2010 Armed Forces Bowl: SMU Score Makes it a Two-Point Game
SMU looks like a much different team than they did through the entire first half.
Quarterback Kyle Padron, after throwing two picks in the first half, hasn't been intercepted once in the second half and throws his second touchdown pass of the day. He hooked up with wide receiver Darrius Johnson from 28 yards out to put SMU within two points of Army, 16-14.
We have a ballgame ladies and gentlemen.
Scoring driving for the Mustangs spanned 10 plays, 74 yards and took five and a half minutes.
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