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Preview 2018: SMU Mustangs. The Passing Fun Rolls On

Preview 2018: Previewing and looking ahead to the SMU Mustangs season with what you need to know.

Preview 2018: SMU Mustangs

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Pi Kappa Alpha At SMU Suspended For Over 4 Years

via The Daily Campus:

The fraternity also participated in “The Gauntlet,” a booze-hazing ritual explicitly prohibited in the organization’s current accountability agreement. Another instance was a call to the SMU Police Department needing assistance at an off-campus location in February.

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SMU Mustangs 2018 Spring Rankings & Analysis: No. 81

The 2018 spring college football rankings, taking the first look at the SMU Mustangs.

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No. 81: SMU Mustangs

Spring Practice Starts: March 21… 406 more words


SMU Mustangs 2018 Football Schedule & Analysis

Breaking down and analyzing the 2018 SMU Mustangs football schedule.

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2018 SMU Mustangs Football Schedule Analysis

– The Mustangs start out their new era under Sonny Dykes with an interesting test at North Texas – get ready for over 800 passing yards between the two. 180 more words


Top 10 Programs Most Likely to Receive a P5 Bid

Disclaimer: Essentially, this whole discussion resolves around the possibility of joining the Big 12, seeing how they are the only conference that has been talking about expanding (even if it’s all a waste of time). 1,352 more words


SMU Forward Akoy Agau Is Proof That Anything Is Possible

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – SMU forward Akoy Agau was once one of the top high school prospects in the country. But, near the end of his high school career in Nebraska, injuries set in. 198 more words


FC Dallas Adds Four Players in 2018 MLS SuperDraft

FC Dallas made additions to the organization on Friday, courtesy of the 2018 Major League Soccer SuperDraft.

It was an early start to the day for the club, who traded $200,000 of General Allocation Money to the Montreal Impact for the No. 296 more words

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