Mustangs fall short in season opener
SMU fell short 46-14 Sunday night against Texas A&M in College Station. The game started with two interceptions under SMU quarterback Kyle Padron’s possession which gave the aggies a 14-0 lead in the first quarter.
Coach June Jones immediately replaced Padron with backup quarterback J.J. McDermott, who helped the Mustangs catch up 20-14 in the second quarter.
With a weak Mustang offense, the Aggies scored 26 more points the rest of the game.
McDermott finished the game with 254 yards passing and a touchdown. Running back Zach Line ran for 128 yards and a score..
SMU will face UTEP in their season opener against UTEP Sept. 10 at 6 p.m.