Do Not Pick Up The Big XII Leftovers.

Oklahoma and Texas leaving for the SEC has created a tsunami throughout the college sports landscape. It has caused both the casual fan and the long time sports pundits to be stumbling over themselves breaking down the rest of the Big XII conference to figure out who goes where in the college sports garage sale […] READ MORE

SMU Answers QB Issues With Preston Stone


It was not much of a secret or surprise, but SMU answers QB issues Wednesday. Quarterback Preston Stone, as expected, signed his letter of intent to play for Sonny Dykes and the Mustangs. He is the younger brother of current SMU receiver Parker Stone. He is also one of the biggest high end recruits the […] READ MORE

Mustangs Trying To Keep Their Grip


The season has gone from one of great potential to one of trying to hold it together. Losses are losses. But the thumping that SMU took Saturday at East Carolina has the Mustangs trying to keep their grip on what is left of the 2020 season. Down 45-7 at halftime, SMU did outscore the Pirates […] READ MORE

SMU Easily Handled By East Carolina


Whatever rest and reset the SMU Mustangs got with the extra week off after last week’s postponement, it didn’t work. SMU easily handled by East Carolina 52-38 in Greenville Saturday afternoon, has a lot of soul searching to do. SMU made the game look close at the end, but at one point, they were down […] READ MORE

Is SMU Refreshed And Ready?


In a season that frequently resembles a schedule of pick-up games, SMU is coming off a second bye week that came as the result of the opponent’s COVID outbreaks. Is SMU refreshed and ready going into this weekend’s game at East Carolina? The Mustangs have been dinged up in recent games, and the unscheduled week […] READ MORE

SMU Unravels In Tulsa


SMU has been an inconsistent high wire act all season long. Saturday night, in Tulsa, the Mustangs had theirs cut out from under them in a 28-24 loss that all but knocks them out of contention for the AAC title game. SMU Unravels In Tulsa Numbers can often be made to look like whatever someone […] READ MORE

SMU’s Next “Toughest” Game


SMU is 7-1 and with only three games left in the regular season the Mustangs are in control of their own fate for a shot at the AAC championship game. That get’s us to SMU’s next “toughest” game in the 2020 season, The Tulsa Golden Hurricanes. SMU’s Next “Toughest” Game But in Sonny Dykes fashion, […] READ MORE

SMU Blows Out Temple


Even when Temple led early in the game, the outcome felt like an inevitability that was just around the corner. That corner was the halftime locker room. SMU came out in the second half and put a beatdown on the Owls with a 47-23  win in Philadelphia. Temple scored on the first play of the […] READ MORE

SMU Bounces Back Against Navy

Welcome back to the college football conference race, SMU. After last week’s loss to Cincinnati, SMU head coach Sonny Dykes said he would see what kind of character his players and coaches had. They had character with plenty to spare in a 51-37 win over Navy at Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas Saturday night. […] READ MORE