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How they scored: WSU vs. SMU

Sun., Sept. 19, 2010

First quarter

SMU 7, WSU 0

Padron 13 run (Szymanski kick), 10:20

Drive: Nine plays, 56 yards, 4:40. Key plays: Bucannon called for 15-yard personal foul at midfield after a third-and-4 pass was incomplete; Beasley 10-yard pass from Padron on third-and-4; Butler 10-yard run.

WSU 7, SMU 7

Karstetter 4 pass from Tuel (Grasu kick), :54

Drive: 10 plays, 52 yards, 6:04. Key plays: Thompson called for 15-yard personal foul on incomplete pass; Karstetter 12- and 17-yard passes from Tuel on third-and-long; Thomas called for pass interference against Karstetter in end zone.

Second quarter

SMU 14, WSU 7

Robinson 67 pass from Padron (Szymanski kick), 3:30

Drive: Three plays, 80 yards, 1:28. Key play: Beasley 11-yard pass from Padron.

WSU 14, SMU 14

McCartney fumble recovery in end zone (Grasu kick), 2:23

Key play: Forrest’s punt muffed by Johnson after he was hit by Atofau, ball rolled into end zone where McCartney recovered. Penalty flag waved off.

Third quarter

SMU 21, WSU 14

Johnson 10 pass from Padron (Szymanski kick), 5:01

Drive: 12 plays, 73 yards, 7:16. Key plays: Johnson 13-yard pass from Padron on third-and-7; Johnson 19-yard screen pass; Padron 7-yard scramble on third-and-4.

SMU 28, WSU 14

Robinson 16 pass from Padron (Szymanski kick), 1:18

Drive: Two plays, 44 yards, :44. Key plays: Forrest punt from own end zone fair caught at WSU 44; Padron scrambles for 13 yards plus Simmons is called for a 15-yard personal foul penalty.

Fourth quarter

SMU 35, WSU 14

Robinson 10 pass from Padron (Szymanski kick), 2:08

Drive: Seven plays, 75 yards, 4:16. Key plays: Line 36-yard run to WSU 25; Holman 14-yard pass from Padron.

SMU 35, WSU 21

Wilson 68 pass from Tuel (Grasu kick), 1:50

Drive: One play, 68 yards, :18. Key play: Wilson beat Parks deep down the left sideline and took in Tuel’s throw for the longest WSU reception of the season.

WSU7707- 21
SMU77147- 35

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