1. SMU-Houston, Homecoming Edition: We Don't Tailgate, We Boulevard

    Every week the Mustangs are given a task that will put them closer to national football relevance again...

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  2. SMU's Late Interception Helps Navy Sink Mustangs

    The Mustangs couldn’t hold onto a lead Saturday against Navy in Annapolis, losing to the Midshipmen 28-21. SMU (4-3) jumped out to an early 14-0 lead with touchdown passes from Kyle Padron to Cole Beasley and Darius Johnson...

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  3. SMU-Navy Preview: We Don't Tailgate, We Boulevard

    The second half of the season begins Saturday afternoon in Annapolis for the Mustangs. SMU (4-2) will face a Navy (3-2) team the Mustangs have had issues defeating the past two years...

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  4. SMU Mustangs Midseason Report and What To Expect in the Second Half

    The SMU Mustangs (4-2) have played six games this season, and have six regular season games left. What do we know, what have we learned and what should we expect in the second half of the season...

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  5. SMU Mustangs Get Hard Fought Win Against Tulsa

    SMU's 21-18 victory against Tulsa Saturday night wouldn't earn any style points in any ranking system, but right now the Mustangs are just concerned with wins...

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  6. SMU Faces First Real Conference USA Test of Season Against Tulsa

    The Mustangs are 2-0 to start Conference USA play, but they won’t get their real test until Saturday night at Ford Stadium against Tulsa. SMU (3-2) beat UAB (5-7, 4-4 C-USA last year), and Rice (2-10, 2-6 C-USA last year)...

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  7. Texas Rangers' Success Measured by Playoff Wins

    The Texas Rangers will be playing in their first playoff game since they were eliminated in game three against the Yankees in the 1999 Divisional Series...

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  8. Mustangs' Youth Movement Means Success Now and Success Later

    There used to be a time in college football when the crafty veterans, juniors and seniors, would lead their teams with the knowledge they had learned playing behind the juniors and seniors before them...

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  9. SMU's Expectations Are Rising, But The Mustangs Cannot Get Ahead Of Themselves

    “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” A quote made popular by President Teddy Roosevelt is a way certain teams and certain players like to describe themselves. Not very flashy, not the most vocal, but they get the job done...

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  10. SMU Fights Hard, But Still Falls To No. 4 TCU

    The SMU Mustangs are no longer about getting moral victories, they came out to beat the No. 4 TCU Horned Frogs Friday night but came up short losing 41-24...

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  11. We Don't Tailgate, We Boulevard: SMU Versus TCU Preview

    If you have a Facebook page and happen to be friends with anyone associated with SMU or TCU you have probably seen a status update about tonight’s game. The two campuses are about 45 minutes apart, and pit Dallas against Fort Worth in the DFW rivalr

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  12. SMU Goes On The Offensive Off The Field For TCU Game

    Everyone at SMU and TCU knows there is a game Friday night. But SMU is trying to make sure that everyone in Dallas knows it too. The game is a rivalry game that TCU has dominated over the past few seasons with SMU's last win coming in 2005...

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  13. Houston's Double Injury at Quarterback Could Be Just What SMU Needs

    Injuries aren’t exactly the thing a sports fan should hope for. Sure, I hoped Barry Bonds would get a career ending injury before he broke either Mark McGwire’s 70 home runs in a season or Hank Aaron’s career home run record...

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  14. Mustangs Continue Trend Of Winning at Home With Victory Against Washington State

    The Mustangs are learning to win. And they are getting the bulk of it done at home. SMU is 7-1 at home in the past two seasons with the only loss being in overtime against Navy in 2009...

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  15. We Don't Tailgate, We Boulevard: SMU Versus Washington State Preview

    For the Mustangs, and it is still weird to say this, it is an opponent they should handle easily. SMU (1-1) will face Washington State (1-1) today at 2:30 p.m. at Ford Stadium...

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  16. SMU Fans Should Mark Houston Game On Calendar Right Now

    For years coaches and players have repeated the mantra, “take the season one game at a time” over and over again. But this year the SMU Mustangs’ season could come down to one game...

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  17. 2010: Year Of The Texas Rangers And Their Fans

    It has been a long time since the Texas Rangers were in the playoffs, 11 years to be exact. It was the 1999 season and the Rangers won the American League West, they went on to be swept 3-0 by the Yankees...

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  18. SMU Football Has Chance To Prove Themselves Against Washington State

    Coming into the 2010 season there were high hopes for SMU football, this weekend we will see what the Mustangs can really do...

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  19. Cowboys Have Something To Prove

    In 2007, the Cowboys were Super Bowl bound, supposedly. 2008 was going to be "their year," or not so much. Now with 2009 here, Dallas needs to get somewhere. A division title, a playoff win, and a game in February...

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  20. What Do Ya Say, Roy Williams?

    Now he has a full year, no Terrell Owens and a lot to prove. A sit down with Cowboys' receiver Roy Williams. So what do you ask the new No...

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  21. Kinsler Is Getting the Job Done

    Ian Kinsler is giving Phillies' Chase Utley a run for his money in the "best second baseman in baseball" category in 2009. After a ridiculous start to the season, Kinsler slowed down a little...

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  22. 2009 Leaves Rangers Fans Wary But Hopeful

    Rangers fans our skeptical of any success, it's in our nature. There have been enough, "maybe next year" statements to last us a lifetime. Even now with the Rangers in first place there is still that pit in our stomach...

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  23. Healthy Offense Is Key to Cowboys' Success

    Cowboys' offensive coordinator, Jason Garrett, will be without some input on the sidelines this season. Terrell Owens is gone and Garrett might actually get to call the plays he wants to call without No...

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  24. Road to becoming a Cowboys fan

    I have always disliked, "that team." The Yankess. The Lakers. The Red Wings. And yes, the Cowboys. They always won, always had the best players and always got on my nerves...

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  25. Secondary Still Leaves Questions For Cowboys

    The Cowboys' trade for Roy Williams left Dallas without a first round pick in this year's NFL Draft. With the departure of Terrell Owens this off-season, the Cowboys essentially got a first round receiver in Williams...

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