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Numbers and notes: Maryland 34, SMU 27

Postby PonyPride » Sun Sep 18, 2022 6:41 am

SMU Postgame Notes – September 17, 2022
Maryland 34, SMU 27
Maryland (3-0), SMU (2-1)
Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium – College Park, Maryland

NEXT GAME
vs. TCU - Battle For The Iron Skillet - Saturday, September 24 – 11am CT – Gerald J. Ford Stadium – Dallas, Texas

TV: ESPN2 or ESPNU
Radio: KTCK The Ticket 96.7 FM/1310 AM | TuneIn app | SMU Mobile App/Varsity Network

TEAM NOTES
Captains: Elijah Chatman (#40, Sr., DT), Tanner Mordecai (#8, Sr., QB), Jimmy Phillips Jr. (#6, Sr., LB), Rashee Rice (#11, Sr., WR), Austin Upshaw (#23, Sr., WR)

SMU is 2-1
27-11 since the start of 2019 (Tied for the most for an FBS team in Texas)
Snapped a 14-game regular-season, non-conference win streak, the longest since 17 from 1979-85

Season-high 30 first downs (was 23), most since 36 vs. UCF Nov. 13, 2021

SMU had 518 yards of total offense (369 passing, 149 rushing)
2nd time this season with 500+, 13th time in last 24 games

SMU had 2 takeaways (2 fumbles)
Fumble Recoveries: Chace Cromartie (1st career FR), Kevaris Hall (1st of career)
Forced Fumbles: JaQwondis Burns (1st career FF), Isaiah Nwokobia (2nd of career)
Have 7 in the first three games of the season, multiple takeaways in each game this season

Tanner Mordecai was 29-54 for 369 passing yards with 3 TD passes
51 yards to RJ Maryland was 8th TD pass for Mordecai of 50+ at SMU
Receiving TDs: RJ Maryland (51 yards), Austin Upshaw (13 yards), Moochie Dixon (7 yards)

Rashee Rice – 11-193 receiving, career highs for receptions and yards
193 yards is 7th in SMU history
Has at least 132 yards in each game this season

Third downs: SMU was 10-21 and held Maryland to 5-13

The Mustangs had 2 sacks: Elijah Chatman (1.5), Gary Wiley (0.5)

SMU Radio Network Highlights - Rich Phillips (PxP), Scott Garner (Analyst)

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Head Coach Rhett Lashlee postgame

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SMU INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Tanner Mordecai (#8, QB, Jr.) – Walter Camp Award Watch List, CFPA National Performer of the Year Trophy Watch List, Maxwell Award Watch List, William V. Campbell Trophy Nominee, Davey O’Brien Award Watch List, Manning Award Watch List, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Watch List, Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List
29-54 passing for 369 yards with 3 TDs
51 yards to RJ Maryland - now has 8 TD passes of at least 50 yards at SMU
Ties career high for attempts (was 54, UCF 11/13/21)
3 passing TDs
49 career TD passes at SMU (ranks 4th at SMU)
Multiple TD passes in 13 of 15 games at SMU, 3+ TDs in 11 of 15 SMU games
10th career 300-yard game (3rd at SMU)

CAREER TD PASSES
1. Ben Hicks, 2016-18: 71
2. Shane Buechele, 2019-20: 57
3. Justin Willis, 2006-08: 51
4. Tanner Mordecai: 49

CAREER PASSING YARDS
1. Ben Hicks, 2016-18: 9,081
2. Chuck Hixson, 1968-70: 7,179
3. Shane Buechele, 2019-20: 7,024
4. Garrett Gilbert, 2012-13: 6,460
5. Mike Ford, 1977-80 — 6, 239
6. Mike Romo, 1989-92: 6,041
7. Kyle Padron, 2009-11: 5,902
8. Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97: 5,640
9. Justin Willis, 2006-09: 4,991
10. Tanner Mordecai: 4,641

