Revenge will be on the mind of the Mustangs when the Trojans visit Moody Coliseum this December. SMU and USC will play in a rematch of their first round NCAA Tournament game on Dec. 2 in Dallas, college basketball reporter Jon Rothstein reported on Tuesday. The game is the second of a home-and-home series that started last year when SMU visited Los Angeles. But the game on the minds of players and fans alike is SMU’s heartbreaking NCAA Tournament loss in March, 66-65. The Mustangs were a No.
A Hill Country barbecue favorite is opening an outpost in North Texas. Salt Lick BBQ announced it will open a restaurant on a 10 acre site in Grapevine in 2018. "We have searched the Metroplex the last 10 years for a site where the look and feel of the place would remind us of the Hill Country and allow us to recreate the backyard BBQ party we have in Driftwood,” said Salt Lick owner Scott Roberts. “We have finally found a Hill Country home in Grapevine."
SMU’s football tailgating scene will likely be less rowdy if proposed changes from the school go into effect for 2017. According to a letter sent by Greek student leaders to campus administrators, students at Greek-sponsored tents would be kept in a fenced in area and students would buy individual beers through a school-approved vendor. It would be a drastic change from current policy where students are free to roam The Boulevard, beverage in hand, with other fans and alumni.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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