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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents/Quick Facts/Credits Rosters

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PLAYERS, COACHES & STAFF The 2013 Mustangs Head Coach June Jones Assistant Coaches Support Staff

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SMU ADMINISTRATION President R. Gerald Turner University Athletic Representative Paul Rogers Director of Athletics Rick Hart

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REVIEW 2012 Statistics 2012 Game Recaps

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RECORDS Statistical Trends Scoring Records Rushing Records Passing Records Receiving Records Total Offense Records Punting & Placekicking Records Kickoff Return Records Punt Return Records Defensive Records Interception Records Team Records Opponent Records Bowl Records SMU Football Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Series Histories

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HISTORY The History of SMU Football Bowl History SMU Lettermen Mustangs By The Numbers Honored Jerseys SMU All-Americans SMU Football Greats SMU Honors Mustangs In The Pros NFL Draft History

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MEDIA Media Information Primary Media Outlets SMU Senior Staff & Head Coaches

@SMUMUSTANGS @COACHJUNEJONES @SMU_FOOTBALL

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OPPONENTS American Athletic Conference Opponent Information American Athletic Conference Composite Schedule 2013-14 Bowl Schedule

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QUICK FACTS MUSTANG QUICK FACTS Location Dallas, Texas Founded 1911 Enrollment 10,893 Nickname Mustangs Mascot Peruna IX (a Shetland pony) School Colors Red (PMS 186) & Blue (PMS 286) Conference American Athletic Conference Stadium Gerald J. Ford Stadium (32,000) President Dr. R. Gerald Turner Director of Athletics Rick Hart University Athletic Representative Paul Rogers Chair of the Athletic Council Dan Orlovsky Head Football Coach June Jones Overall Coaching Record 107-75/14 seasons SMU Coaching Record 31-34/five seasons SMU 2012 Overall Record 7-6 2012 Conference Record (C-USA) 5-3 Offensive System Run & Shoot Defensive System Multiple National Championships 3 (1935, 1981 & 1982) Conference Championships 11 (last - 1984) Bowl Appearances 15 (last - 2012 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl) All-Time Football Record 465-493-54 First Football Season 1915 Starters Returning/Lost 12/10 (6 O/6 D/2 S*)/(5 O/5 D) Letterwinners Returning/Lost 34/20

SMU COACHING STAFF Head Coach June Jones (N.Y. State Regents College) Assoc. HC/Def. Coord. Tom Mason (Eastern Washington) Assoc. HC/Offense/QBs Dan Morrison (UCLA) Asst. HC/Passing Game Coord. Hal Mumme (Tarleton) Wide Receivers Jason Phillips (Houston) Offensive Line Wes Suan (Linfield) Defensive Line Bert Hill (Auburn-Montgomery) Secondary Derrick Odum (Utah) Linebackers Eric Daniels (Hardin-Simmons) Special Teams Carlos Barocio-León (New Mexico St.) Quality Control Derrius Bell (SMU) Graduate Assistant (Offense) Timmy Chang (Hawaii) Graduate Assistant (Offense) Tommy Poynter (SMU) Graduate Assistant (Defense) Marcus Riley (Fresno St.) Graduate Assistant (Defense) David Mauer (Texas Tech) Director of Football Operations Randy Ross (St. Bernard) Asst. Director of FB Operations Steve Stigall (Texas) Director of High School Relations Tam Hollingshead (SMU) Strength & Conditioning Mel deLaura (Hawaii Pacific)

SMU ATHLETIC PUBLIC RELATIONS Sr. Assoc. A.D./Public Relations (FB SID) Brad Sutton Office 214-768-1651 Cell 214-914-8705 Director of P.R. (Asst. FB SID) Herman Hudson Office 214-768-1304 Cell 214-924-0358 Main Office 214-768-2883 Press Box Phone 214-768-7730 Website SMUMustangs.com Twitter @SMUMustangs & @SMU_Football

SMU ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT “The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is an integral part of Southern Methodist University's overall education mission and positively reflects the interests and values of the institution's students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends. The Department fosters an environment that encourages degree completion, good citizenship, character and personal growth to help support student-athletes who will become positive role models and productive members of society. The Department is committed to fiscal responsibility, gender equity, diversity, and proper sports conduct among all of its coaches, administrative staff, and student-athletes, and to maintaining high ethical standards and compliance with all NCAA, conference, federal, state and institutional rules and regulations. The athletics program is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of its student-athletes, achieving athletic success at the highest levels of intercollegiate competition, serving as a positive representative of the University and instilling a sense of pride and loyalty among its constituents.”

CREDITS The 2013 SMU Football Media Guide is a production of the SMU Athletic Public Relations Office. The guide was written and edited by Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Public Relations & Marketing Brad Sutton and Media Relations Assistant Zach Balside. Additional editing provided by Director of Public Relations Herman Hudson, Assistant Director Travis Chamblee, Victoria Bove and Kelsey Wolfe. All layout and design by Grant Hawkins Design.

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Steve Blum, Jim Bradley, Vladimir Cherry, Joe Collins, The Dallas Morning News, Raff Frano, Michael C. Hebert, Tim Heitman, Hillsman Jackson, Travis Johnston, Linda Kaye, James Laughead, Jim Midgett, Gene Nunn, Rivals.com, Jody Shervanick, Rick Smith, Phil Stephens, Peter Waters, John Yates, Kathy Young

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SMU ALPHABETICAL ROSTER SMU NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 18 20 20 21 22 22 23 24 25 25 26 27 27 28 29 29 30

Name Pos. Arrius Holleman WR Chris Parks DB Deion Sanders, Jr. WR Jonathan Yenga LB Cedric Lancaster WR Kevin Pope LB Jeremy Gray DB Collin Lagasse WR/RB Kyle Guinyard WR Randall Joyner LB Stephen Nelson WR Elie Nabushosi DL Der’rikk Thompson WR Jay Scott DB Ronnell Sims RB Horace Richardson DB Ryan Walker WR Austin Kent QB Ajee Montes DB Garrett Gilbert QB Jarrett Spencer DE Neal Burcham QB Daniel Roundtree DB Ty Law DB Garrett Krstich QB Trey Washington DB Jeremy Johnson WR Rodney Hubert DB Conner Preston QB Ben Sellers LB Kolney Cassel QB Blake Poston DB Darius Joseph WR J’Marcus Rhodes DB Nate Halverson WR A.J. Justice DB Kenneth Acker DB Hayden Greenbauer DB Jared Williams RB Stephon Sanders LB J.R. Richardson DB Nick Horton LB K.C. Nlemchi RB Troy Castle DB Myles Crosby DB Aaron Stafford WR Shakiel Randolph DB Prescott Line RB Darrion Richardson DB Tanner Rice RB

No. 21 56 94 85 46 71 41 12 40 17 26 74 77 55 49 27 82 45 45 62 84 93 11 72 4 22 5 20 52 1 91 76 81 86 25 42 15 50 15 18 5 20 10 14 4 3 52 13 99 29 99 31

Name Pos. Kenneth Acker DB Thomas Ashcraft OL Beau Barnes DL Marcos Barrientos WR John Bordano LB Chauncey Briggs OL Anthony Buffini WR Neal Burcham QB Carlos Carroll LB Kolney Cassel QB Troy Castle DB Christian Chamagua OL Daniel Chaparro K Spencer Conley DL Brian Cramer DL Myles Crosby DB Everett Dickerson WR Dylan Dickman RB Alex Faoro K Travis Fister OL Jeremiah Gaines WR Mason Gentry DL Garrett Gilbert QB Ben Gottschalk OL Jeremy Gray DB Hayden Greenbauer DB Kyle Guinyard WR Nate Halverson WR Brandon Henderson LB Arrius Holleman WR Spencer Hollie DL Christian Holloway OL Keenan Holman WR Marcus Holyfield WR Nick Horton LB Chase Hover K Rodney Hubert DB Ben Hughes OL Jeremy Johnson WR Darius Joseph WR Randall Joyner LB A.J. Justice DB Austin Kent QB Garrett Krstich QB Collin Lagasse WR/RB Cedric Lancaster WR Taylor Lasecki C Ty Law DB Justin Lawler DL Prescott Line RB Mike Loftus P/K Derek Longoria LB

Ht. 6-0 6-5 6-5 6-0 6-2 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-6 5-10 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-7 6-4 6-5 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-6 6-3 5-11 5-8 6-3 5-10 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-2

Wt. 195 315 241 180 235 295 185 207 213 205 200 295 185 257 268 205 205 220 197 270 235 255 223 293 195 205 205 178 233 220 310 277 185 195 215 185 165 291 179 195 236 202 220 216 197 165 296 180 240 233 200 230

Class-Exp. Hometown (High School/Last School) SR-3L Portland, Ore. (Grant) SR-TR Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill/Texas) JR-2L Friendswood, Texas (Friendswood) SO-TR Dallas, Texas (Prestonwood/North Dakota) JR-SQ New Braunfels, Texas (New Braunfels) FR-RS West Bloomfield, Mich. (West Bloomfield) FR-RS Escondido, Calif. (Christian Life Academy) FR-RS Greenbrier, Ark. (Greenbrier) FR-HS Tuscon, Ariz. (Salpointe) FR-HS Yakima, Washington (Eisenhower) SO-SQ Gig Harbor, Wash. (Gig Harbor) FR-RS Manvel, Texas (Manvel) FR-RS Dallas, Texas (North Dallas) SO-SQ Salt Lake City, Utah (Judge Memorial) FR-HS Round Rock, Texas (Stony Point) FR-HS Colleyville, Texas (Heritage) FR-HS Atlanta, Texas (Atlanta) FR-RS McKinney, Texas (Boyd) FR-RS Ft. Worth, Texas (Arlington Heights) FR-HS Tuscon, Ariz. (Salpointe) FR-HS Red Oak, Texas (Red Oak) FR-HS Plano, Texas (Plano West) SR-1L Austin, Texas (Lake Travis/Texas) SR-3L Sherman Oaks, Calif. (Notre Dame) SR-3L Ashburn, Va. (Briar Woods) JR-1L San Antonio, Texas (Tom C. Clark) JR-SQ Ennis, Texas (Ennis) FR-HS Portland, Ore. (Grant) SR-3L Abilene, Texas (Cooper) SO-SQ Lubbock, Texas (Monterey) FR-HS Dublin, Calif. (Dublin) FR-RS Torrance, Calif. (Bishop Montgomery) SR-3L Beaumont, Texas (Central) SR-SQ Honolulu, Hawaii (Mid-Pacific) FR-HS Garland, Texas (Garland) SR-2L Plano, Texas (West/Blinn J.C.) SO-SQ Brenham, Texas (Brenham) JR-1L Sugar Land, Texas (Fort Bend Austin) SR-2L Tyler, Texas (John Tyler) SO-1L Abilene, Texas (Abilene) SR-3L Carrollton, Texas (Newman Smith) FR-RS Houston, Texas (Stratford) FR-RS Happy Valley, Ore. (Lake Oswego) SO-SQ Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon) FR-RS Austin, Texas (Lake Travis) FR-HS Houston, Texas (Lamar) SO-1L Frisco, Texas (Frisco) FR-HS Orlando, Fla. (Lake Highland Prep) FR-HS Pottsboro, Texas (Pottsboro) FR-RS Oxford, Mich. (Oxford) JR-2L Anaheim, Calif. (Servite) SO-1L Brownwood, Texas (Brownwood)

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Name Daniel McCarty Andy McCleneghen Christian Miller Jordan Miller Zelt Minor Ajee Montes Jesse Montgomery Seaver Myers Elie Nabushosi Stephen Nelson K.C. Nlemchi Uchenna Nwabuike Chris Parks Kevin Pope Blake Poston Conner Preston Jarvis Pruitt Cody Rademacher Shakiel Randolph Nick Reed Taylor Reich J’Marcus Rhodes Sam Rice Tanner Rice Lincoln Richard Darrion Richardson Horace Richardson J.R. Richardson Gareth Riley-Ayers Daniel Roundtree Jerry Saena Deion Sanders, Jr. Stephon Sanders Jay Scott Robert Seals Luke Seeker Ben Sellers Traylon Shead Ronnell Sims Cameron Smith Jarrett Spencer Aaron Stafford Daijuan Stewart JaBryce Taylor Der’rikk Thompson Adam Waheed Ryan Walker Chase Walling Trey Washington Kris Weeks Jared Williams Rishaad Wimbley Zach Wood Darrian Wright Jonathan Yenga

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Wt. 285 262 275 222 275 187 175 290 262 185 220 233 190 225 180 193 252 185 201 296 305 180 287 228 225 195 190 182 276 195 270 180 250 210 225 186 220 230 190 248 255 165 165 205 190 185 195 286 160 310 195 260 258 280 215

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Class-Exp. Hometown (High School) FR-HS San Antonio, Texas (Alamo Heights) SO-1L Plano, Texas (The Highlands School) JR-SQ Aledo, Texas (Aledo) JR-SQ Marietta, Ga. (Holy Episcopal) FR-HS Houston, Texas (Lamar) FR-RS La Puente, Calif. (Bishop Amat) FR-HS Dallas, Texas (Madison) FR-RS Friendswood, Texas (Friendswood) FR-RS Frisco, Texas (Heritage) JR-SQ Beaverton, Ore. (Beaverton) SO-SQ Katy, Texas (Cinco Ranch) JR-1L Missouri City, Texas (Hightower) SR-3L Conroe, Texas (Conroe) SR-2L Mt. Enterprise, Texas (Mt. Enterprise) SO-1L Dallas, Texas (Highland Park) SO-SQ Gardena, Calif. (Junipero Serra) FR-RS Houston, Texas (Stratford) SO-TR Austin, Texas (Westlake) SO-1L Waco, Texas (Midway) FR-RS Texarkana, Texas (Pleasant Grove) SO-SQ San Diego, Calif. (Westview) FR-HS Orange, Texas (West Orange-Stark) SO-1L Coppell, Texas (Coppell) SO-TR Coppell, Texas (Coppell/Air Force) FR-RS Everman, Texas (Everman) FR-HS Delray Beach, Fla. (American Heritage) FR-RS Everman, Texas (Everman) SO-1L Baton Rouge, La. (Central) SO-1L Atlanta, Ga. (Westminster) SR-1L Norwalk, Calif. (American Heritage/Cerritos) FR-HS Pago Pago, American Samoa (Fa’asao Marist) FR-HS Atlanta, Ga. (Atlanta Sports Academy) JR-2L Mesquite, Texas (Horn) SR-3L Houston, Texas (Strake Jesuit) SO-1L Pearland, Texas (Dawson) SO-1L Austin, Texas (St. Michael’s) SO-SQ Pensacola Beach, Fla. (Pensacola) JR-TR Cayuga, Texas (Navarro/Texas/Cayuga) SO-SQ Abilene, Texas (Abilene) SO-1L Austin, Texas (McNeil) SO-SQ Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall) SO-SQ Fort Worth, Texas (Paschal) FR-RS Baldwin, La. (West Saint Mary) FR-HS Lufkin, Texas (Lufkin) JR-2L Troup, Texas (Troup) JR-JC Commack, N.Y. (Suffolk C.C./Commack) SR-1L Southlake, Texas (Southlake Carroll) FR-RS Dallas, Texas (Lake Highlands) FR-HS Gilmer, Texas (Gilmer) SO-1L Sachse, Texas (Sachse) SO-1L Bradenton, Fla. (Southeast) JR-2L Forney, Texas (Forney) SO-1L Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett) JR-2L Dayton, Texas (Dayton) SO-1L Euless, Texas (Trinity)

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Derek Longoria Lincoln Richard Rishaad Wimbley Jarvis Pruitt Traylon Shead Uchenna Nwabuike Luke Seeker Cody Rademacher Carlos Carroll Anthony Buffini Chase Hover Adam Waheed Dylan Dickman Alex Faoro John Bordano Brian Cramer Ben Hughes Brandon Henderson Taylor Lasecki Darrian Wright Spencer Conley Thomas Ashcraft Jordan Miller Taylor Reich Christian Miller Travis Fister Sam Rice Gareth Riley-Ayers Daniel McCarty Chase Walling Chauncey Briggs Ben Gottschalk Christian Chamagua Kris Weeks Christian Holloway Daniel Chaparro Jerry Saena Seaver Myers Keenan Holman Everett Dickerson JaBryce Taylor Jeremiah Gaines Marcos Barrientos Marcus Holyfield Daijuan Stewart Jesse Montgomery Zach Wood Spencer Hollie Zelt Minor Mason Gentry Beau Barnes Andy McCleneghen Cameron Smith Nick Reed Robert Seals Justin Lawler Mike Loftus

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MEET THE MUSTANGS 21 - KENNETH ACKER

56 - THOMAS ASHCRAFT

DB - 6-0 - 195 - SR-3L PORTLAND, ORE. (GRANT)

OL - 6-5 - 315 - SR-TR CEDAR HILL, TEXAS (CEDAR HILL/TEXAS)

Named to the Jim Thorpe Award Watch List... A pre-season All-Conference pick by Athlon Sports; Junior (2012): Named second-team All-Conference USA... Started all 13 games… Led the team with 12 PBUs and tied for team lead with three interceptions… Named Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 10… Had two interceptions and scored two touchdowns - one on an interception return and one on a blocked field goal try - against SFA… Also had an interception in the win against Houston... Notched 50 tackles including two TFL… Returned six punts for 84 yards... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; Sophomore (2011): Started all 13 games at corner... Recorded 63 tackles, 49 solo, including one tackle for loss... Notched six stops in SMU’s bowl win… Had an interception against Navy... Tallied four pass breakups on the season... Made a career-high eight solo tackles versus UCF... Equaled career-high in total tackles in a game with eight against Rice… Had two kick returns for 25 yards; Freshman (2010): Played in eight games… Returned kickoffs in five of the last six games… Totaled 13 returns for 315 yards on the year… Had a season-long return of 62 yards in the Marshall win; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit… Ranked as the sixth-best player in the state of Oregon by Scout… Lined up at quarterback, slot receiver, outside receiver, cornerback, punt and kick returner, and kicker at various points as a prep… Generated nearly 3,000 all-purpose yards and 40 touchdowns as a senior… Had 11 kickoff/punt returns for touchdowns and four pick-sixes on the season (six interceptions overall)… Became the first player to be named both the Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year by the Portland Interscholastic League - and did so twice (2008 and 2009)... Also named first-team All-State Class 6A at defensive back and second team at quarterback… Was a first-team All-State point guard as a junior… Had five scholarship offers including one from Hawaii; Personal: Attended the same high school as SMU Coach June Jones… Brother, Karl, was a wide receiver at LSU.

Earned his undergraduate degree from Texas in December and will be immediately eligible at SMU; Junior (2012 at Texas): Played all 13 games, seeing time as a reserve offensive lineman and on special teams; Sophomore (2011 at Texas): Played in 12 games primarily on special teams... Saw time on offense in four games, including games against Rice, UCLA, Kansas and Texas Tech... Served on the PAT/FG unit; Freshman (2010 at Texas): Appeared in 11 games... Played in three games along the offensive line and all 11 on special teams; 2009: Redshirted; Prep: A prep All-American and two-time all-state selection... Played in the 2009 Under Armour All-America Game... A member of Rivals' top 250 and ESPNU's top 150 national prospects... Rated as the fifth-best guard prospect in the nation by ESPNU... Started at left tackle and guard for a Cedar Hill team that went 36-6 in his final three seasons... Helped Cedar Hill to a perfect 16-0 season and the 2006 5A Div. II state championship as a sophomore... A threetime letterman in powerlifting and two-time letterman in track and field... Also lettered in basketball as a junior; Personal: Born in Mesquite, Texas ... Earned his bachelor's degree in corporate communication from Texas in Dec. 2012.

94 - BEAU BARNES DL - 6-5 - 241 - JR-2L FRIENDSWOOD, TEXAS (FRIENDSWOOD) Sophomore (2012): Played in 11 games, making one start... Had 16 tackles, one sack, two TFL and two quarterback hurries... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; Freshman (2011): Played in seven games, making five tackles... Had a half-sack in SMU’s bowl win… Recorded a season-high two tackles against Tulane; 2010: Redshirted; Prep: An all-district selection, a first-team all-region recipient and an honorable mention all-state selection as a senior… Held an offer from Air Force.

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85 - MARCOS BARRIENTOS

41 - ANTHONY BUFFINI

WR - 6-0 - 180 - SO-TR DALLAS, TEXAS (PRESTONWOOD ACADEMY/NORTH DAKOTA)

WR - 6-0 - 185 - FR-RS ESCONDIDO, CALIF. (CHRISTIAN LIFE ACADEMY)

2012: Sat out per NCAA transfer rules; Freshman (2011 at North Dakota): Did not see game action; Prep: A 2011 graduate of Prestonwood Christian Academy… Earned All-District honors as a senior… Posted 32 receptions for 611 yards and three touchdowns during final prep season … Returned three kickoffs and three punts for touchdowns as well … Defensively, registered 123 tackles, four interceptions and three sacks … Also lettered four years in soccer as a goalkeeper; Personal: Son of Marco and Carla Barrientos.

46 - JOHN BORDANO LB - 6-2 - 235 - JR-SQ NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS (NEW BRAUNFELS) Sophomore (2012): Saw time in four games, making three tackles; Freshman (2011): Saw action against Northwestern State; 2010: Redshirted; Prep: A threestar Rivals.com recruit... Ranked as the 38th-best inside linebacker in the nation by Scouts, Inc.... Notched 197 tackles with 16 TFL as a senior en route to Comal County and Greater San Antonio Defensive Player of the Year honors... Had 161 tackles as a sophomore and added 94 stops as a junior... Honorable Mention All-State honoree from the Associated Press as a junior... Two-time first team All-District 26-5A pick and All-CenTex pick by the Austin American-Statesman... Nephew of SMU All-Southwest Conference and NFL linebacker Chris Bordano... Chose SMU over Arkansas, Baylor, Kansas, Oklahoma, Rice, Stanford, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and Tulsa.

71 - CHAUNCEY BRIGGS OL - 6-5 - 295 - FR-RS WEST BLOOMFIELD, MICH. (WEST BLOOMFIELD) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A two-star Rivals and Scout prospect... Named to the Detroit Free Press' Blue-chip List and Dream Team... Also named All-Area and All-Oakland County... A dominant offensive lineman who notched nine sacks on defense... Had interest from Michigan, Michigan State and Purdue.

2012: Redshirted; Prep: Named Citrus League Player of the Year as a senior... A two-year football letterman and a four-year basketball letterwinner; Personal: Son of Beverly and Brian Buffini... The oldest of five children.

12 - NEAL BURCHAM QB - 6-3 - 207 - FR-RS GREENBRIER, ARK. (GREENBRIER) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A four-star ESPN recruit and three-star Rivals prospect… Put up a tremendous performance at the Elite 11 Showcase, earning camp MVP honors… Named the No. 20 QB in the nation by ESPN... Ranked by Rivals as the ninth-best player in Arkansas… Named the 5A West Player of the Year and earned All-Conference and All-State honors… Recovering from a torn ACL injury suffered during the final regular season game… Passed for 3,409 yards and 35 touchdowns as a junior, leading Greenbrier to the quarterfinal round of the 5A state playoffs… Had offers from Cincinnati, UAB and Arkansas State… Also played basketball and ran track.

40 - CARLOS CARROLL LB - 6-3 - 213 - FR-HS TUCSON, ARIZONA (SALPOINTE) Prep: A three-star ESPN.com and 247sports.com recruit and a two-star Rivals. com and Scout.com prospect... Named All-West Region by PrepStar… Notched 94 tackles (58 solo, 36 assisted) with 10 quarterback sacks in 2012… Named first-team All-State… Also tabbed All-Section and All-City… Also lettered in baseball… Turned down offers from San Diego State and Air Force among others… Team went 12-2 in 2012.

17 - KOLNEY CASSEL QB - 6-2 - 205 - FR-HS YAKIMA, WASH. (EISENHOWER) Prep: A three-star Rivals.com and 247sports.com prospect... A two-star Scout. com recruit… Named All-West Region by PrepStar… Limited to five games in 2012 due to an injury… Completed 98-of-178 pass attempts for 1,448 yards and 19 touchdowns in 2012… Completed 155 of 265 attempts in 2011 for 2,697 yards, 27 TDs and just six picks… Finished sixth in Big 9 League in total offense despite getting hurt in fifth game… A two-time first-team All-Big 9 pick… Also named first-team All-Columbia Basin and first-team All-Conference.

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26 - TROY CASTLE

49 - BRIAN CRAMER

DB - 6-0 - 200 - SO-SQ GIG HARBOR, WASH. (GIG HARBOR)

DL - 6-4 - 268 - FR-HS ROUND ROCK, TEXAS (STONY POINT)

Freshman (2012): Did not see game action; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: Amassed 1,800 total yards and 22 total touchdowns in 2010...Selected as the quarterback for the All-District Team as a senior...Led his district in total yards...Recorded 600 yards receiving and eight touchdowns as a junior...Selected as a wide receiver to the All-District Team.

74 - CHRISTIAN CHAMAGUA

Arrived on the Hilltop in January 2013; Prep: A three-star Scout prospect… Notched 40 tackles, three sacks and a fumble recovery in 2011… A former quarterback who converted to play defensive line… Named to Preseason All-Central Texas team prior to his senior season… Also had interest from Wake Forest.

27 - MYLES CROSBY DB - 6-4 - 205 - FR-HS COLLEYVILLE, TEXAS (HERITAGE)

OL - 6-6 - 295 - FR-RS MANVEL, TEXAS (MANVEL) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A two-star Rivals and Scout prospect… Helped Manvel to an extraordinary season, going 15-1 and finishing as state runners-up… Notched 25 pancake blocks and 34 knockdown blocks while grading out at 88 percent by coaches… Named All-District… Had offers from Wyoming and UTEP.

77 - DANIEL CHAPARRO K - 5-10 - 185 - FR-RS DALLAS, TEXAS (NORTH DALLAS)

Prep: A two-star Rivals.com, 247sports.com and Scout.com prospect... Ranked the state’s No. 9 safety by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football… Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Became one of the youngest stars in the modeling industry at age 17, posing in Calvin Klein ads for jeans, underwear and the Euphoria fragrance… Has graced the pages of Esquire, GQ and Vanity Fair, to name a few.

82 - EVERETT DICKERSON WR - 6-0 - 205 - FR-HS ATLANTA, TEXAS (ATLANTA)

2012: Redshirted; Prep: A two-year letterman at North Dallas… Earned first-team All-District honors as a punter… Named a North Dallas Scholar Athlete… Also lettered in golf; Personal: Son of Nancy Rodriguez and Enrique Chaparro… Has two siblings, Luis and Gerardo.

55 - SPENCER CONLEY DL - 6-4 - 257 - SO-SQ SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (JUDGE MEMORIAL)

Prep: A three-star Rivals.com, ESPN.com and 247sports.com prospect... A twostar Scout.com recruit… Ranked the nation’s No. 40 running back by ESPN… Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Named first-team All-District 13-3A at safety and running back… Was the 2011 District 13-3A Special Teams Player of the Year… Also named All-Northeast Texas… Also lettered in track… Chose SMU over an offer from Memphis.

45 - DYLAN DICKMAN

Freshman (2012): Played in five games... Notched three tackles, including 1.5 TFL... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: Named all-region… Earned Judge Memorial’s Scholar-Athlete award in football; Personal: Son of Lisa Pineiro and Brian Conley.

RB - 6-0 - 220 - FR-RS MCKINNEY, TEXAS (BOYD) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A two-year letterwinner... 2011 First-team All-District wide receiver in Texas District 10-5A.

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45 - ALEX FAORO

11 - GARRETT GILBERT

K - 5-11 - 197 - FR-RS FT. WORTH, TEXAS (ARLINGTON HEIGHTS)

QB - 6-4 - 223 - SR-1L AUSTIN, TEXAS (LAKE TRAVIS/TEXAS)

2012: Redshirted; Prep: A three-year letterwinner... Also lettered in soccer... First-team All-District kicker... Also named District Defensive MVP and first-team linebacker... A team captain... Had 32 touchbacks on 44 kickoffs and was 39-of41 on PATs in 2011... Added 87 solo tackles, 38 assists, 22 tackles for-loss and three interceptions; Personal: Son of Paula Hahn and Anthony Faoro... Has two siblings, Greg and Kirstin.

62 - TRAVIS FISTER OL - 6-3 - 270 - FR-HS TUCSON, ARIZONA (SALPOINTE)

Junior (2012): Started all 13 games... Season totals ranked in SMU’s all-time top-10 in passing TDs, passing yardage, total offense, pass completions and pass attempts… Had 3,278 all-purpose yards, 2,932 coming in the air... Passed for 15 TDs and rushed for another eight... Set a new career-high with four TD throws in SMU’s win over Houston, and passed for a career-high 353 passing yards and rushed for two TDs as SMU topped Memphis… Posted a 37-yard run in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl and connected with Austin Fuller on a 67-yard pass play… Against Southern Miss, accounted for three TDs and 343 yards of total offense… Rushed for a career-high 111 yards including a career-long 74-yard TD run in the win against Tulsa... Team posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others... Arrived on the Hilltop after three years at Texas… Earned an undergraduate degree at UT, allowing him to play immediately at SMU; 2011 (at UT): Started the first two

Prep: A three-star Scout.com and 247sports.com recruit… A two-star Rivals. com prospect and a member of the ArizonaVarsity 2012 Big-30... Named AllWest Region by PrepStar… Did not allow a sack in 2012… Named first-team All-State by numerous outlets… Also tabbed first-team All-Section and first-team All-City… Earned first-team Academic All-State honors as well… Team went 12-2 and reached the state semifinals.

84 - JEREMIAH GAINES WR - 6-2 - 235 - FR-HS RED OAK, TEXAS (RED OAK) Prep: A three-star Rivals.com, ESPN.com, 247sports.com and Scout.com prospect... Ranked the nation’s No. 11 prep tight end/H-back by ESPN… Ranked the state’s No. 3 wide receiver by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football… Rated the No. 87 player in Texas by Rivals… Named first-team All-District 15-4A and the District Co-MVP… Had 30 receptions for 641 yards and seven TDs in 2012… Added 63 carries for 649 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns… Had 32 catches for 738 yards and seven TDs as a junior…Turned down offers from Arizona State, Cal, Iowa, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Purdue, Syracuse, TCU, Texas Tech, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest and Washington State among others… Also lettered in basketball.

93 - MASON GENTRY DL - 6-7 - 255 - FR-HS PLANO, TEXAS (PLANO WEST) Prep: A three-star 247sports.com recruit and a two-star Rivals.com prospect... Notched 49 tackles (36 solo, 13 assisted) with two tackles-for-loss, nine QB pressures and there sacks in 2012… Named first-team All-District 10-5A… Also lettered in baseball… Had an offer from Purdue. Garrett Gilbert

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games before suffering a shoulder injury against BYU… Awarded a medical redshirt… Threw for 239 yards and one TD in season-opener against Rice, his 11th 200-yard passing game; Sophomore (2010 at UT): Started all 12 games at quarterback... Named second team Academic All-Big 12... Completed 260 of 441 passes (59.0%) for 2,744 yards (No. 7 on the UT single-season list) with 10 TDs... His 260 completions rank fifth on the UT single-season list and his 441 attempts are third... Also rushed for 380 yards and five TDs on 100 carries for a total of 3,124 yards (No. 6 on the UT single-season list)... Logged one 300-yard passing game and 10 200-yard passing games for the season... Amassed 283 yards of total offense against UCLA, completing 30 of 45 passes (66.7%) for 264 yards and one TD, and rushing nine times for 19 yards... Completed 27 of 41 passes (65.9%) for 266 yards against No. 8 Oklahoma... Carried nine times for a career-high 93 yards and completed 32 of 59 passes for 272 yards and one TD at Kansas State... Set a school record with his 59 pass attempts against the Wildcats; Freshman (2009 at UT): Appeared in 10 games at quarterback... Completed 30 of 66 passes for 310 yards and two TDs... Replaced an injured Colt McCoy after five plays in the BCS Championship game versus No. 1 Alabama... Threw for 162 yards and two TDs in the second half, with his 44-yard TD pass near the end of the third quarter and 28-yard TD connection midway through the fourth bringing UT within three at 24-21 with 6:15 left to play... Completed 7 of 8 passes for 64 yards on the nine-play, 65-yard TD drive; Prep: Gatorade and Parade National Player of the Year... Tabbed EA Sports Mr. Football USA... Also named USA Today's Offensive Player of the Year... Became the first Texan to earn the Gatorade award... Played in the 2009 Under Armour All-America Game... Three-year starter who finished his high school career as Texas' all-time leader in passing yards (12,540) and ranks second in state history in passing TDs (138), completions (895) and attempts (1,368)... Also holds state single-season records in completions (360), attempts (556) and passing yards (4,851), and ranks third on the single-season TD passes list (55)... Rated as the second-best quarterback and 11th-best prospect on ESPNU's top 150 national list... Ranked as the 18th-best prospect nationally on Rivals' top 100 list... Tabbed the state's best quarterback and a first-team All-Texas selection by Dave Campbell's Texas Football... Led Lake Travis to a 39-4 record (20-0 in district play) and back-to-back state titles as a starter... Ended his high school career on a 30-game winning streak... Went 895 of 1,368 (65.4%) for 12,540 yards and 138 TDs (27 INTs), and rushed for 1,424 yards and 32 TDs during his career... Voted first team 4A All-State, and the state's Offensive MVP by the Associated Press and the Texas Sports Writers Association as a senior... Tabbed Dave Campbell's Texas Football's Mr. Texas Football and earned 4A, Region IV and District 25-4A MVP honors... Led the Cavaliers to a perfect 16-0 record and a second consecutive state championship... Completed 301 of 435 passes (69.2%) for 4,851 yards, 55 TDs and only six INTs... Threw for 300+ yards and four or more TDs seven times... Also rushed 113 times for 774 yards (6.8 ypc) and 23 TDs... Went 26 of 37 for 356 yards and five TDs, while rushing for 85 yards and two scores, in the state championship game... Tabbed first team 4A All-State by the TSWA and second team All-State by the Associated Press as a junior... An EA Sports Elite 11 selection as one of the nation's top junior quarterbacks... Led Lake Travis to the first state title in school history... Connected on 360 of 556 (64.7%) pass attempts for 4,827 yards and 52 TDs (12 INTs)... The 4,827 yards rank second on the state of Texas' single-season list... Threw for 300+ yards nine times... Posted four or more TD passes in seven games, including a seven-TD performance against Beeville in the playoffs... Averaged 320 yards passing per game and threw 23 TDs compared to just two INTs in the playoffs... Also notched 96 carries for 400 yards and six TDs... Tabbed 4A Newcomer of the Year and district MVP as a sophomore... Completed 234 of 377 (62.1%) passes for 2,862 yards and 31 TDs (nine INTs)... Also tallied 65 carries for 250 yards and three TDs… A second-team Academic All-State selection by the Texas High School Coaches Association and a fourtime academic all-district performer; Personal: Born in Buffalo, N.Y.... Moved to San Diego, Calif., at age three before moving to Austin in 1996... Father, Gale, played eight seasons in the NFL with the Seahawks, Bills and Chargers, and is the only player in NFL history to be a member of five straight Super Bowl teams (Bills 4, Chargers 1)... A three-year starter at California (1980-85), Gale ranks fifth on the school's all-time passing list (6,566 yards)... Uncle, Gary, played on the offensive line at Oregon (1984-88).

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72 - BEN GOTTSCHALK OL - 6-5 - 293 - SR-3L SHERMAN OAKS, CALIF. (NOTRE DAME) Junior (2012): Started 12 games... Team posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others... Blocked for C-USA Offensive Player of the Year Zach Line; Sophomore (2011): Played in all 13 games on the field goal and PAT teams; Freshman (2010): Saw game action in 10 contests; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com and Scout.com recruit… Ranked as the 94th-best player in California and the 14th-best center in the nation by Rivals… First team All-CIF Pac-5 Division selection… Serra League Most Valuable Lineman… 2008 GSP Super All-State Underclass Team member… Also had offers from Kansas, Colorado State, Iowa State, Nevada and UNLV among others.

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4 - JEREMY GRAY DB - 5-11 - 195 - SR-3L ASHBURN, VA. (BRIAR WOODS) Junior (2012): Played in all 13 games, making the start against No. 15 TCU... Had 10 tackles... Had a 62-yard interception return in the win over Southern Miss... Forced a fumble against TCU... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; Sophomore (2011): Saw action in 11 games on special teams; Freshman (2010): Saw time in the final nine games of the season; 2009: Redshirted; Prep: Three-year letterman at Briar Woods High School... Named all-district and all-region as a senior after intercepting seven passes and returning two kickoffs for touchdowns... Also lettered in basketball; Personal: Son of Jerry and Sherry Gray... Has one sibling, Jayden… A sports management major.

Hayden Greenbauer

5 - KYLE GUINYARD WR - 5-11 - 205 - JR-SQ ENNIS, TEXAS (ENNIS) Freshman & Sophomore (2011-12): Did not see game action; 2010: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com and Scout.com recruit... Ranked as the 80th-best wide receiver in the nation by Rivals... Caught 23 passes for 383 yards and five TDs in three games as a senior before suffering a torn ACL... Hauled in 110 passes for 1,751 yards and 20 scores as a junior... A Texas Football Magazine second-team Texas Super Team pick... Also had offers from Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Texas Tech, Tulsa and UTEP.

Jeremy Gray

22 - HAYDEN GREENBAUER DB - 6-0 - 205 - JR-1L SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS (TOM C. CLARK)

20 - NATE HALVERSON WR - 5-11 - 178 - FR-HS PORTLAND, ORE. (GRANT)

Sophomore (2012): Played in all 13 games, making the start in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl... Had a pick-six in the win over Fresno State, returning the ball 83 yards for a score… Notched 27 tackles including a half-TFL... Forced fumbles in the wins over Southern Miss and SFA... Had a career-high 10 tackles and two pass breakups in the win over Tulsa... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; Freshman (2011): Saw time in four games on special teams; 2010: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit… Rushed for 1,482 yards and 20 TDs on 228 carries, and threw for 790 yards and nine scores as a senior... Totaled 3,591 rushing yards, 51 rushing touchdowns, 2,421 passing yards and 28 passing touchdowns for his prep career… District 28-5A Offensive MVP… Member of the San Antonio Express-News’ All-Region Team and a second-team All-State pick by the Associated Press… A Texas Football Magazine Texas Top 300 selection… As a junior, was tabbed All-State by Texas5AFootball.com… Also ran track.

Enrolled at SMU in January 2013; Prep: A two-star Rivals.com, 247sports.com and Scout.com prospect... Ranked as the No. 9 player in Oregon by Scout… Named All-West Region by PrepStar… Notched 21 carries for 109 yards and five TDs as a running back and 54 receptions for 1,113 receiving yards and 13 TDs as a wideout… On defense, recorded 29 tackles (23 solo), two interceptions and 93 interception return yards… Also returned kicks - four punts for 70 yards and two kickoffs for 82 yards… Named All-State on offense and defense by the Oregon Coaches Association and was first-team All-City… Also named Team MVP... Also lettered in track and basketball… Chose SMU over an offer from Oregon State.

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52 - BRANDON HENDERSON LB - 6-2 - 233 - SR-3L ABILENE, TEXAS (COOPER)

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Del Rey League Lineman of the Year… Only played two seasons of high school football… Had 12 sacks and five forced fumbles as a junior… Also played basketball and volleyball.

81 - KEENAN HOLMAN

Junior (2012): Saw time in all 13 games... Had four tackles including one sack and two TFL... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; 2011: Redshirted; Sophomore (2010): Played in four games; Freshman (2009): Played in 12 games as a true freshman, mostly on special teams… Had two tackles at TCU; Prep: A three-star Scout.com prospect… Ranked as the nation’s No. 54 defensive end by Scout… A two-star Rivals.com prospect… Had 101 tackles, 12 for loss, two interceptions and five sacks in 13 games as a senior… A first-team all-district and Big Country honoree.

1 - ARRIUS HOLLEMAN WR - 6-3 - 220 - SO-SQ LUBBOCK, TEXAS (MONTEREY)

WR - 6-1 - 185 - SR-3L BEAUMONT, TEXAS (CENTRAL) Junior (2012): Played in 12 games, earning six starts... Had 25 receptions for 311 yards and two scores... Recorded a career-long 43-yard TD grab in the win over Houston... Had a career-high five catches for 88 yards and one TD in the win over SFA... Team posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others; Sophomore (2011): Played in 10 games with four starts… Hauled in five passes for 108 yards and a touchdown… Had a career-high 43 yards on two receptions versus UTEP… Scored on a 27-yard catch at Texas A&M; Freshman (2010): Played in 12 games with three starts... Caught nine passes for 102 yards and a touchdown… Hauled in three passes for 36 yards in the Armed Forces Bowl against Army… Scored on a 15-yard touchdown reception at East Carolina; Prep: A two-star Rivals.com recruit… Caught 25 passes for 333 yards and five scores as a senior… A second-team All-District 20-4A pick and a member of the Port Arthur News SuperGold Team… Also played basketball and ran track.

Freshman (2012): Saw time in four games; 2011: Saw action in two games before suffering an injury… Awarded a medical redshirt… Recorded his first career reception for a six-yard gain versus Northwestern State; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com and FoxSports.com recruit… Named to MaxPreps.com’s Texas Top 300… Ranked as the No. 115 player in the state by Scout… Had 36 catches for 748 yards and seven TDs as a senior… Named all-city, all-district, all-area, AllSouth Plains and All-West Texas… Caught 34 passes for 557 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior… Chose SMU over offers from Texas Tech, Houston, UTEP and Rice.

91 - SPENCER HOLLIE DL - 6-4 - 310 - FR-HS DUBLIN, CALIF. (DUBLIN) Prep: A three-star 247sports.com recruit and a two-star Rivals.com and Scout. com prospect... Notched over 35 tackles and tallied 15 sacks in 2012... Named first-team All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League and a first-team scholar-athlete… Selected to play in the South Bay BMW West Coast Bowl… Named League Defensive Lineman of the Year… Also lettered in basketball, helping Dublin to its first league title in 40 years; Personal: Father, Doug, is a former SMU standout who played in the NFL.

76 - CHRISTIAN HOLLOWAY OL - 6-5 - 277 - FR-RS TORRANCE, CALIF. (BISHOP MONTGOMERY) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals recruit… Registered 65 tackles, 13 sacks and one interception during his senior season… Team Captain… An All-CIF performer… Named to the South Bay All-Area Team and was tabbed

Keenan Holman

86 - MARCUS HOLYFIELD WR - 6-1 - 195 - SR-SQ HONOLULU, HAWAII (MID-PACIFIC) Junior (2012): Did not see game action for the football team, but got in three games as a member of SMU’s basketball squad; Sophomore (2011): Did not see game action; Freshman (2010): Played in the Armed Forces Bowl against Army; 2009: Redshirted; Prep: Played at Mid-Pacific High School...Also lettered in basketball; Personal: Son of Anthony and Nobuko...Has two siblings, Anthony and Lucion.

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15 - RODNEY HUBERT

LB - 6-3 - 215 - FR-HS GARLAND, TEXAS (GARLAND)

DB - 5-11 - 165 - SO-SQ BRENHAM, TEXAS (BRENHAM)

Prep: A two-star Rivals.com, 247sports.com and Scout.com prospect... Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Missed most of his senior season with an injury… Had 52 tackles and five sacks as a junior.

42 - CHASE HOVER K - 6-2 - 185 - SR-2L PLANO, TEXAS (WEST/BLINN J.C.)

Freshman (2012): Did not see game action; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit... Selected to PrepStar Magazine's All-Midlands Region Team... Named to MaxPreps.com's Texas Top 300... Named All-District after notching 26 tackles, three interceptions and 12 pass breakups as a senior... Racked up 80 tackles, two interceptions and six pass breakups as a junior... Runs a 4.48 40... Ranked as the nation's No. 85 corner by ESPN.com... Also ran track... Chose SMU over Colorado State and others.

50 - BEN HUGHES

Junior (2012): Played in all 13 games... Led the team in scoring with 101 points, the fifth-highest single-season total in school history... Was 47-of-49 on PATs... Tied the SMU record by kicking four field goals in a game, including a careerlong 52-yarder, at Tulane... Hit three field goals and was 5-of-5 on PATs, tying his career-high with 14 points in the win over Memphis... His 48-yarder in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl tied the school bowl record… His 18 made field goals on the year tied the SMU single-season record; Sophomore (2011): Played in 11 games on the field goal and PAT teams… Was 8-10 on field goal attempts, including 8 of 9 from under 40 yards… Converted 38 of 40 PATs… Kicked a season-long 34yard field goal at TCU; Freshman (2010 at Blinn College): Ranked No. 7 in the nation in NJCAA scoring/kicking in 2010... Three-time SWJCFC Special Teams Player of the Week... A member of the 2009 NJCAA National Championship team.

OL - 6-4 - 291 - JR-1L SUGAR LAND, TEXAS (FORT BEND AUSTIN) Sophomore (2012): Played in four games, making starts against Tulsa and Fresno State... Team posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others... Blocked for C-USA Offensive Player of the Year Zach Line; 2011: Redshirted; Freshman (2010): Played in nine games; Prep: Grayshirted and enrolled at SMU in January 2010… A threestar Scout.com prospect… Ranked as the nation’s No. 6 center by Scout… A two-star Rivals.com prospect… Held offers from Syracuse, Houston, Southern Miss, UCF and Rice… Ranked as the No. 22 center in the nation by Rivals and No. 30 by ESPN.com… TSWA First Team All-State and a Texas Top-300 pick… Named All-Houston by TexasPrepInsider.com… Two-time all-district honoree… Team captain and MVP… Notched 27 pancake blocks in 2008… Also tabbed academic all-state; Personal: A history major.

15 - JEREMY JOHNSON WR - 6-0 - 179 - SR-2L TYLER, TEXAS (JOHN TYLER)

Chase Hover

A pre-season All-Conference pick by Athlon Sports; Junior (2012): Named All-Conference USA honorable mention... Played in all 13 games, making 12 starts... Led the Mustangs with 67 grabs for 679 yards and three TDs… Had 11 catches for 106 yards and a TD at Tulane… Had a co-team-high eight receptions and team-high 97 receiving yards against Southern Miss... Notched nine catches for 94 yards and a score against Houston... Team posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others; Sophomore (2011): Played in 10 games, making one start… Caught 16 balls for 146 yards and a touchdown… In first career start at TCU, put up career highs in receptions (six) and yards (69), and caught the game-winning touchdown in overtime; Freshman (2010): Played in five games… Caught a pass at Rice; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit… EastTexSports’s Texas 5A Player of The Year… MaxPreps’ District 11-5A MVP… Ran for over 1,900 yards, passed for over 1,800 yards and totaled 40 touchdowns in 2009… Honorable mention all-state choice… As a junior, notched 953 yards and eight TDs on 146 rushing attempts, and threw for 1,230 yards and 10 scores… Also played baseball and 2013 SMU FOOTBALL  PAGE 11


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ran track… Had offers from Baylor, Rice and TCU; Personal: Cousin, Brittany Gilliam, played basketball at SMU.

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with 14 tackles and two interceptions at UTEP… Named the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 8 for his play in El Paso, where SMU shutout UTEP... Notched 12 tackles at Rice… Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; Sophomore (2011): Played in all 13 games… Notched 43 tackles, including 2.5 TFL, and forced a fumble… Also recovered two fumbles… Made a career-high 12 stops at Tulsa; Freshman (2010): Played in all 14 games… Had six tackles… Added two solo tackles at Rice; Prep: A two-star Rivals.com recruit… District 10-4A MVP… A three-year starter… Picked up 1,462 yards and 24 TDs on the ground on less than 200 carries… Caught 12 passes for 134 yards and a score… Notched 60 tackles, nine pass breakups and an area-best six interceptions on defense; Personal: Majoring in sports management.

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18 - DARIUS JOSEPH WR - 6-0 - 195 - SO-1L ABILENE, TEXAS (ABILENE)

20 - A.J. JUSTICE DB - 6-2 - 202 - FR-RS HOUSTON, TEXAS (STRATFORD)

Freshman (2012): Played in 10 games... Had seven receptions for 70 yards... Scored his first career TD at Tulane... Team posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others; 2011: Received a medical redshirt after appearing in one game; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com and ESPN.com recruit… As a senior, totaled 460 receiving yards and five touchdowns on offense, and 50 tackles and two interceptions on defense... An All-District 3-5A selection… High school teammate of fellow SMU signee Ronnell Sims… Also played basketball and ran track.

2012: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star ESPN, Rivals and Scout prospect… Rated the 64th-best player in Texas by Scout… Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Spearheaded Stratford’s playoff win over Willis with a pick-six and a forced fumble… Had 97 tackles on the year with three picks… First team All-District… Turned down offers from Rice, UAB and Virginia… Also lettered in basketball and track; Personal: Father played college basketball at Navy.

10 - AUSTIN KENT 5 - RANDALL JOYNER LB - 5-10 - 236 - SR-3L CARROLLTON, TEXAS (NEWMAN SMITH) A pre-season All-Conference pick by Athlon Sports; Junior (2012): Named to the C-USA All-Academic team... Played in all 13 games, making eight starts... Ranked second on the team and 17th in the league with 93 tackles… Tied for the team lead with three interceptions... Had two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries… Had three TFL, five pass breakups and a QBH... Set career-highs

QB - 6-6 - 220 - SO-JC PORTLAND, ORE. (LAKE OSWEGO/LANEY CC) Freshman (2012 at Laney CC): Threw for 651 yards and eight touchdowns in one season at Laney; Prep: Led Lake Oswego to the Oregon 6A state semifinals in 2010, going 10-3 overall on the season… Named First Team All-League during his senior season… Earned Oregon/Washington Player of the Week honors… Chosen the quarterback MVP of Schuman's National Underclassmen Combine regional camp in Los Angeles and won an invitation to the national camp in Oklahoma in the summer of 2009… Graduated with honor roll recognition.

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14 - GARRETT KRSTICH QB - 6-3 - 216 - SO-SQ CARLSBAD, CALIF. (LA COSTA CANYON) Freshman (2012): Did not see game action; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: Threw for 1,964 yards and 27 touchdowns on 157 completions in 2010...Named 2010 North County Times All League Offensive Player of the Year...Selected to the 2010 North County Times All North County First Team...Won 2008 CIF Championship with La Costa Canyon...Team was four-time league champions.

4 - COLLIN LA LAGASSE WR/RB - 5-11 - 197 - FR-RS AUSTIN, TEXAS (LAKE TRAVIS)

Taylor Lasecki

13 - TY LAW DB - 5-10 - 180 - FR-HS ORLANDO, FLA. (LAKE HIGHLAND PREP)

2012: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals and Scout prospect… First team All-State by the Padilla Poll… Named All-State by TheOldCoach.com… MVP of the State Championship game, compiling 209 total yards and scoring the gameclinching touchdown late in the fourth quarter... Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Played quarterback, running back, receiver and defensive back… Rushed for 862 yards, caught 39 passes for 433 yards and scored 20 total touchdowns… Had offers from Rice, Duke and Army… Two-time first team AllDistrict performer… All-CenTex Utility Player of the Year… Also played football, baseball, basketball and track, and competed in power lifting.

3 - CEDRIC LANCASTER WR - 5-8 - 165 - FR-HS HOUSTON, TEXAS (LAMAR) Prep: A three-star Rivals.com, ESPN.com and 247sports.com prospect... A twostar Scout.com recruit… Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Notched seven interceptions in 2012… Had 138 receiving yards and one TD… Returned 11 punts for 153 yards and eight kickoffs for 268 yards… Named first-team AllDistrict and first-team All-Houston Area… Also tabbed to the Greater Houston Top 100 by the Houston Chronicle… Chose SMU over offers from Colorado State and Houston… Also lettered in track… Team went 15-1 in 2012.

52 - TAYLOR LASECKI C - 6-3 - 296 - SO-1L FRISCO, TEXAS (FRISCO) Named to the Rimington Award Watch List; Freshman (2012): Named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team... Started all 13 games... Team posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others... Blocked for C-USA Offensive Player of the Year Zach Line; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit… Named first-team all-district and secondteam All-Collin County… Ranked No. 91 on the Dallas Morning News’ All-Area list… Also competed in powerlifting, track and baseball.

Arrived on the Hilltop in January 2013; Prep: A three-star Rivals and Scout prospect… Rated the nation’s No. 52 corner by ESPN... Ranked No. 54 on the Orlando Sentinel’s Central Florida Super60… Had two picks - one returned for a TD - and two punt return TDs... Had offers from West Virginia, N.C. State, Washington State and Memphis, among others.

99 - JUSTIN LAWLER DL - 6-4 - 240 - FR-HS POTTSBORO, TEXAS POTTSBORO Prep: A two-star Rivals.com, 247sports.com and Scout.com prospect... Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Had 13 sacks, 28 tackles for loss in 2012… Totaled 124 total tackles with two blocked punts, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery… Added 44 catches for 719 yards and 11 touchdowns on offense… A two-time District MVP… First-team 2A All-State selection and the AllState Defensive MVP (Associated Press)… Also lettered in basketball, baseball, powerlifting and track.

29 - PRESCOTT LINE RB - 6-0 - 233 - FR-RS OXFORD, MICH. (OXFORD) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A PARADE All-American… Named Mr. Football in Michigan… A three-star Rivals and Scout prospect… Featured in “Faces in the Crowd” in the Jan. 30, 2012 issue of Sports Illustrated… Named to the Detroit Free Press’ “Dream Team”… The younger brother of All-Conference running back Zach Line… Ranked as the nation’s No. 55 linebacker prospect… Named All-Midwest Region by PrepStar… A state champion wrestler, going 25-0 as a junior… Averaged over 200 yards rushing per game… Excelled at running back and linebacker, setting a school and league record with 2,454 rushing yards… Totaled 37 TDs in 2011… Notched 128 tackles as a senior, averaging 14 tackles per game… Led Oxford to a win in week two, rushing for 230 yards and five touchdowns on offense and tallying 15 tackles, a sack and an interception on defense… The 30th ranked player in the state of Michigan.

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67 - DANIEL M Mc cCARTY

P/K - 6-1 - 200 - JR-2L ANAHEIM, CALIF. (SERVITE)

OL - 6-4 - 285 - FR-HS SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS (ALAMO HEIGHTS)

Named to the Ray Guy Award Watch List; Sophomore (2012): Named AllConference USA honorable mention... Played in all 13 games... Tied for third in C-USA in punting average in league games with a 43.95-yard average… Had just two touchbacks on 47 punts… On 37 punts in C-USA games, had nine punts of 50+ yards and two 62-yard bombs; Freshman (2011): Played in all 13 games on the kickoff team… Averaged 64.5 yards per kickoff on 62 attempts, totaling 3,999 yards… Recorded 13 touchbacks… Scored his first career point on a PAT at Houston; 2010: Redshirted; Prep: Selected for USA Football’s Junior National Team and helped the squad to the Gold medal at the eight-nation, four-continent 2009 International Federation of American Football Junior World Championship in Canton, Ohio... A three-star Scout.com prospect and a two-star Rivals.com prospect… Ranked as the No. 6 kicker in the nation by Scout, No. 8 by ESPN. com, No. 9 by Chris Sailer Kicking and No. 17 by Rivals… Connected on five of eight field goal attempts with a long of 43 yards in 2007; Personal: Majoring in economics.

Prep: A three-star 247sports.com and ESPN.com recruit and a two-star Rivals. com and Scout.com prospect... Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Had 47 pancake blocks in 2012 and did not allow a sack… Named second-team AllState (Associated Press) and first-team All-District 27-4A… Rated the No. 37 guard in country by ESPN.com… Also lettered in track.

95 - ANDY M Mc cCLENEGHEN DL - 6-6 - 262 - SO-1L PLANO, TEXAS (THE HIGHLANDS SCHOOL) Freshman (2012): Saw time in 10 games, making two tackles… Had one TFL… Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: Selected to the 2010 TAPPS 3A AllState team as a defensive end and tight end... Named to the 2010-11 3A All-State second team in basketball... Also lettered in soccer, baseball, tennis and golf.

60 - CHRISTIAN MILLER OL - 6-4 - 275 - JR-SQ ALEDO, TEXAS (ALEDO) Sophomore (2012): Saw time in the win over SFA; Freshman (2011): Did not see game action; 2010: Redshirted; Prep: A two-star Rivals.com and Scout.com prospect... Held an offer from Utah. Mike Loftus

31 - DEREK LONGORIA

57 - JORDAN MILLER LB - 6-3 - 222 - JR-SQ MARIETTA, GA. (HOLY EPISCOPAL)

LB - 6-2 - 230 - SO-1L BROWNWOOD, TEXAS (BROWNWOOD) Freshman (2012): Played in eight games... Notched two tackles, including 0.5 TFL, and a QBH... Recovered a fumble in the win over Tulsa… Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs… Grayshirted and enrolled at SMU in January 2012; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit… Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Midlands Region Team… Had 115 tackles and three interception returns for touchdowns as a senior… Also rushed for three scores… Named Academic All-District 5-3A and to the All-Big Country Super Team… A two-way player in high school, rushing for 500 yards and intercepting three passes as a junior… A preseason All-State pick by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football… Averaged 41.8 yards as Brownwood’s punter… A 2010 Class 3A second-team All-State selection.

Freshman & Sophomore (2011 & 2012): Did not see game action; 2010: Redshirted; Prep: A two-time All-Region performer at Holy Episcopal.

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Tech, Rice, Utah and several others… Rated the 67th-best overall player in the state of Texas and the No. 59 offensive lineman in the nation… Also threw the shot and discus, and played baseball.

7 - ELIE NABUSHOSI

Prep: A three-star Rivals.com, ESPN.com and 247sports.com prospect... A twostar Scout.com recruit… Rated as the nation’s No. 30 strongside defensive end and the No. 84 player in Texas by Rivals… Ranked the state’s No. 9 defensive end by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football… A two-time first-team All-District selection… Named first-team 5A All-State by TheOldCoach.com… Named first-team All-Greater Houston by the Houston Chronicle… Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Notched 73 tackles, 28.5 sacks and 38 tackles for-loss in 2012… Scored two defensive touchdowns amd blocked two punts… Anchored a defense that held 11 (of 16) opponents to fewer than 14 points… Had offers from Texas Tech, Utah and Washington State among others.

DL - 6-4 - 262 - FR-RS FRISCO, TEXAS (HERITAGE) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star ESPN and Scout prospect… Notched 88 tackles, six sacks, 12 hurries, three fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles on defense, and scored two touchdowns on offense… Named first-team AllDistrict and ranked in the top 100 in DFW by the Dallas Morning News… Also played basketball and ran track… Personal: Born in the Congo; came to the U.S. at age six.

10 - AJEE MONTES

6 - STEPHEN NELSON

DB - 5-11 - 187 - FR-RS LA PUENTE, CALIF. (BISHOP AMAT)

WR - 6-0 - 185 - JR-SQ BEAVERTON, ORE. (BEAVERTON)

2012: Redshirted; Prep: A two-star Rivals and Scout prospect… Three-star player by 247Sports which ranks him as a top-100 corner… Notched 27 tackles as a senior… First-team All-League... Named to the California Top-100 Team... Earned an invite to the Cal State All-Star Game... Also had an offer from New Mexico.

Sophomore (2012): Saw time in two games; 2011: Redshirted… Missed the season with a foot injury; Freshman (2010): Saw game time in four contests; Prep: Named to both the offensive and defensive All-League teams in the Metro League… Selected for the Les Schwab All-Star game, playing with current SMU teammate Kenneth Acker… Posted a 3.98 GPA and was a part of the National Honor Society.

89 - JESSE MONTGOMERY 25 - K.C. NLEMCHI

DB - 6-3 - 175 - FR-HS DALLAS, TX (MADISON) Prep: Named Honorable Mention All-State in 2012 and second-team All-District in 2011… Also lettered in track, earning All-District honors and qualifying for the state meet… Notched 28 solo tackles, 15 pass breakups and four picks in 2012… Added two receiving touchdowns on offense… Chose SMU over an offer from New Mexico; Personal: Father, Alton Montgomery, played for the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons.

79 - SEAVER MYERS OL - 6-6 - 290 - FR-RS FRIENDSWOOD, TEXAS (FRIENDSWOOD)

RB - 6-1 - 220 - SO-SQ KATY, TEXAS (CINCO RANCH) Freshman (2012): Saw time in three games; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A threestar Rivals.com, ESPN.com and FoxSports.com recruit… Rated by Rivals as the No. 36 running back in the nation and the 78th-best player overall in Texas… Named All-America by PrepStar Magazine… Named one of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s five 5A “Money Players” and the preseason Offensive MVP… Ranked as the No. 102 player in the state by Scout… Named to MaxPreps.com’s Texas Top 300… Rushed for over 1,200 yards and 18 touchdowns and added two receiving touchdowns as a senior… Carried 284 times for 2,388 yards and 28 touchdowns as a junior… A 2009 APSE and TexasFootball.com Class 5A first-team All-State selection… Named the 2009 Houston Offensive Player of the Year by the Houston Chronicle… Chose SMU over offers from Arkansas, Tulsa, Tulane and Utah.

2012: Saw time at Baylor, but suffered a hand injury in the game and missed the remainder of the season… Was awarded a medical redshirt; Prep: A threestar ESPN, Rivals and Scout prospect… The 77th ranked player in the state of Texas… Named third-team All-State by TheOldCoach.com… Named All-District, All-Galveston County and All-Houston Area… Tabbed a Texas Top 100 prospect by the Houston Chronicle… Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Turned down offers from Texas A&M, Colorado, Houston, Iowa State, Louisville, Louisiana 2013 SMU FOOTBALL  PAGE 15


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35 - UCHENNA NWABUIKE LB - 6-1 - 233 - JR-1L MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS (HIGHTOWER) Sophomore (2012): Sat out the season; Freshman (2011): Saw time in nine games... Notched eight stops and one sack on the year... Had a career-high four tackles against Northwestern State in his first game action for SMU; 2010: Redshirted; Prep: A two-star Rivals.com and Scout.com recruit... A two-year starter... Named to MaxPreps' All-District 23-5A Second Team... Preseason second-team All-State... Team Defensive MVP... A first-team All-District pick as a junior... Also played soccer and competed in track... Selected to play in the post-season Bayou Bowl... Also took an official visit to Colorado.

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two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; Sophomore (2011): Played in all 13 games… Had 40 tackles including one sack for a loss of 10 yards… Had one pass breakup… Notched a career-high 11 tackles at Tulsa and added five stops in the Compass Bowl win; Freshman (2010): Played against UAB, carrying three times for six yards; Prep: A three-star Scouts, Inc. recruit… Was averaging over 180 all-purpose yards a game in 2009 until suffering a torn ACL… In eight games, rushed for 1,401 yards and 17 TDs while adding 76 tackles and a 39.6-yard punting average… District 19-1A Offensive MVP… First team All-District 19-1A… Rushed for 1,700 yards and 25 TDs as a junior en route to District MVP and honorable mention All-State accolades… Had four other scholarship offers.

1 - CHRIS PARKS DB - 6-1 - 190 - SR-3L CONROE, TEXAS (CONROE) Junior (2012): Saw time in all 13 games, making 12 starts... Had 48 tackles and seven pass breakups... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; Sophomore (2011): Saw action in all 13 games on special teams… Had nine tackles… Recovered a fumble for a touchdown at TCU, turning the momentum in SMU’s favor; Freshman (2010): Played in eight games… Had a punt return in the Armed Forces Bowl against Army; Prep: A three-star Scout.com recruit… First-team All-District 14-5A… Had 19 tackles, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries in 2009.

Kevin Pope

17 - BLAKE POSTON DB - 5-9 - 180 - SO-1L DALLAS, TEXAS (HIGHLAND PARK) Freshman (2012): Played in nine games, notching three tackles... Forced a fumble against Texas A&M... Returned seven punts for a total of 34 yards... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: Selected to the 2010 all-state, all-area and all-district teams as a cornerback... Made 10 interceptions, returning three for touchdowns as a senior... Also recorded 60 tackles, deflected 17 passes and blocked five kicks in 2010.

16 - CONNER PRESTON Chris Parks

QB - 6-0 - 193 - SO-SQ GARDENA, CALIF. (JUNIPERO SERRA)

3 - KEVIN POPE LB - 5-10 - 225 - SR-2L MT. ENTERPRISE, TEXAS (MT. ENTERPRISE) Junior (2012): Played in all 13 games, earning one start... Notched 20 tackles... Recovered a team-high three fumbles and forced one... Scored a TD on a 20-yard fumble return in the win over Houston... Part of an SMU defense that posted

Freshman (2012): Played in three games... Had five completions for 127 yards and a score... Threw a 40-yard TD pass at Baylor; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit… Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-West Region Team… Compiled 29-1 record as a starting quarterback at Junipero Serra… Led the state with over 3,500 passing yards and 42 touchdowns, earning first-team All-State and All-CIF honors… Ranked as the No. 2 quarterback and No. 13 player overall in the state by CaliHiSports.com… Guided his team to an undefeated 15-0 season in 2009, throwing for 44 touchdowns… Maintained a 4.3 GPA…

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The 2010 Mission League Offensive MVP… Threw for over 2,000 yards as a sophomore… Also played baseball… Chose SMU over offers from Colorado, Maryland, Cincinnati and others.

34 - JARVIS PRUITT LB - 6-3 - 252 - FR-RS HOUSTON, TEXAS (STRATFORD) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A two-star Rivals prospect… Rated the nation’s No. 66 weak-side defensive end by 247Sports… Named first-team All-District… Notched 90 tackles, including 20 for-loss, and four sacks... Also had offers from Colorado and New Mexico.

36 - CODY RADEMACHER K - 5-10 - 185 - SO-TR AUSTIN, TEXAS (WESTLAKE/AIR FORCE)

Shakiel Randolph

97 - NICK REED DL - 6-1 - 296 - FR-RS TEXARKANA, TEXAS (PLEASANT GROVE) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A two-star Rivals and Scout prospect…Notched 10 tackles - six for-loss - and a sack in just four games despite being limited by an injured foot… A two-time All-District selection… Turned down an offer from Arkansas State… Also played baseball and basketball.

2012: Sat out the season per NCAA rules after departing Air Force in the fall of 2011; Freshman (2010 at Air Force): Did not see game action; Prep: Named first-team All-District and third-team All-Central Texas... Also tabbed honorable mention All-State... Drilled a 31-yard field goal in overtime of the Texas 5A State Title Game at the Alamodome in San Antonio.

28 - SHAKIEL RANDOLPH DB - 6-5 - 201 - SO-1L WACO, TEXAS (MIDWAY) Freshman (2012): Named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team... Played in eight games, making six starts... Had 17 tackles and four pass breakups... Recovered fumbles in the win over Memphis and at UCF... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; Prep: A three-star ESPN, Rivals and Scout prospect… Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Named honorable mention all-state… Ranked as the nation’s No. 74 safety by Scout… Notched 71 tackles, two interceptions and two forced fumbles as a senior… A two-time all-district pick… Team captain… Two-time Super Centex… Named District Sophomore of the Year in 2009… Two-time academic all-state… Turned down offers from New Mexico and Southern Miss… A two-year basketball letterwinner and three-year track letterman… Three-time regional qualifier in the triple jump and 2011 UIL State Bronze Medalist in the triple jump.

58 - TAYLOR REICH OL - 6-7 - 305 - SO-SQ SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (WESTVIEW) Freshman (2012): Missed the year with a leg injury; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star FoxSports.com recruit... Named second team All-Palomar League in 2010... A 2009 All-Valley League Honorable Mention selection... Named Westview's Lineman of the Year... Chose SMU over offers from Nevada and UTEP.

18 - J'MARCUS RHODES DB - 6-0 - 180 - FR-HS ORANGE, TEXAS (WEST ORANGE-STARK) Prep: A three-star 247sports.com recruit and a two-star Rivals.com and Scout. com prospect... Caught 33 passes for 898 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2012… The all-time leading wide receiver in school history.

64 - SAM RICE OL - 6-4 - 287 - SO-1L COPPELL, TEXAS (COPPELL) Freshman (2012): Played in all 13 games... Saw most of his time on field goal tries and PATs; Prep: A three-star ESPN and Scout prospect… Notched 31 pancake blocks in 2011… A three-time all-district selection... Also wrestled in high school… Had offers from Duke, Memphis and UTEP; Personal: The son of Doug Rice, SMU football letterwinner (1984-86), and brother of current Mustang Tanner Rice.

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30 - TANNER RICE

24 - J.R. RICHARDSON

RB - 6-2 - 228 - SO-TR COPPELL, TEXAS (COPPELL/AIR FORCE)

DB - 5-9 - 182 - SO-1L BATON ROUGE, LA. (CENTRAL)

2012: Sat out the season per NCAA transfer rulers and redshirted; Freshman (2011): Was enrolled at Air Force; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com prospect... Named All-Area by the Dallas Morning News... Tabbed All-District by TheOldCoach.com; Personal: The son of Doug Rice, SMU football letterwinner (198486), and brother of current Mustang Sam Rice.

32 - LINCOLN RICHARD LB - 6-3 - 225 - FR-RS EVERMAN, TEXAS (EVERMAN) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star ESPN, Rivals and Scout prospect… The 95th-rated player in Texas and the 67th-rated linebacker in the country… Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Named first-team All-District… Notched six receptions for 88 yards and a TD on offense and 44 tackles and two sacks on defense… Had offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Houston, North Texas and UTEP… Also played basketball and ran track.

29 - DARRION RICHARDSON DB - 6-0 - 195 - FR-HS DELRAY BEACH, FLA. (AMERICAN HERITAGE SCHOOL) Prep: A three-star ESPN.com and 247sports.com recruit and a two-star Rivals. com and Scout.com prospect... Posted three interceptions as a junior while limited with an ankle injury… Turned down offers from Cincinnati and others.

9 - HORACE RICHARDSON DB - 6-0 - 190 - FR-RS EVERMAN, TEXAS (EVERMAN)

2012: Redshirted… Missed the season with a knee injury; Freshman (2011): Had 26 kick returns on the season... Averaged 21.3 yards per return - a total of 553 yards... Set a season-long with a 54-yard return at Houston; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit... Named first team All-State, All-District and District Defensive MVP in 2010... Also tabbed All-Metro... One of six finalists for the Warrick Dunn Award, given annually to the top prep athlete in Louisiana... A four-time All-District selection... Chosen All-District at three spots - defensive back, kick returner and athlete... Invited to play in two post-season all-star games - the Red Stick Bowl and the Who's The Man Bowl... Tallied 62 tackles, eight TFL and five interceptions during his senior season... Also ran for 262 yards and four scores on 44 carries... Recorded 43 tackles, one sack, two interceptions and two blocked punts as a junior... One of four MVPs at the New Orleans Combine, running a camp-best 4.35 40... Also ran track... Chose SMU over offers from Michigan, Minnesota, Colorado, Cincinnati, Marshall and others.

66 - GARETH RILEY-AYERS DL - 5-11 - 276 - SO-1L ATLANTA, GA. (WESTMINSTER) Freshman (2012): Played in six games... Had four tackles, including one sack; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: Played on both the offensive and defensive lines for the Westminster WildCats; Personal: A political science major.

12 - DANIEL ROUNDTREE DB - 6-2 - 195 - SR-1L NORWALK, CALIF. (CERRITOS/EL CAMINO/AMERICAN HERITAGE) Junior (2012): Saw time in six games, making one tackle; Sophomore (2011 at Cerritos): Helped Cerritos to the So-Cal Championship game... Notched 46 stops, with four for-loss, and one interception; Freshman (2009 & 2010 at El Camino College): Redshirted in 2010 with an injury after recording 15 tackles (11 solo) and picking off a pass in 2009; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit... All-State Honorable Mention selection as a senior, notching 85 tackles with seven pass break-ups and two interceptions.

2012: Saw time against Texas A&M, but suffered a knee injury in the game and missed the remainder of the season… Was awarded a medical redshirt; Prep: A three-star Rivals prospect… Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Played corner, running back and receiver... Ran for over 200 yards in his first start... Had 43 carries for 443 yards and five TDs on the year and added five more receiving TDs… Returned kicks and posted a 29.5 ypr average with a long of 67 yards… Notched 35 tackles on defense en route to first-team All-District honors… Also named District 7-4A Utility Player of the Year… Also lettered in basketball and track… A member of the National Honor Society.

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78 - JERRY SAENA OL - 6-5 - 270 - FR-HS PAGO PAGO, AMERICAN SAMOA (FA'ASAO MARIST) Chose SMU over offers from Houston and Hawaii.

2 - DEION SANDERS, JR. WR - 5-7 - 180 - FR-HS ATLANTA, GA. (ATLANTA SPORTS ACADEMY) Enrolled at SMU in January 2013; Prep: Spent one season at Atlanta Sports Academy, a prep school… Had three picks in 2012 at ASA… Was a three-star Scout.com recruit as a high school senior… A two-star Rivals.com, 247sports. com and Scout.com prospect in 2013... Invited to play corner in the Under Armour All-American Bowl in 2012… Played both wideout and corner in high school… Also lettered in track… Had an offer from Houston as a prep senior; Personal: Father Deion Sanders, Sr., played football and baseball at Florida State, played baseball professionally with the Cincinnati Reds, Atlanta Braves, San Francisco Giants and New York Yankees, and played football professionally with the Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens.

23 - STEPHON SANDERS LB - 6-3 - 250 - JR-2L MESQUITE, TEXAS (HORN) Sophomore (2012): Played in all 13 games, making 12 starts... Has 48 tackles on the season, including 5.5 TFL... Had a pick six, returning the ball 36 yards, in the win over Houston... Notched five pass breakups... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs… Awarded the No. 23 by coaches, given annually to a deserving student-athlete on the SMU football team to honor Jerry LeVias, the first African-American scholarship recipient in the SWC; Freshman (2011): Played in 12 games, making five starts late in the year… Had 26 tackles, including 5.5 for loss and three sacks… Had two pass breakups in the regular season finale… Had a season-high five stops and a sack in his first career start against Tulane… Notched a spectacular interception in the BBVA Compass Bowl win; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com, ESPN.com and FoxSports.com recruit… Rated by Rivals as the No. 36 defensive end in the nation… Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Midlands Region Team and TheOldCoach.com’s All-Area squad… Named to MaxPreps.com’s Texas Top 300… Ranked No. 64 on the Dallas Morning News’ Area Top 100 list… Registered 77 tackles (53 solo), 11 tackles for loss and four sacks during his senior season… As a junior, recorded 57 tackles, 3.5 sacks, three pass breakups and a forced fumble… A two-time all-district selection… Named academic all-state... Also played baseball and basketball... Held 15 offers, including ones from Arkansas, Duke, Houston, Iowa State, Kansas, Utah, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Wake Forest.

Stephon Sanders

8 - JAY SCOTT DB - 6-1 - 210 - SR-3L HOUSTON, TEXAS (STRAKE JESUIT) Junior (2012): Played in all 13 games, making 12 starts... Ranked fourth on the team in tackles with 76, including two for loss... Notched an interception and a fumble recovery against SFA... Had 10 PBUs in 2012... Recorded a career-high 10 tackles in the win at UTEP... Had a team-high and career-high tying 10 tackles against UCF... Made nine stops at Baylor... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; Sophomore (2011): Saw action in 12 games, making two starts… Had 21 tackles on the season… Posted a career-high six tackles and recovered a fumble against Northwestern State; Freshman (2010): Saw action in nine games… Tallied two tackles on the season; 2009: Redshirted… Named to the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com and Scout.com prospect… Ranked as the No. 75 safety in the nation by Rivals… Played quarterback as a senior, leading his team to the District 18-5A championship… Named District Offensive MVP and first-team All-District 18-5A in 2008 after throwing for over 1,600 yards and 22 TDs and running for six more scores… A second-team All-District 18-5A defensive back in 2007 after notching five picks; Personal: A management major.

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98 - ROBERT SEALS

16 - BEN SELLERS

LB - 6-3 - 225 - SO-1L PEARLAND, TEXAS (DAWSON)

LB - 6-2 - 220 - SO-SQ PENSACOLA BEACH, FLA. (PENSACOLA)

Freshman (2012): Saw time in eight games, making one start... Notched three tackles and one quarterback hurry... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A two-star Rivals.com, ESPN.com and FoxSports.com recruit… Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Midlands Region Team and the Houston Chronicle’s Top 100… Named to MaxPreps.com’s Texas Top 300… Recorded 13 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks and two forced fumbles as a senior and 50 tackles and 7.5 sacks as a junior… A three-time first-team all-district selection... Also tabbed All-Brazoria County… Nominated for two post-season all-star games – The Bayou Bowl and the Space City Classic... Also lettered in basketball.

35 - LUKE SEEKER RB - 5-11 - 186 - SO-1L AUSTIN, TEXAS (ST. MICHAEL’S) Freshman (2012): Played in 10 games... Had 12 carries for 60 yards; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: Selected first-team all-state in 2009 and 2010... Earned firstteam all-district honors from 2008-2010... Named All-CenTex Second Team in 2010... Awarded Central Texas Postseason MVP in 2010... Rushed for 2,146 yards and 32 touchdowns as a senior... Holds school rushing records for most rushing touchdowns in a game, season and career, and most rushing yards in a season and career... Won District Championships from 2008-2010... Track team won state championship in 2009 and 2010.

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2011: Redshirted; Prep: Started for 2009 Class 3A State Championship team... 2010 defensive team captain and earned honorable mention All-District All-Star team... Team won District 1-3A Championships from 2008-2010... Honored with the Pensacola Sports Association Scholar Athlete Award... Earned eight athletic letters in high school - three in football, four in baseball and one in track.

34 - TRAYLON SHEAD RB - 6-2 - 230 - JR-TR CAYUGA, TEXAS (NAVARRO/TEXAS/CAYUGA) A pre-season All-Conference pick by Athlon Sports... Enrolled at SMU in January 2013… Will be a junior… A four-star Scout.com prospect… Was ranked a four-star Rivals.com prospect as a prep; Sophomore (2012 at Navarro): Named honorable mention All-American... Rushed for team highs in yardage (1,194) and touchdowns (17)… Navarro finished season with No. 4 ranking and a 10-2 record; Freshman (2010-11 at Texas): Redshirted in 2010 and then played for UT against Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Kansas, Rice and Texas Tech in 2011; Prep: Ranked as the nation's No. 16 running back in the 2010 class… Was an All-American and a three-time first-team All-State and three-time First-Team AllDistrict selection… Earned PARADE All-America honors as a senior… Played in the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl… Finished his career as the state's all-time leader in career TDs (141) and second all-time in rushing yards (10,291 yards)… Twice named the Texas 1A Offensive Player of the Year… Also an allstate performer and four-year letterman in basketball and a four-year letterman in track and field, placing eighth in the 100m dash at the state meet as a junior… Had offers from Texas A&M, TCU, Houston and Baylor.

8 - RONNELL SIMS RB - 5-8 - 190 - SO-SQ ABILENE, TEXAS (ABILENE)

Luke Seeker

Freshman (2012): Played in three games; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com, ESPN.com and FoxSports.com recruit… Rated by Rivals as the No. 100 wide receiver in the nation and the 83rd-best player overall in Texas… Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Midlands Region Team and TheOldCoach. com’s All-Area squad… Ranked as the No. 10 athlete in Texas by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football… Named to MaxPreps.com’s Texas Top 300… Completed 142 of 224 attempts for 1,893 yards and 19 touchdowns, and rushed for 893 yards and 10 scores during his senior season… Accumulated over 2,900 all-purpose yards and 33 touchdowns during his junior year, leading Abilene to the 2009 State Championship… Named all-state in 2009… Averaged more than 240 yards of total offense during senior season… The 2010 District Co-Offensive Player of the Year… Honorable mention academic all-state… High school teammate of SMU teammate Darius Joseph.

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96 - CAMERON SMITH

83 - J Ja aBRYCE TAYLOR

DL - 6-2 - 248 - SO-1L AUSTIN, TEXAS (McNEIL)

WR - 6-2 - 205 - FR-HS LUFKIN, TEXAS (LUFKIN)

2012: Redshirted with a foot injury; Freshman (2011): Saw time in all 13 games on special teams... Had two solo tackles; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com, ESPN. com and FoxSports.com recruit... Selected to PrepStar Magazine's All-Midlands Region Team... Named first-team All-Centex and All-District... Named District 165A Lineman of the Year... Had 48 tackles and three sacks in 2010... Also tabbed academic All-District... Also lettered in track... Held over 10 offers, including ones from Illinois, Tulsa, Houston and Utah.

Prep: A three-star Rivals.com, 247sports.com and Scout.com prospect... Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar… Had 87 catches for 1,628 yards (125 ypg)… Added two picks on defense… Named second-team All-State by the Texas High School Coaches Association and honorable mention All-State by the Associated Press… Named District 14-5A MVP… Tabbed as the District Player of the Year by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football… Set new Lufkin High School records for receptions and receiving yards among others… Had 40 catches for 494 yards and four TDs as a junior… Had offers from La. Tech and others… Also lettered in basketball and track.

11 - JARRETT SPENCER 7 - DER’RIKK THOMPSON

DL - 6-4 - 255 - SO-SQ ROCKWALL, TEXAS (ROCKWALL) Freshman (2012): Did not see game action; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star FoxSports.com recruit... Selected to PrepStar Magazine's All-Midlands Region Team... Ranked No. 92 on the Dallas Morning News' Area Top 100... Had 35 tackles and six sacks as a senior... As a junior, had three sacks in one game against Turner and totaled 29 stops on the year... Also lettered in track.

27 - AARON STAFFORD WR - 5-9 - 165 - SO-SQ FORT WORTH, TEXAS (PASCHAL) Freshman (2012): Did not see game action; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: All-District Utility Player of the Year in 2010...Team MVP as a senior...Honorable mention safety as a sophomore.

WR - 5-11 - 190 - JR-2L TROUP, TEXAS (TROUP) Sophomore (2012): Started all 13 games... Had 41 receptions for 535 yards and four scores... Had a team-high five grabs in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl… Returned 16 kicks for 411 yards, averaging 25.7 yard per return... All four TDs were 25 yards or more - a 25-yard TD reception in the win over Tulsa, a 37-yard TD catch versus Memphis, a 29-yarder against No. 15 TCU and a 42-yard TD against SFA... Team posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others; Freshman (2011): Had eight starts in 13 games… A deep threat that had 411 yards receiving on 30 catches… Had three touchdowns on the season… Had a career-high 104 yards on six catches and a touchdown at Memphis… Had career-long 72-yard touchdown versus UCF… Grabbed a career-high seven balls at Houston for 64 yards; 2010: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit… Also lettered in basketball and ran track... Qualified for State 100m finals as a junior... Ran a 4.37 40... Suffered a torn ACL as a senior and missed the entire season... A first-team All-District 19-2A pick in football and basketball as a junior... Cousin of SMU great and former Dallas Cowboy Keylon Kincade.

88 - DAIJUAN STEWART WR - 5-10 - 165 - FR-RS BALDWIN, LA. (WEST SAINT MARY) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star ESPN and Rivals prospect… Rated the nation’s No. 83 athlete by ESPN... Caught five touchdown passes in one quarter and ended up with six TDs and 414 yards receiving in a single game… Had more than 10 Division I offers, including Notre Dame, Houston, Southern Miss and Pitt.

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75 - KRIS WEEKS

DB - 6-2 - 185 - JR-JC COMMACK, N.Y. (SUFFOLK C.C./COMMACK)

OL - 6-5 - 310 - SO-1L SACHSE, TEXAS (SACHSE)

2012: Redshirted; Freshman & Sophomore (2010 & 2011 at Suffolk C.C.): Spent two seasons at Suffolk; Prep: Lettered one season at Commack High School; Personal: Has three sisters - Galaxy, Gabby and Sabrina.

9 - RYAN WALKER WR - 6-0 - 195 - SR-1L SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS (SOUTHLAKE CARROLL)

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Freshman (2012): Saw time in six games, making the start against SFA… Team posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others... Blocked for C-USA Offensive Player of the Year Zach Line; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com, ESPN.com and FoxSports.com recruit... Selected to PrepStar Magazine's All-Midlands Region Team... Named to MaxPreps.com's Texas Top 300... Ranked No. 81 on the Dallas Morning News' Area Top 100 list... A first-team All-District selection... Also competed in power lifting and track.

22 - JARED WILLIAMS

Junior (2012): Played in nine games, making one start... Had two receptions for 14 yards; Sophomore (2011): Saw time in three games, 2010: Redshirted; Freshman (2009): Saw time in two games as a true freshman; Prep: Three-year letterman at Southlake Carroll High School... Named all-district and Offensive MVP as a senior after making 62 catches for 804 yards and 11 touchdowns...Won state championship as a sophomore... Also lettered in track and field; Personal: Son of Derald and Julie Walker... Has one sibling, Taylor… A business major.

70 - CHASE WALLING OL - 6-6 - 286 - FR-RS DALLAS, TEXAS (LAKE HIGHLANDS) 2012: Redshirted; Prep: A two-star Rivals and Scout prospect… Named to the Dallas Morning News’ Area Top 100... First-team All-District... Notched 34 pancake blocks as a senior... Had offers from Kansas State, Tulsa, Marshall and North Texas.

14 - TREY WASHINGTON DB - 6-0 - 160 - FR-HS GILMER, TEXAS GILMER Prep: A three-star 247sports.com recruit and a two-star Rivals.com and Scout. com prospect... Named first-team 3A All-State by TheOldCoach.com… Named All-Midlands Region by PrepStar…Team went 14-2 and reached the state championship game in 2012… Had 32 receptions for 334 yards and two TDs in 2012… Notched 60 tackles (47 solo) and added three interceptions on defense as a senior… Had 34 and two picks as a junior… tackles Named first-team AllDistrict 16-3A and second-team All-East Texas by the Longview News Journal… Also named to the Preseason East Texas Dream Team by the Tyler Morning Telegraph… Also lettered in track.

RB - 5-9 - 195 - SO-1L BRADENTON, FLA. (SOUTHEAST) 2012: Redshirted as he recovered from a broken leg suffered in the 2012 BBVA Compass Bowl; Freshman (2011): Played in eight games with two starts... Had 180 yards on 42 carries with one touchdown... Ran for a career-high 80 yards on 11 carries against Rice, scoring on a 52-yard touchdown run... Had 11 carries for 40 yards in the BBVA Compass Bowl win before suffering a broken leg; Prep: Rushed for over 5,500 yards in three seasons at Bradenton Prep, breaking the school record... Gained nearly 2,000 yards and scored 27 touchdowns during his final year with Bradenton... Played in just four-and-a-half games for Southeast as a senior due to Florida High School Athletic Association transfer rules, but gained 315 yards on 64 carries (4.9 average)... His best effort was a 21-carry, 147-yard effort against Lake Wales in a 21-20 Southeast victory.

