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EJ Holland

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Flag football legend rises on Hilltop

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Cameron Gibson has been compared to Devin Hester by his intramural football teammates. (Courtesy of Cameron Gibson) By morning Cameron Gibson is a normal SMU student. But when the sky darkens and the lights come on, he transforms into an animal.  On the gridir... More »

SMU falls short to Razorbacks

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A trip to the Conference USA semifinals last season gave the SMU women’s soccer team confidence heading into 2011. On Friday night, the Mustangs opened up the regular season against Arkansas, but things did not go exactly as planned. In a matter of five minute... More »

SMU athletes shine bright on all fields

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In honor of this summer’s ESPY Awards, the Daily Campus sports staff decided it was time for the first ever DAILY Awards. The sports staff along with seven avid SMU sports fans/students voted on categories ranging from football to equestrian. Before we move on... More »

A trio of former Mustangs land on NFL teams

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Three former SMU football players have caught on with NFL teams after going undrafted this past spring. Sterling Moore, Pete Fleps and Youri Yenga have all been involved in the utter chaos that has followed the end of the NFL lockout. Moore was first to hear t... More »

Mustang soccer on the rise

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Tim McClements walked slowly off Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill, N.C. – his heart had been shattered. The Conference USA Coach of the Year replayed critical moments in the game in his head over and over again still trying to comprehend that the dream was over. Hi... More »

Assistant basketball coach leaves Mustangs

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After two years on the Hilltop, SMU men’s basketball assistant coach Reggie Brown is moving to the other side of town. Brown joined the TCU coaching staff in late May. With TCU’s transition from the Mountain West conference to the Big East, the opportunity to ... More »

New season looking up for Mustang Football

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A cultural change was what SMU expected when they hired former NFL and Hawaii head football coach, June Jones, in 2008. Considered by many as the potential savior of Mustang football, Jones’ first season definitely did not go as planned as SMU posted a woeful ... More »