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Numbers and notes: Temple

Postby PonyPride » Sun Nov 08, 2020 2:15 am

SMU Postgame Notes – November 7, 2020
[18/18] SMU 47, Temple 23
SMU (7-1, 4-1 American), Temple (1-4, 1-4 American)
Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, Pa.

NEXT GAME
At Tulsa – Saturday, November 14 – 6 p.m. CT – H.A. Chapman Stadium – Tulsa, Okla.
TV: ESPN2
Radio: KTCK The Ticket 96.7 FM/1310 AM | TuneIn app | SMU Mobile App

TEAM NOTES

Captains: Shane Buechele (#7, QB, Sr.), Reggie Roberson, Jr. (#8, WR, Sr.), Hayden Howerton (#75, OL, Sr.), Delano Robinson (#3, LB, Sr.), Brandon Stephens (#23, CB, Sr.)

SMU is 7-1
17-4 in last 21 games overall
22-8 in last 30 games overall

Outscored Temple 37-10 in the second half

Most FBS road wins since the start of 2019
Louisiana – 9 (hosts Arkansas State)
SMU – 8 (at Temple)
Clemson – 7 (at Notre Dame 6:30pm CT)
Appalachian State – 7 (at Texas State 2pm CT)

The Mustangs had 2 rushing TDs (have 20 this season after an SMU-record 35 rushing TDs in 2019)
Tyler Lavine, TaMerik Williams

SMU had 549 total yards (355 passing, 194 rushing)
6th time this season with 500+ yards
12th time in past 21 games with at least 500 yards

Shane Buechele was 24-35 for 355 passing yards and 4 TDs
6th 300-yard game this season (13th career 300-yard game)
Tied season high with 4 TD passes (5th career game with 4+)

Had multiple 100-yard receivers for the 3rd time this season
Tyler Page (9-131 with 2 TDs) and Kylen Granson (6-149 and a TD) – both career highs for yards
at North Texas (Rashee Rice, Reggie Roberson Jr.), at Tulane (Rashee Rice, Tyler Page, Danny Gray)

Tyler Page had 207 all-purpose yards. He is the fourth Mustang to eclipse 200 all-purpose yards in a game this season (Reggie Roberson Jr., Ulysses Bentley IV, Danny Gray)

SMU had 1 sacks and 6 TFLs, now has 20 sacks and 61 TFLs on the season
Sacks: Nelson Paul
TFLs: Trevor Denbow (2), Richard McBryde, Nelson Paul, Turner Coxe (0.5), Shaine Hailey (0.5)
SMU was 3-3 in the red zone (Now 38-42 for the season)
Has been perfect in 5 games this season (8-8 at UNT, 6-6 vs SFA, 5-5 at Tulane, 6-6 vs Navy)

SMU had a season-high 16 passing first downs (was 15 vs Memphis)

Series History: SMU is 3-2-2 vs Temple


Video Highlights (via ESPN)
Shane Buechele 24-yard TD pass to Tyler Page http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=30272722
Shane Buechele 24-yard TD pass to Kylen Granson http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=30273192
Shane Buechele 44-yard TD pass to Tyler Page http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=30273070


SMU Radio Network Highlights https://soundcloud.com/user-274538678/s ... -47-temple

Rich Phillips (PxP), Scott Garner (Analyst)


Head Coach Sonny Dykes postgame https://soundcloud.com/user-274538678/2 ... -interview



SMU INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Shane Buechele (#7, QB, Sr.) – Maxwell Award Watch List, Davey O’Brien Award Watch List, Manning Award Watch List, Wuerffel Trophy Watch List, CFPA Watch List, Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List, Johnny Unitas Gold Arm Award Watch List
24-35 passing for 355 yards and 4 TDs and was 5-19 rushing
Has multiple passing TDs in 17 of the past 20 games
Ties season high with 4 passing TDs; 5th career game with 4+ TDs
13th career 300-yard game; 11th at SMU (2nd at SMU)
6th 300-yard game this season
6510 SMU career passing yards is 3rd at SMU
84 career TD passes, 54 TD passes at SMU (2nd career at SMU)
Was 7-12 for 121 yards and a TDs in the 1st quarter
10th 100-yard first quarter at SMU (SMU is 9-1 in those games; 3rd 100-yd 1st qtr this season)

SMU CAREER 300-YD PASSING GAMES
1 — Ben Hicks, 2016-18: 12
2 — Shane Buechele, 2019- : 11

SMU CAREER TD PASSES
1 — Ben Hicks, 2016-18: 71
2 — Shane Buechele, 2019- : 54
3 — Justin Willis, 2006-08: 51

SMU CAREER PASSING YARDS
1 — Ben Hicks, 2016-18: 9081
2 — Chuck Hixson, 1968-70: 7179
3 — Shane Buechele, 2019- : 6510
4 — Garrett Gilbert, 2012-13: 6460

SMU CAREER COMPLETIONS
1 — Ben Hicks, 2016-18: 718
2 — Chuck Hixson, 1968-70: 642
3 — Garrett Gilbert, 2012-13: 603
4 — Mike Romo, 1989-92: 601
6 — Shane Buechele, 2019- : 496