33 - RISHAAD WIMBLEY LB - 6-0 - 260 - JR-2L FORNEY, TEXAS (FORNEY) Sophomore (2012): Played in 10 games... Had 10 rushes for 27 yards and a score... Also had three receptions for 38 yards... Rushed for a TD in the win over Memphis... Team posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others; Freshman (2011): Played in five games and got the start in the BBVA Compass Bowl… Scored two TDs in the bowl victory… Had 178 yards and four scores on 40 carries… Rushed for a career-high 115 yards against Rice, scoring twice, including a 39-yard TD scamper; Prep: A threestar Rivals.com recruit… Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Midlands Region Team… Named first-team all-district… Ranked No. 84 on the Dallas Morning News’ Area Top 100 list… Competitive power lifter in high school, taking second at state - bench press: 425; squat: 640; deadlift: 635.

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Rishaad Wimbley

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90 - ZACH WOOD DL - 6-3 - 258 - SO-1L ROWLETT, TEXAS (ROWLETT)

2 - JONATHAN YENGA

Freshman (2012): Played in nine games... Had nine tackles, including a halfsack in 2012... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes, and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com, ESPN.com and FoxSports.com recruit… Ranked as the nation’s No. 56 defensive tackle by ESPN.com… Named to MaxPreps.com’s Texas Top 300… Had 99 tackles, 32 TFL and eight sacks as a junior… Totaled 115 tackles and 10 sacks during his senior campaign… A 2010 Class 4A All-State honorable mention selection… Named Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s preseason Defensive District MVP… Held numerous offers, including ones from Minnesota, Virginia and Houston.

54 - DARRIAN WRIGHT DL - 6-2 - 280 - JR-2L DAYTON, TEXAS (DAYTON)

LB - 6-2 - 215 - SO-1L EULESS, TEXAS (TRINITY) Freshman (2012): Played in all 13 games, notching 11 tackles... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; 2011: Redshirted; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com and FoxSports.com recruit… Rated as the nation’s No. 41 outside linebacker and the No. 71 player in all of Texas by Scout… Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Midlands Region Team… Named to MaxPreps.com’s Texas Top 300… An AP Honorable Mention All-State choice... Chosen to the Ft. Worth Star Telegram’s Area Top 50 and rated No. 51 on the Dallas Morning News’ Area Top 100... Led Euless Trinity to the 2010 State Championship game after winning the State Championship as a junior… An all-district honoree... Named Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s preseason Defensive District MVP… Averaged 9.3 tackles per game during his senior season, racking up 134 stops, seven TFL and three sacks on the year… Totaled 143 tackles, 2.5 sacks and one pick as a junior… Chose SMU over offers from Oklahoma State, Arizona, Duke, Kansas, Minnesota and Tulsa among others; Personal: Brother, Youri, was a four-year starter for SMU.

Sophomore (2012): Played in all 13 games... Had 12 tackles, including 0.5 TFL... Had a pick six in the win over Houston... Also had two QBHs... Part of an SMU defense that posted two shutouts, tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs; Freshman (2011): Saw time in seven games, recording two tackles; Prep: A three-star Rivals.com recruit… Selected to PrepStar Magazine’s All-Midlands Region Team… Named the District Player of the Year and preseason All-State by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football… Voted Defensive MVP by the coaches in his district… Named first team all-state and all-district as a senior… Named to MaxPreps.com’s Texas Top 300… Recorded 123 tacks, 15 TFL, seven sacks, four forced fumbles and 21 hurries in 2010… As a junior, tallied 73 tackles, 23 TFL and seven sacks… Also played basketball and threw the shot in track… Chose SMU over offers from Northwestern, Kentucky, Tulane and Colorado State among others.

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JUNE JONES HEAD COACH SIXTH SEASON NEW YORK STATE REGENTS COLLEGE After five seasons at the helm of the SMU football program, June Jones has proven again that he is master architect in building and rebuilding football programs. After winning just two games in two seasons, the Jones’ Mustangs have won 30 games and three bowl championships over the past four years, reestablishing championship football on the Hilltop. In 2008, Jones took over an SMU program that had not been to a bowl game in nearly a quarter century. Despite its rich tradition, SMU had struggled since the early 1980s and the days of the "Pony Express." Jones and the Mustangs changed all that in 2009, however, snapping a 25year bowl drought, claiming a Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Championship, and earning a share of the Conference USA Western Division Championship. SMU finished the season with an 8-5 mark, the largest turnaround in the nation in 2009 (+7 wins). A winner of three National Coach of the Year Awards in his career, Jones was named Conference USA Coach of the Year by The Sporting News in 2009, marking the fourth Conference Coach of the Year Award for Jones in his 11 seasons as a head coach, and, following SMU's 45-10 destruction of Nevada in the Hawaii Bowl, was also named Coach of the Bowl Season by College Football News. The 2010 season featured another first, as SMU made its first appearance in the Conference USA Championship game, earning its second straight C-USA Western Division title. SMU also earned a bowl bid for the second straight season, reaching the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. The 2011 season produced another eight wins and a BBVA Compass Bowl Championship as SMU thrashed Pitt, 28-6. Along the way, SMU beat rival TCU, giving the Mustangs and Jones the coveted Iron Skillet. The 2012 campaign concluded with another Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Championship, giving SMU three bowl crowns in four years. Jones has also helped build an SMU-NFL pipeline, with 17 Mustangs currently headed to 2013 NFL training camps. Jones came to the Hilltop after nine years at Hawaii, where he took a downtrodden Warrior football program and built it into one of the most exciting and competitive squads in the country. Jones led his Hawaii teams to 76 wins - the most by any Hawaii coach - two Western Athletic Conference Championships and six bowl-game appearances. In 1998, Hawaii suffered its first-ever winless season. The following year, the first under Jones, the Warriors went 9-4, marking the biggest turnaround in NCAA history. He developed six All-Americans and produced 17 NFL draft picks, with a school-record five in 2007. In the five years before Jones' arrival, Hawaii combined for 12 wins and not a single draft pick or bowl game berth. Jones catapulted the Warrior program into the national rankings in his nine seasons, with Hawaii ranking in the top 40 in seven of his nine years, including a top-10 ranking in 2007. For his efforts, Jones was ranked as the top non-BCS coach in the nation by The Sporting News in the spring of 2008. The 2007 season proved to be the pinnacle of success for Jones at Hawaii, as he led his team to the national spotlight with a top-10 national ranking, a BCS Bowl berth and the school's first Heisman Trophy finalist. Hawaii finished the 2007 regular-season undefeated at 12-0 and was the only team in the Football Bowl Subdivision to earn that distinction. Along the way, the team shattered dozens of NCAA, conference and school records as Jones became just the third coach to lead a team to a BCS Bowl from a conference without an automatic BCS berth. For his efforts, Jones was named the 2007 WAC Coach of the Year and was one of seven finalists for the 2007 Paul "Bear" Bryant College Coach of the Year Award.

Jones is the mastermind of one of the nation's most prolific offenses and was one of just 14 head coaches in the nation to also serve as offensive coordinator in 2007. Jones' run-and-shoot attack led the Western Athletic Conference and ranked in the top five nationally in each of his nine seasons at Hawaii. In 2006, the Warriors averaged 46.9 points and 559.2 yards of total offense per game, with 441.29 yards generated through the air, leading the nation in all three categories. Hawaii was potent in 2007 as well, leading the nation in scoring at 46.2 points per game. Under Jones, the Warriors broke more than 400 school records and 50 NCAA records. Jones-tutored quarterbacks have secured their place among the all-time greats in collegiate football, with Timmy Chang and Colt Brennan holding several NCAA records. In 2004, Chang made NCAA history by becoming the all-time passing leader with 17,072 yards, and in 2007, Colt Brennan, who finished third in the Heisman Trophy race, broke 29 NCAA records, including passing touchdowns in a season (58) and career (131). Jones was named the 1999 National Coach of the Year (CNN/Sports Illustrated, American Football Coach/Schutt Sports & The Sporting News) after leading the Warriors to a share of the WAC Championship and a 23-17 win over Oregon State in the Jeep O'ahu Bowl. It was the program's first bowl game since 1992. The 1999 season also marked the first of three Conference Coach of the Year awards for Jones (1999, 2006, 2007). On the heels of an injury-plagued 3-9 season in 2000, Jones was involved in a car accident on Feb. 22, 2001, that nearly claimed his life. The accident kept Jones out of the entire spring session, but his tireless effort to recover allowed him to return to the field in time for fall camp. In 2001, receiver Chad Owens led the nation in kickoff return average (33.6 yards) and Chang led the nation in total offense (349.7 yards) before bowing out to a wrist injury as Hawaii went 9-3. The 2002 campaign saw Hawaii post a 10-win season and claim a victory in the ConAgra Foods Hawaii Bowl. The 2003 season marked the first with a roster comprised of all Jones' recruits, and Jones led the team to a successful 9-5 campaign as the Warriors won the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl with a 54-48 triple-overtime victory over Houston. That gave Jones his second bowl win and third bowl appearance at Hawaii, both the most of any coach in the 96 years of the program. The 2004 season marked one of the best finishes in Hawaii football history. The Warriors won their last three games to earn an invitation to a bowl game and Jones and crew capped the comeback season with a convincing 59-40 win over UAB in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. While the 5-7 2005 season was plagued with injuries, the 2006 campaign brought about renewed enthusiasm. In 2006, the Warriors posted an 11-3 mark and finished second in the WAC with a 7-1 league record. The only blemish in conference play was a loss to eventual WAC Champion and BCS bowl team Boise State. During the season, Brennan caught the nation's attention as the junior tossed an NCAA-record 58 touchdowns while the squad went on to win the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl a fourth time.

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Jones has also led players to success in the classroom, as his Hawaii teams produced 27 Academic All-WAC honorees in his first eight years at the Hawaii helm. Before joining the Warriors in 1999, Jones enjoyed a 12-year coaching career in the NFL, including head coaching stops at Atlanta (1994-96) and San Diego (1998). With the Falcons, Jones guided the team that he once played for to a playoff wildcard berth in 1995. Originally from Portland, Ore., Jones graduated from New York State Regents College after playing quarterback at Oregon (1971-1972), Hawaii (1973-1974), and Portland State (1975-1976) and went on to play professionally for the Atlanta Falcons (1977-1981) of the NFL and the Toronto Argonauts (1982) of the Canadian Football League.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT JUNE JONES “June has great communication skills. He is so good at dealing with different people and personalities. He was the best coach I had in 15 years of professional football. Until I played for June, I never had a full understanding of the quarterback position or paid attention to detail. He taught me everything…” - Bobby Hebert, NFL/USFL Quarterback, 1993 Pro Bowl, USFL Champion “Before Coach Jones, nobody had ever spoken to me in such a straight-up manner. In the past, I had just worked people to get my way. June just spoke the truth. It was simple, but it was exactly what I needed to be told.” - Pisa Tinoisamoa, NFL Linebacker “June Jones is a special guy. He relies on Xs and Os, but it’s his strong relationship with his players and coaches, as well as his deep faith, that make it all work.” - Bobby Beathard, Former NFL General Manager, Seven Super Bowl Teams, Four Super Bowl Champions “Coach Jones is my mentor. The success I have experienced is because of him.” - Colt Brennan, NFL Quarterback and NCAA Record-Holder “June Jones is a heck of a coach. He gets you prepared and he’s patient and thorough. He’s also a great guy and good friend.” - Brett Favre, NFL Quarterback, Three-Time MVP, Super Bowl XXXI Champion “June is the guy who’s most responsible for the success I had in the NFL.” - Warren Moon, NFL/CFL Quarterback, Pro Football Hall of Fame and Canadian Football Hall of Fame Member, Nine-Time Pro Bowl Selection, Three-Time All-Pro, Five-Time Grey Cup Champion “June Jones is an innovator and a football genius. I could go on all day about Coach Jones’ abilities as it pertains to coaching and leading young men. The thing that separates him from the others is that he truly cares for the young men who play for him. He is not one of those coaches who cares only about churning out players. He helps make men out of them. June Jones is integrity.” - Billy Joe Tolliver, NFL Quarterback “In my 19 years in the NFL, I benefitted the most from my time with June Jones. He refined my game mentally, physically and emotionally. I always felt 100 percent prepared to play under Coach Jones. I only wish I had been with him earlier in my career. June not only has a great understanding of the game, but he also communicates to his players in a way that they understand while making it fun to play. Coach Jones is a proven winner on and off the field and anyone would love playing for him.” - Wade Wilson, NFL Quarterback and Coach, 1988 Pro Bowl, Super Bowl XXX Champion

PLAYER Ikaika Alama-Francis Chris Banjo Davone Bess Kelvin Beachum Cole Beasley Colt Brennan Chris Brown Dwight Carter Timmy Chang Jeremiah Cockheran Bryan Collins Richard Crawford Ja’Gared Davis Abraham Elimimian Tala Esera John Estes James Fenderson Kynan Forney Lui Fuata Lui Fuga Robert Grant Ryan Grice-Mullen Ray Hisatake Margus Hunt Wayne Hunter Nate Ilaoa Jake Ingram Kevin Jackson Nate Jackson Darius Johnson Manly Kanoa Aaron Kia Adrian Klemm Travis LaBoy Ashley Lelie Josh LeRibeus Zach Line Vince Manuwai Reagan Mauia Mat McBriar Bryan McCann Kelvin Millhouse, Jr. Sterling Moore Thomas Morstead Ryan Mouton Kaulana Noa Dustin Owen Chad Owens Kealoha Pilares Kenny Patton Leonard Peters Andy Phillips Melila Purcell Taylor Reed Jason Rivers Aldrick Robinson Dan Robinson Nick Rolovich Greg Salas Emmanuel Sanders Brandon Satele Hercules Satele Samson Satele Brian Smith Isaac Sopoaga Matt Szymanski Taylor Thompson Pisa Tinoisamoa Jeff Ulbrich Dane Uperesa David Veikune Yaphet Warren Lawerence Wilson

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TOM MASON ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/LINEBACKERS SIXTH SEASON EASTERN WASHINGTON Tom Mason is in his sixth season on the Hilltop where he serves as SMU's Associate Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator and Linebackers Coach. In his tenure, he has transformed the SMU defense into one of the nation's best. In 2012, Mason’s defense posted two shutouts (SMU’s most in a season since 1983), tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs. The Mustangs also finished the year ranked 15th in rush defense. Mason has also guided numerous Mustangs to All-League honors. Five Mustangs earned honors in 2012, including first-teamers Ja’Gared Davis and Margus Hunt. The 2011 season saw eight Mustangs defenders earn All-Conference accolades - first-teamers Richard Crawford and Taylor Thompson, second-team Davis, Marquis Frazier and Taylor Reed, honorable mention selections Chris Banjo, Hunt and Torlan Pittman. The 2011 season was capped off with a BBVA Compass Bowl win that saw the Mustangs limit Pitt to just 10 rushing yards and a Bowl-record-low six points. The 2010 season saw Davis and Thompson tabbed first-teamers, while Banjo and Youri Yenga were second-team picks. Honorable mention picks were Crawford, Pete Fleps, Hunt and Taylor Reed. In 2009, Mason transformed SMU's defense from a 4-3 scheme to a 3-4 and the results were immediate. In SMU's 45-10 win over Nevada in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl, the Mustang defense held the Wolf Pack's No. 1-ranked rushing offense to a season-low 137 yards - more than 200 yards below its average. Under his tutelage, SMU linebacker Chase Kennemer was named first-team All-C-USA and seven other Mustangs were tabbed for honorable mention All-Conference honors.

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Mason arrived on the Hilltop after spending seven seasons at Fresno State, where he coached linebackers. There, he developed numerous standout linebackers including 2007 WAC Defensive Player of the Year Marcus Riley, 2006 first-team All-WAC honoree Dwayne Andrews and 2003 first-teamer Bryce McGill. Mason joined the Bulldog coaching staff in 2001 after spending one season as linebackers coach with the Las Vegas Outlaws of the XFL. He also spent time in the pro ranks as receivers coach for the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League and as defensive backs coach for the Scottish Claymores of NFL Europe. Mason also boasts an extensive collegiate resume, having served as defensive coordinator (1999) and secondary coach (1998-99) at Nevada and defensive coordinator at both Northern Iowa (1997-98) and Boise State (1993-96). At Boise, Mason helped coordinate a Bronco defense that reached the 1994 NCAA Division I-AA national championship game and then served as Boise's interim head coach from August through November 1996. Prior to his time in Boise, he was defensive coordinator at Portland State (1982-86), helping lead the Vikings to four playoff appearances and two national championship games. He also served as the linebackers coach at Eastern Washington (1981-85) and was the defensive line coach at Walla Walla (Wash.) Community College (1978-80). As a player, Mason began his career as a linebacker at Idaho before transferring to Walla Walla (Wash.) Community College. He finished out his playing career at Nevada from 1976-77. Mason received his bachelor's degree in physical education and a master of science degree in physical education and post-secondary education from Eastern Washington. Mason and his wife, Jami, have a daughter, Brenna.

DAN MORRISON ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH QUARTERBACKS SIXTH SEASON UCLA Dan Morrison is in his sixth season at SMU after spending nine seasons as quarterbacks coach for Hawaii. Along with June Jones, Morrison has brought the Run & Shoot to Dallas. In 2012, Morrison led new SMU QB Garrett Gilbert, as the Mustangs posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others. In 2011, Morrison helped new starter J.J. McDermott to a great season, as the senior transfer threw for 3,421 yards, second-most ever at SMU. The 2010 season saw Morrison protégé Kyle Padron notch SMU single-season records in passing yards (3,828), total yards (4,072), touchdown passes (31), completions (302) and attempts (508). The 2009 season saw Morrison develop Padron, then a true freshman, into the team's starter after then-starter Bo Levi Mitchell was lost to a shoulder injury midway through the season. The development culminated with Padron's school-record 460-yard, two-TD, Game MVP performance in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. With Morrison's guidance, Padron was named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team, went 5-1 as SMU's starting quarterback and posted a 159.9 passer rating - fifth-best in the nation. As a team, SMU finished ranked 15th in the nation in passing offense. In his first season at SMU, Morrison tutored a pair of freshmen quarterbacks and led the pair to pass for a school-record-tying 29 TDs on the year. The SMU offense ended the season ranked 17th in the nation in passing offense. Morrison produced All-Conference performers in five of his nine seasons at UH, mentoring NCAA all-time passing leader Timmy Chang and NCAA all-time touchdown pass leader Colt Brennan. In 2004, Chang made NCAA history by becoming the all-time passing leader with 17,072 yards, and in 2007, Brennan, who finished third in the Heisman Trophy race, broke 29 NCAA records, including passing touchdowns in a season (58) and career (131). In 1999, Morrison developed a talented, but unproven quarterback in Dan Robinson. Robinson was never allowed to settle in one system, as he played for three different offensive coordinators in as many years. He found a home in the run-and-shoot offense, however, and Morrison coached him to success, as he passed for 3,853 yards and 28 touchdowns. Robinson eventually earned second-team All-Conference honors. In 2000, Morrison guided Chang, a true freshman, through a rebuilding season that earned him WAC Freshman of the Year honors after passing for 3,041 yards and 19 touchdowns. When Chang was granted a medical hardship in 2001, senior Nick Rolovich finally got his chance and, under Morrison's tutelage, became one of the top passers in the country. Rolovich threw for 1,548 yards and 20 touchdowns in his last three games, including an eight-touchdown performance against then-undefeated BYU in the final game of the

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season. The experienced reserve finished second in the WAC and fourth in the nation in total offense (336.5) and third in the WAC and 10th in the nation in pass efficiency (150.5). In 2002, Chang returned and led the Warriors to a 10-4 record, as he passed for 4,474 yards and 25 touchdowns. Morrison has a strong background as an educator and utilizes those skills to teach the intricacies of the Run-and-Shoot to his quarterbacks. In nine seasons, Warrior quarterbacks passed for over 40,000 yards and 350 touchdowns under Morrison's guidance. During Morrison's tenure at Hawaii, the Warrior offense ranked in the top five nationally in passing each year. He and his wife, Karen, are the parents of Nikki, an SMU graduate. Nikki is married to former SMU standout Donald Mitchell and the two have a daughter, Malia.

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Mumme began his head coaching career at Iowa Wesleyan in 1989, where his teams set numerous school and NAIA records. Mumme was the NAIA District Coach of the Year in 1989 and 1991 and led the Tigers to the postseason all three years, including the NAIA playoffs in 1991. In 1990, the Tigers led the NAIA in passing yards per game at nearly 338 yards per game, and in his final season in 1991, the Tigers set NAIA records for most total pass completions (468) and average completions per game (39). In one game against Harding in 1991, IWC threw 86 passes, completing an NAIA-record 61. His teams also set school records for most passing yards in a game (538) and most yards of total offense in a game (672). In 1992, Mumme moved to Valdosta State, where he coached quarterback Chris Hatcher. Under Mumme, Hatcher was named the NCAA Division II Player of the Year and led the Blazers to the 1996 Gulf South Conference Championship. Mumme was tabbed the Gulf South Conference and the AFCA Region II - Division II Coach of the Year in 1996. Mumme was then hired at Kentucky in 1997, and in his first season as head coach, the Wildcats improved from 109th in the nation in total offense to sixth and beat Alabama for the first time in 75 years. For his efforts he was named the American Football Coaches Association Region 2 Coach of the Year. In 1998, Mumme led the Wildcats to a victory at No. 21 LSU, the Wildcat's first road victory over a ranked team in 21 years. UK finished 7-5 with the season culminating with a trip to the Outback Bowl, as Mumme became the first Wildcat coach to take the team to a New Year's Day bowl game since Bear Bryant in 1951. That same year, Mumme tutored Heisman Trophy finalist Tim Couch, who was named the SEC Male Athlete of the Year after completing 400 of 553 passes (72.3 percent) for 4,275 yards and 36 touchdowns. His pass completions total was the best in the nation while his yardage total, touchdowns and completion percentage each ranked second in the country. Couch was then chosen No. 1 overall in the 1999 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns. In 1999, the Wildcats went 6-6 and played in the Music City Bowl, and Mumme was named the South/Southwest Coach of the Year by Football News. College Football Hall of Fame coaches Jerry Claiborne and Bryant were the only other coaches to have taken the Wildcats to consecutive bowl games prior to Mumme's arrival at Kentucky. Mumme then undertook the challenge of building a program from scratch, taking over at Southeastern Louisiana, which had dropped football after the 1985 season. When Mumme was hired in June 2002, the program had no equipment, no coaches and no players. Mumme went to work and in just two seasons on the field, SLU had remarkable results. In his first year at Southeastern, the Lions posted a 5-7 record, the fourth-best mark for a Division I-A or I-AA startup program since 1980. The next season the Lions went 7-4, including a 51-17 win over No. 6 McNeese State. That win propelled the second-year program into the Top 25 in the National I-AA Rankings. After those two seasons, Mumme took over at New Mexico State where he spent four seasons, developing Chase Holbrook, NMSU's all-time leading passer and the fourth-most prolific passer in WAC history, and Chris Williams, the school's all-time leading receiver. Mumme was born in San Antonio, Texas, and graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in Dallas. He played football at New Mexico Military Institute (1970-71) and Tarleton State University (1974-75). He received his bachelor's degree from Tarleton in 1975. Hal and his wife June have three grown children and two grandsons.

HAL MUMME ASSISTANT HEAD COACH PASSING GAME COORDINATOR FIRST SEASON TARTLETON STATE Veteran coach and innovator of the "Air Raid" offense Hal Mumme came to the Hilltop in the spring of 2013. In January of 2013, Brent Schrotenboer of USA TODAY wrote, "In the first 100-plus years of NCAA football, only 10 players passed for 10,000 yards and 100 touchdowns in their careers. In the past 15 years, 49 have done it. Hal Mumme is one of the reasons why." Numerous college head coaches are part of Mumme's coaching tree - either direct descendants or second-generation offshoots: Mike Leach, Dana Holgorsen, Sonny Dykes, Art Briles, Kliff Kingbury, David Dean, Greg McMackin, Ruffin McNeill, Will Muschamp and Chris Hatcher. Mumme arrived at SMU after spending four seasons as head coach at McMurry. Taking over a program that had lost 13 consecutive games and not had a winning season in the eight seasons prior to his arrival, Mumme quickly turned around the program and led McMurry to a 27-16 record and three consecutive winning seasons. After a 6-4 campaign in 2010, the 2011 team went 9-3 to tie a school record for wins in a season and claimed McMurry's first postseason victory since 1949 by beating Trinity in the first round of the Division III playoffs. Playing as a Division II independent in the fall of 2012, the War Hawks went 8-3 and defeated Southern Arkansas, 36-35, in the CHAMPS Heart of Texas Bowl. Mumme has also served as head coach at Kentucky, New Mexico State, Southeastern Louisiana, Valdosta State and Iowa Wesleyan.

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CARLOS BAROCIO-LEÓN

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ASSISTANT COACH SPECIAL TEAMS SIXTH SEASON NEW MEXICO STATE

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Carlos Barocio-León is in his first season as an assistant coach at SMU, but he is no stranger to SMU, as Barocio-León has been on the Hilltop since 2008. Barocio-León spent the 2012 season as Coordinator of Quality Control (Offense) and previously served as offensive graduate assistant and video graduate assistant. BarocioLeón came to SMU from Texas College, where he served as the Offensive Coordinator and quarterbacks coach, helping the Steers claim the CSFL Championship in 2005. Barocio-León played college football for New Mexico State and then played professionally in Italy for one year with the Bergamo Lions. After his playing days, Barocio-León turned to coaching and became the Offensive Coordinator at the University of Nuevo León in Monterrey, México. After two seasons, he returned to Europe and served stints as the Head Coach of the Badalona Dracs, winning two National Spanish titles and one Spain's Cup, and the Bergamo Lions, winning two Italian National Championships and two Eurobowl Titles (XIV & XV). He also served as Head Coach for the Tyrolean Raiders in Innsbruck, Austria, and, in eight years of professional head coaching experience in the European Leagues, compiled an overall record of 74-16. Barocio-León has a B.A. and an M.B.A. from New Mexico State. He is fluent in Spanish and Italian and near-fluent in French and German.

ERIC DANIELS ASSISTANT COACH LINEBACKERS FIFTH SEASON HARDIN-SIMMONS Eric Daniels is in his first year an assistant coach after spending one season as SMU's Coordinator of Quality Control (Defense). Daniels spent the 2010 season as a member of the SMU strength & conditioning staff. It was his second as a member of the Mustang football staff, after previously working with the SMU defense in 2009. Daniels began his coaching career at Hardin-Simmons University as the inside linebackers coach in 2007. He then moved to Angelo State University in 2008 to coach inside and outside linebackers in a 3-4 scheme. Daniels coached four All-Conference linebackers and set a Lonestar Conference record by having three different linebackers receive Conference Defensive Player of the Week in the 2009 season. Daniels is originally from Rockwall, Texas, and began his playing career as a linebacker at Baylor University before finishing his career at Hardin-Simmons where he earned his Bachelor's degree in physical education. While coaching at Angelo State, he earned his Master's degree in student development and leadership in higher education.

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Bert Hill is in his sixth season on the Hilltop as SMU's defensive line coach, coming to SMU after spending two seasons as strength and conditioning coach with the Miami Dolphins. Despite losing two starters to pro football (Taylor Thompson to the NFL and Marquis frazier to the CFL), Hill’s line was great in 2012, as the SMU defense ranked 15th nationally against the run and two of his three starters – Margus Hunt and Torlan Pittman – earned All-C-USA honors. The 2011 season saw four SMU linemen - Thompson (first-team), Frazier (secondteam), Hunt (honorable mention) and Pittman (honorable mention) – earn All-Conference accolades. The season was capped off with a BBVA Compass Bowl win that saw the Mustangs limit Pitt to just 10 rushing yards and a Bowl-record-low six points. In 2010, Hill guided Thompson to first-team All-Conference USA honors and assisted on a defense that ended the year ranked 40th in the nation. From 2001 until 2005, Hill worked in private business in Dallas and co-authored several books on the discipline of strength and conditioning. From 1990-2000, Hill was on the staff of the Detroit Lions. During his first eight years with the club, he served as strength and conditioning/assistant defensive line coach. From 1998-2000, he was strength and conditioning/assistant offensive line coach. Hill joined the Lions following a one-year stop (1989) as strength and conditioning coach at Texas A&M, his second tour of duty at the College Station school, having served in the same capacity there from 1983-87. While Hill was on the staff, the Aggies won three straight Southwest Conference titles (1985-87). His two Aggie stints were split by a one-year stop at Ohio State (1988) as strength and conditioning coach. Hill got his start in the coaching profession as assistant defensive line/assistant strength coach at Nicholls State in 1981. That preceded a one-year stint as assistant strength and conditioning coach at Auburn in 1982. Hill played linebacker at Marion (Ala.) Military Institute Junior College from 1976-77 and at Wichita State in 1978. He earned his bachelor's degree in physical education from Auburn-Montgomery in 1980 and master's degree in physical education with an emphasis in strength physiology from Auburn in 1982. Hill and his wife, Beata, reside in Dallas.

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DERRICK ODUM

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ASSISTANT COACH SECONDARY SIXTH SEASON UTAH

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Derrick Odum enters his sixth season coaching SMU's secondary having come to SMU after three seasons at Utah where he coached safeties. In 2012, Odum’s group was decimated by injuries. SMU lost three-year starting safety Ryan Smith for the year when he went down with a season-ending injury against TCU. Brett Haness, who then earned the job in Smith’s absence, was then lost for the year just three games later. Sophomore J.R. Richardson, slotted as a starter at corner in the preseason, got injured in training camp and missed the year. Shakiel Randolph, who did earn All-C-USA Freshman Team honors, also missed time and back-up corner Horace Richardson missed with a torn ACL. Despite these injuries, Odum still led Kenneth Acker to All-C-USA honors as the SMU defense posted two shutouts (SMU’s most in a season since 1983), tied an NCAA season record for pick-sixes and tied for third in the country in total takeaways and second in fumble recoveries for TDs. The 2011 season saw the continued development of the SMU secondary, as Richard Crawford earned first-team All-C-USA honors and Chris Banjo was honorable mention. The season was capped off with a BBVA Compass Bowl win that saw the Mustangs limit Pitt to just 10 rushing yards and a Bowl-record-low six points. Following the season, Crawford was selected by the Washington Redskins in the NFL Draft. In 2010, Odum led Banjo to second-team All-Conference USA honors and Crawford to honorable mention accolades, while helping SMU rank second in the league in pass defense efficiency. Another SMU corner, Sterling Moore, would go on to start for the New England Patriots in 2011. In 2009, Odum helped guide a defense that notched 17 interceptions, a number which tied for the 16th-best total in the nation, and led defensive backs Rock Dennis and Bryan McCann to honorable mention All-Conference honors. In 2007, Odum tutored a defense that finished number one in the nation in pass efficiency defense and fifth in the country in scoring defense. Among the standouts he helped develop were Joe Dale, the 2007 Poinsettia Bowl MVP, Steve Tate, a first-team All-Mountain West selection, and Robert Johnson, who was named the ESPN National Player of the Week after his performance against UCLA. Odum also turned a pair of one-time walk-ons into All-Conference-caliber players while at Utah. In 2005, Casey Evans led the league in interceptions and earned second-team All-MWC honors and Steve Tate led Utah in tackles in both 2005 and 2006 en route to honorable mention (2005) and first-team (2006) All-MWC accolades. Odum also played a role in the emergence of one of the greatest defensive players in Utah football history in 2005, when Eric Weddle manned a safety position for the first eight games of the season before moving to corner. Weddle, a 2006 consensus All-American and two-time MWC Defensive Player of the Year, became a second-round NFL draft pick of the San Diego Chargers. Odum also assisted with the Ute kick returners and the punt team - the latter of which ranked No. 1 in the nation in net punting in 2006. His off-field duties included serving as the team's pro liaison. Odum's first full-time coaching opportunity was with the defensive backs at Montana from 1998-99. Montana won back-to-back Big Sky Conference championships and led the conference in pass efficiency defense. All of Odum's backfield starters earned All-Conference recognition in 1999, including safety Vince Huntsberger who was selected as the Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year. From there, he went to Utah State (2000-02) where he spearheaded a 25-place improvement in pass defense. The Aggies placed second in the Big West Conference in interceptions his first year there. Odum spent the summer of 2002 interning with the Tennessee Titans, working with their defensive backs and linebackers. He left Utah State to coach the defensive backs at Houston, where he stayed from 2003-04. The secondary accounted for 13 of Houston's 14 total interceptions in 2003 and Odum produced a Conference USA All-Freshman team selection both years. Odum returned to his alma mater in 2005, where he had served as a graduate assistant eight years earlier (1996-97). He assisted with the safeties in 1996, and assumed full responsibility for the safeties in his final year as a G.A. Odum lettered at Utah from 1989-92, starting at free safety his freshman year and cornerback his junior season. He started for Utah in the 1992 Copper Bowl and also played centerfield for the Ute baseball team for two seasons. He earned his bachelor's in political science from Utah in 1993. He is married to the former Ania Homan and has two sons, Dominic and Jeremiah, and a daughter, Ryann.

Jason Phillips joined the SMU football coaching staff as co-offensive coordinator and assistant coach in January 2011. Phillips came to the Hilltop after completing his ninth season at Houston, where he served as offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach. Phillips had also served as UH's recruiting coordinator. In his first year on the Hilltop, the Mustangs posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others. Phillips’ receivers Darius and Jeremy Johnson each earned All-C-USA honors. Phillips capped a successful 2011 season by helping UH to a dominating 30-14 win over Penn State in the TicketCity Bowl, with his offense finishing with 600 yards of total offense. It was the eighth time in 2011 that the Cougars reached that total. In all, the 2011 Cougar offense was one of the most prolific in NCAA history, averaging nearly 600 yards per game in total offense, ranking second all-time just behind another the 1989 Houston Cougars, who averaged 625 yards. A huge reason for that production was the play of Houston's wide receivers, which was the country's most productive group. Houston had a number of record-setters on this year's team, including Patrick Edwards, who led the country with 20 touchdown catches. Edwards also ranked second nationally with 1,752 receiving yards and is the school and Conference USA all-time leader with 4,501 career receiving yards. In 2011, Tyron Carrier also ranked in the top 20 nationally in receptions per game and senior Justin Johnson ranked 16th in the nation with a 1,229-yard season. During his tenure at UH, Phillips worked with stellar wide receivers like Carrier, Edwards, Johnson, and Donnie Avery, the first wide receiver taken in the 2008 NFL Draft. In just the past four seasons at UH, Phillips produced seven 1,000-yard receiving seasons from four different players. Phillips also directed an offense led by quarterback Case Keenum, whom Phillips helped to numerous NCAA records. Phillips was a consensus All-America wide receiver during his playing days at Houston. As a coach, Phillips has shown that he has the ability to communicate his ideas and pass on the benefit of his experiences to young players. Phillips was selected to participate in the 2008 NCAA Coaches Academy Program and the 2010 NCAA Champions Forum, both of which were designed to identify and nurture minority future head coaching candidates. A native Houstonian who played at Ross Sterling High School, Phillips first made his mark at the University of Houston by hauling in passes from Heisman Trophy quarterback Andre Ware during the Cougars high-flying, high-scoring Run-and-Shoot heyday. Phillips led the nation in receiving yards in 1987 (875 yards) and 1988 (1,444), the first player since Tulsa's Howard Twilley accomplished that feat 23 years earlier. In 1987, Phillips not only was an All-Southwest Conference pick and the SWC Newcomer of the Year, but was also selected to the UPI All-America team. The following year Phillips was named to the All-SWC First Team, was the SWC Co-Offensive Player of the Year and a consensus first-team All-America pick. Phillips was also selected to the SWC's All-Decade Team for the 80s and, in 2006, Phillips' spectacular contributions to the program were recognized when he was inducted into the Houston Hall of Honor. Phillips was drafted by Detroit in 1989, where he set a rookie record with a 10-catch, 155-yard performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Phillips enjoyed an eight-year professional career, playing six seasons in the NFL and two in the CFL before moving into the coaching ranks. In 2001, he coached as an offensive intern for the Minnesota Vikings, working under head coach Dennis Green and offensive coordinator Sherman Lewis. In that capacity, Phillips worked closely with wide receivers Randy Moss, Chris Carter, Jake Reed and Chris Walsh. The following season, Phillips served in a similar capacity with the Atlanta Falcons, where he worked under head coach Dan Reeves. Phillips began his college coaching career in 2001, when he served as an offensive assistant at Houston. He spent the following season coaching wide receivers at Texas State before returning to the Cougars as wide receivers coach in 2003. He spent the 2007 at Baylor, serving as the recruiting coordinator and wide receivers coach. He returned to his alma mater in 2008 as Co-Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach and Recruiting Coordinator before being promoted to Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach in 2010. Phillips writes about coaching and has published articles in American Football Monthly Magazine. Phillips earned his bachelor's degree in kinesiology from UH in 2001. Phillips is married to Kimberly.

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WES SUAN

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ASSISTANT COACH OFFENSIVE LINE SIXTH SEASON LINFIELD

DEFENSIVE QUALITY CONTROL COORDINATOR SECOND SEASON SMU

Wes Suan is in his sixth season at SMU and his first as offensive line coach. In his first five seasons, Suan’s work with Mustang running backs was vital to the success of Jones' Run-and-Shoot offense. In 2012, Suan again tutored Zach Line, who finished his career as the No. 2 rusher in school history. Line was named the Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year and first-team All-C-USA. Under Suan, Line rushed for 80 or more yards in 32 of his final 37 games and surpassed the 1,000-yard mark three times, becoming just the second Mustang and the fourth player in C-USA history to reach that plateau in at least three seasons. In 2011, Line was again among the national leaders before suffering a season-ending foot injury. Despite missing the final three games of the year, Line still led Conference USA and ranked seventh in the nation in rushing at 122.4 yards a game and 5.88 yards per rush. He posted eight 100-yard rushing games in 10 games played and set a school-record for rushing touchdowns in a game with five against Northwestern State. He finished with 1,224 yards for the year. Once Line went down, Suan turned to a pair of true freshmen, Jerad Williams and Rishaad Wimbley. The duo racked up 358 yards and five scores on 82 carries and helped SMU to a win in the BBVA Compass Bowl. The 2010 season saw Line explode for an unexpected 1,494 rushing yards, which ranked 11th in the country and trailed only Eric Dickerson for most single-season rushing yards in SMU history. He was named first-team Conference USA, averaging 6.1 yards per carry and scoring 10 touchdowns, as he became the second 1,000-yard rusher under Jones. In 2009, Suan helped Shawnbrey McNeal earn honorable mention All-Conference accolades and become the first collegiate 1,000-yard rusher under June Jones. As a freshman, Line also had a breakout season, scoring seven TDs on just 49 carries. Suan, who spent nine seasons as an assistant at Hawaii, spent his first six years with Jones' staff as a running backs coach before moving to the offensive line in 2005. He moved back to the running backs in 2006 and 2007. During his tenure, he developed a well-rounded group of runners and blockers who learned to recognize and identify various defensive schemes and blitzes. In 2007, two Suan-coached running backs were selected in the NFL Draft - Reagan Mauia and Nate Ilaoa. Mauia went in the sixth round to the Miami Dolphins, while Ilaoa was selected in the seventh round by the Philadelphia Eagles. Suan began his coaching career at Leilehua High School as an assistant for the junior varsity squad in 1975. He moved on to serve as an assistant football and basketball coach and head track coach at Waialua High School in 1976, where he stayed for four years. Suan took an assistant coaching job at Linfield in 1979, where he also served as assistant athletics director (1992-98). He stayed at Linfield for 19 years before returning to the islands. An avid golfer, Suan lives with his wife, Judy, and their two daughters, McKenzie and Madeline.

SMU grad and letterwinner Derrius Bell is in his second season on the SMU staff and his first as Defensive QC Coordinator. he served as SMU's Defensive Graduate Assistant. in 2012. Bell appeared in over 20 games for the Mustangs in his three seasons (2007-2009) before retiring from the game due to concussion concerns. He ended his career with 66 tackles and two interceptions. Bell, the son of Lady and Roy Bell, graduated from SMU in 2011.

TAM HOLLINGSHEAD DIRECTOR OF HIGH SCHOOL RELATIONS SIXTH SEASON SMU

Tam Hollingshead joined SMU’s football staff as the Director of High School Relations in 2008 after a storied career as a high school coach. Hollingshead, an SMU alumnus and former football letterman, came to SMU from Rockwall Heath, where he spent three seasons as head football coach. In his current role, Hollingshead organizes SMU’s football camps, assists with football operations and serves as the liaison with high school coaches throughout the state. Hollingshead has a long history in the Texas prep ranks, serving as head coach at Temple High School and Permian High School in addition to Rockwall Heath. He led Permian to the 1991 5A state championship and went 45-4-2 in his four seasons in Odessa. He then served as tight ends/specialists coach at Texas A&M for nine seasons (1994-2002), where he coached in six bowl games and helped the Aggies win the 1998 Big 12 championship. A 1975 SMU letterman, Hollingshead came to the Hilltop after a standout prep career which included earning All-State accolades and winning two state championships at Brownwood High School. He later earned a master’s from Sul Ross State. Hollingshead and his wife Barbara have three children – Amanda, Alek and Drew.

RANDY ROSS DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS SEVENTH SEASON ST. BERNARD Randy Ross is in his seventh year at SMU, where he serves as the Director of Football Operations. In that role, Ross wears a number of hats. He coordinates team travel, office management and administration, handles gameday responsibilities and serves as a liaison with athletics and university departments. Ross came to SMU after spending 17 seasons at Alabama, the last four as Director of Football Operations. He was an assistant coach from 1993-96 as well as Alabama’s recruiting coordinator from 1990-98. He then spent one season in UA’s development office before moving back to the football office in 2000 as the Director of High School Relations. He began his coaching career at Gaston (Ala.) High School before moving to Gadsden’s Southside High School in 1976. He then served as Southside’s head coach for nine seasons before moving on to coach at Scottsboro High from 1985-86. He moved on to Vanderbilt to tutor the quarterbacks as an assistant coach for three seasons before being lured to Alabama by Gene Stallings. A graduate of St. Bernard, Ross is married to the former Ann Lowe.

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DAVID MAUER GRADUATE ASSISTANT DEFENSE SECOND SEASON TEXAS TECH David Mauer is in his second season with SMU, his first as Defensive Graduate Assistant. Mauer also spent the 2012 season with the Mustangs as a member of the Special Teams Quality Control and Football Operations Support Staff. Prior to arriving on the Hilltop, Mauer spent three years (2010-12) as an NFL Scouting Intern with the Tennessee Titans. Mauer received his undergraduate degree from Texas Tech in 2009 and his M.S. in coaching and sport management from the United States Sports Academy in 2012. He is married to Hope Elizabeth Mauer.

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STEVE STIGALL ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS SEVENTH SEASON TEXAS Steve Stigall is in his seventh year on the Hilltop, where he serves as Assistant Director Of Football Operations. Prior to coming to SMU, Stigall served two years in the Texas football operations office. On the Hilltop, Stigall handles all aspects of on-campus recruiting, including the arrangement of lodging, meals, travel and visit itineraries. He also handles correspondence and monitors a recruiting management program for the SMU staff. Stigall holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Texas, where he was a three-year letterwinner and the Horns’ special teams MVP in 2004. He was also a four-time member of the Big 12 Honor Roll and a nominee for the 2004 Bobby Bowden Award. A native of Emory, Texas, Stigall is married to the former Kathy Hahn, who was a four-year volleyball letterwinner for the Horns, and the couple has two sons, Luke and Eli.

TIMMY CHANG GRADUATE ASSISTANT OFFENSE SECOND SEASON HAWAII

GRADUATE ASSISTANT OFFENSE SECOND SEASON SMU SMU grad Tommy Poynter is in his second season as SMU's Offensive Graduate Assistant. Poynter was a three-year letterwinner on the Hilltop (2006-08), starting on the offensive line. After walking on in 2004, Poynter earned a full scholarship. Poynter put on 50 lbs. his freshman year in order to play on the line, a position where the Mustangs needed help. Poynter received his undergraduate degree from SMU in May 2008 and a graduate degree in May of 2009. He is married to Emily Poynter.

MARCUS RILEY GRADUATE ASSISTANT DEFENSE SECOND SEASON FRESNO STATE Marcus Riley is in his second season as SMU's Defensive Graduate Assistant. Riley played collegiately at Fresno State under SMU Defensive Coordinator Tom Mason. Riley was selected the WAC Defensive Player of the Year in 2007 after ranking among the national leaders in tackles and tackles for-loss. Riley played in 39 games over four seasons at Fresno (2004-07). Riley recorded a total of 225 tackles, 21 tackles for-loss, 7.5 sacks, two interceptions and five forced fumbles Following graduation, Riley spent time in the NFL with the Chicago Bears, St. Louis Rams and Green Bay Packers and also played three seasons in the UFL.

Record-setting former Hawaii quarterback Timmy Chang is in his second season as SMU's Offensive Graduate Assistant. At SMU, Chang has been reunited with June Jones and quarterbacks coach Dan Morrison. At Hawaii, Chang was a four-time All-WAC selection, setting NCAA record by completing 1,388 of 2,436 passes (57.0 percent) for 17,072 yards. He also threw for 117 touchdowns. Chang was named MVP of the 2003 Hawaii Bowl and Co-MVP of the 2004 Hawaii Bowl and was a finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award in 2004. Following graduation, Chang was signed by the Arizona Cardinals as an undrafted free agent. He also spent time with the Detroit Lions, Philadelphia Eagles, Rhein Fire, Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

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track and wrestling – and also participated in rodeo competitions, riding bulls and roping cattle. He also enjoys combat sports and was a San Diego Golden Gloves boxing champion in 1991 and 1992 and the Hawaiian Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Champion in 2005. His parents, Rita and John, reside in Mililani, O’ahu, and he has two older brothers, John and Billy, and one older sister, Karen.

ALBERT VEYTIA Mel deLaura is in his fourth year as SMU's Head Strength & Conditioning Coach, having come to the Hilltop in February 2010. deLaura came to SMU from Hawai'i, where he served as the Warriors' strength & conditioning coach since 2000. On the Hilltop, deLaura oversees the strength & conditioning programs for all 17 varsity SMU sports with an emphasis on football. deLaura is well acquainted with SMU football coach June Jones, as the two have a relationship that dates back almost 25 years. deLaura and Jones met while attending UH before both transferred to Portland State. Upon completion of his eligibility, deLaura received free-agent contracts with the Atlanta Falcons and Washington Redskins. However, a leg injury prior to training camp in Atlanta ended his professional career before it began. Prior to his appointment at UH, deLaura coached at a high school and worked as a personal trainer for professional athletes in Oregon including NBA players Jerome Kersey and Kevin Duckworth. A former wide receiver, deLaura implements training techniques he has learned throughout the years. One particular technique he employs is plyometrics, which are exercises that improve jumping and quickness. deLaura earned his bachelor's degree in sports and recreation administration from Hawai`i Pacific University. He and his wife, Rene, have three children, Isaiah, Noah and Makaela.

EQUIPMENT MANAGER THIRD SEASON UTEP

Albert Veytia arrived on the Hilltop in the spring of 2011 with an extensive background as an equipment manager at both the collegiate and professional levels. Veytia was most recently head equipment manager at Kansas State, where he worked for two seasons, but his resume also includes a stop at North Texas, as well as stints with the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kansas City Chiefs and Jacksonville Jaguars and two stops in NFL Europe (Frankfurt, Germany and Barcelona, Spain). Veytia has also served as head equipment manager for the Birmingham Barracudas of the Canadian Football League. A graduate of UTEP, Veytia worked as a student manager for the Miners before joining the staff of the USFL’s Houston Gamblers, where he worked with SMU Coach June Jones.

TERRY GARDNER MIKE MORTON DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE 16TH SEASON PURDUE

Mike Morton is in his 16th season at SMU, having joined the Mustang staff in the fall of 1998. Morton is responsible for all football-related athletic training duties, including prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic-related injuries. In addition to providing health care for the football team, he is responsible for managing a staff of full-time assistant athletic trainers. Morton, his staff and team of physicians are responsible for providing care for nearly 500 student-athletes as well as performers from the Meadows School of Dance. In addition to his duties in Athletics, Morton also serves on the University's Commission on Substance Abuse Prevention. Morton began his education as a student athletic trainer at Purdue. He was awarded the Newell-Combs Scholarship for excellence in athletic training his senior year and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Athletic Training in May 1996. As part of his undergraduate study, Morton completed an internship with the Indianapolis Colts during the 1995 season. Following his time at Purdue, Morton moved on to Auburn, where he earned a Masters of Education in Higher Education Administration and Sports Administration. While completing his degree, Morton served as the graduate assistant athletic trainer for a Tiger baseball team that advanced to the 1997 College World Series and won the 1998 SEC Championship. A native of Churubusco, Ind., Morton is married to the former Michelle Gilbert and the couple has two daughters, Carys and Violet, and a son, Michael.

LOPAKA ORNELLAS VIDEO COORDINATOR SIXTH SEASON HAWAI'I

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT SEVENTH SEASON

Terry Gardner begins her sixth year at SMU as the administrative assistant for the head football coach. She is responsible for maintaining June Jones’ calendar and correspondence, as well as all other aspects of the day-to-day office operation. Gardner came to SMU after a decade as an executive assistant at companies in the Dallas area. Prior to that, she worked for Halliburton as a training coordinator. Gardner and her husband Bill have three children – Breanne Bishop, Allison Lough and Brady Bishop, as well as daughter-in-law Jenni Bishop and son-in-law Sean Lough. They also have one grandson, Kelby. Gardner has deep ties to SMU as her husband, father-in-law, two of her children, daughter in law and nephew are SMU grads.

SHAY TAYLOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT FOURTH SEASON SMU

Shay Taylor is in her fourth season as SMU’s receptionist and recruiting assistant. In this role, she is responsible for assisting the coaching staff and maintaining the front office. An SMU grad, Taylor spent four seasons as a student athletic trainer working with the football team as an undergrad. She holds a degree in Cinema-Television. After graduation, Taylor worked for two years at Fieldhouse USA in Frisco, Texas, as a Sports Specialist. She is currently in seeking an MS in Counseling Psychology from SMU. Shay also serves as a member of the SMU Letterman’s Board, as well as the Letterman’s Board Executive Committee. Her brother, Tyree Taylor, played linebacker at SMU in the late 90s and served as team captain in 1999.

Lopaka Ornellas is in his sixth season as SMU’s video coordinator, having spent the previous six years as video coordinator at Hawai'i. Ornellas was a walk-on on the Hawai'i football team from 1996 through 1999 and played for Fred vonAppen and June Jones. He lettered in four sports in high school – boxing, football,

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SMU ADMINISTRATION R. GERALD TURNER

PAUL ROGERS

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As the president of Southern Methodist University since 1995, R. Gerald Turner is leading an era of unprecedented progress during the centennial of the University's founding in 2011 and of its opening in 2015. Under his leadership, The Second Century Campaign, launched in September 2008, seeks resources for a dramatic increase in academic quality and impact. To date, it has raised $631 million toward a goal of $750 million in additional endowment for student scholarships, academic positions and programs, and the campus experience. The previous Campaign for SMU: A Time to Lead (1997-2002) raised more than $540 million for academic programs, scholarships, professorships and student life programs. A new strategic plan is guiding the University’s advancement, and a master plan is reshaping the physical profile of the campus, including property acquisition and 26 new or renovated facilities. Working with the SMU Board of Trustees, President Turner led the University’s efforts to attract the George W. Bush Presidential Center, which opened on the SMU campus in 2013. Beyond the campus, Gerald Turner is a member of the board of the American Council on Education and the National Association of independent Colleges and Universities, and he co-chairs the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. In Texas he serves on the boards of the Methodist Hospital Foundation, the Salvation Army of Dallas, and two publicly traded companies. Before joining SMU, President Turner was the chancellor of the University of Mississippi. A native of New Boston, Texas, he earned a B.S. degree in psychology from Abilene Christian University and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in psychology from The University of Texas at Austin. He and his wife, Gail, a native of Graham, Texas, have two married daughters. Angela, a professional opera singer, and husband Michael Wilson are the parents of Luke and Wyatt and live in Dallas; Jessica, an SMU alumna and professional actress, and husband Jeff Waugh are the parents of Abigail. They live in Boston, Massachusetts.

Paul Rogers, professor of law and the former dean of the SMU School of Law, is the University’s faculty athletic representative and helps represent the University with the American Athletic Conference and the NCAA. Rogers currently serves on the NCAA Amateurism Cabinet and is a member of the National Football Foundation’s Awards Committee. He is a former president of the Southwest Conference and also previously served on the NCAA Division I Academics/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet and the Executive Committee of the Division I-A Faculty Athletics Representative Association. In 1988, Rogers was the principal drafter of the University’s Manual of Governance for SMU Athletics and became the first chair of the SMU Athletic Council, which establishes academic and administrative policies for student-athletes at SMU. He continues to serve as a member of the council. Prior to joining the SMU law faculty in 1980, he served on the law faculty at Loyola University of Chicago. He previously practiced law in Pennsylvania. Dean Rogers has two degrees (B.A., J.D.) from the University of Texas at Austin and an LL.M. from Columbia University. Rogers served as dean of the School of Law from 1988-97. Earlier he served as associate dean for academic affairs at the Law School from 1982-86. He has co-authored a leading casebook on antitrust law, now in its fourth edition, and has written numerous articles on antitrust, regulated industries, contracts, commercial law, sports law, and legal history. An avid baseball historian, he has published four books and a number of articles dealing with the history of baseball. He currently serves on the board of the Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation in Ft. Worth, is former president of the board of directors of Dispute Mediation Services and is a former Trustee of the Dallas Bar Foundation. Dean Rogers is a fellow of the Dallas Bar, Texas Bar and the American Bar Foundations. A member of the American Law Institute, he also served as chair of the Ethics Oversight Committee for Dallas 2012 and is president of the Hall-Ruggles Chapter (Dallas-Fort Worth) of the Society of American Baseball Research. Rogers has three daughters, Heather Heck, Jillian Medders, and Ruthie Massey, and two grandsons, Baer Heck and Jonathan Van Auken, and a granddaughter, Bozlie Kate Heck.

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RICK HART DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Rick Hart is in his second year on the Hilltop, having been named SMU's Director of Athletics on July 16, 2012. Hart came to SMU after six years as Director of Athletics at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Hart's first year on the Hilltop was a successful one, as SMU won four conference championships and had 10 teams compete in postseason play. SMU also produced 14 All-Americans, four conference players of the year and four league coaches of the year. In the classroom, 186 SMU student-athletes were named to the conference Commissioner's Honor Roll and 29 Mustangs earned Commissioner's Academic Medals. Hart also developed and installed the Strategic Plan for SMU Athletics titled, "The SMU Advantage." The SMU Advantage consists of a departmental vision, mission, values and goals and focuses on a principle of S.P.I.R.I.T. (Service, Passion, Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork). At UTC, Hart transformed the Athletics Department into a model program. During his tenure, the Mocs captured 17 regular season and 22 tournament Southern Conference championships, more than any other SoCon school, and competed in numerous NCAA Championship events. Hart also guided UTC to strong NACDA Learfield Director's Cup finishes, with three of the Mocs' top-5 all-time NACDA Director's Cup finishes coming in his tenure. In addition, UTC captured its first Germann Cup in 2007-08, signifying the best all-around women's sports program in the Southern Conference. In the classroom, Moc student-athletes showed continuous improvement in overall grade point averages and tied the highest semester mark on record in the spring of 2012. In all, over half of the Mocs' student-athletes made the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in each of his last six semesters. Hart made fiscal stewardship a priority upon his arrival, and with his leadership and a commitment from the department as a whole, UTC Athletics made significant strides towards reducing the financial burden on the institution and adherence to university allocated budgets. Hart also focused his attention on strengthening the relationship between UTC and the local community, increasing the department's outreach efforts and cultivating relationships with local and national media. Hart has served as a member of the NCAA Division I Championship/Sports Management Cabinet, the FCS Athletics Directors Association Executive Committee and the NACDA Executive Committee. He has been active in the community and was a sought-

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after speaker among the area's many civic organizations. In addition to his selection as the Grand Marshal of the 2007 Region 4 Special Olympics, Hart was appointed to the Board of Directors with the March of Dimes - River Valley Division, the Greater Chattanooga Sports and Events Committee and the Finley Stadium Corporation. He also served as a member of the Chattanooga Downtown Rotary and the United Way of Greater Chattanooga Leadership Club. Hart arrived on the UTC campus after serving seven years at the University of Oklahoma in various athletics administrative capacities. Hart's career with the Sooners began in 1999 as the Director of Marketing and Licensing. He became Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Licensing in 2001, and developed and implemented marketing campaigns which generated annual ticket revenues in excess of $19.5 million. Hart was promoted to Associate Athletics Director for Program Advancement and Branding in 2003 and Senior Associate Athletics Director in 2006. Hart has also worked in athletics for the University of North Carolina and East Carolina University and has served with the U.S. Olympic Committee. A 1994 graduate of UNC, Hart earned a bachelor's degree in Physical Education, Health and Sport Science. Hart and his wife, Allison, also a graduate of North Carolina, are proud parents of Trevor and Caroline. A third-generation athletics administrator, Hart's father, Dave, currently serves as Director of Athletics at the University of Tennessee, and his late grandfather, Dave Sr., served in a variety of roles within collegiate athletics including a stint as the Commissioner of the Southern Conference from 1987-91.

MATT ROBERTS DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Matt Roberts joined the SMU staff as Deputy Director of Athletics in the fall of 2012. Roberts arrived on the Hilltop after eight-plus years at Oklahoma, where he served in a variety of roles, most recently as Associate A.D. for Development. At SMU, Roberts helps administer the day-to-day operations of the entire athletic department and serves as the administrative liaison for the football and men's basketball programs. He is also assisting in the implementation of the departmental strategic plan, and is involved with SMU's community engagement and customer service initiatives. At OU, Roberts' primary responsibility was the overall administration and leadership of the athletics development office, including oversight of the Sooner Club, major gift and endowment programs. Under his guidance, the Sooner Club set all-time highs in annual donations, culminating with $20.2 million in 2011 and a record $21 million in 2012. Membership numbers also hit an all-time high with 10,625 members during 2012. During his time, OU Athletics raised over $41 million in philanthropic gifts to support capital improvements and scholarship endowments. Most recently, Roberts has guided a $75 million capital campaign for the construction of a new athletics dormitory, Headington Hall. Other capital projects of note included the Gregg Wadley Tennis Pavilion, indoor batting cages for baseball and softball, as well as major renovations of McCasland Field House, Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Viersen Gymnastics Center, Charlie Coe Center, and the football and basketball locker rooms. In addition to his development duties, Roberts also served as sport administrator for men's and women's tennis as well as supervisor of the OU Tennis Club and Varsity O Association. Roberts began his time in Norman as the director of marketing, overseeing the staff and all its initiatives, setting attendance records for football and steering the marketing efforts that led to OU women's basketball ranking in the top three in national attendance. Prior to arriving in Norman, Roberts served as assistant director of marketing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. From 2001-2003, he coordinated the marketing for men's and women's soccer, women's basketball and men's and women's lacrosse. Before moving to marketing, Matt served one year in the UNC ticket office as the assistant ticket manager. A 1997 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Roberts holds a bachelor's degree in exercise and sports sciences. While at North Carolina, he was a walk-on pitcher for the Tar Heels and finished his college career as an undergraduate assistant coach, working with the Tar Heel pitching staff. He later attended Ohio University and earned a master's of sports administration in 1999. He and his wife, Amanda, were married in June of 2012.

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THE AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Not entirely unlike the nation that provides its namesake, the American Athletic Conference was born from an ideal in which members with ambitious goals are provided with the means to succeed in their quests for excellence. With roots that extend to three conferences, the American Athletic Conference membership in 2013 – its debut season – consists of 10 institutions: the University of Central Florida, the University of Cincinnati, the University of Connecticut, the University of Houston, the University of Louisville, the University of Memphis, Rutgers University, Southern Methodist University, the University of South Florida and Temple University. In 2014-15, East Carolina University, Tulane University and the University of Tulsa come aboard. The 2015-16 season sees the U.S. Naval Academy join the ranks in football only. The American, which operated as the Big East Conference from 1979 to 2013, will immediately take a place at the forefront of Division I athletics, with schools that have played in a combined five Bowl Championship Series games, won four NCAA men’s basketball titles since 1999, and won eight NCAA women’s basketball championships since 1995. Among the league’s 2013 members, seven of The American’s 10 football teams have been ranked in the top 13 in the BCS since 2006. Eight of the 10 teams have been in the BCS top 25 in that span. The 2013-14 membership will also include the most recent NCAA men’s basketball (Louisville) and women’s basketball (UConn) champions. The 2013 season will mark the final year of a six-year arrangement with ESPN that gives The American national exposure on ABC television and the ESPN family of networks. ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC will carry a minimum of 19 American home football games each season. Championship Week in December includes three American games on either ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. At least four American games are featured on ESPN’s Thursday-night package. In addition, ESPN Regional Television will continue to produce and distribute its Game of the Week package to a nationally syndicated audience, reaching more than 30 million homes. Most of these games also will be available as part of the ESPN GamePlan subscription service. Finally, a minimum of five home games will be carried on ESPNU. Following the 2013 football season, the American Athletic Conference enters new television partnerships with ESPN and CBS Sports which will give the conference unprecedented national exposure. The football portion of the contract, which begins in the 2014 season, calls for nearly 90 percent of conference-controlled games on national broadcast or national cable platforms. The first American Athletic Conference Football Championship, which will be played in 2015, will be carried either on ABC or ESPN on Championship Saturday. In men’s basketball, the new television deal calls for all conference-controlled games to be televised, with more than 63 percent slotted for national broadcast or national cable – a minimum of 107 games. The entire postseason tournament will be televised, including the championship game, which will be either on ABC or ESPN. Sixty percent of the American’s women’s basketball games will be carried on either national cable, regional sports networks or ESPN3. American Athletic Conference teams will have access to the pinnacle of college football’s postseason structure, both in the coming season and beyond. In 201314, the league champion will receive an automatic bid for the final edition of the Bowl Championship Series, including a spot in the VIZIO National Championship Game if it is ranked No. 1 or No. 2 in the final BCS standings. Moving forward, The American champion would be chosen for the College Football Playoff semifinals if it is among the top four teams following the regular season. Otherwise, the league would place its champion in either the Cotton Bowl, Fiesta Bowl or Peach Bowl if it is ranked higher than the champions of Conference USA, the Mid-American Conference, the Mountain West Conference and the Sun Belt Conference. The American has additional partnerships with a number of bowl games that match conference teams against opponents from the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big 12 Conference, the Southeastern Conference and Conference USA.

The Russell Athletic Bowl has the first selection of American teams after the conference’s BCS representative is determined. The Atlantic Coast Conference will provide the opposition for the Russell Athletic Bowl, which is played in Orlando, Fla. The American also is a partner with the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, N.C. Played in Bank of America Stadium, the Belk Bowl will select its American Athletic Conference participant after the Russell Athletic Bowl with the ACC again providing the opponent. The American and the Big 12 conferences partner for the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in New York City. In the event that the Big 12 is unable to send an eligible team to the New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Notre Dame could step in as the American team’s opponent. An American representative will face either an opponent from the Southeastern Conference or the Conference USA champion as part of arrangements with the BBVA Compass Bowl in Birmingham, Ala., and the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in Memphis. The league also holds a partnership with the Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl pairs the American representative against an opponent from Conference USA. The postseason lineup gives American Athletic Conference teams access to at least six postseason games. The American Athletic Conference administers to its membership from a state-of-the-art office located in Providence, R.I. The location of the conference headquarters – just steps from the city’s Amtrak station and 10 minutes from T.F. Green International Airport – gives the conference easy access to its member schools. The conference headquarters is equipped with a complete video production studio and small- and large-scale meeting rooms to accommodate the many coaches’ and administrators’ meetings held on-site each year.

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TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS AUG. 30, 2013

DALLAS, TEXAS  GERALD J. FORD STADIUM  ESPN

Location: Lubbock, Texas Stadium: Jones AT&T Stadium (60,454) Head Coach: Kliff Kingsbury SID: Blayne Beal Office Phone: 806-834-3345 Cell Phone: 806-790-7924 Press Row Phone: 806-742-3688 E-Mail: blayne.beal@ttu.edu Website: TexasTech.com

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TCU HORNED FROGS SEPT. 28, 2013

FT. WORTH, TEXAS  AMON G. CARTER STADIUM

Location: Ft. Worth, Texas Stadium: Amon Carter Stadium (45,000) Head Coach: Gary Patterson SID: Mark Cohen Office Phone: 817-257-5394 Cell Phone: 817-343-2017 Press Row Phone: 817-257-7981 E-Mail: m.cohen@tcu.edu Website: GoFrogs.com

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TEMPLE OWLS OCT. 26, 2013

DALLAS, TEXAS  GERALD J. FORD STADIUM

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field (68, 532) Head Coach: Matt Rhule SID: Cathy Bongiovi Office Phone: 215-204-1608 Cell Phone: 215-778-6814 Press Row Phone: 267-570-4453 E-Mail: cathyb@temple.edu Website: OwlSports.com

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USF BULLS NOV. 23, 2013

TAMPA, FLA.  RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM

Location: Tampa, Florida Stadium: Raymond James Stadium (65,000 plus) Head Coach: Willie Taggart SID: Jeremy Sharpe Office Phone: 813-974-4086 Cell Phone: 813-447-1040 Press Row Phone: 813-350-6225 E-Mail: jwsharpe@usf.edu Website: GoUSFBulls.com

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MONTANA STATE BOBCATS SEPT. 7, 2013

DALLAS, TEXAS  GERALD J. FORD STADIUM  ESPN3

Location: Bozeman, Montana Stadium: Bobcat Stadium (17,777) Head Coach: Rob Ash SID: Bill Lamberty Office Phone: 406.994.5133 Cell Phone: 406-580-6781 Press Row Phone: 406-994-6210 E-Mail: blamberty@msubobcats.com Website: MSUBobcats.com

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RUTGERS SCARLET KNIGHTS OCT. 5, 2013

DALLAS, TEXAS  GERALD J. FORD STADIUM

Location: Piscataway, New Jersey Stadium: High Point Solutions Stadium (52,454) Head Coach: Kyle Flood SID: Jason Baum Office Phone: 732-445-4200 Cell Phone: 201-966-6338 Press Row Phone: 732-445-7028 E-Mail: jbaum@scarletknights.com Website: ScarletKnights.com

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CINCINNATI BEARCATS NOV. 9, 2013

CINCINNATI, OHIO  CARSON FIELD AT NIPPERT STADIUM

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Stadium: Carson Field at Nippert Stadium (35,000) Head Coach: Tommy Tuberville SID: Ryan Koslen Office Phone: 513-497-3132 Cell Phone: 513-497-3132 Press Row Phone: 513-556-1010 E-Mail: ryan.koslen@uc.edu Website: GoBearCats.com

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HOUSTON COUGARS NOV. 29, 2013

HOUSTON, TEXAS  RELIANT STADIUM  ABC, ESPN or ESPN2

Location: Stadium: Head Coach: SID: Office Phone: Cell Phone: Press Row Phone: E-Mail: Website:

Houston, Texas Robertson Stadium (32,000) Tony Levine Jeff Conrad 713-743-9409 713-557-3841 713-743-0550 jaconrad@central.uh.edu UHCougars.com

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TEXAS A&M AGGIES SEPT. 21, 2013

COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS  KYLE FIELD

Location: College Station, Texas Stadium: Kyle Field (83,002) Head Coach: Kevin Sumllin SID: Alan Cannon Office Phone: 979-845-5725 Cell Phone: 979-777-4200 Press Row Phone: 979-845-4526 E-Mail: acannon@athletics.tamu.edu Website AggieAthletics.com

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MEMPHIS TIGERS OCT. 19, 2013

MEMPHIS, TENN.  LIBERTY BOWL

Location: Memphis, Tennessee Stadium: Liberty Bowl Memorial (61,000) Head Coach: Justin Fuente SID: Ron Mears Office Phone: 901-678-2397 Cell Phone: 832-969-1310 Press Row Phone: 901-272-0136 E-Mail: rmears@memphis.edu Website: GoTigersGo.com

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CONNECTICUT HUSKIES NOV. 16, 2013

DALLAS, TEXAS  GERALD J. FORD STADIUM

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East Hartford, Connecticut Rentschler Field (40,000) Paul Pasqualoni Mike Enright 860 486-3531 860-208-4756 860-610-4778 mike.enright@uconn.edu UConnHuskies.com

UCF KNIGHTS DEC. 7, 2013

DALLAS, TEXAS  GERALD J. FORD STADIUM

Location: Orlando, Florida Stadium: Bright House Networks Stadium (45,323) Head Coach: George O’Leary SID: Brain Ormiston Office Phone: 407-823-2409 Cell Phone: 407-920-1233 Press Row Phone: 407-882-0386 E-Mail: bormiston@athletics.ucf.edu Website: UCFAthletics.com


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AMERICAN CONFERENCE COMPOSITE SCHEDULE THURSDAY, AUGUST 29 Akron at UCF Towson at UConn Rutgers at Fresno State

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18

7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 30 Texas Tech at SMU Southern at Houston

8 p.m. 8:30 p.m.

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 Purdue at Cincinnati Temple at Notre Dame McNeese State at USF

Noon 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 Ohio at Louisville

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2013-14 BOWL SCHEDULE GILDAN NEW MEXICO BOWL

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19

Sat., Dec. 21 | 1 p.m. | Albuquerque, N.M. | MWC vs. Pac-12 | ESPN

UConn at Cincinnati * Brigham Young at Houston SMU at Memphis * Army at Temple

Sat., Dec. 21 | 2:30 p.m. | Las Vegas, Nev. | MWC vs. Pac-12 | ABC

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26

Sat., Dec. 21 | 8 p.m. | New Orleans, La. | C-USA vs. Sun Belt | ESPN

LAS VEGAS BOWL FAMOUS IDAHO POTATO BOWL Sat., Dec. 21 | 4:30 p.m. | Boise, Idaho | MAC vs. MWC | ESPN

R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL

UConn at UCF * Houston at Rutgers * Louisville at USF * Temple at SMU *

BEEF O’BRADY’S BOWL ST. PETERSBURG

Mon., Dec. 23 | 1 p.m. | St. Petersburg, Fla. | American vs. C-USA | ESPN

SHERATON HAWAII BOWL Tue., Dec. 24 | 7 p.m. | Honolulu, Hawaii | C-USA vs. MWC | ESPN

LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA BOWL

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30

Thu., Dec. 26 | 5 p.m. | Detroit, Mich. | Big Ten vs. MAC | ESPN

8 p.m.

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SAN DIEGO COUNTY CREDIT UNION POINSETTIA BOWL Thu., Dec. 26 | 8:30 p.m. | San Diego, Calif. | Army vs. MWC | ESPN

UCF at Florida International

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31 USF at Houston *

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 Cincinnati at Illinois Noon USF at Michigan State Noon Houston at Temple * Noon Eastern Kentucky at Louisville Noon Norfolk State at Rutgers Noon Duke at Memphis 4:30 p.m. Montana State at SMU 8 p.m.

ESPN2/ESPNU ESPN2/ESPNU ESPN Regional ESPN3 CBS SN ESPN3 ESPN3

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 Eastern Michigan at Rutgers 1 p.m. ESPN3 Fordham at Temple 1 p.m. ESPN3 UCF at Penn State 6 p.m. Big Ten Network Northwestern State at Cincinnati 7 p.m. ESPN3 Florida Atlantic at USF 7 p.m. ESPN3 Maryland at UConn 7:30 p.m. ESPN3 Louisville at Kentucky Memphis at Middle Tennessee CSS

Houston at Rice 1 3 p.m. Cincinnati at Miami Ohio Michigan at UConn Florida International at Louisville Arkansas State at Memphis Arkansas at Rutgers SMU at Texas A&M

MILITARY BOWL

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 Temple at Rutgers *

Fri., Dec. 27 | 1:30 p.m. | Annapolis, Md. | ACC vs. C-USA | ESPN Fri., Dec. 27 | 5 p.m. | Houston, Texas | Big 12 vs. Big Ten | ESPN

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8

KRAFT FIGHT HUNGER BOWL Fri., Dec. 27 | 8:30 p.m. | San Francisco, Calif. | BYU vs. Pac-12 | ESPN

NEW ERA PINSTRIPE BOWL

Louisville at UConn *

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Sat., Dec. 28 | 11 a.m. | Bronx, N.Y. | American vs. Big 12 | ESPN

BELK BOWL

Sat., Dec. 28 | 2:20 p.m. | Charlotte, N.C. | ACC vs. American | ESPN

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9

RUSSELL ATHLETIC BOWL

Houston at UCF * SMU at Cincinnati * Tennessee-Martin at Memphis

Sat., Dec. 28 | 5:45 p.m. | Orlando, Fla. | ACC vs. American | ESPN

BUFFALO WILD WINGS BOWL Sat., Dec. 28 | 9:15 p.m. | Tempe, Ariz. | Big 12 vs. Big Ten | ESPN

BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16

Mon., Dec. 30 | 10:45 a.m. | Fort Worth, Texas | MWC vs. Navy | ESPN

UCF at Temple * Cincinnati at Rutgers * UConn at SMU * Houston at Louisville * Memphis at USF *

FRANKLIN AMERICAN MORTGAGE MUSIC CITY BOWL Mon., Dec. 30 | 2:15 p.m. | Nashville, Tenn. | ACC vs. SEC | ESPN

VALERO ALAMO BOWL Mon., Dec. 30 | 5:45 p.m. | San Antonio, Texas | Big 12 vs. Pac-12 | ESPN

BRIDGEPOINT EDUCATION HOLIDAY BOWL Mon., Dec. 30 | 9:15 p.m. | San Diego, Calif. | Big 12 vs. Pac-12 | ESPN

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 FSN

ADVOCARE V100 INDEPENDENCE BOWL

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Rutgers at UCF *

Tue., Dec. 31 | 11:30 a.m. | Shreveport, La. | ACC vs. SEC | ESPN

7:30 p.m.

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AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL

Cincinnati at Houston * UConn at Temple * Memphis at Louisville * SMU at USF *

Tue., Dec. 31 | 3 p.m. | Memphis, Tenn. | C-USA vs. SEC | ESPN

CHICK-FIL-A BOWL Tue., Dec. 31 | 7 p.m. | Atlanta, Ga. | ACC vs. SEC | ESPN

TAXSLAYER.COM GATOR BOWL Wed., Jan. 1 | 11 a.m. | Jacksonville, Fla. | Big Ten vs. SEC | ESPN2

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29

South Carolina at UCF UConn at Buffalo Houston at Texas-San Antonio FSN SMU at TCU Miami (Fla.) at USF Temple at Idaho

HYUNDAI SUN BOWL Tue., Dec. 31 | 1 p.m. | El Paso, Texas | ACC vs. Pac-12 | CBS

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

HEART OF DALLAS BOWL

USF at UCF * SMU at Houston *

ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 ABC/ESPN/ESPN2

Wed., Jan. 1 | 11 a.m. | Dallas, Texas | Big Ten vs. C-USA | ESPNU

CAPITAL ONE BOWL Wed., Jan. 1 | 12 p.m. | Orlando, Fla. | Big Ten vs. SEC | ABC

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30

OUTBACK BOWL Wed., Jan. 1 | 12 p.m. | Tampa, Fla. | Big Ten vs. SEC | ESPN

Rutgers at UConn * Temple at Memphis *

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5

ROSE BOWL GAME Wed., Jan. 1 | 4 p.m. | Pasadena, Calif. | Pac-12 vs. Big Ten | ESPN

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5

UCF at Memphis * Cincinnati at USF * Louisville at Temple * Rutgers at SMU *

Louisville at Cincinnati *

7:30 p.m.

TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

ESPN

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 7:30 p.m.

ESPN

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 Temple at Cincinnati *

ESPN/ESPN2

SATURDAY,OCTOBER 12 USF at UConn * Memphis at Houston 2

8 p.m.

Cincinnati at Memphis *

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6

Rutgers at Louisville *

UCF at Louisville *

UCF at SMU * Memphis at UConn * USF at Rutgers * * American Athletic Conference game 1 Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas 2 BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston, Texas All times Eastern; all dates and times subject to change

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Wed., Jan. 1 | 7:30 p.m. | Glendale, Ariz. | Big 12 vs. BCS At-Large | ESPN

ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL Thu., Jan 2 | 7:30 p.m. | New Orleans, La. | SEC vs. BCS At-Large | ESPN

AT&T COTTON BOWL Fri., Jan. 3 | 7 p.m. | Arlington, Texas | Big 12 vs. SEC | FOX

DISCOVER ORANGE BOWL Fri., Jan. 3 | TBA | Miami Gardens, Fla. | ACC vs. BCS At-Large | ESPN

BBVA COMPASS BOWL

Sat., Jan. 4 | 12 p.m. | Birmingham, Ala. | American vs. SEC | ESPN

GODADDY.COM BOWL Sun., Jan. 5 | 8 p.m. | Mobile, Ala. | MAC vs. Sun Belt | ESPN

BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Mon., Jan. 6 | 7:30 p.m. | Pasadena, Calif. | BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2 | ESPN American bowls in bold; All dates and times (CT) are subject to change.

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2012 TEAM STATISTICS SCHEDULE & RESULTS (7-6, 5-3 C-USA) Date Sept. 2 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 18 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Opponent Score at Baylor L, 59-24 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN W, 52-0 TEXAS A&M L, 48-3 No. 15/14 TCU L, 24-16 at UTEP* W, 17-0 at Tulane* L, 27-26 HOUSTON* W, 72-42 MEMPHIS* W, 44-13 at UCF* L, 42-17 SOUTHERN MISS* W, 34-6 at Rice* L, 36-14 TULSA* W, 35-27 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Dec. 24 vs. Fresno State W, 43-10 Home games in bold; * - Indicates conference game

SCORING BY QUARTERS SMU Opponents

1st 60 58

2nd 135 104

3rd 86 89

Ja'Gared Davis

4th 116 83

Total 397 334

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net Punt Average KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Per Kick Net Kick Average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game

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SMU 397 30.5 249 92 141 16 1716 1959 243 400 4.3 132.0 22 3059 273-516-15 5.9 11.2 235.3 16 4775 916 5.2 367.3 30-692 21-205 21-557 23.1 9.8 26.5 19-8 67-518 39.8 71-2925 41.2 35.8 77-4838 62.8 49.2 33:09 78/199 39% 5/16 31% 24-158 120 49 18-29 0-2 (40-51) 78% (25-51) 49% (47-49) 96% 149042 7/21292

OPP 334 25.7 269 82 173 14 1533 1844 311 418 3.7 117.9 14 3616 300-540-21 6.7 12.1 278.2 27 5149 958 5.4 396.1 47-980 34-324 15-248 20.9 9.5 16.5 25-16 80-734 56.5 69-2779 40.3 36.7 66-4179 63.3 39.6 26:51 83/204 41% 9/26 35% 34-183 69 43 12-18 0-1 (29-39) 74% (25-39) 64% (38-41) 93% 145852 5/29170


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2012 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING LINE, Zach GILBERT, G. SEEKER, Luke WIMBLEY, R. DUGAL, Billy PRESTON, Conner TEAM Total Opponents

GP 13 13 10 10 13 3 5 13 13

Att 277 94 12 10 2 3 2 400 418

Gain 1325 529 60 31 6 8 0 1959 1844

Loss 47 183 0 4 0 7 2 243 311

Net 1278 346 60 27 6 1 -2 1716 1533

Avg 4.6 3.7 5.0 2.7 3.0 0.3 -1.0 4.3 3.7

TD 13 8 0 1 0 0 0 22 14

Long 33 74 12 5 6 8 0 74 57

PASSING GILBERT, G. PRESTON, Conner Total Opponents

G 13 3 13 13

Effic 105.49 189.68 107.12 120.53

Cmp-Att-Int 268-506-15 5-10-0 273-516-15 300-540-21

Pct 53.0 50.0 52.9 55.6

Yds 2932 127 3059 3616

TD 15 1 16 27

Lng 70 49 70 79

Avg/G 225.5 42.3 235.3 278.2

RECEIVING JOHNSON, Jeremy JOHNSON, Darius THOMPSON, D. LINE, Zach HOLMAN, Keenan FULLER, Austin DIETER, Gehrig JOSEPH, Darius LOFTIN, Cole WIMBLEY, R. WALKER, Ryan Total Opponents

G 13 11 13 13 12 13 9 10 10 10 9 13 13

No. 67 64 41 33 25 15 10 7 6 3 2 273 300

Yds 679 787 535 229 311 162 168 70 66 38 14 3059 3616

Avg 10.1 12.3 13.0 6.9 12.4 10.8 16.8 10.0 11.0 12.7 7.0 11.2 12.1

TD 3 5 4 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 16 27

Long 33 70 42 29 43 67 49 15 21 29 11 70 79

Avg/G 52.2 71.5 41.2 17.6 25.9 12.5 18.7 7.0 6.6 3.8 1.6 235.3 278.2

PUNT RETURNS POSTON, Blake ACKER, Kenneth JOHNSON, Darius WRIGHT, Darrian SMITH, Ryan GRAY, Jeremy POPE, Kevin Total Opponents

No. 7 6 4 1 1 1 1 21 34

Yds 34 84 38 6 2 2 39 205 324

Avg 4.9 14.0 9.5 6.0 2.0 2.0 39.0 9.8 9.5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 18 59 31 6 2 2 0 59 64

INTERCEPTIONS REED, Taylor JOYNER, Randall ACKER, Kenneth SMITH, Ryan DAVIS, Ja'Gared ROGERS, Cameron HANESS, Brett GREENBAUER, H. WRIGHT, Darrian SCOTT, Jay HUNT, Margus GRAY, Jeremy SANDERS, S. Total Opponents

No. 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 21 15

Yds 82 23 82 44 30 96 0 83 10 0 9 62 36 557 248

Avg 27.3 7.7 27.3 22.0 15.0 96.0 0.0 83.0 10.0 0.0 9.0 62.0 36.0 26.5 16.5

TD 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 8 1

Long 69 15 77 34 30 96 0 83 10 0 9 62 36 96 75

KICK RETURNS THOMPSON, D. LOFTIN, Cole POPE, Kevin RICHARDSON, H. JOHNSON, Darius Total Opponents

No. 16 8 3 2 1 30 47

Yds 411 190 55 19 17 692 980

Avg 25.7 23.8 18.3 9.5 17.0 23.1 20.9

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 49 45 27 14 17 49 63

FUMBLE RETURNS POPE, Kevin JOYNER, Randall FULLER, Austin DAVIS, Ja'Gared RANDOLPH, S. DAVIS, Aaron REED, Taylor ACKER, Kenneth Total Opponents

No. 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 8 2

Yds 22 8 6 34 9 23 9 0 111 74

Avg 11.0 8.0 6.0 34.0 9.0 23.0 9.0 0.0 13.9 37.0

TD 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1

Long 20 8 6 34 9 23 9 0 34 66

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Avg/G 98.3 26.6 6.0 2.7 0.5 0.3 -0.4 132.0 117.9

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2012 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS SCORING HOVER, Chase LINE, Zach GILBERT, G. JOHNSON, Darius THOMPSON, D. JOHNSON, Jeremy ACKER, Kenneth HOLMAN, Keenan REED, Taylor DAVIS, Ja'Gared JOSEPH, Darius DIETER, Gehrig SANDERS, S. WIMBLEY, R. WRIGHT, Darrian GREENBAUER, H. ROGERS, Cameron POPE, Kevin HUNT, Margus PARKS, Chris Total Opponents

TD 0 13 8 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 49 43

TOTAL OFFENSE GILBERT, G. LINE, Zach PRESTON, Conner SEEKER, Luke WIMBLEY, R. DUGAL, Billy TEAM Total Opponents

G 13 13 3 10 10 13 5 13 13

FGs 18-29 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 18-29 12-18

|--------------------- PATs ---------------------| Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points 47-49 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 101 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 78 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 48 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 47-49 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 397 38-41 0-0 1 1-2 0 0 334

Plays 600 277 13 12 10 2 2 916 958

Rush 346 1278 1 60 27 6 -2 1716 1533

Pass 2932 0 127 0 0 0 0 3059 3616

20-29 30-39 5-7 8-10

Total 3278 1278 128 60 27 6 -2 4775 5149

Avg/G 252.2 98.3 42.7 6.0 2.7 0.5 -0.4 367.3 396.1

FIELD GOALS HOVER, Chase

FGM-FGA 18-29

Pct 62.1

01-19 2-2

40-49 50-99 Lg 2-6 1-4 52

PUNTING LOFTUS, Mike HOVER, Chase SOTTA, Nick Total Opponents

No. 52 18 1 71 69

Yds 2177 709 39 2925 2779

Avg 41.9 39.4 39.0 41.2 40.3

Long 62 50 39 62 65

TB 2 1 0 3 2

FC 11 3 0 14 15

I20 12 2 0 14 28

Blkd 0 0 0 0 1

KICKOFFS LOFTUS, Mike Total Opponents

No. 77 77 66

Yds 4838 4838 4179

Avg 62.8 62.8 63.3

TB 29 29 35

OB 1 1 1

Retn

Net

YdLn

980 692

40.7 39.6

24 25

ALL PURPOSE LINE, Zach THOMPSON, D. JOHNSON, Darius JOHNSON, Jeremy GILBERT, G. HOLMAN, Keenan LOFTIN, Cole DIETER, Gehrig ACKER, Kenneth FULLER, Austin ROGERS, Cameron POPE, Kevin GREENBAUER, H. REED, Taylor JOSEPH, Darius WIMBLEY, R. GRAY, Jeremy SEEKER, Luke SMITH, Ryan SANDERS, S. POSTON, Blake DAVIS, Ja'Gared JOYNER, Randall RICHARDSON, H. WRIGHT, Darrian WALKER, Ryan HUNT, Margus DUGAL, Billy PRESTON, Conner TEAM Total Opponents

G 13 13 11 13 13 12 10 9 13 13 8 13 13 13 10 10 13 10 4 13 9 13 13 1 13 9 13 13 3 5 13 13

Rush 1278 0 0 0 346 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 0 60 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 -2 1716 1533

Rec 229 535 787 679 0 311 66 168 0 162 0 0 0 0 70 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 3059 3616

PR 0 0 38 0 0 0 0 0 84 0 0 39 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 34 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 205 324

Blk 3

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KOR 0 411 17 0 0 0 190 0 0 0 0 55 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 692 980

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 82 0 96 0 83 82 0 0 62 0 44 36 0 30 23 0 10 0 9 0 0 0 557 248

Tot 1507 946 842 679 346 311 256 168 166 162 96 94 83 82 70 65 64 60 46 36 34 30 23 19 16 14 9 6 1 -2 6229 6701

Avg/G 115.9 72.8 76.5 52.2 26.6 25.9 25.6 18.7 12.8 12.5 12.0 7.2 6.4 6.3 7.0 6.5 4.9 6.0 11.5 2.8 3.8 2.3 1.8 19.0 1.2 1.6 0.7 0.5 0.3 -0.4 479.2 515.5


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2012 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS |----------------Tackles----------------| Solo Ast Total

TFL/Yds

|--Sacks--| No-Yards

|------Pass Def------| Int-Yds BrUp

QBH

|-----Fumbles-----| Rcv-Yds FF

Blkd Kick

Saf

97

14.5-56

6.5-35

3-82

2

1

2-9

1

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41

93

3.0-5

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3-23

5

1

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2

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27

77

11.0-53

4.0-37

2-30

5

5

2-34

3

.

