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SMU Men's Basketball Postgame Notes - Jan. 30, 2013 - SMU 68, Marshall 57

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Jan. 30, 2013

Recap

SMU 68, Marshall 57
SMU (12-10, 2-5 C-USA), (9-12, 2-4 C-USA)
Cam Henderson Center (9,043)
Huntington, West Virginia


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NEXT GAME:
SMU hosts Houston - Saturday, Feb. 2 - 2 p.m. - Moody Coliseum (8,000)
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TV: Time Warner Cable Sports
- First home game after three-game road trip
- Houston defeated SMU 78-67 at the Hofheinz Pavilion on Jan. 9.

TEAM NOTES
- First win against Marshall in school history - SMU all-time record vs. Marshall: 1-8
- Only Marshall's third loss at home this year
- Lost to Cincinnati and Delaware State
- Larry Brown is:
   - 1665-1202 career record (includes NBA, ABA, USA Basketball and NCAA)
   - 189-71 in NCAA
   - 12-10 at SMU
- SMU shot 15-27 (55.6%) FGs in the 1st half
- 7th double-digit win of the season for SMU
- Mustangs now 10-4 when outrebounding opponent
- Outrebounded Marshall 41-35
- 2nd highest rebound total of the season (49 at Hofstra - 12/1/12)
- SMU never trailed after a 3-pointer by Shawn Williams at 11:29 of the 1st half (Mustangs took 13-11 lead)

INDIVIDUAL NOTES
Cannen Cunningham (#15 - C - 6-10 - So.)
- 4 points, 8 rebounds

Jalen Jones (#21 - G - 6-7 - So.)
- 19 points, 8 rebounds
- 10+ points in 19 of 22 games this season
- 7th straight game scoring in double digits
- 15+ points in 12 games this season
- 3 assists


 

 

Ryan Manuel (#1 - G - 6-4 - So.)
- 17 points
- 12th 10+ scoring game
- 6th 15+ scoring game
- Back-to-back 17 point games (17 at UCF - 1/26)

Nick Russell (#12 - G - 6-4 - Jr.)
- 15 points
- 8th straight game with 10+ points
- 10+ points in 18 of 22 games
- 7 rebounds - ties career high (7 vs. Tulsa - 1/6)
- 5 assists



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