Kylen Granson (#83, TE, Sr.) - Biletnikoff Award Watch List, Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List
6-149 receiving with a TD (career high for yards, was 138 vs ECU in 11/9/19)
2nd career 100-yard game (138 vs ECU 11/9/19)
Extends SMU career record for receiving TDs by a tight end (12)

SMU CAREER RECEPTIONS - TIGHT ENDS
1 — John Hampton, 2000-02: 114
2 — Kylen Granson, 2019- : 73
3 — Ryan Kennedy, 2004-06: 55

SMU CAREER RECEIVING YARDS - TIGHT ENDS
1 — John Hampton, 2000-02: 1485
2 — Kylen Granson, 2019- : 1206
3 — Oscar Roan, 1972-74: 888

Chris Naggar (#34, K, Sr.) – Ray Guy Award Watch List
2-2 FGs (40, 27), now 15-18 on the season (15 FGM is T-6th in a season at SMU)

SMU SEASON FG MADE

FG
1 — Chase Hover, 2013: 18
Chase Hover, 2012: 18
Chris McMurtray, 2005: 18
Eddie Garcia, 1981: 18
5 — Josh Williams, 2016: 17
6 — Daniel Hernandez, 1996: 15
Brandy Brownlee, 1985: 15
8 — Chris Naggar, 2020: 13

Rashee Rice (#11, WR, So.)
5-59 receiving with a TD
Has a receiving TD in 4 straight games

SMU CONSECUTIVE GAMES W/ A REC TD
1 — James Proche, 2019: 12
2 — Aldrick Robinson, 2010: 8
3 — Emmanuel Sanders, 2006: 6
4 — Aldrick Robinson, 2008: 5
Courtland Sutton, 2016-17: 5
James Proche, 2018: 5
7 — Emanuel Tolbert, 1977: 4
Jerry LeVias, 1966: 4
Courtland Sutton, 2015: 4
Reggie Roberson Jr. 2018: 4
Kylen Granson, 2019: 4
Danny Gray, 2020: 4
Rashee Rice, 2020: 4+


ADDITIONAL INDIVIDUAL NOTES

Alan Ali (#77, C, Jr.) – Rimington Trophy Watch List
26th straight start

Ulysses Bentley IV (#26, RB, Fr.) – CFPA Watch List, Doak Walker Award Watch List, FWAA Freshman All-American Watch List
Led team at 17-79 rushing

Brandon Crossley (#1, DB. So.) – Tied career high with 2 pass breakups

Trevord Denbow (#16, S, Sr.) – Had 7 tackles and tied career high with 2 TFLs

Tyler Lavine (#31, RB, So.) - 8-49 rushing with a TD; has 3 TDs in the past 2 games

Richard McBryde (#50, LB, Sr.) - Tied team high with 9 tackles, including a TFL and had a pass breakup

Tyler Page (#4, WR, Sr.) – Campbell Trophy Semifinalist
9-131 receiving with 2 TDs
Career highs for catches (was 6), yards (was 102) and TDs (was 1)
First receiving TDs of the season, 3rd & 4th of his career
2nd 100-yard game this season; 3rd of career
207 all-purpose yards (131 receiving, 12 kickoff return, 64 punt return)
Career-high all-purpose (was 119 at Navy 11/23/19)
4th career game with 100+ all-purpose yards (2nd this season)

Delano Robinson (#3, LB, Sr.) - Shared team high with 9 tackles (led SMU in tackles in 6 of last 7 games)

Jaylon Thomas (#71, OL, Jr.) - Outland Trophy Watch List
27th straight start

TaMerik Williams (#21, RB, So.)
Had a career-long 49-yard run for a TD, his 2nd TD of the season
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Re: Numbers and notes: Temple

Postby indianmustang » Sun Nov 08, 2020 8:32 am

finally tyler page showing up
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Re: Numbers and notes: Temple

Postby Mexmustang » Sun Nov 08, 2020 10:51 am

Finally getting to get on the field. I used to wonder why he never seemed to get on the field until I realized we had some of the best in college football ahead of him on the depth chart..
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Re: Numbers and notes: Temple

Postby Charleston Pony » Sun Nov 08, 2020 12:06 pm

Buechele has a chance of setting records in just 2 seasons and to pass others who had 3 seasons to set those records
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Re: Numbers and notes: Temple

Postby HubbaHubba » Sun Nov 08, 2020 12:34 pm

Denbow had a good game. Knew his assignments and finished his tackles.
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Re: Numbers and notes: Temple

Postby indianmustang » Thu Nov 12, 2020 10:14 am

every time i see TD passes,if Justin willis had played 4 yrs there would have been more records.
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Re: Numbers and notes: Temple

Postby Arkpony » Thu Nov 12, 2020 10:58 am

Willis was done so wrong by you know who.
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Re: Numbers and notes: Temple

Postby Charleston Pony » Thu Nov 12, 2020 11:15 am

Willis to Sanders was fun to watch and at least made the Stangs competitive again after so many dismal years
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Re: Numbers and notes: Temple

Postby indianmustang » Thu Nov 12, 2020 11:15 am

yep,atleast seems to have settled in life
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