.

49

27

76

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.

1-0

10

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1-0

1

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50

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13

30

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5

.

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13

39

9

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.

7

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.

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GP

44

REED, Taylor

13

62

35

5

JOYNER, Randall

13

52

56

DAVIS, Ja'Gared

13

50

8

SCOTT, Jay

13

21

ACKER, Kenneth

13

23

SANDERS, S.

1

PARKS, Chris

93

DAVIS, Aaron

13

18

17

35

3.5-9

0.5-0

.

1

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1-23

.

2

.

91

PITTMAN, Torlan

13

21

13

34

2.5-3

.

.

1

2

1-0

.

.

.

92

HUNT, Margus

13

19

12

31

11.5-79

8.0-56

1-9

2

11

.

2

3

1

2G GREENBAUER, H.

13

17

10

27

0.5-1

.

1-83

2

.

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2

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.

90

GRENIER, Kevin

13

14

12

26

4.5-9

0.5-2

.

.

2

.

.

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.

12

WORTHEN, Cody

13

18

7

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1.0-2

.

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3P POPE, Kevin

13

10

10

20

.

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1

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20

SMITH, Ryan

4

10

8

18

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2

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1

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50

ROGERS, Cameron

8

9

9

18

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.

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1

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2

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28

RANDOLPH, S.

8

12

5

17

.

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.

4

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94

BARNES, Beau

11

9

7

16

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1.0-6

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2

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1R ROBINSON, Keith

13

10

5

15

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4

1

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.

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26

HANESS, Brett

8

10

2

12

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1-0

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.

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.

54

WRIGHT, Darrian

13

6

6

12

0.5-0

.

1-10

.

2

.

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2

YENGA, Jonathan

13

5

6

11

.

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.

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4

GRAY, Jeremy

13

9

1

10

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1-62

1

.

.

1

.

.

47

WOOD, Zach

9

5

4

9

0.5-1

0.5-1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

48

LINE, Zach

13

5

.

5

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

66

RILEY-AYERS, G.

6

4

.

4

1.0-6

1.0-6

.

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.

.

.

.

52

LASECKI, Taylor

13

2

2

4

.

.

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.

.

.

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.

.

5H HENDERSON, B.

13

3

1

4

2.0-9

1.0-7

.

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.

.

98

8

2

1

3

.

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.

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1

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.

SEALS, Robert

46

BORDANO, John

4

1

2

3

.

.

.

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.

.

.

.

.

11

GILBERT, G.

13

3

.

3

.

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.

.

.

.

.

.

.

9

WALKER, Ryan

9

2

1

3

.

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.

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.

.

.

17

POSTON, Blake

9

3

.

3

.

.

.

.

.

.

1

.

.

55

CONLEY, Spencer

5

2

1

3

1.5-2

.

.

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.

.

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.

.

7

THOMPSON, D.

13

2

.

2

.

.

.

.

.

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.

.

.

95

MCCLENEGHEN, A.

10

1

1

2

1.0-1

.

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.

.

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.

.

.

31

LONGORIA, Derek

8

.

2

2

0.5-1

.

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.

1

1-0

.

.

.

53

VOOSEN, Mark

13

2

.

2

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.

6

ROUNDTREE, D.

6

1

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1

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18

FULLER, Austin

13

.

1

1

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1-6

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.

33

WIMBLEY, R.

10

.

1

1

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72

GOTTSCHALK, Ben

12

1

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1

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42

HOVER, Chase

13

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1

1

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TM TEAM

5

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1

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Total

13

560

314

874

73-290

24-158

21-557

63

30

16-111

20

6

1

Opponents

13

507

302

809

74.0-261

34-183

15-248

52

38

8-74

12

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2012 GAME RECAPS 1 • Baylor 59, TEXAS SMU 24 SEPT. 2, 2012 • FLOYD CASEYGame STADIUM • WACO,

Sept. 2, 2012 • Floyd Casey Stadium • Waco, Texas

SMU BAYLOR

Game • SMU 52,•Stephen Austin 0 SEPT. 8, 2012 • GERALD J. FORD2 STADIUM DALLAS,F.TEXAS

24 59

Nick Florence threw for 341 yards and four touchdowns, Mike Hicks returned a fumble for a score and Baylor beat SMU 59-24 in the opener for both teams. The Mustangs’ Garrett Gilbert was 34 of 59 for 286 yards and two touchdowns in his first game since transferring from Texas. Zach Line rushed for 135 yards. SMU’s Darius Johnson couldn’t handle Gilbert’s pass at the goal line and the ball bounced high in the air. Hicks twice tipped the ball before Lackey intercepted it and returned it 23 yards. Three plays later, Florence hit a streaking Reese for a 50-yard TD pass that extended Baylor’s lead to 21-3 with 2:02 left in the first half. On the opening drive of the third quarter, Johnson caught a short pass and lost the ball just before hitting the ground. Hicks picked up the loose ball and ran 66 yards for a touchdown. Gilbert connected on five straight attempts, leading to Chase Hover’s 22-yard field goal in the second quarter. The junior threw scoring passes to Der’rikk Thompson and Jeremy Johnson in the second half. Scoring Summary SMU 0 BU 14 1st

11:18 6:27 2nd 12:52 2:02 0:00 3rd 10:22 6:11 2:39 1:58 4th 11:34 4:49 4:00 2:25

BU BU SMU BU BU BU BU BU SMU BU SMU BU SMU

3 10

7 21

14 14

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SMU 28 29-145 362 63-37-2 92-507 0-0 0-0 4-76 0-0 5-44.8 2-1 5-37 39:55 12-20 0-0 2-3 0-0

SFA SMU

24 59

BU 26 32-220 393 35-24-0 67-613 1-66 4-56 3-58 2-25 5-45.4 0-0 10-92 20:05 2-8 1-1 4-4 0-0

0 52

Zach Line got SMU off and running with a pair of rushing touchdowns in the second quarter and then the Mustangs’ defense and special teams took over, securing a 52-0 victory over Stephen F. Austin. After the teams battled to a scoreless tie at the end of the first quarter, Line scored on a 3-yard run and a 1-yard run. He finished with 60 yards on 19 carries. Kenneth Acker excelled for SMU on defense and special teams. He returned a blocked field-goal attempt 56 yards for a touchdown on the final play of the first half, and scored on a 77-yard interception return early in the fourth quarter. SMU intercepted seven passes and recovered three fumbles by Stephen F. Austin, returning one for a touchdown. SMU defensive end Margus Hunt set the NCAA career record with his ninth blocked FGA. The block was on a 23-yard FG attempt at 4:57 of the 1st quarter. Scoring Summary SFA 0 SMU 0

Sampson 6 yd pass from Florence (Jones kick) Najvar 5 yd pass from Florence (Jones kick) HOVER 22 yd FG Reese 50 yd pass from Florence (Jones kick) Jones 44 yd FG Hicks 66 yd fumble recovery (Jones kick) Salubi 9 yd run (Jones kick) Sampson 36 yd pass from Florence (Jones kick) THOMPSON 42 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) Martin 1 yd run (Jones kick) JOHNSON, J. 4 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) Stonum 37 yd pass from Petty (Lye kick) DIETER 40 yd pass from PRESTON (HOVER kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

Sept. 8, 2012 • Gerald J. Ford Stadium • Dallas, Texas

2nd 12:13 10:18 0:00 3rd 9:23 6:14 4th 14:55 13:12 10:46

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LINE 3 yd run (HOVER kick) LINE 1 yd run (HOVER kick) ACKER 56 yd blocked FG return (HOVER kick) HOLMAN 25 yd pass from GILBERT, G. (HOVER kick) DAVIS 34 yd fumble recovery (HOVER kick) HOVER 43 yd FG ACKER 77 yd INT return (HOVER kick) ROGERS 96 yd INT return (HOVER kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SFA 28 26-75 377 74-42-7 100-452 0-0 4-10 5-92 1-0 7-29.7 5-3 7-56 27:00 9-22 0-2 0-2 3-22

SMU 17 29-72 256 41-21-1 70-328 1-34 2-24 1-19 7-232 7-36.0 2-2 10-86 33:00 3-13 0-1 2-2 2-12

RUSHING: SFA-Gentry, Doug 10-57; Lawson, Keith 3-19; Barnes, Jeremy 4-19; Johnson, Gus 4-9; Brooks, Mike 1-minus 5; Attaway, Brady 1-minus 7; Minden, Joe 3-minus 17. SMU-LINE, Zach 19-60; SEEKER, Luke 4-25; PRESTON, Conner 2-2; WIMBLEY, R. 1-1; DUGAL, Billy 1-0; GILBERT, G. 2-minus 16.

RUSHING: SMU-LINE, Zach 25-135; WIMBLEY, R. 2-6; GILBERT, G. 2-4. Baylor-Salubi, Jarred 13-91; Martin, Glasco 10-50; Seastrunk, L. 3-39; Florence, Nick 3-24; Petty, Bryce 2-8; Williams, T. 1-8. PASSING: SMU-GILBERT, G. 34-59-2-286; PRESTON, Conner 3-4-0-76. Baylor-Florence, Nick 21-30-0-341; Petty, Bryce 3-5-0-52.

PASSING: SFA-Minden, Joe 23-38-3-193; Attaway, Brady 19-36-4-184. SMU-GILBERT, G. 19-36-1-205; PRESTON, Conner 2-5-0-51. RECEIVING: SFA-Roberson, Corde 10-76; Ward, DJ 7-87; Brooks, Mike 7-46; Crawford, Graly 5-42; Foster, Anthony 3-18; Lott, Kris 2-29; Thomas, Aaron 2-27; Gambel, Ryan 2-26; Mosley, Marquis 1-20; Hadnot, Calib 1-14; Lawson, Keith 1-9; Johnson, Gus 1-0; Gentry, Doug 1-minus 3. SMU-HOLMAN, Keenan 5-88; JOHNSON, Jeremy 4-46; LINE, Zach 4-39; THOMPSON, D. 3-13; LOFTIN, Cole 2-8; DIETER, Gehrig 1-49; WALKER, Ryan 1-11; WIMBLEY, R. 1-2.

RECEIVING: SMU-JOHNSON, Jeremy 9-76; JOHNSON, Darius 9-58; THOMPSON, D. 5-88; LINE, Zach 5-21; DIETER, Gehrig 3-64; HOLMAN, Keenan 3-16; WIMBLEY, R. 2-36; WALKER, Ryan 1-3. Baylor-Williams, T. 7-138; Sampson, Lanear 5-69; Norwood, Levi 4-55; Reese, Tevin 2-68; Stonum, Darryl 2-41; Goodley, Antwan 2-6; Monk, Jerod 1-11; Najvar, Jordan 1-5.

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2012 GAME RECAPS GameSTADIUM 3 • Texas •A&M 48, SMU 3 SEPT. 15, 2012 • GERALD J. FORD DALLAS, TEXAS

Sept. 15, 2012 • Gerald J. Ford Stadium • Dallas, Texas

TEXAS A&M SMU

Game 4 • TCU•24, SMU 16 SEPT. 29, 2012 • GERALD J. FORD STADIUM DALLAS, TEXAS

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Quarterback Johnny Manziel accounted for 418 total yards and six touchdowns as Texas A&M beat SMU 48-3. Chase Hover kicked a 25-yard field goal in the third quarter for SMU’s only points. SMU’s Zach Line rushed for 104 yards for his 17th career 100-yard game, and Margus Hunt blocked his 16th career kick - which is second all-time in NCAA history. Scoring Summary A&M 0 SMU 0 2nd 3rd

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A&M A&M A&M A&M SMU A&M A&M A&M

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Swope 29 yd pass from Manziel (Bertolet kick) Manziel 48 yd run (PAT blocked) Nwachukwu 26 yd pass from Manziel (Bertolet kick) McNeal 42 yd pass from Manziel (Bertolet kick) HOVER, Chase 25 yd FG Manziel 15 yd run (Bertolet kick) Nwachukwu 12 yd pass from Manziel (Bertolet kick) Trey Williams 2 yd run (Bertolet kick)

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SMU 28 42-225 380 45-28-0 87-605 6-106 2-30 1-0 5-44.6 2-0 9-85 28:06 12-20 0-1 3-4 4-22

Sept. 29, 2012 • Gerald J. Ford Stadium • Dallas, Texas

A&M 17 25-106 203 49-23-1 74-309 1-2 3-43 0-0 10-39.0 2-0 4-30 31:54 3-18 0-2 1-2 2-9

RUSHING: Texas A&M-Johnny Manziel 13-124; Trey Williams 12-42; Ben Malena 8-34; Brice Dolezal 6-22; L. Williams 1-3; Matt Joeckel 1-1; TEAM 1-minus 1. SMU-LINE, Zach 16-104; SEEKER, Luke 2-6; GILBERT, G. 7-minus 4. PASSING: Texas A&M-Johnny Manziel 20-36-0-294; Jameill Showers 6-7-0-76; Matt Joeckel 2-2-0-10. SMU-GILBERT, G. 23-49-1-203. RECEIVING: Texas A&M-Mike Evans 6-123; Ryan Swope 5-70; Thomas Johnson 4-32; Malcome Kennedy 3-21; Nehemiah Hicks 3-19; Kenric McNeal 2-55; Uzoma Nwachukwu 2-38; Trey Williams 1-16; L. Williams 1-5; Nate Askew 1-1. SMU-HOLMAN, Keenan 5-52; JOHNSON, Darius 5-52; LINE, Zach 5-35; THOMPSON, D. 3-30; DIETER, Gehrig 3-21; JOSEPH, Darius 1-8; JOHNSON, Jeremy 1-5.

TCU SMU

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Casey Pachall threw two touchdown passes, Jason Verrett had two interceptions and No. 15 TCU defeated SMU, 24-16, in the DFW Duel presented by StateFarm. TCU regained the Iron Skillet trophy, which goes to the winner of the Dallas-Fort Worth rivalry. The game was played in a heavy rainstorm. The rain picked up in intensity around kickoff and never relented as the game progressed. SMU quarterback Garrett Gilbert was 15-of-40 for 190 yards and a touchdown. Running back Zach Line recorded 44 yards rushing on 15 carries including a highlight reel 21-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Scoring Summary TCU 14 SMU 0 1st

5:27 2:24 2nd 9:26 2:11 0:44 4th 14:17 2:08

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Brown 10 yd pass from Pachall (Oberkrom kick) Tucker 2 yd pass from Pachall (Oberkrom kick) LINE 21 yd run (HOVER kick) Tucker 4 yd run (Oberkrom kick) HOVER 29 yd FG Oberkrom 43 yd FG THOMPSON 29 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick failed)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU 11 47-54 102 28-12-0 75-156 1-11 2-69 2-94 5-53 7-42.3 4-2 13-140 35:34 7-21 0-4 3-4 4-20

SMU 12 22-30 190 40-15-5 62-220 2-14 2-9 2-70 0-0 7-36.3 2-1 10-92 24:26 3-14 0-2 1-2 2-19

RUSHING: TCU-Tucker, Matthew 18-56; Dean, Aundre 10-26; Boykin, Trevone 4-14; Catalon, B.J. 3-10; Sanders, L. 1-1; Pachall, Casey 8-minus 4; Perry, Ethan 1-minus 18; TEAM 2-minus 31. SMU-LINE, Zach 15-44; GILBERT, G. 7-minus 14. PASSING: TCU-Pachall, Casey 10-26-0-107; Patterson, Cale 1-1-0-minus 4; Boykin, Trevone 1-1-0-minus 1. SMU-GILBERT, G. 15-40-5-190. RECEIVING: TCU-Boyce, Josh 3-42; Carter, Brandon 3-18; Brown, LaDarius 2-9; Dawson, Skye 1-30; Catalon, B.J. 1-5; Tucker, Matthew 1-2; Fuller, Corey 1-minus 4. SMU-JOHNSON, Darius 5-43; JOHNSON, Jeremy 4-62; THOMPSON, D. 3-50; HOLMAN, Keenan 1-15; LOFTIN, Cole 1-13; LINE, Zach 1-7.

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2012 GAME RECAPS • SMU 17, UTEP 0 OCT. 6, 2012 • SUN BOWL • ELGame PASO,5TEXAS

Oct. 6, 2012 • Sun Bowl • El Paso, Texas

SMU UTEP

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Ja’Gared Davis stepped in front of a Nick Lamaison pass and returned it 30 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter to help lead SMU to a 17-0 victory over UTEP. Davis’ touchdown came with 1:52 remaining in the first half. It was the last score of the night for SMU and was one of three forced turnovers by the Mustangs’ defense. Zach Line barely missed his chance at a 17th career 100-yard rushing game as a Mustang, but was still a workhorse for SMU with 84 yards on 25 carries. Garrett Gilbert completed 22 of 44 passes for 234 yards and a touchdown, finding Darius Johnson on a 40-yard strike at the 9:42 mark in the second quarter. Johnson had five catches for 82 yards including the score. Defensive End Margus Hunt blocked a UTEP field goal attempt in the third quarter, extending his NCAA career record for blocked FG to 10. The shutout was the second of the season for SMU. The Mustangs blanked Stephen F. Austin, 52-0 on Sept. 8 at Ford Stadium. Scoring Summary SMU 3 UTEP 0 1st 2nd

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0:55 SMU HOVER 19 yd FG 9:42 SMU JOHNSON, D. 40 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) 1:52 SMU DAVIS, J. 30 yd INT return (HOVER kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SMU 22 36-138 234 44-22-1 80-372 0-0 4-4 0-0 3-38 6-48.3 1-0 3-25 37:05 8-19 1-1 1-4 1-3

UTEP 13 30-107 178 39-16-3 69-285 0-0 2-18 3-71 1-0 6-37.8 0-0 2-25 22:55 5-15 0-3 0-1 1-7

Tulane began its next drive on its own 32 but quickly advanced to the SMU 16 behind two deep passes from Griffin. Griffin and Kelley then linked up for their second touchdown, a 16-yard strike that put Tulane ahead with 35 seconds left. SMU’s Zach Line rushed for a season-high 177 yards 28 carries. Scoring Summary SMU 3 Tulane 10 1st

12:07 6:31 0:22 2nd 9:28 2:13 0:00 3rd 3:42 4th 14:18 9:11 1:22 0:35

TLN SMU TLN SMU TLN TLN SMU SMU SMU SMU TLN

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KELLEY 31 yd pass from GRIFFIN (SANTOS kick) HOVER 27 yd FG SANTOS 44 yd FG HOVER 22 yd FG EDWARDS 79 yd pass from GRIFFIN (SANTOS kick) SANTOS 35 yd FG HOVER 52 yd FG JOHNSON 2 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) JOSEPH 7 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) HOVER 19 yd FG KELLEY 16 yd pass from GRIFFIN (SANTOS kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SMU 29 38-196 275 51-25-1 89-471 0-0 3-14 3-83 0-0 3-43.7 0-0 6-34 40:17 6-16 0-2 5-6 1-4

TLN 13 16-40 302 32-17-0 48-342 0-0 2-30 4-83 1-37 7-39.1 1-1 6-67 19:43 3-11 0-0 2-3 3-24

RUSHING: SMU-LINE, Zach 28-177; GILBERT, G. 10-19. Tulane-DARKWA, Orleans 5-18; BUTLER, Dante 3-13; KELLEY, Rob 4-6; GRIFFIN, Ryan 3-2; ROUNDS, Josh 1-1. PASSING: SMU-GILBERT, G. 25-51-1-275. Tulane-GRIFFIN, Ryan 17-32-0-302. RECEIVING: SMU-JOHNSON, Jeremy 11-106; JOSEPH, Darius 5-54; THOMPSON, D. 3-54; LINE, Zach 3-27; DIETER, Gehrig 2-19; GRAY, Jeremy 1-15. Tulane-KELLEY, Rob 4-64; RUSH, Xavier 3-55; SHACKLEFORD, J. 3-43; EDWARDS, Marc 2-96; DARKWA, Orleans 2-1; GRANT, Ryan 1-28; LONDON, Sydie 1-11; MARFISI, Matt 1-4.

RUSHING: SMU-LINE, Zach 25-84; SEEKER, Luke 4-28; WIMBLEY, R. 3-15; DUGAL, Billy 1-6; GILBERT, G. 3-5. UTEP-JEFFERY, Nathan 20-67; LAMAISON, Nick 6-28; EDWARDS, M. 1-9; MEGER, Carson 1-5; DOWELL, L. 1-0; GOLDEN, Autrey 1-minus 2.

Game 7 • SMU•72, Houston 42 OCT. 18, 2012 • GERALD J. FORD STADIUM DALLAS, TEXAS

Oct. 18, 2012 • Gerald J. Ford Stadium • Dallas, Texas

HOUSTON SMU

PASSING: SMU-GILBERT, G. 22-44-1-234. UTEP-LAMAISON, Nick 9-23-2-131; MEGER, Carson 7-16-1-47. RECEIVING: SMU-JOHNSON, Jeremy 8-76; JOHNSON, Darius 5-82; HOLMAN, Keenan 5-47; THOMPSON, D. 2-17; LINE, Zach 2-12. UTEP-LESLIE, Jordan 7-80; PATTERSON, D. 2-45; WENRICK, Craig 2-21; TRAIL, Malcolm 2-7; TOMLINSON, Eric 1-11; EDWARDS, M. 1-9; NEBOH, Felix 1-5. Game 6 • Tulane 27, SMU 26 Oct. 13, 2012 • The Superdome • New Orleans, La.

OCT. 13, 2012 • THE SUPERDOME • NEW ORLEANS, LA.

SMU TULANE

3 10

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Ryan Griffin returned from a shoulder injury to throw for 302 yards and three TDs as Tulane shocked SMU 27-26. Griffin, who missed the last three games, completed 17 of 32 passes and threw touchdown passes of 31, 79 and 16 yards. His first touchdown gave Tulane a 7-0 lead and his second helped the Green Wave jump ahead 20-6 at halftime. SMU’s offense picked up after halftime, scoring 20 consecutive points behind two Chase Hover field goals and two Garrett Gilbert touchdowns. Hover’s second field goal, a 19-yarder, gave the Mustangs a 26-20 lead with 1:22 remaining.

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Garrett Gilbert threw four scoring passes, and SMU returned three of its six interceptions for touchdowns and scored on a fumble return in a 72-42 victory over Houston. The 72 points were an SMU record. SMU’s previous scoring high was a 70-0 victory over Daniel Baker on Sept. 25, 1920. Gilbert was 23-of-38 for 265 yards with two interceptions for the Mustangs (3-4, 2-1 Conference USA), and Zach Line ran for 113 yards and two scores. Darius Johnson led SMU in receiving with nine catches for 110 yards, Jeremy Johnson had nine receptions for 94 yards and a score, and Keenan Holman caught a 43-yard TD pass. Taylor Reed, Darrian Wright and Stephon Sanders returned interceptions for touchdowns and Kevin Pope scored on the fumble return. Crawford Jones, David Piland and Bram Kohlhausen each threw two interceptions for Houston. SMU’s nine takeaways ties for second in a game in team history. The Mustangs lead the nation with 25 total takeaways on the year. SMU had 384 yards of total offense and Houston finished with 560. The Mustangs’ 10 touchdowns were a school record. Scoring Summary Houston 7 SMU 14

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11:54 8:22 5:05 2nd 14:56 1:40 1:03 3rd 14:54 12:22 12:03 9:26 5:04 2:52 1:43 4th 14:14 13:28 4:36 3:39

SMU UH SMU UH SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU UH UH SMU SMU UH UH SMU SMU

JOHNSON, D. 8 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) SIMS 1 yd run (HOGAN kick) LINE 12 yd run (HOVER kick) SIMS 2 yd run (HOGAN kick) JOHNSON, J. 18 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) REED 7 yd INT return (HOVER kick) POPE 20 yd fumble recovery (HOVER kick) HOVER 35 yd FG WRIGHT 10 yd INT return (HOVER kick) SIMS 24 yd pass from JONES, Crawford (HOGAN kick) SPENCER 7 yd pass from JONES (HOGAN kick) HOLMAN 43 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) JOHNSON, D. 24 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) SIMS 49 yd pass from JONES, Crawford (HOGAN kick) HAYDEN 75 yd INT return (HOGAN kick) LINE 4 yd run (HOVER kick) SANDERS 36 yd INT return (HOVER kick failed)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UH 30 33-115 445 65-34-6 98-560 0-0 3--8 7-136 2-83 3-48.3 3-3 9-73 28:26 12-21 2-4 3-4 1-2

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6:25 4:14 2:29 2nd 10:41 5:40 0:32 3rd 8:20 5:44 4th 10:57 9:21 1:27

SMU SMU SMU UM SMU UM UM SMU SMU SMU SMU

HOVER 39 yd FG LINE 5 yd run (HOVER kick) HOVER 30 yd FG HAYES 36 yd run (SPURLOCK kick) HOVER 32 yd FG HENRIQUES 45 yd FG SPURLOCK 39 yd FG GILBERT 2 yd run (HOVER kick) GILBERT 10 yd run (HOVER kick) THOMPSON 37 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) WIMBLEY 4 yd run (HOVER kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

SMU 20 26-119 265 38-23-2 64-384 1-20 1-10 2-64 6-64 5-47.4 0-0 2-30 31:28 8-15 1-1 5-6 3-25

PASSING: Memphis-KARAM, Jacob 8-17-0-85. SMU-GILBERT, G. 25-35-0-353. RECEIVING: Memphis-MALONE, Keiwone 3-33; CROSS, Alan 2-35; HAYES, Brandon 2-12; JONES, Tevin 1-5. SMU-JOHNSON, Darius 9-141; JOHNSON, Jeremy 6-66; HOLMAN, Keenan 3-37; LINE, Zach 3-23; THOMPSON, D. 2-52; LOFTIN, Cole 2-34. 9 • UCF 42, SMU 17 NOV. 3, 2012 • BRIGHT HOUSE Game NETWORKS STADIUM • ORLANDO, FLA.

Nov. 3, 2012 • Bright House Networks Stadium • Orlando, Fla.

SMU UCF

PASSING: Houston-JONES, Crawford 17-33-2-252; PILAND, David 15-25-2-180; KOHLHAUSEN, B. 2-7-2-13. SMU-GILBERT, G. 23-38-2-265. RECEIVING: Houston-SIMS, Charles 7-114; SPENCER, Daniel 7-96; GREENBERRY, D. 6-94; PEACE, Dewayne 4-41; McDUFFEY, Larry 3-50; FARROW, Kenneth 3-16; ROS, Shane 2-24; WELFORD, B. 2-10. SMU-JOHNSON, Darius 9-110; JOHNSON, Jeremy 9-94; LINE, Zach 2-0; HOLMAN, Keenan 1-43; LOFTIN, Cole 1-11; THOMPSON, D. 1-7. Game 8 • SMU 44, Memphis, 13 Oct. 27, 2012 • Gerald J. Ford Stadium • Dallas, Texas

OCT. 27, 2012 • GERALD J. FORD STADIUM • DALLAS, TEXAS

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Garrett Gilbert threw for 353 yards and a touchdown and ran for two more scores to lead SMU past Memphis, 44-13. GIlbert scored on a short run after Memphis had pulled within three in the third quarter, and his 10-yard scramble put the Mustangs up 30-13 in the fourth. Zach Line rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown for SMU. Darius Johnson had 141 receiving yards. Trailing 16-13 after a 13-play field goal drive, Memphis sacked Gilbert on SMU’s first play of the second half, but on the next snap, Johnson turned a short pass from Gilbert into a 70-yard gain, and Gilbert stretched across the goal line on third-and-goal from the 2. Scoring Summary Memphis 0 SMU 13

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SMU 24 34-134 353 35-25-0 69-487 2-11 1-59 1-28 0-0 1-39.0 3-1 0-0 35:30 5-10 0-1

RUSHING: Memphis-HAYES, Brandon 9-55; STEIB, Jai 9-29; MATHEWS, Eric 6-21; KARAM, Jacob 7-12. SMU-LINE, Zach 23-127; WIMBLEY, R. 4-5; GILBERT, G. 7-2.

RUSHING: Houston-SIMS, Charles 17-54; WELFORD, B. 1-31; PILAND, David 5-18; FARROW, Kenneth 3-9; JONES, Crawford 6-2; JACKSON, Ryan 1-1. SMU-LINE, Zach 22-113; GILBERT, G. 2-8; TEAM 2-minus 2.

MEMPHIS SMU

UM 9 31-117 85 17-8-0 48-202 0-0 0-0 6-108 0-0 7-47.7 3-2 5-50 24:30 4-13 0-0

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JLatavius Murray rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns and caught another score as UCF defeated SMU 42-17. Quarterback Blake Bortles also accounted for three touchdowns -- two through the air and one on the ground -- to help the Knights secure their fifth straight victory. SMU, which entered with the league’s top-rated rushing defense, closed within four points in the second quarter, but never found consistency on either side of the ball. After posting a career passing effort in last week’s win over Memphis, SMU quarterback Garrett Gilbert was sacked three times and never got into a rhythm.SMU’s offense entered the game with some momentum, but the Knights’ defense kept the junior off balance throughout. Gilbert and Zach Line both had rushing scores. Line finished with 96 yards on 21 carries, his longest run of the game a 20-yard burst in the first half. Line did move into second on the SMU all-time career rushing list, passing former great Reggie Dupard who had 3,772 career yards. Line enters next week contest with 3,847 career rushing yards. Former Mustang great Eric Dickerson holds the school record with 4,432 yards on the ground. SMU rode Line on the ground as much as it could and kept the game close early. But the Mustangs went three-and-out on three of their six drives of the opening 24 minutes. Gilbert did cap a solid, 15-play drive with a 4-yard rushing score to close the gap briefly at 14-10 midway through the second quarter. It was overshadowed, though, by two other long drives that ended in a punt and field goal. The Mustangs’ special teams also had a miscue, with Kenneth Acker muffing a punt early in the second quarter. It was recovered by UCF and set up Murray’s first rushing score of the game. Scoring Summary SMU 3 UCF 7

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5:39 1:18 2nd 13:57 6:41 2:57 3rd 12:06 7:30 4th 7:37 0:30

UCF SMU UCF SMU UCF UCF UCF UCF SMU

HALL 21 yd pass from BORTLES (MOFFITT kick) HOVER 32 yd FG MURRAY 23 yd run (MOFFITT kick) GILBERT 4 yd run (HOVER kick) MURRAY 20 yd run (MOFFITT kick) BORTLES 10 yd run (MOFFITT kick) MURRAY 28 yd pass from GODFREY (MOFFITT kick) PERRIMAN 18 yd pass from BORTLES (MOFFITT kick) GILBERT 12 yd run (HOVER kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SMU 16 31-126 133 29-16-0 60-259 0-0 1-4 5-120 0-0 5-43.6 2-1 7-53 32:51 7-14 0-1 3-3 0-0

UCF 25 39-241 155 17-12-0 56-396 0-0 3-29 2-58 0-0 2-42.5 2-1 2-20 27:09 7-10 0-0 3-4 3-12

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PASSING: Southern Miss-CAMPBELL, Chris 8-18-2-93; WEEKS, Cole 4-10-0-30; ALFORD, Anthony 2-3-0-4. SMU-GILBERT, G. 27-43-0-249; PRESTON, Conner 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Southern Miss-BRIGGS, Chris 4-33; SIMS, Justin 3-23; SULLIVAN, D. 2-26; LAMPLEY, Tracy 2-23; PIERCE, Quentin 1-11; HARRINGTON, C. 1-9; RICHARD, Jalen 1-2. SMUJOHNSON, Jeremy 8-97; THOMPSON, D. 8-66; FULLER, Austin 7-59; JOHNSON, Darius 4-27. Game 11 • Rice 36, SMU 14 Nov. 17, 2012 • Rice Stadium • Houston, Texas

NOV. 17, 2012 • RICE STADIUM • HOUSTON, TEXAS

SMU RICE

PASSING: SMU-GILBERT, G. 16-29-0-133. UCF-BORTLES, Blake 10-15-0-110; GODFREY, Jeff 1-1-0-28; CALABRESE, Rob 1-1-0-17. RECEIVING: SMU-JOHNSON, Darius 6-46; LINE, Zach 4-51; JOHNSON, Jeremy 3-15; HOLMAN, Keenan 2-13; THOMPSON, D. 1-8. UCF-MURRAY, L. 2-41; TUKES, Justin 2-30; HALL, Rannell 2-22; MCDUFFIE, Q. 2-20; GODFREY, Jeff 2-7; PERRIMAN, B. 1-18; REESE, Josh 1-17. • SMU 34, SouthernTEXAS Miss 6 NOV. 10, 2012 • GERALD J.Game FORD10 STADIUM • DALLAS,

Nov. 10, 2012 • Gerald J. Ford Stadium • Dallas, Texas

SOUTHERN MISS 6 SMU 34

Garrett Gilbert ran for two touchdowns and passed for another, leading SMU to a 34-6 victory over Southern Miss. Gilbert had scoring runs of 36 and 19 yards and hit Darius Johnson for a 9-yard score. He rushed for 94 yards and was 27 of 43 passing for 249 yards. Zach Line added 92 yards rushing and a touchdown for the Mustangs. It was the 41st career touchdown for Line, who ranks second on the school’s all-time rushing list behind Eric Dickerson. Line’s big night put him over 1,000 yards rushing on the year. With that mark, Line became the second player at SMU and fourth in C-USA history with three 1,000-yard rushing seasons.

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11:36 3:59 2nd 9:39 6:04 1:45 0:09 4th 4:43

SMU SMU USM SMU SMU SMU SMU

6 17

0 0

0 7

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SMU 20 30-186 249 44-27-0 74-435 0-0 2-3 2-70 2-71 4-35.2 1-0 6-33 36:46 8-18 1-2 5-6 3-16

RUSHING: Southern Miss-RICHARD, Jalen 10-40; HARDY, Kendrick 3-8; CAMPBELL, Chris 1-5; ALFORD, Anthony 6-4; HESTER, Jeremy 1-1; WEEKS, Cole 1-minus 7. SMU-GILBERT, G. 5-94; LINE, Zach 22-92; SEEKER, Luke 2-1; PRESTON, Conner 1-minus 1.

RUSHING: SMU-LINE, Zach 21-96; GILBERT, G. 10-30. UCF-MURRAY, L. 23-155; BORTLES, Blake 6-33; JOHNSON, Storm 6-29; MCDUFFIE, Q. 3-25; TEAM 1-minus 1.

Scoring Summary USM 0 SMU 10

USM 10 22-51 127 31-14-2 53-178 0--3 1-1 2-39 0-0 8-40.8 1-0 6-30 23:14 5-14 0-0 1-1 0-0

6 34

GILBERT 36 yd run (HOVER kick) HOVER 34 yd FG SULLIVAN 15 yd pass from CAMPBELL (ACOSTA kick blockd) HOVER 33 yd FG LINE 3 yd run (HOVER kick) JOHNSON, D. 9 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) GILBERT 19 yd run (HOVER kick)

14 36

Taylor McHargue threw two touchdown passes and Chris Boswell kicked five field goals, three from longer than 50 yards, as Rice beat SMU 36-14. McHargue, who finished with 297 yards passing, ran for another TD for the Owls. McHargue connected with Vance McDonald for a 19-yard TD and Donte Moore for a 7-yard score. Boswell, a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award for the top college kicker, made field goals from 56, 51, 43, 53 and 28 yards. He missed from 44. Zach Line ran for both touchdowns for the Mustangs, finishing with 94 yards rushing, and Darius Johnson caught six passes for 153 yards. Scoring Summary SMU 7 Rice 6 1st

9:54 5:26 1:26 2nd 2:35 0:20 3rd 6:45 3:32 4th 14:45 7:32 1:12

RICE SMU RICE RICE RICE RICE SMU RICE RICE RICE

0 14

7 3

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BOSWELL 56 yd FG LINE 7 yd run (HOVER kick) BOSWELL 51 yd FG McDONALD 19 yd pass from McHARGUE (BOSWELL kick) MOORE 7 yd pass from McHARGUE (BOSWELL kick) BOSWELL 43 yd FG LINE 10 yd run (HOVER kick) BOSWELL 53 yd FG BOSWELL 28 yd FG McHARGUE 13 yd run (BOSWELL kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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SMU 16 28-103 214 27-15-0 55-317 0-0 0-0 4-65 0-0 5-50.4 2-2 4-38 24:32 3-10 1-1 2-3 1-6

Rice 23 40-126 297 37-24-0 77-423 0-0 2-1 1-11 0-0 2-47.5 0-0 4-36 35:28 8-17 1-1 5-5 4-25


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2012 GAME RECAPS RUSHING: SMU-LINE, Zach 19-94; GILBERT, G. 9-9. Rice-EDDINGTON, Jere 10-67; McHARGUE, Taylo 16-38; PETERSEN, Turne 9-14; TAYLOR, Jordan 1-5; ROSS, Charles 2-2; TURNER, Luke 2-0.

SMU •43,ALOHA FresnoSTADIUM State 10• HONOLULU, HAWAII SHERATON HAWAII BOWL •Game DEC. 13 24,• 2012 Dec. 24, 2012 • Aloha Stadium • Honolulu, Hawaii

FRESNO STATE SMU

PASSING: SMU-GILBERT, G. 15-27-0-214. Rice-McHARGUE, Taylo 24-36-0-297; TAYLOR, Jordan 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: SMU-JOHNSON, Darius 6-153; FULLER, Austin 4-19; JOHNSON, Jeremy 2-28; LINE, Zach 2-13; THOMPSON, D. 1-1. Rice-McDONALD, Vance 7-85; McGUFFIE, Sam 6-53; TAYLOR, Jordan 4-66; MOORE, Donte 4-24; PETERSEN, Turne 1-35; COOK, Taylor 1-20; WILLSON, Luke 1-14. Game 12 • SMU 35, TulsaTEXAS 27 NOV. 24, 2012 • GERALD J. FORD STADIUM • DALLAS,

Nov. 24, 2012 • Gerald J. Ford Stadium • Dallas, Texas

TULSA SMU

27 35

Zach Line ran for three touchdowns, and SMU got a last-second, goal-line stop to hold off Tulsa, 35-27, and become eligible for a school-record fourth consecutive bowl game. Line, who totaled 81 yards rushing, scored on two 3-yard runs in the first half before his 10-yarder late in the third quarter gave the Mustangs a 35-6 lead. The Golden Hurricane rallied behind Cody Green, who threw touchdowns to Willie Carter and Keyarris Garrett before Alex Singleton’s 1-yard run pulled Tulsa within eight with 5:05 to play. Tulsa got the ball back with 46 seconds left, but on the final play, Jordan James was stopped at the SMU 1 after a 34-yard completion from Green. SMU’s Garrett Gilbert threw a touchdown to Der’rikk Thompson and added 111 yards rushing and a score. Mustang linebacker Ja’Gared Davis had a standout day for the Mustangs, blocking a punt, forcing and recovering a fumble and picking up an interception. The banner performance came in Davis’s 52nd career game as a Mustang which is tied for 1st all-time at SMU. Scoring Summary Tulsa 0 SMU 7 1st 1:44 2nd 14:55 11:42 6:46 5:48 3rd 4:14 0:56 4th 12:21 5:05

SMU SMU SMU TU SMU SMU TU TU TU

6 21

6 7

15 0

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LINE 3 yd run (HOVER kick) LINE 3 yd run (HOVER kick) THOMPSON 25 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) SINGLETON 9 yd pass from GREEN (kick failed) GILBERT 74 yd run (HOVER kick) LINE 10 yd run (HOVER kick) CARTER 31 yd pass from GREEN (pass failed) GARRETT 10 yd pass from GREEN (SCHWARZ kick) SINGLETON 1 yd run (CARTER pass from GREEN)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TU 32 38-178 413 65-36-1 103-591 0-0 5-12 3-61 0-0 4-27.8 2-2 4-45 30:09 5-18 5-8 3-4 2-9

SMU coach June Jones walked out of Aloha Stadium with another win, thanks largely to a disruptive performance by defensive end Margus Hunt that set the tone for the Mustangs’ 43-10 win over Fresno State in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. Hunt, the 6-foot-8 senior from Estonia with an 82-inch wing span, forced two fumbles that led to field goals and sacked Derek Carr for a safety as SMU built a 22-0 halftime lead and never looked back. The Mustangs also returned two interceptions for touchdowns, giving them eight for the season to tie the NCAA record set last year by Southern Miss. Hayden Greenbauer picked off Carr and returned it 83 yards with 1:14 left, the final blow to a miserable night for the Bulldogs. SMU had seven sacks, the most Fresno State has given up all year. Garrett Gilbert was effective with his arm and his legs, running for a 17-yard touchdown for the first score of the game and throwing a perfect strike to Darius Johnson for a 21-yard score to answer the Bulldogs’ only touchdown. He rushed for 98 yards on 18 carries and threw for 212 yards. But this game was decided by the Mustangs’ defense, with Hunt leading the way. He was voted the game’s MVP. Fresno State, which had averaged just over 47 points in its last five games, was held scoreless in the first half for the first time in two years, and Carr was too busy running for his life to get the Bulldogs into any kind of offensive rhythm. The Mustangs were playing in a school-record fourth straight bowl game since ending a 25-year drought dating to its infamous NCAA death penalty. They have won three of those bowl games, twice as big underdogs to explosive offenses -- a 45-10 win over Nevada in 2009 and Monday against Fresno State, both in the Hawaii Bowl. Scoring Summary Fresno State 0 SMU 0 2nd 14:07 12:16 10:50 05:24 1:37 3rd 10:21 7:01 4th 13:21 9:05 1:14

SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU FS SMU FS SMU SMU

0 22

RUSHING: Tulsa-WATTS, T. 13-58; GREEN, C. 3-51; SINGLETON, A. 12-29; DOUGLAS, J. 8-20; SORRELLS, M. 1-17; CARTER, W. 1-3. SMU-GILBERT, G. 12-111; LINE, Zach 23-81. PASSING: Tulsa-GREEN, C. 36-64-1-413; TEAM 0-1-0-0. SMU-GILBERT, G. 10-27-0-113. RECEIVING: Tulsa-JAMES, J. 9-145; CARTER, W. 9-69; GARRETT, K. 8-90; WATTS, T. 4-44; ROBERSON, T. 4-40; PATTERSON, D. 1-16; SINGLETON, A. 1-9. SMU-THOMPSON, D. 4-67; JOHNSON, Darius 3-35; JOHNSON, Jeremy 2-8; LINE, Zach 1-3.

7 7

3 14

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10 43

GILBERT 17 yd run (HOVER kick) HOVER 30 yd FG HUNT safety LINE 8 yd run (HOVER kick) HOVER 48 yd FG ADAMS 6 yd pass from CARR (BRESHEARS kick) JOHNSON 21 yd pass from GILBERT (HOVER kick) BRESHEARS 32 yd FG REED 69 yd interception return (HOVER kick) GREENBAUER 83 yd interception return (HOVER kick)

Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SMU 13 35-192 113 27-10-0 62-305 0-0 2-41 2-37 1-0 8-39.8 1-0 7-45 29:51 4-15 1-2 3-3 1-1

10 43

FS 21 22--16 362 55-33-2 77-346 0-0 0-0 7-139 2-50 6-38.0 2-2 3-15 26:41 4-14 0-2 2-3 5-24

SMU 15 37-169 212 28-14-2 65-381 2-32 2-35 1-17 2-152 5-35.8 1-0 3-15 33:19 8-17 0-0 4-4 7-53

RUSHING: Fresno State-ROUSE, Robbie 13-22; BURSE, Isaiah 1-3; CARR, Derek 8-minus 41. SMU-GILBERT, G. 18-98; LINE, Zach 19-71. PASSING: Fresno State-CARR, Derek 33-54-2-362; WATSON, Greg 0-1-0-0. SMU-GILBERT, G. 14-28-2-212. RECEIVING: Fresno State-ADAMS, Davante 13-144; WATSON, Greg 5-48; ROUSE, Robbie 5-29; BURSE, Isaiah 4-89; EVANS, Rashad 3-20; HARRIS, Michael 2-3; JENSEN, Marcel 1-29. SMU-THOMPSON, D. 5-82; FULLER, Austin 4-84; JOHNSON, Darius 3-40; JOSEPH, Darius 1-8; LINE, Zach 1-minus 2.

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SMU STATISTICAL TRENDS Year 1956

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Record 4-6 --4-5-1 --6-4 --5-4-1 --0-9-1 --2-7-1 --2-8 --4-7 --1-9 --4-5-1 --8-3 --3-7 --8-3 --3-7 --5-6 --4-7 --7-4 --6-4-1 --6-4-1 --4-7 --3-8 --4-7 --4-6-1 --5-6 --8-4 --10-1 --11-0-1 --10-2 --10-2 --6-5 --6-5 --2-9 --1-10 --1-10 --5-6 --2-7-2 --1-9-1 --1-10 --5-6 --6-5 --5-7 --4-6 --3-9 --4-7 -3-9 -0-12 3-8 5-6 6-6 1-11 1-11 8-5 7-7 8-5 7-6 -

G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 10 10 10 10 11 11 10 10 11 11 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 10 10 12 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 14 14 13 13 13 13

No. 423 551 382 579 390 471 386 468 384 503 372 504 418 514 405 447 387 493 516 423 522 428 336 569 370 482 417 517 452 557 527 572 559 492 659 576 683 572 673 591 497 628 436 639 408 652 607 541 568 509 660 460 599 489 584 469 569 502 599 528 496 540 296 522 321 552 347 548 365 493 398 504 455 476 365 554 437 524 491 450 500 481 389 378 436 429 452 407 551 423 504 465 410 472 415 428 404 403 470 470 217 548 378 494 404 550 355 466 400 418

Rushing Yards 1,345 2,514 1,201 2,217 1,613 1,854 1,137 1,850 999 1,876 937 2,157 1,336 1,759 1,300 1,799 677 1,730 1,623 1,092 2,070 1,353 685 2,005 1,204 1,882 1,236 2,312 1,235 1,906 1,719 1,982 2,026 1,405 3,395 2,767 3,074 2,618 2,874 2,967 2,170 2,948 1,354 2,999 1,184 2,564 2,419 2,081 2,491 1,572 3,226 1,398 3,041 1,442 2,859 1,130 2,761 1,467 2,730 2,117 1,872 2,262 579 2,886 649 2,933 784 2,322 662 2,204 1,508 2,289 1,453 2,465 932 2,926 1,741 2,170 2,170 1,579 1,987 1,651 1,189 1,139 1,390 1,656 1,722 1,342 2,187 1,913 1,552 1,968 1,377 2,301 1,441 1,569 1,503 1,290 2,042 2,698 497 2,707 1,427 2,167 1,943 2,027 1,479 1,538 1,716 1,533

Avg. 134.5 251.4 120.1 221.7 161.3 185.4 113.7 185.0 99.9 187.6 93.7 215.7 133.6 175.9 130.0 179.9 67.7 173.0 162.3 109.2 207.0 135.3 68.5 200.5 120.4 188.2 123.6 231.2 112.3 173.3 156.3 180.2 184.2 127.7 308.6 251.6 279.5 238.0 261.3 269.7 197.3 268.0 123.1 272.6 107.6 233.1 220.0 189.2 226.5 142.9 293.3 127.1 276.5 131.1 259.9 102.7 251.0 133.4 248.2 192.4 170.2 205.6 52.6 262.4 59.0 266.6 71.3 211.1 60.2 200.4 137.1 208.1 132.1 224.1 84.7 266.0 158.3 197.3 197.3 143.5 165.6 137.6 118.9 113.9 115.8 138.0 156.5 122.0 182.2 159.4 129.3 164.0 125.2 209.2 131.0 142.6 125.2 107.5 170.2 197.2 41.4 225.6 109.8 166.7 138.8 144.8 113.8 118.3 132.0 117.9

Att 191 126 170 108 207 159 201 171 155 145 198 158 174 152 196 184 182 127 184 225 174 288 330 175 485 309 370 202 357 232 188 229 208 243 95 204 114 216 130 160 199 192 308 238 391 238 202 252 225 303 161 294 141 326 172 295 179 316 218 242 297 287 551 313 481 313 464 268 452 322 352 318 388 251 372 272 260 302 211 293 280 319 292 334 436 375 305 341 330 370 290 335 351 348 324 400 316 418 432 490 476 340 472 435 516 430 476 443 516 540

Com 85 66 102 52 114 78 114 64 65 75 103 76 79 78 92 86 75 62 76 113 76 138 189 95 270 138 219 87 196 104 88 113 106 116 38 90 45 98 57 83 87 100 155 134 225 108 106 128 106 153 69 129 68 152 81 135 94 182 110 116 159 141 303 186 282 198 249 136 255 184 185 190 208 150 197 150 134 178 99 164 145 162 149 205 229 212 159 191 172 200 135 189 191 213 170 232 203 268 250 306 269 218 286 243 304 255 281 284 273 300

Int 16 9 13 13 16 14 11 11 14 6 11 9 13 17 9 11 18 10 15 13 14 21 22 10 24 22 16 13 32 14 9 13 9 13 8 14 11 13 7 15 12 8 21 16 23 24 14 19 9 19 10 31 4 22 7 18 7 17 7 11 16 7 22 8 15 12 24 11 13 11 15 9 10 9 15 8 14 10 7 15 15 14 13 10 22 8 11 17 18 8 15 10 17 6 8 17 10 11 19 12 25 8 14 17 14 10 19 6 15 21

Passing Yards TD 1,197 10 794 7 1,180 8 751 2 1,652 15 959 6 1,460 12 770 9 811 2 1,001 8 1,001 5 1,006 5 838 4 1,058 11 1,135 6 1,014 16 755 2 797 8 953 6 1,354 10 1,093 11 1,604 5 2,207 14 1,323 7 3,130 21 1,862 14 2,380 9 1,277 8 2,139 10 1,496 10 931 4 1,508 6 1,531 12 1,621 9 774 5 1,169 8 794 9 1,456 8 984 11 1,408 9 1,332 10 1,480 11 2,115 11 1,761 14 3,038 18 1,306 11 1,383 11 1,695 9 1,386 11 2,043 11 1,080 7 1,695 9 1,161 14 1,756 9 1,305 11 1,687 7 1,600 8 2,384 19 1,457 6 1,480 11 2,079 13 1,842 8 3,047 14 2,946 29 2,755 22 2,522 21 2,553 10 1,870 19 2,893 16 2,005 12 2,393 13 2,180 12 2,267 8 2,223 22 2,128 11 2,072 18 2,037 14 2,131 13 1,233 10 2,050 10 1,669 13 1,915 11 1,792 12 2,472 16 2,510 13 2,893 21 1,727 10 2,179 13 1,912 11 2,932 22 1,576 7 2,704 28 2,296 11 2,839 25 1,950 10 2,750 16 2,331 29 2,950 19 3,025 26 3,617 28 3,275 29 3,047 33 3,666 22 2,995 20 3,861 31 2,913 18 3,573 17 2,882 15 3,059 16 3,616 27

Avg. 119.7 79.4 118.0 75.1 165.2 95.9 146.0 77.0 81.1 100.1 100.1 100.6 83.8 105.8 113.5 101.4 75.5 79.7 95.3 135.4 109.3 160.4 220.7 132.3 313.0 186.2 238.0 127.7 194.5 106.0 84.6 147.1 139.2 147.4 70.4 106.3 72.1 132.4 89.5 128.0 121.1 134.5 192.3 160.1 276.2 118.7 125.7 154.1 126.0 185.7 98.2 154.1 105.5 159.5 118.6 153.4 145.5 216.7 132.5 134.5 189.0 167.5 277.0 267.8 250.5 229.3 232.1 170.0 263.0 182.3 217.5 198.2 206.1 202.1 193.5 188.4 185.2 193.7 112.1 186.4 139.1 159.6 179.2 247.2 209.2 241.1 157.0 198.1 159.3 244.3 131.3 225.3 208.7 258.1 177.3 250.0 194.2 245.8 252.1 301.4 272.9 253.9 282.0 230.4 275.8 208.1 274.8 221.7 235.3 278.2

Pct .445 .524 .600 .481 .551 .491 .567 .374 .419 .517 .520 .481 .454 .513 .469 .467 .412 .488 .413 .502 .437 .479 .572 .543 .556 .447 .592 .431 .549 .448 .473 .493 .507 .477 .400 .441 .395 .454 .438 .519 .437 .520 .503 .563 .575 .454 .525 .508 .471 .505 .429 .439 .482 .466 .471 .454 .525 .575 .505 .479 .535 .491 .550 .594 .586 .633 .537 .548 .564 .571 .526 .597 .536 .598 .530 .551 .515 .589 .469 .560 .518 .508 .510 .614 .525 .565 .521 .560 .521 .541 .466 .564 .544 .612 .525 .580 .642 .641 .579 .624 .565 .641 .606 .557 .589 .593 .590 .641 .529 .556

Plays 614 677 552 687 597 630 587 639 539 648 570 662 592 666 601 631 569 620 700 648 696 716 666 744 855 791 787 719 809 787 715 801 767 735 754 780 797 788 803 751 696 820 744 877 799 890 810 793 792 808 821 754 760 817 756 764 748 818 817 770 793 827 847 833 802 865 811 816 817 815 750 821 844 725 735 825 697 826 702 743 780 800 681 712 872 804 757 748 881 793 794 800 761 820 739 828 720 821 902 960 693 888 850 929 920 980 831 909 916 958

Total Offense Yards 2,542 3,308 2,381 2,968 3,265 2,813 2,597 2,620 1,810 2,877 1,938 2,389 2,174 2,817 2,435 2,813 1,432 2,527 2,576 2,446 3,163 2,957 2,892 3,328 4,334 3,744 3,616 3,589 3,374 3,402 2,650 3,490 3,557 3,026 4,169 3,936 3,868 4,074 3,858 4,375 3,502 4,428 3,469 4,760 4,222 3,870 3,702 3,777 3,877 3,615 4,306 3,093 4,202 3,198 4,164 2,817 4,361 3,849 4,187 3,597 3,951 4,104 3,628 5,832 3,404 5,455 3,337 4,192 3,555 4,209 3,901 4,469 3,720 4,688 3,060 4,998 3,778 4,301 3,403 3,629 3,656 3,566 2,981 3,611 3,900 4,549 3,449 3,521 4,099 4,845 3,128 4,672 3,673 5,140 3,391 4,319 3,834 4,240 5,067 5,984 3,772 5,754 5,093 5,162 5,804 4,940 5,052 4,420 4,775 5,149

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Avg. 254.2 330.8 238.1 296.8 326.5 281.3 259.7 262.0 181.0 287.7 193.8 238.9 217.4 281.7 243.5 281.3 143.2 252.7 257.6 244.6 316.3 295.7 289.2 332.8 433.4 374.4 361.6 358.9 306.7 309.3 240.9 317.3 323.4 275.1 379.0 357.8 351.6 370.4 350.7 397.7 318.4 402.5 315.4 432.7 383.8 351.8 336.6 343.4 352.5 328.6 391.5 281.2 382.0 290.7 378.5 256.1 396.5 349.9 380.6 327.0 359.2 373.1 329.6 530.2 309.5 495.5 303.4 381.1 323.2 382.6 354.6 406.3 338.2 426.2 278.2 454.4 343.5 391.0 309.4 329.9 304.7 297.2 298.1 361.1 325.0 379.1 313.5 320.1 341.6 403.8 260.7 389.3 333.9 467.3 308.3 392.6 319.5 353.3 422.2 498.7 314.3 479.5 391.8 397.1 414.6 352.9 388.6 340.0 367.3 396.1

R 82 127 75 113 84 93 64 111 54 99 58 103 74 101 72 92 49 77 96 68 104 72 49 110 79 95 93 119 88 105 143 113 110 73 148 138 159 133 149 150 93 148 80 165 66 147 130 99 120 90 147 90 144 89 147 77 135 94 147 119 97 131 45 149 59 158 59 136 62 129 92 136 102 123 57 155 99 132 101 93 101 95 76 66 94 81 105 79 130 95 111 106 74 105 76 111 85 78 113 134 43 141 73 107 97 128 62 95 92 82

First Downs Pa Pn 47 9 34 8 57 4 32 8 68 8 47 1 64 4 35 6 42 3 56 4 54 7 48 10 43 6 52 9 63 8 50 14 36 10 32 8 45 8 67 11 49 3 83 14 102 5 65 4 148 9 86 16 101 9 59 13 88 14 65 12 90 12 74 9 62 18 74 10 24 10 50 3 33 9 64 9 40 15 59 15 58 12 61 15 99 19 85 17 140 19 64 14 63 12 73 10 68 8 96 17 50 19 77 10 42 12 80 19 43 7 78 21 64 8 105 14 70 12 74 15 101 15 88 20 143 15 114 12 133 20 117 10 117 25 81 13 135 26 94 19 102 13 95 8 104 22 102 20 96 14 89 12 88 13 98 14 63 10 86 14 75 10 71 14 68 19 110 16 113 21 111 18 77 19 89 20 85 15 111 12 62 13 98 23 108 15 128 19 83 18 114 15 101 19 147 14 137 31 166 25 141 21 138 20 156 26 134 17 182 11 134 23 164 19 129 18 141 16 173 14

Tot 138 169 136 153 160 141 132 152 99 159 119 161 123 161 143 156 95 122 149 146 156 169 156 179 236 197 203 191 190 182 245 196 190 157 182 191 201 206 204 224 163 224 198 267 225 225 205 192 196 203 216 177 198 188 197 176 206 213 229 208 213 239 203 275 212 285 201 230 223 242 207 239 228 245 167 256 200 244 174 193 186 180 163 192 229 210 201 188 230 218 186 227 197 252 177 240 205 239 281 325 205 299 255 258 290 285 245 242 249 269

Fumbles No.-Loss 19-14 22-15 18-11 33-12 31-16 34-20 21-9 32-15 21-16 18-12 27-17 25-13 14-7 19-13 35-22 20-10 34-15 36-24 28-11 26-17 26-10 25-12 24-11 31-18 28-18 37-22 17-10 35-18 19-10 29-16 35-15 32-14 41-18 55-25 42-35 35-22 51-23 35-19 48-29 44-26 34-26 38-18 29-11 28-19 29-17 39-21 47-24 29-14 32-15 27-17 29-17 27-17 39-18 30-15 30-13 36-17 32-16 40-18 23-12 33-16 35-16 30-16 24-10 33-10 22-12 22-5 25-10 22-7 18-12 19-11 20-6 20-11 24-6 37-20 21-13 17-8 21-8 22-14 15-7 19-12 27-16 31-14 22-10 20-9 18-9 24-10 25-18 18-5 20-11 19-9 18-11 8-3 24-13 12-5 26-14 22-10 24-12 23-12 22-12 23-10 17-7 20-11 21-12 22-11 25-13 12-5 22-13 26-10 19-8 25-16

Pen-Yds 61-551 69-678 64-587 47-499 54-512 53-509 53-537 43-369 30-249 50-446 40-356 43-430 45-439 50-481 60-464 49-500 48-444 52-466 60-592 45-456 62-611 44-431 51-371 45-478 64-619 62-538 61-592 60-561 65-656 63-662 61-586 58-585 61-603 52-558 61-540 53-553 59-646 70-707 60-723 64-631 78-734 85-775 71-757 98-882 67-691 75-656 58-555 59-579 76-625 51-412 86-702 68-632 83-714 71-611 85-774 73-599 73-688 72-477 60-538 72-590 64-553 57-499 60-574 102-805 53-527 87-811 78-791 80-736 87-703 90-772 70-607 66-498 83-681 67-621 42-423 84-659 47-398 50-419 54-432 57-434 57-451 53-444 68-505 60-516 87-689 97-820 77-616 74-609 68-625 80-723 88-698 79-663 77-672 80-603 76-669 57-502 78-642 75-592 92-833 96-832 74-585 80-679 95-824 78-778 75-714 59-547 80-657 65-582 67-518 80-734


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

SMU STATISTICAL TRENDS Year 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Team SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp SMU Opp SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp. SMU Opp.

Record 4-6 --4-5-1 --6-4 --5-4-1 --0-9-1 --2-7-1 --2-8 --4-7 --1-9 --4-5-1 --8-3 --3-7 --8-3 --3-7 --5-6 --4-7 --7-4 --6-4-1 --6-4-1 --4-7 --3-8 --4-7 --4-6-1 --5-6 --8-4 --10-1 --11-0-1 --10-2 --10-2 --6-5 --6-5 --2-9 --1-10 --1-10 --5-6 --2-7-2 --1-9-1 --1-10 --5-6 --6-5 --5-7 --4-6 --3-9 --4-7 -3-9 -0-12 3-8 5-6 6-6 1-11 1-11 8-5 7-7 8-5 7-6 -

G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 10 10 10 10 11 11 10 10 11 11 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 10 10 12 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 14 14 13 13 13 13

Interceptions No. Yards 6 173 10 224 13 240 13 139 14 121 16 40 11 225 9 83 6 43 14 122 9 75 10 88 13 150 13 39 12 221 9 202 9 128 19 155 13 114 15 193 21 251 14 208 10 75 22 230 22 345 24 246 13 110 16 151 14 78 32 271 13 223 9 135 17 271 13 102 14 290 8 111 13 147 9 75 15 128 8 99 8 46 12 157 16 292 21 161 24 360 21 191 20 231 15 229 19 238 9 101 31 369 10 94 22 281 4 43 18 132 7 61 17 299 7 79 11 67 7 123 7 68 16 156 8 13 22 233 12 45 15 186 11 102 25 308 11 102 13 105 9 38 15 149 9 86 10 109 8 60 15 255 10 160 14 90 15 82 7 87 14 119 15 136 10 60 13 182 8 99 22 448 17 270 11 162 8 18 18 453 10 112 15 211 6 63 17 214 17 344 8 135 11 70 10 43 12 202 19 328 8 83 25 311 17 166 14 335 10 99 14 232 6 32 19 342 21 557 15 248

No. 43 39 63 51 40 46 63 50 59 55 61 45 69 53 57 54 80 70 70 68 65 66 71 68 54 67 52 51 80 77 82 64 71 80 60 66 58 52 48 36 60 52 63 45 65 61 64 64 69 69 58 67 70 70 65 74 50 61 59 60 59 53 77 35 68 39 75 54 64 51 62 54 71 43 68 49 43 44 73 52 79 78 62 63 72 65 62 59 71 62 79 49 60 44 67 53 51 48 58 57 59 35 70 66 58 64 57 65 71 69

Yds. 1,526 1,400 2,485 1,935 1,568 1,685 2,121 1,798 1,974 2,000 2,245 1,662 2,806 1,956 2,358 924 3,333 2,614 2,803 2,802 2,292 2,523 2,745 2,675 1,918 2,695 1,933 1,934 2,775 2,699 2,953 2,393 2,712 3,177 2,435 2,555 2,132 2,162 1,824 1,356 2,582 2,075 2,743 1,838 2,381 2,544 2,585 2,524 3,037 3,037 2,403 2,569 3,058 2,902 2,351 2,891 2,150 2,565 2,574 2,577 2,515 2,042 2,828 1,360 2,557 1,439 2,581 2,141 2,540 1,893 2,465 1,929 2,603 1,746 2,715 1,922 1,782 1,680 2,859 2,125 3,240 2,998 2,359 2,445 2,748 2,595 2,327 2,295 2,673 2,500 2,932 2,064 2,317 1,722 2,523 1,997 2,191 1,841 2,545 2,296 2,465 1,427 2,930 2,750 2,339 2,795 2,135 2,603 2,925 2,779

Punts

BK 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 3 ----------------------------------------------------------------1 2 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 2 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 ------------0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 3 2 2 5 1 5 1 1 0 3 0 2 1 4 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

Avg. 35.6 35.9 39.4 37.9 39.2 36.6 33.7 36.0 34.0 36.1 36.8 36.9 40.8 36.9 41.4 17.1 41.6 37.3 40.0 41.2 35.2 38.2 38.6 39.3 35.5 40.2 37.2 37.9 34.4 35.0 36.0 37.4 38.2 39.7 40.6 38.7 36.8 41.6 38.0 37.7 43.0 39.9 43.5 40.8 36.6 41.7 40.4 39.4 44.0 40.1 41.4 38.3 43.7 41.5 37.7 39.1 43.0 42.0 43.6 43.0 42.6 38.5 36.7 38.9 37.6 36.9 34.4 39.6 39.7 37.1 39.8 35.7 36.7 40.6 39.9 39.2 41.4 38.2 39.2 40.9 41.0 38.4 38.0 38.8 38.2 39.9 37.5 38.9 37.6 40.3 37.1 42.1 38.6 39.1 37.7 37.7 43.0 38.4 43.9 40.3 41.8 40.8 41.9 41.7 40.3 43.7 37.5 40.0 41.2 40.3

No. 9 18 16 27 19 16 12 22 21 23 19 26 14 38 23 25 26 45 24 18 30 14 29 33 29 24 25 20 27 20 31 37 37 32 24 28 28 24 10 18 21 38 24 32 27 33 27 25 32 29 30 22 21 36 20 28 21 34 25 29 24 41 10 42 12 31 20 32 13 29 17 26 17 30 19 27 20 21 15 34 37 40 29 19 21 44 22 38 29 40 25 38 16 29 22 30 23 22 25 25 16 19 21 26 28 25 21 28 21 34

Punt Returns Yds Avg. 58 6.4 184 10.2 93 5.8 311 11.5 253 13.3 115 7.2 115 9.6 127 5.8 180 8.6 310 13.5 207 10.9 227 8.7 158 11.3 351 9.2 180 7.8 224 9.0 234 9.0 443 9.8 178 7.4 149 8.3 306 10.2 90 6.4 300 10.3 321 9.7 277 9.6 151 6.3 183 7.3 186 9.3 193 7.1 214 10.7 302 9.7 527 14.2 466 12.6 232 7.3 105 4.4 339 12.1 229 8.2 108 4.5 77 7.7 75 4.2 214 10.2 414 10.9 129 5.4 178 5.6 271 10.0 219 6.6 244 9.0 138 5.5 392 12.3 322 11.1 173 14.4 218 9.9 193 9.2 294 8.2 110 5.5 176 6.3 183 8.7 216 6.4 229 9.2 291 10.0 196 8.2 610 14.9 81 8.1 469 11.2 103 8.6 256 8.3 155 7.8 342 10.7 84 6.5 180 6.2 67 3.9 159 6.1 130 7.6 321 10.7 174 9.2 229 8.5 123 6.2 127 6.0 125 8.3 156 4.6 216 5.8 374 9.4 286 9.9 173 9.1 200 9.5 403 9.2 241 11.0 342 9.0 501 17.3 225 5.6 216 8.6 477 12.6 186 11.6 499 17.2 209 9.5 161 5.4 180 7.8 226 10.3 216 8.6 184 7.4 101 6.3 209 11.0 275 13.1 286 11.0 136 4.9 127 5.1 217 10.3 130 4.6 205 9.8 324 9.5

No. 37 29 34 28 28 36 24 26 33 14 33 22 21 15 32 17 34 14 30 23 32 27 40 24 39 45 44 32 32 25 47 34 27 46 33 40 34 37 43 33 47 35 34 19 37 44 40 23 23 20 29 29 20 33 16 34 32 42 24 33 47 33 63 36 54 32 45 24 37 26 30 32 34 24 50 17 37 31 26 37 38 33 34 18 44 27 37 29 51 35 36 24 55 31 43 29 44 43 70 57 69 44 55 51 56 58 39 47 30 49

Kickoff Returns Yds Avg. 689 18.6 539 18.6 643 18.8 676 24.1 478 17.1 690 19.2 463 19.3 526 20.2 521 15.8 247 17.6 604 18.3 502 22.8 438 20.9 257 17.1 673 21.0 324 19.1 624 18.4 239 17.1 492 16.4 498 21.6 649 20.3 517 19.1 646 16.1 425 17.7 502 12.9 875 19.4 855 19.4 582 18.2 582 17.6 468 17.6 835 17.8 590 17.4 480 17.8 845 18.4 609 18.4 851 21.3 693 20.1 649 17.5 724 16.8 674 20.4 883 18.7 421 12.0 577 17.0 262 13.8 813 22.0 817 18.6 790 19.8 392 17.0 462 20.1 409 20.5 417 14.4 486 16.8 413 20.7 697 21.1 203 12.7 598 17.6 518 16.2 827 19.6 463 19.3 704 21.3 982 20.9 704 21.3 1,114 17.7 747 20.8 915 16.9 536 16.8 814 18.1 552 23.0 820 22.2 650 25.0 531 17.7 624 19.5 676 19.9 380 15.8 977 19.5 299 17.6 938 25.4 664 21.4 454 17.5 707 19.1 763 20.1 642 19.5 707 20.8 346 19.2 853 19.4 559 20.7 698 18.9 550 19.0 1,204 23.6 788 22.5 928 25.8 542 22.6 1,042 18.9 710 22.9 932 21.7 562 19.4 1,010 23.0 837 19.5 1,292 18.5 1,120 19.6 1,392 20.2 924 21.0 1,206 13.1 1,320 11.0 1,238 22.1 1,414 24.3 779 20.0 985 21.0 692 23.1 980 20.0

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TD 19 30 19 26 31 18 22 18 4 32 12 31 12 14 18 20 7 20 15 21 27 19 17 29 38 33 22 28 18 30 18 26 36 19 36 29 30 31 27 39 28 44 31 41 40 30 29 28 35 18 44 17 44 18 33 13 39 23 34 27 31 35 24 63 25 56 17 46 27 37 24 34 26 47 16 45 29 33 30 28 30 28 27 31 22 44 27 36 27 50 15 49 26 54 25 35 41 38 43 65 32 59 50 48 48 48 45 36 49 43

PAT-M 18-11 29-20 19-13 26-17 18-9 14-11 15-11 11-9 4-4 32-20 13-7 27-22 8-8 16-8 7-5 20-17 4-3 20-16 15-15 18-18 23-21 18-14 16-15 28-27 28-22 31-29 18-13 27-26 15-13 29-27 17-12 26-22 31-24 18-17 33-31 27-25 27-21 29-27 23-21 37-33 26-22 39-36 29-24 34-30 36-33 27-25 27-26 24-22 34-34 15-13 40-37 11-8 43-40 16-16 32-30 9-8 38-35 17-16 34-31 21-20 30-30 33-32 19-15 60-60 22-22 56-55 9-9 45-41 25-24 32-29 23-23 32-31 24-23 45-43 14-14 44-42 28-25 32-31 27-25 24-22 29-25 23-22 25-20 27-25 19-19 44-40 24-23 35-32 25-19 47-46 11-10 49-47 23-21 53-51 22-21 32-32 36-37 36-38 43-43 61-62 29-30 49-54 47-48 39-43 48-48 45-47 42-45 33-35 47-49 38-41

FGA 0 0 0 0 0 --0 --1 2 1 3 6 6 3 9 5 5 14 11 9 9 15 7 19 13 4 19 12 13 11 17 16 12 11 18 12 19 11 17 10 20 9 22 10 18 14 21 21 13 22 12 17 17 23 11 15 19 21 15 14 19 12 20 10 16 13 18 12 13 17 24 25 10 9 18 21 19 15 23 14 24 8 12 21 22 20 24 14 17 14 24 8 21 22 23 18 16 20 11 15 20 16 18 14 20 12 25 29 18

FGM 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 1 2 2 6 2 6 2 5 6 7 4 6 6 3 7 5 3 11 8 7 11 15 9 7 4 10 6 7 6 10 4 11 4 13 7 14 8 14 11 7 18 7 13 11 13 7 10 15 15 7 9 12 8 13 7 10 8 12 8 7 13 14 6 4 6 12 15 10 12 15 6 18 3 6 10 16 13 15 8 10 10 15 7 13 18 12 13 10 13 8 11 17 11 10 8 8 8 17 18 12

Points 125 202 127 175 203 134 147 133 31 221 105 178 88 125 127 154 55 153 123 167 201 146 135 214 283 246 186 230 153 228 151 227 269 154 259 228 221 240 207 301 202 339 226 319 298 251 226 237 279 146 365 137 347 157 267 109 301 178 280 211 245 282 187 499 197 426 141 359 212 276 206 277 197 343 132 352 246 267 247 237 225 248 193 235 181 352 226 295 207 378 134 386 202 420 229 280 325 294 340 477 256 458 380 359 360 359 336 300 397 334


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

SCORING RECORDS CAREER POINTS (150+) 1. D. Walker, '45, '47-'49 288 (38 TD, 57 PAT, 1 FG) Eric Dickerson, 1979-82 288 (48 TD) 3. Zach Line, 2009-12 282 (47 TD) 4. Eddie Garcia, 1978-81 262 (130 PAT, 44 FG) 5. Reggie Dupard, 1982-85 258 (43 TD) 6. Thomas Morstead, 2005-2008 217 (37 FG, 106 PAT) 7. Redman Hume, 1926-28 211 (34 TD, 7 PAT) 8. Emmanuel Sanders, 2006-2009 210 (35 TD) 9. Kyle Rote, 1948-50 194 (32 TD, 2 PAT) 10. Jeff Atkins, 1983-86 186 (31 TD) 11. Aldrick Robinson, 2007-2010 180 (30 TD) 12. Chris McMurtray, 2002-05 170 (62 PAT, 36 FG) Brandy Brownlee, 1984-86 170 (80 PAT, 30 FG) Arthur Whittington, 1974-77 170 (28 TD, 1 PAT) 15. Chase Hover, 2011-12 163 (85 FG, 26 PAT) 16. Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97 162 (27 TD) Emanuel Tolbert, 1976-79 162 (27 TD) Bobby Wilson, 1933-35 162 (27 TD) 19. Craig James, 1979-82 158 (26 TD, 1 PAT) 20. Jerry LeVias, 1966-68 154 (25 TD, 2 PAT) 21. Alvin Maxson, 1971-73 150 (25 TD)

SEASON POINTS 1. Eric Dickerson, 1981 114 (19 TD) 2. Redman Hume, 1927 109 (17 TD, 7 PAT) 3. Zach Line, 2011 102 (17 TD) Eric Dickerson, 1982 102 (17 TD) 5. Chase Hover, 2012 101 (47 PAT, 18 FG) 6. Reggie Dupard, 1985 96 (16 TD) Reggie Dupard, 1984 96 (16 TD) 8. Eddie Garcia, 1981 91 (37 PAT, 18 FG) 9. Doak Walker, 1948 88 (11 TD, 22 PAT) 10. Doak Walker, 1947 87 (11 TD, 18 PAT, 1 FG) 11. Aldrick Robinson, 2010 84 (14 TD) Shawnbrey McNeal, 2009 84 (14 TD)

SINGLE-GAME POINTS 1. Zach Line vs. Northwestern State, 2011 2. ShanDerrick Charles vs. UTEP, 2001 Kris Briggs vs. CS Northridge, 1999 Kelsey Adams at Tulsa, 1997 Reggie Dupard vs. Texas, 1985 Eric Dickerson vs. Grambling, 1981 Emanuel Tolbert at Baylor, 1978 Darold Turner at Rice, 1978 G. Hammond vs. N. Mex. St., 1970 M. Richardson vs. Texas A&M, 1968 Don McIlhenny at Kansas, 1955 Redman Hume vs. Trinity, 1928

30 (5 TD) 24 (4 TD) 24 (4 TD) 24 (4 TD) 24 (4 TD) 24 (4 TD) 24 (4 TD) 24 (4 TD) 24 (4 TD) 24 (4 TD) 24 (4 TD) 24 (4 TD)

CAREER TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Eric Dickerson, 1979-82 Zach Line, 2009-2012 Reggie Dupard, 1982-85 Doak Walker, 1945, 1947-49 Emmanuel Sanders, 2006-09 Redman Hume, 1926-28

48 47 43 38 35 34

SEASON TOUCHDOWNS 1. Eric Dickerson, 1981 2. Zach Line, 2011 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Redman Hume, 1927 5. Reggie Dupard, 1985 Reggie Dupard, 1984

19 17 17 17 16 16

SINGLE-GAME TOUCHDOWNS 1. Zach Line vs. Northwestern State, 2011 2. 11 players Last by ShanDerrick Charles vs. UTEP, 2001

5 4

YEARLY SCORING LEADERS Year 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Howard Maley Gene Wilson Doak Walker (3) Doak Walker (6) Doak Walker (4) Kyle Rote Benton Musslewhite & Ben White Roy Pace, Al Hansen, Jerry Norton & Dale Moore Ed Bernet Duane Nutt Don McIlhenny Charlie Jackson Don Meredith Don Meredith Glynn Gregory, Frank Jackson & Bud Jones Glynn Gregory Tom Sherwin John Richey Tommy Brennan Billy Gannon Donnie Oefinger Mac White Jerry LeVias Jerry LeVias Mike Richardson Bicky Lesser Gary Hammond Chipper Johnson Alvin Maxson Keith Bobo Ricky Wesson Wayne Morris Arthur Whittington Arthur Whittington Emanuel Tolbert Eddie Garcia Eddie Garcia Eric Dickerson (3) Eric Dickerson (6) Jeff Harrell Reggie Dupard Reggie Dupard (8T) Jeff Atkins Jason Wolf Michael Bowen Rongea Hill Russell Anderson John Stewart Ramon Flanigan Kevin Thornal Daniel Hernandez Roy Rios Rodnick Phillips Kris Briggs Jacob Crowley Jacob Crowley Kris Briggs Chris McMurtray Chris McMurtray Chris McMurtray Thomas Morstead Thomas Morstead Aldrick Robinson Shawnbrey McNeal Aldrick Robinson Zach Line Chase Hover

TD — — *11 *11 11 13 4 3 2 6 6 5 4 8 3 2 3 — 2 7 2 6 *9 7 11 4 9 — *13 11 10 6 11 10 11 — — *19 *17 — 16 *16 10 8 7 8 — — 12 6 — — 10 6 — — 8 — — — — — 11 14 14 17 —

FG — — 1-1 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 2-6 — — — — — — — 3-10 — 10-16 — — — — — — — 8-14 11-21 — — 13-23 — — — — — — 8-12 13-17 — — 15 12 — — 10-21 13-20 — 10-14 7-8 18-22 13-18 13-20 — — — — 18-29

PAT — — 18-22 *22-29 17-22 — — — 7-7 1-2 — — 4-7 #2 — — — 8-8 #1 #1 #2 — — — — 4-7 — 11-12 — — — — — — — 26-26 *34-34 — — 30-32 — — — #1 #1 — 24-25 23-23 0-1 — 25 25 — — 19-19 23-24 — 10-11 21-23 21-22 34-35 43-43 — — — — 47-49

# Number of 2-point conversions; * Led Conference; (#) Indicates national ranking - top 10 only

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Pts. 48 24 *87 *88 *83 78 24 18 19 37 36 30 28 *52 18 12 18 14 14 44 16 36 *54 42 66 37 54 41 *78 66 60 36 66 60 66 50 *67 *114 *102 69 96 *96 60 50 44 48 48 62 72 36 70 61 60 36 49 62 48 40 42 75 73 82 66 84 84 102 101


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

RUSHING RECORDS CAREER ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Eric Dickerson, 1979-82 Zach Line, 2009-12 Craig James, 1979-82 Keylon Kincade, 2000-03 Jeff Atkins, 1983-86 Reggie Dupard, 1982-85 Donte Womack, 1994-97 Wayne Morris, 1972-75 Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97 Alvin Maxson, 1971-73 Arthur Whittington, 1974-77

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Keylon Kincade, 2002 Keylon Kincade, 2003 Zach Line, 2012 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Zach Line, 2010 Rodnick Phillips, 1998 Shawnbrey McNeal, 2009 Craig James, 1981 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Kris Briggs, 2000 Reggie Dupard, 1985

SEASON YARDAGE (1,000+) 790 778 775 754 675 635 616 605 569 558 483

SEASON ATTEMPTS

Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

327 317 277 255 244 239 236 233 232 231 229 317, Keylon Kincade, 2003 327, Keylon Kincade, 2002 244, Zach Line, 2010 185, DeMyron Martin, 2005

SINGLE-GAME ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Keylon Kincade vs. La. Tech, 2002 Mike Richardson vs. Texas A&M, 1968 Donte Womack vs. Arkansas, 1997 Keylon Kincade vs. Texas Tech, 2002 Rongea Hill at Tulane, 1991 6. Keylon Kincade at Tulsa, 2003 Keylon Kincade at TCU, 2002 Gary Hammond vs. Texas A&M, 1970 9. Arthur Whittington at Rice, 1976 10. Three players Last: Keylon Kincade at Rice, 2002 Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

46 39 38 37 37 36 36 36 35 34

39, M. Richardson vs. Texas A&M, 1968 46, K. Kincade vs. La. Tech, 2002 34, K. Shepard at N. Mexixo, 1992 30, DeMyron Martin vs. UTEP, 2005

CAREER YARDAGE (1,500+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Eric Dickerson, 1979-82 Zach Line, 2009-12 Reggie Dupard, 1982-85 Craig James, 1979-82 Jeff Atkins, 1983-86 Wayne Morris, 1972-75 Keylon Kincade, 2000-03 Donte Womack, 1994-97 Alvin Maxson, 1971-73 Arthur Whittington, 1974-77 Kris Briggs, 1999-2002 Kyle Rote, 1948-50 Doak Walker, 1945, 1947-49 Rodnick Phillips, 1996-99 David Bostick, 1973-75 DeMyron Martin, 2005-2008 Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97 Ricky Wesson, 1973-75 Rongea Hill, 1989-92 Mike Richardson, 1966-68 Kelsey Adams, 1995-98

4,450 4,185 3,772 3,743 3,260 3,044 3,038 2,790 2,734 2,213 2,106 2,049 1,954 1,857 1,855 1,846 1,797 1,609 1,607 1,555 1,540

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Eric Dickerson, 1982 Zach Line, 2010 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Keylon Kincade, 2003 Keylon Kincade, 2002 Reggie Dupard, 1985 Zach Line, 2012 Reggie Dupard, 1983 Zach Line, 2011 Shawnbrey McNeal, 2009 Reggie Dupard, 1984 Craig James, 1981 Rodnick Phillips, 1998 Mike Richardson, 1968 Alvin Maxson, 1971 Alvin Maxson, 1972

Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

1,617 1,494 1,428 1,280 1,279 1,278 1,278 1,249 1,224 1,188 1,160 1,147 1,115 1,034 1,012 1,005 1,617, Eric Dickerson, 1982 1,428, Eric Dickerson, 1981 1,494, Zach Line, 2010 884, Wayne Morris, 1972

Eric Dickerson

SINGLE-GAME TOUCHDOWNS 1. Zach Line vs. Northwestern State, 2011 2. Several players Last by ShanDerrick Charles vs. UTEP, 2001

LONGEST RUNS

SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE (200+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Mike Richardson vs. Texas A&M, 1968 ShanDerrick Charles at SJSU, 2001 Eric Dickerson vs. Houston, 1982 Craig James vs. BYU, 1980 Jeff Atkins vs. Rice, 1983 ShanDerrick Charles vs. UTEP, 2001 Donte Womack vs. Arkansas, 1997 8. Zach Line vs. Marshall, 2010 Wayne Morris vs. Texas, 1975 10. Eric Dickerson vs. Texas A&M, 1982 Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

244 243 241 225 218 212 212 202 202 200

244, M. Richardson vs. Texas A&M, 1968 191, Reggie Dupard at UNLV, 1984 225, C. James vs. BYU, 1980 243, S. Charles at SJSU, 2001

CAREER AVERAGE PER CARRY Minimum 500 carries Reggie Dupard, 1982-85

5.9

SEASON AVERAGE PER CARRY Minimum 100 carries Eric Dickerson, 1982

7.0

SINGLE-GAME AVERAGE PER CARRY Minimum 20 carries Jeff Atkins vs. Rice, 1983 Minimum 15 carries Jeff Atkins vs. Rice, 1983 Minimum 10 carries Eric Dickerson vs. Texas A&M, 1982

10.9 10.9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Kris Briggs vs. Tulsa, 2002 C. Morrison/J. Jacobs vs. Texas, 1985* Jim Hagle vs. Texas, 1965 Preston Johnston vs. Auburn, 1940 Frank Eidom vs. Rice, 1953 Frank Jackson, vs. Texas Tech, 1959 Donte Womack vs. UTEP, 1996 Wayne Morris vs. New Mexico St., 1972 Craig James vs. North Texas, 1980 Bill Ball at Rice, 1976 t - indicates a TD was scored on the play * - Morrison 65-yard run, Jacobs recovery of fumble and run for 30

1. Eric Dickerson 2. Zach Line 3. Reggie Dupard Craig James Keylon Kincade Jeff Atkins 7. Alvin Maxson Donte Womack 9. Wayne Morris Kyle Rote Arthur Whittington 12. Zach Line David Bostick Rongea Hill DeMyron Martin

14.3

47 47 41 31 27 24 24

SEASON TOUCHDOWNS 1. Eric Dickerson, 1981 2. Zach Line, 2011 Eric Dickerson, 1982 4. Reggie Dupard, 1984 Redman Hume, 1927 6. Reggie Dupard, 1985

19 17 17 16 16 14

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96t 95t 93t 92t 91 87 84t 82t 80t 80t

CAREER 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

CAREER TOUCHDOWNS 1. Zach Line, 2009-12 Eric Dickerson, 1979-82 3. Reggie Dupard, 1982-85 4. Doak Walker, 1945, 1947-49 5. Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97 6. Alvin Maxson, 1971-73 Kyle Rote, 1948-50

5 4

Zach Line

28 20 16 16 15 15 10 10 8 8 8 7 7 7 7


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

Leader Paul Page Paul Page Doak Walker Doak Walker Kyle Rote Kyle Rote Jerry Norton Jerry Norton Frank Eidom Frank Eidom Don McIlhenny Charlie Jackson Charlie Jackson Tirey Wilemon Glynn Gregory Frank Jackson Billy Gannon Don Campbell John Roderick Floyd Burke Mac White Mac White Daryl Doggett Mike Richardson Daryl Doggett Gary Hammond Alvin Maxson Alvin Maxson Alvin Maxson Ricky Wesson Wayne Morris Arthur Whittington Arthur Whittington Derrek Shelton Craig James Eric Dickerson Eric Dickerson (6) Eric Dickerson (3) Reggie Dupard (7) Reggie Dupard Reggie Dupard (8) Jeff Atkins Kevin Love Kevin Love Rongea Hill Rongea Hill Kevin Shepard Ramon Flanigan Donte Womack Donte Womack Donte Womack Rodnick Phillips Kris Briggs Kris Briggs ShanDerrick Charles Keylon Kincade Keylon Kincade Jerad Romo DeMyron Martin DeMyron Martin Justin Willis Andrew McKinney Shawnbrey McNeal Zach Line Zach Line Zach Line

Att. 23 48 163 108 142 152 128 148 63 126 104 97 42 48 50 80 57 76 60 51 176 135 33 207 189 228 219 224 115 181 163 161 205 98 168 188 255 232 197 196 229 201 112 131 168 128 112 182 208 160 181 239 102 231 134 327 317 87 185 92 180 46 236 244 208 277

Yds. 355 209 *684 532 *777 762 438 383 273 677 544 571 234 350 269 269 187 299 345 174 486 606 172 1,034 809 891 *1,012 1,005 717 885 800 789 824 332 761 928 *1,428 *1,617 *1,249 1,160 *1,278 796 423 469 663 512 463 502 758 887 775 1,115 522 828 860 1,279 1,280 434 854 369 699 190 1,188 1,494 1,224 1,278

Avg. 15.4 4.4 4.2 4.9 5.5 5.0 3.4 3.6 4.3 5.4 5.2 5.9 5.6 7.3 5.4 3.4 3.2 3.9 5.8 3.4 2.7 4.4 5.2 5.0 4.2 3.9 4.7 4.5 6.2 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.0 3.4 4.5 4.9 5.6 7.0 6.3 5.9 5.6 4.0 3.8 3.6 3.9 4.0 4.1 2.8 3.6 5.5 4.3 4.7 5.1 3.6 6.4 3.9 4.0 5.0 4.6 4.0 3.9 4.1 5.0 6.1 5.9 4.6

* Led Conference - (#) Indicates top 10 national ranking

HISTORY

MEDIA

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

YEARLY RUSHING LEADERS Year 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

RECORDS

TD 5 3 8 8 8 12 3 3 1 1 6 4 1 2 1 0 1 1 3 2 6 6 0 11 4 6 5 12 7 10 4 7 9 3 4 5 19 17 9 16 14 10 6 3 6 4 1 12 3 5 4 9 6 3 7 7 4 4 7 0 3 1 12 10 17 13

Name, Year Mike Richardson, 1968 ShanDerrick Charles, 2001 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Craig James, 1980 Jeff Atkins, 1983 Donte Womack, 1997 ShanDerrick Charles, 2001 Wayne Morris, 1975 Zach Line, 2010 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Kris Briggs, 2002 Paul Page, 1945 Reggie Dupard, 1984 Gary Hammond, 1970 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Rodnick Phillips, 1998 Keylon Kincade, 2003 Charles Wagoner, 1979 Reggie Dupard, 1985 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Reggie Dupard, 1985 Alvin Maxson, 1971 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Zach Line, 2010 Zach Line, 2012 Reggie Dupard, 1983 Arthur Whittington, 1976 Reggie Dupard, 1983 DeMyron Martin, 2005 Arthur Whittington, 1976 Alvin Maxson, 1972 Keylon Kincade, 2001 Shawnbrey McNeal, 2009 Reggie Dupard, 1983 Mike Richardson, 1968 Jeff Atkins, 1984 Wayne Morris, 1973 Rongea Hill, 1991 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Frank Eidom, 1954 Wayne Morris, 1975 Zach Line, 2011 John Marshall, 1954 Craig James, 1979 Craig James, 1981 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Keylon Kincade, 2002 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Keylon Kincade, 2002 Shawnbrey McNeal, 2009 Tennell Atkins, 1976 Donte Womack, 1996 Kevin Shepard, 1992 Wayne Morris, 1973 Reggie Dupard, 1983 Mike Richardson, 1968 Wayne Morris, 1972 Larry Wilson, 1991 Reggie Dupard, 1982 Kelsey Adams, 1997 Daryl Doggett, 1969 Rodnick Phillips, 1998 Kyle Rote, 1950 James Mapps, 2007 David Bostick, 1973 Ramon Flanigan, 1993 Eric Dickerson, 1980 Shawnbrey McNeal, 2009 Benton Musslewhite, 1951 John Roderick, 1963 Craig James, 1980 Johnnie Freeman, 1999 Ricky Wesson, 1974 Brian Duncan, 1973 Mike Richardson, 1968 Jeff Atkins, 1983 Kelsey Adams, 1997 Zach Line, 2011 Wayne Morris, 1972

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Opponent Texas A&M at San Jose State Houston BYU Rice Arkansas UTEP Texas Marshall Texas A&M Tulsa at TCU at UNLV Texas A&M Rice at Rice at Tulsa North Texas at Houston Tulane TCU New Mexico State North Texas at Tulane at Tulane at Arkansas at Rice Rice Rice North Texas Wake Forest at Tulsa UTEP Texas-Arlington N.C. State at UNLV at Rice at Tulane at UTEP Texas-Arlington at Arkansas Arkansas at Southern Miss TCU at Arkansas Rice TCU Texas Tech Baylor Louisiana Tech SFA at Texas at UTEP at New Mexico at Oregon State Texas Tech Baylor Wake Forest at Vanderbilt TCU Rice at Baylor at Navy at Rice UTEP at Baylor at Navy at Rice Tulane Missouri Navy at Texas at Tulane Rice Virginia Tech Rice Texas-Arlington at Tulsa Tulane New Mexico St.

