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  Brady White was blunt in giving SMU credit for winning 30-27 Saturday. The Memphis quarterback was equally blunt describing his three turnovers, including a fumble that set up SMU's game-winning drive in the final minutes. "They obviously did enough to win but we should've definitely won that game," White said. "I've got to do a better job at capitalizing to help this offense take advantage of those changes (the defense) gives us and obviously finishing the game off there at the end." Memphis shouldn't have been in position to win in Dallas after trailing 24-3 in the second quarter. The Tigers looked slow and rusty after 28 days off due to a COVD-19 outbreak, and White's two first-half interceptions didn't help.

Yet there the Tigers (1-1, 0-1 AAC) were with 3:14 left. White led a drive into SMU territory thanks to a 32-yard pass to Calvin Austin III. There was hope Riley Patterson, who equaled a school and AAC record with a 56-yard field goal, would deliver once again. White's fumble, courtesy of a strip sack by SMU's Junior Aho, sealed the Tigers' fate. "At the end, you got to hold the ball no matter what," White said. "I had two hands on it but can't cough it up." After 11 days of not practicing and two weeks of transitioning back, it was easy to explain the Tigers' poor performance. The secondary gave up two long touchdowns to SMU receiver Reggie Roberson on third-down plays. - Memphis Commercial Appeal


(DS#8 QB) rSr/2021 QB Brady WhiteMemphis
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