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SMU Mustangs (6-5)


Sat. 11/11 Sat. 11/18 Sat. 11/25
@ Navy
L 40-43
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@ Mem
L 45-66
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vs. Tulane
9:00 AM PT10:00 AM MT11:00 AM CT12:00 PM ET5:00 PM GMT1:00 AM 北京时间10:00 AM MST12:00 PM EST

Memphis defeats SMU 66-45 to claim AAC West Division title

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Neither wind, nor rain or even a 57-minute delay for lightning was going to keep the No. 18 Memphis Tigers from hoisting the West Division trophy for the American Athletic Conference.

A balanced offensive attack and explosive scoring, including 21 fourth-quarter points allowed the Tigers to pull away from SMU for a 66-45 victory Saturday afternoon, sending the Tigers (9-1, 6-1, No. 21 CFP) to the conference's title game on Dec. 2.

But it was a wild day of offense, trading touchdowns and difficult weather conditions, including the delay for lightning in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: B. Hicks3067
Passing TDs: B. Hicks28
Rushing Yards: X. Jones981
Rushing TDs: K. Freeman9
Receiving Yards: T. Quinn1052
Receiving TDs: C. Sutton12
Interceptions: J. Wyatt4
Schedule 2017
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/2 vs. Stephen F. Austin W 58 - 14
9/9 vs. North Texas W 54 - 32
9/16 at 20 TCU L 36 - 56
9/23 vs. Arkansas State W 44 - 21
9/30 vs. Connecticut W 49 - 28
10/7 at Houston L 22 - 35
10/21 at Cincinnati W 31 - 28
10/27 vs. Tulsa W 38 - 34
11/4 vs. 18 UCF L 24 - 31
11/11 at Navy L 40 - 43
11/18 at 21 Memphis L 45 - 66
11/25 vs. Tulane 9:00 PT10:00 MT11:00 CT12:00 ET5:00 GMT1:00 北京时间10:00 MST12:00 EST
American Athletic Conference
East
  Conference Overall
15 UCF 7-0 10-0
South Florida 6-1 9-1
Temple 3-4 5-6
East Carolina 2-5 3-8
Connecticut 2-5 3-8
Cincinnati 1-6 3-8
West
  Conference Overall
20 Memphis 6-1 9-1
Navy 4-3 6-4
Houston 4-3 6-4
Southern Methodist 3-4 6-5
Tulane 3-4 5-6
Tulsa 1-6 2-9
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