Dallas, TX (SportsNetwork.com) – Kenny Hill threw for 265 yards with two
touchdowns and an interception in the first half and No. 6 Texas A&M routed
SMU, 58-6, on Saturday afternoon.
Hill was 16-of-22 and added 57 yards on the ground and Trey Williams carried
the ball seven times for 66 yards and two scores for the Aggies (4-0), who
are off to their first 4-0 start since 2006.
Texas A&M outgained the Mustangs 663-241.
Jeremy Tabuyo caught two passes for 80 yards and two touchdowns, Malcome
Kennedy hauled in six passes for 76 yards and James White tallied 64 yards
and a score on seven totes in the triumph.
Garrett Krstich completed 13-of-24 passes for 137 yards for SMU (0-3), which
played its first game under interim head coach and defensive coordinator Tom
Mason. June Jones stepped down as head coach last week due to personal
The Aggies raced out to a 38-3 halftime lead and never looked back.
Hill fired a 38-yard completion to Kennedy on a 3rd-and-13 on Texas A&M’s
opening series, which led to a Josh Lambo 39-yard field goal.
Hill tossed his first interception of the year on the Aggies’ next touch, but
they responded by scoring touchdowns on their next five possessions to close
the opening half.
After SMU went three-and-out following the pick, Hill took off for a 58-yard
run before Williams concluded the brisk 4-play, 76-yard drive with an 8-yard
Hill hit Tabuyo for a 30-yard score to make it 17-0 late in the first.
Hill’s 20-yard completion to Ricky Seals-Jones set up Williams’ 5-yard TD
plunge on Texas A&M’s ensuing sequence and Brandon Williams’ 10-yard TD run
staked the Aggies to a healthy 31-0 cushion.
SMU proceeded to take 7:50 off the clock on a 15-play, 53-yard march, but
settled for a 29-yard Cody Rademacher field goal. The Mustangs picked up four
first downs on the drive after failing to record one prior to the series.
The Mustangs then recovered an onsides kick, but failed to move the chains
before punting the ball back to the Aggies. Hill then lofted a 70-yard TD pass
to a wide-open Josh Reynolds along the right sideline a snap later to give
Texas A&M its 38-3 advantage heading into the break.
Lambo split the uprights from 50 yards out and Kyle Allen tossed a 50-yard
score to Tabuyo in the third quarter to make it 48-3.
Lambo and Rademacher kicked field goals of 24 and 37 yards, respectively,
during the first half of the fourth quarter and White’s 8-yard TD run late in
the stanza capped the scoring.
Texas A&M leads the series 13-0-1, which dates back to 1984 … The Aggies
have won 11 straight road games against unranked opponents … Hill fired 11
touchdown passes before recording his first interception this season … The
Aggies ran for 268 yards.