Att-Yds-TD 39-244-3 27-243-1 27-241-1 23-225-2 20-218-2 38-212-1 27-212-4 21-202-2 30-202-1 14-200-3 20-198-2 8-195-3 22-191-2 36-190-0 26-186-1 23-185-2 36-185-1 26-184-1 31-184-2 19-183-2 21-182-2 29-179-1 24-179-2 23-177-2 28-177-0 19-175-2 35-174-2 29-172-0 26-171-1 20-170-3 22-169-4 27-169-1 18-169-1 13-168-1 29-167-1 19-167-2 25-166-3 37-166-1 16-165-2 23-164-1 22-163-3 31-163-0 22-163-0 16-162-1 28-162-0 20-161-0 27-160-2 37-160-1 29-158-3 46-158-2 19-158-1 26-157-0 12-157-2 34-156-0 22-155-0 22-155-1 24-154-1 18-154-1 18-154-0 26-153-1 23-152-1 31-151-0 34-151-2 22-150-1 26-149-2 21-148-0 15-148-1 22-147-0 26-147-2 10 -146-1 11-146-2 19 -146-1 7-146-1 24-145-2 14-144-0 31-143-3 21-143-1 25-143-4 25-143-3 13-142-1


OUTLOOK Craig James, 1980 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Mac White, 1966 Jerry Norton, 1952 Jerry Norton, 1952 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Rongea Hill, 1991 Alvin Maxson, 1973 Jeff Atkins, 1985 Craig James, 1981 Donte Womack, 1995 Donte Womack, 1996 Kelsey Adams, 1998 Kris Briggs, 1999 DeMyron Martin, 2007 Arthur Whittington, 1977 Craig James, 1981 Keylon Kincade, 2003 Zach Line, 2011 Zach Line, 2012 Zach Line, 2011 Alvin Maxson, 1972 Craig James, 1981 Jeff Atkins, 1983 Reggie Dupard, 1983 Arthur Whittington, 1977 Kris Briggs, 2002 James Mapps, 2006 Reggie Dupard, 1985 Shawnbrey McNeal, 2009 Kyle Rote, 1950 Daryl Doggett, 1969 Craig James, 1982 Donte Womack, 1996 Mike Livingston, 1966 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Rongea Hill, 1992 Donte Womack, 1994 DeMyron Martin, 2005 Zach Line, 2011 Zach Line, 2012 Charles Jackson, 1957 Keylon Kincade, 2002 Keylon Kincade, 2003 Kyle Rote, 1950 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Jeff Atkins, 1983 Eric Dickerson, 1983 Donte Womack, 1996 Kelsey Adams, 1997 Gary Hammond, 1970 Alvin Maxson, 1972 David Bostick, 1974 Eric Dickerson, 1979 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Reggie Dupard, 1983 ShanDerrick Charles, 2001 Arthur Whittington, 1977 Craig James, 1982 Rodnick Phillips, 1998 Keylon Kincade, 2002 Keylon Kincade, 2002 Keylon Kincade, 2003 Daryl Doggett, 1969 Alvin Maxson, 1971 Alvin Maxson, 1971 Jeff Atkins, 1983 Rongea Hill, 1990 Zach Line, 2011 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Rongea Hill, 1992 Donte Womack, 1997 Rodnick Phillips, 1998 Rodnick Phillips, 1999 Kyle Rote, 1948 David Bostick, 1974 Craig James, 1981 Kelsey Adams, 1997 DeMyron Martin, 2005 Zach Line, 2011 Arthur Whittington, 1976 Reggie Dupard, 1985 Reggie Dupard, 1985 Kevin Love, 1990

PLAYERS

COACHES North Texas Grambling Rice at Rice Texas A&M at Arkansas at TCU Santa Clara at TCU North Texas Arkansas Missouri at Navy vs. Cal State Northridge Rice at Houston Texas-Arlington Fresno State at Memphis at Baylor Navy at Florida Texas Tech Texas Tech Baylor Rice at Hawaii Arkansas State UTEP Navy Georgia Tech Texas Tech at Rice New Mexico Baylor Texas Tech Houston New Mexico East Carolina at Texas A&M Memphis at California at TCU UTEP Texas A&M North Texas Baylor vs. Pitt Utah Wyoming New Mexico State at Arkansas at Ohio State Rice at Texas A&M at Texas A&M at Nevada Tulane TCU at Hawaii at Rice San Jose State at Nevada at Rice at Rice at Baylor Alabama Vanderbilt at TCU at Texas Tulane Navy Mississippi Fresno State Baylor Texas Tech at Arkansas at Utah TCU at Tulsa vs. Arkansas Texas at Oklahoma Vanderbilt

OPPONENTS 15-142-2 20-142-2 18-141-0 24-140-1 32-140-2 25-140-1 28-140-0 10-139-2 23-139-3 26-137-2 21-137-1 22-137-1 18-137-0 7-137-4 16-137-0 26-136-2 23-136-3 28-136-0 20-136-3 25-135-0 24-135-0 26-134-2 24-134-0 22-134-1 22-133-0 25-132-2 12-132-1 14-132-1 20-131-2 15-131-0 12-130-2 26-130-1 20-130-1 8-130-2 17-129-1 19-129-0 24-129-3 13-129-1 22-129-1 22-128-1 23-127-1 10-127-1 36-127-1 31-127-2 27-126-2 23-126-2 14-125-1 27-124-0 21-124-0 28-124-1 26-123-4 22-123-2 20-123-0 22-123-3 21-123-3 30-123-0 22-123-0 15-122-1 22-122-0 18-122-1 34-122-0 30-121-1 31-121-1 26-120-3 22-120-1 24-120-0 9-120-0 11-120-0 21-120-0 19-119-1 25-119-1 25-119-1 22-119-1 26-119-1 20-118-2 26-118-1 18-118-1 26-118-1 26-118-2 22-118-1 29-117-0 25-117-4 24-117-2 19-117-0

REVIEW DeMyron Martin, 2005 Mike Richardson, 1968 Alvin Maxson, 1971 Kyle Rote, 1949 James Hagle, 1965 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Kris Briggs, 2000 Wayne Morris, 1974 Reggie Dupard, 1984 Foy Munlin, 2004 Justin, Willis, 2007 Zach Line, 2011 Zach Line, 2012 Mac White, 1965 Eric Dickerson, 1979 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Ramon Flanigan, 1994 Kris Briggs, 2000 Keylon Kincade, 2003 Jerry Norton, 1951 Wayne Morris, 1974 Eric Dickerson, 1980 Jeff Atkins, 1984 Doak Walker, 1947 Kyle Rote, 1949 Mac White, 1966 Eric Dickerson, 1980 Jeff Atkins, 1983 Reggie Dupard, 1984 Ramon Flanigan, 1997 Tirey Wilemon, 1958 Eric Dickerson, 1980 Craig James, 1982 Daryl Doggett, 1969 David Bostick, 1975 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Jerry Norton, 1951 Don McIlhenny, 1954 Ricky Wesson, 1974 Keith Bobo, 1973 Ricky Wesson, 1973 David Bostick, 1973 Eric Dickerson, 1980 Jacques Smith, 1993 Kris Briggs, 2000 Kyle Rote, 1950 Frank Eidom, 1953 Alvin Maxson, 1972 David Bostick, 1975 Mitchell Bennett, 1980 Donte Womack, 1995 Doak Walker, 1949 David Bostick, 1974 Keylon Kincade, 2002 Zach Line, 2012 Doak Walker, 1947 Ricky Wesson, 1974 Craig James, 1981 Donte Womack, 1995 Kelsey Adams, 1997 Fred Turner, 2006 Alvin Maxson, 1971 Rex Garner, 1974 Ricky Wesson, 1974 Eric Dickerson, 1979 Craig James, 1982 Reggie Dupard, 1984 Keylon Kincade, 2003 Kyle Rote, 1949 Arthur Whittington, 1977 Craig James, 1980 Eric Dickerson, 1982 Jeff Atkins, 1985 Johnnie Freeman, 2000 Keylon Kincade, 2002 Charles Jackson, 1956 Arthur Whittington, 1975 Keylon Kincade, 2002 DeMyron Martin, 2006 Craig James, 1979 Ramon Flanigan, 1997 DeMyron Martin, 2007

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RECORDS

HISTORY

UTEP at Auburn Texas Tech Notre Dame Texas at Texas Tech Tulsa Oregon State Houston San Jose St. at Memphis Utep Houston at TCU at Wichita State at TCU New Mexico Nevada at Baylor at Texas A&M Texas A&M at Baylor Notre Dame (n) Missouri Baylor Illinois North Texas at TCU at Rice at Tulsa at Missouri BYU Tulane TCU at Wake Forest at Houston Missouri at Rice Virgina Tech TCU at Rice TCU Arkansas Rice San Jose State at Missouri Rice Baylor at Texas Tech Arkansas at Texas A&M Missouri at TCU Tulsa Texas A&M at Santa Clara at Arkansas Grambling Texas UTEP Sam Houston St. Arkansas Oregon State at TCU Baylor at UTEP Notre Dame Boise State at TCU at TCU Arkansas at Rice UTEP Tulane at Fresno State at Duke TCU Navy at Rice North Texas Rice at TCU

MEDIA 30-117-0 17-116-0 30-116-0 24-115-3 7-115-1 21-115-2 29-115-1 18-114-1 9-114-1 16-114-1 23-114-1 20-114-2 22-113-2 24-113-0 20-113-2 20-113-2 22-113-2 23-113-0 30-113-0 24-112-1 19-112-0 22-112-1 17-112-1 16-111-2 16-111-1 17-111-2 17-111-0 17-111-1 26-111-2 11-111-1 7-110-1 23-110-2 16-110-1 23-109-0 25-109-1 21-109-2 19-108-1 23-108-1 17-108-2 18-107-3 19-107-0 20-107-0 18-107-1 14-107-0 24-107-0 17-106-2 7-106-0 23-106-0 23-106-1 3-106-1 26-106-1 6-105-3 15-105-0 18-105-1 16-104-0 14-104-2 24-104-0 21-104-2 24-104-0 17-104-2 9-104-0 17-103-0 15-103-2 16-103-3 22-103-1 18-103-0 23-103-1 21-103-0 13-102-1 20-102-1 23-102-2 25-102-1 23-102-1 6-102-1 25-102-0 13-101-0 22-101-0 20-101-0 15-101-0 18-100-0 14-100-2 19-100-1


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

PASSING RECORDS CAREER ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 Mike Romo, 1989-92 Mike Ford, 1977-80 Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97 Kyle Padron, 2009-11 Justin Willis, 2006-08 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008-09 Josh McCown, 1998-2000 Dan Freiburger, 1989-92 Garrett Gilbert, 2012-Present

1,115 1,034 885 829 729 684 676 664 627 506

SEASON ATTEMPTS (300+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Kyle Padron, 2010 Garrett Gilbert, 2012 Mike Romo, 1989 Chuck Hixson, 1968 J.J. McDermott, 2011 Justin Willis, 2007 Mike Romo, 1990 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008 Dan Freiburger, 1992 Mike Ford, 1978 Chuck Hixson, 1969 Josh McCown, 2000 Ramon Flanigan, 1994 Mike Ford, 1977

508 506 503 468 455 414 412 410 390 389 362 331 312 301

SINGLE-GAME ATTEMPTS (50+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 12.

Chuck Hixson at Ohio State, 1968 Mike Romo vs. Connecticut, 1989 Mike Romo at Rice, 1990 Mike Romo vs. Texas Tech, 1989 Garrett Gilbert at Baylor, 2012 Josh McCown at Houston, 2000 Bo Levi Mitchell at Washington St., 2009 Dan Freiburger at Rice, 1992 Kelan Luker vs. La. Tech, 2001 Chris Sanders at Air Force, 1998 Chuck Hixson vs. Air Force, 1969 Dan Freiburger, TCU, 1992 Chuck Hixson, Baylor, 1968 Garrett Gilbert at Tulane, 2012

69 64 62 60 59 57 57 55 54 53 53 51 51 51

CAREER COMPLETIONS (250+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 Mike Romo, 1989-92 Mike Ford, 1977-80 Kyle Padron, 2009-11 Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97 Justin Willis, 2006-08 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008-09 Dan Freiburger, 1989-92 Josh McCown, 1998-2000 J.J. McDermott, 2010-11 Garrett Gilbert, 2012-Present Fred Benners, 1949-51

642 601 475 446 438 424 385 349 340 274 268 266

SEASON COMPLETIONS (200+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kyle Padron, 2010 Mike Romo, 1989 J.J. McDermott, 2011 Garrett Gilbert, 2012 Chuck Hixson, 1968 Mike Romo, 1990 Justin Willis, 2007 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008 Dan Freiburger, 1992 Mike Ford, 1978

302 282 272 268 265 250 242 236 229 224

11. Chuck Hixson, 1969

217

SINGLE-GAME COMPLETIONS 1. Mike Romo at Rice, 1990 Bo Levi Mitchell at Washington St., 2009 3. Mike Romo vs. Arkansas, 1990 4. Mike Romo vs. Texas Tech, 1989 5. Chuck Hixson at Ohio State, 1968 6. Dan Freiburger at Rice, 1992 Mike Ford at Ohio State, 1978 8. Justin Willis at Memphis, 2007 9. Mike Romo vs. Connecticut, 1989 Chuck Hixson vs. Air Force, 1969 Garrett Gilbert at Baylor, 2012

40 40 39 38 37 36 36 35 34 34 34

CAREER YARDAGE (3,000+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 Mike Ford, 1977-80 Mike Romo, 1989-92 Kyle Padron, 2009-11 Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97 Justin Willis, 2006-08 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008-09 Josh McCown, 1998-2000 Dan Freiburger, 1989-92 Lance McIlhenny, 1980-83 J.J. McDermott, 2010-11 Fred Benners, 1949-51 Don Meredith, 1957-59

7,179 6,239 6,041 5,902 5,640 4,991 4,590 4,019 3,769 3,512 3,454 3,373 3,130

SEASON YARDAGE (2,000+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Kyle Padron, 2010 J.J. McDermott, 2011 Chuck Hixson, 1968 Mike Ford, 1978 Justin Willis, 2007 Garrett Gilbert, 2012 Mike Romo, 1989 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008 Dan Freiburger, 1992 Mike Romo, 1990 Chuck Hixson, 1969 Mike Ford, 1977 Justin Willis, 2007 Bobby Watters, 1986

Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

3,828 3,421 3,103 3,007 2,944 2,932 2,927 2,865 2,580 2,434 2,313 2,064 2,047 2,041

3,421, J.J. McDermott, 2011 2,932, Garrett Gilbert, 2012 3,828, Kyle Padron, 2010 2,927, Mike Romo, 1989

SINGLE-GAME PASSING YARDAGE (300+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17.

Kyle Padron vs. Nevada, 2009 Mike Romo vs. North Texas, 1989 Mike Romo at Rice, 1990 Bo Levi Mitchell at Washington St., 2009 Josh McCown at UTEP, 2000 Chuck Hixson at Ohio State, 1968 Mike Romo vs. Texas Tech, 1989 Mark Eldred at Houston, 1993 Dan Freiburger at Rice, 1992 Chuck Hixson at Texas, 1970 Kyle Padron vs. Tulsa, 2010 Mike Livingston vs. Texas, 1967 Justin Willis at Memphis, 2007 Dan Freiburger vs. TCU, 1992 Mike Romo vs. Connecticut, 1989 Kyle Padron at Rice, 2010 Bo Levi Mitchell vs. Texas State, 2008

460 450 449 424 420 417 408 399 393 381 381 378 375 372 371 371 370

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18. Bo Levi Mitchell vs. Houston, 2008 19. Mike Romo vs. Arkansas, 1990 J.J. McDermott vs. UCF, 2011 21. Mike Ford vs. Houston, 1978

365 358 358 357

J.J. McDermott at Memphis, 2011 23. Chuck Hixson vs. Air Force, 1969 24. Justin Willis vs. Tulane, 2007 Kyle Padron at Tulsa, 2009 Kyle Padron at Tulane, 2010 27. Justin Willis vs. North Texas, 2007 Bo Levi Mitchell at UAB, 2009 Garrett Gilbert vs. Memphis, 2012 30. Bo Levi Mitchell vs. Southern Miss, 2008 Justin Willis at Houston, 2007 32. J.J. McDermott at TCU, 2011 33. Chuck Hixson vs. Baylor, 1968 34. Dan Freiburger vs. Houston, 1992 35. Mike Romo vs. Vanderbilt, 1990 36. Mike Ford at Ohio State, 1978 37. Chuck Hixson at Texas, 1968 Fred Benners at Notre Dame, 1951 39. Mike Ford at Baylor, 1978 40. Jerad Romo at UAB, 2005 41. Kyle Padron at East Carolina, 2010 42. Chris Sanders at Air Force, 1998 43. Josh McCown at Houston, 2000 44. Josh McCown vs. San Jose State, 2000 45. Chuck Hixson vs. N.C. State, 1968 Mike Livingston vs. TCU, 1967 47. J.J. McDermott vs. Tulane, 2011 48. Bo Levi Mitchell at Tulane, 2008 Kyle Padron vs. Houston, 2010 50. Ramon Flanigan vs. New Mexico, 1996 Chuck Hixson at Arkansas, 1968 Mike Livingston vs. Arkansas, 1967 53. Mike Ford at Rice, 1978 54. Dan Freiburger at Tulane, 1991 55. Chuck Hixson at TCU, 1968 56. Fred Benners at Ohio State, 1950 57. Kyle Padron vs. Army, 2010 58. Josh McCown at Tulsa, 1999

357 356 354 354 354 353 353 353 351 351 349 348 346 342 341 336 336 335 333 331 327 326 324 323 323 322 318 318 316 316 316 315 310 309 306 302 300

Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

393, Dan Freiburger at Rice, 1992 420, Josh McCown vs. UTEP, 2000 449, Mike Romo at Rice, 1990 460, Kyle Padron vs. Nevada, 2009

CAREER 300-YARD PASSING GAMES 1. Kyle Padron Chuck Hixson 3. Mike Romo Bo Levi Mitchell 5. Justin Willis Dan Freiburger Josh McCown Mike Ford 9. Mike Livingston 10. Fred Benners Ramon Flanigan

8 8 6 6 4 4 4 4 3 2 2

CAREER COMPLETION PCT. Minimum 600 attempts Kyle Padron, 2009-11 Minimum 300 attempts Don Meredith, 1957-59

.612 (446-729) .610 (241-395)


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

SINGLE-GAME COMPLETION PCT. Minimum 20 completions Justin Willis vs. Marshall, 2006 Minimum 15 completions Justin Willis vs. Sam Houston St., 2006 Minimum 10 completions Justin Willis vs. Sam Houston St., 2006

.870 (20-23) .947 (18-19) .947 (18-19)

CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS 1. Josh McCown at Tulsa, 1999 2. Bobby Watters at Rice, 1986 Justin Willis vs. Sam Houston St., 2006

19 13 13

CAREER TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Justin Willis, 2006-08 Kyle Padron, 2009-11 Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008-09 Mike Romo, 1989-92 Mike Ford, 1977-80 Lance McIlhenny, 1980-83 Ramon Flanigan, 1994-97 Josh McCown, 1998-2000

51 41 40 36 35 34 33 30 27

SEASON TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Kyle Padron, 2010 Justin Willis, 2006 Justin Willis, 2007 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008 Chuck Hixson, 1968 Mike Romo, 1990 J.J. McDermott, 2011 Mike Ford, 1978 9. Dan Freiburger, 1992 Garrett Gilbert, 2012 11. Mike Romo, 1989 12. Bobby Watters, 1986 Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

31 26 25 24 21 19 17 17 15 15 14 13 17, J.J. McDermott, 2011 15, Garrett Gilbert, 2012 31, Kyle Padron, 2010 26, Justin Willis, 2006

SINGLE-GAME TOUCHDOWNS PASSES 1. Mike Romo vs. Vanderbilt, 1990 2. Bo Levi Mitchell vs. Texas State, 2008 Justin Willis vs. Sam Houston St., 2006 4. Eight players, 13 times last by Garrett Gilbert vs. Houston, 2012

6 5 5 4

CAREER INTERCEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 Mike Ford, 1977-80 Mike Romo, 1989-92 Josh McCown, 1998-2000 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008-09

56 54 38 34 33

SEASON INTERCEPTIONS 1. Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008 Mike Ford, 1978 Chuck Hixson, 1968 4. Mike Ford, 1977

23 23 23 20

SINGLE-GAME INTERCEPTIONS 1. Mike Ford vs. Ohio State, 1977 2. Five times last by Bo Levi Mitchell at Texas Tech, 2008

7 5

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

YEARLY PASSING LEADERS Year 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Doak Walker Frank Payne Gil Johnson Gil Johnson (6) Fred Benners Fred Benners (7) Fred Benners (9) Jerry Norton Duane Nutt Duane Nutt John Roach Charlie Arnold Don Meredith Don Meredith Don Meredith (5) Frank Jackson Jerry Rhome Don Campbell Danny Thomas Danny Thomas Mac White Mike Livingston Mike Livingston (4) Chuck Hixson (1) Chuck Hixson (2) Chuck Hixson (4) Gary Hammond Keith Bobo Keith Bobo Ricky Wesson Ricky Wesson Ricky Wesson Mike Ford Mike Ford (2) Jim Bob Taylor Mike Ford Lance McIlhenny Lance McIlhenny Lance McIlhenny Don King Don King Bobby Watters Mike Romo Mike Romo Todd Ritz Dan Freiburger Ramon Flanigan Ramon Flanigan Derek Canine Ramon Flanigan Chris Sanders Chris Sanders Josh McCown Josh McCown David Page Richard Bartel Richard Bartel Tony Eckert Jerad Romo Justin Willis Justin Willis Bo Levi Mitchell Kyle Padron Kyle Padron (9) J.J. McDermott Garrett Gilbert

Att. 65 107 78 128 85 *192 204 62 91 105 141 *157 *102 112 *181 54 129 89 138 121 130 81 *250 *468 *362 *285 160 120 57 88 84 154 301 *389 148 158 155 120 162 177 209 285 503 412 202 390 199 312 179 212 128 181 234 331 193 148 151 203 282 270 414 410 201 508 455 506

Comp. 38 50 43 *78 47 *109 *110 29 39 *58 64 71 *71 65 105* 25 *74 43 55 49 52 37 *152 *265 *217 *160 75 65 27 37 35 69 *153 *224 73 75 67 57 77 93 107 154 282 250 103 229 111 168 100 106 57 99 125 169 104 89 68 111 135 182 242 236 135 302 272 268

Pct. .585 .467 .551 *.609 .553 *.567 *.539 .468 .429 .552 .454 .452 *.696 *.580 *.580 .463 *.574 .483 .478 .405 .400 .457 *.608 *.566 *.599 .561 .469 *.542 .474 .421 .417 .448 .508 .576 .493 .475 .432 .475 .475 .525 .512 .540 .561 .607 .510 .587 .558 .538 .559 .500 .445 .547 .534 .511 .539 .601 .450 .547 .550 .674 .585 .576 .672 .594 .598 .530

Yds. 387 585 565 *1,026 1,069 *1,361 1,306 431 581 783 *907 964 *912 952 *1,266 298 683 450 846 491 658 475 *1,750 *3,103 *2,313 *1,763 787 1,003 541 688 672 1,011 *2,064 *3,007 1,001 951 1,066 910 1,233 1,598 1,386 2,041 2,927 2,434 1,053 2,580 1,334 1,869 1,019 1,715 678 1,050 1,434 1,969 1,209 1,078 797 1,406 1,781 2,047 2,994 2,865 1,922 3,828 3,421 2,932

* Led Conference; National ranking based on completions in parentheses - top 10 only

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Int. 4 11 8 13 9 12 12 2 12 10 14 14 6 7 10 4 6 7 7 10 11 6 14 23 15 18 8 6 4 7 4 8 20 23 9 8 10 3 7 6 6 15 18 13 13 12 8 8 6 11 4 7 10 16 7 8 9 13 7 6 18 23 4 14 16 15

TD 1 5 5 *9 6 9 9 1 6 7 6 8 *7 7 *11 2 5 3 4 0 4 4 *10 *21 9 *10 3 10 4 *9 6 8 11 *17 *10 6 7 10 11 8 5 13 14 19 5 15 8 6 7 13 6 6 11 9 8 8 4 6 9 26 25 24 10 31 17 15


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

RECEIVING RECORDS CAREER RECEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18.

Emmanuel Sanders, 2006-09 Cole Beasley, 2008-11 Jason Wolf, 1989-92 Darius Johnson, 2009-12 Mick Rossley, 1991-94 Aldrick Robinson, 2007-10 Emanuel Tolbert, 1976-79 Korey Beard, 1989-92 Jerry LeVias, 1966-68 Chris Cunningham, 1999-2003 Ron Morris, 1983-86 Cody Cardwell, 1999-2002 John Hampton, 1999-2002 Terrance Wilkerson, 2008-11 Ken Fleming, 1968-70 Michael Bowen, 1986, 1989-90 Brian Berry, 1990-94 Albert Johnson, 1995-98 Bobby Chase, 2004-06

CAREER YARDAGE (1,500+) 285 255 235 232 186 181 171 165 155 155 147 115 114 110 110 109 108 107 107

SEASON RECEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Emmanuel Sanders, 2009 Cole Beasley, 2010 Cole Beasley, 2011 Mick Rossley, 1994 Jerry LeVias, 1968 Darius Johnson, 2011 Darius Johnson, 2010 Emmanuel Sanders, 2007 Emmanuel Sanders, 2008 Jeremy Johnson, 2012 11. Aldrick Robinson, 2010 12. Korey Beard, 1992 Emanuel Tolbert, 1977 Darius Johnson, 2012 Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

98 87 86 83 80 79 78 74 67 67 65 64 64 64

98, Emmanuel Sanders, 2009 87, Cole Beasley, 2010 78, Darius Johnson, 2010 61, Jason Wolf, 1989

SINGLE-GAME RECEPTIONS 1. Emmanuel Sanders at Washington St., 2009 2. Jerry LeVias at Ohio State, 1968 3. Jason Wolf at Arkansas, 1992 Emanuel Tolbert at Arkansas, 1977 5. Emanuel Tolbert at Baylor, 1978 Michael Bowen at Rice, 1990 Jason Wolf vs. Arkansas, 1990 Emmanuel Sanders at Memphis, 2007

18 15 14 14 13 13 13 13

Senior: 18, Emmanuel Sanders at Washington St. Junior: 13, Emanuel Tolbert at Baylor, 1978 Sophomore: 14, Emanuel Tolbert at Ark., 1977 Freshman: 11, Jason Wolf vs. Texas Tech, 1989

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Emmanuel Sanders, 2006-09 Aldrick Robinson, 2007-10 Cole Beasley, 2008-11 Darius Johnson, 2009-12 Emanuel Tolbert, 1976-79 Ron Morris, 1983-86 Jerry LeVias, 1966-68 Jason Wolf, 1989-92 Korey Beard, 1989-92 Mick Rossley, 1991-94 Chris Cunningham, 1999-2003 Bobby Chase, 2004-06 Albert Johnson, 1995-98 Brian Berry, 1990-94 Cody Cardwell, 1999-2002

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Emmanuel Sanders, 2009 Aldrick Robinson, 2010 Jerry LeVias, 1968 Darius Johnson, 2011 Cole Beasley, 2010 Aldrick Robinson, 2008 Emanuel Tolbert, 1978 Cole Beasley, 2011 Emanuel Tolbert, 1977 Emmanuel Sanders, 2008 Emmanuel Sanders, 2007 Mick Rossley, 1994

3,791 3,314 2,959 2,854 2,784 2,410 2,275 2,232 1,964 1,911 1,811 1,615 1,575 1,535 1,525

SEASON YARDAGE

Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

1,339 1,301 1,131 1,118 1,060 1,047 1,041 1,040 996 958 889 857

1,339, Emmanuel Sanders, 2009 1,118, Darius Johnson, 2011 1,047, Aldrick Robinson, 2008 688, Ron Morris, 1983

SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Jerry LeVias vs. N.C. State, 1968 Aldrick Robinson at UCF, 2008 Aldrick Robinson vs. Houston, 2008 Emmanuel Sanders at Washington St., 2009 Aldrick Robinson vs. Nevada, 2009 Gary Hammond vs. Texas Tech, 1969 Louis Scott at Texas, 1970 8. Aldrick Robinson vs. Texas State, 2008 Kenny Harrison vs. Rice, 1972 10. Cole Beasley vs. Northwestern State, 2011 11. Jerry LeVias vs. Texas, 1967 Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

213 210 186 178 176 175 175 172 172 171 169

213, Jerry LeVias vs. N.C. State, 1968 176, Aldrick Robinson vs. Nevada, 2009 210, Aldrick Robinson at UCF, 2008 172, Kenny Harrison vs. Rice, 1972

Emmanuel Sanders, 2006-09 Aldrick Robinson, 2007-10 Emanuel Tolbert, 1976-79 Jerry LeVias, 1966-68 Darius Johnson, 2009-12 Jason Wolf, 1989-92 Ron Morris, 1983-86 Cole Beasley, 2008-11 Kevin Thornal, 1993-96

1. Aldrick Robinson, 2010 2. Aldrick Robinson, 2008 Emanuel Tolbert, 1978 4. Zack Sledge, 2007 5. Emmanuel Sanders, 2008 Emmanuel Sanders, 2007 Emmanuel Sanders, 2006 8. Darius Johnson, 2011 Jerry LeVias, 1968 10. Seven players, seven times Senior: Junior: Sophomore: Freshman:

34 30 25 22 20 17 15 14 14

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14 11 11 10 9 9 9 8 8 7

14, Aldrick Robinson, 2010 11, Emanuel Tolbert, 1978 11, Aldrick Robinson, 2008 9, Emmanuel Sanders, 2006

SINGLE-GAME TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. Emanuel Tolbert at Baylor, 1978 4 2. Nine players 3 last by Aldrick Robinson vs. Washington St., 2010

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION 1. Aldrick Robinson, 2010 Navy - Army 2. Emmanuel Sanders, 2006 Sam Houston St. - ECU 3. Aldrick Robinson, 2008 Tulane - Navy 4. Emanuel Tolbert, 1977 Houston - Rice Jerry LeVias, 1966 Purdue - Texas

8 6 5 4 4

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH TWO TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. Albert Johnson, 1998 Tulane, Arkansas, Mississippi

3

CAREER YARDS PER CATCH

Minimum 100 receptions Aldrick Robinson, 2007-10

18.3

SEASON YARDS PER CATCH

Minimum 45 receptions Aldrick Robinson, 2010

20.0

SINGLE-GAME YARDS PER CATCH

Minimum 10 receptions Aldrick Robinson at UCF, 2008

CAREER TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

SEASON TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS

21.0


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LONGEST RECEIVING PLAYS Yards 96t 96t 94t 90t 84t 86 85 82t 80t 80t 80t 80t 79 79t 78 78t 78t

Receiver Aldrick Robinson Craig James Aldrick Robinson Johnnie Freeman Cody Cardwell Paul Page James Whitmore Aldrick Robinson Albert Johnson Ron Morris Freeman Johns Henry Christopher Ron Morris Bobby Leach John Milam Jim Welch Jackie Wilson

Quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell Jeff Courtwright Bo Levi Mitchell David Page Richard Bartel Gilbert Johnson Mark Eldred Kyle Padron Ramon Flanigan Lance McIlhenny Ricky Wesson Don Meredith Don King Lance McIlhenny John Champion Don Meredith Lance McIlhenny

Opponent East Carolina North Texas at UCF Hawaii Louisiana Tech at UCLA at Houston at Tulane New Mexico at TCU West Virginia Baylor Arkansas at Texas Notre Dame Texas A&M at Baylor

Year 2009 1982 2008 2001 2002 1947 1993 2010 1996 1983 1975 1958 1984 1982 1949 1958 1982

t - indicates a touchdown was scored on the play

LEVIAS BREAKS DOWN WALLS Jerry LeVias has overcome many obstacles in his life to achieve his success. At the age of 12, LeVias suffered a stroke which left him unable to walk for five years, but he rebounded to become a barrier-breaker in college football. The turbulent 1960s saw a huge change in the SMU football program when LeVias accepted the Mustangs' offer to become the first African-American football player to earn an athletic scholarship in the Southwest Conference. LeVias, who chose SMU LeVias earned All-America and All-SWC honors while on the Hilltop... largely because of its accounting program, eventually was named All-America, Academic All-America and Southwest Conference Player of the Year in 1968 when he set the SMU record for receiving yards in a season (1,131). A coach of a high school all-star team of which LeVias was a member said of the wide receiver, “He’ll make a good coach out of someone.” That coach’s name was Doak Walker, the same man who would see many of his own collegiate records broken by LeVias. The Houston native was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in December 2003. Starting in 2009, a deserving student-athlete on the SMU football team is chosen annually to wear the number “23” on his jersey to And was later honored for his honor LeVias for his contributions induction into the College Football to America, the sport of football Hall of Fame. and SMU.

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

YEARLY RECEIVING LEADERS Year 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Gene Wilson (2) Gene Wilson Sid Halliday Kyle Rote Zohn Milam John Champion Benton Musslewhite Don Miller Ed Bernet Frank Eidom Tommy Gentry Tommy Gentry Lon Slaughter Henrey Christopher Glynn Gregory (10) Tommy Brennan Billy Gannon Billy Gannon Tom Hillary Don Crowder John Roderick Jerry LeVias Jerry LeVias (9) Jerry LeVias (T2) Gary Hammond Gary Hammond Alvin Maxson Kenny Harrison Oscar Roan Oscar Roan Freeman Johns Robert Fisher Emanuel Tolbert (2) Emanuel Tolbert (T2) Emanuel Tolbert Anthony Smith Jackie Wilson Gary Smith Ron Morris Ron Morris Ron Morris Jeffrey Jacobs Jason Wolf Michael Bowen Jason Wolf Korey Beard Mick Rossley Mick Rossley (3) Kevin Thornal Kevin Thornal Jack Brewer Albert Johnson Chris Cunningham John Hampton Chris Cunningham Cody Cardwell Matt Rushbrook Chris Foster Bobby Chase Emmanuel Sanders Emmanuel Sanders Emmanuel Sanders Emmanuel Sanders Cole Beasley Cole Beasley Jeremy Johnson

Rec. *31 *19 14 19 20 31 36 16 17 19 10 23 *21 17 *30 11 17 23 25 18 24 18 *57 *80 *51 *50 25 29 16 19 22 23 *64 *62 28 25 20 21 41 27 31 52 61 60 59 64 46 *83 44 37 19 39 39 46 45 47 30 37 39 46 74 67 98 87 86 67

Yds. 311 260 131 215 362 454 532 202 227 246 145 255 203 286 369 117 155 235 306 150 248 420 724 *1,131 722 489 224 542 331 351 452 369 *996 *1,041 376 329 397 154 688 554 411 692 676 528 565 813 468 *857 531 501 352 536 570 572 516 659 359 444 625 605 889 958 1,339 1,060 1,040 679

Avg. 10.0 13.7 9.4 11.3 18.1 14.6 14.7 12.6 13.4 12.9 14.5 11.1 9.6 16.8 12.3 10.6 9.1 10.2 12.2 8.3 14.5 23.3 12.7 14.1 14.2 9.8 9.0 18.7 20.7 18.5 20.5 16.0 15.6 16.8 13.4 13.2 19.9 7.3 16.8 20.5 13.3 13.3 11.1 8.8 9.6 12.7 10.2 10.3 12.1 13.5 18.5 13.7 14.6 12.4 11.5 14.0 12.0 12.0 16.0 13.2 12.0 14.3 13.7 12.2 12.1 10.1

Leaders based on number of catches * Led Conference - # Indicates national ranking (top 10 only)

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TD 1 4 2 3 2 2 3 0 2 2 0 2 2 4 2 0 0 1 2 0 5 7 7 8 2 3 0 4 3 4 4 2 6 *11 4 2 1 3 3 4 2 4 4 7 4 6 3 4 6 7 4 7 5 4 7 3 3 4 4 9 9 9 7 6 2 3


OUTLOOK

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COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

TOTAL OFFENSE RECORDS CAREER PLAYS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ramon Flanigan, '92-'97 Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 Mike Romo, 1989-92 Mike Ford, 1977-80 Justin Willis, 2006-08

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Kyle Padron, 2010 Garrett Gilbert, 2012 Justin Willis, 2007 Mike Romo, 1989 Chuck Hixson, 1968 J.J. McDermott, 2011 Mike Romo, 1990

1,398 (829 pass/569 rush) 1,358 (1,115/243) 1,212 (1,034/178) 1,046 (885/161) 1,000 (684/316)

SEASON PLAYS 612 (508/104) 600 (506/94) 594 (414/180) 581 (503/78) 556 (468/88) 495 (455/40) 490 (412/78)

SINGLE-GAME PLAYS 1. Mike Romo vs. UConn, 1989 Chuck Hixson at Ohio St., 1968 3. Mike Romo at Rice, 1990 Justin Willis at Memphis, 2007 5. Mike Romo vs. Texas Tech, 1989

75 (64/11) 75 (69/6) 71 (62/9) 71 (48/23) 68 (60/8)

CAREER YARDS (4,000+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97 Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 Kyle Padron, 2009-11 Mike Ford, 1977-80 Justin Willis, 2006-08 Mike Romo, 1989-91 Ricky Wesson, 1973-76 Eric Dickerson, 1979-82 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008-09 Josh McCown, 1998-2000 Zach Line, 2009-12 Lance McIlhenny, 1980-83

7,437 (5,640/1,797) 6,884 (7,179/-295) 6,189 (5,902/287) 6,055 (6,239/-184) 6,054 (4,991/1,063) 5,699 (6,041/-342) 4,604 (2,610/1,994) 4,450 (0/4,450) 4,386 (4,590/-204) 4,220 (4,019/201) 4,185 (0/4,185) 4,007 (3,512/495)

Ramon Flanigan

YEARLY TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Doak Walker Gil Johnson Doak Walker Kyle Rote Fred Benners Jerry Norton Duane Nutt Duane Nutt John Roach Charlie Arnold Don Meredith Don Meredith Don Meredith (10) Frank Jackson Jerry Rhome Don Campbell Danny Thomas Roy Oefinger Mac White Mac White Mike Livingston (7) Chuck Hixson (2) Chuck Hixson (9) Chuck Hixson Gary Hammond Keith Bobo Keith Bobo Ricky Wesson Ricky Wesson Ricky Wesson Mike Ford Mike Ford (1) Jim Bob Taylor Mike Ford Eric Dickerson Eric Dickerson Lance McIlhenny Don King Don King Bobby Watters Mike Romo Mike Romo Mike Romo Dan Freiburger Ramon Flanigan Ramon Flanigan Chris James Ramon Flanigan Ramon Flanigan Chris Sanders Josh McCown Josh McCown David Page Keylon Kincade Keylon Kincade Tony Eckert Jerad Romo Justin Willis Justin Willis Bo Levi Mitchell Kyle Padron Kyle Padron J.J. McDermott Garrett Gilbert

Rush Yards 684 -56 449 762 -7 36 -5 64 219 -82 143 230 25 269 82 299 141 123 486 606 18 -108 -112 -76 401 83 443 855 330 385 -138 -50 175 -21 1,428 1,617 68 421 191 74 -166 -206 30 -341 462 502 56 394 422 -96 9 175 105 1,279 1,280 -107 174 354 699 -140 42 244 -291 346

Pass Yards 342 1,026 605 490 1,306 431 581 783 907 964 912 952 1,266 298 693 450 846 206 658 520 1,750 3,103 2,313 1,763 787 1,003 541 688 672 1,011 2,064 3,007 1,001 951 0 0 1,233 1,598 1,386 2,041 2,927 2,434 680 2,580 1,334 1,869 732 1,715 555 1,050 1,434 1,969 1,209 0 0 1,406 1,786 2,047 2,944 2,865 1,922 3,828 3,421 2,932

Total Yards 1,026 970 1,054 1,252 1,299 467 576 847 1,126 882 1,055 1,182 *1,291 567 775 749 987 329 1,144 1,126 *1,768 *2,995 *2,202 *1,687 1,188 1,086 984 *1,573 1,002 1,396 *1,926 *2,957 1,176 930 1,428 1,617 1,301 *2,019 1,577 2,115 2,761 2,228 710 2,239 1,796 *2,371 788 2,109 977 954 1,425 2,144 1,314 1,279 1,280 1,299 1,946 2,401 3,643 2,725 1,964 4,072 3,130 3,278

* Led Conference - # Indicates national ranking (top 10 only)

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Avg. *102.6 97.0 131.7 125.2 129.9 46.7 57.6 84.7 112.6 98.0 105.5 147.7 *129.1 56.7 77.5 93.6 98.7 47.0 114.4 125.1 *176.8 *299.5 *220.2 *187.4 108.0 120.7 123.0 *143.0 91.1 126.9 *175.1 *268.8 106.9 116.2 129.8 147.0 118.3 *183.5 143.4 192.3 251.0 222.8 236.7 203.5 224.5 *237.1 157.6 191.7 88.8 95.4 142.5 194.9 146.0 106.6 106.7 118.1 176.5 218.3 303.6 227.1 280.6 290.9 240.8 252.2


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

SEASON YARDS (2,000+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Kyle Padron, 2010 Justin Willis, 2007 J.J. McDermott, 2011 Garrett Gilbert, 2012 Chuck Hixson, 1968 Mike Ford, 1978 Mike Romo, 1989 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008 Justin Willis, 2006 Ramon Flanigan, 1994 Dan Freiburger, 1992 Mike Romo, 1990 Chuck Hixson, 1969 Bobby Watters, 1986 Josh McCown, 2000 Ramon Flanigan, 1996 Don King, 1984

4,072 (3,828/244) 3,643 (2,944/699) 3,911 (4,130/-219) 3,278 (2,932/346) 2,995 (3,103/-108) 2,957 (3,007/-50) 2,761 (2,927/-166) 2,725 (2,865/-140) 2,401 (2,047/354) 2,371 (1,869/502) 2,239 (2,580/-341) 2,228 (2,434/-206) 2,202 (2,313/-111) 2,115 (2,041/74) 2,144 (175/1,969) 2,109 (1,715/394) 2,019 (1,598/421)

13. 14. 16. 17.

Justin Willis at Memphis, 2007 489 (375/114) Kyle Padron vs. Nevada, 2009 467 (460/7) Josh McCown at UTEP, 2000 439 (420/19) Justin Willis vs. UNT, 2007 435 (353/82) Mike Romo vs. UNT, 1989 434 (450/-16) Mike Romo at Rice, 1990 429 (449/-20) Bo Levi Mitchell at Washington St., 2009410 (424/-14) Mark Eldred at Houston, 1993 404 (399/5) Justin Willis at Houston, 2007 402 (351/51) Mike Romo vs. Texas Tech, 1989 400 (408/-8) Kyle Padron at Rice, 2010 395 (371/24) Kyle Padron vs. Tulsa, 2010 395 (381/14) Chuck Hixson at Ohio State, 1968 393 (417/-24) Ramon Flanigan vs. N. Mex., 1996 388 (316/72) Chuck Hixson at Texas, 1970 388 (381/7) Dan Freiburger at Rice, 1992 377 (393/-16) Ramon Flanigan at Rice, 1994 376 (283/93)

Senior: 388, C. Hixson at Texas, 1970 (381/7) Junior: 439, J. McCown at UTEP, 2000 (420/19) Sophomore: 489, J. Willis at Memphis, 2007 (375/114) Freshman: 467, Kyle Padron vs. Nevada, 2009 (460/7)

CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Kyle Padron, 2009-11 Garrett Gilbert, 2012-Present Mike Romo, 1989-92 Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 Bo Levi Mitchell, 2008-09 Mike Ford, 1977-80

SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME (250+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Justin Willis, 2007 Chuck Hixson, 1968 Kyle Padron, 2010 Kyle Padron, 2009 Mike Ford, 1978 J.J. McDermott, 2011 Garrett Gilbert, 2012

303.6 299.5 290.9 280.6 268.8 253.7 252.2

CAREER YARDS PER PLAY

Minimum 2,000 Yards J.J. McDermott, 2010-11

6.17

SEASON YARDS PER PLAY

Minimum 800 Yards Kyle Padron, 2009

7.79

SINGLE-GAME YARDS PER PLAY

SINGLE-GAME YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

REVIEW

257.9 252.2 237.5 220.0 208.9 183.8

Minimum 20 Plays J.J. McDermott vs. UCF, 2011

11.5

CAREER TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. Justin Willis, 2006 Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97 3. Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 4. Kyle Padron, 2009-11 5. Eric Dickerson, 1979-82 6. Doak Walker, 1945, 47-49

57 (51/6) 57 (30/27) 50 (40/10) 48 (41/7) 47 (0/47) 45 (14/31)

SEASON TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Kyle Padron, 2010 Justin Willis, 2006 Chuck Hixson, 1968 Bo Levi Micthell, 2008 Garrett Gilbert, 2012 Mike Ford, 1978 Justin Willis, 2007 8. Mike Romo, 1990 Eric Dickerson, 1981 Ricky Wesson, 1974

35 (31/4) 29 (26/3) 27 (21/6) 25 (24/1) 23 (15/8) 21 (17/4) 21 (18/3) 19 (19/0) 19 (0/19) 19 (9/10)

SINGLE-GAME TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. Justin Willis vs. Sam Houston St., 2006 Mike Romo vs. Vanderbilt, 1990 3. Six players, eight times last by Zach Line vs. NW State, 2012 (5)

6 (5/1) 6 (6/0) 5

RETIRED JERSEYS The 2000 football season saw SMU honor five former Mustang greats by retiring their jerseys. Pro Football Hall of Famers Lamar Hunt, Forrest Gregg, Raymond Berry, Doak Walker and Eric Dickerson were honored. Hunt (No. 80) played wide receiver at SMU from 1952-55 and was the owner of the Kansas City Chiefs. Gregg (No. 73) was a two-way standout on the Hilltop from 1952-55 and went onto a 14-year NFL career in which he won two Super Bowl rings. Berry (No. 87) was a Mustang wide receiver in 1953 and 1954 who became one of the greatest pass catchers in NFL history. Walker (No. 37), the greatest player in SMU history, became the first junior to win the Heisman Trophy in 1948. Dickerson (No. 19) finished third in the 1982 Heisman Trophy balloting and is the program's all-time leading rusher with 4,450 yards. Don Meredith's No. 17 jersey was honored in 2008. Meredith was a two-time All-America selection (1958 & 1959) on the Hilltop, setting a Southwest Conference record with 69.6 completion percentage in 1957.

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

MUSTANG MARKS SMU'S BIGGEST COMEBACK WINS Deficit 25 (25-0) 21 (21-0) 17 (24-7) 17 (24-7) 16 (23-7) 14 (14-0) 14 (17-3) 14 (14-0) 14 (14-0) 13 (20-7) 13 (20-7) 13 (13-0) 11 (17-6)

Opponent (Date) at Baylor (11/22/75) at Baylor (10/14/78) at Ohio State (9/30/50) Tulsa (11/18/06) Connecticut (9/16/89) at ECU (11/26/10) at Tulane (10/30/10) UTEP (10/27/01) at Rice (10/16/65) Rice (11/24/01) Texas A&M (11/3/84) at Baylor (10/9/82) TCU (11/21/96)

Final Score 34-31 28-21 32-27 34-24 31-30 45-38 (ot) 31-17 40-14 17-14 37-20 28-20 22-19 27-24

SMU'S BIGGEST BLOWN LEADS Lead 22 (29-7) 22 (41-19) 21 (21-0) 17 (24-7) 17 (17-0) 14 (14-0) 14 (21-7) 14 (21-7) 14 (14-0) 14 (14-0) 14 (20-6) 13

Opponent (Date) Final Score BYU (12/19/80) 46-45 Mississippi (9/26/98) 48-41 at Houston (10/16/93) 28-28 at Washington State (9/19/09) 38-35 (ot) Arkansas (11/16/74) 24-24 at Navy (10/16/10) 28-21 Navy (10/17/09) 38-35 (ot) Houston (10/18/08) 44-38 Texas A&M (10/29/94) 21-21 Texas (11/3/73) 42-14 at Texas A&M (11/5/49) 27-27 Seven times

HOTTEST TEMPERATURES FOR SMU GAMES Temperature* 111 degrees 107 degrees 97 degrees 96 degrees 95 degrees 94 degrees 93 degrees 93 degrees 93 degrees 93 degrees 93 degrees 92 degrees 92 degrees

Game (Result) at TCU (W, 45-21) Kansas (W, 31-17) Arkansas (L, 26-0) Rice (L, 6-35) UTEP (W, 35-23) Wisconsin (L, 16-24) at Arkansas (L, 17-44) Ohio State (L, 7-35) Tulane (W, 28-23) TCU (W, 28-13) at UCLA (W, 7-0) Air Force (W, 10-0) Tulane (W, 51-7)

Date 9/10/77 9/2/00 9/4/99 9/2/89 9/7/85 9/11/93 9/19/98 10/1/77 9/24/77 10/10/75 10/25/47 10/5/63 9/11/82

* Temperature at game time

COLDEST TEMPERATURES FOR SMU GAMES Temperature* 24 degrees 30 degrees 34 degrees 34 degrees 36 degrees 38 degrees 38 degrees 38 degrees 39 degrees 39 degrees

Game (Result) vs. Alabama+ (L, 7-28) at UNLV (W, 38-21) Arkansas (L, 14-17) at Arkansas (W, 22-7) at Air Force (L, 7-31) Georgia (L, 9-24) Pittsburgh (W, 7-3) at TCU (L, 10-18) at Texas Tech (L, 0-14) at Tulsa (W, 42-41) * Temperature at game time + at El Paso, Texas

In 2000, SMU honored five of its alltime greats by retiring their jerseys.

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Date 12/24/83 12/1/84 11/14/59 11/18/72 10/31/98 12/31/66 1/1/83 11/2/91 11/15/80 11/15/97


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HISTORY

MEDIA

PUNTING & PLACEKICKING RECORDS PUNTING RECORDS

PLACEKICKING RECORDS CAREER FG ATTEMPTS

CAREER ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ryan Mentzel, 2002-05 Anthony Scotti, 1994-97 Ken Rosenthal, 1976-79 Sam McLarty, 1970-72 Colin Vadheim, 1997-2000

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Sam McLarty, 1971 Colin Vadheim, 1998 Ryan Mentzel, 2003 Sam McLarty, 1970 Anthony Scotti, 1997

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

254 252 249 222 204

1. Chase Hover, 2012 2. Jeff Harrell, 1983 3. Chris McMurtray, 2005 Eddie Garcia, 1981 5. Jacob Crowley, 2000 Daniel Hernandez, 1996 Brandy Brownlee, 1985 Eddie Garcia, 1980

81 77 76 72 71

SINGLE-GAME ATTEMPTS 1. Colin Vadheim vs. Arkansas, 1999

13

1. Chase Hover at Tulane, 2012 Jacob Crowley at Houston, 2000 Eddie Garcia vs. Arkansas, 1981 Bicky Lesser vs. Texas Tech, 1968 5. Several players

10,280 (249 att.)

SEASON YARDAGE Colin Vadheim (77 punts), 1998 Eric Kaifes (68 punts), 1980 Sam McLarty (81 punts), 1971 Matt Szymanski (70 punts), 2009 Ryan Mentzel (76 punts), 2003

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Marc Lewis (12) at Texas, 1990 Colin Vadheim (13) vs. Arkansas, 1999 Bill Richards (12) at Texas, 1946 Bill Richards (12) vs. Rice, 1945 John Blackburn (11) vs. Texas, 1973

3,240 3,034 2,997 2,930 2,912

507 503 499 484 482

Thomas Morstead

CAREER AVERAGE YARDAGE Eric Kaifes (93 punts), 1980-81 Craig James (99 punts), 1981-82 Thomas Morstead (166 punts), 2005-08 Dodge Carter (168 punts), 1984-86 Dan Thomas (176 punts), 1962-64 Jerry Norton (97 punts), 1951-53 Matt Szymanski (122 punts), 2009-10 Ken Rosenthal (249 punts), 1976-79 Colin Vadheim (204 punts), 1997-2000 Larry Israel (126 punts), 1992-93

43.9 43.6 43.4 43.1 42.1 41.8 41.6 41.3 40.7 39.7

SEASON AVERAGE YARDAGE 1. David Sherer (36 punts), 1957 2. Craig James (66 punts), 1982 3. Eric Kaifes (68 punts), 1980 Thomas Morstead (57 punts), 2007 5. Kyle Rote (22 punts), 1949 6. Ken Rosenthal (62 punts), 1977 7. Dan Thomas (48 punts), 1963 8. Thomas Morstead (50 punts), 2006 9. Dodge Carter (59 punts), 1985 10. Dodge Carter (50 punts), 1984 Ken Rosenthal (60 punts), 1976

45.0 44.9 44.6 44.6 44.4 44.2 44.0 43.8 43.6 43.0 43.0

5 (made 4) 5 (made 3) 5 (made 4) 5 (made 3) 4

CAREER FG MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

29 (made 18) 23 (made 13) 22 (made 18) 22 (made 18) 21 (made 10) 21 (made 15) 21 (made 15) 21 (made 11)

SINGLE-GAME FG ATTEMPTS

CAREER YARDAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

67 (made 44) 53 (made 37) 48 (made 36) 42 (made 30) 41 (made 23)

SEASON FG ATTEMTPS

SEASON ATTEMPTS

1. Ken Rosenthal, 1976-79

Eddie Garcia, 1978-81 Thomas Morstead, 2005-08 Chris McMurtray, 2002-05 Brandy Brownlee, 1984-86 Jacob Crowley, 1999-2001

Eric Kaifes at Rice, 1980 Dodge Carter at Arizona, 1985 Howard Maley at TCU, 1945 Thomas Morstead vs. UNT, 2007 David Sherer at TCU, 1957 Jerry Norton vs. Baylor, 1952 Doak Walker at Arkansas, 1948 8. Eric Kaifes at TCU, 1981 Bill Richards at Missouri, 1946 10. Ken Rosenthal vs. UNT, 1977

57.0 (3-171) 56.6 (5-283) 55.7 (3-167) 55.6 (5-278) 55.0 (4-220) 54.0 (5-270) 54.0 (3-162) 51.3 (3-154) 51.3 (6-308) 51.2 (4-205)

LONGEST PUNTS 1. Preston Johnston at Pittsburgh, 1940 2. Kyle Rote vs. Oregon, 1949 3. Danny Thomas vs. Texas A&M, 1964 David Sherer at TCU, 1957 Bob Finley vs. Vanderbilt, 1936 6. Doak Walker vs. Oregon, 1949 7. Glenn Terry vs. Purdue, 1965 Ed Green vs. UNT, 1942 9. Matt Szymanski vs. TCU, 2010 10. Craig James at Texas A&M, 1981 11. Colin Vadheim at Wyoming, 1998 Thomas Morstead vs. UNT, 2007

44 (67 att.) 37 (53 att.) 36 (48 att.) 30 (42 att.) 26 (40 att.) 26 (40 att.) 26 (39 att.)

SEASON FG MADE

SINGLE-GAME AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Eddie Garcia, 1978-81 Thomas Morstead, 2005-08 Chris McMurtray, 2002-05 Brandy Brownlee, 1984-86 Jeff Harrell, 1982-83 Chipper Johnson, 1969-71 Chase Hover, 2011-Present

92 84 81 81 81 79 75 75 74 73 72 72

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18 (29 att.) 18 (22 att.) 18 (22 att.) 15 (21 att.) 15 (21 att.) 13 (20 att.) 13 (18 att.) 13 (20 att.) 13 (17 att.) 13 (23 att.) 13 (16 att.)

SINGLE-GAME FG MADE 1. Chase Hover at Tulane, 2012 Chris McMurtray vs. UTEP, 2005 Daniel Hernandez vs. TCU, 1996 Brandy Brownlee vs. Rice, 1985 Eddie Garcia at Arkansas, 1981

4 4 4 4 4

CAREER FG PERCENTAGE

Minimum 30 attempts Chris McMurtray, 2002-05 .750 (36-of-48)

SEASON FG PERCENTAGE

Minimum 10 attempts Eddie Garcia, 1981 .818 (18-of-22) Chris McMurtray, 2005 .818 (18-of-22)


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Name Punts Howard Maley (1) 59 Bill Richards (10) 63 Edward Green 52 Doak Walker (5) 35 Kyle Rote (2) 22 Kyle Rote 41 Jerry Norton (4) 32 Jerry Norton (4) 44 Jerry Norton 24 Duane Nutt 19 John Roach 34 Charlie Jackson 32 Dave Sherer (1) 36 Henry Christopher 23 Henry Christopher 31 Roger Braugh 17 Roger Braugh 16 Danny Thomas (10) 69 Danny Thomas (1) 48 Danny Thomas (5) 59 Corky Terry 58 Dennis Partee 47 Jim Hagle 34 Larry Tunnell 36 Larry Tunnell 35 Sam McLarty 72 Sam McLarty 81 Sam McLarty 69 John Blackburn 60 John Blackburn 57 Bruce Hursh 47 Ken Rosenthal 60 Ken Rosenthal 62 Ken Rosenthal 63 Ken Rosenthal 64 Eric Kaifes 68 Eric Kaifes 25 Craig James (7) 66 Whit Smith 60 Dodge Carter 50 Dodge Carter 59 Dodge Carter 59 Casey Clyce 61 Marc Lewis 54 Ryan Lawson 39 Larry Israel 64 Larry Israel 62 Anthony Scotti 70 Anthony Scotti 68 Anthony Scotti 43 Anthony Scotti 71 Colin Vadheim 77 Colin Vadheim 60 Colin Vadheim 67 Adam Walterscheid 59 Ryan Mentzel 70 Ryan Mentzel 76 Ryan Mentzel 48 Ryan Mentzel 60 Thomas Morstead 50 Thomas Morstead (8) 57 Thomas Morstead 59 Matt Szymanski 70 Matt Szymanski 52 Matt Stone 56 Mike Loftus 52 * Led Conference (#) - Indicates top 10 national ranking

Avg. *41.7 *40.4 38.2 *42.1 *44.4 35.0 *41.8 *41.2 37.7 32.7 39.0 35.3 *45.0 *40.5 37.2 37.6 38.8 *40.8 *44.0 *42.1 36.6 36.0 40.2 35.2 38.2 35.1 37.0 37.6 40.6 37.4 38.3 43.0 44.2 37.8 40.4 44.6 42.0 *44.9 39.2 43.0 43.6 42.6 38.0 38.7 38.2 39.7 39.8 37.0 39.9 41.4 40.5 42.1 39.1 40.6 39.4 38.2 38.3 40.5 40.8 *43.8 *44.6 41.8 41.9 41.3 37.7 41.9

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SINGLE-GAME FG PERCENTAGE

Minimum four attempts Brandy Brownlee vs. Rice, 1985 Daniel Hernandez vs. TCU, 1996 Chris McMurtray vs. UTEP, 2005

1. Chase Hover vs. Houston, 2012 2. Brandy Brownlee at TCU, 1985 Clint Hackney vs. Wake Forest, 1972 Billy Sullivan vs. Oklahoma A&M, 1950

MOST CONSECUTIVE FG MADE

Matt Szymanski at Texas Tech, 2010 Brandy Brownlee vs. Texas Tech, 1985 John Stewart vs. Baylor, 1993 Bicky Lesser at Texas Tech, 1968 Eddie Garcia vs. Texas A&M, 1980 Matt Szymanski vs. SFA, 2009 7. Chase Hover at Tulane, 2012 Chipper Johnson at Baylor, 1969 Eddie Garcia vs. Texas Tech, 1981 Roy Rios vs. Wyoming, 1997 Thomas Morstead at Tulsa, 2007 12. Chipper Johnson at Baylor, 1971 Eddie Garcia at Tulane, 1980 Brandy Brownlee at Rice, 1986 Thomas Morstead vs. UCF, 2007 16. Thomas Morstead vs. Arkansas St., 2006 Thomas Morstead at Tulsa, 2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

61 57 55 53 53 53 52 52 52 52 52 51 51 51 51 50 50

1. Chase Hover, 2012 Matt Szymanski, 2009 3. Thomas Morstead, 2007 4. Jeff Harrell, 1982 5. Chase Hover, 2011 6. Eddie Garcia, 1981 7. Thomas Morstead, 2006 Eddie Garcia, 1980

136 (made 130)

SEASON PATS ATTEMPTED 1. Chase Hover, 2012

Eddie Garcia, 1978-81 Thomas Morstead, 2005-08 Chase Hover, 2011-Present Brandy Brownlee, 1984-86 Matt Szymanski, 2009-10 Jeff Harrell, 1982-83

130 (136 att.) 106 (108 att.) 85 (89 att.) 80 (83 att.) 79 (80 att.) 70 (75 att.)

SEASON PATS MADE

CAREER PATS ATTEMPTED 1. Eddie Garcia, 1978-81

10 8 8 8

CAREER PATS MADE 17 10 10 9 9 8

LONGEST FG MADE (50+) 1. 2. 3. 4.

MEDIA

SINGLE-GAME PATS ATTEMPTED

1.000 (4-4) 1.000 (4-4) 1.000 (4-4)

1. Chris McMurtray, 2005 2. Roy Rios, 1997 Brandy Brownlee, 1985-86 4. Eddie Garcia, 1981 Chase Hover, 2012 6. Daniel Hernandez, 1996

HISTORY

49 (made 47)

47 (49 att.) 47 (48 att.) 43 (43 att.) 40 (43 att.) 38 (40 att.) 37 (40 att.) 34 (35 att.) 34 (34 att.)

SINGLE-GAME PATS MADE 1. Chase Hover vs. Houston, 2012 2. Brandy Brownlee at TCU, 1985 Billy Sullivan vs. Okla. A&M, 1950

9 8 8

CAREER PAT ACCURACY

1. 2. 3. 4.

Minimum 50 attempts Matt Szymanski, 2009-10 .988 (79 of 80) Russell Anderson, 1989-92 .982 (55 of 56) Thomas Morstead, 2005-08 .981 (106 of 108) Brandy Brownlee, 1984-86 .964 (80 of 83)

SEASON PAT ACCURACY

Minimum 20 attempts 1. Several Players last by Matt Szymanski, 2010 (32 of 32)

1.000

CAREER CONSECUTIVE PATS MADE 1. Thomas Morstead, 2006-08

THE MUSTANG LEGEND Legend has it that when Ford Motor Company was preparing to introduce the sports car that would gain fame as the Mustang, it was considering other names such as Cougar, Bronco, Cheetah and Colt. But during the 1963 football season, SMU took an undersized but quick team to Ann Arbor to play a massive Michigan Wolverine squad. Michigan gained the early advantage, but had to fight off the feisty Ponies for a 27-16 win. After the game, Ford’s Lee Iacocca entered the SMU locker room and addressed the disappointed Mustangs. Iacocca said, “After watching the SMU Mustangs play with such flair, we reached a decision. We will call our new car the Mustang. Because it will be light, like your team. It will be quick, like your team. And it will be sporty, like your team.” Legend has it that Ford's signature car, the Mustang, got its Ford’s new car got its name, nickname via the SMU football team following this 1963 game at and the rest, as they say, is history. Michigan.

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KICKOFF RETURN RECORDS CAREER RETURNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jessie Henderson, 2005-08 Jonas Rutledge, 2000-03 Arthur Whittington, 1974-77 Korey Beard, 1989-92 Jerry LeVias, 1966-68

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jessie Henderson, 2008 Jessie Henderson, 2007 Korey Beard, 1989 Jonas Rutledge, 2002 Bryan McCann, 2009

YEARLY KICKOFF RETURN LEADERS

122 88 81 76 53

SEASON RETURNS 48 40 39 38 34

SINGLE-GAME RETURNS 1. Arthur Whittington vs. Alabama, 1976

9

CAREER YARDAGE (750+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Jessie Henderson, 2005-08 Jonas Rutledge, 2000-2003 Arthur Whittington, 1974-77 Korey Beard, 1989-92 Rodnick Phillips, 1996-99 Jerry LeVias, 1966-68 Bryan McCann, 2006-09 Blake Warren, 2003-06 Michael Artmore, 1990-94 Gary Hammond, 1969-70 Darryl Fields, 2010-Pres. Doak Walker, 1945, 47-49

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Jessie Henderson, 2008 Jonas Rutledge, 2002 Jessie Henderson, 2007 Bryan McCann, 2009 Darryl Fields, 2010 Jonas Rutledge, 2003 Harold Perry, 1978 Arthur Whittington, 1976 Jessie Henderson, 2005 Korey Beard, 1989 Rodnick Phillips, 1996 Gary Hammond, 1969 Michael Artmore, 1991 Blake Warren, 2004 Jason Wolf, 1992 J.R. Richardson, 2011

2,945 2,154 1,649 1,324 1,220 1,080 960 837 818 803 799 757

SEASON YARDAGE (500+) 1,056 901 857 824 799 782 732 700 663 628 618 617 615 571 555 553

SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE (150+) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Jonas Rutledge vs. UTEP, 2003 Rodnick Phillips at Wyoming, 1996 Jessie Henderson vs. Houston, 2008 Jessie Henderson vs. Tulane, 2005 Arthur Whittington at Alabama, 1976 Darryl Fields vs. Houston, 2010 Doak Walker at TCU, 1947 Jessie Henderson at Rice, 2008 Jerry LeVias vs. Baylor, 1966 10. Darryl Fields at Texas Tech, 2010 11. Rodnick Phillips vs. New Mexico, 1996

190 186 181 179 178 172 163 160 160 157 155

Jessie Henderson

CAREER AVERAGE PER RETURN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Minimum 25 returns Doak Walker, 1945, 1947-49 29.1 (26-756) Rodnick Phillips, 1996-99 24.9 (49-1,220) Jonas Rutledge, 2000-03 24.5 (88-2,154) Jessie Henderson, 2005-08 24.1 (122-2,945) Harold Perry, 1978 23.6 (31-732)

SEASON AVERAGE PER RETURN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Minimum 15 returns Rodnick Phillips, 1996 (22-618) Jessie Henderson, 2005 (24-663) Jonas Rutledge, 2003 (29-782) Jerry LeVias, 1966 (15-393) Der'rikk Thompson, 2012 (16-411) Darryl Fields, 2010 (32-799)

28.1 27.6 27.0 26.2 25.7 25.0

SINGLE-GAME AVERAGE PER RETURN

Minimum 3 returns 1. Doak Walker at TCU, 1947 2. Jerry LeVias vs. Baylor, 1966 3. Rodnick Phillips vs. N. Mex., '96

54.3 (3-163) 53.3 (3-160) 51.7 (3-155)

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Jessie Henderson at Tulane, 2006 Mitchell Price at Baylor, 1986 James Collier vs. Baylor, 1979 Arthur Whittington at Arkansas, 1974 Jerry LeVias vs. Baylor, 1966 Kyle Rote at Texas A&M, 1949 7. Rodnick Phillips vs. New Mex., 1996 8. Doak Walker at Santa Clara, 1947 9. Harold Perry vs. TCU, 1978 10. Darryl Fields at Texas Tech, 2010 Jonas Rutledge vs. Hawaii, 2001 Arthur Whittington vs. Ark., 1976 13. Bobby Leach at Texas Tech, 1982 14. C. Cunningham vs. CS-Northridge, 1999 15. Jessie Henderson vs. Tulane, 2005 16. Larry Wilson at Texas Tech, 1994 t - indicates a touchdown was scored

100t 100t 100t 100t 100t 100t 99t 98t 94t 92 92t 92t 91t 90t 88t 85

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Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name No. Yds. Doak Walker (1) 10 *379 Doak Walker 5 161 Kyle Rote 6 206 Kyle Rote 14 *336 B. Musselwhite 10 176 V.J. Walker 8 185 Frank Eidom 7 160 Frank Eidom (8) 13 *292 Don McIlhenny 10 221 Charlie Jackson 16 318 Frank Smith 8 176 Glynn Gregory 12 205 Don Meredith 5 119 Billy Polk 9 139 Tom Sherwin 7 117 Tommy Brennan 9 193 Billy Gannon 9 225 Jimmy Taylor 15 294 John Roderick 9 159 Jerry LeVias 15 *393 Jerry LeVias 21 394 Jerry LeVias 17 293 Gary Hammond 27 617 Gary Hammond 8 186 Louis Scott 24 497 Rufus Shaw 14 268 Alvin Maxson 11 211 A. Whittington 14 336 A. Whittington 18 319 A. Whittington 33 700 A. Whittington 16 294 D.K. Perry 31 132 James Collier 16 379 John Simmons 10 217 Blane Smith 15 265 Reggie Dupard 12 231 Donald Allen 8 129 Cobby Morrison 9 215 A. Livingston 12 264 Cobby Morrison 19 427 Korey Beard 39 626 Korey Beard 23 405 Michael Artmore 31 615 Jason Wolf 23 555 Erwin Wilburn 19 367 Erwin Wilburn 14 300 Cornell Parker 25 571 R. Phillips (6) 22 618 Rodnick Phillips 10 207 Kelsey Adams 15 367 Rodnick Phillips 10 238 C. Cunningham 19 359 Jonas Rutledge 21 471 Jonas Rutledge 38 901 Jonas Rutledge 27 782 Blake Warren 28 571 Jessie Henderson 24 663 Jessie Henderson 10 369 Jessie Henderson 40 857 Jessie Henderson 48 1,056 Bryan McCann 34 824 Darryl Fields 32 799 J.R. Richardson 26 553 Der'rikk Thompson 16 411

Avg. *37.9 32.2 34.3 24.0 17.6 23.1 22.9 22.2 22.1 19.9 23.0 17.1 *23.8 11.4 16.7 21.4 25.0 19.6 17.7 *26.2 18.8 17.2 22.9 23.3 20.7 19.1 19.2 24.0 17.7 21.3 18.4 *23.6 *23.7 21.7 17.7 19.3 16.1 23.9 22.0 22.5 16.1 17.6 19.8 *24.1 19.3 21.4 22.8 28.1 20.7 24.5 23.8 18.9 22.4 23.7 27.0 20.4 27.6 36.9 21.4 22.0 24.2 25.0 21.3 25.7

* Led Conference (#) - Indicates national ranking - top 10 only

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PUNT RETURN RECORDS SINGLE-GAME YARDAGE

YEARLY PUNT RETURN LEADERS Year 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Doak Walker Frank Payne Doak Walker Doak Walker Bill Richards V.J. Walker V.J. Walker V.J. Walker Frank Eidom Duane Nutt John Roach Charlie Arnold Dan Bowden Norman Marshall Frank Jackson Frank Jackson Tom Sherwin Tommy Brennan Billy Gannon Jimmy Taylor Mike Livingston Jerry LeVias Jerry LeVias Jerry LeVias Gary Hammond Randy Allen Louis Scott Kris Silverthorn Mickey Early A. Whittington A. Whittington A. Whittington David Hill D.K. Perry Dick Blaylock John Simmons Blane Smith Reggie Dupard Russell Carter A. Livingston A. Livingston Jimmy Young Michael Bowen Michael Bowen Korey Beard Mick Rossley Erwin Wilburn Erwin Wilburn Vaughn Dickerson Jacoby Rhinehart Jacoby Rhinehart B. McDearman C. Cunningham C. Cunningham C. Cunningham Cody Cardwell (3) Blake Warren Blake Warren Blake Warren Blake Warren Emmanuel Sanders Bryan McCann Emmanuel Sanders Richard Crawford Richard Crawford Kenneth Acker

No. 15 15 20 10 6 11 8 5 15 5 11 3 3 2 2 7 4 7 13 13 17 17 17 24 20 10 20 32 18 21 8 19 6 25 13 27 15 9 7 11 16 23 7 11 13 11 10 12 16 15 13 28 25 21 22 27 17 16 22 21 20 6 20 9 16 6

Yds. 238 252 256 169 105 173 168 46 160 105 172 25 28 88 63 83 87 92 88 170 146 222 227 261 147 76 193 443 76 197 66 209 57 268 154 330 90 59 59 110 162 191 68 99 67 75 66 94 142 105 95 138 224 200 241 467 173 186 209 274 183 31 275 83 189 84

Avg. *15.9 16.8 12.8 16.9 17.5 15.7 *21.0 5.0 10.6 *21.0 15.6 8.3 9.3 44.0 31.5 11.9 21.8 13.2 6.8 13.1 8.6 13.1 13.4 10.9 7.4 7.6 9.6 13.8 4.2 9.4 8.3 *11.0 9.5 *10.7 11.8 12.2 6.0 6.6 8.4 10.0 10.1 8.3 9.7 9.0 5.2 6.8 6.6 7.8 8.9 7.0 7.3 4.9 9.0 9.5 11.0 17.3 10.1 11.6 9.8 8.3 9.2 5.2 13.8 9.2 11.8 14.0

* Led Conference (#) - Indicates national ranking - top 10 only Based on yards

TD 0 0 1 1 — 1 1 — — — 1 — — 1 — — — — — — — 1 0 1 0 — 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Cody Cardwell at UTEP, 2002 Richard Crawford vs. UCF, 2011 Doak Walker at Texas A&M, 1945 Kris Silverthorn vs. New Mexico St., 1972 John Simmons vs. Texas A&M, 1980 Kris Silverthorn vs. Wake Forest, 1972 John Simmons vs. TCU, 1980 Harold Perry at Florida, 1978 Arthur Whittington at TCU, 1974 9. Jerry Norton at Georgia Tech, 1953 Val Joe Walker vs. Texas, 1951

169 141 138 130 122 104 95 95 95 92 92

CAREER AVERAGE PER RETURN 1. 2. 3. 4.

Minimum 25 returns Cody Cardwell, 1999-2002 Doak Walker, 1945, 1947-49 Kris Silverthorn, 1972 John Simmons, 1977-80 Jerry LeVias, 1966-68

16.4 (29- 476) 15.0 (50-750) 13.8 (32-443) 12.2 (270-330) 12.2 (58-710)

SEASON AVERAGE PER RETURN Blake Warren

CAREER RETURNS 1. Blake Warren, 2003-2006 2. Chris Cunningham, 1998-2003 3. Jerry LeVias, 1966-68 Arthur Whittington, 1974-77 5. Doak Walker, 1945, 1947-49

75 71 58 58 50

SEASON RETURNS 1. Kris Silverthorn, 1972 2. Bryan McDearman, 1998 3. Cody Cardwell, 2002 John Simmons, 1980 5. Two players

32 28 27 27 25

SINGLE-GAME RETURNS 1. Doak Walker at Texas A&M, 1945

10

CAREER YARDAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Doak Walker, 1945, 1947-49 Blake Warren, 2003-2006 Jerry LeVias, 1966-68 Chris Cunningham, 1999-2003 Arthur Whittington, 1974-77 Emmanuel Sanders, 2006-09 Cody Cardwell, 1999-2002 Kris Silverthorn, 1972 Val Joe Walker, 1950-52 John Simmons, 1977-80

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Cody Cardwell, 2002 Kris Silverthorn, 1972 John Simmons, 1980 Emmanuel Sanders, 2009 Harold Perry, 1978 Jerry LeVias, 1968 Doak Walker, 1947 Frank Payne, 1946 Chris Cunningham, 2001 Doak Walker, 1945

750 734 710 678 507 477 476 443 387 330

SEASON YARDAGE 467 443 330 275 268 261 256 252 241 238

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Minimum 15 returns Cody Cardwell, 2002 Frank Payne, 1946 Doak Walker, 1945 Kris Silverthorn, 1972 Emmanuel Sanders, 2009

17.3 (27-467) 16.8 (15-252) 15.9 (15-238) 13.8 (32-443) 13.8 (20-275)

SINGLE-GAME AVERAGE PER RETURN

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Minimum 3 returns Richard Crawford vs. UCF, 2011 John Simmons vs. Texas A&M, 1980 Kris Silverthorn vs. New Mexico St., 1972 Cody Cardwell at UTEP, 2002 Kris Silverthorn vs. Wake Forest, 1972

47.0 (3-141) 40.7 (3-122) 32.5 (4-130) 28.2 (6-169) 26.0 (4-104)

LONGEST PUNT RETURNS 1. Richard Crawford vs. UCF, 2011 Val Joe Walker vs. Texas, 1951 3. Weldon Mason vs. Mississippi, 1929 4. Jerry LeVias at TCU, 1968 5. Arthur Whittington at TCU, 1974 6. Jerry LeVias vs. Texas A&M, 1966 Robert Welch vs. Lakeland AFB, 1945 8. John Simmons at Tulane, 1980 John Roach vs. Rice, 1955 10. Harold Perry at Florida, 1978 11. Emmanuel Sanders vs. SFA, 2009 12. Bobby Wilson vs. Okla. A&M, 1933 13. Kris Silverthorn vs. New Mex. St., 1972 14. Doak Walker vs. Missouri, 1947 15. Arthur Whittington vs. TCU, 1976 Norman Marshall at Texas, 1958 Doak Walker at Pittsburgh, 1948 t - touchdown was scored on the play

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS CAREER SACKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Luke Johnson, 1997-99 Ja'Gared Davis, 2009-12 Justin Rogers, 2003-06 Anthony Beverley, 1981-84 Taylor Thompson, 2008-11 Chad Patton, 1990-93 7. Jerry Ball, 1983-86

23.5 20.5 19.5 19 18 18 17

SEASON SACKS 1. Luke Johnson, 1999 2. Victor Simon, 1981 3. Luke Johnson, 1997 Gary Nelson, 1978 5. Justin Rogers, 2006

11.5 11 10 10 9.5

SINGLE-GAME SACKS 1. Luke Johnson at UTEP, 1999

4

CAREER BLOCKED KICKS 1. Margus Hunt, 2009-12

17 (10 PATs, 7 FGs)

SEASON BLOCKED KICKS 1. Margus Hunt, 2009

7 (4 FG, 3 PAT)

SEASON FUMBLE RECOVERIES 1. B.J. Stankovich, 1994

6

SINGLE-GAME FUMBLE RETURN YARDAGE 1. Alvin Nnabuife vs. Nevada, 2004

112

SINGLE-GAME FUMBLE RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

Putt Choate

1. Alvin Nnabuife vs. Nevada, 2004

2

CAREER TACKLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Putt Choate, 1975-78 Gary Moten, 1979-82 Bill Kiely, 1989-92 Jason Bednarz, 1989-92 Chris Bordano, 1993-97

649 455 445 423 421

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Putt Choate, 1978 Putt Choate, 1977 Craig Swann, 1995 Louie Kelcher, 1974 Putt Choate, 1976

1. 2. 3. 4.

