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Thursday, December 30, 2010
Mustangs still looking for some offense
By Richard Durrett
UNIVERSITY PARK, Texas -- Midway through the second quarter, the SMU defense is doing all it can to keep Army from extending its lead.
The SMU offense has sputtered some with quarterback Kyle Padron throwing two interceptions and fumbling the ball once. But the defense has kept it a 13-0 game.
SMU now has the ball back at its own 20-yard line after the defense forced a three-and-out following Army's drive inside SMU territory off a turnover.
SMU has moved the ball some, but hasn't been able to finish off drives.