer About Against Texas A&M--Beer

The SMU Mustangs have been good (but far from great) long enough after being a door mat for so long that fans started to believe they could win (or at least compete). This season--they suck. They can't defend (124th in points allowed). They can't score (128th). They can't run (128th) and theya are not very good at passing either (108th).They lost their head coach. With...
Via FatManWriting
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Top 10 List Of Coaches That Should Replace June Jones at SMU

Defensive coordinator Tom Mason has taken over for June Jones who according to agent Leigh Steinberg has stepped down due to “personal reasons”. June Jones has long been known to be one of the best offensive minds over the past three decades in football but after almost fully turning around the Mustang program Jones and SMU fell flat on their faces this season with an 0-2 start...
Via Universal Takeover Sports Network
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Baylor Bears vs. SMU Mustangs Betting Odds And Predictions

Betting odds and predictions for the Baylor Bears' game against the SMU Mustangs.
Via Gamedayr
August 30, 2014  |  Discuss

SMU Devastated by NCAA Tournament Snub

The SMU Mustangs and head coach Larry Brown were dealt a tough blow on Selection Sunday when the 25th ranked Mustangs were snubbed by the NCAA Tournament Committee. SMU was 23-9 with a 12-6 record in the American Athletic Conference but the bad losses proved to be too much. SMU coach Larry Brown shares his disappointment of not making the NCAA tournament. Said he feels bad for team...
Via Diehardsport
March 16, 2014  |  Discuss

COMMIT: 2015 PG Sedrick Barefield to SMU

The SMU Mustangs landed their first recruit for the 2015 class on Monday night, garnering a verbal commitment from 6′-2″ point guard Sedrick Barefield of Corona Centennial (CA). Barefield was on an official visit when he committed. Barefield is ranked the No. 50 prospect nationally in the 2015 class, on Hoopniks.com. Barefield has drawn attention on the ...
Via Hoopniks
February 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: SMU star basketball freshman Keith Frazier had grade changed to graduate high school

Keith Frazier, a freshman guard for the SMU Mustangs, is in the hot seat after a report from WFAA TV in Fort Worth alleges that the former McDonald's All-American had a failing grade changed to a passing one in order to graduate from high school.On May 29, Frazier reportedly had a failing grade in physics changed to a passing a week after Frazier had already completed his classes...
Via Bush League Chronicle
January 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: SMU Unveils New Basketball Court Design For Moody Coliseum

Moody Coliseum’s $47 million makeover is almost complete, and the SMU Mustangs will be ballin’ in style this fall. Per the school’s athletics site: The $47 million renovation and expansion of Moody Coliseum will be completed in December, so the Mustangs can host all conference games on campus. The facility will provide many new and improved features, including a renovated...
Via College Spun
September 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Deion Sanders Jr. is standing out for the SMU Mustangs

SMU Mustangs slot receiver Deion Sanders Jr stood out during the spring practice period. Sanders Jr. said that with the help of a good attitude and familiar coaching faces, he has found a way to excel. Please click here to read this story. The post Deion Sanders Jr. is standing out for the SMU Mustangs appeared first on Players View.
Via Players View
May 08, 2013  |  Discuss
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