Shane Buechele had his Pro Day today, the first step of a road that will be largely unconventional for the former SMU quarterback.
While SMU celebrates with Proche and others, it also must contend with the flip side of the NFL Draft: replacing those who leave. So how will SMU go about filling the shoes of a player who hauled in 11 catches and 1,225 yards?
After a record-setting performance with the Mustangs, the Desoto native begins his professional football career with the Baltimore Ravens.
Five former Mustangs have been training for the upcoming NFL draft.
A suspect is arrested in what officials are saying is a hate crime. Plus, a Washburn University football player is recovering after being shot just hours after being drafted. And, one of our reporters shows us how to celebrate Earth Day and give back to the community.
Sutton, Lawler and Quinn were selected to begin their professional careers.
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NFL all-time rushing leader, three-time Super Bowl champion with the Dallas Cowboys and member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Emmitt Smith spoke at the PwC SMU Athletic Forum luncheon Tuesday about humble beginnings, the upcoming NFL draft and Johnny Manziel.