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College Football Week 3: SMU scorches North Texas for 710 yards and 65 points

In Dominating Performance,

Bentley Goes For 2 touchdowns, 227 On The Ground, Buechele Throws For 344 and 4 touchdowns

DENTON, Texas (AP) – Shane Buechele threw three of his four touchdown passes in the first quarter and SMU cruised to a 65-35 win over North Texas on Saturday night.

Buechele completed 24 of 33 passes for 344 yards with no interceptions and added a 2-yard touchdown run. The senior moved into fourth on SMU’s career list with seven 300-yard passing games and into fifth at the school with 39 career TD passes.

SMU (2-0) is 33-6-1 all-time against the Mean Green, but is just 2-4 playing at North Texas.

Roberson finished with nine receptions for 103 yards and Rice had five catches for 102 yards.

The teams combined for 1,200 total yards, including 710 by SMU.

UNT (1-1) went three-and-out five times, failed two convert to fourth downs and committed two turnovers.

Shane Buechele SMU QB was 24-33 passing for 344 yards and 4 TD's

Ulysses Bentley IV SMU RB rushed for 277 yards and 2 touchdowns

SMU Postgame Notes – September 19, 2020
[rv/rv] SMU 65, [-/rv] North Texas 35
SMU (2-0), North Texas (1-1)
Apogee Stadium – Denton, Texas

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 2-0 for the second straight season (started 8-0 in 2019)

  • Has won 7 straight regular-season non-conference games.
  • 12-3 in last 15 games overall
  • 17-7 in last 24 games overall

SMU had 65 points

  • 5th overall at SMU
  • 4th game of at least 59 points under Sonny Dykes
  • Most in a road game for SMU (was 62 at Connecticut (62-50), 11-10-2018)
SMU SINGLE-GAME SCORING
1 Houston (W, 72-42), 10-18-2012 72
2 Daniel Baker (W, 70-0), 9-25-1920 70
3 North Texas State (W, 68-0), 9-24-1927 68
4 North Texas State (66-0), 10-7-1922 66
5 at North Texas (65-35), 9-19-2020 65

SMU had 33 first downs – most since 33 vs ECU 11/9/19 (one short of SMU record)

SMU was 8-8 in the red zone (6 TDs, 2 FGs)

SMU had 710 total yards (344 passing, 366 rushing)

  • 2nd in a game at SMU (6 of the top 10 have been under Sonny Dykes)
  • 8th time in past 15 games with at least 500 yards
  • 1,254 yards in the first two games this season (544 at Texas State)
  • 366 rushing yards is most since 390 vs Texas State 9/14/19

The Mustangs had 4 rushing TDs (have 7 this season after an SMU-record 35 rushing TDs in 2019)

Ulysses Bentley IV was 19-227 rushing with 3 TDs

  • He had an 84-yard TD run (T-7th longest in SMU history; first run of at least 80 yards since 2002 (Kris Briggs 96-yd TD vs Tulsa)
SMU SINGLE-GAME RUSHING YARDS Att YDS TD
1 Mike Richardson, 11/9/1968 vs. Texas A&M 39 244 3
2 ShanDerrick Charles, 10/13/2001 at San Jose State 27 243 1
3 Eric Dickerson, 10/16/1982 vs. Houston 27 241 1
4 Ulysses Bentley IV, 9/19/2020 at North Texas 19 227 3
5 Craig James, 12/19/1980 vs. BYU 23 225 2

The Mustangs had 2 takeaways (1 interception, 1 fumble)

SMU had 4 players with at least 100 all-purpose yards

SMU led 21-0 at the end of the first quarter and 34-7 at halftime.

  • SMU has been tied or leading after the first quarter in 13 of the past 14 games.
  • SMU has been tied or leading at halftime in 11 of the past 14 games.

Series History: 33-6-1 (5 of last 6)
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

  • 24-33 passing for 344 yards and 4 TDs plus 5-29 rushing with a TD
    • Multiple passing TDs in 12 of past 14 games
    • 9th career 300-yard game, 7th 300-yard game at SMU
    • 69 career TD passes, 39 TD passes at SMU
    • The 62-yd TD to Danny Gray was his 7th 50-plus yard TD pass at SMU
  • Accounted for 5 TDs (4 passing, 1 rushing)
SMU CAREER 300-YD PASSING GAMES
1 Ben Hicks, 2016-18 12
2 Garrett Gilbert, 2012-13 9
3 Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 8
Kyle Padron, 2009-11 8
5 Shane Buechele, 2019- 7
SMU CAREER TD PASSES
1 Ben Hicks, 2016-18 71
2 Justin Willis, 2006-08 51
3 Kyle Padron, 2009-11 41
4 Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 40
5 Shane Buechele, 2019 39
SMU CAREER PASSING YARDS
1 Ben Hicks, 2016-18 9081
2 Chuck Hixson, 1968-70 7179
3 Garrett Gilbert, 2012-13 6460
4 Mike Ford, 1977-80 6239
5 Mike Romo, 1989-92 6041
6 Kyle Padron, 2009-11 5902
7 Ramon Flanigan, 1992-97 5640
8 Justin Willis, 2006-09 4991
9 Shane Buechele, 2019- 4640

Kylen Granson (#83, TE, Sr.) – Biletnikoff Award Watch List, Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List

  • 2-25 receiving with a TD
  • 10th career TD at SMU, most at SMU by a tight end
SMU CAREER RECEIVING TDs – TIGHT ENDS
1 Kylen Granson, 2019- 10
2 Rickey Bolden, 1971-83 9
3 John Hampton, 2000-02 8
Oscar Roan, 1972-74 8

Reggie Roberson, Jr. (#8, WR, Sr.) – Maxwell Award Watch List, Biletnikoff Award Watch List, Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List

  • 9-103 receiving with 2 TDs
    • 3rd career multi-TD game
    • 15 career TDs at SMU (T-9th at SMU)
    • 8th 100-yard game
  • Had 128 all-purpose yards (103 receiving, 25 kickoff return yards)
    • 10th career games with 100+ all-purpose yards including both this season
SMU CAREER RECEIVING TDs
1 James Proche, 2016-19 39
2 Emmanuel Sanders, 2006-09 34
3 Courtland Sutton, 2014-17 31
4 Aldrick Robinson, 2007-10 30
5 Emanuel Tolbert, 1976-79 25
6 Jerry LeVias, 1966-68 22
7 Darius Johnson, 2009-12 20
8 Jason Wolf, 1989-92 17
9 Ron Morris, 1983-86 15
Reggie Roberson Jr. 2018- 15

ADDITIONAL INDIVIDUAL NOTES

Danny Gray (#5, WR, Jr.) - 2-57 receiving with a TD (First career TD), 132 all-purpose (57 receiving, 75 KOR)
Shaine Hailey (#9, LB, Sr.) - Had a sack and a career-high 2.5 TFLs
TJ McDaniel (#25, RB, So.) - 15-59 rushing
Tyler Lavine (#31, RB, So.) - Was 8-48 rushing with a long of 21 (all career highs)
Chris Naggar (#34, K, Sr.) - 3-3 FGs (37, 22, 46), 8-8 PATs
Tyler Page (#4, WR, Sr.) – Campbell Trophy Nominee - 1-9 receiving
Rashee Rice (#11, WR, So.) – 5-102 receiving, 2nd straight 100-yard game, third of his career
Delano Robinson (#3, LB, Sr.) - Team-high 10 tackles
Brandon Stephens (#23, DB, Sr.) - First career interception
Jaylon Thomas (#71, OL, Jr.) – Outland Trophy Watch List - 21st straight start

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF SMU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

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