Football

Football Postgame Notes - SMU at Memphis - Oct. 19, 2013

Go smu!
Go smu!

Go smu!

Oct. 19, 2013

Recap |  Final Stats

SMU 34, Memphis 29
SMU (2-4, 1-1 American), Memphis (1-5, 0-3 American),
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Memphis, Tennessee

NEXT GAME:
SMU hosts Temple on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. - Homecoming
TV/Internet: ESPN3
Radio: 570 KLIF

TEAM NOTES & SMU GAME RECORDS
- SMU had 460 total yards on offense today (321 passing, 139 rushing), recording at least 434 yards in 5 of 6 games this season.
- SMU was up 31-3 at the half.
- The Mustangs recorded 52 points in 3 quarters of regulation play and 69 points total from the start of the 4th vs. Rutgers through halftime today.
- SMU had 21 points in the 4th quarter vs. Rutgers
- SMU had 17 in the 3OTs vs. Rutgers
- SMU had 31 in the first half today
- The 79-yard passing TD from Garrett Gilbert to Keenan Holman at 14:15 of the first quarter ties was a career-long for each and ties for the 13th longest pass play at SMU.
- It is the longest pass play for SMU since an 82-yard TD pass from Kyle Padron to Aldrick Robinson at Tulane 10-30-2010 (W, 31-17).
- SMU's fastest TD since scoring on an interception return vs. Fresno State 11-10-2001
- Garrett Gilbert had 321 yards passing, his 5th 300-yard game of the season
- Had 2 100-yard receivers (Jeremy Johnson 10-100, Keenan Holman 6-126 w/ 1TD)
- SMU defense had 4 sacks, 10 TFLs and 2 takeaways (1 INT, 1 FUM)
- SMU's record since the start of the 2009 season, SMU is:
- 32-27
- 20-9 at home
- 23-11 (.676) in conference games
- 15-2 at home in league play
- Series - SMU vs. Memphis: 3-3

 

 

June Jones
- Career record: 109-79
- SMU record: 33-38 (32-27 since the start of 2009)

SMU RECORDS
Garrett Gilbert (#11, QB)
- Was 27-43 for 321 yards passing with 2 TDs; was 9-49 rushing
- Career-long 79-yard TD pass to Keenan Holman (14:15 1st Qtr), T-13th longest pass play at SMU
- Had his 5th 300-yard game of the season
- 7th of his career
- 6th of his career at SMU, ties for 3rd at SMU
- 5th of the season is 3rd at SMU
- 2 passing TDs
- 3rd straight multi-TD game
- Has11 on the season, 26 at SMU and 39 for his career
- 321 passing yards
- 2096 on the season (averaging 349.3 per game; entered game 3rd in the NCAA)
- 5028 in his SMU career, which is 6th at SMU
- 8329 for his career (entered game 9th in NCAA among active players)
- 27 completions
- 208 on the season (averaging 34.67 per game; entered game 2nd in the NCAA)
- 476 in his SMU career, which is 3rd at SMU
- 781 for his career (entered game 7th in NCAA among active players)
- 370 yards of total offense
- 2223 on the season (averaging 370.5 per game; entered game 5th in the NCAA)
- 5501 in his SMU career, which is 7th at SMU
- 9202 for his career (entered game 9th in NCAA among active players)
- 52 total plays
- 389 for the season
- 989 in his SMU career
- 1645 for his career (entered game 3rd in NCAA among active players)
- 43 pass attempts
- 329 for the season
- 835 in his SMU career, which is 4th at SMU
- 1373 for his career (entered game 4th in NCAA among active players)

Chase Hover (#42, K)
- Was 4-4 on PATs - 16-17 for the season - 101-106 for his career, which is 3rd at SMU for PATs made (entered game T-25th in NCAA among active players) - Was 2-2FGs (37, 31) - 12-13 on the season - 38-52 (73.1 %) for his career, which is 2nd at SMU for FGs made (entered game 21st in NCAA among active players) - 10 points (4 PATs, 2 FGs) - now has 215 points in his career, which is 7th at SMU

Jeremy Johnson (#15, WR)
- Preseason All-American Athletic Conference (3rd team), Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Watch List, Biletnikoff Watch List
- Was 10-100 receiving
- Sets the SMU records for 10-plus reception games
- 5th of his career
- 4th of the season
- Has 62 receptions for the season (10.3 per game, entered the game 2nd in the NCAA)
- Had 100 yards receiving; has 735 yards on the season
- His 6th career 100-yard game, which ties for 6th at SMU
- His 5th100-yard game this season, which ties for 5th at SMU

INDIVIDUAL NOTES
Kenneth Acker (#21 DB)
- Preseason All-American Athletic Conference (1st team), Thorpe Award Watch List
- Career-high and team-high 9 tackles
- Had his 1st career sack

Beau Barnes (#94, DT)
- Career-high tying 7 tackles
- Career-high tying 2.0 sacks; 2nd consecutive multi-sack games (2.0 vs. Rutgers); 5.0 sacks for the season & 6.5 for his career
- Career-high 3.5 TFLs; has 9.0 for the season and 12.0 for his career
- Had his 1st interception

Garrett Gilbert (#11, QB)
- See SMU Records

Keenan Holman (#81, WR)
- 6-126 receiving with 1 TD
- Had a career-long 79-yard TD reception (14:15 1st Qtr), T-13th longest pass play at SMU
- Has 3 TDs on the season and 7 for his career
- His 2nd 100-yard game of the season (133 at Texas A&M)

Chase Hover (#42, K)
- See SMU Records

Jeremy Johnson (#15, WR)
- See SMU Records

Darius Joseph (#18, WR)
- Was 7-69 receiving
- Has 56 receptions for the season (9.3 per game, entered the game 3rd in the NCAA)

Randall Joyner (#5, LB)
- Preseason All-American Athletic Conference (3rd team)
- Team-high 9 tackles
- Season-high 2 TFLs
- 1 forced fumble, 2nd of the season and 5th of his career

Collin LaGasse (#4, WR/RB)
- Had his first career receiving TD (1-8 receiving w/ 1 TD)

Taylor Lasecki (#52, OL)
- Rimington Award Watch List
- started 19th straight game

Chris Parks (#1, DB)
- Career-high 2 TFLs (total 4 tackles)
- Had 1 fumble recovery, 2nd of the season and 3rd of his career

Nick Reed (#97, DT)
- 1st career sack (3 tackles)

Traylon Shead (#34, RB)
- Preseason All-American Athletic Conference (3rd team)
- Career highs of 22 carries, 83 rushing yards and 2 TDs (1 yd, 1 yd)
- First 2 TDs of his career

Zach Wood (#90, DE)
- Had a half-TFL, has 3.0 on the season (4 total tackles in the game)

Jonathan Yenga (#2, LB)
- Career-high and team-high 9 tackles



Mustang Locker Room
  FACEBOOK
  INSTAGRAM
MISSION OF SMU ATHLETICS
In alignment with the educational mission of the University, we engage the community in meaningful ways and develop the resources necessary to graduate Student-Leaders and pursue championships. Above all else, we prepare Students for life.