Champ Dickerson vs. Ohio State, 1977 Putt Choate vs. Texas A&M, 1976 Putt Choate at Penn State, 1978 Clarence Bennett vs. Houston, 1980 Putt Choate at Texas A&M, 1977

2004 2005 2006 2007

Name Ernest Knox Louie Kelcher Mickey Early Putt Choate Putt Choate Putt Choate Eric Ferguson Gary Moten Gary Moten Gary Moten Anthony Beverley Jerry Ball Kit Case Franky Thomas Cary Brabham Bill Kiely Bill Kiely Jason Bednarz Rodney Watkins Chris Bordano Craig Swann Chris Bordano Chris Bordano Jason Simonton Jason Simonton Vic Viloria Vic Viloria Vic Viloria D.D. Johnson D.D. Lee Alvin Nnabuife Joe Sturdivant Joe Sturdivant Will Bonilla Bryce Hudman Pete Fleps Chase Kennemer Taylor Reed Taylor Reed Taylor Reed

UT 78 94 61 76 68 94 37 25 56 79 46 51 61 48 73 98 74 76 71 72 102 74 67 91 76 76 74 67 66 64 40 63 80 54 54 67 85 101 56 62

* Led Conference

253 (94 S, 159 A) 186 (68 S, 118 A) 167 (102 S, 65 A) 161 (94 S, 67 A) 150 (76 S, 74 A)

SINGLE-GAME TACKLES 32 31 28 27 27

SEASON TACKLES-FOR-LOSS 22

SINGLE-GAME TACKLES-FOR-LOSS 1. Luke Johnson at UTEP, 1999 Chad Patton vs. Baylor, 1991

Year 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

SEASON TACKLES

1. Louie Kelcher, 1974

YEARLY TACKLE LEADERS

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AT 61 67 49 74 118 159 74 106 83 59 35 46 55 53 28 46 51 50 22 39 65 50 53 40 49 50 36 22 34 36 40 49 28 28 28 39 50 44 45 35

Total 139 161 110 150 186 253 111 131 139 138 81 97 116 101 101 144 125 126 93 111 *167 124 120 131 125 126 110 89 100 100 80 112 109 82 82 106 135 145 101 97


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INTERCEPTION RECORDS SEASON INT RETURN YARDS

YEARLY INTERCEPTION LEADERS

Year 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Bill Weatherford Paul Page Paul Page Bobby Folsom V.J. Walker Dave Powell V.J. Walker Bill Crisler Duane Nutt John Roach Six players Charlie Arnold Harold Bittenbender Charlie Jackson Ken Lowe Tirey Wilemon Five players Mike Kelsey John Hughes Billy Gannon Three players Ron Reel Jerry Wilson Floyd Burke Jerry Wilson Jimmy Livingston Pat Curry Robert Popelka Robert Popelka Ted Thompson Mickey Early Ted Thompson Mark Howe David Hill Louis Blanton Mark Howe D.K. Perry David Hill John Simmons John Simmons Russell Carter Wes Hopkins Russell Carter Keith Brooks Kit Case Franky Thomas Three players Marcello Simmons Marcello Simmons Cary Brabham (10t) Richie Butler Cornell Parker Cornell Parker Jay Harvey Dewey Evans Jacoby Rhinehart Tracy Hart Tracy Hart Tommy Dorsey Ruben Moodley Shane O'Neill Kevin Garrett Vic Viloria Jonas Rutledge Rolando Humphrey Jamey Harper Alvin Nnabuife Devin Lowery Bryan McCann Bryan McCann Rock Dennis Richard Crawford Richard Crawford Ja'Gared Davis Taylor Reed Kenneth Acker Randall Joyner

No. 6 7 4 3 5 4 4 3 4 4 1 2 2 3 3 3 1 3 6 4 2 4 5 3 3 *8 *7 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 4 4 5 *7 5 7 7 *6 *7 4 4 2 2 4 4 6 2 5 4 3 3 4 5 5 2 2 5 2 2 3 2 4 4 3 4 3 5 4 2 2 3 3 3

Yds. 114 37 0 23 43 38 32 57 53 56 — 44 13 127 42 123 — 33 82 42 — 75 47 49 6 104 48 22 111 62 70 95 36 52 42 43 94 88 58 62 102 83 40 123 31 22 — 12 48 30 0 65 50 77 62 3 62 28 28 44 27 5 0 59 0 78 119 15 63 0 82 3 22 14 82 82 23

Avg. 19.0 5.3 0.0 7.7 8.6 9.5 8.0 19.0 13.3 14.0 — 22.0 6.5 42.3 14.0 41.0 — 11.0 13.7 10.5 — 18.8 9.4 16.3 2.0 13.0 6.9 5.5 27.7 15.5 17.5 31.7 12.0 13.0 10.5 10.8 18.8 12.6 11.6 8.9 14.6 13.8 5.7 30.8 7.8 11.0 — 3.0 12.0 5.0 0.0 13.0 12.5 25.7 20.7 0.8 12.4 5.6 14.0 22.0 5.4 2.5 0.0 19.7 0 19.5 28.1 5.0 15.8 0.0 16.4 0.8 11.0 7.0 27.3 27.3 7.7

* Led Conference (#) Indicates national ranking - top 10 only

TD — — — — — — — — — — — — — 1 — 1 — — — — — — — — — — — — 1 — 1 — — 1 — — 1 2 — 2 — — — 1 — — — — — — — — — — — — 1 — — — — — — 1 — 0 1 — — — 1 0 0 0 2 1 0

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jonas Rutledge, 2001 Keith Brooks, 1984 Alvin Nnabuife, 2005 Bill Weatherford, 1946 Robert Popelka, 1971

147 (4 INT) 123 (4 INT) 119 (4 INT) 114 (6 INT) 111 (4 INT)

SINGLE-GAME INT RETURN YARDS 1. Three players Last by Reggie Phillips vs. Louisville, 1984

100

LONGEST RETURNS 1. Reggie Phillips at Louisville, 1984 Putt Choate vs. Tulane, 1977 Charles Jackson vs. Rice, 1957 4. Tirey Wilemon vs. Navy, 1959 Hubert Walling vs. Okla. A&M, 1922 6. Allen Rowsom vs. LSU, 1922 7. Hayden Greenbauer vs. Fresno State, 2012 8. Robert Popelka vs. Texas Tech, 1971 9. Tom Koenig vs. TCU, 1956

100t 100t 100t 95t 95t 90t 83t 76t 75

Russell Carter

CAREER INTERCEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Russell Carter, 1980-83 John Simmons, 1977-80 Paul Page, 1945-48 Wes Hopkins, 1979-82 David Hill, 1975-78 Pat Curry, 1969-71 7. Tracy Hart, 1996-99 8. Robert Popelka, 1970-72 Val Joe Walker, 1950-52 Harold Perry, 1975-78 Doak Walker, 1945, 1947-49 Bryan McCann, 2006-09

18 17 15 14 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 11

SEASON INTERCEPTIONS 1. Jim Livingston, 1968 2. Russell Carter, 1983 Russell Carter, 1981 John Simmons, 1980 David Hill, 1978 Pat Curry, 1969 Paul Page, 1947 8. Cary Brabham, 1992 Wes Hopkins, 1982 John Hughes, 1962 Bill Weatherford, 1946

8 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

SINGLE-GAME INTERCEPTIONS 1. Wes Hopkins at Houston, 1981 John Hughes vs. Rice, 1962 3. Devin Lowery vs. Marshall, 2006 Cornell Parker vs. Texas, 1995 David Hill at Ohio State, 1978 Jim Livingston vs. NC St., 1968 David Powell vs. Okla. A&M, 1950 Paul Page at Texas A&M, 1947

4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

CAREER INT RETURN YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Wes Hopkins, 1979-82 (14 INT) John Simmons, 1977-80 (17 INT) Robert Popelka, 1970-72 (11 INT) Jonas Rutledge, 2000-2003 (8 INT)

231 221 218 207

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The prestigious Doak Walker Award was created in 1989 to recognize the nation’s premier running back for his accomplishments on the field, achievement in the classroom and citizenship in the community. To be nominated, a candidate must: • Play predominantly at the running back position and made extraordinary contribtions to his team. • Be enrolled in a degree program, in good academic standing and on schedule to graduate. • Hold a record of good citizenship within and beyond the athletic sphere. • Demonstrate a record of leadership. • Exhibit the characteristics of sportsmanship and fair play associated with Doak Walker. 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Recipients Montee Ball Trent Richardson LaMichael James Toby Gerhart Shonn Greene Darren McFadden Darren McFadden Reggie Bush Cedric Benson Chris Perry Larry Johnson Luke Staley LaDainian Tomlinson Ron Dayne Ricky Williams Ricky Williams Byron Hanspard Eddie George Rashaan Salaam Byron “Bam” Morris Garrison Hearst Trevor Cobb Greg Lewis

Wisconsin Alabama Oregon Stanford Iowa Arkansas Arkansas USC Texas Michigan Penn State BYU TCU Wisconsin Texas Texas Texas Tech Ohio State Colorado Texas Tech Georgia Rice Washington


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TEAM RECORDS GAME RECORDS - OFFENSE TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays Most Yards Fewest Plays Fewest Yards

107 vs. Ohio State, 1978 636 vs. TCU, 1985 31 vs. Georgia Tech, 1957 37 vs. Texas Tech, 1964

PENALTIES Most Most Yards Fewest Fewest Yards

17 at Tulsa, 2003 158 vs. East Carolina, 2009 0 vs. Arkansas, 1960, vs. Memphis, 2012 0 vs. Arkansas, 1960, vs. Memphis, 2012

GAME RECORDS - DEFENSE

RUSHING Most Rushes Most Yards Most TDs Fewest Rushes Fewest Yards

80 vs. Rice, 1973 519 vs. Tulane, 1982 8 vs. Grambling, 1981 11 at Navy, 2008 -76 vs. Texas, 1952

PASSING Most Attempts Most Completions Most Yards Most TDs Most Intercepted Fewest Attempts Fewest Completions Fewest Yards

76 vs. Ohio State, 1968 40 at Washington St, 2009, at Rice, 1990 & at Ohio State, 1968 460 vs. Nevada, 2009 6 vs. Vanderbilt, 1990 9 by Arkansas, 1970 0 vs. Texas A&M, 1974 & vs. Navy, 1960 0, four times, last vs. Arkansas, 1975 0, four times, last vs. Arkansas, 1975

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Min. 10 att. Min. 20 att. Min. 25 att.

.888 (16-of-18) vs. Okla. A&M, 1947 .857 (18-of-21) vs. Sam Houston St., 2006 .828 (24-of-29) at Tulsa, 1999

SCORING Most Points Most TDs Most PATs by Kick Most Total PAT Points Most Field Goals Most TDs by Rush Most TDs by Pass

72 vs. Houston, 2012 10 vs. Houston, 2012 9 vs. Houston, 2012 9 vs. Grambling, 1981, vs. Houston, 2012 4, five times 8 vs. Grambling, 1981 6 vs. Vanderbilt, 1990

FIRST DOWNS Total By Rush By Pass By Penalty Fewest First Downs Fewest Rushing Fewest Passing

32 vs. Rice, 1978 26 vs. Oregon State, 1974 23 at Washington St, 2009 & vs. North Texas, 1989 6 at Tulane, 2006 0 vs. Texas, 1943 0, several times, last at TCU, 2009 0, several times, last vs. Houston, 1982

PUNTING Most Punts Most Yards Best Average Fewest Punts & Yards

14 vs. Texas Tech, 1984 556 vs. Georgia Tech, 1957 57.0 vs. Rice, 1980 0 vs. Vanderbilt, 1990 & vs. New Mexico, 1996

PUNT RETURNS Most Punts Returned Most Return Yards

INTERCEPTIONS Most Interceptions by SMU Most Interception Return Yards

FUMBLES Most Caused Most Recovered

9, four times, last at Arkansas, 1972 6, three times, last at Arkansas, 1972

PUNTS Most Forced

17, Texas A&M, 1945

PUNT RETURNS Most Returns Allowed Most Yards Allowed Most TDs Allowed Fewest Returns Allowed Fewest Yards Allowed

9, two times, last by New Mexico State, 1972 179, N.C. State, 1968 1, several times, last by Houston, 2010 0 several times, last by Texas Tech, 2006 -1, TCU, 1985 & by Alabama, 1976

THE 1915 MUSTANGS On the morning of Sept. 14, 1915, coach Ray Morrison held his first practice, thus marking the birth of the SMU football program. A former All-Southern quarterback at Vanderbilt, Morrison immediately installed the passing game at SMU. Morrison came to be known as “the father of the forward pass” because of his use of the passing game on first and second downs instead of as a last resort. A local sportswriter nicknamed the team “the Parsons” because the squad was composed primarily of theological students. SMU was a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association, which ruled that neither graduate nor transfer students were eligible to play. Therefore, the first SMU team consisted entirely of freshmen. The Mustangs played their first game Oct. 10, 1915, dropping a 43-0 decision to TCU in Fort Worth. SMU bounced back in its next game, its first at home, to defeat Hendrix College, 13-2. During the 1915 season, the Mustangs posted a record of 2-5 and scored just three touchdowns while giving up 131 points.

KICKOFF RETURNS 12 vs. Houston, 1989 239 at Wyoming, 1996

FUMBLES Most Most Lost Fewest Fewest Lost

9, TCU, 2000 198, Air Force, 1971 1, several times, last by Boise St., 2004 0 several times, last by Fresno State, 2012 -10, Rice, 1974

KICKOFF RETURNS Most Returns Allowed Most Yards Allowed Most TDs Allowed Fewest Returns Allowed Fewest Yards Allowed

12 vs. Texas A&M, 1945 222 vs. Lackland AFB, 1945

Most Kickoff Returns Most Yards Returned

8 vs. Arkansas, 1951 232 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2012

10 vs. Kansas, 1954 6 vs. Air Force, 1963 & vs. Oregon State, 1973 0, several times 0, several times

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SEASON RECORDS - OFFENSE TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays Most Yards Gained Highest Average Gain Per Play Most Yards Gained Per Game Most TDs Fewest Plays Fewest Yards Gained

902 (2010) 5,804 (2010) 6.31 (2010) 433.6 (1968) 45 (2010) 569 (1964) 1,432 (1964)

RUSHING Most Rushes Most Net Yards Gained Most Net Yards Per Game Highest Average Per Rush Most TDs Rushing Fewest Rushes Fewest Net Yards Gained

683 (1974) 3,395 (1973) 308.6 (1973) 5.2 (1973) 33 (1981) 217 (2008) 497 (2008)

PASSING Most Attempts Most Completions Highest Completion Pct. Most Yards Gained Most Yards Gained Per Game Most TD Passes Highest Average Gain Per Attempt Most Passes Had Intercepted Fewest Attempts Fewest Completions Fewest Yards Gained Fewest Had Intercepted

551 (1989) 304 (2010) 64.2 (203-of-316) (2006) 3,861 (2010) 313.0 (1968) 31 (2010) 8.93 (1984) 32 (1970) 95 (1973) 38 (1973) 755 (1964) 4 (1982)

SCORING Most Points Fewest Points Most Points Scored Per Game Most TDs Scored Most PATs By Kick Most Rushing PATs Most Passing PATs Most PATs Attempted Most Field Goals Most Field Goals Attempted

397 (2012) 15 (1921) 33.2 (1981) 48 (2010) 48 (2010) 5 (1969) 5 (1969) 48 (2010) 18 (1981 & 2005) 23 (1982)

REVIEW

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MEDIA

FIRST DOWNS Most Total Most By Rush Most By Pass Most By Penalty Fewest Total Fewest By Rush Fewest By Pass Fewest By Penalty

290 (2010) 159 (1974) 182 (2010) 31 (2007) 95 (1964) 43 (2008) 24 (1973) 3 (1960 & 1966)

PUNTS Most Punts Fewest Punts Highest Average Per Punt Most Yards Punted Fewest Yards Punted

94 (1946) 40 (1958) 44.0 (1980) 3,596 (1946) 1,459 (1954)

PUNT RETURNS Most Returns Most Yards Highest Average Per Return Fewest Returns Fewest Yards

56 (1946) 744 (1945) 17.3 (2002) 9 (1956) 58 (1956)

KICKOFF RETURNS Most Returns Most Yards Highest Average Fewest Returns Fewest Yards

69 (2008) 1,392 (2008) 25.8 (2003) 16 (1983) 203 (1983)

FUMBLES Most Most Lost Fewest Fewest Lost

51 (1974) 35 (1973) 15 (1997) 6 (1942, 1993 & 1994)

PENALTIES Most Most Yards Fewest Fewest Yards

With a 9-0 record, SMU won the Southwest Conference in 1923, dominating opponents. SMU outscored foes 207-9 that year, averaging a 23-1 advantage per game.

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92 (2007) 833 (2007) 28 (1948) 197 (1948)


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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1958 1959 1982

Games 21 19 15 14

Games 14 14 13 11

Games 15 13 11 10 10

Wins 20 14 13 14

Ties 1 5 2 0

Seasons 1981-83 1922-24 1946-48 1934-36

LONGEST WINNING STREAKS Wins 14 14 13 11

Seasons 1934-36 1981-83 1923-24 1946-47

Ended by Texas (12-15) W. Va. Wes. (7-9) Missouri (14-20) Stanford (0-7)

Ended by Stanford (0-7) Arkansas (17-17) Texas A&M (7-7) TCU (19-19)

LONGEST LOSING STREAKS

Losses 15 13 11 10 10

Season(s) 2003-04 1990-91 2007-08 1995 2008

Ended by San Jose St. (36-13) Tulane (31-17) Texas State (47-36) Tulsa (17-10) Stephen F. Austin (31-23)

MILESTONE VICTORIES

No. 1 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450

Opponent Hendrix Baylor at Wash. (Mo.) Arkansas at Rice Illinois at Wake Forest at TCU at Utah at ECU

No. 1 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000

Opponent at TCU Austin College Centenary at Rice at UCLA Auburn at Oklahoma A&M Georgia Tech at Notre Dame at Missouri Baylor Texas at Ohio State at Rice Grambling at Houston Arkansas TCU Tulsa at Arkansas State Northwestern State

Date 10/14/15 11/13/26 12/8/34 11/14/42 10/18/52 9/17/66 9/6/75 9/24/83 10/11/97 11/26/10

MILESTONE GAMES Date 10/8/15 11/20/20 10/8/26 10/17/31 11/9/35 10/19/40 10/12/45 9/23/50 9/24/55 9/17/60 11/21/64 11/1/69 9/28/74 11/11/78 9/10/83 10/21/89 9/3/94 10/17/98 11/23/02 9/15/07 9/17/11

MEDIA

ATTENDANCE

Finish (Pts.) 3rd (196) 1st (778) 3rd (229) 2nd (280) 9th (75) 3rd (286) 3rd (465)

LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAKS

HISTORY

Biggest Crowd Biggest Home Crowd

SMU IN THE HEISMAN TROPHY VOTING Player, Class Doak Walker, So. Doak Walker, Jr. Doak Walker, Sr. Kyle Rote, Sr. Don Meredith, Jr. Don Meredith, Sr. Eric Dickerson, Sr.

RECORDS

Score 13-2 31-3 7-0 14-6 21-14 26-7 14-7 21-17 20-19 45-38 (ot)

Score 0-43 0-43 37-0 21-12 21-0 20-13 12-26 33-13 0-17 0-20 13-16 14-45 9-28 58-0 20-13 21-95 14-34 10-6 24-21 28-45 40-7

Margin 70 68 66 60 58 56 54 54 53 52

Margin 143 74 74 62 61 59 58 55 55

Year 1935 1940 1947 1948 1954 1958 1966 1968 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

87,721 at Ohio State, 10/7/78 75,504 vs. Notre Dame, 12/4/54

WINNING POINT DIFFERENTIAL

Opponent vs. Daniel Baker (70-0), 1920 vs. North Texas State (68-0), 1927 vs. North Texas State (66-0), 1922 vs. Austin College (60-0), 1935 at Rice (58-0), 1978 vs. Oklahoma A&M (56-0), 1950 vs. North Texas State (60-6), 1928 vs. North Texas State (54-0), 1941 vs. Trinity (60-7), 1928 vs. Mississippi (52-0), 1929

LOSING POINT DIFFERENTIAL

Opponent at Rice (3-146), 1916 at Texas (0-74), 1916 at Houston (21-95), 1989 at Texas A&M (0-62), 1916 at Baylor (0-61), 1916 at Texas A&M (6-65), 1991 at Texas A&M (8-66), 2005 vs. TCU (7-62), 2000 at Texas Tech (7-62), 1990

SMU IN THE FINAL RANKINGS AP — 16 3 10 UR UR 10 14 20 3 2 12 8

UPI — — — — 17 18 9 16 20 UR 2 11 8

Other 1* — — — — — — — — 1+ 1~/2^ 12^ 8^

* - Dickinson & Holgate mathematical systems; + - National Championship Foundation; ~ - Helms Athletic Foundation Poll; ^ - USA Today/CNN Poll

Doak Walker won the 1948 Heisman Trophy

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OPPONENT RECORDS OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL - GAME

OPPONENT TEAM - SEASON

RUSHING Most Attempts Most Yards Most Touchdowns

TOTAL OFFENSE

42, Ricky Dobbs (Navy), 2008 342, Roosevelt Leaks (Texas), 1973 & Matt Forte (Tulane), 2007 4, Ricky Dobbs (Navy), 2008 Ed Baily (Rice), 2004 Darren Lewis (Texas A&M), 1990 James Gray (Texas Tech), 1989 Stephen Worster (Texas), 1970 Jim Bertlesen (Texas), 1969 Perry Williams (Purdue), 1966

PASSING Most Attempts Most Completions Most Yards Most TDs Most Had Intercepted

76, David Klingler (Houston), 1990 48, David Klingler (Houston), 1990 601, Daniel Meager (UNT), 2007 7, Josh Fields (Oklahoma State), 2003 5, Lionel Wilson (Houston), 1981

RECEIVING Most Receptions Most Yards Most Touchdowns

18, Casey Fitzgerald (UNT), 2007 327, Casey Fitzgerald (UNT), 2007 7, Rashaun Woods (Oklahoma State), 2003

OPPONENT TEAM - GAME TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays Most Yards Fewest Plays Fewest Yards

108, Memphis, 2007 1,021, Houston, 1989 29, Texas A&M, 1945 30, UT-Arlington, 1981

SCORING OFFENSE Most Points Scored Most Field Goals Scored Most TDs Scored (modern) Most PATs Scored (modern) Fewest Points Scored

146, Rice, 1916 5, Houston, 1984 & Rice, 2012 13, Houston, 1989 12, Houston, 1989 0, several times

FIRST DOWNS Most Total Most Rushing Most Passing Most Penalty Fewest Total Fewest Rushing Fewest Passing Fewest Penalty

35, Houston, 1989 & Memphis, 2007 28, Arkansas, 1977 & Baylor, 1993 24, Houston, 1990 5, TCU, 1978, Baylor, 1966 & Baylor, 1986 0, Marquette, 1939 0, Florida, 1972 0 several times, last by Navy, 2011 0 several times

RUSHING Most Attempts Most Net Yards Most Touchdowns Fewest Attempts Fewest Net Yards

91, Baylor, 1993 611, Texas, 1969 7, Baylor, 1992 & Alabama, 1976 16, Tulsa, 1998 & Tulane, 2012 -31, Kansas, 1955

PASSING Most Attempts Most Completions Most Yards Most Touchdowns Most Had Intercepted Fewest Attempts Fewest Completions Fewest Yards

81, Houston, 1990 53, Houston, 1990 771, Houston, 1989 10, Houston, 1989 8, Arkansas, 1951 0, Baylor, 1993, & Navy, 2008 0 several times, last by Navy, 2011 0, Baylor, 1993, Texas, 1974, Texas Tech, 1964, & Navy, 2008

Most Plays Most Yards Gained Most Yards Gained Per Game Fewest Plays Fewest Yards Gained

980 (2010) 5,984 (2007) 530.2 (1989) 514 (1947) 1,928 (1946)

RUSHING Most Rushes Most Net Yards Gained Most Net Yards Per Game Most Touchdowns Fewest Rushes Fewest Net Yards Gained

652 (1978) 2,999 (1977) 272.6 (1977) 34 (1989) 357 (1947) 1,092 (1965)

PASSING Most Attempts Most Completions Highest Completion Pct. Most Yards Gained Most Yards Gained Per Game Most TD Passes Fewest Attempts Fewest Completions Fewest Yards Most Passes Had Intercepted Fewest Had Intercepted

540 (2012) 306 (2007) 64.1 (268-of-418) (2006) 3,617 (2007) 301.4 (2007) 29 (1989) 108 (1957) 49 (1946) 751 (1957) 31 (1981) 6 (1960, 2004 & 2011)

SCORING Most Points Fewest Points Most Points Scored Per Game Most TDs Scored Most PATs By Kick Most PATs Attempted Most Field Goals Most Field Goals Attempted

499 (1989) 9 (1923) 45.4 (1989) 65 (2007) 60 (1989) 60 (1989) 16 (2000) 24 (1993)

FIRST DOWNS Most Total Most Rushing Most Passing Most Penalty Fewest Total Fewest Rushing Fewest Passing Fewest Penalty

325 (2007) 165 (1977) 173 (2012) 25 (2007) 104 (1947) 61 (1947) 32 (1955 & 1957) 1 (1958)

PUNTS Most Punts Most Yards Punted Highest Average Per Punt Fewest Punts Fewest Yards Punted

114 (1942) 3,037 (1980) 43.7 (2010) 35 (1989 & 2008) 924 (1963)

PUNT RETURNS Most Returns Most Yards Highest Average Per Return Most TDs Fewest Returns Fewest Yards

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42 (1989) 610 (1986) 14.9 (1986) 3 (1973) 14 (1966) 75 (1975)


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KICKOFF RETURNS Most Returns Most Yards Most TDs Fewest Returns Fewest Yards

FUMBLES 55 (1972) 26 (1975) 12 (2004 & 2010) 5 (1990 & 2010)

PENALTIES Most Most Yards Fewest Fewest Yards

HISTORY

MEDIA

SMU VS. HEISMAN TROPHY WINNERS 69 (2008) 1,414 (2010) 1 (several times, last 2010) 14 (1946 & 1960) 247 (1960)

Most Most Lost Fewest Fewest Lost

RECORDS

102 (1989) 882 (1977) 43 (1959 & 1961) 369 (1959)

Year 1938 1949 1950 1953 1956 1957 1960 1963 1974 1977 1989 2012

Winner (School) Davey O’Brien (TCU) Leon Hart (Notre Dame) Vic Janowicz (Ohio State) Johnny Lattner (Notre Dame) Paul Hornung (Notre Dame) John David Crow (Texas A&M) Joe Bellino (Navy) Roger Staubach (Navy) Archie Griffin (Ohio State) Earl Campbell (Texas) Andre Ware (Houston) Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M)

Result L, 7-20 L, 20-27 W, 32-27 L, 14-40 W, 19-13 L, 6-19 L, 7-26 W, 32-28 L, 9-28 L, 14-30 L, 21-95 L, 3-48

SMU BOWL RECORDS INDIVIDUAL Most Carries Most Rushing Yards Most Pass Attempts Most Pass Completions Most Passing Yards Most TD Passes

TEAM

27, Eric Dickerson vs. Pittsburgh, 1983 Cotton Bowl 225, Craig James vs. BYU, 1980 Holiday Bowl 43, Chuck Hixson vs. Oklahoma, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl 32, Kyle Padron vs. Nevada, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl 460, Kyle Padron vs. Nevada, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl 2, Chuck Hixson vs. Oklahoma, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl 2, Kyle Padron vs. Nevada, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl 2, Kyle Padron vs. Army, 2010 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Most Passes Caught 9, Aldrick Robinson vs. Nevada, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl 9, Darius Johnson vs. Army, 2010 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Most Receiving Yards 176, Aldrick Robinson vs. Nevada, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Most TD Receptions 2, John Roderick vs. Oregon, 1963 Sun Bowl Most INTs 2, Bruce Portillo vs. Oklahoma, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl Most INT Return Yards 83, Hayden Greenbauer vs. Fresno State, 2012 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Most Total Yards 467, Kyle Padron vs. Nevada, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Most Punts 7, Bob Finley vs. Stanford, 1936 Rose Bowl 7, Larry Tunnell vs. Oklahoma, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl Most Punt Returns 8, Bobby Wilson vs. Stanford, 1936 Rose Bowl Most Punt Return Yards 73, Bobby Wilson vs. Stanford, 1936 Rose Bowl Most Kickoff Returns 4, Jerry Levias vs. Oklahoma, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl Most Kickoff Return Yards 90, Jerry Levias vs. Oklahoma, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl Most TDs scored 3, Craig James vs. BYU, 1980 Holiday Bowl 3, Shawnbrey McNeal vs. Nevada, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Most points scored 18, Craig James vs. BYU, 1980 Holiday Bowl 18, Shawnbrey McNeal vs. Nevada, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Most field goals made 3, Eddie Garcia vs. BYU, 1980 Holiday Bowl Most PATs made 6, Matt Szymanski vs. Nevada, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Longest Run from Scrimmage 62, Jeff Atkins vs. Alabama, 1963 Sun Bowl Longest Pass Completion 71, Kyle Padron to Cole Beasley vs. Nevada, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Longest Punt Return 31, Darius Johnson vs. Fresno State, 2012 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Longest Kickoff Return 38, Jerry Levias vs. Oklahoma, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl Longest INT Return 83, Hayden Greenbauer vs. Fresno State, 2012 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Longest Punt 84, Kyle Rote vs. Oregon, 1949 Cotton Bowl Longest field goal made 48, Chase Hover vs. Fresno State, 2012 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl

Most First Downs Most Rushing First Downs Most Passing First Downs Most Rushing Yards Most Passing Yards Most Pass Attempts Most Pass Completions Most Touchdown Passes

Most INTs Most INTs Thrown Most Rushing TDs Most Punts Most Punt Yards Most Punt Returns Most Punt Return Yards Most Penalties Most Fumbles

Most Fumbles Lost

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26, 1984 Aloha Bowl vs. Notre Dame 18, 1980 Holiday Bowl vs. BYU 18, 1984 Aloha Bowl vs. Notre Dame 18, 1963 Sun Bowl vs. Oregon 18, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl vs. Nevada 393, 1980 Holiday Bowl vs. BYU 460, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl vs. Nevada 43, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl vs. Oklahoma 32, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl vs. Nevada 2, 1963 Sun Bowl vs. Oregon 2, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl vs. Oklahoma 2, 2009 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl vs. Nevada 2, 2010 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl vs. Army 3, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl vs. Oklahoma 6, 1936 Rose Bowl vs. Stanford 4, 1980 Holiday Bowl vs. BYU 11, 1936 Rose Bowl vs. Stanford 401, 1936 Rose Bowl vs. Stanford 8, 1936 Rose Bowl vs. Stanford 119, 1963 Sun Bowl vs. Oregon 7, 1967 Cotton Bowl vs. Georgia 7, 1980 Holiday Bowl vs. BYU 4, 1963 Sun Bowl vs. Oregon 4, 1963 Cotton Bowl vs. Pittsburgh 4, 1984 Aloha Bowl vs. Notre Dame 2, 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl vs. Oklahoma 2, 1963 Cotton Bowl vs. Pittsburgh


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SMU FOOTBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR Year 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

Coach Ray Morrison Ray Morrison J. Burton Rix J. Burton Rix J. Burton Rix J. Burton Rix Rix-Cunningham-Kelly Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Ray Morrison Madison Bell Madison Bell Madison Bell Madison Bell Madison Bell Madison Bell Madison Bell James H. Stewart James H. Stewart James H. Stewart Madison Bell Madison Bell Madison Bell Madison Bell Madison Bell H.N. Russell H.N. Russell H.N. Russell Chalmer Woodard Chalmer Woodard Chalmer Woodard Chalmer Woodard Bill Meek Bill Meek Bill Meek Bill Meek Bill Meek Hayden Fry Hayden Fry Hayden Fry Hayden Fry Hayden Fry Hayden Fry Hayden Fry Hayden Fry Hayden Fry Hayden Fry Hayden Fry Dave Smith Dave Smith Dave Smith

Record 2-5-0 0-8-2 3-2-3 4-2-0 5-4-1 3-5-2 1-6-1 6-3-1 9-0-0 5-1-4 5-2-2 8-0-1 7-2-0 6-3-1 6-0-4 6-3-1 9-1-1 3-7-2 4-7-1 8-2-2 12-1-0 5-4-1 5-6-0 6-4-0 6-3-1 8-1-1 5-5-0 3-6-2 2-7-0 5-5-0 5-6-0 4-5-1 9-0-2 9-1-1 5-4-1 6-4-0 3-6-1 4-5-1 5-5-0 6-3-1 4-6-0 4-6-0 4-5-1 6-4-0 5-4-1 0-9-1 2-7-1 2-8-0 4-7-0 1-9-0 4-5-1 8-3-0 3-7-0 8-3-0 3-7-0 5-6-0 4-7-0 7-4-0 6-4-1 6-4-1 4-7-0

SWC/WAC/C-USA Pts. 20 27 74 2-2 (5th) 40 0-2-1 (6th) 162 0-4-1 (8th) 125 0-4 (7th) 15 2-2 (T-3rd) 235 5-0 (1st) 207 2-0-4 (2nd) 92 1-1-2 (4th) 148 5-0 (1st) 229 4-1 (2nd) 267 2-2-1 (5th) 254 3-0-2 (2nd) 172 2-2-1 (4th) 187 5-0-1 (1st) 160 1-4-1 (T-5th) 82 2-4 (6th) 99 3-2-1 (3rd) 224 6-0 (1st) 288 2-3-1 (5th) 118 2-4 (6th) 93 4-2 (2nd) 148 4-2 (T-2nd) 118 5-1 (T-1st) 142 2-4 (5th) 169 1-4-1 (6th) 126 2-3 (T-3rd) 69 2-3 (4th) 131 4-2 (2nd) 201 2-4 (T-5th) 114 5-0-1 (1st) 182 5-0-1 (1st) 250 2-3-1 (5th) 215 2-4 (T-5th) 251 1-4-1 (7th) 164 3-2-1 (3rd) 136 3-3 (4th) 128 4-1-1 (2nd) 184 2-4 (T-5th) 118 2-4 (5th) 125 3-3 (4th) 127 4-2 (T-2nd) 203 2-3-1 (4th) 147 0-6-1 (8th) 31 1-5-1 (8th) 92 2-5 (7th) 88 2-5 (T-6th) 141 0-7 (8th) 55 3-4 (T-4th) 123 6-1 (1st) 210 3-4 (6th) 135 5-2 (3rd) 311 3-4 (5th) 186 3-4 (T-4th) 153 3-4 (5th) 151 4-3 (T-2nd) 269 3-3-1 (T-4th) 259 3-3-1 (T-4th) 221 2-5 (T-5th) 208

Opp. 131 455 49 45 86 90 92 69 9 59 41 47 81 78 36 86 49 112 104 63 39 66 80 125 60 75 106 133 115 201 110 100 90 105 204 146 144 163 129 135 115 202 175 134 133 221 191 130 174 177 167 170 214 273 230 228 227 154 228 240 299

Year 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Coach Ron Meyer Ron Meyer Ron Meyer Ron Meyer Ron Meyer Ron Meyer Bobby Collins Bobby Collins Bobby Collins Bobby Collins Bobby Collins Season Cancelled Season Cancelled Forrest Gregg Forrest Gregg Tom Rossley Tom Rossley Tom Rossley Tom Rossley Tom Rossley Tom Rossley Mike Cavan Mike Cavan Mike Cavan Mike Cavan Mike Cavan Phil Bennett Phil Bennett Phil Bennett Phil Bennett Phil Bennett Phil Bennett June Jones June Jones June Jones June Jones June Jones Totals

Record 3-8-0 4-7-0 4-6-1 5-6-0 8-4-0 10-1-0 11-0-1 10-2-0 10-2-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 2-9-0 1-10-0 1-10-0 5-6-0 2-7-2 1-9-1 1-10-0 5-6-0 6-5 1-1# 4-6 3-9 4-7 3-9 0-12 3-8 5-6 6-6 1-11 1-11 8-5 7-7 8-5 7-6 465-493-54

SWC/WAC/C-USA Pts. 2-6 (8th) 202 3-5 (T-6th) 226 3-5 (T-6th) 300 3-5 (6th) 226 5-3 (2nd) 324 7-1 (1st) 365 7-0-1 (1st) 354 7-1 (2nd) 274 6-2 (T-1st) 328 5-3* 280 5-3* 245 0-8 (9th) 187 0-8 (9th) 197 0-8 (9th) 141 2-5 (T-6th) 212 1-5-1 (T-7th) 206 0-6-1 (7th) 197 0-7 (8th) 132 4-4 (4th+) 246 5-3 (T2nd+) 247 0-1 34 3-3 (5th) 193 2-6 (T-6th) 181 4-4 (6th) 226 3-5 (T-6th) 207 0-8 (10th) 134 3-5 (T-6th) 202 4-4 (T-3rd) 229 4-4 (4th) 325 0-8 (6th) 340 0-8 (6th) 256 6-2 (T-1st) 380 6-2 (T-1st&) 360 5-3 (3rd) 336 5-3 (4th) 397 269-318-31 18,008

Opp. 339 319 251 236 192 137 160 137 198 211 282 499 426 359 276 277 343 352 267 237 43 235 352 295 378 386 420 280 294 477 458 359 359 300 334 18,631

# 10 games vacated due to use of an ineligible player; * Ineligible for conference championship; + Western Athletic Conference Mountain Division; 2005-2012 - C-USA Western Division; & Played in 2010 C-USA Championship Game at UCF

RECORDS OF SMU COACHES Coach Ray Morrison *J. Burton Rix Madison Bell James H. Stewart H.N. Russell Chalmer Woodard Bill Meek Hayden Fry Dave Smith Ron Meyer Bobby Collins Forrest Gregg Tom Rossley Mike Cavan Phil Bennett June Jones

Years 1915-16, 1922-34 1917-21 1935-41, 1945-49 1942-44 1950-52 1953-56 1957-61 1962-72 1973-75 1976-81 1982-86 1989-90 1991-96 1997-2001 2002-07 2008-12

Yrs. 15 5 12 3 3 4 5 11 3 6 5 2 6 5 6 5

Games 150 42 127 30 30 40 50 116 33 67 58 22 66 46 70 65

*Rix-Cunningham-Kelly in 1921

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1915 (2-5) 10/8 at TCU 10/14 Hendrix Austin College 11/4 Dallas University 11/12 Daniel Baker Southwestern 11/25 Trinity (Texas) Coach: Ray Morrison Captain: J.A. Barton

1923 (9-0)

L W L W L L L

0-43 13-2 0-21 7-0 0-30 0-21 0-14

L L L L L T L L L T

0-74 0-61 3-48 0-62 6-14 0-0 0-27 3-146 6-14 9-9

1916 (0-8-2) 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/30 11/4 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1

at Texas at Baylor TCU at Texas A&M Dallas University Austin College Daniel Baker at Rice Trinity (Texas) at Southwestern Coach: Ray Morrison Captain: B.C. Glenn

1917 (3-2-3) 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/29

Meridian at Austin College at TCU Dallas University Trinity (Texas) Howard Payne Baylor Southwestern Coach: J. Burton Rix Captain: Douglas I. Maxwell

W W L T W L T T

20-7 20-0 0-21 7-7 20-0 7-14 0-0 0-0

1918 (4-2) 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/23 11/30

Austin College TCU (forfeit) Love Field Baylor at Texas at Rice Coach: J. Burton Rix Captain: Horace Renshaw

W W W W L L

19-0 1-0 6-0 14-0 0-32 0-13

1919 (5-4-1) 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/27

Burleson Wesley Texas A&M Daniel Baker (forfeit) Howard Payne Austin College at Rice Trinity (Texas) at Baylor at Southwestern Coach: J. Burton Rix Captain: Graham L. Pierce

9/25 10/2 10/9 10/15 10/22 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27

Daniel Baker Simmons (Texas) Texas A&M Howard Payne Arkansas Trinity (Texas) Rice Texas Austin College Baylor Coach: J. Burton Rix Captain: John Lee Brooks

W W L W L W L W T L

26-6 7-6 0-16 6-0 9-14 41-0 14-21 46-6 7-7 6-10

W T L W L W L L L T

70-0 0-0 0-3 14-0 0-6 38-7 0-10 3-21 0-43 0-0

1920 (3-5-2)

1921 (1-6-1) 10/1 Howard Payne W 10/12 Texas A&M L 10/21 Austin College L 10/29 *Arkansas L 11/5 Rice L 11/12 TCU L 11/19 Southwestern T 11/24 at Baylor L * At Ft. Smith, Ark. Coaches: J. Burton Rix, Bill Cunningham, Choc Kelly Captain: Jimmy Kitts

3-0 0-13 6-17 0-14 0-7 6-13 0-0 0-28

1922 (6-3-1) 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/20 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/30 12/9

SMU Freshmen W North Texas St. W Louisiana St. W Austin College L Oklahoma A&M W Southwestern W Texas A&M W at Arkansas L Baylor L at TCU T Coaches: Ray Morrison, E.Y. Freeland Captain: John McLean Brooks

16-0 66-0 51-0 7-10 32-6 46-14 17-6 0-9 0-24 0-0

1930 (6-3-1)

SWC CHAMPIONS 2/29 10/6 10/10 10/16 10/26 11/4 11/10 11/17 11/29

North Texas St. W Henderson-Brown W Austin College W Missouri Mines W at Texas A&M W TCU W Arkansas W Oklahoma A&M W Baylor W Coaches: Ray Morrison, E.Y. Freeland Captain: William Daniel

9/27 10/4 10/10 10/17 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/29

North Texas St. Trinity (Texas) Austin College Texas Texas A&M at TCU at Arkansas Baylor Oklahoma A&M

41-0 33-0 10-3 35-0 10-0 40-0 13-6 9-0 16-0

Howard Payne W 26-0 at Notre Dame L 14-20 Austin College W 34-0 at Baylor T 14-14 Indiana W 27-0 at Texas L 7-25 Texas A&M W 13-7 at Navy W 20-7 at Rice W 32-0 TCU L 0-13 Coach: Ray Morrison Captains: Ira Hopper, Louie Long, Malcolm Powell, Bill Skeeters

1931 (9-1-1)

1924 (5-1-4)

12/1

Dixie Classic W. Virginia Wesleyan Coach: Ray Morrison Captain: Logan Stollenwreck

W W W W T W T T T

7-0 14-3 7-0 10-6 7-7 6-0 14-14 7-7 13-13

L

7-9

W W W L L T T W W

48-0 52-7 20-6 0-7 0-9 0-0 0-0 7-6 21-6

SWC CHAMPIONS 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 11/1 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28 12/5

North Texas St. Simmons (Texas) at Arkansas at Rice Centenary Texas at Texas A&M Baylor at TCU Navy at St. Mary’s Coach: Ray Morrison Captain: Alfred Neeley

9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3 1/2

North Texas St. at Texas Tech Rice at Syracuse Centenary at Texas Texas A&M Arkansas Baylor TCU Nebraska at Texas Mines Coach: Ray Morrison Captain: Howard Sprague

9/23 9/29 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/2 12/9

North Texas St. Texas Tech Texas Mines at Rice Oklahoma A&M at Arkansas Texas at Texas A&M Centenary Baylor at TCU St. Mary’s Coach: Ray Morrison Captain: Raymond Fuqua

9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1 12/8

North Texas St. Austin College at Louisiana St. at Rice Oklahoma A&M Fordham at Texas Texas A&M Arkansas at Baylor TCU at Washington (Mo.) Coach: Ray Morrison Captain: Raymond Fuqua

1925 (5-2-2) 9/26 10/3 10/9 10/16 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/26

North Texas St. Abilene Christian Washington (Mo.) at Texas A&M Oklahoma Texas Arkansas Baylor Drake Coach: Ray Morrison Captain: James Magness

1926 (8-0-1)

SWC CHAMPIONS 9/24 10/2 10/8 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/25

North Texas St. W Trinity (Texas) W Centenary W at Missouri T Texas A&M W at Texas W Rice W Baylor W TCU W Coach: Ray Morrison Captains: Stanley Dawson, Howard Wade

9/24 10/1 10/8 10/14 10/22 10/28 11/5 11/12

North Texas St. W Howard Payne W at Centenary L at Rice W Missouri W Texas W at Texas A&M L Baylor W at TCU W Coach: Ray Morrison Captains: Gerald Mann, Robert E. Tatum

42-0 48-0 37-0 7-7 9-7 21-17 20-0 31-3 14-13

1927 (7-2) 68-0 32-0 12-21 34-6 32-9 14-0 13-39 34-0 28-6

1928 (6-3-1) 9/22 North Texas St. 9/29 Howard Payne 10/6 at Army 10/13 *Simmons (Texas) 10/20 Rice 10/27 Trinity (Texas) 11/3 at Texas 11/10 Texas A&M 11/17 at Baylor 11/24 TCU * At Wichita Falls, Texas Coach: Ray Morrison Captain: Earl Baccus

1935 (12-1)

9/27 10/4 10/10 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29

W W L W W W W T L L

60-6 31-0 13-14 6-0 53-13 60-7 6-2 19-19 0-2 6-15

W T T W W T W W W T

13-3 13-13 0-0 16-0 52-0 0-0 12-7 25-6 34-0 7-7

W W W W W W W W T W L

13-0 27-10 42-6 21-12 19-0 9-7 8-0 6-0 0-0 13-6 2-7

T L L W L L T W L L L W

0-0 0-6 0-13 16-6 7-18 6-14 0-0 13-7 0-19 0-8 14-21 26-0

L W W W T L L W L L L L

0-7 14-0 27-6 13-7 7-7 0-3 0-10 19-0 0-7 7-13 6-26 6-18

W W T L W W T W W L W W

33-0 33-0 14-14 0-9 41-0 26-14 7-7 28-0 10-6 6-13 19-0 7-0

1932 (3-7-2)

1933 (4-7-1)

1934 (8-2-2)

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS | SWC CHAMPIONS 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30 12/7

North Texas St. W 39-0 Austin College W 60-0 Tulsa W 14-0 at Washington (Mo.) W 35-6 Rice W 10-0 Hardin-Simmons W 18-6 Texas W 20-0 at UCLA W 21-0 at Arkansas W 17-6 Baylor W 10-0 at #2 TCU W 20-14 at Texas A&M W 24-0 Rose Bowl 1/1 Stanford L 0-7 Coach: Madison Bell Captains: Harry Shuford, Marco Stewart, J.C. Wetsel NCAA-Recognized National Championship by Dickinson & Houlgate Systems

1936 (5-4-1) 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28 12/5

North Texas St. W Texas A&I W at Fordham L Vanderbilt W at Texas [NR/19] W Texas A&M [NR/12] L Arkansas [NR/19] L at Baylor L TCU [18/NR] T at Rice W Coach: Madison Bell Captains: Paschal Scottino, Johnny Sprague

1937 (5-6) 9/25 North Texas St. W 14-0 10/2 Centenary L 6-7 10/9 at Washington (Mo.) W 14-0 10/13 Vanderbilt L 0-6 10/23 *Arkansas L 0-13 10/30 Texas W 13-2 11/6 at Texas A&M L 0-14 11/13 Baylor [13/NR] W 13-7 11/20 at UCLA W 26-13 11/27 at TCU [14/NR] L 0-3 12/4 Rice [18/NR] L 7-15 * At Ft. Smith, Ark. Coach: Madison Bell Captains: Ray Acker, Joe Gray, Keith Ranspot

1938 (6-4) 9/24 10/1 10/7 10/22 10/30 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3

North Texas St. Arizona Marquette (at Chicago) at Pittsburgh [1/NR] Texas at Texas A&M [19/NR] Arkansas at Baylor TCU [2/NR] at Rice Coach: Madison Bell Captain: Charles Sprague

W W L L W W W W L L

34-7 29-7 0-7 7-34 7-6 10-7 19-6 21-6 7-20 14-25

T W L W W L L W W W

7-7 16-0 19-20 16-0 10-0 2-6 0-14 21-0 14-7 13-6

1939 (6-3-1) 9/30 at Oklahoma 10/7 North Texas St. 10/14 at Notre Dame 10/21 Marquette [NR/18] 11/4 Texas [NR/16] 11/11 at Texas A&M [2/13] 11/17 *Arkansas [NR/17] 11/25 Baylor 12/2 at TCU 12/9 Rice * At Little Rock, Ark. Coach: Madison Bell Captain: Chelsea Crouch

1929 (6-0-4) 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/11 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30

North Texas St. Howard Payne at Nebraska Austin Colege Mississippi Texas at Texas A&M Baylor Rice at TCU Coach: Ray Morrison Captain: H.J. “Choc” Sanders

J.C Wetsel, Harry Shuford & Maco Stewart served as tri-captains on the 1935 National Championship squad

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1940 (8-1-1)

at UCLA W North Texas St. W at Pittsburgh T Auburn W at Texas [NR/15] W Texas A&M [4/14] L Arkansas [NR/20] W at Baylor [NR/18] W TCU [NR/16] W at Rice [NR/16] W Coach: Madison Bell Captains: Will Mullinweg, Raymond Pope

9-6 20-7 7-7 20-13 21-13 7-19 28-0 7-4 16-0 7-6

9/9 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29 1/1

54-0 10-16 34-0 20-7 0-34 10-21 14-7 14-0 13-15 0-6

1942 (3-6-2) 9/26 North Texas St. W 26-7 10/3 at Pittsburgh L 7-20 10/10 *Hardin-Simmons L 6-7 10/17 Temple T 6-6 10/24 Corpus Christi NAS W 21-6 10/31 at Texas [NR/17] L 7-21 11/7 Texas A&M L 20-27 11/14 Arkansas W 14-6 11/20 at Baylor T 6-6 11/28 TCU L 6-14 12/5 at Rice L 7-13 * At San Antonio, Texas Coach: James H. Stewart Captains: Clarence Booth, Orville Johnson, Kelly Simpson

1943 (2-7) 9/25 Tulsa L 10/9 NTAC L 10/16 Rice W 10/23 at Tulane L 10/30 Texas [12/NR] L 11/6 at Texas A&M [16/NR] L 11/13 *Arkansas L 11/20 Texas Tech L 11/27 at TCU W * At San Antonio, Texas Coach: James H. Stewart Captains: Abel Gonzalez, Ray Rasor

7-20 6-20 12-0 6-12 0-20 0-22 12-14 6-7 20-0

1944 (5-5) 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/2

NTAC W Southwestern W at Randolph Field [4/NR] L at Rice L at Tulane L at Texas L Texas A&M L Arkansas W at Texas Tech W TCU W Coach: James H. Stewart Captains: C.D. Allen, Ivan Cunningham

49-0 16-15 0-41 10-21 7-27 7-34 6-39 20-12 7-6 9-6

1945 (5-6) 9/22 Lackland AAF 6,500 W 9/29 at C. Christi NAS 16,000 L 10/6 Missouri 8,000 L 10/12 *Okla. A&M [14/NR] 18,500 L 10/20 Rice 8,500 W 10/27 at Tulane 28,000 L 11/3 Texas 23,000 L 11/10 at Texas A&M 9,000 L 11/17 Arkansas 9,000 W 11/24 at Baylor 10,000 W 12/1 at TCU 18,000 W *At Oklahoma City, Okla. Total Avg: 14,045 - Home Avg: 11,833 Coach: Madison Bell Captains: Tom Dean, Howard Mailey

51-0 7-22 7-10 12-26 21-18 7-19 7-12 0-3 21-0 34-0 34-0

1946 (4-5-1) 9/30 10/5 10/11 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/8 11/16 11/23 11/30

at Temple 30,000 T 7-7 Texas Tech 27,000 L 0-7 Oklahoma A&M 28,000 W 15-6 at Rice [16/NR] 26,000 L 7-21 at Missouri 22,500 W 17-0 at Texas [7/NR] 34,000 L 3-19 Texas A&M 40,000 L 0-14 at Arkansas 15,500 L 0-13 Baylor 15,000 W 35-0 TCU 16,000 W 30-13 Total Avg: 23,090 - Home Avg: 25,200 Coach: Madison Bell Captains: Lendon Davis, Eugene McClintock, Eugene Wilson

at Santa Clara 5,000 W Missouri 35,000 W at Okla. A&M 18,000 W Rice [15/NR] 23,000 W at UCLA [16/12] 64,197 W Texas [3/8] 50,000 W at Texas A&M [NR/3] 28,000 W Arkansas [NR/4] 23,000 W at Baylor [NR/3] 12,000 W at TCU [NR/3] 31,000 T Cotton Bowl Penn St. [4/3} 47,500 T # Last full season at Ownby Stadium Total Avg: 26,290 - Home Avg: 32,750 Coach: Madison Bell; Captain: Sid Halliday

22-6 35-19 21-14 14-0 7-0 14-13 13-0 14-6 10-0 19-19

33-14 41-6 14-20 33-7 33-0 21-6 20-14 14-12 13-6 7-7 21-13

1949 (5-4-1) 9/24 10/1 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3

Wake Forest 51,000 W 13-7 Missouri 58,000 W 28-27 Rice [NR/10] 72,000 L 27-41 Kentucky [7/17] 48,000 W 20-7 Texas [19/11] 75,139 W 7-6 at Texas A&M [NR/9] 31,000 T 27-27 Arkansas [NR/12] 42,000 W 34-6 Baylor [15/10] 63,337 L 26-35 at TCU 33,000 L 13-21 Notre Dame [1/NR] 75,457 L 20-27 Total Avg: 54,893 - Home Avg: 60,617 Coach: Madison Bell Captains: Dick McKissack, Bobby Folsom, Doak Walker

1950 (6-4) 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/2

Georgia Tech 54,000 W at Ohio St. [11/10] 80,672 W at Missouri [NR/3] 35,311 W Oklahoma A&M [NR/2] 75,349 W at Rice [15/3] 70,000 W at Texas [7/1] 65,498 L Texas A&M [NR/7] 75,447 L *Arkansas [NR/14] 29,000 W Baylor [NR/15] 50,000 L TCU 55,000 L Total Avg: 59,027 - Home Avg: 61,959 Coach: H.N. Russell Captains: Kyle Rote, Bobby Collier

33-13 32-27 21-0 56-0 42-21 20-23 20-25 14-7 0-3 13-27

1951 (3-6-1) 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1

at Georgia Tech 33,000 L 7-21 at Ohio St. [3/NR] 80,735 L 0-7 Missouri 40,000 W 34-0 at Notre Dame [5/NR] 58,240 W 27-20 Rice [NR/15] 53,000 L 7-28 Texas [12/NR] 72,000 L 13-20 at Texas A&M 24,500 T 14-14 Arkansas 33,500 W 47-7 at Baylor [10/NR] 30,000 L 13-14 at TCU [11/NR] 35,000 L 2-13 Total Avg: 45,997 - Home Avg: 49,625 Coach: H.N. Russell Captains: Dick Hightower, Hershel Forester, Pat Knight

1952 (4-5-1) 9/26 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29

Duke [19/NR] 28,000 L Georgia Tech [6/NR] 41,000 L at Missouri 25,000 W at Rice 56,000 W Kansas [15/NR] 30,000 L at Texas [14/NR] 57,000 L Texas A&M 62,000 W at Arkansas 20,000 W Baylor 30,000 T TCU 32,000 L Total Avg: 38,100 - Home Avg: 37,167 Coach: H.N. Russell Captain: Bill Forester

7-14 7-20 25-7 21-14 0-26 14-31 21-13 27-17 7-7 7-14

1953 (5-5) 10/3 10/9 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28 12/5

at Georgia Tech [9/NR] 37,000 L Missouri 35,000 W Rice [11/NR] 50,000 W at Kansas [NR/13] 29,000 W Texas [NR/11] 51,000 L at Texas A&M 20,000 W Arkansas 26,500 W at Baylor 30,000 L at TCU 27,000 L at Notre Dame [2/NR] 35,522 L Total Avg: 34,102 - Home Avg: 40,625 Coach: Chalmer Woodard Captains: Jack Gunlock, Jerry Clem

HISTORY

Georgia Tech 34,504 L at Missouri 27,500 W at Rice [15/NR] 63,500 W Kansas 20,037 W at Texas [NR/18] 50,000 T Texas A&M 44,307 W at Arkansas [4/19] 25,000 W Baylor [20/11] 47,000 L TCU 30,022 W Notre Dame [4/NR] 75,704 L Total Avg: 41,737 - Home Avg: 44,270 Coach: Chalmer Woodard Captains: Duane Nutt, Raymond Berry

9/24 10/1 10/7 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26

at Notre Dame [11/NR] 56,454 L at Ga. Tech [3/NR] 34,000 L Missouri 25,000 W Rice [15/NR] 46,000 W at Kansas 20,000 W Texas 46,000 L at Texas A&M [12/NR] 38,000 L Arkansas 32,500 L at Baylor 20,000 W at TCU [7/NR] 33,000 L Total Avg: 35,095 - Home Avg: 36,125 Coach: Chalmer Woodward Captains: Forrest Gregg, David Hawk

1961 (2-7-1) 9/23 9/29 10/7 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/2

0-17 7-20 13-6 20-0 33-14 18-19 2-13 0-6 12-0 13-20

9/22 at Maryland 33,000 L 0-7 9/29 Southern Cal [9/NR] 14,000 L 3-33 10/6 Air Force 28,000 L 20-25 10/20 Rice 15,000 W 15-7 10/27 at Texas Tech 32,000 W 14-0 11/3 at Texas [5/NR] 41,000 L 0-6 11/10 Texas A&M 39,500 L 7-12 11/17 *Arkansas [7/NR] 41,000 L 7-9 11/24 Baylor 12,000 L 13-17 12/1 TCU 15,400 L 9-14 * At Little Rock, Ark. Total Avg: 28,390 - Home Avg: 21,150 Coach: Hayden Fry Captains: Tommy Brennan, Les Stewart, Jack Rhoads

Maryland 17,000 L 6-14 at Southern Cal 29,148 L 16-21 Air Force 28,000 W 9-7 at Rice 37,000 L 0-10 Texas Tech 17,000 W 8-7 Texas [3/NR] 41,000 L 0-27 at Texas A&M 18,000 L 12-25 Arkansas 17,000 L 7-21 at Baylor 17,000 L 6-31 at TCU 20,000 T 28-28 Total Avg: 24,115 - Home Avg: 24,000 Coach: Bill Meek Captains: Bobby Hunt, Max Christian, Mike Rice

4-6 20-7 12-7 14-6 7-16 23-0 13-7 21-27 0-13 14-40

1962 (2-8)

1956 (4-6) 9/22 Notre Dame [3/NR] 61,000 W 9/29 Georgia Tech [2/5] 46,500 L 10/6 at Missouri [NR/12] 25,000 W 10/13 at Duke [NR/19] 25,000 L 10/20 at Rice 47,000 W 11/3 at Texas 35,000 W 11/10 Texas A&M [5/NR] 62,500 L 11/17 *Arkansas 34,000 L 11/24 Baylor [16/NR] 28,000 L 12/1 TCU [14/NR] 32,500 L * At Little Rock, Ark. Total Avg: 39,650 - Home Avg: 46,100 Coach: Chalmer Woodward Captains: Bill Livingstone, Smitty Keller

19-13 7-9 33-27 6-14 14-13 20-19 7-33 13-27 0-26 6-21

at California 45,000 W at Georgia Tech [3/15] 30,000 T Missouri 26,500 L Rice [19/NR] 36,000 L Texas [13/NR] 42,000 W at Texas A&M [1/NR] 28,000 L Arkansas 25,500 W at Baylor 15,000 W at TCU 25,000 L Notre Dame [10/NR] 51,000 L Total Avg: 32,400 - Home Avg: 44,270 Coach: Bill Meek Captains: Ray Masters, Jerry Cornelison

9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29

at Ohio St. [1/20] 63,113 L Notre Dame [7/17] 61,500 L at Missouri [NR/18] 29,000 W Rice [NR/16] 39,000 L Georgia Tech 27,000 W at Texas [16/NR] 58,000 W Texas A&M [NR/20] 53,000 W at Arkansas [NR/15] 28,000 L Baylor 26,500 W TCU [7/NR] 49,000 W Total Avg: 43,411 - Home Avg: 42,667 Coach: Bill Meek Captain: Tom Koening

9/26 10/3 10/9 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28

at Georgia Tech [16/6] 43,000 L Navy [15/NR] 46,000 W Missouri [NR/15] 33,000 W at Rice [NR/16] 65,000 T Texas Tech 30,000 W Texas [4/NR] 65,000 L at Texas A&M 19,000 W Arkansas [20/NR] 31,000 L at Baylor 25,000 W at TCU [8/NR] 40,000 L Total Avg: 39,700 - Home Avg: 41,000 Coach: Bill Meek Captain: Don Meredith

9/17 9/24 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26

at Missouri 26,500 L at Ohio St. [20/NR] 84,296 L Navy [6/NR] (Norfolk, Va.) 30,000 L Rice 26,500 L at Texas Tech 32,000 L at Texas 34,000 L Texas A&M 35,000 T at Arkansas [9/NR] 31,500 L Baylor 23,000 L TCU 20,000 L Total Avg: 34,280 - Home Avg: 28,625 Coach: Bill Meek Captains: Glynn Gregory, Jerry Mays

1963 (4-7) 9/28 10/5 10/11 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/30 12/7

at Michigan Air Force Navy [4/NR] at Rice Texas Tech Texas [1/NR] at Texas A&M Arkansas at TCU at Baylor

L W W L L L W W L L

16-27 10-0 32-28 7-13 6-13 12-17 9-7 14-7 15-22 6-20

13-6 0-0 6-7 21-27 19-12 6-19 27-22 14-7 0-21 21-54

9/19 9/26 10/3 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28

at Florida 33,000 L at Ohio St. [5/NR] 80,737 L Texas-Arlington 20,000 W Rice 24,000 L at Texas Tech 36,000 L at Texas [6/NR] 69,000 L Texas A&M 32,000 L at Arkansas [3/NR] 33,000 L Baylor 15,000 L TCU 12,000 L Total Avg: 39,474 - Home Avg: 20,600 Coach: Hayden Fry Captains: John Knee, Bob Oyler, Bill Harlan

8-24 8-27 14-0 6-7 0-12 0-7 0-23 0-44 13-16 6-17

1964 (1-9)

1958 (6-4) 20-23 6-14 32-19 7-13 20-0 26-10 33-0 6-13 33-29 20-13

1965 (4-5-1) 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27

1959 (5-4-1) 12-16 20-7 23-2 13-13 21-13 0-21 14-11 14-17 30-14 0-19

1960 (0-9-1)

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36,659 30,000 37,000 52,000 19,000 59,000 15,000 24,000 19,672 26,000

Sun Bowl 12/31 Oregon 26,500 L 14-21 Total Avg: 31,348 - Home Avg: 33,800 Coach: Hayden Fry Captains: Ronnie Cosper, Martin Cude, Billy Gannon

1957 (4-5-1) 9/21 9/28 10/11 10/19 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30 12/7

MEDIA

7-10 25-6 20-6 36-18 13-13 6-3 21-14 21-33 21-6 14-26

1955 (4-6)

1948 (9-1-1)

at Pittsburgh 31,469 W #Texas Tech 23,000 W at Missouri [NR/4] 30,892 L at Rice [NR/14] 32,600 W *Santa Clara [NR/11] 50,000 W at Texas [NR/11] 68,750 W *Texas A&M [NR/8] 55,000 W at Arkansas [NR/7] 23,000 W *Baylor [NR/10] 58,000 W *TCU [NR/8] 67,431 T Cotton Bowl 1/1 Oregon [9/10] 70,000 W # Last game at Ownby Stadium before 1989 Total Avg: 51,263 - Home Avg: 47,671 Coach: Madison Bell Captains: Joe Ethridge, Floyd Lewis

10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/4

13-13

SWC CHAMPIONS 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27

RECORDS

1954 (6-3-1)

SWC CHAMPIONS

1941 (5-5) 9/27 North Texas St. W 10/4 at Fordham L 10/11 *College of Pacific W 10/18 #Auburn W 11/1 Texas [2/20] L 11/8 at Texas A&M [5/NR] L 11/15 at Arkansas W 11/22 Baylor W 11/29 at TCU L 12/6 Rice L * At Tyler, Texas # At Birmingham, Ala. Coach: Madison Bell Captains: J. Ted Ramsey, Horace Young

REVIEW

1947 (9-0-2)

SWC CO-CHAMPIONS 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30 12/7

OPPONENTS

0-20 0-24 7-26 0-47 7-28 7-17 0-0 3-26 7-20 0-13

at Miami (Fla.) 46,494 W 7-3 at Illinois 45,714 L 0-42 Purdue [2/NR] 17,000 T 14-14 at Rice 30,000 W 17-14 Texas Tech 40,000 L 24-26 Texas [9/NR] 40,000 W 31-14 at Texas A&M 19,000 W 10-0 Arkansas [2/NR] 68,500 L 3-24 at Baylor 20,000 L 10-20 at TCU 19,000 L 7-10 Total Avg: 34,571 - Home Avg: 32,375 Coach: Hayden Fry; Captains: Mac White, Ron Reel

1966 (8-3)

SWC CHAMPIONS 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26

Illinois 28,000 W 26-7 Navy 58,000 W 21-3 at Purdue 46,116 L 23-35 Rice 30,000 W 28-24 at Texas Tech 40,350 W 24-7 at Texas 58,500 W 13-12 Texas A&M 53,000 W 21-14 at Arkansas [6/NR] 42,000 L 0-22 Baylor 30,000 W 24-22 at TCU 30,000 W 21-0 Cotton Bowl 12/31 Georgia [4/10] 75,504 L 9-24 Total Avg: 44,679 - Home Avg: 39,800 Coach: Hayden Fry Captains: M. White, L. Thornhill, J. Griffin, P. Gibson, J. LaGrone

1967 (3-7) 9/16 9/23 10/7 10/13 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/18 11/25 12/2

at Texas A&M 34,000 W 20-17 at Missouri 53,000 L 0-21 at Minnesota 41,840 L 3-23 Army 26,500 L 6-24 at Rice 42,000 L 10-14 Texas Tech 34,000 L 7-21 Texas 43,000 L 28-35 Arkansas 25,000 L 17-35 at Baylor 20,000 W 16-10 TCU 17,000 W 28-14 Total Avg: 33,634 - Home Avg: 29,100 Coach: Hayden Fry Captains: Paul Loyd, John Freeman, Jerry Wilson, Mike Janszen


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

1968 (8-3) at Auburn 40,000 W 37-28 at Ohio St. [11/NR] 73,855 L 14-35 N. Carolina St. 38,000 W 35-14 at TCU 31,542 W 21-14 Rice 25,000 W 32-24 at Texas Tech [19/NR] 50,352 W 39-18 at Texas [11/13] 66,397 L 7-38 Texas A&M 42,000 W 36-23 *Arkansas [10/NR] 45,500 L 29-35 Baylor 22,000 W 33-17 Astro/Bluebonnet Bowl 12/31 Oklahoma [10/20] 55,453 W 28-27 * At Little Rock, Ark. Total Avg: 39,223 - Home Avg: 38,860 Coach: Hayden Fry Captains: M. Richardson, T. May, D.Doggett, B. Portillo, A. Head

1969 (3-7) 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/10 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

Air Force 44,300 L 22-26 at Georgia Tech 42,624 L 21-24 at Michigan St. 72,189 L 15-23 TCU 31,575 W 19-17 at Rice 30,000 W 34-14 Texas Tech 27,465 L 24-27 Texas [2/NR] 55,287 L 14-45 at Texas A&M [4/NR] 33,220 L 10-20 Arkansas 35,673 L 15-28 at Baylor 20,000 W 12-6 Total Avg: 39,223 - Home Avg: 38,860 Coach: Hayden Fry Captains: R. Cormier, D. Doggett, T. Frasier, C.Hixson, B. Portillo, S. Poulos

1970 (5-6) Oklahoma 51,909 L at Tennessee 54,158 L New Mexico St. 30,264 W at Northwestern 30,003 W Rice 24,955 W at Texas Tech 46,258 L at Texas [1/NR] 66,500 L Texas A&M 27,918 W at Arkansas [7/NR] 43,000 L Baylor 22,963 W at TCU 17,118 L Total Avg: 37,731 - Home Avg: 31,602 Coach: Hayden Fry Captains: Chuck Hixson, Joe Stutts

9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27

at Oklahoma [10/NR] 48,500 L at Missouri 49,200 L New Mexico St. 31,120 W at Air Force 45,005 L at Rice 25,000 W Texas Tech 25,681 W Texas [14/NR] 40,551 L at Texas A&M 28,570 L Arkansas [17/NR] 30,773 L at Baylor 25,000 W TCU 18,128 L Total Avg: 33,412 - Home Avg: 29,251 Coach: Hayden Fry Captains: Gary Hammond, Sherwood Blount

REVIEW

1975 (4-7)

9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28

OPPONENTS

11-28 3-28 34-21 21-20 10-0 10-14 15-42 6-3 3-36 23-10 17-26

1971 (4-7) 0-30 12-24 28-25 0-30 16-10 18-17 18-22 10-27 13-18 20-6 16-18

1972 (7-4) 9/16 ^Wake Forest 20,175 W 56-10 9/23 at Florida 42,849 W 21-14 9/30 at Virginia Tech 26,000 L 10-13 10/7 ^New Mexico St. 27,221 W 55-6 10/21 Rice 20,398 W 29-14 10/28 Texas Tech [NR/18] 35,953 L 3-17 11/4 at Texas [9/NR] 72,500 L 9-17 11/11 Texas A&M 32,109 L 17-27 11/18 at Arkansas 38,342 W 22-7 11/25 Baylor 18,035 W 12-7 12/2 at TCU 18,152 W 35-22 ^ At Texas Stadium Total Avg: 31,976 - Home Avg: 25,648 Coach: Hayden Fry Captains: B. Popelka, L. Carey, T. Black, A. Maxson

1973 (6-4-1) 9/15 ^Santa Clara 13,997 W 49-7 9/22 at Oregon St. 26,189 W 35-16 9/29 ^Virginia Tech 13,683 W 37-6 10/6 ^Missouri [15/19] 19,675 L 7-17 10/20 at Rice 25,000 W 27-16 10/27 at Texas Tech [18/NR] 45,098 L 14-31 11/3 Texas [20/NR] 35,096 L 14-42 11/10 at Texas A&M 37,180 L 10-45 11/17 Arkansas 18,712 T 7-7 11/24 at Baylor 23,000 W 38-22 12/1 TCU 18,572 W 21-19 ^ At Texas Stadium Total Avg: 25,109 - Home Avg: 19,956 Coach: Dave Smith; Captains: Keith Bobo, Andy Duvall

1974 (6-4-1) 9/14 ^North Texas St. 27,183 W 7-6 9/21 Virginia Tech 13,767 W 28-25 9/28 at Ohio St. [1/NR] 87,487 L 9-28 10/5 Oregon St. 16, 958 W 37-30 10/12 at TCU 16,492 W 33-13 10/19 Rice 16,184 W 19-14 10/26 Texas Tech [11/NR] 32,505 L 17-20 11/2 at Texas [12/NR] 58,500 L 15-35 11/9 Texas A&M [5/NR] 44,463 W 18-14 11/16 ^Arkansas 46,300 T 24-24 11/23 Baylor 40,000 L 14-31 ^ At Texas Stadium Total Avg.: 36,349 - Home Avg: 28,312 Coach: Dave Smith Captains: Oscar Roan, Mike Smith, Ted Thompson

at Wake Forest 13,400 W 14-7 at Florida [19/NR] 55,472 L 14-40 at Houston 28,713 W 27-16 West Virginia [11/NR] 27,665 L 22-28 TCU 15,883 W 28-13 at Rice 18,000 L 17-28 at Texas Tech 36,020 L 20-37 Texas [8/NR] 35,010 L 22-30 at Texas A&M [4/NR] 49,809 L 3-36 Arkansas 21,880 L 7-35 at Baylor 27,300 W 34-31 Total Avg: 29,922 - Home Avg: 25,110 Coach: Dave Smith Captains: Wayne Morris, Henry Shepard, Mickey Early

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS | SWC CHAMPIONS 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

1976 (3-8) 34-14 3-56 38-31 13-27 20-27 6-29 12-13 0-36 34-41 7-34 35-31

1977 (4-7) 9/10 at TCU 19,576 W 45-21 9/17 ^North Texas St. 26,097 L 13-24 9/24 Tulane 18,460 W 28-23 10/1 Ohio St. [6/NR] 45,000 L 7-35 10/8 at Baylor 30,300 L 6-9 10/15 at Houston [19/NR] 30,774 W 37-23 10/22 Texas [2/NR] 36,151 L 14-30 10/29 at Texas A&M [11/NR] 53,932 L 21-38 11/5 Rice 6,918 W 41-24 11/12 Texas Tech [18/NR] 21,689 L 7-45 11/19 at Arkansas [8/NR] 43,791 L 7-47 ^ At Texas Stadium Total Avg: 30,244 - Home Avg: 25,644 Coach: Ron Meyer Captains: Putt Choate, Rick Cowart, Arthur Whittington

1978 (4-6-1) 9/9 9/16 9/23 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

TCU 41,112 W 45-14 at Florida 34,101 W 35-25 at Penn St. [3/NR] 77,404 L 21-26 at Ohio St. [14/NR] 87,712 T 35-35 at Baylor 36,500 W 28-21 Houston [11/NR] 64,871 L 28-42 at Texas [7/NR] 65,000 L 3-22 Texas A&M 57,208 L 17-20 at Rice 14,000 W 58-0 at Texas Tech 45,101 L 16-19 Arkansas [11/NR] 44,647 L 14-27 Total Avg: 51,605 - Home Avg: 51,960 Coach: Ron Meyer Captains:Putt Choate, D.K. Perry, Joe Bays, Elton Garrett

1979 (5-6) 9/8 Rice 60,217 W 9/15 at TCU [NR/20] 18,732 W 9/22 North Texas St. [NR/18] 57,923 W 9/29 at Tulane [NR/19] 42,563 L 10/13 Baylor 65,101 L 10/20 at Houston [5/NR] 43,409 L 10/27 Texas [9/NR] 53,327 L 11/3 at Texas A&M 58,690 L 11/10 at Wichita St. 6,110 W 11/17 Texas Tech 42,226 W 11/24 *Arkansas [7/NR] 54,718 L * At Little Rock, Ark. # First full season at Texas Stadium Total Avg: 46,638 - Home Avg: 55,758 Coach: Ron Meyer; Game Captains

HISTORY

1981 (10-1)

9/6 9/13 9/27 10/4 10/10 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

9/11 TCU 24,328 W 9/18 at Alabama [14/NR] 63,203 L 9/25 ^North Texas St. 25,539 W 10/2 at Memphis St. 31,424 L 10/9 at Baylor 25,000 L 10/16 Houston [19/NR] 28,204 L 10/23 at Texas [13/NR] 50,000 L 10/30 Texas A&M 35,213 L 11/6 at Rice 18,000 L 11/13 at Texas Tech [5/NR] 34,780 L 11/20 *Arkansas 32,000 W ^ At Texas Stadium * At Shreveport, La. Total Avg: 32,245 - Home Avg: 29,936 Coach: Ron Meyer Captains: Jim Duggan, Ricky Wesson, Mark Cones, David Bostick

RECORDS

35-17 27-7 20-9 17-24 21-24 10-37 6-30 14-47 34-0 35-10 7-31

Texas-Arlington 20,130 W North Texas St. 20,400 W Grambling 45,700 W at TCU [NR/20] 25,862 W Baylor [NR/14] 33,110 W at Houston [NR/10] 36,892 W Texas [10/8] 60,777 L at Texas A&M [NR/13] 62,646 W Rice [NR/10] 28,750 W Texas Tech [NR/8] 24,410 W at Arkansas [16/6] 43,842 W Total Avg: 36,593 - Home Avg: 33,325 Coach: Ron Meyer Captains: Harvey Armstrong, Perry Hartnett NCAA-Recognized National Championship by the National Championship Foundation

48-0 34-7 59-27 20-9 37-20 38-22 7-9 27-7 33-12 30-6 32-18

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS | SWC CHAMPIONS 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Tulane [NR/8] 33,814 W 51-7 at UTEP [NR/6] 33,509 W 31-10 TCU [NR/6] 43,321 W 16-13 North Texas St. [NR/7] 30,118 W 38-10 at Baylor [NR/6] 30,000 W 22-19 Houston [NR/5] 31,817 W 20-14 at Texas [19/4] 80,157 W 30-17 Texas A&M [NR/4] 50,008 W 47-9 at Rice [NR/2] 25,000 W 41-14 at Texas Tech [NR/2] 45,954 W 34-27 Arkansas [9/2] 65,101 T 17-17 Cotton Bowl 1/1 Pittsburgh [6/4] 65,101 W 7-3 Total Avg: 44,273 - Home Avg: 40,863 Coach: Bobby Collins; Captains: Craig James, Gary Moten NCAA-Recognized National Championship by the Helms Athletic Foundation

1983 (10-2) Louisville [NR/19] 23,750 W #Grambling [NR/15] 21,224 W at TCU [NR/18] 34,405 W Texas-Arlington [NR/13] 23,578 W Baylor [NR/13] 45,025 W Texas [2/9] 63,805 L at Texas A&M [NR/10] 60,219 W Rice [NR/8] 28,750 W Texas Tech [NR/7] 30,000 W *Arkansas [NR/6] 31,080 W +Houston [NR/6] 70,000 W Sun Bowl 12/24 Alabama [NR/6] 41,412 L # At Shreveport, La. * At Little Rock, Ark. + At Toyko, Japan Total Avg: 39,258 - Home Avg: 39,499 Coach: Bobby Collins Captains: Lance McIlhenny, Russell Carter

24-6 20-13 21-17 34-0 42-26 12-15 10-7 20-6 33-7 17-0 34-12 7-28

1984 (10-2)

SWC CO-CHAMPIONS 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1

1985 (6-5) 9/7 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 12/7

UTEP [NR/3] 24,611 W at TCU [NR/6] 42,414 W at Arizona [NR/3] 52,114 L Baylor [19/16] 42,112 L at Houston 21,761 W Texas [19/NR] 56,874 W at Texas A&M [NR/20] 54,597 L Rice 20,014 W Texas Tech 29,447 W at Arkansas [18/NR] 51,644 L at Oklahoma [4/NR] 73,284 L Total Avg: 42,627 - Home Avg: 34,617 Coach: Bobby Collins Captains: Reggie Dupard, T.D. Briggs

35-23 56-21 6-28 14-21 37-13 44-14 17-19 40-15 9-7 9-15 13-35

1986 (6-5)

1982 (11-0-1)

9/3 9/10 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/27

MEDIA

at Louisville [NR/14] 26,589 W 41-7 North Texas St. [NR/13] 27,124 W 24-6 TCU [NR/11] 58,206 W 26-17 at Baylor [NR/7] 26,400 W 24-20 Houston [NR/6] 28,361 L 20-29 at Texas [2/14] 80,759 L 7-13 Texas A&M [NR/19] 47,113 W 28-20 at Rice [NR/17] 15,692 W 31-17 at Texas Tech [NR/16] 31,864 W 31-0 Arkansas [NR/11] 28,712 W 31-28 at UNLV [NR/10] 22,639 W 38-21 Aloha Bowl 12/28 Notre Dame [17/10] 41,777 W 27-20 Total Avg: 37,126 - Home Avg: 39,903 Coach: Bobby Collins; Captains: Ron Anderson, Chris Jackson

9/13 at Rice 14,045 W 9/20 at Arizona St. [18/NR] 70,511 L 9/27 ^TCU 35,481 W 10/4 Boston College 26,432 W 10/11 at Baylor [13/NR] 36,927 W 10/18 Houston [NR/20] 25,967 W 10/25 at Texas [NR/18] 65,481 L 11/1 Texas A&M [10/NR] 58,125 L 11/8 at Notre Dame 59,075 L 11/15 at Texas Tech 35,887 W 11/22 Arkansas [11/NR] 32,382 L ^ At Cotton Bowl Total Avg: 41,847 - Home Avg: 35,677 Coach: Bobby Collins Captains: Jerry Ball, Ron Morris, Brad Peveto

1989 (2-9)# 9/2 Rice 23,227 L 9/16 Connecticut 20,548 W 9/23 Texas 23,733 L 9/30 at TCU 26,023 L 10/4 Baylor 21,434 L 10/21 at Houston [16/NR] 20,009 L 10/28 North Texas 21,186 W 11/4 at Texas A&M [20/NR] 48,948 L 11/11 at Notre Dame [1/NR] 59,075 L 11/18 Texas Tech [20/NR] 21,885 L 12/2 *Arkansas [9/NR] 47,112 L # Home games at Ownby Stadium * At Little Rock, Ark. Total Avg: 30,827 - Home Avg: 21,999 Coach: Forrest Gregg Captains: Mitchell Gleiber, Norbert Osborn

45-3 0-30 31-21 31-29 27-21 10-3 24-27 35-39 29-61 13-7 0-41

6-35 31-30 13-45 10-28 3-49 21-95 35-9 14-63 6-59 24-48 24-38

1990 (1-10) 9/8 9/15 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

Vanderbilt 18,700 W 44-7 at Tulane 20,434 L 7-43 TCU 20,100 L 21-42 at North Texas 22,750 L 7-14 at Baylor 30,134 L 17-52 Houston [9/NR] 23,250 L 17-44 at Texas [13/NR] 65,128 L 3-52 Texas A&M 23,783 L 17-38 at Rice 17,900 L 28-30 at Texas Tech 31,355 L 7-62 Arkansas 17,100 L 29-42 Total Avg: 31,284 - Home Avg: 20,587 Coach: Forrest Gregg; Captains: Michael Bowen, Bill Kiely

1980 (8-4) 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/23

North Texas St. 52,781 W TCU 39,622 W Texas-Arlington 26,611 W at Tulane 42,563 W at Baylor [18/20] 35,000 L Houston 32,109 L at Texas [2/NR] 73,535 W Texas A&M [NR/19] 41,289 W at Rice [NR/18] 23,000 W at Texas Tech [NR/18] 42,197 L Arkansas 28,225 W Holiday Bowl 12/19 Brigham Young [13/20] 52,000 L Total Avg: 39,721 - Home Avg: 36,773 Coach: Ron Meyer Captains: John Simmons, Lance Pederson

28-9 17-14 52-16 31-21 28-32 11-13 20-6 27-0 34-14 0-14 31-7 45-46

Lance McIlhenny scored the lone TD as SMU topped Pitt, 7-3, in the Cotton Bowl to claim the 1982 National Championship

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OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

1991 (1-10)

1992 (5-6) 12-13 28-14 20-13 21-9 7-49 13-28 25-39 7-41 41-16 14-35 24-19

1993 (2-7-2) 9/4 ^Arkansas 26,163 L 9/11 Wisconsin 19,013 L 9/25 at TCU 26,799 W 10/2 at Missouri 39,795 T 10/9 Baylor 20,216 L 10/16 at Houston 15,973 T 10/23 #vs. Texas 42,787 L 10/30 at Texas A&M [11/NR] 53,076 L 11/6 Rice 14,117 L 11/13 Texas Tech 15,714 L 11/20 at Navy 24,639 W ^ At Cotton Bowl # At Alamodome (San Antonio, Texas) Total Avg: 27,117 - Home Avg: 23,002 Coach: Tom Rossley Captains: Richie Butler, Marcus Malonson, Chad Patton, Jeremy Stout

6-10 16-24 21-15 10-10 12-31 28-28 10-37 13-37 24-31 24-41 42-13

1994 (1-9-1) 9/3 #Arkansas 51,180 L 9/10 at UCLA [13/NR] 40,638 L 9/17 New Mexico 11,100 W 9/24 at Texas Tech 29,521 L 10/1 N.Carolina [18/NR] 18,200 L 10/8 at Baylor [23/NR] 34,869 L 10/15 ^Houston 11,400 L 10/22 at Texas [13/NR] 61,307 L 10/29 *vs. Texas A&M [7/NR] 51,056 T 11/5 at Rice 17,800 L 11/12 TCU 20,463 L # At Little Rock, Ark. ^ At Cotton Bowl * At Alamodome (San Antonio, Texas) Total Avg: 31,651 - Home Avg: 22,443 Coach: Tom Rossley Captains: Vernon Edwards, Brannon Kidd, Ramon Flanigan, Rodney Watkins

9/6 at Mississippi 36,521 L 9/13 ^vs. Arkansas 23,500 W 9/20 Navy 20,011 L 9/27 BYU [23/NR] 23,701 L(OT) 10/4 at New Mexico 33,128 L 10/11 at Utah 26,611 W 10/25 Wyoming 22,403 W 11/1 Rice 20,024 W 11/8 UTEP 21,280 W 11/15 at Tulsa 15,234 W 11/20 at TCU 19,094 L ^ At Independence Stadium (Shreveport, La.) * Home games played at Cotton Bowl Total Avg: 23,773 - Home Avg: 21,484 Coach: Mike Cavan Captains: Chris Bordano, Jason Evans, Glenn Ivey, Donte Womack

1998 (1-1)# 9/5 at Rice 42,674 #L(OT) 9/12 Tulane 12,316 #L 9/19 at Arkansas 55,544 #L 9/26 Mississippi 22,281 #L(OT) 10/3 at Hawaii 25,912 #W 10/10 at Wyoming 15,504 #L 10/17 TCU 26,360 #W 10/24 UNLV 16,073 #W 10/31 at Air Force 30,053 #L 11/7 Tulsa 11,143 #W 11/14 Colorado St. 21,133 L 11/21 at Navy 27.487 W # 10 games vacated due to use of ineligible player * Home games played at Cotton Bowl Total Avg: 25,540 - Home Avg: 18,218 Coach: Mike Cavan Game Captains

17-23 21-31 17-44 41-48 28-0 7-12 10-6 10-7 7-31 33-3 10-32 24-11

17-14 2-33 10-24 0-42 10-35 17-20 15-38 24-34 16-19 7-48 14-45

31-17 20-37 0-41 17-29 15-17 10-35 15-30 21-7 14-43 24-20 7-14 7-62

17-10 23-10 17-21 17-19 3-31 26-27 17-35 52-31 17-59 30-0 27-24

13-27 0-44 7-59 36-13 20-38 10-44 10-41 0-42 41-35 38-20 27-57

9/3 Baylor 29,538 L 9/10 TCU [22/NR] 22,416 W 9/17 at Texas A&M 75,128 L 9/24 Tulane 15,681 L 10/1 at Marshall 25,218 L (OT) 10/8 at UAB 23,255 W 10/15 East Carolina 11,715 L 10/22 at Tulsa 22,502 L 11/5 Rice 15,236 W 11/19 at Houston 14,650 W 11/26 UTEP 17,194 W * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 24,776 - Home Avg: 18,630 Coach: Phil Bennett Captains: Tony Eckert, Rolando Humphrey, Brad Kieschnick, D.D. Lee, Ryan Mentzel, Jerad Romo & Don Stansbury

23-28 21-10 8-66 10-31 13-16 28-27 17-24 13-20 27-7 29-24 40-27

2006 (6-6) 9/2 at Texas Tech [25/NR] 50,362 L 3-35 9/9 at North Texas 25,231 L 6-24 9/16 Sam Houston St. 17,421 W 45-14 9/23 Arkansas St. 12,979 W 55-9 9/30 at Tulane 21,565 W 33-28 10/7 at UTEP 41,258 L 21-24 10/14 Marshall 14,032 W 31-21 10/21 at East Carolina 34,141 L 21-38 10/31 UAB 13,125 W 22-9 11/11 Houston 20,350 L 27-37 11/18 Tulsa 14,658 W 34-24 11/25 at Rice 12,867 L 27-31 * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 30,094 - Home Avg: 15,428 Coach: Phil Bennett Captains: Brandon Bonds, Bobby Chase, Johnnie Fitzgerald, Ryan Kennedy, Reynaldo Pellerin, Justin Rogers, Joe Sturdivant & Blake Warren

2007 (1-11) 6-36 10-38 17-26 31-38 24-17 40-14 14-35 13-38 24-14 37-20 10-19

2002 (3-9) 8/31 Navy 25,744 L 9/7 Texas Tech 32,000 L 9/14 at TCU 30,621 L 9/21 at Oklahoma St. 41,190 L 9/28 at Hawaii 36,096 L 10/5 San Jose St. 13,016 L 10/12 at Fresno St. 41,031 L 10/19 La. Tech 14,836 W 10/26 at Rice 10,845 L 11/2 Nevada 11,832 L 11/16 at UTEP 21,765 W 11/23 Tulsa 12,324 W * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 24,275 - Home Avg: 18,292 Coach: Phil Bennett

9/4 Texas Tech 34,689 L 9/11 at TCU 33,458 L 9/18 at Oklahoma St. 46,073 L 9/25 San Jose St. 17,841 W 10/2 at Boise St. [23/NR] 30,322 L 10/9 at Rice 15,367 L 10/16 La. Tech 13,117 L 10/30 at Fresno St. 37,604 L 11/6 Tulsa 12,677 W(OT) 11/13 Nevada 10,206 W 11/20 at UTEP [24/NR] 45,095 L * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 34,653 - Home Avg: 17,706 Coach: Phil Bennett

9/3 Texas Tech 26,969 L 9-49 9/8 North Texas 20,517 W 45-31 9/22 at TCU 31,511 L 7-21 9/15 at Arkansas St. 17,465 L 28-45 9/29 UTEP 16,464 L (OT) 45-48 10/13 at Southern Miss 31,253 L 7-28 10/20 Tulane 14,901 L (OT) 34-41 10/27 at Tulsa 18,853 L 23-29 11/4 at Houston 22,774 L 28-38 11/10 Rice 13,902 L 42-43 11/17 UCF 10,271 L 20-49 11/24 at Memphis 20,184 L (3OT) 52-55 * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 20,422 - Home Avg: 17,171 Coach: Phil Bennett Captains: Thomas Morstead, Cory Muse, Ben Poynter & Justin Willis

2008 (1-11) 7-38 14-24 6-17 16-52 10-42 23-34 7-30 37-34 15-27 6-24 42-35 24-21

8/29 at Rice 23,164 L 27-56 9/6 Texas State 22,218 W 47-36 9/13 at Texas Tech [12/NR] 53,383 L 7-43 9/20 TCU 30,923 L 7-48 9/25 at Tulane 25,643 L 27-34 10/4 at UCF 43,147 L 17-31 10/11 Tulsa 15,324 L 31-37 10/18 Houston 18,972 L 38-44 10/24 at Navy 31,698 L 7-34 11/8 Memphis 18,224 L 26-31 11/15 at UTEP 30,271 L 10-36 11/29 Southern Miss 13,020 L 12-28 * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 27,165 - Home Avg: 19,780 Coach: June Jones Captains: Bryan McCann, Thomas Morstead & Emmanuel Sanders

