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Football Postgame Notes - SMU at Texas A&M - Sept. 21, 2013

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Sept. 21, 2013

Recap |  Final Stats

No. 10/10 Texas A&M 42, SMU 13
No. 10/10 Texas A&M (3-1, 0-1 SEC), SMU (1-2, 0-0 American)
Kyle Field
College Station, Texas

NEXT GAME:
SMU is at RV/RV TCU - Saturday, Sept. 28 - 11 a.m. CT
TV: Fox Sports 1
Radio: 1310 AM "The Ticket"

TEAM NOTES
- Today's captains: Garrett Gilbert (#11, QB), Darius Joseph (#18, WR), Stephon Sanders (#23, LB)
- SMU had 434 yards of total offense (to 581 for Texas A&M)
- Has 400-plus in all three games
- 1385 total in 3 games, 461.7 average
- SMU had 25 first downs (to 27 for Texas A&M)
- Has 22 or more in all 3 games
- Has 78 total in 3 games, 26.0 average
- SMU had 7 tackles-for-loss
- 2.0 by Jonathan Yenga
- 1.0 by Beau Barnes, Jay Scott, John Bordano
- 0.5 by Kevin Pope, Stephon Sanders, Jarrett Spencer, Jackson Mitchell
- Garrett Gilbert was 37-62 passing for 310 yards. He completed passes to SMU 10 different players.
- Tied the SMU record with his third straight 300-yard game
- 1015 passing yards in three games ties for 7th at SMU in a 3-game stretch
- SMU's record since the start of the 2009 season, SMU is:
   - 31-25
   - 20-8 at home
   - 22-10 in conference games
   - 15-1 at home in league play
- SMU's Zach Wood (#90, DE) blocked a PAT in the 2nd quarter. SMU's first blocked PAT since Aaron Davis against Southern Miss 11-10-12.
- Over the past 31 games, SMU is 16-0 when scoring first and 0-15 when the opponent scores first
- SMU finished the first half with 9 play, 61 yard drive that ended with a 47-yard field goal by Chase Hover.
- Series - SMU vs. Texas A&M: 29-44-7

 

 

June Jones
- Career record: 108-77
- SMU record: 32-36 (31-25 since the start of 2009)

SMU RECORDS
Garrett Gilbert (#11, QB)
- Was 37-62 for 310 yards passing with 1 TD; was 5-21 rushing
- Tieds SMU record with third straight 300-yard game
- Has 1015 passing yards in the past 3 games, 7th at SMU for a 3-game stretch
- 310 passing yards; 3rd straight 300-yard game, 5th of career
- 3947 in his SMU career, which is 9th at SMU
- 7248 for his career (entered game 14th in NCAA among active players)
- 37completions
- 381 in his SMU career, which is 8th at SMU
- 686 for his career (entered game 11th in NCAA among active players)
- 331 yards of total offense
- 4374 in his SMU career, which is 10th at SMU
- 8075for his career (entered game 11th in NCAA among active players)
- 67 total plays
- 797 in his SMU career
- 1453 for his career (entered game 9th in NCAA among active players)
- 62 pass attempts
- Ties his career high (vs. Texas Tech) and ties 3rd at SMU
- 678 in his SMU career, which is 7th at SMU
- 1216 for his career (entered game 7th in NCAA among active players)

Chase Hover (#42, K)
- Was 1-1 on PATs
- 5-5 for the season
- 90-94 for his career, which is 3rd at SMU for PATs made (entered game 25th in NCAA among active players)
- Was 2-2 FGs
- 8-9 on the season
- 34-48 for his career, which is 4th at SMU for FGs made (entered game T-20th in NCAA among active players)
- 7 points (1 PAT, 2 FGs)
- now has 192 points in his career, which is 10th at SMU

INDIVIDUAL NOTES
Kenneth Acker (#21 DB)
- Preseason All-American Athletic Conference (1st team), Thorpe Award Watch List
- Had 2 tackles and a pass breakup

Hayden Greenbauer (#22, DB)
- Had an interception and returned it 12 yards; his 2nd career pick
- Had 5 tackles, all solo

Keenan Holman (#81, WR)
- Had career-highs of 10 receptions (was 6) and 133 receiving yards (was 88)
- Had a 33-yard TD reception, his 1st of the season and 5th of his career

Chase Hover (#42 K)
- See SMU Records

Jeremy Johnson (#15, WR)
- Preseason All-American Athletic Conference (3rd team), Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Watch List
- Had 4-16 receiving
- He is 23-259 receiving in the first 3 games of the season

Darius Joseph (#18, WR)
- Was 8-69 receiving
- He is 31-385 in the first 3 games of the season

Randall Joyner (#5, LB)
- Preseason All-American Athletic Conference (3rd team)
- DNP (Injury)

Taylor Lasecki (#52, OL)
- Rimington Award Watch List
- started 16th straight game

Prescott Line (#29, RB)
- Career highs of 9 rushes and 40 yards
- Also had first career receptions, going 4-15 receiving

Mike Loftus (#99, K)
- Ray Guy Award Watch List
- 5 punts for a 42.4 average with a season-long tying 58 yarder

Stephen Nelson (#6, WR)
- Career-highs of 4 catches and 36 receiving yards

Kevin Pope (#3, LB)
- Tied season and career-high with 11 tackles (had 11 vs. Montana State last week and at Tulsa in 2011)
- Had a half-TFL, has 4.5 on the season and 5.5 for his career

Traylon Shead (#34, RB)
- Preseason All-American Athletic Conference (3rd team)
- DNP (injury)

JaBryce Taylor (#83, WR/KR)
- Had 134 all-purpose yards (22 rush, 33 receiving, 60 KOR, 19 PR)

Zach Wood (#90, DE)
- Blocked a PAT in the 2nd quarter, the first of his career

Jonathan Yenga (#2, LB)
- Career-high 8 tackles
- Had his first career sack (1.0) and TFLs (2.0)


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