Arkansas State vs SMU 9/15/07 -- Notes

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Sept. 15, 2007

Recap |  Final Stats

Justin Willis

- Had 4 TD passes and was his sixth game with three or more passing TDs (it was his 14th career outing)

- With 4 passing TDs, he has 32 for his career, which is fifth at SMU (passed Ramon Flanigan, 30 from 1994-97)

- Now has 248 career completions to move into 9th at SMU (passed Don Meredith, 241 from 1957-59)

- He had 339 yards in total offense (88 rush, 251 pass), which ranks 16th in a game at SMU. He has a combined 774 yards in the last two games after amassing 435 against North Texas.

1Chuck Hixson, 1968-7040
2Mike Romo, 1989-9235
3Mike Ford, 1977-8034
4Lance McIlhenny, 1980-8333
5Justin Willis32
6Ramon Flanigan, 1994-9730

Bryce Hudman had a career high 26 tackles, which is tied for the sixth in a game at SMU - his half-sack was the first of his career

Jessie Henderson had 107 kickoff return yards and is 4th at SMU with 1322 KOR yards for his career (passed Rodnick Phillips, 1220 KOR yards); it was also his fifth career game with 100 or more KOR yards

Bryan McCann's interception was the third of his career (had one last week against North Texas and one against Arkansas State in 2006)

Charlie Berry had a half-sack (had one sack entering game; at UAB 2005)

Cory Muse sack was his second of the season; he now has 11.5 sacks for his career.

Devin Lowery's receiving TD was the second of his career (at UAB, 2005)

Emmanuel Sanders

- Receiving TD was his second of the season (had one against north Texas) and 11th of his career

- Had 100 yards, which is the second 100-yard game of his career

Thomas Morstead was 4-for-4 on PATs to extend his SMU record for consecutive PAT makes to 44 (previous was Eddie Garcia, 34 from 1978-81).

Columbus Givens' receiving TD was his first of the season and fifth of his career

Zack Sledge's receiving TD was his second of the season and fourth of his career



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