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Mustangs Fall At Tulane, 78-67

SMU Mustangs
SMU TULANE
67 78
13-13 (3-8) 17-9 (5-6)



1st 2nd F
 SMU 29 38 67
 TU 33 45 78

SMU TU
 Points 67 78
 FG Made-Att. 27-48 23-50
 FG Percentage 56.3% 46.0%
 3FG Made-Att. 2-6 14-30
 3FG Percentage 33.3% 46.7%
 FT Made-Att. 11-15 18-24
 FT Percentage 73.3% 75.0%
 Rebounds 31 22
 Assists 16 16
 Turnovers 20 12
 Blocks 2 2
 Steals 3 10

 Individual Leaders
 Stat  SMU  TU
 Points  Williams - 16  Tarrant - 25
 Rebounds  Tied (2) - 6  Davis - 7
 Assists  Cunningham - 5  Tarrant - 6
 Blocks  Tied (2) - 1  Tied (2) - 1

 Up Next
 Who:  East Carolina
 When:  Saturday, Feb. 23 - 2 PM CT
 Where:  Dallas, Texas
 Radio:  KAAM 770 AM
 Live Stats:  SMU Gametracker
 Live Video:  Mustang All-Access
Schedule  |  Tickets

Feb. 16, 2013

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NEW ORLEANS (AP)- Ricky Tarrant scored 25 points and Jordan Callahan added 20 off the bench as Tulane downed SMU 78-67 Saturday.

Tarrant was 7-of-14 shooting and made 4 of 8 from 3-point range, while Callahan knocked down six treys in 12 attempts and hit 7 of 13 overall for the Green Wave (17-9, 5-6 Conference USA).

Tulane made 46.7 percent (14 of 30) from 3-point range, helping overcome a 31-22 disadvantage in rebounds.

SMU (13-13, 3-8) knocked down 56.3 percent (27 of 48) from the field, though it was just 2 of 6 from 3-point range. Every starter scored in double figures, led by Shawn Williams with 16 points. Nick Russell added 13, Jalen Jones and Ryan Manuel 12 and Cannen Cunningham10.

The Mustangs pulled within 65-62 on Jones' layup with 3:29 left, but Tarrant responded with consecutive 3-pointers and Ben Cherry later added another in building the final cushion.

Next for SMU is a home game at Moody Coliseum against East Carolina on Saturday, Feb. 23. Tipoff is slated for 2 p.m. CT. Tickets can be purchased online at smumustangs.com/tickets or by calling 214-768-4263.


SMU Postgame Notes - Feb. 16, 2013
Tulane 78, SMU 67
Tulane (17-9, 5-6 C-USA), SMU (13-13, 3-8 C-USA)
Devlin Fieldhouse (3,600)
New Orleans, Louisiana

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NEXT GAME:
SMU visits Tulane - Saturday, Feb. 23 - 2 p.m. - Moody Coliseum (8,000)
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Video: SMUMustangs.com

TEAM NOTES
- SMU all-time record vs. Tulane - 15-13
- 5 Mustangs had 10+ points for the 2nd time this season (other time: 11/11 vs. LMU)
- Williams (16), Russell (13), Manuel (12), Jones (12), Cunningham (10)
- SMU shot 56.3% FGs (27-48), 3rd best FG% of the season
- 5th highest in a C-USA game in SMU history
- Tulane had only 22 rebounds - T-4th fewest rebounds allowed by SMU in a C-USA game, lowest in any game this season
- SMU pulled to within 3 (63-60) with 4:23 left, but did not get any closer
- Mustangs started game 17-3 (run ended at 11:51 of 1st half)
- Larry Brown is:
   - 1666-1205 career record (includes NBA, ABA, USA Basketball and NCAA)
   - 190-74 in NCAA
   - 13-13 at SMU

INDIVIDUAL NOTES
Cannen Cunningham (#15 - C - 6-10 - So.)
- 10 points, 6 rebs, 5 assists, 1 block
- Now has 47 blocks this season (T-13th all-time), 65 in his career (T-14th all-time w/ Jeryl Sasser)

Jalen Jones (#21 - G - 6-7 - So.)
- 12 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals
- 10+ points in all but 3 games this season
- 11th straight game with 10+ points

Ryan Manuel (#1 - G - 6-4 - So.)
- 12 points, 4 rebs, 4 assists
- 4-6 FTs
- Now has 141 FTMs in 2012-13
- 2nd most for a sophomore in SMU history (passed Jim Krebs, who had 137 FTMs in 1954-55)

Nick Russell (#12 - G - 6-4 - Jr.)
- 13 points, 3 rebs, 4 assists
- 12 straight games with 10+ points
- Has scored in double-digits in all but 4 games this season

Shawn Williams (#2 - F - 6-7 - Jr.)
- 16 points in 39 minutes
- 10th game with 10+ points
- 6-8 FGs
- 3rd time leading the team in scoring



 

 

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