Football

SMU vs Tulane -- Postgame Notes

Go smu!
Go smu!

Go smu!

Oct. 20, 2007

Recap |  Final Stats

Serge Elizee - had his second fumble recovery of the season (other at TCU)

Columbus Givens - had a career high 10 receptions

Jessie Henderson - now has 58 kickoff returns to move into fourth at SMU (passes Jerry LeVias, 53 from 1966-68)

Damon Hurst - had one sack, now has 1.5 sacks on the season

DeMyron Martin

- Had his third rushing TD of the season and 10th of his career (has 14 career TDs; 10 rush, 4 receiving)

Thomas Morstead

- Was 4-for-4 on PATs to extend his SMU record for consecutive PAT makes to 56 (previous was Eddie Garcia, 34 from 1978-81).

- Was 2-for-2 on field goals and is now 7-10 on the season and 13-18 for his career

Emmanuel Sanders

- Had two receiving TDs and now has five TDs on the season and 13 TDs for his career

- Was 8-155 receiving for his a career-high in yardage and his third career 100-yard receiving game

- Now has 92 career receptions to move into 18 at SMU (passed Reynaldo Pellerin, 85 from 2003-06)

- Had a career-long 31-yard punt return

Justin Willis

- Had three TD passes for his seventh career 3-plus passing TD game

- Now has 3796 career passing yards to move into sixth at SMU (passed Dan Freiburger, 3769 from 1989-92 and Lance McIlhenny, 3512 from 1980-83)

- Now has 4533 career yards total offense to move into sixth at SMU (passed Eric Dickerson, 4450 from 1979-82 and Josh McCown, 4220 from 1998-00)

- Now has 38 passing TDs for his career, which is second at SMU (record is 40 by Chuck Hixson from 1968-70; today he passed Mike Romo's 35 from 1989-92)

 

 

- Threw for a career-high 354 yards, his second career 300-yard passing game (had 353 against North Texas)

- 369 yards of total offense tonight which is the 12th in SMU history

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