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HISTORY

MEDIA

2009 (8-5)

10-58 7-10 6-52 9-12 19-21 14-31 3-45 16-35 11-20 6-41 20-41 13-20

2005 (5-6)

1999 (4-6)

9/1 ^vs. La. Tech 22,505 L 9/8 TCU 24,122 L 9/22 NC St. 19,522 L 10/6 Hawaii 12,082 L(OT) 10/13 at San Jose St. 8,329 W 10/27 UTEP 17,037 W 11/3 at Nevada 13,858 L 11/10 Fresno St. 16,731 L 11/17 at Tulsa 18,112 W 11/24 Rice 14,820 W 12/1 at North Carolina 45,500 L ^ At Independence Stadium (Shreveport, La.) * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 19,329 - Home Avg: 17,386 Coach: Mike Cavan Game Captains

8/30 at Texas Tech 44,364 L 9/13 at Baylor 30,256 L 9/20 Oklahoma St. 27,106 L 9/27 at Nevada 21,128 L 10/4 UTEP 21,412 L 10/11 at San Jose St. 12,403 L 10/18 Boise St. 10,109 L 10/25 at Tulsa 16,733 L 11/1 Fresno St. 14,014 L 11/8 at La. Tech 14,872 L 11/15 Rice 11,856 L 11/29 TCU [19/NR] 20,112 L * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 20,364 - Home Avg: 17,435 Coach: Phil Bennett

2004 (3-8)

9/4 Arkansas 51,019 L 0-26 9/11 at Tulane 20,097 L 19-53 9/25 Hawaii 15,131 L 0-20 10/2 at Kansas 24,700 L 9-27 10/9 at UTEP 38,257 L 28-42 10/14 Fresno St. 8,211 W 24-14 10/23 at San Jose St. Cancelled 10/30 Rice 16,272 W 27-2 11/13 Cal St. Northridge 7,494 W 58-16 11/20 at Tulsa 14,199 W 28-14 11/26 at TCU 25,725 L 0-21 * Last season at the Cotton Bowl Total Avg: 22,111 - Home Avg: 19,625 Coach: Mike Cavan Game Captains 9/2 Kansas 32,267 W 9/9 at UTEP 31,483 L 9/16 at NC St. 50,034 L 9/23 Tulane 26,375 L 9/30 at Houston 17,496 L 10/7 San Jose St. 16,821 L 10/14 at Hawaii 36,635 L 10/28 Nevada 14,747 W 11/4 at Rice 11,418 L 11/11 Tulsa 14,127 W 11/18 at Fresno St. 40,184 L 11/24 TCU [13/NR] 26,551 L * Inaugural season at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 26,512 - Home Avg: 21,815 Coach: Mike Cavan Captain: Vic Viloria

RECORDS

2003 (0-12) 15-23 31-9 16-46 16-19 15-22 20-19 22-17 24-6 28-14 42-41 18-21

2001 (4-7)

1996 (5-6) 8/31 Tulsa 12,177 W 9/7 at Arkansas 44,695 W 9/14 Utah 22,614 L 9/21 at Navy 26,798 L 9/28 at BYU [24/NR] 62,537 L 10/5 Missouri 23,132 L 10/19 at Rice 20,100 L 10/26 New Mexico 24,024 W 11/2 at Wyoming [17/NR] 17,268 L 11/9 at UTEP 14,590 W 11/21 TCU 21,141 W * Home games played at Cotton Bowl Total Avg: 26,280 - Home Avg: 20,618 Coach: Tom Rossley Game Captains

REVIEW

2000 (3-9) 14-34 10-17 34-31 7-35 24-28 10-44 33-39 20-42 21-21 10-17 14-35

1995 (1-10) 9/2 Arkansas 29,107 W 9/9 Navy 20,302 L 9/16 at Oklahoma [14/NR] 64,217 L 9/23 at Wisconsin 77,108 L 9/30 Texas [21/NR] 26,921 L 10/14 at Texas A&M [22/NR] 59,573 L 10/21 at Houston 13,850 L 10/28 Rice 11,524 L 11/4 at TCU 28,312 L 11/11 Baylor 15,941 L 11/18 Texas Tech 11,738 L * Home games played at Cotton Bowl Total Avg: 32,599 - Home Avg: 19,256 Coach: Tom Rossley Captains: Ramon Flanigan, Brannon Kidd, Cornell Parker, Craig Swann

OPPONENTS 1997 (6-5)

9/7 *Arkansas 49,216 L 6-17 9/14 at Vanderbilt 31,104 L 11-14 9/28 Baylor [12/NR] 22,239 L 7-45 10/5 at Tulane 19,708 W 31-17 10/12 Texas Tech 22,412 L 14-38 10/19 at Houston 17,339 L 20-49 10/26 ^Texas 26,000 L 0-34 11/2 at TCU 24,021 L 10-18 11/9 Rice 13,100 L 10-31 11/23 at Texas A&M [12/NR] 52,523 L 6-65 11/30 Tulsa 7,900 L 26-31 * At Little Rock, Ark. ^ At Cotton Bowl Total Avg: 32,319 - Home Avg: 18,330 Coach: Tom Rossley; Captains: Bill Kiely, Mike Romo 9/5 Tulane 15,100 L 9/12 North Texas 10,200 W 9/19 at New Mexico 21,660 W 9/26 TCU 18,100 W 10/3 at Baylor 24,926 L 10/10 at Rice 15,100 L 10/24 at Texas Tech 34,056 L 10/31 ^Texas A&M [5/NR] 41,417 L 11/7 Houston 14,273 W 11/14 at Texas 61,248 L 11/21 *Arkansas 41,080 W ^ At Cotton Bowl * At Little Rock, Ark. Total Avg: 27,015 - Home Avg: 19,818 Coach: Tom Rossley Captains: Cary Brabham, Rongea Hill, Bill Kiely, Matt Wisenbaker

COACHES

C-USA WESTERN DIVISION CO-CHAMPIONS 9/5 9/12 9/19 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28

Stephen F. Austin 34,749 W at UAB 18,082 W at Washington State 22,319 L (OT) at TCU [11/NR] 37,130 L East Carolina 13,626 W Navy 22,203 L (OT) at Houston [17/NR] 26,889 L at Tulsa 21,714 W Rice 18,277 W UTEP 21,697 W at Marshall 19,646 L Tulane 20,35 W Sheraton Hawaii Bowl 12/24 Nevada 32,650 W * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 23,794 - Home Avg: 21,814 Coach: June Jones Captains: Kelvin Beachum, Chase Kennemer & Emmanuel Sanders

31-23 35-33 27-30 14-39 28-21 35-38 15-38 27-13 31-28 35-31 31-34 26-21 45-10

2010 (7-7)

C-USA WESTERN DIVISION CO-CHAMPIONS 9/5 9/11 9/18 9/24 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/20 11/26

at Texas Tech 57,528 L 27-35 UAB 16,612 W 28-7 Washington State 18,184 W 35-21 TCU [4/NR] 35,481 L 24-41 at Rice 14,981 W 42-31 Tulsa 19,329 W 21-18 at Navy 33,924 L 21-28 Houston 20,741 L 20-45 at Tulane 18,636 W 31-17 at UTEP 23,127 L 14-28 Marshall 17,513 W 31-17 at East Carolina 49,108 W (OT) 45-38 Conference USA Championship 12/4 at UCF [25/NR] 41,045 L 7-17 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl 12/30 Army 36,742 L 14-16 * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 28,782 - Home Avg: 23,515 Coach: June Jones Captains: Kelvin Beachum, Pete Fleps & Game Captains

2011 (8-5) 9/4 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26

at Texas A&M [8/NR] 86,951 L 14-46 UTEP 26,691 W 28-17 Northwestern State 20,083 W 40-7 at Memphis 16,748 W 42-0 at TCU [20/NR] 35,362 W (OT) 40-33 UCF 22,932 W 38-17 at Southern Miss 32,685 L 3-27 at Tulsa 21,261 L 7-38 Tulane 20,106 W 45-24 Navy 21,080 L 17-24 at Houston [10/NR] 32,207 L 7-37 Rice 14,472 W 27-24 BBVA Compass Bowl 1/7 Pittsburgh 29,726 W 28-6 * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 29,275 - Home Avg: 20,894 Coach: June Jones Captains: Kelvin Beachum, Chris Banjo & Game Captains

2012 (7-6) 9/2 9/8 9/15 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/18 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

at Baylor 86,951 L 24-59 Stephen F. Austin 20,122 W 52-0 Texas A&M 31,016 L 3-48 TCU [15/NR] 28,436 L 16-24 at UTEP 34,073 W 17-0 at Tulane 11,519 L 26-27 Houston 16,459 W 72-42 Memphis 20,330 W 44-13 at UCF 36,036 L 17-42 Southern Miss 16,343 W 34-6 at Rice 20,710 L 14-36 Tulsa 15,336 W 35-27 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl 12/24 Fresno State 30,024 W 43-10 * Home games at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Total Avg: 26,632 - Home Avg: 21,292 Coach: June Jones Captains: Kelvin Beachum, Chris Banjo & Game Captains


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

SERIES HISTORIES Abilene Christian (1-0) 1925

W

52-7

Air Force (2-4) 1961^ 1962^ 1963^ 1969^ 1971 1998

W L W L L L

9-7 20-25 10-0 22-26 0-30 7-31

Alabama (0-2) 1976 1983 Arizona (1-1) 1938^ 1985 Arizona State (0-1) 1986 Arkansas (31-37-5) 1920^ 1921 * 1922 1923^ 1924 1925^ 1931 1932^ 1933 1934^ 1935 1936^ 1937 * 1938^ 1939 # 1940^ 1941 1942^ 1943 % 1944^ 1945^ 1946 1947^ 1948 1949^ 1950 # 1951^ 1952 1953^ 1954 1955^ 1956 # 1957^ 1958 1959^ 1960 1961^ 1962 # 1963^ 1964 1965^ 1966 1967^ 1968 # 1969^ 1970 1971^ 1972 1973^ 1974 # 1975^ 1976 + 1977 1978^ 1979 # 1980^ 1981 1982^ 1983 # 1984^

L Sun Bowl L

W L

L

L L L W T T W W L W W L L W L W W W L W W L W W W W W W W W L L W L L L L L W L L L L L L L L W T T L W L L L W W T W W

3-56 7-28

29-7 6-28

1985 1986^ 1989 # 1990^ 1991 # 1992 # 1993^ 1994 # 1995^ 1996 1997 + 1998 # 1999^ * at Fort Smith, Ark. # at Little Rock, Ark. % at San Antonio, Texas + at Shreveport, La. Arkansas State (1-1) 2006^ 2007

L L L L L W L L W W W L L

W L

9-15 0-41 24-38 29-42 6-17 24-19 6-10 14-34 17-14 23-10 31-9 17-44 0-26

55-9 28-45

0-30

0-6 0-14 0-9 13-6 14-14 0-0 42-6 13-7 0-3 10-6 17-6 0-17 0-13 19-6 0-14 28-0 14-7 14-6 12-14 20-12 21-0 0-13 14-6 14-12 34-6 14-7 47-7 27-17 13-7 21-14 0-6 13-27 27-22 6-13 14-17 3-26 7-21 7-9 14-7 0-44 3-24 0-22 17-35 29-35 15-28 3-36 13-18 22-7 7-7 24-24 7-35 35-31 7-47 14-27 7-31 31-7 32-18 17-17 17-0 31-28

Army (0-3) 1928 1967^ 2010^

L L Armed Forces Bowl L

13-14 6-24 14-16

Auburn (3-0) 1940^ 1941 1968

W W W

20-13 20-7 37-28

Austin College (9-4-1) 1915^ 1916^ 1917 1918^ 1919^ 1920^ 1921^ 1922^ 1923^ 1924^ 1929^ 1930^ 1934^ 1935^

L T W W W L L L W W W W W W

0-21 0-0 20-0 19-0 41-0 0-43 6-17 7-10 10-3 7-0 16-0 34-0 33-0 60-0

Baylor (36-36-7) 1916^ 1917^ 1918^ 1919 1920^ 1921 1922^ 1923^ 1924^ 1925^ 1926^ 1927^ 1928 1929^ 1930 1931^ 1932 1933^ 1934 1935^ 1936 1937^ 1938 1939^ 1940 1941^ 1942 1945 1946^ 1947 1948^ 1949^ 1950^ 1951

L T W T T L L W T W W W L W T W L L L W L W W W W W T W W W W L L L

0-61 0-0 14-0 7-7 0-0 0-28 0-24 16-0 7-7 7-6 31-3 34-0 0-2 25-6 14-14 6-0 0-19 7-13 6-13 10-0 7-13 13-7 21-6 21-0 7-4 14-0 6-6 34-0 35-0 10-0 13-6 26-35 0-3 13-14

1952^ 1953 1954^ 1955 1956^ 1957 1958^ 1959 1960^ 1961 1962^ 1963 1964^ 1965 1966^ 1967 1968^ 1969 1970^ 1971 1972^ 1973 1974^ 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979^ 1980 1981^ 1982 1983^ 1984 1985^ 1986 1989^ 1990 1991^ 1992 1993^ 1994 1995^ 2003 2005^ 2012

T L L W L W W W L L L L L L W W W W W W W W L W L L W L L W W W W L W L L L L L L L L L L

7-7 21-27 21-33 12-0 0-26 14-7 33-29 30-14 7-20 6-31 13-17 6-20 13-16 10-20 24-22 16-10 33-17 12-6 23-10 20-6 12-7 38-22 14-31 34-31 20-27 6-9 28-21 21-24 28-32 37-20 22-19 42-26 24-20 14-21 27-21 3-49 17-52 7-45 7-49 12-31 10-44 7-48 7-10 23-28 24-59

Boise State (0-2) 2003^ 2004

L L

3-45 20-38

Corpus Christi Navy (1-1) 1942^ W 1945 L

21-6 7-22

Dallas University (1-1-1) 1915^ W 1916^ L 1917^ T

7-0 6-14 7-7

Daniel Baker (2-2) 1915^ 1916^ 1919^ 1920^

L L W W

0-30 0-27 6-0 70-0

Drake (1-0) 1925

W

21-6

Duke (0-2) 1952^ 1956

L L

7-14 6-14

L L W W(OT)

17-24 21-38 28-21 45-38

Florida (2-2) 1964 1972 1975 1978

L W L W

8-24 21-14 14-40 35-25

Fordham (1-2) 1934^ 1936 1941

W L L

26-14 0-7 10-16

East Carolina (2-2) 2005^ 2006 2009^ 2010

Fresno State (1-5) 1999^ W 2000 L 2001^ L 2002 L 2003^ L 2004 L Sheraton Hawaii Bowl 2012 W

24-14 7-14 13-38 7-30 11-20 0-42 43-10

Georgia (0-1) Boston College (1-0) 1986

W

Brigham Young (0-3) Holiday Bowl 1980 L 1996 L 1997^ L (OT)

31-29

45-46 3-31 16-19

Burleson (1-0) 1919^

W

26-6

California (1-0) 1957

W

13-6

Cal State-Northridge (1-0) 1999^ W

58-16

Centenary (2-4) 1926^ 1927 1931^ 1932^ 1933^ 1937^

W L W L L L

37-0 12-21 19-0 7-18 0-7 6-7

Colorado State (0-1) 1998^

L

10-32

Connecticut (1-0) 1989

W

31-30

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Cotton Bowl L

9-24

Georgia Tech (2-8-1) 1950^ 1951 1952^ 1953 1954^ 1955 1956^ 1957 1958^ 1959 1969

W L L L L L L T W L L

33-13 7-21 7-20 4-6 7-10 7-20 7-9 0-0 20-0 12-16 21-24

Grambling (2-0) 1981^ 1983

W W

59-27 20-13

Hardin-Simmons (3-1-1) 1920^ T 1928 * W 1931^ W 1935^ W 1942 % L * at Wichita Falls, Texas % at San Antonio, Texas

0-0 6-0 27-10 18-6 6-7


OUTLOOK Hawaii (1-4) 1998 1999^ 2000 2001^ 2002

PLAYERS W L L L (OT) L

28-0 0-20 15-30 31-38 10-42

Henderson-Brown (1-0) 1923

W

33-0

Hendrix (1-0) 1915

W

13-2

Houston (10-17-1) 1975 1976^ 1977 1978^ 1979 1980^ 1981 1982^ 1983 1984^ 1985 1986^ 1989 1990^ 1991 1992^ 1993 1994^ 1995 2000 2005 2006^ 2007 2008^ 2009 2010^ 2011 2012^ Howard Payne (5-2-1) 1917^ 1919^ 1920^ 1921^ 1927^ 1928^ 1929^ 1930^ Illinois (1-1) 1965 1966^ Indiana (1-0) 1930

W L W L L L W W W L W W L L L W T L L L W L L L L L L W

L L W W W W T W

L W

W

26-16 6-29 37-23 28-42 10-37 11-13 38-22 20-14 34-12 20-29 37-13 10-3 21-95 17-44 20-49 41-16 28-28 33-39 15-38 15-17 29-24 27-37 28-38 38-44 15-38 20-45 7-37 72-42

7-14 9-14 14-0 3-0 32-0 31-0 13-13 26-0

0-42 26-7

27-0

Kansas (4-2) 1952^ 1953 1954^ 1955 1999 2000^

L W W W L W

0-26 14-6 36-18 33-14 9-27 31-17

Kentucky (1-0) 1949

W

20-7

Lackland AFB (1-0) 1945 Louisiana State (1-0-1) 1922^ 1934 Louisiana Tech (1-3) 2001* 2002^ 2003 2004^ * at Shreveport, La. Louisville (2-0) 1983^ 1984

COACHES Love Field (1-0) 1918

W T

51-0

51-0 14-14

L W L L

6-36 37-34 6-41 10-41

W W

24-6 41-7

REVIEW

W

6-0

L W

0-7 16-0

Marshall (2-2) 2005 2006^ 2009 2010^

L (OT) W L W

13-16 31-21 31-34 31-17

Maryland (0-2) 1961^ 1962

L L

6-14 0-7

Memphis (2-3) 1976 2007 2008^ 2011 2012^

L L (3OT) L W W

13-27 52-55 26-31 42-0 44-13

Marquette (1-1) 1938* 1939^ * at Chicago, Ill.

Meridian (1-0) 1917

W

20-7

Miami (Fla.) (1-0) 1965

W

7-3

Michigan (0-1) 1963

L

16-27

Michigan State (0-1) 1969

L

15-23

Minnesota (0-1) 1967

L

3-23

Mississippi (1-2) 1929 1997 1998^ Missouri (13-8-2) 1926 1927^ 1945^ 1946 1947^ 1948 1949^ 1950 1951^ 1952 1953^ 1954 1955 1956^ 1957^ 1958 1959^ 1960 1967 1971 1973^ 1993 1996^ Missouri Mines (1-0) 1923

W

OPPONENTS

W L L (OT)

T W L W W L W W W W W W W W L W W L L L L T L

W

52-0 15-23 41-48

7-7 32-9 7-10 17-0 35-19 14-20 28-27 21-0 34-0 25-7 20-7 25-6 13-6 33-27 6-7 32-19 23-2 0-20 0-21 12-24 7-17 10-10 26-27

35-0

Navy (7-9) 1930 * 1931 1959^ 1960 # 1963^ 1966^ 1993 1995^ 1996 1997^ 1998 2002^ 2008 2009^ 2010 2011 * at Baltimore, Md. # at Norfolk, Va. Nebraska (0-1-1) 1929 1932^

RECORDS

W W W L W W W L L L W L L L (OT) L L

20-7 13-6 20-7 7-26 32-28 21-3 42-13 2-33 17-19 16-46 24-11 7-38 7-34 35-38 21-28 17-24

T L

0-0 14-21

Nevada (3-3) 2000^ 2001 2002^ 2003 2004^

W L L L W Sheraton Hawaii Bowl 2009* W * at Honolulu, Hi.

21-7 14-35 6-24 9-12 38-20 45-10

Nevada-Las Vegas (2-0) 1984 W 1998^ W

38-21 10-7

New Mexico (3-1) 1992 1994^ 1996^ 1997

W W W L

20-13 34-31 52-31 15-22

New Mexico State (3-0) 1970^ 1971^ 1972^

W W W

34-21 28-25 55-6

Northwestern (1-0) 1970

W

21-20

Northwestern State (1-0) 2011 W

40-7

North Carolina (0-2) 1994^ 2001

L L

24-28 10-19

North Carolina State (1-2) 1968^ W 2000 L 2001^ L

35-14 0-41 17-26

North Texas (28-4-1) 1922^ 1923^ 1924^ 1925^ 1926^ 1927^ 1928^ 1929^ 1931^ 1932^ 1933^ 1934^ 1935^ 1936^ 1937^ 1938^ 1939^ 1940^ 1941^ 1942^ 1974^ 1976^ 1977^

66-0 41-0 7-0 48-0 42-0 68-0 60-6 13-3 13-0 0-0 0-7 33-0 39-0 6-0 14-0 34-7 16-0 20-7 54-0 26-7 7-6 38-31 13-24

HISTORY 1979^ 1980^ 1981^ 1982^ 1984^ 1989^ 1990 1992^ 2006 2007^

W W W W W W L W L W

Notre Dame (3-10) 1930 1939 1949^ 1951 1953 1954^ 1955 1956^ 1957^ 1958^ 1984 1986 1989

W L L L L L L L T

20-9 28-9 34-7 38-10 24-6 35-9 7-14 28-14 6-24 45-31

14-20 19-20 20-27 27-20 14-40 14-26 0-17 19-13 21-54 6-14 27-20 29-61 6-59

32-27 0-7 20-23 0-24 8-27 14-35 9-28 7-35 35-35

Oklahoma (1-5-1) 1925^ L 1939 T Astro/Bluebonnet Bowl 1968 W 1970^ L 1971 L 1985 L 1995 L

28-27 11-28 0-30 13-35 10-24

Oklahoma State (6-4-2) 1922^ 1923^ 1924^ 1933^ 1934^ 1945^ 1946 1947 1950^ 2002 2003^ 2004

32-6 9-0 13-13 7-7 41-0 12-26 15-6 21-14 56-0 16-52 6-52 7-59

W W T T W L W W W L L L

0-9 7-7

Oregon (1-1) Cotton Bowl W Sun Bowl L

1963

21-13 14-21

Oregon State (2-0) 1973 1974^

W W

35-16 37-30

Pacific (1-0) 1941

W

34-0

Penn State (0-1-1) Cotton Bowl T L

1947 1978 Pittsburgh (2-2-1) 1938 1940 1942 1948 1982 2011

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L L L W L L L W L L Aloha Bowl W L L

Ohio State (1-7-1) 1950 1951 1958 1960 1964 1968 1974 1977^ 1978

1948 W W W W W W W W W T L W W W W W W W W W W W L

MEDIA

L T L W Cotton Bowl W BBVA Compass Bowl W

13-13 21-26

7-34 7-7 7-20 33-14 7-3 28-6


OUTLOOK Purdue (0-1-1) 1965^ 1966 Randolph Field (0-1) 1944 Rice (48-41-1) 1916 1918 1919 1920^ 1921^ 1926^ 1927 1928^ 1929^ 1930 1931 1932^ 1933 1934 1935^ 1936 1937^ 1938 1939^ 1940 1941^ 1942 1943^ 1944 1945^ 1946 1947^ 1948 1949^ 1950 1951^ 1952 1953^ 1954 1955^ 1956 1957^ 1958^ 1959 1960^ 1961 1962^ 1963 1964^ 1965 1966^ 1967 1968^ 1969 1970^ 1971 1972^ 1973 1974^ 1975 1976 1977^ 1978 1979^ 1980 1981^ 1982 1983^ 1984 1985^ 1986 1989^ 1990 1991^ 1992 1993^ 1994 1995^ 1996 1997^ 1998 1999^ 2000 2001^ 2002

PLAYERS T L

14-14 23-35

L

0-41

L L L L L W W W W W W L W L W W L L W W L L W L W L W W L W L W W W W W L L T L L W L L W W L W W W W W W W L L W W W W W W W W W W L L L L L L L L W L (OT) W L W L

3-146 0-13 14-21 0-10 0-7 20-0 34-6 53-13 34-0 32-0 21-12 0-13 13-7 0-9 10-0 9-0 7-15 14-25 13-6 7-6 0-6 7-13 12-0 10-21 21-18 7-21 14-0 33-7 27-41 42-21 7-28 21-14 12-7 20-6 20-0 14-13 21-27 7-13 13-13 0-47 0-10 15-7 7-13 6-7 17-14 28-24 10-14 32-24 34-14 10-0 16-10 29-14 27-16 19-14 17-28 34-41 41-24 58-0 35-17 34-14 33-12 41-14 20-6 31-17 40-15 45-3 6-35 28-30 10-31 13-28 24-31 10-17 24-34 17-35 24-6 17-23 27-2 14-43 37-20 15-27

COACHES

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2003^ 2004 2005^ 2006 2007^ 2008 2009^ 2010 2011 2012

L L W L L L W W W L

20-41 10-44 27-7 27-31 42-43 27-56 31-28 42-31 27-24 14-36

SMU Freshmen (1-0) 1922

W

16-0

Sam Houston State (1-0) 2006^ W

45-14

San Jose State (2-3) 2000^ 2001 2002^ 2003 2004^

L W L L W

10-35 24-17 23-34 14-31 36-13

Santa Clara (3-0) 1947 1948^ 1973^

W W W

22-6 33-0 49-7

Southern California (0-2) 1961 L 1962^ L

16-21 3-33

Southern Miss (1-3) 2007 2008^ 2011 2012^

L L L W

7-28 12-28 3-27 34-6

Southwestern (2-2-3) 1915^ 1916 1917^ 1919 1921^ 1922^ 1944^

L T T L T W W

0-21 9-9 0-0 6-10 0-0 46-14 16-15

St. Mary’s (0-2) 1931 1933^

L L

2-7 6-18

Stanford (0-1) 1935

Rose Bowl L

0-7

Stephen F. Austin (2-0) 2009^ 2012^

W W

31-23 52-0

Syracuse (1-0) 1932

W

16-6

Temple (0-0-2) 1942^ 1946

T T

6-6 7-7

Tennessee (0-1) 1970

L

3-28

Texas (22-47-4) 1916 1918 1920^ 1924^ 1925^ 1926 1927^ 1928 1929^ 1930 1931^ 1932 1933^ 1934 1935^ 1936 1937^ 1938

L L L W T W W W T L W L L T W W W W

0-74 0-32 3-21 10-6 0-0 21-17 14-0 6-2 0-0 7-25 9-7 6-14 0-10 7-7 20-0 14-7 13-2 7-6

1939^ 1940 1941^ 1942 1943^ 1944 1945^ 1946 1947^ 1948 1949^ 1950 1951^ 1952 1953^ 1954 1955^ 1956 1957^ 1958 1959^ 1960 1961^ 1962 1963^ 1964 1965^ 1966 1967^ 1968 1969^ 1970 1971^ 1972 1973^ 1974 1975^ 1976 1977^ 1978 1979^ 1980 1981^ 1982 1983^ 1984 1985^ 1986 1989^ 1990 1991^ 1992 1993 * 1994 1995^ * at San Antonio, Texas Texas-Arlington (5-1) 1943^ 1944^ 1964^ 1980^ 1981^ 1983^

RECORDS

W W L L L L L L W W W L L L L T L W W W L L L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L W L L W L L L L L L L L

10-0 21-13 0-34 7-21 0-20 7-34 7-12 3-19 14-13 21-6 7-6 20-23 13-20 14-31 7-16 13-13 18-19 20-19 19-12 26-10 0-21 7-17 0-27 0-6 12-17 0-7 31-14 13-12 28-35 7-38 14-45 15-42 18-22 9-17 14-42 15-35 22-30 12-13 14-30 3-22 6-30 20-6 7-9 30-17 12-15 7-13 44-14 24-27 13-45 3-52 0-34 14-35 10-37 20-42 10-35

L W W W W W

6-20 49-0 14-0 52-16 48-0 34-0

Texas-El Paso (UTEP) (12-8) 1932 W 1933^ W 1982 W 1985^ W 1996 W 1997^ W 1999 L 2000 L 2001^ W 2002 W 2003^ L 2004 L 2005^ W 2006 L 2007^ L (OT) 2008 L 2009^ W 2010 L 2011 W 2012 W

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26-0 27-6 31-10 35-23 30-0 28-14 28-42 20-37 40-14 42-35 19-21 27-57 40-27 21-24 45-48 10-36 35-31 14-28 28-17 17-0

HISTORY Texas A&I (1-0) 1936^ Texas A&M (29-43-7) 1916^ 1919 1920^ 1921^ 1922^ 1923 1924^ 1925 1926^ 1927 1928^ 1929 1930^ 1931 1932^ 1933 1934^ 1935 1936^ 1937 1938^ 1939 1940^ 1941 1942^ 1943 1944^ 1945 1946^ 1947 1948^ 1949 1950^ 1951 1952^ 1953 1954^ 1955 1956^ 1957 1958^ 1959 1960^ 1961 1962^ 1963 1964^ 1965 1966^ 1967 1968^ 1969 1970^ 1971 1972^ 1973 1974^ 1975 1976^ 1977 1978^ 1979 1980^ 1981 1982^ 1983 1984^ 1985 1986^ 1989 1990^ 1991 1992^ 1993 1994* 1995 2005 2011 2012^ * at San Antonio, Texas

MEDIA W

61-0

L L L L W W T L W L T W W W T W W W L L W L L L L L L L L W W T L T W W W L L L W W T L L W L W W W W L W L L L W L L L L L W W W W W L L L L L L L T L L L L

0-62 0-16 0-3 0-13 17-6 10-0 7-7 0-7 9-7 13-39 19-19 12-7 13-7 8-0 0-0 19-0 28-0 24-0 6-22 0-14 10-7 2-6 7-19 10-21 20-27 0-22 6-39 0-3 0-14 13-0 20-14 27-27 20-25 14-14 21-13 23-0 6-3 2-13 7-33 6-19 33-0 14-11 0-0 12-25 7-12 9-7 0-23 10-0 21-14 20-17 36-23 10-20 6-3 10-27 17-27 10-45 18-14 3-36 0-36 21-38 17-20 14-47 27-0 27-7 47-9 10-7 28-20 17-19 35-39 14-63 17-38 6-65 7-41 13-37 21-21 17-20 8-66 14-46 3-48


OUTLOOK TCU (40-45-7) 1915 1916^ 1917 1918^ 1921 1922 1923^ 1924 1926^ 1927 1928^ 1929 1930^ 1931 1932^ 1933 1934^ 1935 1936^ 1937 1938^ 1939 1940^ 1941 1942^ 1943 1944^ 1945 1946^ 1947 1948^ 1949 1950^ 1951 1952^ 1953 1954^ 1955 1956^ 1957 1958^ 1959 1960^ 1961 1962^ 1963 1964^ 1965 1966 1967^ 1968 1969^ 1970

PLAYERS L L L W L T W W W W L T L T L L W W T L L W W L L W W W W T T L L L L L W L L L W L L T L L L L W W W W L

0-43 3-48 0-21 forfeit 6-13 0-0 40-0 6-0 14-13 28-6 6-15 7-7 0-13 0-0 0-8 6-26 19-0 20-14 0-0 0-3 7-20 14-7 16-0 13-15 6-14 20-0 9-6 34-0 30-13 19-19 7-7 13-21 13-27 2-13 7-14 0-13 21-6 13-20 6-21 0-21 20-13 0-19 0-13 28-28 9-14 15-22 6-17 7-10 21-0 28-14 21-14 19-17 17-26

THE IRON SKILLET During the post-World War II college football boom, the SMU and TCU student bodies created a traveling trophy called the Iron Skillet that was presented to the winner of the annual football game between the archrivals. The tradition eventually died, and the skillet was lost. In 1993, however, the tradition was revived as the president of the SMU student body painted the face of the TCU student body president red and blue following the Mustangs' 21-15 victory in Fort Worth. The engraved skillet is presented to the winning team after each game.

COACHES 1971^ 1972 1973^ 1974 1975^ 1976^ 1977 1978^ 1979 1980^ 1981 1982^ 1983 1984^ 1985 1986^ 1989 1990^ 1991 1992^ 1993 1994^ 1995 1996^ 1997 1998^ 1999 2000^ 2001^ 2002 2003^ 2004 2005^ 2007 2008^ 2009 2010^ 2011 2012^

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L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L L L W W L L W L W L L L L L L W L L L L W (OT) L

16-18 35-22 21-19 33-13 28-13 34-14 45-21 45-14 27-7 17-14 20-9 16-13 21-17 26-17 56-21 31-21 10-28 21-42 10-18 21-9 21-15 14-35 16-19 27-24 18-21 10-6 0-21 7-62 10-38 6-17 13-20 0-44 21-10 7-21 7-48 14-39 24-41 40-33 16-24

Texas State (1-0) 2008^

W

47-36

Texas Tech (16-32) 1932 1933 1943^ 1944 1946^ 1948^ 1959^ 1960 1961^ 1962 1963^ 1964 1965^ 1966 1967^ 1968 1969^ 1970 1971 1972^ 1973 1974^ 1975 1976 1977^ 1978 1979^ 1980 1981^ 1982 1983^ 1984 1985^ 1986 1989^ 1990 1991^ 1992 1993^ 1994 1995^ 2002^ 2003 2004^ 2006

L W L W L W W L W W L L L W L W L L W L L L L L L L W L W W W W W W L L L L L L L L L L L

0-6 14-0 6-7 7-6 0-7 41-6 21-13 7-28 8-7 14-0 6-13 0-12 24-26 24-7 7-21 39-18 24-27 10-14 18-17 3-17 14-31 17-20 20-37 7-34 7-45 16-19 35-10 0-14 30-6 34-27 33-7 31-0 9-7 13-7 24-48 7-62 14-38 25-39 24-41 7-35 14-45 14-24 10-58 13-27 3-35

RECORDS

2007^ 2008 2010

L L L

9-49 7-43 27-35

Trinity (Texas) (6-2) 1915^ 1916^ 1917^ 1919^ 1920^ 1924^ 1926^ 1928^

L L W W W W W W

0-14 6-14 20-0 46-6 38-7 14-3 48-0 60-7

Tulane (8-13) 1943 1944 1945 1977^ 1979 1980 1982^ 1990 1991 1992^ 1998^ 1999 2000^ 2005^ 2006 2007^ 2008 2009^ 2010 2011 2012

L L L W L W W L W L L L L L W L (OT) L W W W L

6-12 7-27 7-19 28-23 17-24 31-21 51-7 7-43 31-17 12-13 21-31 19-53 17-29 10-31 33-28 34-41 27-34 26-21 31-17 45-24 26-27

Tulsa (13-7) 1935 1943^ 1991^ 1996^ 1997 1998^ 1999 2000^ 2001 2002^ 2003 2004^ 2005 2006^ 2007 2008^ 2009 2010^ 2011 2012^

W L L W W W W W W W L W (OT) L W L L W W L W

14-0 7-20 26-31 17-10 42-41 33-3 28-14 24-20 24-14 24-21 16-35 41-35 13-20 34-24 23-29 31-37 27-13 21-18 7-38 35-27

UAB (4-0) 2005 2006^ 2009 2010^

W W W W

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28-27 22-9 35-33 28-7

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UCF (1-4) 2007^ 2008 2010 2011 2012

L L L W L

20-49 17-31 7-17 38-17 17-42

UCLA (4-1) 1935 1937 1940 1947 1994

W W W W L

21-0 26-13 9-6 7-0 10-17

Utah (1-1) 1996^ 1997

L W

17-21 20-19

Vanderbilt (2-2) 1936^ 1937^ 1990^ 1991

W L W L

16-0 0-6 44-7 11-14

Virginia Tech (2-1) 1972 1973^ 1974^

L W W

10-13 37-6 28-25

Wake Forest (3-0) 1949^ 1972^ 1975

W W W

13-7 56-10 14-7

Washington (Mo.) (4-0) 1925^ 1934 1935 1937

W W W W

20-6 7-0 35-6 14-0

Washington State (1-1) 2009 L (OT) 2010^ W

27-30 35-21

Wesley (1-0) 1919

W

7-6

West Virginia (0-1) 1975^

L

22-28

West Virginia Wesleyan (0-1) Dixie Classic 1924^ L

7-9

Wichita State (1-0) 1979

W

34-0

Wisconsin (0-2) 1993^ 1995

L L

16-24 0-42

Wyoming (1-2) 1996 L 1997^ W 1998 L ^ Indicates SMU home games

17-59 22-17 7-12


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THE HISTORY OF SMU FOOTBALL 1910S On the morning of Sept. 14, 1915, coach Ray Morrison held his first practice, thus marking the birth of the SMU football program. Morrison came to the school in June of 1915 when he became the coach of the University’s football, basketball, baseball and track teams, as well as an instructor of mathematics. A former All-Southern quarterback at Vanderbilt, Morrison immediately installed the passing game at SMU. A local sportswriter nicknamed the team “the Parsons” because the squad was composed primarily of theology students. SMU was a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association, which ruled that neither graduate nor transfer students were eligible to play. Therefore, the first SMU team consisted entirely of freshmen. The Mustangs played their first game Oct. 10, 1915, dropping a 43-0 decision to TCU in Fort Worth. SMU bounced back in its next game, its first at home, to defeat Hendrix College, 13-2. Morrison came to be known as “the father of the forward pass” because of his use of the passing game on first and second downs instead of as a last resort. • During the 1915 season, the Mustangs posted a record of 2-5 and scored just three touchdowns while giving up 131 points. SMU recorded the first shutout in school history with a 7-0 victory over Dallas University that year. • SMU finished the 1916 season 0-8-2 and suffered its worst loss ever, a 146-3 drubbing by Rice. The Mustangs were outscored, 455-27, by their opponents while managing ties against Austin College (0-0) and Southwestern (9-9). Ray Morrison left SMU following the 1916 season to work with the Army YMCA at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., as Director of Sports and Recreation. He returned to SMU in 1920 to organize a Department of Physical Education. • J. Burton Rix became the second head football coach in 1917 and guided SMU to its first winning season (3-2-3). • In 1918, SMU became a member of the Southwest Conference, joining Baylor, Rice, Texas, Texas A&M, Arkansas and Oklahoma A&M (which later became Oklahoma State). Record for the decade: 14-21-6

Ray Morrison was SMU's first football coach and also coached the basketball, baseball & track teams on the Hilltop

Ownby Stadium was built in 1926

1920S The 1920s brought the first two Southwest Conference football championships and a new stadium to the Hilltop. After Rix led the Ponies to a combined 4-11-3 record in the decade’s first two years, Ray Morrison returned as coach in 1922 and guided SMU to the first of 10 consecutive winning seasons. Sportswriters billed the Mustangs the “Aerial Circus,” in reference to Morrison’s passing offense. At a time when most teams threw the ball five or six times per game, SMU passed between 30 and 40 times per contest. The Mustangs recorded a perfect 9-0 mark and won the school’s first conference title one year later in 1923. In 1926, Ownby Stadium was built, named after SMU alumnus and strong supporter of athletics Jordan C. Ownby. SMU defeated North Texas State Teachers College, 42-0, Sept. 24, 1926, in the first game at Ownby. Quarterback Gerald Mann, known as “The Little Red Arrow” because of his strong, accurate passing, was a member of the first Mustang team to play in Ownby Stadium and, as part of his scholarship chores, helped plant the grass on the stadium playing field. SMU steamrolled over its first three opponents that year, shutting out North Texas State, Trinity and Centenary by a combined score of 127-0. Missouri was the only roadblock for the Mustangs in their 8-0-1 season, managing a 7-7 tie. • In 1922, end Gene Bedford and back Logan Stollenwerck were named first-team All-Southwest Conference, becoming the first Mustang players to achieve that honor. Bedford became the first player from SMU to play professionally when he played for the Rochester Jeffersons in 1925. • The Mustangs made their first bowl appearance in 1924, playing against West Virginia Wesleyan in the Dixie Classic on New Year’s Day. The game, played at Fair Park Stadium in Dallas, was the predecessor to the Cotton Bowl. WVW spoiled SMU’s 18-game unbeaten streak with a 9-7 victory. • In the spring of 1926, Morrison decided that it would be important to find a left-handed quarterback for the upcoming Southwest Conference season. Gerald Mann, who was the Mustangs’ right-handed quarterback, told Morrison that he would have his left-handed quarterback before the season began. Not eager to lose his duty as signal-caller, Mann reported to fall practice ready to throw left-handed. • Guard Choc Sanders became SMU’s first All-America player in 1928. Sanders was also the Southwest Conference's first All-America selection. Tackle Marion Hammon became the Mustangs' second AllAmerican one year later. Record for the decade: 56-22-16

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1930S The Mustang football program continued its rapid ascent to national prominence during the 1930s. SMU won its first national championship in 1935 after posting a 12-win season under the guidance of first-year head coach Matty Bell. Known as a player’s coach, Bell brought discipline to his team, and he spent time listening and talking to his players. Fullback Harry Shuford and tackle Truman “Big Dog” Spain were two prominent players on the national championship team. A tri-captain, Shuford was the Mustangs’ best running back during the 1935 season, but injury forced him to miss the season’s most critical contest. The Mustangs, ranked No. 1 in the country, played second-ranked TCU and its star quarterback, Sammy Baugh, for the unofficial national championship and the right to play in the Rose Bowl Jan. 1, 1936, against Stanford. Bobby Wilson scored two touchdowns to give SMU a 14-0 lead before Baugh rallied the Horned Frogs to a 14-14 tie. Early in the fourth quarter, Bob Finley connected on a long pass to Wilson after the Mustangs faced a fourth down at the TCU 39. Wilson caught the ball at the five and rolled into the end zone as the Mustangs held on to win, 20-14, and earned a trip to the Rose Bowl. Despite entering the game as heavy favorites, the Ponies were upset by Stanford, 7-0, with Cardinal quarterback Bill Paulman scoring the game’s only touchdown on a first-quarter run. While the loss constituted the only blemish on a 12-1 season, SMU was able to pay off its 10-year debt on Ownby Stadium with the check the University received from competing in the Rose Bowl. • Prior to becoming the head coach at SMU in 1935, Matty Bell served as the head coach at TCU (1923-1928) and Texas A&M (1929-33). Bell arrived at SMU in 1934 and served one season as the line coach. • Three SMU players earned All-America status in 1935: tackle Truman Spain, guard J.C. Wetsel and back Bobby Wilson. Wilson, who scored all three Mustang touchdowns in the dramatic 20-14 win over TCU, went on to play one year of pro football for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1936. • SMU won its third Southwest Conference championship in 1931 after finishing the season with a 9-1-1 mark. The Mustangs struggled the next two seasons, posting a 3-7-2 record in 1932 and a 4-7-1 record in 1933. • Harry Shuford was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in 1936 and, despite the team’s efforts to sign him to a contract, opted to attend law school at SMU. Shuford overcame the prevailing thought that a football player could not succeed in law school and finished first in his class in 1939. Record for the decade: 64-38-9

SMU & Stanford fans packed the 1936 Rose Bowl

Matty Bell led SMU to the 1935 National Title and later coached Doak Walker to the Heisman Trophy

1940S While the 1930s established SMU’s position on the national football map, the 1940s ensured its permanent inclusion. A conference co-championship in 1940 served as a solid beginning to the new decade, but was followed by six consecutive losing seasons from 1941 through 1946. World War II resulted in the loss of Bell for three years (1942-45) when he left the Hilltop to join the Navy reserves. Bell returned to SMU in 1945 and took on an additional role as the University’s athletic director. The 1947 season brought new hope and the emergence of a legend in Doak Walker. The only three-time All-American in SMU history, Walker led the Mustangs to consecutive Southwest Conference championships in 1947 and 1948. Over the course of his career at SMU, Walker rushed for 1,954 yards, passed for 1,638 yards, scored 288 points, punted for a 39.4 average, and kicked field goals and extra points. He is also the Mustangs’ all-time leader in punt return yards with 750. Walker’s exploits earned him the Heisman Trophy in 1948 and led to his number, 37, being retired at SMU. Led by Walker, Kyle Rote, Dick McKissack and Paul Page, the Mustang backfield combined hard running with tricky reverse and gadget plays to wreak havoc on opposing defenses in the latter part of the decade. • Walker was a high school teammate of Bobby Layne at Highland Park High School in Dallas. The two were matched against each other in Walker’s first collegiate game in 1945 when Layne was the quarterback at Texas. Although UT won the game, 12-7, Walker scored the Mustangs’ only touchdown and kicked the extra point. Walker and Layne were reunited as teammates when both played for the Detroit Lions in the early 1950s. • After playing their home games since 1926 at Ownby Stadium, the Mustangs moved to the Cotton Bowl in 1948 and remained there for 31 years. For almost a half-century, the last game played at Ownby was Oct. 2, 1948, when SMU defeated Texas Tech, 41-6. Because of his immense popularity, the Cotton Bowl became known as “The House That Doak Built.” • Following the 1947 and 1948 seasons, SMU played in back-toback Cotton Bowls. The Mustangs were matched against Penn State in the 1948 game, tying the Nittany Lions, 13-13. Walker threw a 53-yard touchdown pass and scored on a two-yard run, but Penn State’s Elwood Petchel matched Walker by tossing scoring passes of 38 and six yards. The 1949 Cotton Bowl paired SMU with Oregon and its star quarterback, Norm Van Brocklin. The Mustangs won 21-13. Record for the decade: 58-46-10

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Kyle Rote (44) was named an All-American following the 1950 season

1950S After playing alongside Doak Walker the previous two seasons, Kyle Rote was given his chance to be the featured back in 1950. Rote, who led the Southwest Conference with 777 yards rushing in 1949, was named an All-American following the 1950 season. As the Walker-Rote era came to an end, so began a new period of Mustang gridiron greats including Fred Benners, Forrest Gregg, Raymond Berry and Don Meredith. One of the most prolific passers in Mustang history, Benners completed 109 passes in 108 minutes played in 1950. A two-time All-Southwest Conference selection, Forrest Gregg was a two-way player at both offensive and defensive tackle from 1952-55. At first, he was not offered a full scholarship by SMU upon graduation from Sulphur Springs High School, and was leaning toward attending Texas A&M. However, chief recruiter Herman “Sleepy” Morgan, recognizing Gregg’s infinite potential, ultimately lured him to the Hilltop with an offer of a full scholarship. Despite the fact that Berry caught just 11 passes for 144 yards during his junior season and had never started a game in his career, his teammates elected him as a co-captain in 1954. With that vote of confidence, Berry went on to earn All-Southwest Conference and Academic All-America accolades. He was a 20th-round draft choice of the Baltimore Colts in 1955 and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1973. Don Meredith was a two-time All-American in 1958 and 1959, and his 61% career completion percentage is still among the greatest of any passers in Mustang history. One of his best attributes was his running ability, which increased the pressure on opposing defenses. • After Bell decided to relinquish his duties as head football coach to devote himself full-time to his responsibilities as athletic director, three different head coaches guided the Mustangs in the 1950s: H.N. “Rusty” Russell (1950-52), Chalmer Woodard (1953-56) and Bill Meek (1957-61). Bell's 127 career wins and 65.3% winning percentage are among the best in SMU’s coaching records. • While Meek’s teams won just 17 of 50 games during his tenure, he was responsible for installing an early version of the Run-and-Shoot offense during Don Meredith’s sophomore season. Meek employed a spread formation, using a receiver wide to each side and one in the slot on each side.

• In his first varsity season in 1957, Meredith set an SWC singleseason record by connecting on 71 of 102 passes for a .696 completion percentage. During his Mustang career, Meredith also returned kickoffs, punted and kicked. • Quarterback Fred Benners led the Mustangs to perhaps their greatest win of the decade when he completed 22 of 42 passes for 336 yards to beat Notre Dame, 27-20, in South Bend Oct. 13, 1951. Record for the decade: 47-48-5

John Roderick (23) scored twice in SMU's upset of fourth-ranked Navy in 1963

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1960S The first two years of the decade found the Mustangs shackled with mounting losses and sagging attendance. In 1960, SMU finished 0-9-1 and average home attendance fell below 30,000 for the first time since 1946. Following a 2-7-1 season in 1961, SMU introduced Hayden Fry as the Mustangs’ eighth head coach. Fry lifted SMU back to national prominence in 1966, when SMU was ranked ninth in the nation and won its first conference championship in 18 years. Jerry LeVias became the first African-American player in the Southwest Conference to receive an athletic scholarship in 1965 after choosing SMU largely because of its accounting program. As a senior in 1968, LeVias caught 80 passes for a school-record 1,131 yards when he was selected both an All-American and Academic All-American. Combined with quarterback Chuck Hixson, LeVias helped lead the Mustangs to a 28-27 win over Oklahoma in the 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl, giving SMU its first bowl victory since the 1949 Cotton Bowl. Hixson was just a sophomore in 1968, but he finished the season as the nation’s leading passer by completing 265 of 468 attempts for 3,103 yards. October 11, 1963, provided the SMU football program with perhaps its most memorable game when the Mustangs hosted fourth-ranked Navy and its heralded quarterback, Roger Staubach at the Cotton Bowl. On its way to a 4-7 season, SMU was given little chance to beat the Midshipmen. Little-known sophomore John Roderick rushed for 146 yards on 11 carries and scored on touchdown runs of 45 and two yards for the Mustangs. The SMU defense, led by Bob Oyler, Martin Cude, Bill Harlan, Harold Magers and Doug January, sent Staubach to the bench twice with a dislocated left shoulder. Trailing, 28-26, with 2:52 remaining in the game, SMU had one last chance to pull off the upset. Quarterback Danny Thomas threw to Billy Gannon, who ran to the Navy 46. On the next play, Roderick took a pitchout 23 yards to the 23. After a pass interference penalty against Navy put the ball on the one-yard line, Gannon plowed over right tackle for the winning touchdown with 2:05 left. The SMU defense held off Staubach’s valiant effort to rally his team for one last score, as the Mustangs pulled off the 32-28 upset. • Jerry LeVias and John LaGrone were the only three-time All-SWC selections of the decade. LaGrone was also the first Mustang player to be selected as both an All-American and Academic All-American when he was honored following the 1966 season. • Led by LeVias and Chuck Hixson, the 1968 Mustangs eclipsed the 300-point barrier for the first time in school history, scoring 311 points. In addition to his 1,131 receiving yards, LeVias set school records for receptions in a game (15 vs. Ohio State) and receiving yards in a game (213 vs. N.C. State). Record for the decade: 35-65-3

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Defensively, Robert Popelka, Louie Kelcher and Putt Choate starred for the Mustangs in the 1970s. All three were two-time All-Southwest Conference performers during their careers at SMU. Ron Meyer was hired as SMU’s 10th head coach in January of 1976 and was given the responsibility of establishing a championship reign on the Hilltop. His ability to recruit players such as Mike Ford and Emanuel Tolbert helped build the foundation of “Mustang Mania.” A highly-touted quarterback recruit from Mesquite High School, Ford was the nation’s second-ranked passer in 1978, when he threw for 3,007 yards. His main target was Tolbert, an All-American with blazing speed. Home attendance jumped from 26,000 to 52,000 in 1978 and “Mustang Mania” ushered a new era in SMU football the following season, when the Mustangs began playing all of their home games at Texas Stadium. Accompanying the move to a new stadium in 1979 was a freshman class which would lift SMU football to new heights. Freshmen Eric Dickerson and Craig James combined to rush for 1,239 yards in 1979, and the “Pony Express” was born. • Tailback Arthur Whittington finished second in the nation in allpurpose running to Pittsburgh’s Tony Dorsett in 1976 with 167.5 yards a game. Whittington finished his SMU career in 1977 as the Mustangs’ all-time leader in kickoff return yards with 1,649. • A four-year starter from 1973-76, Ricky Wesson became the first Mustang quarterback to accumulate more yards rushing than passing in a single season in 1974. Wesson rushed for 885 yards while passing for 688. He became the fourth player in SMU history to lead the Mustangs in rushing and passing in the same season. • Putt Choate became the first Mustang defender to record more than 200 tackles in a season when he made 253 in 1978. Choate finished his career with 649 stops. • Despite coming from different backgrounds, Eric Dickerson and Craig James shared similar success before arriving at SMU. Both led their high schools to undefeated 15-0 seasons and state championships as seniors. In three years at Sealy High School, Dickerson rushed for 5,875 yards and 84 touchdowns. James collected 2,411 yards and 35 TDs during his senior season at Stratford High School in Houston. Record for the decade: 48-59-3

1970S Over the course of the 1970s, the SMU football program was shaped by outstanding individual performances and the birth of "Mustang Mania" on the Hilltop. Chuck Hixson ended his SMU career in 1970 as the Mustangs’ career leader in total offense with 7,179 yards. Alvin Maxson helped fill the void left by Hixson’s absence by becoming the first Mustang to rush for 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons when he rushed for 1,012 in 1971 and 1,005 in 1972. In the process, he helped the Mustangs to back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 1958-59.

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Under Hayden Fry, Chuck Hixson set numerous records on the Hilltop

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football program. Forrest Gregg returned to accept what he called “the ultimate challenge” when he was named as the Ponies’ head coach Jan. 14, 1988, after having coached the Green Bay Packers since 1984. He was given the responsibility of guiding a team consisting of 74 freshmen, 16 of whom were starters. One of those freshmen was quarterback Mike Romo who, on Feb. 10, 1988, became the Mustangs’ first signee since 1985. Romo engineered one of the most exciting wins in Mustang history when he led SMU from a 17-point deficit in the final five minutes to defeat Connecticut, 31-30, in just the second game of the 1989 season. He completed a four-yard pass to Michael Bowen on the game’s final play to give the Ponies their first win since 1986 in a game that came to be known as the "Miracle on Mockingbird." • One of the most memorable plays in SMU football history took place Nov. 13, 1982, when Bobby Leach took a cross-field lateral on a kickoff with 17 seconds left and raced untouched for a 91-yard touchdown to give the Mustangs a 34-27 win over Texas Tech. The play helped preserve the Ponies’ undefeated season and forever branded Leach with the nickname of “Miracle Man.” • As a freshman in 1989, Mike Romo broke four school passing records which had stood for over 20 years. Romo set SMU records for yards passing in a game (450), passes completed in a game (40), passes completed in a season (282) and passes attempted in a season (503). • Jason Wolf set an NCAA freshman record when he caught 61 passes in 1989. • After playing their home games in Ownby Stadium from 1926-48, the Mustangs returned their home games to the on-campus facility in 1989. SMU hosted Rice in the season opener on Sept. 2, marking the return of Mustang football to Ownby exactly 40 years and 11 months after SMU’s last game there. Record for the decade: 63-28-1

There was a great deal of optimism surrounding the SMU football program in 1980. Eric Dickerson and Craig James gave the Mustangs one of the nation’s top backfield duos and Mike Ford returned to the team after a knee injury limited him to just two starts in 1979. Leading the defense were future All-Americans John Simmons and Harvey Armstrong. The Mustangs parlayed their talent into an 8-4 record and the school’s first national ranking (20th) since 1968. A 10-1 record the following season vaulted the Ponies to their second National Championship and their first conference title in 16 years, as a new quarterback took the reigns of the Pony Express. Lance McIlhenny was the perfect leader for SMU’s option attack, using his running ability and leadership capabilities to guide the Mustangs to a 34-5-1 record after becoming the starting quarterback in the seventh game of his freshman season in 1980. After Ron Meyer was named head coach of the New England Patriots prior to the 1982 season, Southern Mississippi coach Bobby Collins was named the Mustangs’ new head coach. Dickerson, James and McIlhenny led SMU to an 11-0-1 record and its second-consecutive National Championship in 1982, highlighted by a victory over Pittsburgh and its star quarterback, Dan Marino, in the Cotton Bowl. With the loss of Dickerson and James to the National Football League in 1983, the Mustangs found a capable replacement in Reggie Dupard, a tailback from New Orleans whose blazing speed made him the first SMU running back to gain over 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons. Dupard was the nation’s eighth-leading rusher in 1985 with 1,278 yards, and he became a first-round draft choice by the New England Patriots the following spring. After NCAA sanctions forced the cancellation of the 1987 season and University officials cancelled the 1988 campaign, SMU welcomed one of its former gridiron greats back to lead the resurrection of the Mustang

Forrest Gregg assumed the role of athletic director April 11, 1990, while announcing that he would relinquish his coaching duties following the 1990 season. Tom Rossley, who served as offensive coordinator at SMU from 1988-89, became the 13th head coach in Mustang history in December 1991. The orchestrator of the Mustangs’ run-and-shoot offense, Rossley returned to the Hilltop after one season as the quarterbacks coach of the Atlanta Falcons. The Mustangs went 5-6 in 1992 and Rossley was named Southwest Conference Co-Coach of the Year. Another significant accomplishment occurred that season when Jason Wolf ended his career with 235 receptions, making him the Southwest Conference’s career leader in that category. Mick Rossley then emerged as the Mustangs’ top receiving threat. A sure-handed receiver, Rossley broke Jerry LeVias’ school record for receptions in a season when he hauled in 83 passes in 1994. The winds of change swept across the Hilltop following the 1994 season as SMU prepared to begin its 77th and final season of play in the Southwest Conference after announcing that it would accept an invitation to join the Western Athletic Conference beginning in 1996. Coinciding with the final SWC season was the return of SMU football to the Cotton Bowl. After playing most of its home games the previous six seasons at Ownby Stadium, SMU made “The House That Doak Built” its home stadium in 1995. The Mustangs made their return a memorable one when, in the 1995 season opener against eventual SEC Western Division champion Arkansas, Wilbert Mitchell recovered a Razorback fumble on the SMU two-yard line in the game’s final minute to preserve a 17-14 win.

Eric Dickerson (pictured) and Craig James teamed to form the "Pony Express" from 1979 to 1982

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The Mustangs showed they could compete in the Western Athletic Conference by fashioning a 4-4 record in their new league. SMU posted a 30-0 victory at UTEP in 1996, marking the Ponies' first shutout win since 1984. The Mustangs also won at Arkansas, exploded for 52 points against New Mexico and upended crosstown rival TCU, 27-24, before a national television (ESPN) audience in the 1996 season finale at the Cotton Bowl. Mike Cavan was named the 14th head coach of the Mustangs Dec. 20, 1996. Cavan led SMU to a 6-5 overall record in 1997, marking the first winning season for the Mustangs since 1986. After a 1-4 start, SMU won five consecutive games, marking its longest winning streak in 12 years. Cavan was named the WAC Coach of the Year by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram for his efforts in 1997. Among SMU's victims in 1998 was Metroplex rival and bowl-bound TCU on "Doak Walker Day" at the Cotton Bowl. The game was played in memory of the Mustangs' greatest player, who passed away Sept. 27, 1998, at the age of 71. SMU dedicated its season to Walker, who won the 1948 Heisman Trophy. • John Stewart became the first SMU All-America selection since Reggie Dupard in 1985 when the Mustang kicker was honored following the 1993 season. A former walk-on who never had attempted a field goal or extra point prior to his senior season in 1993, Stewart converted on all 23 of his extra point attempts, as well as 13 of his 17 field goal attempts, including a 55-yarder. • Quarterback Ramon Flanigan became SMU's all-time leader in total offense (7,437 yards) and touchdowns responsible for (57) with a solid senior season in 1997. He was granted a sixth year of eligibility prior to 1997 by the NCAA. • Linebacker Chris Bordano was named the 1997 WAC Mountain Division Defensive Player of the Year after leading the team in tackles with 120. Bordano became just the 10th player in SMU history to be named all-conference three times. • In 1999, SMU great Eric Dickerson was inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, becoming the fifth Mustang to be enshrined. • Defensive end Luke Johnson recorded 11.5 sacks in 1999 while helping lead SMU to a 4-6 record, and concluded his career as the program's all-time sack leader with 23.5 sacks from 1996-99. • In 1999, the Ponies closed another chapter of Mustang football at the Cotton Bowl and prepared to move into their new on-campus home, Gerald J. Ford Stadium, in 2000. Record for the decade: 31-76-3 Record for the century: 416-403-56

2000S Sept. 2, 2000, may stand out as the most significant day in the history of the storied SMU football program. That was the date that Mustang football returned to campus with the inaugural game in $56-million Gerald J. Ford Stadium. SMU christened the facility by whipping Big 12 foe Kansas, 31-17, before a sellout crowd of 32,267. It was the first capacity home crowd for Mustang football since 1990. Former Kansas State defensive coordinator Phil Bennett was named the 15th head coach in school history Dec. 5, 2001. Bennett's first season on the Hilltop saw one of the greatest statistical rushing seasons ever produced at SMU, as junior back Keylon Kincade rushed 327 times for 1,279 yards with eight 100-yard rushing games. Kincade's attempts number was a school season record while his yardage total and number of 100-yard games ranked third on the SMU season lists.

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The 2002 campaign was also the last for two of the best players in recent SMU history: tight end John Hampton and linebacker Vic Viloria. Hampton concluded his career as the program's all-time leader in receptions at his position with 114. Viloria was SMU's leading tackler during his final three seasons and finished his career ranked eighth on the school's all-time tackles list with 372. He earned All-WAC honors three times. The 2005 season brought a new highlight to SMU football history as the Mustangs stampeded into Conference USA. SMU finished the 2005 season with a 5-6 mark, its highest win total in eight seasons. The year was full of highlights such as SMU’s first win over a ranked team since 1986, a 3-1 record against bowl teams and a three-game win streak to end the season - SMU’s longest since 1999. In 2006, SMU increased its win total for the third straight season, posted its highest win total in a decade and reached bowl-eligibility. SMU continued to win off the field as well, as the Mustangs received the American Football Coaches Association’s 2006 Academic Achievement Award after the school recorded a 100 percent graduation rate. After a disappointing 1-11 season in 2007, Bennett was dismissed as head coach. Former National Coach of the Year June Jones was then lured away from Hawaii to coach the Mustangs, creating a sense of excitement not seen on the Hilltop in decades. Jones' first season was a record-setting one, with the Mustangs setting numerous passing and receiving marks. The 2009 season was a true breakthrough. SMU went 8-5, posting the biggest turnaround in the nation, and winning the Conference USA Western Division Co-Championship and Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. It marked SMU's first bowl berth and win in 25 years. Record for the decade: 34-84

2010S In 2010, SMU continued its run of success, earning its second-straight bowl berth and claiming another Conference USA Western Division CoChampionship. The season saw running back Zach Line explode for an unexpected 1,494 rushing yards, which ranked 11th in the country and trailed only Eric Dickerson for most single-season rushing yards in SMU history. The 2011 season produced another eight wins and a BBVA Compass Bowl Championship as SMU thrashed Pitt, 28-6. Along the way, SMU beat rival TCU, giving the Mustangs the coveted Iron Skillet. Line was again among the national leaders before suffering a season-ending foot injury. The 2012 campaign concluded with another Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Championship, giving SMU three bowl crowns in four years. Line concluded his career as the second-leading rusher in school history and, following the season, Margus Hunt became SMU's highest NFL Draft pick since 1986.

SMU won its third bowl in four years in 2012, defeating Fresno State in the 2012 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl

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BOWL GAMES 1925 DIXIE CLASSIC WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 9, SMU 7

1936 ROSE BOWL STANFORD 7, SMU 0

Thanks to a 19-game unbeaten streak, the 1924 SMU football team was invited to its first postseason bowl, the 1925 Dixie Classic. The Dixie Classic was a college football bowl game played in Dallas following the 1921, 1924 and 1933 seasons. It was the precursor to the Cotton Bowl Classic, which has been played every year since 1937. The Mustangs faced West Virginia Wesleyan in the 1925 Classic on New Year’s Day at Fair Park Stadium in Dallas. The 1924 Mustangs entered the Dixie Classic with 5 wins, 0 losses and 4 ties. The SMU-West Virginia Wesleyan University game was a match-up of two schools started by the United Methodist Church. In fact, some football historians have referred to the game as the very first “Methodist Bowl.” The game was a low-scoring affair, with both teams fighting for field position. After a scoreless first half, SMU’s George Watters blocked a punt in the third quarter, which he recovered in the end zone to give SMU a 7-0 lead. WVW battled back, though, answering with a 40-yard field goal to pull to 7-3. In the fourth quarter, the Wesleyans took the lead on what the Dallas Morning News would call a "luck pass." WVW quarterback DeLong lofted a long ball which SMU's Logan Stollenwerck batted down. Unfortunately for the Mustangs, he knocked the ball directly to WVW's Gale Bullman, who raced into the end zone for a 66-yard score. The PAT, though, was missed. SMU battled back and had a field goal try in the game's final minute for the win. Lawrence Reisor's 30-yard try was no good, however, and Wesleyan prevailed 9-7, handing SMU its first loss in two years.

SMU entered the 1936 Rose Bowl as the nation’s top-ranked team, sporting a perfect 12-0 record and a defense which had shut out eight of its 12 opponents during the regular season. Led by first-year head coach Matty Bell, the Mustangs were matched against a strong Stanford team which took a 7-1 record into the game. Due to a traffic jam, the SMU team bus did not arrive at the Rose Bowl until 20 minutes prior to kickoff. Stanford quarterback Bill Paulman scored on a oneyard sneak in the first quarter to give the Indians the early lead. It proved to be the only score of the game as SMU lost its best scoring opportunity with a fumble on the Stanford 5-yard line. The loss was SMU's only blemish in its first national championship season.

Dallas, Texas January 1, 1925

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Scoring Summary SMU - Watters punt block, recovered in end zone (Stollenwerck kick) WVW - King 40-yard gield goal WVW - Bullman 66-yard pass from DeLong (PAT missed)

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Pasadena, Calif. January 1, 1936

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Scoring Summary Stanford - Bill Paulman 1-yard run (James kick) Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

SMU 9 38 105 199 11-31 9-39 1-1 N/A 1-20

Stanford 6 75 42 156 2-6 16-38 3-0 6 4-25 84, 784

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU - Wilson 11-23, Shuford 5-12; Stanford - Grayson 17-28, Hamilton 15-23

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1948 COTTON BOWL SMU 13, PENN STATE 13

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Scoring Summary SMU - Paul Page 53-yard pass from Doak Walker (Walker kick) SMU - Walker 2-yard run (kick failed) Penn State - Larry Cooney 38-yard pass from Elwood Petchel (Czekaj kick) Penn State - Wallace Triplett 6-yard pass from Petchel (kick failed) Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

SMU 12 92 114 206 11-25 7-33.1 1-1 1 1-5

Penn State 12 165 93 258 7-15 4-33.4 2-2 1 3-15 43,000

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU - Walker 18-66; Penn State - Petchel 9-25 Passing: SMU - Johnson 6-16, Walker 5-9; Penn State - Petchel 7-15-93

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Dallas, Texas January 1, 1949

The 1948 Cotton Bowl featured a matchup between two unbeaten teams in SMU and Penn State. Led by All-American Doak Walker, the Mustangs jumped ahead early. Walker tossed a 53-yard scoring pass to Paul Page and later scored on a two-yard touchdown carry. The Nittany Lions struck back when, just before halftime, Elwood Petchel connected on a 38-yard touchdown pass to Larry Cooney which cut the SMU lead to 13-7. Penn State scored the only points of the second half when Petchel threw his second scoring pass of the game on a six-yard toss to Wallace Triplett in the third quarter. The Nittany Lions, however, missed the extra point, and the game ended in a 13-13 tie. 7 0

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1949 COTTON BOWL SMU 21, OREGON 13

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Two of the nation’s most powerful offensive teams met in the 1949 Cotton Bowl. Doak Walker and Kyle Rote led the Mustangs to their second consecutive Southwest Conference championship in 1948 while Oregon rode the right arm of quarterback Norm Van Brocklin to the Pacific Coast Conference cochampionship. The difference in the game was the use of the quick kick by SMU. Walker booted one 79 yards and Rote launched an 84-yard kick to pin the Ducks deep in their own territory. In addition to their quick kicks, the Mustangs’ star running backs each scored touchdowns to give SMU a 14-0 lead. Answering the call for the Ducks, Van Brocklin threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Dick Wilkins early in the fourth quarter. SMU put the game away just three minutes later when Chicken Roberts scored on an eight-yard run to push the lead to 21-6. SMU Oregon

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Scoring Summary SMU - Doak Walker 1-yard run (Walker kick) SMU - Kyle Rote 36-yard run (Walker kick) Oregon -Dick Williams 24-yard pass from Norm Van Brocklin (kick failed) SMU - Chicken Roberts 8-yard run (Joe Etheridge kick) Oregon - Bob Sanders 1-yard run (Chet Daniels kick) Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

SMU 19 226 111 337 10-20 3-68.7 0-0 0 1-5

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU - Rote 16-93; Oregon - Bell 17-93 Passing: SMU - Walker 6-10-79; Oregon - Van Brocklin 8-19-145 Receiving: SMU - Rote 4-55; Oregon - Wilkins 4-57

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1963 SUN BOWL OREGON 21, SMU 14

1966 COTTON BOWL GEORGIA 24, SMU 9

In a rematch of the 1949 Cotton Bowl, SMU entered the game with a 4-6 record and had received a Sun Bowl berth largely on the basis of its 32-28 victory over fourth-ranked Navy in the third game of the season. SMU had a talented QB duo in Danny Thomas and Mac White, and both were counted upon to rally the Ponies in the fourth quarter after falling behind 21-0. Thomas led the Mustangs on a drive which culminated in a two-yard touchdown pass to John Roderick. Later in the quarter, Roderick was on the receiving end of a seven-yard scoring pass from White to pull the Mustangs within nine points. After White ran for the twopoint conversion, SMU trailed by a touchdown, 21-14, but could not pull any closer.

After winning its first Southwest Conference crown in 18 seasons, SMU earned a trip to the Cotton Bowl to face Georgia. Kent Lawrence set the tone early for the Bulldogs when he raced 74 yards for a touchdown on the game’s second play. The sophomore running back finished the day with 149 yards rushing on 16 carries, as the Mustangs were unable to contain the Georgia ground attack. SMU cut the lead to 7-3 midway through the first quarter on Dennis Partee’s 22yard field goal. Georgia responded by scoring 10 unanswered points before Mike Richardson scored the lone SMU touchdown on a one-yard dive with 1:14 left in the first half. Leading 17-9 at halftime, Georgia shut down the SMU offense and its outstanding sophomore receiver Jerry LeVias in the second half. The only score in the final two quarters came when Bulldog fullback Ronnie Jenkins, who rushed for 88 yards on 23 carries in the game, scored on a four-yard touchdown run with 14:33 left in the game.

Dallas, Texas December 31, 1966

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Scoring Summary Oregon - Dennis Keller 2-yard run (kick good) Oregon - Dick Inwalle 10-yard pass from Bob Berry (kick good) Oregon - Paul Burleson 20-yard pass from Berry (kick good) SMU - John Roderick 2-yard pass from Danny Thomas (kick failed) SMU - Roderick 7-yard pass from Mac White (White run) Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

SMU 20 145 232 377 18-31 4-39.2 4-3 1 5-38

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU - White 12-64; Oregon - Murphy 3-49 Passing: SMU - Thomas 13-22-172; Oregon - Berry 11-26-146 Receiving: SMU - Roderick 5-59; Oregon - Inwalle 3-57

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Oregon 16 173 146 319 11-26 7-36.0 1-1 4 7-79 26,500

Scoring Summary Georgia - Kent Lawrence 74-yard run (Bob Etter kick) SMU - Dennis Partee 22-yard FG Georgia - Etter 28-yard FG Georgia - Billy Payne 20-yard pass from Kirby Moore (Etter kick) SMU - Mike Richardson 1-yard run (kick failed) Georgia - Ronnie Jenkins 4-yard run (Etter kick) Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

SMU 11 40 165 205 10-20 4-36.5 1-1 1 7-45

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU - Jernigan 9-28; Georgia - Lawrence 16-149 Passing: SMU - White 9-17-160; Georgia - Moore 6-11-79 Receiving: SMU - LeVias 3-62; Georgia - Payne 3-49

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1968 ASTRO-BLUEBONNET BOWL SMU 28, OKLAHOMA 27

1980 HOLIDAY BOWL BYU 46, SMU 45

The 53,543 fans who gathered in the Astrodome on New Year’s Eve night for the 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl comprised what at the time was the largest crowd ever to see a football game played indoors. They also witnessed one of the most exciting college bowl games ever as SMU and Oklahoma combined to score 35 points in the fourth quarter before the game was decided. OU scored on its first possession of the game when Bob Warmack carried on a sweep to the right for an eight-yard touchdown. Warmack’s touchdown stood as the game’s only score until the third quarter when Mike Richardson scored for SMU on a one-yard dive. The Sooners retaliated by driving 80 yards and scoring on a 21-yard pass from Steve Owens to Johnny Barr. The fireworks began in the fourth quarter when SMU’s Chuck Hixson connected with Jerry LeVias for an 11-yard scoring pass to tie the game at 14-14. Richardson scored his second touchdown with 7:35 left in the contest to give the Mustangs a 21-14 lead. After OU answered with a touchdown to tie the game, SMU linebacker Bruce Portillo intercepted a Sooner pass on the OU 22. Hixson put SMU on top, 28-21, after a 19-yard pass to Ken Fleming with just three minutes remaining. After driving the length of the field, Oklahoma cut the Mustang lead to 28-27 when Barr caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from Mickey Ripley with 1:16 left. SMU held on to the lead when Ripley was stopped short of the goal line on the Sooners’ two-point conversion attempt.

The 1980 Holiday Bowl featured two teams with distinctly different offensive philosophies. SMU relied upon the running of Eric Dickerson and Craig James, while BYU boasted an explosive aerial attack led by Jim McMahon. The Mustangs jumped out of the gate early, racing to a 19-0 lead in the first quarter after touchdown runs by Dickerson and James, a safety and a 42-yard field goal by Eddie Garcia. SMU had increased its lead to 29-7 in the second quarter before BYU’s Vai Sikahema returned a punt 83 yards, pulling the Cougars within 16 at halftime. Entering the fourth quarter, SMU led 38-19, and with four minutes remaining the Mustangs held a 45-25 advantage. With his team trailing by 20, McMahon led BYU to two quick touchdowns to cut the SMU lead to 45-39. With 18 seconds remaining, BYU's Bill Schoepflin blocked Eric Kaifes’ punt to give BYU possession at the Mustang 41-yard line. After two desperation passes by McMahon fell incomplete, the Cougars had one final opportunity with just three seconds left. As time expired, McMahon found tight end Clay Brown in the end zone for a 41-yard touchdown pass, guiding BYU to one of the greatest comebacks in bowl history.

Houston, Texas December 31, 1968

San Diego, Calif. December 19, 1980

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Scoring Summary Oklahoma - Bob Warmack 3-yard run (Derr kick) SMU - Mike Richardson 1-yard run Oklahoma - Johnny Barr 21-yard pass from Steve Owens (Derr kick) SMU - J. LeVias 11-yard pass from Hixson (P. Clements pass from Hixson) SMU - Mike Richardson 18-yard run (Bicky Lesser kick) Oklahoma - Bo Denton 22-yard pass from Mickey Ripley (Derr kick) SMU - Ken Fleming 19-yard pass from Chuck Hixson (Lesser kick) Oklahoma - Johnny Barr 21-yard pass from Mickey Ripley (run failed)

Scoring Summary SMU - Eric Dickerson 15-yard run (Eddie Garcia kick) SMU - Craig James 45-yard run (Garcia kick) SMU - Safety, ball snapped out of end zone SMU - Garcia 42-yard FG BYU - Clay Brown 64-yard pass from Jim McMahon (Kurt Gunther kick) SMU - James 3-yard pass from McIlhenny (Garcia kick) SMU - Garcia 44-yard FG BYU - Vai Sikahema 83-yard punt return (pass failed) SMU - Dickerson 1-yard run (pass failed) BYU - Brown 13-yard pass from McMahon (pass failed) SMU - Garcia 42-yard FG BYU - Scott Phillips 1-yard run (Gunther kick) SMU - Craig James 42-yard run (Garcia kick) BYU - Matt Braga 15-yard pass from McMahon (pass failed) BYU - Phillips 1-yard run (Phillips pass) BYU - Brown 41-yard pass from McMahon (Gunther kick)

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SMU 22 72 281 353 22-43 7-41.0 2-2 3 4-34

Oklahoma 23 176 294 470 18-37 6-38.2 1-1 2 6-55 53,543

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU - Richardson 18-76; Oklahoma - Owens 36-113 Passing: SMU - Hixson 22-43-281; Oklahoma - Berry 11-26-146 Receiving: SMU - LeVias 8-112; Oklahoma - Barr 8-138

SMU 25 393 53 446 6-11 4-38.8 2-0 1 7-65

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU - James 23-225; BYU - Phillips 8-18 Passing: SMU - McIlhenny 6-11-53; BYU - McMahon 32-49-446 Receiving: SMU - James 2-13; BYU - Phillips 10-81

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BYU 23 -2 446 444 32-49 5-32.6 2-0 0 8-80 50,214


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1983 COTTON BOWL SMU 7, PITTSBURGH 3

1983 SUN BOWL ALABAMA 28, SMU 7

With the temperature in the upper 30s and a light rain falling at gametime, playing conditions were anything but ideal when undefeated SMU met Pittsburgh in the 1983 Cotton Bowl. Accustomed to playing in inclement weather, Pittsburgh appeared to have the advantage in the early going, driving to the SMU 1-yard line on the game’s opening series. Panther halfback Joe McCall fumbled away Pitt’s best touchdown opportunity when Mustang safety Wes Hopkins fell on the loose ball at the 2-yard line. SMU was not able to capitalize and after two quarters neither team had scored, marking the first scoreless first half in the Cotton Bowl in 22 years. On their first possession of the second quarter, the Panthers scored the game's first points when Eric Schubert booted a 43-yard field goal. SMU responded with an 80-yard drive which resulted in Lance McIlhenny’s nine-yard touchdown scamper around right end on the third play of the fourth quarter. Following the ensuing kickoff, senior quarterback Dan Marino engineered a drive which put the Panthers in scoring position at the SMU 7-yard line. On third-andgoal, Marino threw a pass which was tipped by Hopkins and intercepted in the end zone by Blane Smith, thus ending Pittsburgh’s chance of handing SMU its only loss of the season.

SMU squared off against Alabama in the 50th Sun Bowl on a cold and windy afternoon in El Paso. The temperature at kickoff was 28 degrees, with winds gusting up to 35 miles per hour. Alabama jumped on the Mustangs in the first quarter, scoring on touchdown runs of one and 11 yards by Ricky Moore. The Crimson Tide defense forced three SMU turnovers in the first half, and Alabama was able to stretch its lead to 28-0 by halftime. Jeff Atkins helped the Mustangs get on the scoreboard early in the third quarter when he broke loose for a 58-yard run, setting up Lance McIlhenny’s 15-yard touchdown pass to Marquis Pleasant. Pleasant’s touchdown represented the only points of the second half as Alabama held on for a 28-7 victory. After giving up 303 total yards in the first half, the SMU defense limited the Crimson Tide to just 96 yards of offense in the second half.

Dallas, Texas January 1, 1983

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Scoring Summary Pittsburgh - Eric Schubert 43-yard field goal SMU - Lance McIlhenny 9-yard run (Jeff Harrell kick) Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

SMU 22 226 101 327 5-9 4-38.0 4-2 1 2-30

Pittsburgh 17 114 181 295 19-37 3-44.7 1-1 0 8-74 71,477

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU - Dickerson 27-124; Pittsburgh - Thomas 19-69 Passing: SMU - McIlhenny 5-8-101; Pittsburgh - Marino 19-37-181 Receiving: SMU - James 3-39; Pittsburgh - McCall 5-58, Thomas 5-38

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Scoring Summary Alabama - Ricky Moore 1-yard run (Van Tiffin kick) Alabama - Moore 11-yard run (Tiffin kick) Alabama - Walter Lewis 1-yard run (Tiffin kick) Alabama - Joe Jones 19-yard pass from Lewis (Tiffin kick) SMU - Marquis Pleasant 15-yard pass from Lance McIlhenny (Jeff Harrell kick) Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

SMU 13 174 148 322 14-27 4-41.3 3-3 0 7-45

Alabama 23 251 148 399 9-14 6-40.6 1-1 2 3-25 41,412

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU - Atkins 9-120; Alabama - Moore 28-113 Passing: SMU - McIlhenny 14-27-148; Alabama - Lewis 9-14-148 Receiving: SMU - Morris 5-63; Alabama - Jones 2-36, Chandler 2-34, Gothard 2-27, Bendross 2-19

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1984 ALOHA BOWL SMU 27, NOTRE DAME 20

2009 HAWAII BOWL SMU 45, NEVADA 10

Between 1949 and 1958, SMU and Notre Dame battled each other on the gridiron eight times. When the two schools met in the 1984 Aloha Bowl, it represented their first meeting in 26 years. SMU, playing in its fourth bowl game in five seasons, scored on its first two offensive possessions. A seven-yard touchdown carry by Jeff Atkins and Don King’s 12-yard pass to Cobby Morrison gave the Mustangs a 14-0 lead. Notre Dame responded with 10 unanswered points before Brandy Brownlee connected on a 47-yard field goal to give SMU a 17-10 lead at halftime. The Fighting Irish tied the game on Mark Brooks’ 11-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, but SMU regained the lead on its next possession with Brownlee’s second field goal of the game. The Mustangs were able to work on the clock for most of the second half due to the strong running of Atkins and Reggie Dupard, each of whom ran for more than 100 yards in the contest. Dupard’s two-yard scoring run gave SMU a 10-point lead with six minutes left in the game and the Mustangs held off a late Notre Dame rally to win, 27-20.

Freshman Kyle Padron threw for an SMU-record 460 yards, leading the Mustangs to a 45-10 victory over Nevada in the Hawai’i Bowl - SMU’s first postseason appearance in 25 years. It was a triumphant return to the postseason and paradise for the Mustangs and second-year coach June Jones, who left Hawai’i after nine seasons. The 18-year-old Padron, who was 32 of 41 and completed two touchdown passes, was confident and composed on the biggest stage of his young career. The 12-point underdogs dominated from the opening bell, jumping out to a 17-0 lead in the first quarter and building a 38-0 advantage by the third. Padron had 303 yards passing in the first half alone, breaking SMU’s bowl record of 281 yards by Chuck Hixson in the 1968 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl. Shawnbrey McNeal added 63 yards rushing and three touchdowns, including two in the first quarter. He also had seven catches for 53 yards. On the second play of the game, Padron found a wide-open Cole Beasley near midfield. Beasley was dragged down from behind at the Nevada 9 for a gain of 71 yards. It was the longest pass in SMU bowl history, breaking Doak Walker’s 53-yard pass to Paul Page in the 1948 Cotton Bowl. McNeal scored on the next play. The Mustangs got the ball back on the next series by stopping the Wolf Pack on fourth-and-two. Padron then connected with Sanders for a 58-yard gain, setting up McNeal’s 1-yard TD that put SMU up 14-0 less than 6 1/2 minutes into the game. After completing a 53-yard pass to Aldrick Robinson in the third that setup a 3-yard TD run by Zach Line, Padron looked at Jones and just shook his head in disbelief. Robinson finished with nine catches for 176 yards.

Honolulu, Hawaii December 28, 1984

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Scoring Summary SMU - Shawnbrey McNeal 9-yard run (Matt Szymanski kick) SMU - McNeal 1-yard run (Szymanski kick) SMU - Szymanski 22-yard FG SMU - Sanders 17-yard pass from Padron (Szymanski kick) SMU - Beasley 2-yard pass from Padron (Szymanski kick) SMU - Line 3-yard run (Szymanski kick) UNR - Drake 21-yard FG SMU - McNeal 17-yard run (Szymanski kick) UNR - Wimberley 10-yard pass from Kaepernick (Drake kick)

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Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

Notre Dame 22 250 144 362 11-23 4-41.5 0-0 0 5-44 41,777

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU - Atkins 17-112; Notre Dame - Pinkett 24-136 Passing: SMU - King 9-17-153; Notre Dame - Beuerlein 11-23-144 Receiving: SMU - Atkins 2-31, Hashaway 2-27, Morris 2-27; Notre Dame - Jefferson 2-37, Howard 2-24, Bavaro 2-16

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Scoring Summary SMU - Jeff Atkins 7-yard run (Brandy Brownlee kick) SMU - Cobby Morrison 12-yard pass from Don King (Brownlee kick) Notre Dame - Allen Pinkett 17-yard pass from Steve Beuerlein (John Carney kick) Notre Dame - Carney 51-yard FG SMU - Brownlee 47-yard FG Notre Dame - Mark Brooks 11 run (Carney kick) SMU - Brownlee 30-yard FG SMU - Reggie Dupard 2 run (Brownlee kick) Notre Dame - Carney 31-yard FG SMU 26 280 153 379 9-17 5-41.0 4-0 0 5-55

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UNR 17 137 177 314 15-29 6-44.5 1-0 0 7-61 32,650

Individual Statistics Rushing: UNR - Mark 15-90; SMU - McNeal 12-63 Passing: UNR-Kaepernick, C. 15-29-177; SMU - Padron 32-41-460 Receiving: UNR - Wimberly, B. 7-80; SMU - Robinson, A. 9-176; Sanders, E. 7-124; McNeal 7-53; Beasley 3-88; Wilkerson, T. 2-18.

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2010 ARMED FORCES BOWL ARMY 16, SMU 14

2012 BBVA COMPASS BOWL SMU 28, PITT 6

Josh McNary scooped up a fumble and returned it 55 yards for a touchdown as Army held on to beat SMU 16-14 in the Armed Forces Bowl. Army had a 16-0 halftime lead on SMU’s home field, then ran out the final four minutes after Matt Szymanksi was wide left on a 47-yard field goal attempt that would have put the Mustangs ahead. Army got the ball back with 4:05 left and quarterback Trent Steelman converted a pair of third downs. He ran for six yards on third-and-five after SMU called its final timeout, then later rolled right and threw a 22-yard pass on third-and-four for only his second completion in the game before a final kneel-down. SMU faced fourth-and-six after Padron scrambled to avoid a sack and dumped a three-yard pass to Darius Johnson. After a timeout, and coach June Jones exchanging a fist pump with Szymanski, the kick fluttered wide left.

J.J. McDermott ran and threw for first quarter touchdowns as SMU beat Pittsburgh 28-6 in the BBVA Compass Bowl. Rishaad Wimbley ran for two scores for SMU, which tied a school record by playing in its third straight bowl under coach June Jones. McDermott completed 16 of 26 passes for 239 yards and threw a touchdown to Darius Johnson early in the first. Pittsburgh was held without a first down and fell behind 21-0 in the first quarter. Kevin Harper kicked field goals of 32 and 34 yards. McDermott beat Pitt’s blitz when he lobbed a 50-yard touchdown pass to Johnson for the Mustangs’ first touchdown. Johnson had seven catches for 120 yards. The 50-yard catch was the longest in the six-year history of the bowl. After McDermott’s 1-yard run capped an eight-play drive to push the lead to 14-0, Ja’Gared Davis hit Pitt quarterback Tino Sunseri, forcing a fumble that was recovered by Taylor Reed at the Panthers’ 27. McDermott’s 19-yard pass to Cole Beasley set up Wimbley’s 2-yard touchdown run. Wimbley added a 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. With SMU still leading 21-3 later in the quarter, Pitt drove from its 16 to a first and goal at the Mustangs’ 10. On third down from the 5, Sunseri’s pass bounced off tailback Isaac Bennett. The deflection was caught by SMU linebacker Stephon Sanders for an interception. The half ended with Pitt again coming away with no points at the end of a long drive. Harper’s 47-yard field goal attempt hit the left upright to end a 14-play drive.

