The season opener against the Baylor Bears on Friday, September 4, at 6 p.m.
- $40 for one G-Pass with endzone seating in sections 109–116 or 209–219 ($51.15 value)
- $55 for one G-Pass with sideline seating in sections 120–125 or 220–225 ($67.50 value)
Against the North Texas Mean Green on Saturday, September 12, at 6 p.m.
- $20 for one G-Pass with endzone seating in sections 109–116 or 209–219 ($29.15 value)
- $30 for one G-Pass with sideline seating in sections 120–125 or 220–225 ($39.90 value)
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The Scouting Report
Led by quarterback Matt Davis, center Taylor Lasecki, and wide receiver Deion Sanders, Jr., the Mustangs offense has the potential to—if we’re being frank—score a whole lot of points this season. As a senior who’s already on multiple awards-watch lists, Lasecki anchored a 2013 attack that set school records in passing yards, first downs, and completions. This fall, he’ll be snapping the ball and any spare change he finds in the grass to Matt Davis, who set a few of his own records last year and led the Mustangs to a 27–20 win over UConn to close the 2014 season. Fans can catch the team’s dynamic offense in action during the nationally televised season opener against Baylor on September 4, or eight days later against the North Texas Mean Green.
Over the past century, the SMU Mustangs athletic program has produced some of the most revered icons in college sports, including legendary football players Doak Walker and Eric Dickerson. Though the university doesn’t dip these individuals in gold and display them on campus, their legacies still manage to impact the school’s teams to this day, even as new legends mark their place in the SMU history books. Women’s basketball head coach Rhonda Rompola, for instance, has won more than 400 games since taking over the team in 1991, leading to a dozen postseason appearances in the process. On the men’s side, coach Larry Brown has Moody Coliseum rocking again, and on the golf course and soccer field, the Mustangs continue to climb in the national rankings.