SMU Blows Past North Texas

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Earlier in the week, SMU head coach Sonny Dykes said he hoped to be able to open up the offense a little more than in week one. Mission accomplished. The Mustangs rolled to a 65-35 victory at North Texas Saturday night. In the process they put up 710 yards of total offense. Senior quarterback Shane […] READ MORE


Sonny Dykes Sees Opportunities This Week

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SMU coach Sonny Dykes looks at Saturday’s game against North Texas and sees positive potential. The Mustangs and the Mean Green both go into the game at 1-0. And North Texas’ win took on a different value last weekend. They won their season opener against Houston Baptist 57-3 two weeks ago. That same HBU team […] READ MORE


Big Ten Returns To Football

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Just five weeks after announcing they were “postponing” the 2020 college football season, the Big Ten has reversed course. Wednesday they will announce they are returning this Fall. The proposed start date is October 23rd-24th. School presidents and chancellors had been meeting all weekend reviewing new data from conference medical experts. They will play an […] READ MORE


SMU Win Is Good Enough

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It wasn’t pretty. It wasn’t always efficient. And it wasn’t all that for a team with high expectations for the season. But when you are one of the first teams out of the locker room in the COVID era, and with little training camp, you take the wins where you get them. SMU had a […] READ MORE


SMU Can’t Look Past Bobcats

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A 10-win season was great for SMU last year. But it is 2020 and time to prove last season was not a fluke. It starts Saturday afternoon in San Marcos in the season opener against the Texas State Bobcats. If you are looking for signs of how good the Mustangs can be this year, Saturday’s […] READ MORE


Pac 12 Remains Steadfast But With A Lot Of Questions

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Pac 12 commissioner Larry Scott continues to be faithful to the conference’s decision to shut down Fall sports. The Pac 12 remains steadfast in its decision of August 11th, despite acknowledging dramatically new circumstances. Pac 12 Remains Steadfast But With A Lot Of Questions Scott held a quickly called press conference Thursday afternoon to announce […] READ MORE


SMU Looks To Double Down

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The 2019 version of SMU did something no Mustangs team had done in 35 years. They got to double digits in wins with a 10-3 record. Now before anyone starts getting visions of Dickerson, and James, and the Pony Express, we live in a “what have you done for me lately” college football world. And […] READ MORE


Where Does UCLA Go From Here?

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As the Pac 12 cancels all Fall sports, (yes, we know they are calling it a postponement), it leaves a lot of financial questions going forward for every conference school. Some have bigger questions than others. Pac 12 Money Woes Cal is engaged in a lawsuit with Under Armour over a contract that was never […] READ MORE


Can We Be Honest About CFB Closings?

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Cancel the 2020 college football season. We get it. You tried to stir up new schedules like they were margarita mix in a blender, and you thought they would be palatable going forward. You got spooked by medical reports about potential heart problem for victims of COVID and treated it like it was new intel. […] READ MORE


“No Student-Athletes In Isolation”

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Wednesday, LA County Director of Public Health Dr. Barbara Ferrer said, in her daily briefing that the UCLA football program has eight positive tests. The question is how did she know and why did she decide to divulge that? “No Student-Athletes In Isolation” Since UCLA shut down all athletics in April, the school formed a […] READ MORE