Dallas, Texas December 30, 2010

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Scoring Summary ARMY - McNary 55-yard fumble recovery (Carlton kick) ARMY - Brown 13-yard run (Carlton kick blocked) ARMY - Carlton 44-yard FG SMU - Robinson 8-yard pass from PADRON (SZYMANSKI kick) SMU - Johnson 28-yard pass from PADRON (SZYMANSKI kick) Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

Army 16 199 30 229 2-7 6-36.0 1-0 2 0-0

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SMU 21 111 302 413 23-34 1-40.0 2-1 0 3-35 36,742

Individual Statistics Rushing: Army - Hassin 82; SMU - Line - 103 Passing: Army - Steelman 2-7-30; SMU - Padron 23-34-302 Receiving: Army - Brooks 2-30; SMU - Johnson, D. 9-152; Robinson, A. 5-76; Holman 3-36; Beasley 3-24

Scoring Summary SMU - Johnson 50-yard pass from McDermott (Hover kick) SMU - McDermott 1-yard run (Hover kick) SMU - Wimbley, R. 2-yard run (Hover kick) PITT - Harper 32-yard FG SMU - Wimbley 1-yard run (Hover kick) PITT - Harper 34-yard FG Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

SMU 13 61 239 300 16-26 5-45.4 0-0 1 3-24

Pitt 12 10 195 205 21-32 6-41.5 0-0 0 5-24 29,726

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU-Williams, J. 11-40; Pitt-Bennett,I. 10-22. Passing: SMU-McDermott 16-25-0-239; Pitt-Sunseri19-28-1-183. Receiving: SMU-Johnson, D. 7-120; Beasley 7-86; Pitt-Jones,Ronald 6-36; Street 5-62.

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2012 HAWAII BOWL SMU 43, FRESNO STATE 10 Honolulu, Hawaii December 24, 2012

SMU coach June Jones walked out of Aloha Stadium with another win Monday, thanks largely to a disruptive performance by defensive end Margus Hunt that set the tone for the Mustangs' 43-10 win over Fresno State in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. Hunt, the 6-foot-8 senior from Estonia with an 82-inch wing span, forced two fumbles that led to field goals and sacked Derek Carr for a safety as SMU (7-6) built a 22-0 halftime lead and never looked back. The Mustangs also returned two interceptions for touchdowns, giving them eight for the season to tie the NCAA record set last year by Southern Miss. Hayden Greenbauer picked off Carr and returned it 83 yards with 1:14 left, the final blow to a miserable night for the Bulldogs (9-4). SMU had seven sacks, the most Fresno State has given up all year. Garrett Gilbert was effective with his arm and his legs, running for a 17-yard touchdown for the first score of the game and throwing a perfect strike to Darius Johnson for a 21-yard score to answer the Bulldogs' only touchdown. He rushed for 98 yards on 18 carries and threw for 212 yards. But this game was decided by the Mustangs' defense, with Hunt leading the way. He was voted the game's MVP. Fresno State, which had averaged just over 47 points in its last five games, was held scoreless in the first half for the first time in two years, and Carr was too busy running for his life to get the Bulldogs into any kind of offensive rhythm. The Mustangs were playing in a school-record fourth straight bowl game since ending a 25-year drought dating to its infamous NCAA death penalty. They have won three of those bowl games, twice as big underdogs to explosive offenses -- a 45-10 win over Nevada in 2009 and Monday against Fresno State, both in the Hawaii Bowl. Hunt, who won the Junior World Championships in Beijing in 2006 in the shot put and discus, came to SMU to work on athletics and earned a scholarship when coaches took one look at him, and saw his 4.7 time in the 40-yard dash. He set an NCAA record this year by blocking his 10th field goal. His speed made all the difference in his final college game as Hunt zipped around tackles and harassed Carr all night. Carr finished with 362 yards on 33of-54 passing. The 10 points were the fewest Fresno State has scored since a 20-10 loss to Boise State this year. The Bulldogs hardly looked like a team averaging 488 yards a game. Carr spent more time on his back than stepping into throws as the Mustangs' defensive front -- particularly Hunt -- was overwhelming. And when tight end Marcel Jensen dropped Carr's short pass in the end zone on the final play of the opening period, it marked the first time Fresno State was shut out in the first half since it lost to Boise State in 2010. That was the only time the Bulldogs even came close to scoring. After a dull, scoreless opening quarter, Gilbert shook off one tackle and scored on a 17-yard run. The defense took over from there. Hunt blew past right tackle Alex Fifita and blindsided Carr, dropping him flat as the ball came loose and was scooped up by Aaron Davis, who returned it 23 yards to the Fresno State 16 until he fumbled it out of bounds. SMU had to settle for a field goal. On the next series, Carr scrambled backward and couldn't escape an 18-yard sack to the 6, and then Hunt sacked him in the end zone for a safety.

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Gilbert did most of his damage on the ground, either on a quarterback draw or sprinting away from the rush, though he completed five straight passes during the Mustangs' longest drive, 67 yards that culminated with Zach Line busting up the middle for an 8-yard score. Hunt wasn't finished, though. On second-and-7 from the 33, Carr gave it to Robbie Rouse on a delayed handoff, right about the time Hunt showed up to disrupt the play and cause another fumble that Taylor Reed recovered. That drive went backward, and Chase Hover connected from 48 yards. Even then, the Bulldogs looked out of sorts, with players sprinting off the field during a substitution that looked to be run by the Keystone Kops. SMU's offense did enough in the second half to keep Fresno State from making a game of it, and the second-half interceptions sealed it. Reed returned an interception 69 yards to make it 36-10, and then Greenbauer finished off a great night for the Mustangs' defense. Fresno State SMU

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Scoring Summary SMU - Gilbert 17-yard run (Hover kick) SMU - Hover 30-yard FG SMU - Hunt safety SMU - Line 8-yard run (Hover kick) SMU - Hover 48-yard FG FS - Adams 6-yard pass from Carr (Breshears kick) SMU - Johnson 21-yard pass from Gilbert (Hover kick) FS - Breshears 32-yard FG SMU - Reed 69-yard interception return (Hover kick) SMU - Greenbauer 83-yard interception return (Hover kick) Team Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Passes Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Interceptions Penalties-Yards Attendance

FS 21 -16 362 346 33-55 6-38.0 2-2 2 3-15

SMU 15 169 212 381 14-28 5-35.8 1-0 2 3-15 19,712

Individual Statistics Rushing: SMU-Gilbert 18-94; Line 19-71; FS-Rouse 13-22. Passing: SMU-Gilbert 14-28-2-212; FS-Carr 33-54-2-362. Receiving: SMU-Thompson 5-82; Fuller 4-84; Johnson 3-40; FS-Adams 13-144; Watson 5-48; Rouse 5-29; Burse 4-89.

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1917 1951 1977 2005-06 (Trainer) 1996-99 (Trainer) 1981-84 1994-96 1961-63 1940-41, 1946 1995 2004-05 (Trainer) 1999-2002 1971-72 1972 2003, 2005-06 1934-36 1989-91 1994 (Trainer) 1932-34 1984-86 1923 1970 2000 1979-83 1980-83 1981, 1983-85 1952 1918 1990-92 (Trainer) 2008-11 1959 1966 1962-64 1950 1949-50 1999-2002 1979-82 1979, 1981-83 2001 2004-06 2009 2005-08 1996-98 1943-49 1993-96 1966 1975-78 1958-59, 1961 1957-59 1966

Clark, Harold G., Jr. Clark, Joe W. Clark, Rayford Clarke, John E. Clay, Charles Cleckler, Ray Clem, John Jerome Jr. Clement, John L. Clements, Fred L. Cleveland, Avery Cleveland, Jay’Mond Click, Larry D. Clifford, Pamela Cloud, James E. Clyce, Casey Coats, Roy Cole, A. Brice Cole, Don E. Coles, Robert E. Collier, Bobby F. Collier, Pat Collings, John R. Collins, Bryan Collins, Byron Collins, Chris Collins, James F. Collins, Pete Collins, Robert E. Colville, Cecil A. Combs, Lloyd Compton, Alisa Condrin, Timothy James Cone, Rush Cones, Mark Cook, Earl M. Cook, William C. Cooper, Cara Cooper, Leon L. Cooper, Rafiq Cooper, Shelli Corder, William D. Cormier, Rufus P., Jr. Cornelison, Jerry G. Cortemeglia, Christopher Cosper, Ronald H. Courtney, Chase Courtwright, Jeff Cowan, Trey Cowart, Rick Cox, Larry Cox, Lemuel B., III Coyle, Connolly Craig, Brian Craig, Elmer S. Cramer, Rob Crane, R. Cranfill, George B. Crawford, Larry Crawford, Richard Creath, N.B. Crenshaw, Robert D. Crisler, William P. Crites, Mark Croft, Abe Crosby, Tim Croschere, Jamie Crosland, Ben Crouch, Chelsea C. Crowder, Alton D. Crowe, Jim N. Crowley, Jacob Croy, Lute Crutcher, C.J. Cude, Martin C., Jr. Cullum, Gordon F. Cunningham, Chris Cunningham, Ivan L. Cunningham, Kellis Cunningham, Wes Cupples, James K. Curik, William L. Currin, Jennifer Currin, Justin Curry, Patrick B. Czerniak, Szymon

1945, 1949 1965-69 (Trainer) 1971-72 1960-62 2010 1950 1951-53 1938-40 1966-68 2004 2003-05 1956 2004 (Trainer) 1943 1989 1996-99 1915 1951-53 1973 1948-50 1950 1942 2009-12 1984-85 1989-91 1915 1979 1938, 1940 1935 1917 1990-91 (Trainer) 1985-86 1971 1973-74, 1976 1944-47 1950 1998-2001 (Trainer) 1916, 1919, 1921 1995-98 1989-91 (Trainer) 1963-65 1968-69 1956-57 1924-26 1961-63 2007 1981-82 1989-92 1975-77 1981-83 1943-44 1995-98 (Trainer) 1992-94 1925, 1927 1980-82 (Manager) 1986-91 (Trainer) 1945 1973 2010-11 1929 (Manager) 1966-68 1951-52 1982-83 1943 2008 1997 (Trainer) 1994-95 1937-39 1962, 1964-65 1960-61 2000-2001 1999-2002 1954 1961-63 1924 (Manager) 1999-2001, 2003 1943-44 2006-09 1988-92 (Trainer) 1967-69 1937-39 1998-2001 (Trainer) 2002-03 (Manager) 1969-71 2010-11


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PLAYERS

D Dalton, Alvin J. Daniel, Francis Daniel, Wilton J. Dannis, Charles G. Darsey, Damon Daugherty, Jason Davidson, Joe Davis, Aaron Davis, Charles L. Davis, Ja'Gared Davis, Joeseph Davis, Judson Davis, N.R. Davis, Robert Davis, Steve Dawson, James R. Dawson, Walter S. De La Garza, Gabriel Dean, Harry F. Dean, Thomas E. DeGrazier, Michael D. Delamater, Wayne A. DeLany, John DeLay, Lucky Delcambre, Alfred Denbow, Donnie R. Denman, Randy Dennard, Clarence Dennis, Jay Dennis, Rock Derden, Max A., Jr. Derrick, William M. Derry, Horace Deschner, Anton DeVoss, John deWall, Will Deweber, Donald E. Dewell, William A. Dewveall, Willard, C. Dickerson Joseph B. Dickerson, Champ Dickerson, Eric Dickerson, Vaughn Dickey, Ned Dickinson, Lynn Dieter, Gehrig Dietz, Bruce Dill, Dwight Dillworth, Robert H. Dixon, Rollin Dizer, Adrian Doggett, Daryl L. Dolford, Ray Dollens, Mickey Donnell, Cindy Dorsett, Newt Dorsey, Cedrick Dorsey, Tommy Douglas, Roy Downey, Paul Dozier, Cornelius Drayton, Charles Dugal, Billy Duggan, James A. Duncan, Brian Duncan, James Matt Dunlop, John Dunn, John Dunn, Marvin B. Dunn, Roy Dupard, Reggie Dupree, Jonathan Duvall, Andy DuVall, Stanley Dykhuizen, David

1958-60 1926, 1928 1920-23 1970-71 1997-99 (Trainer) 1998-2001 (Trainer) 1929 2009-12 1941, 1945-46 2009-12 2003 (Manager) 2001-02 1948-49 1990-91 1980 (Manager) 1950 1925-27 1984-86 1950-52 1942, 1945 1961-62 1969 1973-76 (Trainer) 2004 1930-31 1966 2004-06 1973-75 1975 2008-09 1962-63 1944 1973-75 1917-19 1990-92 1989-90 1970-72 1936-38 1955-57 1970-72 1977 1979-82 1995 1977-78 (Manager) 1923 2012 1976 1937-38 1965 (Manager) 1933 2008 1967-69 1977 2008-09 1985-90 (Trainer) 1977 2004-07 1999-2001 1980-81 2002 (Trainer) 1982-85 1980-82 2011-12 1973-76 1972-74 1989 1975-77 1980-82 (Trainer) 1956-58 1983-85 1982-85 1990-91 1971-73 1939-41 1977, 1980

E Eades, Steven Early, Mickey Echols, Daniel Echols, Wilbur O. Echols, Wilburn O. Eckert, Stanley M. Eckert, Tony Edwards, Roland G. Edwards, Vernon Eidom, Franklin D. Eidson, Grant Eidson, Mike Eixman, John Elder, John F. Eldred, Mark Eldredge, Francis F. Eldridge, Curtis Eliott, John H., Jr. Elizee, Serge Ellen, David Elliot, Lyle B.

1976-77 1973-75 1989-91 1937-39 1970 1959 2004-05 1970 1992-94 1952-54 2002-03 1982-85 1983-86 1939 1993 1947-49 (Manager) 1989-92 1944-46 2007-08 1999 1918

COACHES

OPPONENTS

Ellis, KJ Ellison, Andrew Emanuel, Sacha Embler, Mark Emory, Hackett Emshoff, Josh English, Weldon Enright, Mitch Erxleben, Jeff Esteve, Thomas Etheridge, Joe P. Evans, Dewey Evans, Jason Everest, Alan D. Ewing, George

2007 2008 1996 1975, 1977 1982 (Manager) 2010 1994 2006-09 1997-2000 1984 1946-48 1995-98 1994-97 1970-71 1937

F Fagan, Russell Fairley, Archie Faldon, Devon Fallon, Frank Fambro, Rick Farrar, Kevan Farris, James Farris, Louis A. Favreau, Jordan Fawcett, J.R. Feimster, Garet Felfe, Elmo R. Ferguson, Cara D. Ferguson, Eric Ferguson, Gary K. Ferguson, Joseph Ferguson, Marvin D. Ferguson, Michael D. Ferguson, Thomas Field, Thomas G. Fields, Darryl Fields, Thomas E. Fikes, Robert L. Fincher, Charleton J. Finley, Robert E. Fischer, Robert Fitzgerald, Johnnie Flake, Arlan G. Flake, Thomas Flanigan, Ramon Fleming, Kenneth R. Fleming, Patrick Fleps, Pete Floyd, Robert J. Fly, Scott Fly, Walter R., Jr. Folsom, Robert S. Folsom, Ryan Forbes, Kris Ford, Billy Ford, Gus L. Ford, Mike Ford, Scott Foree, Kenneth, Jr. Forester, George W. Forester, Herschel V. Fort, George L. Fort, Horace B. Foster, Chris Foster, David Foster, Walt Fox, Clement Fox, William W., III Francis, Daniel Franklin, William N. Frase, Rollin G. Fraser, William T., III Frazier, Marquis Free, Jordan Freeman, John W. Freeman, Johnnie Freiburger, Dan Frierson, Byron Fritz, Amandra Fritz, Joe Fross, Cory Fuller, Austin Fuqua, Raymond Futschik, Mark

2005 (Trainer) 1986 1999-2000 (Trainer) 1938-39 1975 1975 1972-73 1956-57 2010 1939-41 2003 (Manager) 1944 1918 1978-81 1957-58 2006 1966 1964, 1966-67 1976 1933-34 2010 1952 1950 1927-28 1934-36 1976-79 2003-06 1960-61 1994-96 (Trainer) 1993-94, 1996-97 1968-70 2007-10 2007-10 1969 1991, 1993 1932 1944, 1947-49 1990 1980 (Trainer) 1999-2002 1917 1977-78, 80 1981-84 1917 1950-52 1949-51 1925-26 1923 (Manager) 2004-05 1998 1977-79 1979-80 1951-53 2002 1948-50 1946 1967-69 2009-11 2009-12 1965-67 1999-2002 1990-92 1981-84 2002-05 (Trainer) 1977-80 (Trainer) 1999-2001 2012 1932-34 1993-95

G Gaines, Ivan Gaiser, George N. Gaither, Greg Galbraith, Shannon Galloway, Andrew Gannon, William D. Garcia, Eddie Gardner, A. Howard Gardner, Greg Gardner, Harry E. Gardner, Julie

1996 1964-66 1992-96 (Trainer) 1991-92 (Trainer) 2007-08 1961-63 1978-81 1916 1989-91 1942 1996-99 (Trainer)

REVIEW Gardner, Tim Garner, Rex Garrett, Elton Garrett, Jay S. Garrett, Kevin Garrett, Randy Gary, David W. Gedwed, Chris Geise, Gerald Gentry, Thomas C. George, Leo George, Rochon Gholson, William H. Gibbons, Olin W. Gibson, Charles W., Jr. Gibson, Mark Gibson, Robert Gibson, Scott Gibson, Walter Gilbert, Garrett Gilbert, Robert R., Jr. Gilder, Gordon A. Giles, Bynum, H. Gilleland, Gregory Frank Giller, Tre Gillis, Gene R. Gilmore, Robert Gipson, William E. Givens, Columbus Glaros, William P. Gleghorn, Courtney Gleiber, Mitchell Glenn, B.C. Glockzin, Clay Glusing, John E. Gober, Kevin Godfrey, Chris Godine, Standley Goen, Monte Goldberg, Gerson H. Gonzales, Joseph Gonzalez, Abel Goode, Randall Goodrich, Robert E., III Goodson, Kenneth P. Goodwin, Fred R. Gordon, Daniel A. Gordon, Matt Gore, Charles Goss, Randall G. Goss, Randy J. Goss, Robert D. Goss, Roland E. Gossett, Britanni Gotcher, Kadie Gottschalk, Ben Graham, David L. Grant, Ken Grantham, Kenneth T. Graves, Allison Graves, John E. Gray, Jeremy Gray, Jerrel D. Gray, Joseph J. Gray, Joseph J. Gray, Rodi Gray, Thomas A., II Greehey, Sid Green, J. Edward Green, Jimmy Green, Ray L. Green, Tim Greenbauer, Hayden Greer, Erwin Gregg, A. Forrest, Jr. Gregg, A. Forrest, Sr. Gregory, Glynn S. Gregory, Jeremy Grenier, Kevin Grider, Blake Griffin, Beverly Griffin, Jerry L. Griffin, Kyle Griffin, Michael Griffin, Robert Griffin, Trey Griner, Heldt H. Gross, Roger S. Guidry, Martin Guillory, Lamonte Gunlock, Jack P. Guthrie, Larry C. Guynes, Henry Guynes, James W., Jr.

RECORDS 1996, 1998-99 1973 1975-78 1967-68 (Manager) 1999-2002 1986 1954-56 1996-97 1937 1954-56 1979 1994-95 1970-71 1973 1964-66 1977-80 1972-73 1979-82 1991 2012 1929-31 1969-70 1917 1985 1989-90 1951-52 2005 1943 2005-07 1969 (Manager) 2005 (Trainer) 1986, 1989 1915-16 2003-04 1959-60 1999-2001 2001-02 1981 1983-85 1924 1999 (Manager) 1941-42 2005-06 1965-67 1936 1946-49 1968-69 1999-2002 (Trainer) 1933-35 1971-73 1971-72 1952-53, 1955 1939-41 2004 (Trainer) 2005 (Trainer) 2010-12 1966 1986 1948 1996-99 (Trainer) 1961-63 2010-12 1970 1937 1937 1975 1958-59 1975-78 1947 1974-75 1960-62 1983-84 2012 1977 1984 1953-55 1958-60 2001-02 (Trainer) 2008-12 1991-93, (Trainer) 1982-84 (Trainer) 1964-66 2005-06 1982 1974-75 2001-03 1921 1962 2003-05 1995-97 1951-53 1969-70 1936-37 1937

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MEDIA

H Hackney, Clint Hackney, Hoyle Hackney, Joe M. Hackney, W. Loretz Hagan, Ron Hagerman, Clifford B. Hagle, James S. Hailey, Robbie R. Hairston, Tom Hake, Mike Hale, Tim Haley, Roscoe Hall, Corter Hall, Mercury Halla, Frank Halla, James T. Halliday, Jack P. Halliday, Sid M. Halpin, Lowell R. Hamberger, John E. Hamilton, Ashley Hamiter, Gene Hammon, Becky Hammon, Marion Hammond, Gary A. Hammond, Mark Hampton, John Handy, Patrick Hanness, Brett Hansen, Albert E. Harder, Marion Hardman, Cleve Hargis, Townsend Hargrave, Harry M. Harkey, Carla Harkey, Jack W. Harlan, William W. Harlow, John Harmon, Bryan Harmon, Rudy Paul Harper, Jamey Harraman, Brent Harrell, Jeffery Harrington, Darren Harris, Fred Elijah Harris, Henry C. Harris, Richard A. Harris, Rico Harris, Sterling Harris, Wylie Harrison, Kenny Hart, Matt Hart, Tracy Hart, William C. Hartnett, Perry Harvey, Jay Harvey, Raliegh L. Hashaway, Gary Hasson, Duke Hatzenbuehler, E. H. Haugum, Dean Hawk, David R. Hawkins, Tony Hawn, James J. Hawn, William A. Hawn, William R. Hawthorne, Gabrielle Hayes, Ahmad Haynes, Bradley Haynes, David Haynes, Michael Haynes, Walter L. Haywood, Adrian Head, Albon O., Jr. Headstreram, David R. Hearon, Charles Heathman, Brian Hellestrae, Dale Helms, Robert F. Henderson, Brandon Henderson, Jeff Henderson, Jessie Henderson, Mike Hendrickson, Ralph Henry, Robert H. Henry, Sidney M. Hensley, Charles M. Hernandez, Daniel Herron, Julian Hervey, A. Claude Jr. Hetherington, Gary Heusel, Scott Hiemenz, Paul Higgins, James B. Hightower, Richard Hill, Claude C., Jr. Hill, David Hill, Greg

1972-74 1927 (Manager) 1958-60 1917 1989-91 1941 1965-67 1954 1952-54 1973-74 1986 1916, 1919 1973 1995-98 1930 1965 1947-49 1942, 1946-47 1967 1946-48 1999 (Trainer) 1930 1994-95 (Trainer) 1928-29, 1931 1969-71 1973 1999-2002 2005-08 2009-12 1951-52 1975 1973-76 (Trainer) 2002-03 1968-70 2002-03 (Trainer) 1943 1962-64 1936-38 1994-97 1985-86 2002-05 1989 1982-83 1989-92 1938-40 1916 1942 2001-02, 2004-05 2001-03 1922 1972-75 1989-91 1996-99 1968-70 1978-81 1993-96 1955-57 1982-85 2004-06 1966-67 (Manager) 1978 1954-55 2004-07 1950-52 1937-38 1930-32 2005-06 (Trainer) 1994-95 2008-11 2005-07 1972 1968-70 2005-06 1966-68 1973-75 1930, 1932 1990-94 (Trainer) 1981-84 1931 (Manager) 2009-12 1998 2005-08 1989-92 1950 1961 1923-24 1957 1995-96 2008 1935 (Manager) 1976 (Manager) 1998-2000 (Trainer) 2006 1968-69 1949-51 1943, 1945-47 1975-78 1989-92


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Hill, Rongea Hillary, Thomas W. Hines, Ben B. Hixson, Charles O., Jr. Hodges, James O. Hodges, Mark Hoffman, Mark Holbrook, Roy Holcomb, Laura Holden, Samuel C. Holder, Bill Holdren, Rand Hollie, Douglas Hollingshead, Tam Holloway, Jamie Holman, Keenan Holmes, Joe Holt, Jene A. Holz, Jason Hooks, Alexander M. Hooks, Robert A. Hooper, Earl Hooper, Ira Hopkins, Wes Horn, Eddie Jr. Horton, Cole Horton, Jene Horton, Leah Houghton, H. Dwight Hover, Chase Howe, Mark Howell, Dennis Howell, Ladelle Hrncir, Trent Huahulu, Evan Hubbard, Greg Hudman, Bryce Hudnall, David Hudson, Ernest Hudson, Ronald Huemiller, Tom Huff, Glen E. Hughes, Ben Hughes, John E. Humble, Mark Hume, Redman Hummell, Ben Humphrey, Rolando Hundley, Terry Hunt, Byron Hunt, Charles Hunt, James R. Hunt, Jason Hunt, Margus Hunt, Richard Hunt, Robert D. Hunt, Travis Hursh, Bruce Hurst, Damon Hutchinson, T.J. Hutshins, Cam Hyatt, Dan

1989-92 1962-63 1917-20 1968-70 1970 2003 1981 1938 1986-89 (Trainer) 1967-69 1996-99 1998 1982-83 1975 2001-04 (Trainer) 2010-12 2007 1943 1993-96 1926-27 1950-51 1974-75 1928-30 1979-82 1975 2003 1991-92 (Trainer) 1998 (Trainer) 1969 2011-12 1974-76 1971-72 1922 2000-2003 2008 1982-84 2006-07, 2009 1968 (Manager) 1926 1982 1989 1922 2010 1961-63 1995-97 1927-28 1984-86 2002-05 1995-98 (Trainer) 1977-80 1976-79 1959-61 1993-94 2009-12 1991 (Trainer) 1958, 1960-61 2003 1975 2006-07 1971 1980 (Manager) 1978 (Trainer)

I Ieremia-Stansbury, Don Imo, Kenneth Ingram, Robert J. Irby, Collis P. Iroh, Frank Irons, Richard B. Ison, Stuart Israel, Larry Ivey, Glenn

2002-05 1995-98 1925 1924 1999 (Manager) 1966 1989-91 1992-93 1994-97

J Jackson, Charles R. Jackson, Chris Jackson, Frank H. Jackson, Jason Jackson, Nolan D. Jackson, Sam N. Jackson, Tony Jackson, William L. Jacobs, Jeffrey James, Chris James, Craig James, Jarrian James, Lynn James, Rick Jamison, Rovert E. Janszen, Michael L. January, Alan D. Jarma, Don Jeane, Lee Jenkins, Vince Bernard Jennings, Kevin Jernigan, Larry W. Johns, Freeman Johnson, Albert

1956-57 1981-84 1958-60 2007-08 1937-38 1931-32 1974-76 1968-70 1984-86 1994-95 1979-82 2000-2003 1986 1994 1952 (Manager) 1965-67 1963-65 1973-74 1980-81 1985-86 1980-81 1963, 1965-66 1973-77 1995-98

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OPPONENTS

Johnson, Arthur A. Johnson, D.D. Johnson, Darius Johnson, Darrin Johnson, Edward Johnson, Gilbert Johnson, H.B. Johnson, Henry H. Johnson, Hiram B. Johnson, Janine Johnson, Jeremy Johnson, Jordan Johnson, Kim Baily Johnson, La'Cori Johnson, Luke Johnson, Mike Johnson, Ray M. Johnson, Russell Johnson, Tim Johnson, Wade Johnson, William E. Johnson, William O. Johnston, Fred A. Johnston, James M. Johnston, Luther P. Joiner, Veronica Jones, Brandon Jones, Desmond Jones, Frank M. Jones, James E. Jones, Milton Jones, Phil Jones, Ralph P. Jones, Rod Jones, Tim Jones, Tyler Jones, Victor Jordan, Arthur Jordan, C. Michael Jordan, Emmett M. Jordan, John D. Joseph, Darius Joyner, Randall Jurecka, Randy Jusko, Mike

1933-35 1999-2000, 2002-03 2010-12 2003-06 1972-73 1947-48 1969 1948 1969-71 1980-82 (Trainer) 2011-12 2007-08 1985-86 2006-08 1997-99 1975 1929-30 1975 1978 1984-85 1927-28 1940-42 1970 1968-69 1939-40 1993-95 (Trainer) 2004-05, 2007 2003-04 1928 1958 1975 1972 1926 1982-85 1977-78 2007-09 2008, 2010-11 1990 1969 1930-32 1968-70 2012 2010-12 1976 1977-80

K Kaifes, Eric Karrington, Brent Kattmann, Bruce C. Katz, Randy Keele, Lacy R. Keener, Tab Keeton, Edgar L. Kelcher, Louie Keller, Walter S. Kelsey, Mike D. Kendrick, James P. Kennedy, Brian Kennedy, Jack Kennedy, Ryan Kennemer, Chase Kennington, Craig Kershaw, Brett Key, Earl Kidd, Brannon Kidd, Marty Kiely, Bill Kieschnick, Brad Kilmer, Tina Kimbrough, John D. Kimbrough, Ned Kincade, Keylon King, Donald King, Geoffery King, P.S. King, Sam B. King, Walter H. King, William J.R. Kirk, Joe A. Kiselak, Dave Kitts, James R. Klemstein, Billy Knebel, Eric Knee, Gary L. Knee, John C. Kneiff, Fred J. Knight, Jon P. Knight, Simeon Knox, Ernest Koenig, Thomas W. Kollar, Chad Kong, Lisa Koontz, George Kotlarich, Pete M. Kovar, Jerome Kreimborg, Jim Krischke, David Kubicek, Robby Kuesel, George K.

1980 2003 1929-30 1976-79 1944 1981 1939-40 1972-74 1954-56 1961 1944, 1948 1992-94 1915 (Manager) 2003-06 2007-09 1982-86 1989 1925-26 1993-96 1989 1989-92 2002-05 1996-97 (Trainer) 1966-67 1925 2000-2003 1982-85 1989-90 1960 1934 (Manager) 1948 1922-24 1968 (Trainer) 1994-95 1918-21 1983-85 1954-55 1968-69 1962-64 1926-28 1949-51 1989, 1991 1973-74 1956-58 1995-97 1998 (Trainer) 1929-31 1944-46 1978-79, 1981-82 2000 1972-73 1992-93 (Trainer) 1970

REVIEW

RECORDS

L Lafitte, Darrell M. LaGrone, John W., Jr. Lairmore, Glenn C. Lamkin, Gus Landers, James E. Lanham, Joe Lasecki, Taylor Laughlin, Rosser T. Lawrie, Chasity Lawson, Ryan Leach, Bobby Lee, B.J. Lee, D.D. Lee, James W. Lee, Nathan Leitko, Mike Leonard, Ryan LeRibeus, Josh Lerner, Josh Lesser, Reid B. Lester, K.P. Leverett, Paul F. Leveridge, Milam, S. Levias, Jerry Levy, Sam J. Lewis, Charles Lewis, Floyd N. Lewis, Marc Lewis, Ryan Leyendecker, Charles S. Lias, Kevin Ligon, Clyde W. Lindbloom, Jason Lindley, A.W. Lindley, Jonathan Lindsey, Galen Line, Bill B., Jr. Line, Zach Linebarger, Thomas Lipke, Eric Lisle, Tom Litowkin, Alex J. Livingston, Andrew Livingston, James W. Livingston, Michael P. Livingstone, William E., III Lobo, Sean Loftin, Cole Loftus, Mike Lomenick, Matt Long, Louie Long, William Longoria, Derek Lott, David H. Love, Kevin Love, Ross J. Love, Ross J., Jr. Loveless, Bobby K. Lovett, Brian Lowe, Kenneth C. Lowery, Devin Lowey, Tom Loyd, Paul B. Lucas, William F. Luce, Scott Luker, Kelan Lunday, Bryce Lynch, Efrem Lynch, W.C.

1951-53 1964-66 1932 1973-74 1951 1929 2012 1932-34 1996-97 (Trainer) 1989-92 1981-84 2008 2001-03, 2005 1957 (Manager) 1995 1971-73 2007 2008-09, 2011 1995 1968-69 1915 1953 (Manager) 1945 1966-68 1943 1978 1946-48 1990-91 1994 (Trainer) 1954-56 1995-96 1950-52 1992-95 1929 2004-07 1975-76 1968-70 2009-12 1982-84 1948-49 1978-79 1952-53 1983-85 1968 1965-67 1954-56 2006-08 2012 2011-12 1989 1928-30 1992-93 (Trainer) 2012 1941 (Manager) 1989-92 1926-28 1957 1957-59 1989-90 1957-59 2004-07 1974-75 1966-67 1954 1980-82 (Manager) 1999, 2001 2008, 2010-11 1981 1926

M Maag, John A. Maddox, Robert D. Magers, Harold J. Magness, James Magnum, Murray P. Mahew, James H. Makinde, Victor Maley, Howard E. Mallory, Young B. Mallouf, Raymond L. Malonson, Marcus Mandungu, Nkumu Mann, Gerald C. Mann, Terence Mapps, James Mapps, Raymond E. Marion, James, E. Mark, Gerald Markette, Joe B. Marquardt, Walt Marrs, E.M. Marshall, David Marshall, John W. Marshall, Norman Martin, DeMyron Martin, Grady E. Martin, Jed Cameron

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1963-65 1940-41 1963-65 1923-25 1941 1951 2005-06 1941-42, 1945 1916 (Manager) 1938-40 1989-90, 1992-93 1996-98 1925-27 1983-86 2006-07 1970-72 1948, 1950 1986 1942 1980-82 1918-19 1977-80 1953-55 1958-60 2005-08 1942 1985-86

HISTORY Martinez, Mark Mason, Mike Mason, Weldon M. Massey, Richuel Masters, Ray D. Masterson, Ken Mathis, Ryan Matthews, Clifford W. Maurer, Jim Maxon, Alvin Maxwell, Charles L., Jr. Maxwell, Douglas I. May, Albert L. May, Terry M. Mayes, Eric Reagan Mays, Gerald A. McAdams, Gordon McAdams, Michael McAlister, Oran H. McAtee, Harvey McCall, Bond McCallum, Arthur N. McCann, Bryan McCarthy, James McClain, Clinton McCleneghen, Andrew McClintock, Milton E. McClure, Amy McCorstin, George L. McCown, Josh McCoy, David S., Jr. McCray, Wilton McCullough, Darrell D. McDade, Clarence McDade, Robert Roerique McDearman, Bryan McDearman, Rusty McDermott, J.J. McDonald, Earl McElroy, Deyon McFarland, John A., Jr. McGee, Ervin McGinnis, Stephen S. McGraw, Brendan McIlhenny, Donald B. McIlhenny, Lance McIlhenny, Lott McIntosh, John R. McIntyre, Sally McJunkin, Blake McKinney, Andrew McKinney, Kevin Miles McKinney, Will McKinnie, Mac McKinnon, Randy McKissack, James R. McKnight, Alva F. McLarty, Seth A. McLeod, W.H. McMillan, Marshall K. McMinn, Clarance B. McMurtray, Chris McNeal, Shawnbrey McNutt, Jack McWilliams, Ronald O. Meador, Edward F. Medellin, Rene A. Medlen, Norman R. Medlen, Ron M. Medlin, Joseph Medlock, Wesley Meletio, James T. Melle, Joe Mendez, Daniel Mentzel, Ryan Meredith, Joseph D. Merrill, Sam B. Merritt, Dan Merritt, Ronald W. Meyer, Johnny R. Meyer, Ralph Meyers, John C. Michell, David C. Milam, Zohn S. Miles, Cecil R. Miller, A.J. Miller, Eugene Miller, Harding W. Miller, Harry S. Miller, Jack D. Miller, Joseph A. Miller, Louis T. Mills, Gale E. Mills, Kenneth J. Mitchell, Bo Levi Mitchell, Darren Mitchell, David C. Mitchell, Donald Mitchell, Mike L.

MEDIA 1989-90, 1992 1978-80 1929-31 2004-05 1955-57 1984-85 1989 1936-38 1983-87 (Trainer) 1971-73 1920 1916-17 1915 1966-68 1985-86 1958-60 1980-81 2002-03 (Manager) 1962-64 1980-81 1982 (Trainer) 1958-60 2006-09 1998-2001 1939-40 2012 1943-46 1998-99 (Trainer) 1945 1998-2000 1944-45 2004-07 1973 1982-83 1985-86 1998-2001 1971 2011 1922 2008 1944 2003 1968-69 1998-99 1953-55 1980-83 1979-82 1923-24 1995-99 (Trainer) 2008-12 2005-08 1984-86 1997-98, 2000 1993-96 2011 1946-49 1917-19 1970-72 1932 1968-69 1941-42 2002-05 2009 1932 1944 1941 1958-61 1964-65 1964-66 2000 2002-04 1943-45 2006 (Trainer) 1999 (Manager) 2002-05 1957-59 1916 1995-98 1963-65 1970-71 1982 (Manager) 1934, 1936 1956 1946, 1948-49 1944-45 1986 1921 1941-42 1962-63 1951-53 1960-62 1951-53 1952 1930-32 2008-09 1981, 1983-83 1958 1995-98 1966-68


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PLAYERS

Mitchell, Wilbert 1993-96 Mizell, William A., Jr. 1945, 1948 Mobley, James 1979-81 Moczygemba, Ryan 2007-10 Moffett, John 1982-84 (Trainer) Mojica, Robert 2009-10 Montgomery, Franklin R., Jr. 1985-86 Moodley, Ruben 2000-03 Moon, David E. 1945-48 Mooney, Tom 1977-78 (Manager) Moore, Dale E. 1951-53 Moore, David J. 1966 Moore, Eric 1980-81 Moore, Jackson 1994-96 Moore, James D. 1944 (Manager) Moore, Jared 1978-81 Moore, Jimmy L 1966-68 Moore, Jimmy 1995-96 Moore, Michael W. 1963-65 Moore, Shaun 2008 Moore, Sterling 2009-10 Moore, Todd 1981 Moreland, Jesse E. 1917 (Manager) Moreman, Dan M. 1966-67 Morgan, Cagan 1992-95 Morgan, Cecil H. 1959, 1961 Morgan, Jeremy 1995-98 Moro, Osomu 1998-2001 (Trainer) Morris, Chris 1984-86 Morris, Earl 2002 Morris, Phil 1974 (Trainer) Morris, Ron 1983-86 Morris, Wayne 1972-75 Morrison, Blackstone L. 1923-24 Morrison, Cobby 1984-86 Morrison, John R. 1937 Morrow, William W. 1964 Morse, Michael 2008-09 Morstead, Thomas 2006-08 Morton, Dustin 2006 Morton, Stephan 1972-74 Moten, Gary 1979-82 Motes, Kenneth E. 1964-66 Mounts, Roderick Bud 1985-86 Moxley, William C., Jr. 1947 Mudd, Donald 1976-78 Mulbah, Asatu 2006 (Trainer) Mullenweg, William H. 1938-40 Mullins, Larry J. 1964-66 Mumphrey, Johnathan 1990-93 Munlin, Foy 2004 Munn, Max 1995 Muns, Matt 2002 Murff, Billy C. 1960 Murphey, Merlyn M. 1954 Murphy, Danny 1999 Murphy, Ken 1975-76 Muse, Cory 2005-07 Muse, Pete 1975-78 Musgrove, Curtis, Jr. 1950-51 (Manager) Musslewhite, Benton 1950-52 Musslewhite, David C. 1956-58 Myers, Anthony 1975 Myers, Jack M. 1940

N Nady, D. Gary Namdar, Brad Neal, Eric Neal, William Ned, Tony Neeley, Alfred D. Neeley, Richard Neill, Ken Neill, Pat H. Nekuza, Michael C. Nelson, Gary Nelson, Isaiah Nelson, Norman L., Jr. Nelson, Walter Newman, Clinton D. Newman, Michael Newman, Tom R. Newsome, Tony Newton, Neil L. Nichols, Albert G., Jr. Nichols, Fred Nichols, George Shon Nichols, Rich Nikolopolous, Victoria Nisbet, Jay Nix, Charles Nix, Doyle E. Nnabuife, Alvin Noble, James W. Nobles, Joe Noebel, Scott Norton, Jerry R. Nutt, Duane D.

1972 2011 2002-03 1915 1991-94 1929-31 1980-82 1992-95 1958-60 1968-70 1975-78 1991, 1993-94 1960-61 1922 (Manager) 1960 1989-90 (Trainer) 1921 1997-98 1920-22 1959-61 1980-83 1985-86 1998-2000 2001 (Trainer) 1989 1978-80 (Trainer) 1953-54 2001, 2003-05 1943 1973-75 1977 1951-53 1952-54

COACHES

OPPONENTS

Nwabuike, Uchenna Nwisienyi, John

REVIEW 2011 2008

O O’Beirne, Clarence B., Jr. O’Brien, Ed O’Brien, Harold E. O’Connell, John P. O’Meara, Brian Oden, John H. Odiari, Alex Odom, Layton H. Oefinger, Roy D. O'Guin, Michael Okeke, Uzo Okerland, Beth Oldfield, April Olitsky, Sandra Oliver, Ed C. Oliver, L.J. Olson, Jeannie O’Neill, Shane O’Neill, Steve Orr, James Orr, Maurice, S. Ortez, Clifford Osborn, Norbert Ownby, Roy K., Jr. Oyler, Robert R.

1939 (Manager) 1980 1953-55 1967-69 1981-83 1973 2008 1921 1964-65 2010 1989-92 1989 (Trainer) 1998 (Trainer) 1984-86 (Trainer) 1932 (Manager) 1931-32 1982 (Trainer) 1999-2001 2000 1999-2002 1933-35 1972 1986, 1989 1942 1962-64

P Pace, Roy L Padron, Kyle Page, David Page, Paul E. Pahulu, Alex Palmer, Wayne Parham, Chris Park, Roy W. Parker, Chales L. Parker, Cornell Parker, Emily Parker, Howard I. Parker, Robert C. Parker, Robert Parker, Stephen B. Parks, A. Jack Parks, Chris Parks, Frederick R. Parr, Rodney G. Parrott, G. Stephen Partee, Buford L. Partee, Dennis F. Pasqua, Joe B. Patman, Johnson Patrick, Ramona Patterson, Dan M. Patterson, Joseph I. Patton, Chad Patton, Sam Payne, Frank C. Payne, Frank C., Jr. Pearson, Arnett Pechal, Julius M. Pederson, Lance Pedrosa, Darren Peel, Warren R. Pellerin, Reynaldo Pennington, Jeff Perez, Ines J. Perkins, Blake Perry, Charles W., Jr. Perry, Harold Perry, Tony Peterson, Eric Peterson, Lance Pettaway, Don Peveto, Brad Peveto, Caleb Phillips, Chris Phillips, Dominique Phillips, Jerome K. Phillips, Joe Phillips, Keith Phillips, Leamon A. Phillips, Reginald Phillips, Rodnick Pickens, Gary Pierce, Frank B. Pierce, Grahm L. Pipkins, Jason Pittman, Torlan Pleasant, Marquis Poirot, Rodney L. Polk, William L. Pollet, Leyton Pool, Julius L. Poole, Scott Pope, John

1952-53 2009-10 2000-01 1945-48 1997-98 1942 2007-09 1915 1943 1992-95 1999 (Trainer) 1947 1946 2010 1973 (Trainer) 1925-26 2010-12 1945-47 (Manager) 1959 1969 1950-52 1965-67 1938, 1940-41 1998-2001 1999 (Manager) 1936-38 1919-21 1990-93 1991 1921, 1923 1946-49 1924 1946-47 1977-80 1991 1918 2003-06 1996-99 1966-67 1995-98 1949-50 1975-78 1975 2000-02 1989-90 (Trainer) 1978 1983-86 2004-07 2003 1997-2000 (Trainer) 1964-66 1984-85 1976-77 (Manager) 1936-37 1980, 1982-84 1996-99 1976-78 1918 1917-20 1998, 2000-01 2008-09, 2011-12 1983-85 1966 1958-60 1999 (Manager) 1943 1990-92 (Trainer) 2004-05

Pope, Kevin Pope, Raymond D. Popelka, Robert E. Portillo, Bruce W. Poslick, McKinzie Post, Chris Poston, Blake Poulos, Stanley G. Pouncy, Gene Pouncy, Joe Powell, David J. Powell, Malcolm E. Poynter, Ben Poynter, Tommy Pratt, Markus Price, Joe Price, Leroy Price, Mitchell Priddy, William R. Pryor, Gene Pulattie, Francis W.

RECORDS 2011-12 1938-40 1970-72 1967-69 2004-05 (Trainer) 1999-2001 2012 1968-69 1972 1972 1950-52 1928-30 2004-07 2006, 2008 1998-2000 1931 2000-01 1986 1921 (Manager) 1986 1946

Q Quinn, Hal M. Quinn, Robert E.

1950 1945

R Raborn, Carroll M. Radford, Eddie Raines, Arthur, L. Rainey, John D. Ramsey, J. Theodore Ramsey, Robert E. Randall, Drew Randell, Don R. Randle, Derrice Randle, Mike Randolph, Shakiel Ranspot, Keith E. Rash, Nick Rasmussen, Robert Rasor, Edgar R. Ray, Earl W. Ray, John H. Ray, T. Seborn Rea, Kenny Redman, David D., Jr. Reece, William T. Reed, Derrick Dwight Reed, Raymond W. Reed, Robert M. Reed, Samuel H. Reed, Taylor Reel, Ronald M. Reese, Albert Reese, Darrell Reese, Guy P. Reeves, Jimmy L. Reindl, Steve Reinking, Richard P. Reinowski, Paul R. Reisor, Lawrence E. Renshaw, Horace Rentzel, Chris Revis, Norm Reynolds, Edward E., Jr. Rhinehart, Jacoby Rhoads, Jack D. Rhodes, Zach Rhome, Jerry B. Rice, Douglas Clinton Rice, Sam Richards, Billy G. Richards, Dave Richardson, Courtney Richardson, Harold L. Richardson, J,R. Richardson, Michael W. Richardson, Terry Don Richey, John N. Richter, Reichard R. Riedel, David Riley, Corey Riley, David L Riley, James C. Riley, Karon Riley-Ayers, Gareth Rios, Roy Rippey, William M. Rising, Major W. Risko, Robby Ritz, Todd Roach, John G. Roach, John L. Roan, Oscar Robb, James Y., Jr. Roberds, Gene O. Robertson, Ronnie Robinson, Aldrick

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1934-35 1982 1962-63 1967-70 (Trainer) 1940-41 1942, 1946-47 1989-92 1970-72 1999-2001 1980 2012 1935-37 2004 (Trainer) 1978 1941-42 1965-66 1932 1926-28 1989-92 1943 1945 1985-86 1921 1960 1927-28 2009-12 1963-65 1983-86 1982-85 1959-61 1961 2000-03 1945-47 1964 1922-24 1917-19 1966 1981-83 1956 (Manager) 1995-98 1960-62 2007 1961 1984-86 2012 1946, 1949-50 1984-86 1998-99 1966-67 2011 1966-68 1969 1961-63 1937 1989-90 (Trainer) 1999-2001 1951-52 1930-32 1996 2012 1997-98 1950-52 1957-59 1989-92 1991 1954-55 1926-27 1972-74 1950-51 1948, 1950 1973-74 2007-10

HISTORY

MEDIA

Robinson, Calvin Robinson, DeAndrea Robinson, James Lee Robinson, James S., Jr. Robinson, James Robinson, John Andrew, Jr. Robinson, Keith Robison, Eulis C. Roderick, John W. Rogers, Cameron Rogers, David L. Rogers, David Rogers, James Jr. Rogers, Justin Rogers, Mack Rohlfs, Paul Rolf, Robert N. Rollins, Arthur H. Rollwage, John O. Romo, Jerad Romo, Mike Roundtree, Daniel Rosales, Oscar Rosenthal, Ken Ross, Haskell E. Rossley, Mick Rote, William K. Rudolph, Harold L. Rumley, John L. Rushbrook, Matt Russell, Charles S. Russell, Harvey N., Jr. Russell, I.D. Russell, James O. Russell, Sammy Ruthstrom, Ralph D. Rutledge, Jonas Ryan, Chuck Ryan, James P.

1994 1994-95 1971-72 1955 2000 1984-86 2008-09, 2011-12 1956-58 1963, 1965 2009-12 1970-71 1977 1954-55 (Manager) 2003-06 1971-72 1975 (Manager) 1949 (Manager) 1970-71 1944 2004-05 1989-91 2012 1989-91 1976-79 1932-33 1991-94 1948-50 1957 1959-60 2000, 2002-04 1949 1949-51 1949-51 1933-35 1972-75 (Trainer) 1944 2000-03 1974-75 1970-72

S Sada, Marcello Sanders, Chris Sanders, Emmanuel Sanders, George B Sanders, Henry J Sanders, Jack Sanders, Stephon Sanders, Wayland Sanders, William T. Sato, Naoky Saufley, Victor Sawyer, Trent Savage, Randy Scanlon, Kerry Schaerdel, William Schavrda, Chase Schick, Lincoln Schmitt, Thomas Schoenke, Raymond F. Schroeder, Cody Schulgen, Sean Schulte, Rickey Schultz, Leon H. Scoggins, Randy Scott, Jay Scott, Joe B. Scott, Louis C. Scott, Paul B. Scott, Stewart Scott, Warren Scotti, Anthony Scottino, Paschal, J. Seals, Robert Sebeck, Jerry D. Secor, Albert Seeker, Luke Sennette, Chad Sepulveda, Donnie Shaelman, Tony Shapard, Barnard Shapiro, Ed Sharrock, Jerry D. Shaw, James H. Shaw, Rufus Shaw, Truxton L. Shaw, Wanda Shaw, Wayne Shaw, William A. Shea, Greg Sheets, Alan Sheilds, James Shelton, Derrek Shelton, Michael, D. Shelton, Mike Shelton, Thomas Shepard, Kevin Sheppard, Henry Sherer, David M., Jr.

2010 1997-98 2006-09 1936-38 1927-29 1936, 1938-39 2011-12 1922 1934-36 1989-90 (Trainer) 1927-29 2006 1972-74 1995-96 1927-28 1997-2000 2010-11 1982-86 (Trainer) 1960-62 1993 1997 1980-82 1944-45 1971 2010-12 1941-42, 1946 1970-71 1919-20 1982 1993-96 1994-97 1934-36 2012 1960 1976 2012 1996 1990-92 (Trainer) 1982, 1984-86 1921 1973-74 1957-58 1968-69 1972 1931 1972 1942-43 1943 1991-93 2004 (Trainer) 1999 (Trainer) 1978 1969 1971 1978-81 (Trainer) 1992-94 1973-75 1957-58


OUTLOOK Sherick, Richard Dwight Sherman, Eugene H. Sherwin, Thomas W. Shields, James Shuford, Harry A. Silverthorn, Kris Simes, Hoyle, A. Simmonds, Zac Simmons, John C. Simmons, John J. Simmons, Marcello Simon, Victor Simonton, Jason Simpson, Cowden K. Simpson, Rusty Simpson, Wayne Sims, Steve Sitton, James J. Skeeters, William T. Slankard, Wayne C. Slaten, Joey Slater, Corey Slaughter, Byron Slaughter, Sidney L. Sledge, Zack Sloan, Benson Sloan, Seth Smart, Justin Smith, Anthony Smith, Blane Smith, Braden Smith, Burnie Smith, Cameron Smith, Chase Smith, Elvin M. Smith, Gary Smith, J. David Smith, Jacques Smith, James L. Smith, James R., Jr. Smith, Jesse F. Smith, Jimmy L. Smith, Jimmy W. Smith, Michael Smith, Rhea Smith, Robert P. Smith, Robert T. Smith, Ryan Smith, Steve Smith, Steve Smith, Steven H. Smith, Wade Smith, Warren N. Smith, Whit Snowden, Clint Solombrino, Marty Sorrell, Justin Sowe, Anthony Spain, Truman F. Spillman, Andy Spivey, Lee Sprague, Charles C. Sprague, Howard Sprague, John F. Spretz, Chad Squires, William R., Jr. St. Clair, Walter G. Stackhouse, Arianna Stamps, William Standifer, Charles T. Staniland, Steve Stankovich, B.J. Stanley, David Staples, Pelham P., III Stapp, William I. Stark, Richard A. Starnes, Charles N. Stephens, Kenny Stephenson, Trent Stevens, J. Alton Stevens, Josh Steward, Hugh L. Stewart, Don M. Stewart, James H. Stewart, John Stewart, Leslie L. Stewart, Maco C. Stewart, William R. Stidger, Johnny F. Stier, Fred M. Stinton, Seth Stockton, John Stollenwerck, John Stollenwerck, Logan H. Stollenwerck, Logan H., Jr. Stollenwerck, Sam S. Stone, Matt Storey, Mindi Stout, Jeremy

PLAYERS 1985-86 1959-60 1961-63 1998-2000 (Trainer) 1933-35 1971-72 1939-40 2004 1977-80 1970 1989-92 1980-81 1996-99 1940-42 1999 1974-76 1972 1963-65 1928-30 1956-57 1998-2001 2006 1990-93 1955-57 2005-07 2006 2008 2007-08, 2010 1977-80 1978, 1980-82 2009-10 1946 2011 2006 1922 1978-82 1969 1990-94 1931, 1933-34 1933-35 1956-57 1977-78 1953-55 1972-74 1925 (Manager) 1931-32 1972-74 2009-12 1971 1974-77 (Manager) 1959 1994-95 1943 1982-83 1995-98 1989-92 2010-11 2007-08 1933-35 1989 1978-80 1936-38 1930-32 1934-35 1992-93 1944-45 1941 1994-96 (Trainer) 1933-35 1964-66 1980-81 1990-91, 1993-94 1983-84 1968 1936 1973-75 1938 (Manager) 1971 2002 1922 1997-2001 (Trainer) 1954, 1956 1956, 1959 1921-23 1991-93 1961-62 1933-35 1964-66 1936-38 1964 1995-97 1997 (Trainer) 1986 1922-24 1949-51 1951-53 2011 1997-99 (Trainer) 1990-93

COACHES

OPPONENTS

Stringer, James F., Jr. Stubblefield, Dwight L. Stufflebeme, John D. Sturdivant, Joe Sturdivant, Paul Stutts, Joe D. Sullivan, Billy R. Sullivan, John L. Surcek, Robby Sutphin, Cecil N. Sutton, Jeff Suzuki, Ayaka Swain, Randy Swann, Craig Sweet, Horace Swofford, Derek Swope, James Szymanski, Matt

1967-69 1962 (Trainer) 1935-36 2003-06 1976 1968-70 1947, 1949-50 1936, 1938 1989 (Trainer) 1945-47 1976-77 2006 (Trainer) 1981 1992-96 1916 2002-04 1942 2009-10

T Tabor, Michael M. Tate, Willis M. Tatum, Robert E. Taylor, Jackson Taylor, James B. Taylor, Jay Taylor, Jim Bob Taylor, Sherri Taylor, Tyree Temples, David Tennison, Bryce Terrance, Vernon L. Terrell, Charles T. Terrell, Darryl Lynn Terry, Doug Terry, Glen C. Thebeau, Rachel Therien, Troy Theus, Waldo Thomas, Bennie Thomas, Bill Thomas, Daniel L., Jr. Thomas, David L. Thomas, Elmer Earl Thomas, Franky Thomas, Guy Thomas, H. Bascom Thomas, John Thomas, Lewis H. Thomas, Stephen Thomas, Zac Thompson, Alan Thompson, Der'rikk Thompson, J. Cleo Thompson, Jesse Thompson, Mark Thompson, Omar Thompson, Taylor Thompson, Ted Thornal, Kevin Thornhill, Lynn W. Threadgill, Andrew J. Threadgill, Robert E. Thrift, Dustan Thurston, Guy Tinsley, M.L. Tipton, Lester B. Todd, Alex N. Tolbert, Emanuel Tomlin, Eric Toole, Ed Townsend, Rodney Travis, Kenneth Traylor, David Trigg, Charles H. Tucker, Blake C. Tunnell, Larry W. Tunnell, Winfred, L. Turk, Paul G. Turner, Bryan Turner, Darold Turner, Fred Turner, Kelly Turner, Logan Turner, Robert A.

1963-65 1930-31 1925-27 2005-08 1963-64 2001-02 1979 2005-06 (Trainer) 1995-98 1981 2008-11 1929-30 1957-59 1985-86 1972 1965 2006 (Trainer) 2005-06 1979-81 2008-10 1972-74 1962-64 1969 1985-86 1984-86 1972-75 1916 1970-73 (Trainer) 1915 1989-90 2008 1991-92 (Trainer) 2011-12 1916 1916 1983 1989-91 2008-11 1972-74 1993-96 1964-66 1933 (Manager) 1930 (Manager) 2001-04 (Trainer) 1982-83 1941 1933-35 1960 1976-79 1992-95 1980 (Manager) 1993-95 1930-32 1994 (Trainer) 1926-28 1953-55 1968-69 1939-41 1952 2003-04 1978-79 2004-06 2008-11 2008 1933-35

REVIEW

V Vadheim, Colin Valdez, Edward Van Derven, Bruce Vann, Robert F. Vasquez, Chip Vaughn, William Viloria, Vic Vincent, Mark Vinsant, Paul A. Vinson, Cedric Visinsky, David Visor, John Visosky, Adam Voosen, Mark Voyles, Adam

1998-2000 1967 1989-92 1948-50 1991 1925 1998, 2000-02 1984-86 1943 2002, 2004 1996-97 1922 2008 2009-12 1990-93

W Wade, Howard M. Waggoner, Allen B. Wagley, William E. Wagoner, Charles Waida, Gregory A. Wales, Herbert V., Jr. Walker, Doyce A. Walker, Ewell Doak Walker, Grover C., Jr. Walker, Ken Walker, Mario Walker, Robert C. Walker, Ryan Walker, Val Joe Wallace, Carl P. Wallace, Mike Walling, Billy G. Walling, Herbert A. Wallis, Tate Walterscheid, Adam Ware, Derwin Warren, Blake Washington, Greg Washington, Russell Washington, Wendell Waters, Lindsley, Jr. Watkins, Rodney Watters, George Watters, Harry B. Watters, Robert L. Watters, Robert Lee Watts, Toby Waxman, David Weant, Lee H. Weatherford, Billy Weatherford, William E. Weaver, Nicole Weaver, Walter H. Weber, Garry A. Weeks, Kris Welborn, Garry Welch, James E. Welch, Robert T. Wells, Joe Wells, John Wertheimer, Lewis J. Wesson, Ricky West, David West, Joseph D., Jr. West, Robert H. Westbrook, Larry W. Westerfield, Butler Wetsel, Jesse C., Jr. Weyman, Robert White, Ben D., Jr. White, Connie Mac White, Donald R. White, Joe T. White, Robert G. White, Willard K.

U Unger, Dominik Upshaw, Jim Urbanus, Chris

RECORDS

1986 1972 2004-05

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1924-26 1956-57 1942 1979 1973 (Manager) 1949 1960-62 1945, 1947-49 1949 1971 2006-08 1931 2012 1950-52 1947-49 1986 1943 1922-24 2002-03 1998-2001 1989-92 2003-06 1974, 1977 1979-82 1995-97 1937 (Manager) 1991-94 1924-25 1927-28 1925 1984-86 1986 2009 (Student SID) 1935-36 1971 1946, 1948-49 2005 (Trainer) 1965, 1970-71 1956-57 2012 1980-83 (Trainer) 1957-59 1949 1989-91 1978-79 1952 (Manager) 1973-76 1986 1957-59 (Manager) 1961-63 (Manager) 1960 1916 1933-35 1975-76 1949-51 1963, 1965-66 1966, 1968 1969-70 1972-73 1936 (Manager)

HISTORY

MEDIA

Whitehead, Forrest Whitehill, Brian Whitener, Charles C. Whitmore, James Whitten, John C. Whittington, Arthur Wiese, Riley C. Wilburn, Erwin Wilemon, David L. Wilemon, Tirey, C., Jr. Wilk, Larry Wilkerson, Terrance Williams, Billy Jack Williams, Brandon Williams, Gene Williams, James L. Williams, Jared Williams, Justin Williams, Keith Williams, Melvin Williams, Troy Willis, Justin Willis, Mitch Wilmot, George Y. Wilson, David R. Wilson, Dray Wilson, Jackie Wilson, Jerry L. Wilson, Jon Wilson, Larry Wilson, Ollie, E. Wilson, Robert E., Jr. Wilson, Roderick Wilson, Stanley Wilson, Sterling Wimbley, Rishaad Wise, Benjamin Wisenbaker, Matt Wolcott, Ryan Wolf, Jason Wolf, William R. Womack, Donte Wood, Bill Wood, James E. Wood, Sam E., III Wood, Zach Woodard, Warwick Woods, Jeff Worthen, Cody Wright, Darrian Wright, James Wright, Jim S. Wright, Steve Wright, William D. Wyatt, Brady T., Jr. Wyatt, Harry M.

1922 1993-94 1970-72 1992-95 1962 (Trainer) 1974-77 1960 (Manager) 1991-94 1957-58 1957-59 1975-76 (Manager) 2008-09, 2011 1999-2002 1995-96 1975-76 1940 (Manager) 2011 1999-2002 2003 2001-04 1991, 1993-94 2006-07 1980-83 1964-66 1963 1994-96 1981-82 1966-67 1996 1991-94 1943-46 1933-35 1986 1980 1980-82 2011-12 1982-83 1989-92 2006 1989-92 1950 (Manager) 1994-97 1972-74 1966-67 1948-50 2012 1994-97 1999 2011-12 2011-12 1975-77 1941-42, 1946 1980 1968-70 1959 1970

Y Yenga, Youri Yenga, Jonathan Yoakum, Lee M. Young, Jimmy Young, Samuel H. Young, Warren

2007-10 2012 1957-58 1986 1939-41 1995-99 (Trainer)

Z Zachary, Foye A. Zachary, Michelle Zamorano, Alex Zant, James H. Zant, William Zaragoza, Christian Zartman, Walter James Zimmerman, Zach Zively, Walter P., Jr. Zoch, George A. Zollinger, Amanda

1932 1994-95 (Trainer) 1989 (Trainer) 1916 1918-20 1972 1984-86 2007-08 1952 (Manager) 1970-71 1990-92 (Trainer)


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

MEDIA

MUSTANGS BY THE NUMBERS 1

6

10

13

J.M. Brooks (1920-23) Chris Butler (2007-10) Eddie Garcia (1978-81) Kevin Garrett (1999-02) Arrius Holleman (2011-12) Roderick Jones (1982-85) Mark Martinez (1989-92) Marcus Mosley (1998) Chris Parks (2010-12) Ken Rosenthal (1976-79) Fred Turner (2003-07) Donte Womack (1993-97) Jimmy Young (1986)

Henry Andrade (1980-82) Tony Black (1976-77) James Collier (1979) Richard Crawford (2011) Daniel Echols (1989) Rico Harris (2000-05) Duke Hasson (2005) Andrew Livingston (1983-85) Bryan McCann (2006-09) Jonathan Mumphrey (1990-93) Stephen Nelson (2011-12) Tony Newsome (1997-99) L.E. Reisor (1922-24) Courtney Richardson (1996) Calvin Robinson (1994) DeAndrea Robinson (1995) Daniel Roundtree (2012) Harrison Smitson (1978) Matt Szymanski (2010) C.R. Williams (1925)

Kyle Blanton (2000) Byron Collins (1982-83) Rock Dennis (2008-09) Mark Eldred (1992-93) Mike Ford (1977-80) Ned Frederick (1981) Randall Goode (2005-06) Clint Hackney (1973-74) Daniel Hernandez (1996) Chuck Hixson (1967-70) Ty Hudnall (1995) Chayse Joubert (2010-11) Simeon Knight (1989-91) Ajee Montes (2012) Eric Morris (1984-85) Casey Ortez (1971-72) Roy Rios (1997-98) Matt Rushbrook (2000-04) Kenneth Stauely (1925) John Tavarez (2011) Mac White (1963-64, 1966) Ryan Wolcott (2006) Chuck Zars (2003)

Jack Balette (1990) Greg Ballard (1989) Richard Bartel (2002-03) Bill Bollinger (1973) Keith Brooks (1982-85) Chris Castro (2009-11) Billy Cloud (1939) Kyle Guinyard (2011-12) Alvin Ellington (1930) Mike Hennessy (1976-77) Gene Huff (1922) Johnny Joplin (1979) Ox Key (1925-26) Mark Lewis (1991-92) Alex Odiari (2008) Carroll Roberts (1935) Jerad Romo (2004-05) Chase Schavrda (1998-00) John Stollenwerck (1986) Wendell Washington (1996-97) Will Womble (1994) John Woodward (1933)

2 De'Von Bailey (2007-08) Korey Beard (1989-92) Mark Buter (1976) Chris Campbell (1993-95) Marcus Carter (1999-00) ShanDerrick Charles (2002-03) Eddie Garcia (1978-79) Julian Garret (1922) Kenneth Imo (1996-98) Eddie Kaifes (1980-81) Don King (1982-85) Sterling Moore (2009-10) Kyle Padron (2009-11) Justin Sorrell (2011) Blake Warren (2004-06) Roderick Wilson (1986) Jonathan Yenga (2012)

3 Brandy Brownlee (1984-86) John Cravens (1964) Crider (1925) Jeff Harrel (1982-83) Jeff Herold (1981) Chris James (1993-95) Chipper Johnson (1969-71) Darius Johnson (2009-12) Devin Lowery (2004-07) Bo Levi Mitchell (2008) Dennis Partee (1965-67) Kevin Pope (2011-12) Jacoby Rhinehart (1996-98) Jonas Rutledge (1999-03) Scott Tatom (1976) Derwin Ware (1989-92) F.C. Whitehead (1922) Sterling Wilson (1978)

4 Raymon Brown (1997-99) Richie Butler (1989-93) Ben Crosland (1994-95) Kellis Cunningham (2006-09) Gehrig Dieter (2012) Tony Eckert (2004-05) Columbus Givens (2005-07) Jeremy Gray (2010-12) Ricky Green (1976) William King (1925) Ted Likes (1979-80) Bryce Lunday (2008-11) Curtis Mann (1996) Ruben Moodley (2000-03) Mitchell Price (1986) Darrell Reese (1982-85)

5 John Biggins (1993-94) Johnnie Freeman II (1999-02) Albert Johnson (1995-98) Randall Joyner (2012) Eugene Lindsey (1922) Tom Lisle (1977-79) Cole Loftin (2010-12) J.R. McConico (2009) Wilton McCray (2004-07) Randy McKinnon (2011) Ricky Joe Meeks (2003) Reginald Phillips (1980-84) Mike Romo (1989-92) John Stollenwerck (1985) Zach Zimmerman (2006-09)

7 Mitchell Bennett (1979-80) John Biggins (1990) Malcolm Borienghi (1989) E.J. Drewery (2009) Darryl Fields (2010) Kevin Garrett (1998) David Haynes (2005-07) Mark Humble (1996-97) Lynn James (1985-86) Tim Jones (1977-78) Bobby Leach (1981-84) B.J. Lee (2008) Kelan Luker (1999-02) R. McIntosh (1922-24) Chris Phillips (2003-06) Jay Scott (2010-12) Fla Strawn (1976) Der’rik Thompson (2011-12) Troy Williams (1992-95)

8 Ryan Armstrong (2009) Steve Dunne (1978) Bill Embody (2010) Ramon Flanigan (1992-97) Gary Hashaway (1981-85) L. Howell (1922) Ken Jackson (1979) Chuck Jaggers (1976) Arthur Jordan (1990-91) DeMyron Martin (2005-08) Ervin McGee (2003-04) Shawnbrey McNeal (2009) Fred Nichols (1980) Leroy Price (2000-02) Jay Scott (2012) Ronnell Sims (2011-12) Taylor Thompson (2010-11) Chucky Thymes (1998) Greg Ziegler (1989)

9 Khalid Beard (2001-02) Dodge Carter (1985-86) Corlin Donaldson (1999) Ryan Foster (2010) Marquis Frazier (2010-11) Mark Gibson (1977-80) Mike Griffin (1981-82) Mercury Hall (1994-98) Jessie Henderson (2005-08) Chase Kennemer (2009) Marcus Malonson (1989-93) Bo Levi Mitchell (2009) Eric Morris (1983) Ryan Rowland (2004) Matt Rushbrook (2000) Ryan Walker (2010-12) Ryan Wolcott (2003)

11 Kevin Aldridge (1998-01) Cole Beasley (2009-11) John Blackburn (1972-74) Gary Carter (1968-70) Casey Clyce (1989) Chelsea Crouch (1937, 1939) Andrew Galloway (2006-08) Garrett Gilbert (2012) Cliff Hagerman (1941) Charles Hearon (1930, 1932) Zach Hughes (1994) Lance McIllenny (1980-83) Howard Maley (1945) Cory Muse (2004-07) Greasy Neale (1925) Alfred Neeley (1929-31) Earl McDonald (1922) Don Oefinger (1963) David Redman (1943-46) Todd Ritz (1990-92) Keith Robinson (2011-12) Glen Stirman (1978) Matt Szymanski (2009) Logan Turner (2008) David Visinky (1995-97) Tate Wallis (2002-03) Bobby Watters (1984-86) Robert Wilson (1933-35) Tiny Zaragosa (1971)

12 Charles Akinyemi (2004) Donald Allen (1982-86) Derrius Bell (2008-09) Tully Blanchard (1973) Justin Clary (1999) Coates (1925) J.W. Coppedge (1939) Harold Delafield (1934) Wayne Delameter (1968-69) Ed Green (1942-47) Ron Hagan (1989-92) Frank Halla (1930) Granger Hassman (1993) Duke Hasson (2006) Mark Humble (1994-95) Stephen Kaiser (2010-11) Gerald Mann (1925-27) George McCorstin (1945) Bond Millard (1981) James Mobley (1977) Ashton Nixon (2002-04) Don Oefinger (1964-66) David Page (2000-01) Gene Pouncey (1972) Smith Reed (1933) Zach Rhodes (2007) Chris Sanders (1996-98) Corey Slater (2006) Elvin Smith (1922) Jim Bob Taylor (1978-80) Ricky Wesson (1974-76) Cody Worthen (2011-12)

14 Allan Adami (2002-04) Harold Bertlett (1945) Chuck Benefield (1973-74) Don Campbell (1960) Jeff Cartwright (1980) Jeff Coutright (1982) Harrel Delafield (1935) Alfred Delcambre (1930-31) Rob Floyd (1967) Duke Hasson (2004) Jimmy Haynie (1954-55) Rodney Hubert (2012) Jeff Jacobs (1983-86) Larry Jernigan (1963-66) Eric Johnson (2006) Jim Kelly (1933) Garrett Krstich (2012) Ryan Lawson (1989-92) Kenneth Lowe (1956-59) Jackson Moore (1994-96) Raymond Mapps (1969-72) Dick Miller (1939) Hardy Miller (1941-42) Jackson Moore (1993) Bill Moxley (1946-47) Steve O’Neill (1998-99) Matt Orifile (1981) Braden Smith (2009-10) Bobby Starzell (1934) Alan Stephenson (1977-78) San Stollenwerck (1950-53) Charlie Trigg (1926-28) Layne Walker (1979) H.A. Walling (1922-24)

15 C.D. Allen (1942-44) Charles Arnold (1955-57) Earl Baccus (1926-28) Andy Berfeld (1989-92) Roger Braugh (1960-62) Bobby Brown (1939-40) John Champion (1948-50) O.T. Cox (1952) Wayne Delamater (1967) Joe Denner (1925) Sam Fry (1935) Robert Gilmore (2004-05) Kenny Harrison (1972-74) Bernard Hobson (1933) Larry Israel (1993) Jeremy Johnson (2012) Garrett Krstich (2011) Davis Lendon (1941, 1945-46) Josh McCown (1998-00) J.J. McDermott (2010-11) Scott Miles (1970) Al Monroe (1932) Lake Morrison (1922-24) Thomas Morstead (2006-08) Larry Mullins (1964-66) Duane Nutt (1953-54) Matt Orifice (1982) Lowell Phillips (1959) Reynolds (1930) Marcelo Sada (2010) Anthony Scotti (1994-97) Will Smith (2010) Todd Stewart (1979-80) Jay Taylor (2002-04)

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Archie Walstad (1931) Mark Wincent (1983-86) Toby Witt (1951)

16 Jason Applebe (1990) James Batty (1933) Bart Bevers (1984-85) Wilbur Black (1935) G.D. Boyd (1920-22) Don Campbell (1963-63) Derek Canine (1995) Richard Crawford (2010) Andy Duvall (1970-72) Kevan Farrar (1974) Bob Gilbert (1928-31) Jamey Harper (2003-05) Rand Holdren (1998) Ross Love (1926-28) Ryan Mathis (1989) Randy McKinnon (2010) J.C. Meyers (1934-36) Jack Moncrief (1941-42) Harold Morgan (1959) Isaiah Nelson (1991-94) Sammy Owen (1945) Andy Patten (1979) Inez Perez (1967) Conner Preston (2011-12) John Roach (1953-55) Ben Sellers (2011-12) Whit Smith (1982-83) Clois Taylor (1996) Bob Walker (1931) Adam Waterscheid (2000-01) Ricky White (1965-66) Rip Van Winkle (1925) Justin Willis (2006-08) Gordon Youngblood (1978)

17 Lloyd Banks (1997-98) John Bengel (1964) Michael Bowen (1989-90) Raymon Brown (1996) Bob Burgess (1955) Calvin Burdick (1991-92) Larry Crawford (1974) Vaughn Dickerson (1994) John Dunlop (1977) Foster Elder (1939) Mike Fischer (1979-80) Billy Ford (1999-02) Logan Ford (1926) Hayes Gilliam (1953-54) Ed Green (1947) Tim Green (1981-85) Jim Halla (1965-66) Gary Hammond (1969-70) Travis Hunt (2004) Jeremy Johnson (2010-11) Ray Johnston (1929-30) Jack McNutt (1932-33) Don Meredith (1957-59) Gayle Mills (1951-52) Benton Musslewhite (1949) Blake Poston (2011-12) Emmanuel Sanders (2006-09) Aaron Stafford (2012) Ben Taylor (1925) Eric Thomas (1995) Eddie Valdez (1967) Foye Zachary (1932-34)

18 Ryan Armstrong (2010) Robert Baccus (1938-40) Whitey Baccus (1932-34) Steve Bancroft (1993-96) Charles Borns (1945) Malcolm Bowers (1953) Paul Briggs (1933-34) Kyle Buzzbee (2011) Jay’Mond Cleveland (2003-06) Chase Courtney (2008-09) John Crawford (1951-52) Francis Daniels (1925-28) Billy Dunn (1956-59) Dan Freiburger (1989-92) Austin Fuller (2012) Kenneth Goodson (1936) Brayden Harris (2006-07) Bruce Hursh (1976) Roy Jacobie (1931) Don Jarma (1972-74)

A.J. Justice (2012) Bert Keyes (1954-55) Mike Livingston (1965-67) Todd Moore (1979-81) Paul Page (1946-48) Robert Payne (1949-50) Brad Peveto (1982-86) Bobby Reed (1960-61) Courtney Richardson (1997-99) Ryan Riddle (2001) Robert Shuttles (1922) Billy Weatherford (1971) Terrance Wilkerson (2008-11) John Woodward (1930) Charles Zars (2001-02)

19 Charles Bailev (1936, 1939) Khalid Beard (1999) Keith Bobo (1970-73) Harold Cabe (1930) Ray Cleckler (1950) Juan Cunningham (1943-44, 1946) Chacory Demart (1992-93) Max Derden (1962-63) Eric Dickerson (1979-82) Don Donovan (1952) Arlon Flake (1960-61) Glen Holiday (1954-55) Bill Jones (1985) Jimmie Kendrick (1944-48) Phil Kidd (1925) Steve Konz (1969) Sid Lawrence (1976) Josh Lerner (1994) W.C. Lynch (1926) Cobby Morrison (1983) David Musslewhite (1956-58) Neil Newton (1920-22) Norwood (1931) Wayne Rape (1964) Gary Smith (1978) J.R. Smith (1933-35) Tyree Taylor (1995-98) Omar Thompson (1989-91) Val Joe Walker (1949) Jim Wood (1965)

20 Jason Bednarz (1989-92) Blake Biggers (2001) Carlyce Black (1993-95) John M. Brooks (1925) Derron Brown (2000-04) Jeff Brown (1982-83) Louis Burress (1947-48) Shelley Burt (1933-35) Troy Castle (2011) Byron Collins (1984-85) Chase Courtney (2007) Bill Dietz (1968-69) Randy Dossett (1970-72) Harold Fleming (1939) Tracy Hart (1996-99) Jim Hagle (1967) Mike Henry (1960-61) Robert Henry (1959) Glen Holiday (1955) James Mapps (2006-07) Eugene McClintock (1943, 45-46) Bobby McKinkley (1973) James Mobley (1978-81) Hal O’Brien (1953-55) Frank Payne (1921-23) Zeke Sanchez (1965) Ryan Smith (2010-12) Jimmy Taylor (1963-64) Thomas (1930) Val Joe Walker (1950-52) Greg Washington (1974, 1976-77) William Wilemon (1957) David Wilson (1962) Horace Young (1941)


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PLAYERS

21 Greg Abor (1990) Kenneth Acker (2010-12) Kelsey Adams (1995-98) A.B. Allen (1981) Tub Bonds (1925) William Bounds (1945) Michael Bowen (1986) Tommy Caughran (1962-64) James Collier (1980) Chris Cunningham (1999-03) Wilton Daniels (1920-23) Daryl Doggett (1967) Reggie Dupard (1982-85) Rob Floyd (1969) Ken Grantham (1948) Glynn Gregory (1958-61) Jimmy Hawn (1949) Jim Haynie (1956) Dennis Howell (1971-72) Frank Jacobs (1930) E.L. Keeton (1939-40) Pat Knieff (1926-28) Jonathan Lindley (2004-07) Deyon McElroy (2008) Benton Musslewhite (1950-52) Jay Nisbet (1989) Francis Pulattie (1946-47) Bill Reece (1941) Kevin Shepard (1991-94) Frank Smith (1957) Maco Stewart (1933-35) Emanuel Tolbert (1976-79) Ronnie Watson (1965-66)

22 Ron Anderson (1981-84) Chris Banjo (2008) Jim Barber (1961) Anthony Barnett (2003) Homer Bass (1931) Ken Blackburn (1946-49) Dan Bowden (1956) Jack Brewer (1997) Josh Bryant (2009) Sam Carroll (1934-36) Charles Chinn (1933) Pinky Clements (1967-68) Elmer Craig (1925-27) Rex Garner (1974) Gordon Gilder (1969-70) Hayden Greenbauer (2010-12) Jack Gunlock (1951) Lamar Hunt (1952) J.T. Hutchinson (1971-72) T.J. James (2002) Todd Johnson (1995) Brandon Jones (2005-07) Marty Kidd (1989) George Latu (1996) Leo McCoy (1976) Ray Mallouf (1938-40) John Marshall (1953-55) Cecil Miles (1944-45) Edward O’Brien (1979-80) Shane O’Neill (1998-01) Wayne Palmer (1941-42) Mitchel Price (1985) Rob Pritchard (2006) Wayne Rape (1965-66) Mick Rossley (1991-94) Roundtree (1930) Derrek Shelton (1977-78) Sam Shelton (1957) Frank Smith (1958) Danny Thomas (1962-64) John Visor (1922) Kirby Wilkerson (1990) Jared Williams (2011-12)

23 Chris Banjo (2009-11) Bruce Beard (1945) Melvin Brown (1926-28) Danny Browning (1972-74) Josh Bryant (2008) Chris Castro (2008) Johnnie Clement (1938-40) Cedrick Dorsey (2004-07) Ronchon George (1993-96) Jerry Levias (1967-68) Rongea Hill (1989-92) Travis Hunt (2002-03) M.M. Malone (1922) Ron Morris (1983-86) Payne (1929) Jason Pipkins (1997-01) John Rodderick (1963, 1965-66) Stephon Sanders (2012)

COACHES

Louis Scott (1970-71) Truxton Shaw (1931) Blane Smith (1978-82) Maco Stewart (1933-35) Bill Tipton (1930, 1933-35) Hugh Willoughby (1925)

24 Tennell Atkins (1974, 1976-77) Tommie Baker (1939) Cortley Blackmon (2004-05) Kris Briggs (1999-02) Don Crowder (1962, 64-66) Pat Curry (1969-71) Jonathan Dupree (1990-91, 1993) Dewey Evans (1994-98) Caldwell Flores (2011) Ira Hopper (1928-30) Charlie Jackson (1955-57) Gary Johnson (1980) Don Kilgore (1952-53) Myles Lee (2012) Charlie Lewis (1979) Jerald Loeffler (1989) James Marion (1945) Clay McMillian (2010) C.D. Moss (2003-04) Billy Polk (1958-61) Bob Ramsey (1946-47) Derrick Reed (1984, 1986) J.R. Richardson (2011-12) Mike Richardson (1967-68) Aldrick Robinson (2007-10) H.N. Russell, Jr. (1949-51) Larry Sadberry (1981-84) W. Sanders (1922) Bat Shunatona (1925) Steven Steinmetz (2010) James Strickland (1931) Bob Turner (1933-35)

25 Ken Anderson (1995) Russell Anderson (1989-92) Dick Blaylock (1979-80) Tommy Brennan (1960-62) Corey Butcher (1997) Chris Campbell (1996) Cody Cardwell (1999-02) Larry Centers, Jr. (2010) Tom Dees (1922) Chester Donnally (1930) Weldon English (1993-94) Johnnie Fitzgerald (2003) Jeremy Gray (2011) Henry Guynes (1936-37) Walter Haynes (1968-70) Rodney Hubert (2011) Bryce Hudman (2009) Hunnicut (1925) La’Cori Johnson (2005-08) Ned Kimbrough (1925-26) Jim Kreimborg (1998) Paul Lloyd (1967) Clinton McCain (1939-40) Erik Mays (1984-86) Dale Moore (1951-53) Wayne Morris (1972-74) Fred Nichols (1981-83) K.C. Nlemchi (2012) Harlan Ray (1933-34) Bill Reece (1945) Ron Reel (1963-66) Bill Richards (1949-50) Carlisle Robison (1956) Justin Sorrell (2010) Ken Travis (1930-32) Trey Wilemon (1958-59)

26 Tommy Adams (2003) Dwayne Anderson (1980-83) Forrest Baccus (1932, 1934) Bob Belville (1937, 1939) Bill Crisler (1951-53) Tommy Dorsey II (2000-01) Joe Ethridge (1945-48) Don Ferguson (1964) Geren Graham (1963) John Gray (1948) Kyle Guinyard (2010) Brett Haness (2009-12) Alex Hooks (1926-27) Rolando Humphrey (2003-05) Arthur Johnson (1933-35) Buzz Kemble (1954-55) William J.R. King (1922-24) Collin LaGasse (2012) Marc Lewis (1989)

OPPONENTS Paul Lloyd (1965-66) Louie Long (1928-30) Norman Marshall (1958-61) A'Darius Medford (2007-08) Donald Mitchell (1995-98) Mike Moghini (2001) Paul Morris (1970) Gary Pickens (1976-78) Mickey Sharp (1950) Dick Sherick (1984-86) Tom Sherwin (1962) Dan Shipley (1949) Frank Stringer (1967-69) Sonny Stroueville (1925) Charles Wagoner (1979) Larry Wilson (1990-94) Jeff Woods (1999)

27 David Adamson (1982-86) Randy Allen (1970) Jay Angotti (2009) Dale Arbuckle (1925) Regurian Bagley (1992) Nima Baha (1999-01) Dave Bonilla (1973-74) Will Bonilla (2006-08) Charles Bruton (1977-80) Chad Kollar (1994-97) Robert Davis (1990-91) Rollin Dixon (1933) Buddy Echols (1968) Charlton Fincher (1926-28) Bob Finley (1934-36) Mann (1930) Luke Moffitt (2011) Alvin Nnabuife (2002-05) Jason Ochs (1998) L.H. Odom (1921) L.J. Oliver (1931-32) Kelly Overturf (1972) Steve Parrot (1967) Rob Presthus (2001) Horace Richardson (2012) Der'rikk Thompson (2010) Chris Walton (1989) Jimmie Wooten (1939)

28 Keller Adams (2011) Bert Baxter (1931) Ronnie Caughran (1967) Newt Dorsett (1976) Charlie Drayton (1978-82) Chris Foster (2004-05) Chris Godfrey (2000-03) Charles Gore (1933-35) Jakie Gore (1933-35) Larry Guthrie (1968, 1970) Bryce Hudman (2006-07) Julius Kinzel (1939) Alvin Maxson (1971-73) Eugene Miller (1921) K.C. Nlemchi (2011) Raymond Perkins (2002-03) Rodnick Phillips (1996-99) Shakiel Randolph (2012) Sammie Reed (1926-28) Keith Robinson (2008-10) William Skeeters (1928-30) Marcello Simmons (1989-92) Seth Stinton (1993-95) Darryl Terrell (1984-86) Jess Wesner (1925) Larry Westbrook (1959-61)

29 Terry Andersen (2010) Leroy Baird (1921) David Blomeyer (1979) Brent Briggs (1999-02) Russell Carter (1980-83) Rayford Clark (1971-72) Rafiq Cooper (1995-98) Chris Cortemeglia (1924-26) Wayne Edmond (1974) Roland Goss (1939, 1941) Bernard Hunter (1925) Don Jacobs (1967) Chase Kennemer (2007-08) Bicky Lesser (1968-69) Prescott Line (2012) Matt Lomenick (1989) Shaun Moore (2008) Gary Nelson (1976-78) Kevin Pope (2010) Malcolm Powell (1928-30) Keith Ranspot (1935) Harlan Ray (1932) Luke Seeker (2011)

REVIEW Jacques Smith (1990-94) James L. Smith (1931, 1933-34) Louie Smith (1933-34) Joe Sturdivant (2003-06) Franky Thomas (1984-86) Rishaad Wimbley (2011)

