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June Jones: What Pony Express?

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My folks have gone to most every single SMU home game this year, and they're all ready to pony up for 2010 season tickets following this evening's 26-21 win over Tulane. Big Hersch, who enjoyed the extra legroom during this less-than-sold-out Saturday, is a Mustang Class o' 66; his good pal and car-pool buddy this season's been Don Woodward, who was an All-American swimmer on the Hilltop in the late 1950s. The two of 'em are awful proud of the team's return from death-penalty wasteland in advance of its first bowl game since '84; so too is the head coach, as evidenced by his post-game comments.

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