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Numbers and notes: MBB vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

Postby PonyPride » Mon Nov 30, 2020 11:12 pm

SMU Postgame Notes – November 30, 2020
SMU 91, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 54
SMU (2-0), TAMU-CC (1-2)
Moody Coliseum – Dallas, Texas

NEXT GAME

Houston Baptist – Wednesday, December 2 – 7 p.m. – Moody Coliseum – Dallas, Texas
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TEAM NOTES

Attendance: ­­­­­­1,501

Starters: #1 Feron Hunt, #3 Kendric Davis, #5 Emmanuel Bandoumel, #22 Isiah Jasey, #25 Ethan Chargois
Same for both games this season

SMU is 2-0 on the season
17-2 in last 19 games at Moody Coliseum
5th time the Mustangs have started at least 2-0 under Tim Jankovich

Had 26 assists on 33 field goals
Had 7 different players with at least an assist and 5 with multiple assists
Kendric Davis team-high 11, William Douglas career-high 5
Most since 26 vs. Eastern Michigan 11/13/2016 (W, 91-64)

SMU won by 37 (91-54) after winning the opener 97-67 vs Sam Houston State on Wednesday
First time with consecutive 30-plus point wins since Nov. 15 & Dec. 18, 2017 (81-35 vs Northwestern State and 72-37 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff)

SMU is 92-49 under Tim Jankovich, including a 65-15 record at Moody Coliseum.

SMU is 49-12 in regular-season non-conference games under Tim Jankovich, including 40-4 at Moody Coliseum in those games

SMU led 47-22 at halftime.
Largest halftime lead since 36-8 vs Northwestern State 11/15/2017 (W, 81-35)
The Mustangs are 77-15 when leading at halftime under Tim Jankovich.

SMU outrebounded TAMU-CC 46-29. SMU is 2-0 this season and 71-17 when outrebounding opponents under Tim Jankovich.

SMU had 5 score in double figures
The Mustangs are 64-14 when at least four score 10+ under Tim Jankovich.
Emmanuel Bandoumel 17 (career high), Ethan Chargois 12, Kendric Davis 11, Feron Hunt 19, Charles Smith IV 11 (ties career high)
First time with 5 scoring 10+ since at Temple 2/8/2020 (Kendric Davis 23, Tyson Jolly 13, Isiaha Mike 13, Feron Hunt 11, CJ White 10)

SMU shot 52.4 and held TAMU-CC to 31.1 shooting
2-0 this season and 55-6 under Tim Jankovich when holding opponents at or below 40%
2-0 this season and 83-7 under Tim Jankovich when shooting better than an opponent


SMU went 15-18 at the FT line after hitting 24-28 in the opener vs Sam Houston State

ADDITIONAL INDIVIDUAL NOTES

Emmanuel Bandoumel (#5, Jr., G)
Career-high 17 points with 3 assists and 2 rebounds

Ethan Chargois (#25, Sr., F)
Had 12 points and 11 rebounds (was 7-7 FTs)
6th career double-double

Kendric Davis (#3, Jr., G)- Preseason All-AAC First Team
Had 11 points and 11 assists with 4 rebounds
4th career double-double (all points-assists)
Scored 10+ points for the 24th time in 28 games at SMU
11 assists – Had 5 or more assists in 23 of 28 games at SMU
4th career game with 10+ assists

Feron Hunt (#1, Jr., F)
Team-high 19 points with 7 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 blocks
35th career game with 7+ rebounds

Darius McNeill (#2, Jr., G)
Hit first shot as a Mustang (3FG at 12:58 1st half)
Had 5 points and 5 rebounds in SMU debut

Charles Smith IV (#4, So., G)
Tied career-high 11 points
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Re: Numbers and notes: MBB vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

Postby Charleston Pony » Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:49 am

Here's an encoraging stat: through these 1st 2 games, SMU has 48 assists on 64 made FGs for a rate of 75%. At least in these 2 games, this team is sharing the ball better than what we saw last season when the assist rate was closer to 60%. Looks like we might have better balance on offense with as many as 7 or more guys (if Jasey or Anei have a big game) who could score in double figures on any given night compared to last year when we had only 6 guys doing almost all of the scoring. I'm trying not to get overly optimistic because we have to remember who we are playing against right now.
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