SMU CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE - YARDS (Pass | Run)
1. Ben Hicks, 2016-18: 8,977: (9,081 | -104)
2. Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97: 7,437 (5,640 | 1,797)
3. Shane Buechele, 2019-20: 7,234 (7,024 | 210)
4. Garrett Gilbert, 2012-13: 7,073 (6,460 | 613)
5. Chuck Hixson, 1968-70: 6,884 (7,179 | -295)
6. Kyle Padron, 2009-11: 6,189 (5,902 | 287)
7. Mike Ford, 1977-80: 6,055 (6,239 | -184)
8. Justin Willis, 2006-08: 6,054 (4,991 | 1,036)
9. Mike Romo, 1989-91: 5,699 (6,041 | -342)
10. Tanner Mordecai: 4,854 (4,641 | 213)

CAREER 300-YD PASSING GAMES
1. Ben Hicks, 2016-18: 12
Shane Buechele, 2019-20: 12
3. Tanner Mordecai, 2021: 10
4. Garrett Gilbert, 2012-13: 9

Rashee Rice (#11, WR, Sr.) - Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List
11-193 receiving, career highs for receptions and yards
7th career 100-yard game, 3rd straight game over 100

FBS – Consecutive Games With A Reception (Active)
Chris Autman-Bell, Minnesota 41
Zakhari Franklin, UTSA 35
Dylan Drummond, Eastern Michigan 34
Jacob Cowing, Arizona 33 (home game vs North Dakota State started at 10pm CT)
Rashee Rice, SMU 31
Brant Kuithe, Utah 31
Dontay Demus, Jr., Maryland 30

SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING YARDS



1. Courtland Sutton, USF, 2016: 252
2. Reggie Roberson Jr., Temple 10/19/19: 250
3. Jeremy Johnson, Rutgers, 2013: 217
4. Jerry LeVias, vs. N.C. State, 1968: 213
5. Aldrick Robinson, at UCF, 2008: 210
6. Keenan Holman, Temple, 2013: 209
7. Rashee Rice, at Maryland 2022: 193
8. Aldrick Robinson, Houston, 2008: 186
Trey Quinn, at Cincinnati 10/21/17: 186
10. James Proche, at Tulsa 11/24/18: 183

SMU CAREER RECEIVING YARDS

1. James Proche, 2016-19: 3,949
2. Emmanuel Sanders, 2006-09: 3,791
3. Aldrick Robinson, 2007-10: 3,314
4. Courtland Sutton, 2014-17: 3,220
5. Cole Beasley, 2008-11: 2,959
6. Darius Johnson, 2009-12: 2,854
7. Emanuel Tolbert, 1976-79: 2,784
8. Reggie Roberson Jr. 2018-21: 2,704
9. Ron Morris, 1983-86: 2,410
10. Jerry LeVias, 1966-68: 2,275
11. Rashee Rice, 2019- : 2,247


ADDITIONAL INDIVIDUAL NOTES

Elijah Chatman (#40, DT, Sr.) – Nagurski Trophy Watch List, Outland Trophy Watch List, Lombardi Award Watch List
Had 4 tackles, including 1.5 sacks

Brandon Crossley (#1, S, Sr.) - Tied career high 5 tackles

Moochie Dixon (#5, WR, So.)
2-14 receiving with a TD (2nd TD of the season)
2-39 on punt returns (first returns of his career)

RJ Maryland (#82, TE, Fr.) - 1-51 receiving for his first career TD

Collin Rogers (#41, K, Fr.)
3-3 on PATs
2-3 on FGs (good 27, 43 - miss 49)
43 is a career long

Nelson Paul (#9, DE, Sr.) - Career-high 7 tackles (was 4)

Tre Siggers (#4, RB, Sr.) - 19-86 rushing, second highest attempt total for him at SMU

Isaac Slade-Matautia (#41, LB, Sr.) - Butkus Award Watch List, Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Watch List
Had team-high 11 tackles, his highest at SMU (was 7 | career-high is 12)

Austin Upshaw (#23, WR, Sr.) - 2-22 receiving with a TD, 2nd TD of his career

Gary Wiley (#3, DE, Sr.) – Had 4 tackles, including 1.5 TFLs and a half sack
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