Past Seasons

  • 2022  (7 - 6)
  • 2021  (8 - 4)
  • 2020  (7 - 3)
  • 2019  (10 - 2)
  • 2018  (5 - 7)
  • Click a season above to view results.

Program History

  • National Titles: 3
  • Conference Titles: 11
  • All-Time Record: 504-550-54
  • Heisman Winners: 1
  • Consensus All-Americans: 16
  • Stadium: Gerald J. Ford Stadium
  • Stadium Capacity: 32,000

SMU Mustangs

Started in 1916 and originally nicknamed the Parsons, head coach Ray Morrisson helped SMU Football rise to notoriety before the Mustangs became the first program in the Southwest Conference to integrate under head coach Hayden Fry in the 60s. Jerry LeVias officially became the first black scholarship player in the SWC in 1965. The program rose to national prominence in the 1980s under head coach Bobby Collins behind the Pony Express spearheaded by running backs Eric Dickerson and Craig James. SMU's short-lived reign at the top was beseidged by the team's notorious downfall in becoming the first-ever collegiate program to succumb to the "Death Penalty" and were subsequently terminated from participation by the NCAA in 1987. The Mustangs went bowl-less until 2009 under June Jones and the foundation was set for SMU's revival.




2023 Schedule10 - 2

  • OpponentDate
  • Louisiana Tech, W 38-149/02
  • @ Oklahoma, L 11-289/09
  • Prairie View A&M, W 69-09/16
  • @ TCU, L 17-349/23
  • Charlotte, W 34-169/30
  • @ East Carolina, W 31-1010/12
  • @ Temple, W 55-010/20
  • Tulsa, W 69-010/28
  • @ Rice, W 36-011/04
  • North Texas, W 45-2111/10
  • @ Memphis, W 38-3411/18
  • Navy, W 59-1411/25

Depth Chart

OFFENSE - Air Raid      
Position Starter Backup Reserve(s)
WR-X Sr. Jordan Kerley Jr. Romello Brinson Fr. Daylon Dickerson
WR-Z Jr. Moochie Dixon Sr. Key'Shawn Smith Jr. Carter Campbell
WR-SL Sr. Jake Bailey Jr. Roderick Daniels Jr. So. Teddy Knox
LT Sr. Marcus Bryant Jr. Dalton Perdue So. Stone Eby
LG Jr. Logan Parr Sr. Cameron Ervin Fr. Hunter Ryan
C Jr. Branson Hickman Jr. Jackson Ritz So. Keaton Schultz
RG Sr. Justin Osborne Jr. Ben Sparks Jr. Max Yao
RT Sr. Hyrin White Jr. Thalen Robinson Jr. Erin Smith
TE So. RJ Maryland Jr. Nolan Matthews-Harris Jr. Davis Hawkins
QB So. Preston Stone Fr. Kevin Jennings Sr. Will Kuehne
RB Sr. Jaylan Knighton Sr. Tyler Lavine Sr. Velton Gardner
DEFENSE - 4-2-5      
Position Starter Backup Reserve(s)
DE So. Je'lin Samuels So. Jayden Jones So. Parker Forque
NT Sr. Elijah Chatman Sr. Elijah Roberts Fr. Kevin Dittoe
DT Sr. DeVere Levelston Sr. Jordan Miller Jr. Stephon Wright
DE Sr. Nelson Paul So. Isaiah Smith So. David Abiara
MLB Jr. Ahmad Walker Sr. Kamryn Farrar Jr. Trent Strong
WLB Jr. JaQwondis Burns Sr. John Porter Fr. Sean Kane
CB Sr. Charles Woods Jr. Jahari Rogers Jr. Kevaris Hall
CB Sr. Chris Megginson Sr. Sam Westfall Fr. Jaelyn Davis-Robinson
SS Sr. Johnathan McGill So. Ahmaad Moses So. Isaiah Nwokobia
FS Sr. Bryan Massey Jr. Cale Sanders Jr. Jr. Will Goldberg
NB Sr. Brandon Crossley Sr. Chris Adimora  
K So. Collin Rogers    
P Sr. Ryan Bujcevski Jr. Johnny Schifano Fr. Michael Tadors


Coming soon.

Coaching Staff

Rhett LashleeHead Coach
Scott SymonsDefensive Coordinator
Casey WoodsOffensive Coordinator
Jonathan BrewerQuarterbacks
Kyle CooperOutside Linebackers
Rickley Hunley Jr.Cornerbacks
Garin JusticeOffensive Line
Calvin ThibodeauxDefensive Line
Rob LikensWide Receivers
Maurice Crum Jr.Linebackers

Transfer Players

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