30 Bill Ball (1974) Lynn Barnett (1939) Jim Beckner (2006-07) James Bradford (1932-34) Chad Cione (1996) Darrel Davis (1970) Jason Dagewicz (2001) John Desco (1978) Adrian Dizer (2008) James Duncan (1989-90) Floyd Elkins (1945) Mark Futschik (1992-95) Stanley Godine (1979-83) Joe Gray (1935) Clint Hackney (1972) Bill Haller (1925) Marlon Hammon (1928-29, 1931) Hugh Henderson (1922) Scott Herrera (1991) Don Ieremia-Stansbury (2002-05) Mike Johnson (1976-77) Randall Joyner (2010-12) Tanner Rice (2012) Sean Schulgen (1997) David Stanley (1984-85) Adam Walterschild (1998-99) Tracy Wilmoth (1926) Jeff Woods (2000)

31 Ray Acker (1935-37) Anthony Beverley (1982-84) Tony Brown (1986) Ryan Cooper (1995) J.M. Crouch (1922) Raymond Fuqua (1932-34) Chris Gedwed (1996-97) Chase Hargis (2004) Kelsey (1931) Greg LaMantia (2001) Derek Longoria (2012) Edward Meador (1941) Chris McMurtray (2002-05) Jack Myers (1939-40) Trent Sawyer (2006) Rusty Simpson (1999) Andy Spillman (1989) Matt Stone (2010-11) Joe Stutts (1968-70) Bennie Thomas (2008-10) Adam Voyles (1990-93) Ryan Wann (1998) Harry Watters (1926-28) Ned Welch (1945) Jimmy Young (1985)

32 James Adkinson (1930) Jay Angotti (2008) Mike Armstrong (1968) Michael Artmore (1991-94) Jeff Atkins (1983-86) Travis Carlile (2010) Roy Coats (1995-99) Bob Collins (1938-40) Cecil Colville (1935) KJ Ellis (2007) Tommy Fraser (1967) Albon Head (1965-66) Paul Hiemenz (2006) Craig James (1982) Keylon Kincade (2000-03) Rosser Laughlin (1932-34) Tub Maris (1925) Conrad Martin (1945) Sam McClarty (1969-70) Clarence McMinn (1941-42) Foy Munlin (2004) Robert Parker (2010-11) John Roach (1926-27) Alan Rowson (1932) Craig Wideman (1989-90) Jim Wise (1964)

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HISTORY

33 Wally Bearden (1937, 1939) Andy Byrom (1935) Wayne Campbell (1940-41, 1946) William Campbell (1926) Cecil Colville (1933-34) Wes Danaher (1996-97) Jim Farris (1971) Tommie Fields (1952) Ben Goldthorpe (2008) Jerry Griffin (1964-66) J.W. Harris (1922) Dennis Howell (1970) Kenneth Imo (1995) Blake Johnson (2004) Victor Jones (2010-11) Charles Marshall (1962) Weldon Mason (1929-31) Richuel Massey (2003-05) Merle McCracken (1945) Bryan McDearman (1998-01) Billy Mizell (1945, 1948) Jimmy Moore (1967) Earl Morris (2002) Gary Moten (1982) Gene Pryor (1983-86) Bob Ramsey (1942) John Shea (1994) Benson Sloan (2006) Seth Sloan (2008) Mike Smith (1963) Hall Snodgrass (1925) Henry Stollenwerck (1949-51) Lyle Walker (1954-55) Trey Warren (2003) Don White (1968) Rishaad Wimbley (2012) Jason Wolf (1989-92)

34 Jerry Ball (1983-86) Eddie Bianchi (1938-40) Troy Castle (2012) Buzzy Foster (1961) Lloyd Franklin (1932) Roland Frase (1946) Bruce Greenberg (2007) Bryan Harmon (1993-97) Jason Jackson (2007-08) Brandon Jones (2004) A.W. Lindley (1930) Kevin Love (1989-92) Victor Makinde (2005-06) Heber Martin (1925) Brendan McGraw (1999) Wesley Medlock (2000-04) Robert Mojica (2009-10) Brad Namdar (2011) Jarvis Pitt (2012) Guy Proctor (1948) Buster Raborn (1933-35) Eddie Radford (1982) D. Shvetzoff (1922) Frank Smith (1956) Steve Smith (1957-59) Billy Bob Stewart (1965-66) Bill Sullivan (1947-50) Gene Tenney (1962-63) Blake Tucker (1953-55) Howard Wade (1924-26) Jim Ware (1952) Jeff Woods (1998) Woodward (1931)

35 Sherwood Blount (1969-71) Paul Briggs (1933-34) Tim Crosby (2007-09) Mike Edwards (1964) Floyd Elkins (1964) Gerald Geise (1938-39) Walter Gibson (1990-91) Monte Goen (1983-85) Jim Hagle (1965-66) Pat Knight (1949-51) Joe Lantham (1930) D.D. Lee (2000-03, 2005) Jack Little (1933) Ross Love (1954-57) Duane Nutt (1952) Uchenna Nwabuike (2010-11) Alex Pahulu (1997-99) Wayne Robinson (1945) Warren Scott (1992-96) Luke Seeker (2012) Gene Sherman (1958) Ray Shoenke (1960-61) Ivan Stapp (1935-36) Steinback (1925)

MEDIA Stinnes (1922) Mike Tabor (1963) Mark Thompson (1989) Sam Trant (1931)

36 Earl Beckett (1963) Mark Crites (1982-83) Jack Espenshield (1954-55) Billy Dugal (2010-12) Germany (1925) Cliff Hagerman (1939, 1941) Julian Herron (2008) Ingram (1922) John Kimbrough (1964) Alex Kling (2010) George Koontz (1929-31) Glenn Lairmore (1932-33) Bicky Lesser (1967) James Marion (1948-50) Don Mayfield (1965-66) A.J. Miller (1985-86) Don Miller (1951-53) Ken Neill (1991-95) Howard Parker (1946-47) Derrick Reed (1984) David Sherer (1957) Jason Simonton (1996-99) Johnnie Sprague (1934-35) John Stewart (1990) Derek Swofford (2000-04) Arnold Tauch (1958, 1960-61) Joe Vincent (1956) Greg Waida (1971)

37 John Ed Clarke (1959-62) Rush Cone (1970) Al Delcambre (1931) Corky Hall (1971) Charles Hammett (1942) Al Hansen (1951-52) Tam Hollingshead (1973-75) Ernest Hudson (1926) Preston Johnson (1939-41) Rod Jones (1984-85) Frank Kidd (1930) Jerry Kovar (1982) Don McIlhenny (1953-55) David Moore (1965-66) Tom Sherwin (1963) Harry Shuford (1933-35) Wayne Slankord (1957-58) Bud Sumpter (1925) Doak Walker (1945-49)

38 Harold Bittenbender (1956) Browning (1931) Ron Chopoorian (1989) Wes Danaher (1998) Joe Dickerson (1970-71) Bill Forester (1950-52) Tony Hawkins (2004-07) Gabriel de la Garza (1983-86) Pat Gibson (1964-66) D.D. Johnson (1999-03) Roy LeCrone (1925) J.C. Lovern (1932) Newell McCallum (1958-61) Dick McKissack (1946-49) Bob Maddox (1939-41) Michael Morse (2008-10) Cole Nead (2011) Bill Pinkard (1930) Bruce Portillo (1967-69) Lincoln Richard (2012) John Richey (1962-63) Ken Roberts (1954-55) James Russell (1933-35) Seth Stinton (1996-97) Robert Tatum (1922) Rodney Watkins (1991-94) Brandon Williams (1995) Greg Ziegler (1990)

39 Kevin Adams (1979-81) Michael Artmore (1990) Travis Briggs (1989) Clayton (1931) Willie Dickerson (1922) Eric Hardaway (1967) David Hill (1976-78) John Holland (1974) Darren Kitchen (2011) George Latu (1997-98) Robert Lloyd (2010) Marshall (1925)


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

Jed Martin (1984-86) Ryan Moczygemba (2007-10) James Orr (1999-02) Luke Pappas (2003) Raymond Pope (1938-40) Mike Rideau (1973) John Stewart (1992-93) John Stufflebeme (1933-36) Chris Taylor (1995) Vernon Tarrance (1929-30) Ted Thompson (1972) Kris Wallace (1996) Jimmy Williams (1982)

40 Khalid Beard (2000) Cary Brabham (1989-92) Hubert Burkleo (1925) Frank Eldom (1952-54) Alan Everest (1969-71) Tim Gardner (1996-99) Bill Gafford (1965-66) David Gordon (1978) Don Hill (1960) Jimmy Linvingston (1967-68) Dave Lyons (1963) Lot McIllhenny (1979-82) Howard Maley (1941-45) Murry Magnum (1939) David Moon (1945-48) Jack Parks (1925-26) Pierson (1922) Joe Pouncey (1972-73) Jim Riley (1930-32) Tom Ritchey (1964) Justin Rogers (2003-06) I.D. Russell (1949-51) Victor Saufley (1927-29) Justin Smart (2007-10) Wade Smith (1993-95) Mike Sparling (2011) Jim Welch (1957-59) J.C. Wetsel (1933-35) Arthur Whittington (1974, 1976-77) William Wilemon (1956) Keith Williams (2002) Walt Zartman (1983-86)

41 Ken Anderson (1996) Henry Andrade (1984) Malcolm Bowers (1952) Melville Brown (1925) Michael Brown (1998-01) Anthony Buffini (2012) Harold Clem (1959) Chris Coker (1990) Brannon Coluccio (1993-95) Michael Denton (1989) Bob Fargarson (1951) Billy Gannon (1962-63) Abel Gonzales (1941-42) Forrest Hagar (2010) Fritz Hawn (1930-32) Efrem Lynch (1978-79) Tyler Jones (2007-09) Randy Jorecka (1976) Gerard Mark (1985-86) Charles McGaffey (1939) Ryan Mentzel (2003-05) Steve Miller (1990) Billy Mizell (1945-48) Merlyn Murphey (1953-55) Elie Nabushosi (2012) W. Nickerbocker (1922) Sam Patton (1991) Frank Payne (1946-49) Brice Reid (2011) Paul Rice (1977) Ronnie Robertson (1972-74) William Schaerdel (1926-28) Jack Seagraves (1933-34) Larry Tunnell (1968-69) Jackie Wilson (1981) Jerry Wilson (1964-67) Jermain Williams (1997) Ben Wise (1982-83) John Wisenbaker (1935)

COACHES

42 Jesse Andrew (2009) Charles Baker (1933-35) Reginald Ballard (1984-86) Chris Bordano (1993-97) Dan Bowden (1957-58) John Buchanan (1963) Ronnie Caughran (1964-66) Michael Charles (1979-83) Johnnie Collings (1942) Joe Davidson (1930) Stanley Dawson (1925-27) Mickey Early (1972-74) Hayes Gilliam (1952) Danny Gordon (1967-69) Ken Grantham (1945-48) Reggie Gilford (2004-05) Charles Haggerty (1977-78) Eddie Horn (1976) Chase Hover (2011-12) Bert Keyes (1956) Bill Kiely (1989-92) Dick Miller (1942) Kenneth Mills (1930-32) Jim Perry (1954-55) David Rogers (1970-71) Anthony Sowe (2007-08) L. Stollenwerk (1922-24) Adam Waheed (2012) Doyce Walker (1959-62) Jim Ware (1951) Billy Weatherford (1946-49) Billy Jack Williams, Jr. (1998-02) Horace Young (1939, 1941) Matt Young (2003)

43 Lewis Albright (1960-62) Roy Baccus (1944) Anthony Beard (2010) Jacob Crowley (2001) David Ellen (1998-99) Tommy Field (1933-34) Johnnie Fitzgerald (2004-06) Craig Garrett (1983) Reggie Gilford (2002-03) Mark Griffith (1976) Jay Harvey (1992-96) Hayes (1931) Albon Head (1967) Earl Hopper (1974) Stuart Ison (1989-91) Victor Jones (2008) Don Kilgore (1956) Jeff Lear (1973) James Martin (1932) Ed Masters (1930) Hal Muldrow (1925) Kenneth Murray (1997) Roy Pace (1952-53) Howard Phipps (1926) Robert Popelka (1969-72) Bill Reece (1942-45) Rogers Reinowski (1963-64) Bill Richards (1946, 1949-50) Gene Roberts (1947-50) Steve Schroeder (1965-66) Hoyle Sims (1939) Jarrett Spencer (2011-12) Billy Squires (1944-45) Billy Stamps (1935) Alton Stevens (1922) Steve Utley (1984) Keith Williams (2001, 2003) Rodderick Wilson (1985)

44 Will Bonilla (2005) David Bostick (1974-76) Kit Case (1981-85) Davidson (1931) Champ Dickerson (1977) Dylan Dickman (2012) Andrew Ellison (2008) Scott Fly (1990-93) Rusty Fuller (1972) Zach Hall (2003-04) Damon Hurst (2006-07) Gene Joffre (1960) Efren Lynch (1980) Ray Masters (1955-57) Jerry Norton (1951-53) Norbert Osborn (1986-89) Carroll Parker (1946-47) Blake Perkins (1994-98) Seborn Ray (1926-28) Blair Reber (1962) Taylor Reed (2009-12) Terry Don Richardson (1967-69)

OPPONENTS Kyle Rote (1948-50) Grady St. Clair (1939, 1941) Galloway Selby (1930) Wayne Shaw (1942-43) San Shelton (1959) Clem Speer (1932) Billy Stamps (1933-35) Richard Stark (1963-65) James Stewart (1921-23) C.A. Tatum (1925) Maurice Tinsley (1941) Miley Trooper (1971) Darold Turner (1978-79) Howard Weant (1935-36) Justin Williams (1999-02)

45 Alan Atwater (1996-97) Alex Faoro (2012) Jake Fawcett (1939, 1941) Mickey Franco (1982-83) George Bennett (1926) Gene Gills (1951-52) Mike Hackney (1958-61) Ben Hummel (1984-86) Jarrian James (2000-04) Lee Jeane (1977-81) Gil Johnson (1947-48) Luke Johnson (1998-99) Emmett Jordan (1931-32) Raymond Kilgore (1933-34) Ned Kimbrough (1925) Geoffrey King (1989-91) Buddy McGinnis (1967) Andrew McKinney (2005-08) Mike Nekuza (1968-70) Carroll Parker (1942, 1946) Cornell Parker (1992-95) David Parker (1942, 1946) David Powell (1949-50, 1952) Blair Reber (1963) Henry Sanders (1927-29) Steve Schroeder (1964) Lon Slaughter (1955-57) Robert Smith (1972-74) Corky Terry (1965-66) Larry Whittington (1976) Youri Yenga (2009-10) Jonathan Yenga (2011-12)

46 Brian Bischoff (2000-03) John Bordano (2010-12) Goodwin Bray (1932-34) Marwin Brown (1994) Chris Collins (1989-91) Adam Cox (1983-85) Robert Dickenson (1928-31) Andy Duvall (1973) Edward Griggs (1935) Wes Hopkins (1979-82) Mark Howe (1974-76) Mike Jordon (1967-69) Count Mays (1926) Ben Moss (1995) Will Mullenweg (1938-40) Jeff Pennington (1996-99) Ricky Roden (1986) David Rogers (1977) Jim Ryan (1970-72) Nathan Scott (1992) Lem Stroud (1932) Zac Thomas (2007-09) Henry Wilson (1930) Woodul (1925)

47 Wilford Bane (1957) Jim Barton (1931) Fred Benners (1949-51) Alan Brockington (2002-03) Alfred Brooks (1930) Ed Brown (1978-79) Floyd Burke (1964-67) Larry Cox (1981-83) Darryl Doggett (1968-69) Rayford Dolford (1977) Tommy Dorsey (1999) Stanley DuVall (1938-40) Leo George (1976) Robert Gibson (1973) Redman Home (1922) Frank Jackson (1958-61) Walter Jackson (1980) Brent Johnson (2006) John Kelley (1952-53) Will McDonald (2010) David Mitchell (1955) Billy Mizell (1945, 1947-48)

REVIEW Cobby Morrison (1984-86) Kenneth Murray (1998) John Pope (2003-05) Harold Phipps (1925) Drew Randall (1989-92) Jon Randolph (2001) Jim Robertson (1954) Mack Rogers (1970-72) Wayne Slankard (1956) Truman Spain (1933-35) Taylor Thompson (2008-09) Jackson Taylor (2005) Zach Wood (2011-12) Warwick Woodard (1993-97)

48 Bill Ball (1976) Matt Bragman (2002) Gerald Burl (1974) John Burleson (1930-32) Wilburn Echols (1937, 1939) Ryan Folsom (1990) Leo George (1977-79) Wayne Hassell (1933) Horn (1930) Zach Line (2009-12) Mark Manning (2004) Gary Moten (1980) Van Nguyen (1989) Paschal Scottino (1934-36) Chad Sennette (1995-97) Tommy Shelman (1982-86) Zac Simmonds (2003-04) Dave Smith (1967-69) Waldo Theus (1981) Colin Vadheim (1998-00) Bobby Waite (1973) Brian Whitehill (1991-94) Denforth Wilkerson (1925) Youri Yenga (2007-08)

49 Glyn Beesley (1939-40) Amdrew Bray (1931-32) Byron Brown (2009-11) James Butler (1929-30) Vaughn Dickerson (1995) Vernon Edwards (1990-94) Tomas Esteve (1984) Don Ferguson (1965-67) Trent Hrncir (1999-03) Jordan Johnson (2007-08) Randy Garrett (1986) David Gossett (1976) Lyne (1931) Maurice Orr (1933-35) Jerry Payne (1996-97) Chris Stevenson (1989) Rick Valore (1978) Andrew Van Winkle (1926) Cleve Whitener (1969-72) Sterling Wilson (1979-82)

50 Warrie Birdwell (1999-02) Joe Boudreaux (1959-61) Clyde Carter (1932-34) G.B Cranfill (1945) David Drake (1967) Buddy Echols (1969) Blake Foster (1981-82) Jack Gunlock (1952-53) Raleigh Harvey (1956-57) Jim Hodges (1970) Temple Howard (1926) Ben Hughes (2010-12) Brannon Kidd (1992-96) Caleb Peveto (2003-06) Will McKinney (1997-98) Norman Medlen (1964-66) Charles Moore (1989) Ken Murphy (1976) Shon Nichols (1984-86) Joe Pasqua (1938-41) Lance Pederson (1977-80) Caleb Peveto (2004-07) Leamon Phillips (1935-37) Cameron Rogers (2009-12) Jimmy Smith (1954-55) Jim Wishart (1930) Bill Wood (1972-74) Jim Sid Wright (1942-44)

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HISTORY

51 Karl Arendale (1977) Bill Barnes (1939) John Brezina (1994) A.L. Bristow (1926) Bo Cannon (1967-68) Mike Edison (1981-85) Mitch Enright (2006-09) Archie Fairley (1986) Roger Gary (1953-54) Mike Henderson (1989-92) Dick Hightower (1949-51) Cole Horton (2003-04) John Hussey (2010) Ken Kuesel (1969-71) James Lorfing (1980) McDonald (1929) Joe Miller (1960-62) Jim O’Neal (1952) Johnson Patman (1998-01) Phil Prescott (1955-56) Mike Randle (1978) Hack Ross (1932-33) Bill Sanders (1934-36) Stephon Sanders (2011) Ricky Schulte (1978) Jerry Sharrock (1957-58) Mike Smith (1972-74) Howard Sprague (1930-32) Charles Standifer (1963-66) Mike Sturdivant (1976) Arnold Tauch (1959) David Temples (1979) J.B. Williams (1996-97) Jim Sid Wright (1941-42, 1946)

52 Mike Armstrong (1969) Robert Barnes (1976-78) John Bookout (1933) Avery Cleveland (2003-04) Ronnie Counts (1960) Willie Curik (1937, 1939) Jay Dennis (1973-74) Pete Fleps (2007-10) Bill Fox (1950-53) Harry Gardner (1941-42) Brandon Henderson (2012) Doug January (1963-65) Lawrence Jones (1935) Taylor Lasecki (2011-12) Bill Livingstone (1954-56) Russell Medlin (1932) Cecil Moseley (1947) Richard Nichols (1996-00) Luke Pappas (2002) Tim Ramon (1981-85) Wade Strange (1994) Cecil Sutphin (1945-47) Willis Tate (1929-31) Jim Upshaw (1972) Grover Walker (1949) David West (1986) Matt Wisenbaker (1989-92) Bill Wright (1967)

53 Lloyd Baxter (1942) Bill Bowden (1951) Steve Brown (1973) G.B. Cranfill (1945, 1948) Reggie Carrington (2003-06) Giles (1930) Forrest Gregg, Jr. (1980-84) Bobby Hailey (1952-54) Fred Harris (1938-40) Cuba Holloway (1950) Kim Johnson (1985-86) Randy Katz (1977-79) Jack Matkin (1976) Ken Murphy (1974) Bud McLeod (1932) Joe Bob Markette (1941) Corey Riley (1997-01) Major Rising (1957-59) Leon Shultz (1944-46) Stephen Thomas (1989-90) Rodney Townsend (1992-95) Mack Tunnell (1949) Mark Voosen (2009-12) Tommy Winger (1955)

MEDIA

54 Burleigh Arnecke (1954-55) Lloyd Baxter (1942, 1946-47) Taylor Bon (2007-08) Randy Bowling (1991-94) T.D. Briggs (1982-85) Rudy Cadena (1995-96) Thornton Chandler (1999) Max Christian (1958-60) Alexander Clark (1930) Ed Cloud (1942-43) Don Cole (1951-53) Jerry Evans (1998) Ellis Glaw (2010) Clay Glockzin (2000-03) Tom Hanks (1976-77) Dean Haugum (1978) Dwight Houghton (1967) Bud Moore (1990) Ken Motes (1964-66) Joe Joyner (1981) Joe Prince (1931) Ken Roberts (1980) Haskell Ross (1932-33) Christopher Smith (1989) Steve Stookey (1972) Schaad Titus (1974) Gus Tunnell (1939, 1941) Jim Wilson (1957) Sam Wood (1948-50) Darrian Wright (2011-12)

55 Jason Baxley (1995) Bob Clements (1961) Spencer Conley (2012) Aaron Davis (2009-10) Lucky DeLay (2003-07) Allen Esse (1955-56) Jason Faucett (1997) Randy Goss (1973-74) Bill Hart (1967-70) Mike Haynes (1972) Justin Helms (1994) John Hughes (1962-63) Tony Jackson (1976) Jim Linzy (1965-66) Gordon McAdams (1978-81) Morgan Nevin (2011) John Nwisienyi (2008) Tim Pound (1996) Uzo Okeke (1992) Shelby Richardson (1945) Jack Sanders (1936, 1939) Tyrone Sanders (1982) Kerry Scanlon (1997) Mike Skouteris (1989) Bob Smith (1957-58) Robert Smith (1931, 1933-34) Vic Viloria (1998-02) Dan Wagner (1984-85) Winters (1929)

56 Burleigh Arneckle (1954-55) Joe Bays (1976-78) Loren Belvin (1954) Brandon Bonds (2003-06) Byron Bonds (1990-93) Lynn Bostick (1939-41) Rufus Cormier (1968-69) Ja'Gared Davis (2009-12) James Dawson (1950) Lanny Dowell (1959-60) Jon Embree (1985) Lou Farris (1955-57) John Freeman (1965-67) Fred Goodwin (1946-49) Rudy Harmon (1984-86) Herb Johnson (1972) Ernest Knox (1973-74) Ryan Leonard (2007) Markus Pratt (1998-01) Hardy McAlister (1962-64) Haskell Ross (1932-33) Kerry Scanlon (1994-97) Mark Thompson (1982-83) Mike Thompson (1979-81) Trent Turpin (1952)


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

57 Eldridge Adair (1943) Jack Bomar (1970-71) Aaron Boulton (1980-84) Maurice Bray (1932-34) Willy Clark (1964) Dick Davis (1949) Landon Dyer (2004) Stan Eckert (1956-58) Jim Farris (1973) Ken Grant (1985) Don Hastings (1954) David Headstream (1974) Alvin Holland (1939) Luke Johnson (1996-97) Cameron Kurth (2010) Jim Landers (1950-51) Jordan Miller (2011-12) Pete Muse (1976-78) Jack Myers (1965-66) Charles Orsak (1945) Johnny Phillips (1992) Chris Poulos (2003) Stan Poulos (1967, 1969) Robert Raines (1959-60) James Robinson (1999-01) Oscar Rosales (1989-91) Brett Sibert (1994) Jim Smith (1953) Bill Thomas (1972) Bobby Vann (1948-50) Mike Wallace (1986) J.B. Williams (1995) Mark Whitener (1979)

58 Kelly Arnold (1971-72) Don Betterton (1983) Thornton Chandler (2001-02) Kevin Chaney (1979-82) Putt Choate (1976-78) Bill Crawford (1952) David Drake (1965-66) David Echols (1964) Archie Fairly (1985) Rodolfo Flores (1994) Ken Haddad (1967) Bobby Hamm (1959-61) Sam Jackson (1931-32) Tony Jackson (1974) Darrin Johnson (2004-06) Van Daele Mabrito (1939) Joseph Medlin (2000) Jordan Miller (2010) Jim Passions (1951) Darren Pedroza (1990-91) Louis Reed (1954) Taylor Reich (2012) Tory Virdell (1992) Glenn Walls (1973) Joe White (1968-70) Paul Wiley (1997-99) Carl Woxman (1962)

59 Sam Bennett (2006-07) David Bryan (1985-86) Heath Burnett (2003-05) Mike Cain (1965) Leonard Elkins (1931) Kirk Freeman (1971) Greg Gardner (1990-91) John Gibbs (1954) Myron Hargrove (1960-61) Fred Johnson (1970) Mike Lewis (1997) Mac McKinnie (1992-96) Bobby McMillan (1956) Gary Moten (1979) Ben Nolen (1957) Anthony Pedote (1989) Jason Pettit (1998-99) Jon Randolph (2000) Jim Sauby (1963) Lincoln Schick (2010) Jimmy Smith (1977-78) Ted Thompson (1973-74) Mike Washburn (1980-82)

60 Paul Albert (1978-81) Karl Belz (1958-61) Charles Carneal (1971-72) Vincent Chase (2008) Martin Cude (1963) Keith Cupples (1967-69) J.T. Davis (1957) Sacha Emanuel (1993-96) Robert Fly (1931)

COACHES

Ronald Gilliam (1974) Cecil Gunn (1955) Rusty Gunn (1953-54) Corky Hall (1973) Larry Harwood (1962) Adrian Haywood (2005-06) Doug Hollie (1982-83) Randy Katz (1960) Ken Masterson (1984-86) Will McKinney (1999) James Meletio (1943-45) Christian Miller (2010-12) David Mitchell (1956) Eric Neal (2001-04) Boris Neeley (1977) Ray Ownby (1941-42) Lynn Thornhill (1964-66) Joe Wells (1989-92)

61 James Bond (1972) Que Brittain (1967-69) Bobby Buyer (1962) Earl Cook (1944-47) Keith Chiles (1992-96) Neal Franklin (1948-50) David Hawk (1953-55) Charles Hunt (1976-79) Chris Jackson (1980-82) Russell Johnson (1974) Tom Koenig (1956-58) Johnny Maae (1964-66) Russell Medlin (1931) Buford Partee (1951-52) Rod Paschall (1989-91) Ted Ramsey (1940-41) Mike Rice (1959-61) Ruwayne Struve (1973) Ken Walker (1970-71) Jim Wise (1963)

62 Bobby Beckett (1955) Woody Burnette (1962) Vincent Cain (1977) Jimmy Chase (2008) Jerry Chavira (1996-99) R.D. Crenshaw (1967) Dick Davis (1948) Tom Gray (1957) Joe Holmes (2006-07) Kevin Jennings (1979-83) Orville Johnson (1941-42) Jim Johnston (1968-69) Smitty Keller (1954-56) Brad Kieschnick (2002-05) Darryl LaFitte (1951-53) David Mitchell (1958) Rod Mounts (1984-86) John Oden (1973) Julius Pechal (1946-47) Gene Sherman (1959-61) Jim Sitton (1963-66) Marty Solombrino (1989-92) Doug Terry (1971-72) Bob Vann (1948-50) Craig White (1978) Mark Windham (1993-94)

63 Shelley Anderson (1984-86) Trey Bandy (1995-99) Bobby Beckett (1956-57) Rush Cone (1971) Ronnie Cosper (1962-63) Bryan Craig (1992-94) Judson Davis (2000) Stanley DuVall (1939-41) Grant Eidson (2003-04) Harry Hargrove (1967) Sherwood Hensley (1954) Delbert Jordan (1979-80) Tom Land (1942) Brad Lankford (2006) Ted Leveridge (1945) Floyd Lewis (1943, 1946-48) Bill Line (1968-70) Blake McJunkin (2008-12) Joseph Medlin (2001) Don Mudd (1976, 1978) Dave Riley (1950-52) John Rumley (1959-61) Randy Savage (1973-74) David Shuford (1964-66) Steve Stanilind (1981) Guy Thurston (1982-83) Chip Vasquez (1989-91)

OPPONENTS

64 John Basham (1947-48) Joe Basquez (1952-53) Steve Benotti (1989-90) Harris Brownlee (1976-77) Willie Castleman (1954) Richard Danner (1960) Horace Derry (1972) Mike Hake (1973-74) Mike Hensley (1956-57) Greg Kroot (1978) Brett Mason (2001) Harvey McAfee (1979-81) Dave McCoy (1944-45) Murray Mangum (1941) Bob Massad (1965-66) Max Munn (1994-97) Danny Murphy (1999) Fred Nelson (1982-84) Ben Nolen (1959) Pat O’Connell (1967-69) Robert Oyler (1962-64) Sam Rice (2012) Eddie Richardson (1946) Ike Robb (1949-51) Chase Smith (2006-07) Chad Spretz (1993) Bryce Tennison (2009-11) Walt Weaver (1970-71)

65 Joe Basquez (1951) Joe Beard (1979-82) Vic Brittain (1968-70) Dan Chilton (1965-67) Jim Crowe (1959-61) David Cullen (1996) Bobby Duncan (1948) John Eixman (1983-86) Mike Everett (1958) Jordan Favreau (2010-12) Cory Fross (1997-01) Craig Gould (1989) Erwin Greer (1977-78) Claud Hill (1943, 1945-47) Bill Morrow (1964) Tony Ned (1991-94) Ray Rasor (1941-42) Carl Shannon (1953-54) Henry Sheppard (1973-74) Jackson Taylor (2006-08) Guy Thomas (1972) Bryan Turner (2003-04) Earl Walden (1952) Gary Webber (1955-57) Bob Welch (1949)

66 Dave Blewett (1984-86) Gerald Bowles (1968, 1970) Grady Burnette (1981-83) Rufus Cormier (1967) Szymon Czerniak (2008-10) J.T. Davis (1956) Jim Fitzpatrick (1941) Charles Grandstaff (1945) Andrew Helmey (2000) Jack Hopper (1957) Ed Johnson (1972) Nathan Lee (1994-96) Fred Lucas (1953-55) Walt McDonald (1977) Harold Magers (1963-66) Bubba Moore (1968) Matt Muns (2002) D. Nady (1973) Ben Poynter (2004-07) Gareth Riley-Ayers (2011-12) Raymond Schoenke (1962) Byron Slaughter (1990-93) Steve Smith (1971) Clint Snowden (1997) Charles Terrell (1958-59) Waldo Theus (1979-80) Paul Turk (1950-52) Robert Weyman (1974, 1976)

67 Harold Arfman (1942) Tommy Beal (1954-55) Rob Byers (1976) Andrew Campbell (1981-84) Bryan Collins (2009-12) Herschel Forester (1949-51) Matt Hart (1989-91) Dwight Houghton (1969) John LaGrone (1964-66) Bobby Loveless (1957-59) Mike Mason (1977-80)

REVIEW Chad Meacham (2003) Jeremy Morgan (1995-96) Cecil Moseley (1948) Tommy Poynter (2006-08) Don Randell (1970-72) Jack Rhoads (1960-62) Joey Slaten (1997-01) Robert Smith (1945) Alfred Temple (1941) Bill Thomas (1973-74) Dominik Unger (1986) Herbert Wales (1947-49) Marty Windham (1993-94) Rex Winters (1952) Lee Yokum (1956)

68 Tom Black (1970-72) Louis Canant (1954) Sam Caudle (1957-59) Zachary Clarke (1994) Randy Denman (2003-06) Ashton Duhe (2011-12) Robert Ethridge (1950) Dean Ferguson (1965-66) Dick Harris (1941-42) Jeff Henderson (2000) Tab Keener (1978-81) Wayne Ligon (1952) Eric Lipke (1947-48) Kevin McKinney (1983-86) Kemp McMillan (1967-69) Doug Popino (1976) Robby Risko (1989-92) Sean Schulgen (1995-96) Ed Shapiro (1973-74) Charles Shurtleff (1945) Les Stewart (1960-62) Bryce Tennison (2008) Walter Umphrey (1956) David Wilson (1963-64)

69 Ricky Cowart (1976-77) Calvin Crockett (2008) Jack Crutcher (1953-54) Louis Drodz (1950-51) Jody Edwards (1971) Mike Ellis (1974) Marvin Hahn (1972) Jack Hopper (1955-56) Henry Johnson (1946-48) Paul Kenner (1979) Craig Kennington (1982-86) Eric Lipke (1945, 1948-49) Harvey McAtee (1978) Bobby McMillan (1957-59) Jeremy Morgan (1997-98) Steve Reindl (1999-03) Walter Roberds (1947-49) Jack Ryan (1942) Steve Staniland (1980) Charles Stewart (1952) Craig Swann (1992-96) David Temples (1981) Alex Todd (1959-61) Walter Weaver (1965-66) Don White (1967) Collin Williams (1973) Bill Wright (1968-70)

70 Austin Adami (1995-99) Jack Archibald (1953) Herbert Asel (1954-56) Kelvin Beachum (2008-11) Bill Cook (1949-50) Shawn Couch (1991-94) Tom Dean (1949-50) Townsend Hargis (2000-04) John Hamberger (1946-48) Dale Hellestrae (1981-84) Jim Hodges (1969) Tom Huemiller (1989) Robby Lambert (1990) Robert McDade (1985-86) Leland Mayo (1951-52) Ron Merritt (1963-66) Steve Morton (1971-74) Joe Pasqua (1938, 1940-41) Mike Randle (1977, 1979-80) Guy Reese (1959-61) Chase Walling (2012) Sam Walker (1970)

71 Darrel Amen (1992-95) Mike Armstrong (1967) Toxie Beavers (1973-74)

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RECORDS

HISTORY

Lynn Bostick (1940-41) Chauncey Briggs (2012) Jerry Clem (1951-53) Brian Duncan (1971) Jeff Erxleben (1996-00) David Gary (1954-56) Ken Grant (1986) Martin Guidry (2003-05) Jim Hunt (1959-61) Phil Jones (1972) Mike Jusko (1976-80) Billy Klemstein (1981-85) Dan Moreman (1989) Bernard Kuehn (1945) Buford Partee (1950) Rod Poirot (1965-66) Charles Russell (1947-49) Kelly Turner (2008-11) Bill Wagley (1942) Herbert Wales (1948-49) Lee Yokum (1957-59)

72 Jack Archibald (1951) Travis Atwood (1989-92) Jimmy Chase (2009-10) Bobby Collier (1948-50) Butch Cooper (1978) Alvin Dalton (1958-61) Chuck Dannis (1969-71) Jake Fawcett (1939-41) Kevin Gober (1997-01) Ben Gottschalk (2010-12) Tommy Hairston (1952-54) Max Jones (1942) Louis Kelcher (1972-74) Jack Linsey (1946) Del Montgomery (1984-86) Norman Medlen (1964-65) Ross Nigh (2006-07) Greg Noebel (1977) Brian O’Meara (1979-83) Bill Switzer (1945) Charles Terrell (1957) Robert Wharton (1955) Gene Williams (1976) Dray Wilson (1993-96)

73 Clarence Booth (1940-42) Paul Brown (1960) Bob Cadawallader (1950-52) Judson Davis (1998-99, 2001) Horace Derry (1973-74) Bruce Dietz (1976) Curtis Eldridge (1989-92) Jack Elliot (1944-46) Gary Ferguson (1956-59) Forrest Gregg, Sr. (1953-55) Tim Hale (1985-86) Jack Halliday (1947-49) Glenn Ivey (1993-97) John Kimbrough (1965-67) John Meyer (1970, 1973) Buddy Miller (1962-63) John Robinson (1983) Rickey Schulte (1979-82) Henry Sheppard (1972) David Temples (1978)

74 Jack Archibald (1952) Kyle Carroll (1989-91) Michael Carter (1979-83) Christian Chamagua (2012) Ruli Coli (1984-86) Bill Crawford (1951) Martin Cude (1962) John Dean (1960) Bruce Dunmore (1954) Mike Everett (1957) Joey Fontana (2010) Tom Gray (1956, 1958-59) Lowell Halpin (1967) Harry Hargrave (1968-70) Henry Johnson (1945-48) Dave Kiselak (1993-96) Mike Leitko (1971-73) Dontae Livingston (2011) Sean Lobo (2005-08) James McCarthy (1997-01) Mike Moore (1963-64) Charles Perry (1949-50) Fred Posey (1965-66) Gary Richmond (1976-77) Burnie Smith (1941-42, 1946) W. Hulsey Smith (2002-04)

MEDIA

75 Harvey Armstrong (1978-81) Marvin Ayers (1982) Zach Boyd (2008) Charles Chambers (1949-50) Gene Clark (1945-49) Jerry Cornelison (1955-57) Ashton Duhe (2010) Tre Giller (1989-90) Sterling Harris (1999-03) Virgil Harris (1962) Josh Hickman (2006) Walter King (1947-48) Gary Knee (1967-69) Sean Lobo (2004) Nkumu Mandunga (1995-98) Herb McJunkin (1952) Jerry Mays (1958-61) Chris Morris (1983-86) Jerry Phillips (1964-66) Leo Roasa (1963) Greg Shea (1991-94) Dick Smith (1942) Harvey Sutton (1976-77) Guy Thomas (1973-74) Schaad Titus (1972) Kris Weeks (2011-12) George Zoch (1970-71)

76 Joe Basham (1945) Kenard Burley (2003-07) Charles Cannon (1951-53) Judson Davis (2002) Josh Emshoff (2010-11) Joe Ethridge (1946-48) Scott Gibson (1981-82) Bill Jackson (1968-70) Mike Janszen (1965-66) Ed Johnson (1973) John Knee (1962-64) Charles Leyendecker (1954-56) Wayne Ligon (1950) Dan Merritt (1994-98) D. Nady (1971-72) Rodney Parr (1958-59) Doug Rice (1983-86) Russell Ross (1949) Grady St. Clair (1941) Wayne Simpson (1974, 1976) Lee Spivey (1977-80) Jeremy Stout (1990-93) Jim Swope (1942) Garren Thompson (1967) C.B.Williams (1999-00) Edwin Young (1957)

77 Calvin Blackwell (1976) Scott Brady (1982-83) Bill Cook (1948-50) John Daniel (1964) Charles Divelbiss (1942) Don Goss (1952-55) Perry Hartnett (1978-81) Jay Holt (1989) Jason Holz (1992-96) Bobby Hunt (1958, 1960-61) Pete Koltarich (1944-46) Aaron Ladd (1997-00) Randy Lawrence (1968) Josh LeRibeus (2008-09, 2011) John Miears (1956) Dan Moreman (1965-67) Dustin Morton (2003-06) Ryan Potter (1990-91) Hal Quinn (1949-51) Dave Richards (1984-86) Rock Rollins (1970-71) Norman Rosenblum (1947) Al Secor (1974) Mack Swafford (1941) Schaad Titus (1973) Jim Zimmerman (1959)

78 Jack Adkisson (1949) Kelly Arnold (1973) Bob Blakeley (1954-56) Truman Christopher (1965) Tim Condrin (1983-86) J.T. Davis (1959) Jim Duggan (1976) Jordan Free (2009-12) George Gaiser (1964-66) Rodney Gray (1974) Jim Higgins (1968-69) Bill Holder (1995-99) Jason Hunt (1991-94)


OUTLOOK

PLAYERS

Mike Janszen (1967) Henry Johnson (1948) Scott Kilpatrick (2000) Lou Miller (1951-53) Richard Neely (1978-82) Darren Pedroza (1989) Greg Shea (1990) Charles W. Smith (1945) Chris Urbanus (2003-05) Tiny Zaragosa (1972)

79 Justin Boren (2003-04) J.T. Brooks (2008-11) Patrick Byrd (1994-96) Truman Christopher (1966) Trey Cowan (1989-92) Don Deweber (1970-72) Jim Duggan (1974) Roy Dunn (1981-85) Marvin Hahn (1973) Tray Hardin (2000) Ralph Hendrickson (1950-51) Eric Knebel (1953-55) David Marshall (1977-80) Seaver Myers (2012) Jim Passons (1952) Arthur Raines (1960-62) Charles Rains (1967) Jason Sands (1993) David Wilemon (1956-58)

80 Dave Corder (1963-66) Mike DeGrazier (1962) Bill Glaros (1967) Roland Goss (1939-41) Sid Halliday (1942) Richard Harrison (1960-61) Raleigh Harvey (1955) Scott Herrera (1989-90) Byron Hunt (1977-80) Lamar Hunt (1953-54) Freeman Johns (1973-74) Wade Johnson (1981-85) Jim Mahew (1950-52) Ronnie Mason (1956) Ronnie Parker (1971) Ryan Riddle (1999-00) Rufus Shaw (1972) Pelham Staples (1968-69) Cordell Thornton (1996-98) Carl Wallace (1947-49) James Whitmore (1991-95) Eugene Wilson (1945-46) Brady Wyatt (1957, 1959)

81 Brian Berry (1990-94) Wayne Burnett (1948) Harold Clark (1945-47, 1949) John DeVoss (1989) Scott Ford (1981-84) John Glusing (1958-61) Randy Goss (1970, 1972) Alvis Hall (1999) Sam Holden (1967-69) Keenan Holman (2010-12) Brett Kershaw (1985) Galen Lindsey (1974, 1976) J.W. Marshall (2000) Grady Martin (1942) Mike Moore (1965-66) Doyle Nix (1952-54) Ronald Pritchard (1962) Jacoby Rhinehart (1995) Anthony Smith (1977-80) Trent Stephenson (2001) Fred Stier (1963-64) Eric Thompson (1998) Gus Tunnell (1939-41) Mack Tunnell (1951) Cedric Vinson (2002-04) Boyd Wagner (1955-57) Mario Walker (2006-09) Brandon Williams (1996)

COACHES

OPPONENTS

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Cole Beasley (2008) Rory Best (1972-74) Louis Caver (1942) Bobby Chase (2004-06) Doug Christian (1963) Charles Clay (2010) Donnie Denbow (1965-66) Rob Fowler (1997-99) Ivan Gaines (1996) Mark Gann (1979, 1982) Elton Garrett (1976-78) Tommy Gentry (1954-56) Mitch Glieber (1985-86) Jimmy Hawn (1950-52) Greg Hill (1989-92) Greg Hubbard (1981-84) Nyle Johnson (2011) Jim Kreimborg (2000-01) Jason Lindbloom (1993-95) Rusty McDearman (1970-71) Aiden McDonnell (2003) Zohn Milam (1946-49) Happy Nelson (1959-61) Leon Rudolph (1957-58) Dick Smith (1941) Jim Wood (1967) Ryan Wannemacher (2002)

George Adair (1946) Jack Boys (1978) Leo Fikes (1948-50) Ken Fleming (1967-70) Martin Grady (1947) John Graves (1961-63) Lamonte Guillory (1995-97) Gary Heatherington (1974) Jeff Henderson (1998-99) Trent Joeckel (2000) Earl Johnson (1954-55) Alex Litowkin (1951-53) Bob Maddox (1940-41) Joe Bob Markette (1942) Gene Moore (1940-41) Pat Neill (1958-61) Greg Organ (1976) Paul Page (1945-48) Reynaldo Pellerin (2003-06) Cameron Perry (2001) Rob Presthus (2002) David Randle (1980) Albert Reese (1983) DeAndrea Robinson (1994) Kris Silverthorn (1972) Chad Stephenson (1993) Don Stewart (1956) Elmer Thomas (1984-86) Bruce Van Derven (1989-92) Bobby Waid (2011-12) Ryan Walker (2009) Lawrence Whittington (2003) George Wilmot (1964-66) Bob Wilson (1979) Jackie Wilson (1982) Tiny Zaragosa (1973)

83 Jerry Adams (1955) John David Blagg (1999-00) Mike Blaine (1967) Ralph Blount (1970-72) Bart Boren (1974, 1976) Jeff Brock (2006) Phillip Burley (2008) Harry Dean (1950-52) Mike Dry (1977) Daniel Echols (1990-91) David Echols (1965-66) Jimmy Emerson (1960) Doyle Franklin (1985) Byron Frierson (1980) Mitch Glieber (1989) Brian Goodman (1997) Trey Griffin (2002-04) Sid Halliday (1946-47) Tom Hillary (1962-63) Jim Holaday (1956) Darius Joseph (2011-12) Kim Johnson (1983-84) Arthur Londy (2010) Charles Marsh (1959) Pat Niell (1957) Dick Parsons (1954) Robert Quinn (1945) Jim Robertson (1953) Charles Russell (1948-49) Joe Sheppard (1979) Dave Sherer (1958) Kelly Simpson (1940-42) Clint Snowden (1998) Kevin Thornal (1992-96) Ryan Wannemacher (2001)

84 Lowell Baker (1957) Dick Blaylock (1977-78) Mike Brady (1954-55) Phil Clegg (1964) Pinky Clements (1965-66) O.T. Cox (1953) Don Denham (1963) Tom Ferguson (1976) Bob Folsom (1944, 1947-49) Greg Gilleland (1981-85) Darren Harrington (1989-92) John Hughes (1960-61) James Hunt (1979-80) Darrin Johnson (2003) Bud Jones (1958-59) John Jordan (1967-70) David Krischke (1972-73) Cole Loftin (2009-12) Steven McCormack (2010-11) Bill McNutt (1974) Jimmy Moore (1995-97) Mike Moore (1962) Steve O’Neill (2000) Bill Rippey (1950-52) Charles Russell (1945-49) Joe Bailey Scott (1941-42, 1946) Zack Sledge (2005-07) Brandon Wetsel (1998-99)

86 Ronnie Case (1952-53) Vincent Chase (2005-07) Abe Croft (1942-43) Brian DeVoss (1997) Clement Fox (1976) Neal Franklin (1945, 1948-50) David Foster (1998) Bobby Goodrich (1964-67) John Hampton (1999-02) Brent Harraman (1989) Mark Hodges (2003) Marcus Holyfield (2010-12) Lee Jones (1976) Josh Lerner (1995) Larry McClure (1971) Rene Medelin (1958) Darin Mitchell (1981-85) Johnny Moore (1963) Buddy Nichols (1959-61) Joe Nobles (1972-74) Chris Rentzel (1970) Johnny Simmons (1969) B.J. Stankovich (1990-94) Leighton Steward (1954-56) Ben White (1949-51)

87 Raymond Berry (1952-54) Raleigh Blakeley (1946-49) Damond Blueitt (1995-99) Rickey Bolden (1980-83) John DeVoss (1990-92) Willard Dewveall (1955-57) Bob Fisher (1976-79) Mike Hammond (1973) Kurt Neale (1974) Rob Orr (1984-85) Tommy Pappadakis (1989) Ronald Pritchard (1962) Harold Richardson (1965-67) James Lee Robinson (1970-72) Don Stewart (1959) Mowry Stilp (1963) David Thomas (1969) James Travis (1960) Eric Yarbrough (1994)

88 Todd Boales (1980) Glenn Box (1977) Robert Brooks (1954) John Cheney (1943, 1948-49) Bob Clements (1959) Michael Dineen (2002) Joseph Ferguson (2006) Ray Green (1960-62) Bradley Haynes (2008-11) Smitty Keller (1955) Kevin Lias (1995-97) Brian Lovett (1989-90)

REVIEW Will McKinney (2000) Rob McKinnie (1998) Chris Merrill (2004) Cory Muse (2003) Joe Norman (1976) Dave Powell (1950-52) Leroy Price (1999) Albert Reese (1984-86) Dick Reinking (1945-47) Norm Revis (1981-83) Oscar Roan (1972-74) Ronnie Robertson (1971) Carlisle Robison (1957-58) Jim Shaw (1968-69) Daijuan Stewart (2012) Mike Tabor (1964-66) Erwin Wilburn (1991-94)

89 Jordan Airhart (2011-12) Ed Bernet (1952-54) Paul Bradley (1969-71) Henry Christopher (1956-59) Patrick Fleming (2007-10) Clement Fox (1976) Mark Hammond (1972) Bill Harlan (1962-64) Bob Hooks (1950-51) Ryan Kennedy (2003-06) John Matthews (1989) Rene Medellin (1960-61) Mike Mitchell (1960-61) Chad Patton (1990-93) Don Pettaway (1978) Marquis Pleasant (1983-85) Derrice Randle (1997-01) Jim Robertson (1955) Chuck Ryan (1973-74) Gary Smith (1979-82) Clint Snowden (1994-96)

90 Charles Adams (1973-74) Kendall Campbell (1989) Jerry Evans (1999) Paul Giamanco (1995) Robert Gibson (1971-72) Kevin Graham (1976) Kevin Grenier (2008-12) Vince Jenkins (1983-86) Larry McClure (1970) Jared Moore (1978-80) Bob Stunkel (1982) Christian Teichman (1993) Troy Therien (2005-06) Adam Wells (1997-98) Jimmy Williams (1981) Melvin Williams (2000-04) Chris Wilson (1990)

91 Doug Berg (1970-72) Sean Cordobes (1989) Roy Douglas (1977-81) Kyle Griffin (2005-06) Dwight Houghton (1968) John Hughes (1999-00) James Krause (1990) Tom Lowey (1974) Clarence McDade (1982-83) Joe Phillips (1984-85) Torlan Pittman (2008-12) Karon Riley (1996-97) Al Secor (1976) Chad Spretz (1990-92) Eric Tomlin (1993-95) Robert Welch (1946-49)

RECORDS

HISTORY

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Mike Blaine (1969) Aaron Davis (2011-12) Drain Duncan (1972) Chad Ellis (2000) Bill Gholson (1970-71) David Headstream (1973) Jarrod Holmes (1997-98) Bardia Karimi (2010) Brent Karrington (2003-04) Adam Leija (2001) David Lovett (1989) Wilbert Mitchell (1992-96) Rob Orr (1983) Chris Parham (2006-09) Chris Stevenson (1990-91) Dan Sullivan (1984) Russell Washington (1979-82) James Wright (1974, 1976-77)

Bryan Craig (1991) Tim Hague (1981-83) Desmond Jones (2003-04) Jason Lindbloom (1992) Trevor Nelson (1990) Mike Ostos (1989) Carl Pankratz (2000) Dane Rasmussen (1976-78) John Robinson (1984-86) John Schaffler (1997-98) John Simmons (1970) Brian Small (2002) Cameron Smith (2011-12) Jonathan Wallunas (2010) Marty Windham (1995-96) Steve Wright (1979-80)

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David Bloymeyer (1978) Evan Huahulu (2008) Brian Kennedy (1992-94) Tim Linebarger (1982-84) Mike Mason (1976) Patrick Matthews (1989) Mike O'Guin (2010-11) Eric Peterson (1999-02) Dominic Pryor (2004-06) Nick Reed (2012) Burton Roberts (1990) Victor Simon (1979-81) Toby Watts (1985-86) Jon Wilson (1996-97)

Allan Adami (2000-01) Beau Barnes (2010-12) Randy Brooks (1976) Clarence Dennard (1973-74) Rodney Finger (1992-93) Tommy Fraser (1968-69) Byron Frierson (1981-84) Scott Gibson (1979-80) Clay Glockzin (2004) Patrick Handy (2005-08) Brett Kershaw (1986, 1989) Marc Lewis (1990) Jeb Mason (1995) Jeremy Morgan (1994) Marcus Walker (2002) Bobby White (1972) Sam Williams (1997-98)

95 Darryl Atwood (1984-86) Marvin Ayers (1981) Brad Bean (2002-03) Darrin Boone (1982-83) Grady Burnette (1980) John Clark (1976) Will deWaal (1989-91) Mickey Dollens (2007-10) Andrew McCleneghen (2012) Buddy McGinnis (1968-69) Dwight Moore (1970-71) Cagan Morgan (1992-95) Chris Post (1997-01) Dontrell Terrell (1996) Glenn Walls (1974) John Wells (1978-79) Rick Weyand (1972)

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98 John David Blagg (2001) Brannon Coluccio (1992) Szymon Czerniak (2007, 2011) Adrian Dizer (2006) Brandon Henderson (2009-10) David Jefferson (1996-98) Steve Klein (1993) David Knapp (1985) Uzo Okeke (1989-91) Robert Seals (2012) Brad Severs (1976) Harry Smith (2000) Adam Visosky (2008) Wendell Washington (1994-95) Mitch Wills (1980-83)

99 Richard Anderson (1986) Jamar Bey (2003-06) Cornellius Dozier (1982-85) Steve Eades (1976-77) Serge Elizee (2007-08) Jason Evans (1993-97) Eric Ferguson (1978-81) Marquis Frazier (2009) Craig Jackson (2010) Mike Loftus (2010-12) Kenny Rea (1989-92) Robert Seals (2011) Jimmy Simon (1998-99)

92 Charlie Berry (2003-07) James Bowie (1989-92) Mark Cones (1974, 1976) Lute Croy (1998-02) Ahmad Hayes (1993-96) Margus Hunt (2009-12) Terance Mann (1983-86) Eric Moore (1978-82) Chase Schavrda (1997) Mike Shelton (1969, 1971) John Snider (1945)

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HONORED JERSEYS SMU honored the legendary Don Meredith by retiring his jersey at halftime of the SMU-Houston football game in 2008. Meredith, who wore number 17 during his playing years at SMU (1957-59), was a two-time All-America selection on the Hilltop, setting a Southwest Conference record with a 69.6 completion percentage in 1957. The Chicago Bears then selected Meredith in the third round of the 1960 NFL Draft, but traded him to a young Dallas Cowboys franchise for future draft picks. Throughout his nine-year career with the Cowboys, “Dandy” Don was one of the Cowboys’ most recognizable stars, leading his team to three straight division championships and trips to consecutive NFL Championship games following the 1966 and 1967 seasons. During the 1966 season, Meredith was named the NFL Player of the Year, throwing a career-high 24 touchdown passes that season. He was also named to the Pro Bowl that year, his first of two career Pro Bowl selections. In 1976, Meredith was inducted into the Cowboys’ “Ring Of Honor.” Following his playing days, Meredith had a successful TV career as an analyst on ABC’s “Monday Night Football.” He was known for singing “Turn out the lights, the party’s over” when the game appeared to be decided. Meredith was selected as the 2007 recipient of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Pete Rozelle RadioTelevision Award. Meredith also had an acting career, appearing in multiple movies and television shows, including a starring role on “Police Story,” as well as a series of commercials in the 1980s.

As one of the greatest running backs in college football history, Eric Dickerson had his No. 19 SMU jersey retired Nov. 24, 2000. Dickerson earned All-America honors as a senior in 1982 when he rushed for 1,617 yards and 17 touchdowns on 232 carries (7.0 yards per carry), helping the Mustangs to an 11-0-1 record and a No. 2 finish in the final Associated Press national rankings. He finished third in the Heisman Trophy balloting that year behind Herschel Walker and John Elway as SMU captured the Southwest Conference championship and defeated Pitt, 7-3, in the Cotton Bowl. A two-time Southwest Conference Player of the Year, the Sealy, Texas, native set numerous school rushing records, including career yards (4,450), season yards (1,617 in 1982), career touchdowns (47), season touchdowns (19 in 1981) and 100-yard games (28).

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Doak Walker epitomized leadership, sportsmanship, and academic and athletic achievement during his storied career at SMU in the late 1940s. Gracing the covers of numerous national magazines, “The Doaker” was a national phenomenon. The versatile Walker, who also punted, returned punts and kickoffs, and kicked extra points, earned All-America honors in 1947, 1948 and 1949. After starting as a freshman in 1945, he missed the 1946 season due to his service in the Army; however, by his junior season, his exploits on the field had become legendary, and in 1948, Walker became the first junior to win the Heisman Trophy. In addition to winning the Heisman, Walker was a consensus All-America three times and also won the Swede Nelson National Sportsmanship Award while at SMU.


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An SMU leader as a student and an alumnus, Forrest Gregg saw his No. 73 jersey retired Oct. 7, 2000. Gregg was a two-way player on the Mustang football team from 1952-55. Gregg was a dominant force on both sides of the line as a collegian and earned All-SWC honors as a junior and senior in 1954 and 1955. He also served as SMU co-captain in his final year. After his career on the Hilltop concluded, Gregg moved on to a 14-year career in the National Football League. He played for the Green Bay Packers for 13 years and closed his NFL career in 1971 with the Dallas Cowboys. While with the Packers, Gregg won a pair of Super Bowl Rings in 1967 and 1968. He long held a Green Bay record by playing in 187 consecutive games, was chosen All-Pro eight straight years from 1960-67, played in nine Pro Bowls and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977. When football returned to the Hilltop in 1989, it was natural that Gregg would play a part. He served as head coach in 1989 and 1990, and served as SMU’s athletic director (1990-94). He received the Distinguished Alumni Award in the fall of 2000. The award represents the highest honor the university and its Alumni Association can bestow upon an alumnus of the institution.

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A great friend of SMU and one of its most distinguished alumni, Lamar Hunt had his No. 80 football jersey retired Sept. 23, 2000. Hunt was a member of the Mustang football team from 1952-55 and wore No. 80 as a wide receiver his senior season. After graduating from SMU with a degree in geology, Hunt had a distinguished career as a sports entrepreneur. He remains perhaps best known for helping turn professional football into America’s No. 1 sporting pastime and was credited with accidentally naming the NFL’s championship game the “Super Bowl.” He was an original organizer of the American Football League (AFL), for which the Texas Sportswriters Association named him “Southwesterner of the Year.” In 1960, Hunt founded the Dallas Texans, who later became the Kansas City Chiefs, and was a principal negotiator in the AFL/NFL merger that paved the way for much of the game’s modern growth. For all his efforts, Hunt was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1972. As a tribute to his contributions to professional football, the AFC Championship Trophy carries his name, and in 1993, the NFL gave Hunt its Lifetime Achievement Award.

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One of the greatest wide receivers in National Football League history, Raymond Berry had his No. 87 SMU jersey retired Oct. 28, 2000. Berry was a two-way player who earned two letters for the Mustangs in 1953 and 1954. The Corpus Christi, Texas, native earned All-Southwest Conference honors and was an Academic All-American during his senior year. He was a 20th-round NFL Draft choice of the Baltimore Colts in 1955 and became one of the greatest draft selections in league history. Berry led the NFL in receptions in 1958, ‘59 and ‘60. He helped the Colts win the 1958 league championship by catching 12 passes for 178 yards and a touchdown in the title game. When he retired from the game after the 1967 season, Berry was the NFL’s all-time leader with 631 catches for 9,275 yards and 68 touchdowns. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1973.


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Doak Walker 1948 Heisman Trophy & 1947 Maxwell Award Winner

Choc Sanders Guard, 1928

Marion Hammon Tackle, 1929

Speedy Mason Halfback, 1931

Clyde Carter Tackle, 1934

Harry Shuford Fullback, 1934 & 1935

Bobby Wilson Back, 1934 & 1935

Truman Spain Tackle, 1935

J.C. Wetsel Guard, 1935

Kelly Simpson End, 1941

Tom Dean Tackle, 1945

Doak Walker Back, 1947, 1948 & 1949

Kyle Rote Back, 1950

Dick Hightower Center, 1951

Don Meredith Quarterback, 1958 & 1959

John LaGrone Guard, 1966

Jerry LeVias End, 1968

Robert Popelka Defensive Back, 1972

Louie Kelcher Guard, 1974

Oscar Roan Tight End, 1974

Emanuel Tolbert Wide Receiver, 1978

John Simmons Defensive Back, 1980

Harvey Armstrong Defensive Tackle, 1981

Eric Dickerson Running Back, 1982

Russell Carter Defensive Back, 1983

Reggie Dupard Running Back, 1985

John Stewart Placekicker, 1993

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SMU FOOTBALL GREATS QUARTERBACKS FRED BENNERS Ranked among the country’s top 10 passers in 1950 and 1951. Ranks eighth among SMU’s career passing yardage leaders (3,373). Led the Southwest Conference in attempts, completions, completion percentage and passing yards in 1950. Completed 109 passes in only 108 minutes played in 1950. Played professionally in 1952 with the New York Giants.

RAMON FLANIGAN SMU's all-time total offense leader with 7,437 yards. Ranks among the school's career leaders in TD passes (30) and rushing yards (1,797). At the time of his graduation, he had accounted for more touchdowns (57) than any other SMU player. Ran for 27 touchdowns and threw for 30. Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Totals

Flanigan's Stats ---------------------------Passing--------------------------- ----------Rushing--------Att. Comp. Pct. Yards INT TD Att. Yards TD 24 11 .458 167 0 1 13 26 0 199 111 .558 1,334 8 8 114 462 3 312 168 .538 1,869 8 6 182 504 12 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1 -9 0 212 106 .500 1,715 13 11 155 394 6 82 42 .512 555 3 4 104 422 6 829 438 .528 5,640 32 30 569 1,797 27

Chuck Hixson holds SMU records for passing yards, completions and TD passes

MIKE FORD Ranks fourth on SMU’s career list in total offense (6,055) and passing yards (6,239). The nation’s second-leading passer in 1980, completing 224 of 389 passes for 3,007 yards and 17 touchdowns. Spent one season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1981 and one season in the USFL with the San Antonio Gunslingers. Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 Totals

Ford's Stats ---------------------------Passing--------------------------- ----------Rushing--------Att. Comp. Pct. Yards INT TD Att. Yards TD 301 153 .508 2,064 20 11 57 -138 2 389 224 .576 3,007 23 17 70 -50 4 37 23 .622 217 3 0 8 25 0 158 75 .475 951 8 6 26 -21 4 885 475 .537 6,239 54 34 161 -184 10

CHUCK HIXSON Led the nation in passing as a sophomore in 1968. Left as the Mustangs’ career leader in passing yards (7,179) and completions (642). Ranks third in touchdown passes (40) and second in total offense (6,884). Threw for over 300 yards on eight occasions, a then-record for an SMU quarterback.

Ramon Flanigan is SMU's all-time total offense leader with 7,437 yards

Year 1968 1969 1970 Totals

Hixson's Stats ---------------------------Passing--------------------------- ----------Rushing--------Att. Comp. Pct. Yards INT TD Att. Yards TD 468 265 .566 3,103 23 21 88 -108 6 362 217 .599 2,313 15 9 82 -111 3 285 160 .561 1,763 18 10 73 -76 1 1,115 642 .576 7,179 56 40 243 -295 10

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MIKE ROMO Ranks second among SMU career leaders in completions (601) and attempts (1,034), and third among the school’s passing yardage leaders (6,041). His 2,927 passing yards in 1989 are the seventh-most in a single season by an SMU quarterback. Established four then-school records as a freshman — most yards passing in a game (450), most completions in a game (40), most completions in a season (282) and most pass attempts in a season (503). Year 1989 1990 1991 Totals

Romo's Stats ---------------------------Passing--------------------------- ----------Rushing--------Att. Comp. Pct. Yards INT TD Att. Yards TD 503 282 .561 2,927 18 14 78 -166 0 412 250 .607 2,434 13 19 78 -206 0 119 69 .580 680 7 2 22 30 0 1,034 601 .581 6,041 38 35 178 -342 0

RUNNING BACKS Lance McIlhenny posted a career mark of 34-5-1 at the SMU helm

GERALD MANN First-team All-Southwest Conference selection in 1926 and 1927. Led SMU to a 15-2-1 record in his final two seasons. Nicknamed the “Little Red Arrow” because of his strong, accurate throwing arm. Member of the first Mustang team to play in Ownby Stadium in 1926. Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1969. Eventually went into law and served as the Attorney General for the state of Texas.

LANCE MCILHENNY SMU and the SWC’s all-time winningest quarterback with a combined record of 34-5-1. Guided SMU to its first 11-win season and a national championship. Three-time All-SWC selection from 1981-83. Led the SWC in passing efficiency with a 133.0 rating in 1982. Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 Totals

ERIC DICKERSON All-America in 1982. SWC career leader with 47 rushing TDs. All-time SMU rushing leader and third on the SWC career list with 4,450 yards. Had 28 100-yard rushing games at SMU. First-round draft choice of the Los Angeles Rams in 1983. Broke the NFL single-season rushing record wtih 2,105 yards in 1984. Finished his professional career in 1993 as the NFL’s second all-time leading rusher. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1999. Year 1979 1980 1981 1982 Totals

Dickerson's Stats ------------------Rushing------------------ -----------------Receiving----------------Att. Yards Avg. TD No. Yards Avg. TD 115 477 4.2 6 6 35 5.8 0 188 928 4.9 5 6 93 15.5 1 255 1,428 5.6 19 1 2 2.0 0 232 1,617 7.0 17 6 60 10.0 0 790 4,450 5.6 47 19 190 10.0 1

McIlhenny's Stats ---------------------------Passing--------------------------- ----------Rushing--------Att. Comp. Pct. Yards INT TD Att. Yards TD 53 22 .415 303 1 5 36 19 0 155 67 .432 1,066 10 7 112 241 0 120 57 .475 910 7 10 99 167 2 162 77 .475 1,233 3 11 77 68 3 490 223 .455 3,512 21 33 324 495 5

DON MEREDITH Two-time All-America selection in 1958 and 1959. Set SWC record with .696 completion percentage in 1957. First-round draft choice of the Dallas Texans in 1960 (which later became the Kansas City Chiefs), but was awarded to the expansion Dallas Cowboys later that year. Starred for the Cowboys from 1960-68 and later became an announcer for ABC-TV’s “Monday Night Football” telecasts. Year 1957 1958 1959 Totals

Meredith's Stats ---------------------------Passing--------------------------- ----------Rushing--------Att. Comp. Pct. Yards INT TD Att. Yards TD 102 71 .696 912 6 7 87 143 4 112 65 .580 952 7 7 77 230 8 181 105 .580 1,266 10 11 102 25 2 395 241 .610 3,130 23 25 266 398 14 Eric Dickerson will always hold the SWC record with 47 TDs

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KEYLON KINCADE Finished his career as the sixth-leading rusher in school history with 3,038 yards. Along with Eric Dickerson, Reggie Dupard and Alvin Maxson, was one of only five backs ever at SMU to record multiple 1,000-yard seasons. A two-time All-WAC selection. Holds the school record for season and single-game attempts. Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 Totals

Kincade's Stats ------------------Rushing------------------ -----------------Receiving----------------Att. Yards Avg. TD No. Yards Avg. TD 17 58 3.4 0 1 -2 -2.0 0 93 421 4.5 1 10 59 5.9 0 327 1,279 3.9 7 20 143 7.2 0 317 1,280 4.0 4 18 271 15.1 1 754 3,038 4.0 12 49 471 9.6 1

ZACH LINE Three-time All-Conference USA selection from 2010-12. Ranks second at SMU in career rushing yards (4,185) and his 1,494 yards in 2010 are the second-most in program history. Tied for the most rushing TDs alltime with Eric Dickerson (47). Ranked second in career attempts (778) and in career 100-yard games (20). Honorable Mention All-America in 2011.

Following in the footsteps of Eric Dickerson and Craig James, Reggie Dupard exploded on to the national scene in 1983 and earned All-America honors in 1985

Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Totals

Line's Stats ------------------Rushing------------------ -----------------Receiving----------------Att. Yards Avg. TD No. Yards Avg. TD 49 189 3.9 7 10 68 6.8 0 244 1,494 6.1 10 17 163 9.6 0 208 1,224 5.9 17 15 139 9.3 0 277 1,278 4.6 13 33 229 6.9 0 778 4,185 5.4 47 75 599 8.0 0

REGGIE DUPARD All-America selection in 1985. One of two running backs to rush for 1,000 in three consecutive seasons. Career 5.9-yard average per carry is the best in school history. SMU’s third all-time leading rusher with 3,772 yards. First-round draft choice of the New England Patriots in 1986. Year 1982 1983 1984 1985 Totals

Dupard's Stats ------------------Rushing------------------ -----------------Receiving----------------Att. Yards Avg. TD No. Yards Avg. TD 13 85 6.5 2 1 2 2.0 0 197 1,249 6.3 9 4 22 5.5 0 196 1,160 5.9 16 10 114 11.4 0 229 1,278 5.6 14 11 180 16.4 2 635 3,772 5.9 41 26 318 12.2 2

CRAIG JAMES Three-time All-SWC selection from 1980-82. Ranks fourth on the SMU career rushing list with 3,743 yards. Owns the second-highest career punting average in school history (43.6). Played two seasons with the USFL’s Washington Federals from 1983-84 before spending five NFL seasons (1984-88) with the New England Patriots. Currently a prominent television personality. Year 1979 1980 1981 1982 Totals

James' Stats ------------------Rushing------------------ -----------------Receiving----------------Att. Yards Avg. TD No. Yards Avg. TD 168 761 4.5 4 20 206 10.3 0 177 896 5.1 6 15 191 12.7 0 233 1,147 4.9 9 5 45 9.0 0 197 938 4.8 4 11 208 18.9 3 775 3,742 4.8 23 51 650 12.7 3

Zach Line finished his career at SMU second on the career rushing yards list (4,185) and his 1,494 yards rushing in 2010 are the second-most in program history for a season

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RODNICK PHILLIPS An All-Western Athletic Conference selection. Finished his career ranked 14th among SMU’s career rushing leaders with 1,857 yards. Rushed for 1,115 yards in 1998 to become just the sixth SMU back to eclipse the 1,000-yard barrier in a season. Signed a free agent contract with the Seattle Seahawks in 2000. Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 Totals

Phillips' Stats ------------------Rushing------------------ -----------------Receiving----------------Att. Yards Avg. TD No. Yards Avg. TD 32 117 3.7 1 22 618 28.1 1 28 122 4.4 0 10 207 20.7 0 239 1,115 4.7 9 7 157 22.4 0 150 503 3.4 3 16 114 7.1 0 449 1,857 4.1 13 55 1,096 19.9 1

KYLE ROTE Outstanding all-around player who earned All-America recognition as a halfback in 1950. An All-SWC selection in 1949 and 1950. Twelfthleading rusher in school history (2,049). His 44.4-yard punting average in 1949 was the second-highest average in the nation and is the fifthhighest single-season average ever at SMU. First-round selection of the New York Giants in 1951. Inducted into National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1964. -------Rushing------Year Att. Yards TD 1948 116 510 4 1949 142 777 8 1950 152 762 12 Totals 410 2,049 24

Kyle Rote was one of SMU's most decorated players and earned All-America accolades in 1950

ALVIN MAXSON Three-time All-Southwest Conference first-team selection from 1971-73. Led the team in rushing for three consecutive seasons (1971-73). Ranks ninth among SMU’s career rushing leaders with 2,734 yards. His 1,012 yards led the Southwest Conference in 1971. Played in the NFL with five teams from 1974-78. Year 1971 1972 1973 Totals

Rote's Stats -----Receiving----- ----------------Passing---------------No. Yards TD Att. Comp. Yards INT TD 19 215 3 0 0 0 0 0 14 298 3 42 13 158 4 0 25 221 1 66 27 490 9 3 58 734 7 108 40 648 13 3

-----Punting------Kickoff Returns-- ------------------Scoring----------------Year No. Yards Avg. No. Yards Avg. TD TD/RTD/Rec.TD/Ret. PAT TP 1948 10 280 28.0 2 34 17.0 0 4 3 0 0-0 42 1949 22 978 44.4 6 207 34.5 1 8 3 1 2-3 74 1950 41 1,434 35.0 14 336 24.0 0 12 1 0 0-0 78 Totals 73 2,692 36.9 22 577 26.2 1 24 7 1 2-3 194

Maxson's Stats ------------------Rushing------------------ -----------------Receiving----------------Att. Yards Avg. TD No. Yards Avg. TD 219 1,012 4.7 5 25 224 9.0 0 224 1,005 4.5 12 8 68 7.6 1 115 717 6.2 7 1 -6 -6.0 0 558 2,724 4.9 24 34 286 8.4 1

WAYNE MORRIS A versatile performer who averaged 5.0 yards per carry and caught 163 passes in his SMU career. Ranks sixth among SMU’s career rushing leaders with 3,044 yards. Led the team in rushing in 1975. Played in the NFL from 1976-84 with the St. Louis Cardinals and San Diego Chargers. Year 1972 1973 1974 1975 Totals

Morris' Stats ------------------Rushing------------------ -----------------Receiving----------------Att. Yards Avg. TD No. Yards Avg. TD 175 884 5.1 3 11 48 4.4 1 111 616 5.6 4 0 0 0.0 0 156 744 4.8 3 0 0 0.0 0 163 800 4.9 4 6 115 19.2 2 605 3,044 5.0 14 17 163 9.6 3 Doak Walker is the lone Mustang to claim the Heisman Trophy, bringing the honor home to the Hilltop in 1948

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Walker's Stats -----Receiving----- ----------------Passing---------------No. Yards TD Att. Comp. Yards INT TD 2 32 0 65 38 387 4 1 8 132 0 51 29 342 3 3 15 278 2 46 26 304 6 5 3 26 1 58 34 605 6 5 28 468 3 220 127 1,638 19 14

-------Rushing------Year Att. Yards TD 1945 68 289 5 1947 163 684 8 1948 108 532 8 1949 130 449 10 Totals 469 1,954 31 Year 1945 1947 1948 1949 Totals

-----Punt Returns----No. Yards TD 15 238 0 20 256 1 10 169 1 5 87 0 50 750 2

---Kickoff Returns--No. Yards TD 5 115 0 10 379 2 5 161 0 6 101 0 26 756 2

--Interception Returns-No. Yards TD 2 58 0 4 12 0 3 75 0 2 11 0 11 156 0

Year 1945 1947 1948 1949 Totals

-------Punting------- -------------------------------Scoring------------------------------No. Yards Avg. TD/Rush TD/Rec. TD/Ret. PAT FG TP 11 344 31.3 5 0 0 0-0 0-0 30 11 377 34.3 8 0 3 18-22 1-1 87 35 1,473 42.1 8 2 1 22-29 0-0 88 23 960 41.7 10 1 0 17-22 0-0 83 80 3,154 39.4 31 3 4 57-73 1-1 288

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DOAK WALKER SMU’s only Heisman Trophy winner, capturing the award in 1948. Three-time All-America selection from 1947-49. Only four-time All-SWC performer in school history. SMU career leader in points (288) and punt return yards (750). Spent six seasons in the NFL with the Detroit Lions from 1950-55. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1986. In his honor, the Doak Walker National Running Back Award, recognizing the nation’s outstanding college running back, was established in 1990.

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RAYMOND BERRY All-SWC and Academic All-American in 1954. Played 13 seasons in the NFL with the Baltimore Colts. Played in three NFL championship games and five Pro Bowls. Held Colts records for receiving yards in a career (9,275), season (1,298) and game (224). Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility in 1973.

JERRY LEVIAS All-America selection in 1968 and three-time All-SWC performer from 1966-68. Holds the SMU record for receiving yards in a game (213). Ranks third in school history in career punt return yards with 710. Played with the Houston Oilers from 1969-70 and San Diego Chargers from 1971-74. Selected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2003. Year 1966 1967 1968 Totals

------Receiving----No. Yards TD 18 420 7 57 724 7 80 1,131 8 155 2,275 22

LeVias' Stats -----Punt Returns---No. Yards TD 17 222 1 17 227 0 24 261 1 58 710 2

-----Kickoff Returns---No. Yards TD 15 393 1 21 394 0 17 293 0 53 1,080 1

BOBBY WILSON Two-time All-America and two-time All-Southwest Conference honoree. A versatile performer who was a member of SMU’s National Championship team in 1935. Inducted into the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame in 1973. Played professional football for one season with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1936.

Jerry LeVias was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2003

RON MORRIS All-Southwest Conference first-team honoree in 1986. Led SMU in receptions for three consecutive seasons (1983-85). Ranks sixth in receiving yards (2,410), 11th in receptions (147) and seventh in touchdown receptions (15) at SMU. His 16.4-yard reception average once ranked as the highest career average for any SMU receiver with over 100 catches. Played professionally with the Chicago Bears from 1987-92.

Bobby Wilson led SMU to the national title in 1935

Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 Totals

No. 41 27 31 48 147

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Morris' Stats Yards 688 554 411 757 2,410

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ALDRICK ROBINSON Caught a school-record 14 TDs and notched 1,301 receiving yards, second-most ever in a season at SMU, as a senior. Ended his career by catching TD passes in a school-record eight straight games. The first player in SMU history to record two 1,000-yard seasons. Involved in two of the three longest pass plays in school history. Owns three of the top four single-game yardage totals in school lore. Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Rec. 10 59 47 65 181

Robinson's Stats Yards 166 1,047 800 1,301 3,314

Avg. 16.6 17.7 17.0 20.0 18.3

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EMMANUEL SANDERS Named an Honorable Mention All-American by SI.com following his senior season. A first-team All-Conference USA performer in 2009. Ranks as SMU's all-time leader in career catches (285), TD (34) catches and yards (3,791), single-season (98) and single-game (18) receptions, and single-season yardage (1,339). Holds SMU records for career 100-yard-receiving games with 16 and season 100-yard games with six (2008). The only player in SMU history to record four 600-yard receiving seasons. Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

No. 46 74 67 98 285

Sanders' Stats Yards 605 886 958 1,339 3,791

Avg. 13.2 12.0 14.3 13.7 13.3

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Aldrick Robinson ended his career by catching TD passes in a school-record eight straight games

EMANUEL TOLBERT Received All-America recognition in 1978. When he graduated, he was SMU's career leader in receiving yards with 2,784 and held school records for touchdown receptions in a game, season and career. Played 11 seasons in the CFL from 1980-90. Year 1976 1977 1978 1979 Totals

No. 17 64 62 28 171

Tolbert's Stats Yards 371 996 1,041 376 2,784

Avg. 21.8 15.1 16.2 13.4 16.3

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JASON WOLF When he graduated, he was SMU's all-time leader in career receptions with 235. Set a then-NCAA freshman record when he caught 61 passes in 1989. Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 Totals

No. 61 55 59 60 235

Wolf's Stats Yards 676 462 565 529 2,232

Avg. 11.1 8.4 9.6 8.8 9.5

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OFFENSIVE LINEMEN ANDREW CAMPBELL Two-time first-team All-Southwest Conference selection as a guard in 1983 and 1984. Helped pave the way for SMU, averaging more than 250 yards on the ground in both his junior and senior seasons. Team won 20 of 24 games overall, as well as one bowl game, in the 1983 and 1984 seasons.

MAX CHRISTIAN Emmanuel Sanders was an Honorable Mention All-American following his senior season on the Hilltop

All-Southwest Conference first-team honoree at center for SMU in 1958. Honorable-mention All-America in 1959. Stood 6-3 and weighed just 218 pounds. Blocked for Don Meredith and Glynn Gregory during his career in which he also starred at linebacker. A team captain as a senior in 1961.

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DEFENSIVE LINEMEN HARVEY ARMSTRONG Earned All-America honors at defensive tackle in 1981. Co-captain of 1981 SWC Championship squad that finished 10-1. Played for Philadelphia Eagles (1982-84) and Indianapolis Colts (1986-90).

JERRY BALL After being recruited as a fullback, became three-time All-SWC selection at nose tackle from 1984-86. Third-round pick of the Detroit Lions in 1987 and started every game during his rookie season. Named to three Pro Bowl squads in six seasons with the Lions. Played for the Cleveland Browns for two seasons from 1993-94 before signing with the Oakland Raiders in 1995. Played with the Minnesota Vikings in 1998.

MICHAEL CARTER Won the silver medal in the shot put at the 1984 Summer Olympics. All-SWC defensive tackle in 1983. Fifth-round draft choice of the San Francisco 49ers in 1984. Three-time Pro Bowl selection at nose tackle. Anchored 49ers' defensive line for nine seasons (1984-92). Dick Hightower was an All-America center for SMU in 1951

FORREST GREGG Two-time All-SWC selection in 1954 and 1955. A two-way player at both offensive and defensive tackle from 1952-55. Played 14 seasons in the NFL and won two Super Bowl rings with the Green Bay Packers in 1967 and 1968. Selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977. Coached the Cincinnati Begnals to Super Bowl XVI. Served as SMU’s head football coach (1989-90) and athletic director (1990-94).

DICK HIGHTOWER All-America selection at center in 1951. Two-time All-SWC selection in 1950 and 1951 while blocking for Kyle Rote. Rugged two-way performer who led the team in tackles as a linebacker in 1951.

RAY SCHOENKE Selected to the All-SWC team and was honored as an Academic AllAmerican in 1962. Spent two seasons with the Dallas Cowboys in 1963 and 1964 before playing 10 seasons with the Washington Redskins from 1966-75. Ran for Governor of Maryland in 1998.

HENRY SHEPPARD First-team All-Southwest Conference selection at offensive tackle in 1974 and 1975. Second-team All-SWC honoree as a sophomore in 1973. Helped SMU average more than 260 yards per game on the ground in both his junior and senior seasons. Played professionally for the Cleveland Browns from 1976-81.

TRUMAN SPAIN First-team All-America and All-Southwest Conference as a senior guard in 1935. Helped lead SMU to a 12-1 record and the national championship in 1935. Integral part of an offense which outscored its opponents 288-39 in 1935.

Michael Carter was an All-SWC performer at SMU before becoming a Pro Bowl defender for the San Francisco 49ers

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LUKE JOHNSON A two-time All-Western Athletic Conference selection at defensive end. Recorded a school-record 23.5 career sacks from 1996-99.

LOUIE KELCHER Earned All-America honors and was named the SWC Defensive Player of the Year in 1974. Two-time All-SWC selection (1972, 1974). Holds the school record for most tackles-for-loss in a season (22, 1974). Standout NFL defensive tackle with the San Diego Chargers (1975-83) and San Francisco 49ers (1984).

JOHN LAGRONE Remarkable strength and determination allowed him to be selected an All-American and Academic All-American in 1966. Three-time All-SWC performer (1964-66). Played for the CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos from 1967-74. Gary Moten is the second-leading tackler in school history with 455 stops

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CHRIS BORDANO Named the 1997 Western Athletic Conference Mountain Division Defensive Player of the Year. Earned All-WAC honors in 1996 and 1997 as well as All-Southwest Conference recognition in 1994. Ranks fifth among SMU's career tackles leaders with 421. Played professionally with the New Orleans Saints, Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons.

PUTT CHOATE Two-time All-SWC choice in 1977 and 1978. The leading tackler in school history with 649 stops. Owns SMU’s single-season record for most tackles with 253 in 1978. Recorded 31 tackles in a game against Texas A&M in 1976. Played professionally for the Denver Gold (USFL) in 1983, San Antonio Gunslingers (USFL) from 1984-85 and the Green Bay Packers in 1987. Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 Totals

Choate's Stats Unassisted Tackles Assisted Tackles 28 32 76 74 68 118 94 159 266 383

Total Tackles 60 150 186 253 649

A fierce competitor who earned All-SWC recognition as a defensive tackle in 1951 and as a linebacker in 1952. Was also a strong performer on offense, having spent the entire 1950 season exclusively at fullback. Spent 11 seasons as a linebacker for the Green Bay Packers (1953-63).

JERRY GRIFFIN & BILLY BOB STEWART Although great players in their own right, Griffin and Stewart formed SMU's most intimidating linebacker duo in school history. Griffin was a first-team All-Southwest Conference selection in 1966, while Stewart was a two-time All-SWC honoree in 1965 and 1966. In 1966, the duo helped lead SMU to an 8-3 record, the SWC title and a Cotton Bowl appearance. SMU's defense allowed just 14.6 points per game that season.

BILL KIELY The only three-time team captain in school history. His 445 career tackles rank third all-time among SMU defenders. Led SMU in tackles in 1990 (144) and 1991 (125). Initially a walk-on who ended up a threetime team Defensive Most Valuable Player as selected by his coaches and teammates. Had at least 10 tackles 24 times in his prolific career.

GARY MOTEN Won All-SWC honors in 1981 and 1982. Second-leading tackler in school history with 455 stops. Led the team in tackles for three consecutive seasons (1980-82). Played professionally with the San Francisco 49ers in 1983, then spent three seasons in the CFL with Winnipeg, Saskatchewan and Toronto (1985-87). Finished his career with the Kansas City Chiefs in 1987.

JASON SIMONTON A two-time All-Western Athletic Conference selection at linebacker (1998 and 1999). Led SMU in tackles as a junior and senior with 100-plus each season. Kept six-year streak alive of an SMU linebacker recording 100 or more tackles in a season. Putt Choate amassed an amazing 649 tackles on the Hilltop

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CRAIG SWANN Earned All-Southwest Conference honors as a junior in 1995 and AllWestern Athletic Conference recognition in 1996. Ended his career with 326 total tackles and 27 stops behind the line of scrimmage. His 167 tackles in 1995 led the SWC and ranks third among SMU’s single-season leaders. His 102 solo tackles in 1996 set a single-season school record.

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BRANDY BROWNLEE Kicked the second-longest field goal in school history, a 57-yarder. Ranks second in career field goal accuracy with a percentage of .714. The 12th-leading scorer in school history with 170 points.

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RUSSELL CARTER Earned All-America honors in 1983. SMU’s career interception leader with 18 picks. Three-time All-SWC cornerback (1981-83). First-round draft pick by the New York Jets in 1984. Spent four seasons with the Jets before playing two seasons with the Los Angeles Raiders (1988-89). Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 Totals

INT 0 7 4 7 18

Avg. 0.0 14.6 17.0 5.7 11.7

TD 0 0 0 0 0

WES HOPKINS Former walk-on who was a two-time All-SWC selection (1981-82). Led the SWC with six interceptions in 1982. SMU’s career leader in interception return yards (231). Tied the school single-game record with four thefts against Houston in 1981. Enjoyed an All-Pro NFL career with the Philadelphia Eagles from 1983-93.

ROD JONES Made five career interceptions and 133 total tackles. One of the fastest players in school history, Jones was also a track standout for SMU in the 1980s. Member of the 1986 national champion track team at SMU. One of two players from SMU to be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft in 1986 (Reggie Dupard was the other). Played professionally nine years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1986-90) and Cincinnati Bengals (1991-93, 1995) in the NFL.

An All-SWC placekicker in 1980. Owns the all-time school record with 262 points kicking and 44 field goals. Set the school mark with 91 kicking points in 1981. Played two seasons with the Green Bay Packers in 1983 and 1984.

JESSIE HENDERSON Set an NCAA career record for kickoff return yards (since broken), finishing with 2,945. Finished second in NCAA history for career kickoff returns with 122 attempts. Tied an SMU record with two career kickoff return touchdowns.

MARGUS HUNT Set an NCAA career record for field goal blocks, totaling 10 in his career. Had seven career PAT blocks. Finished second all-time in combined blocked kicks with 17. First-team All-Conference USA in 2012. Drafted 53rd overall by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2013 NFL Draft.