Compass Bowl 2012, SMU Vs. Pitt Score Update: SMU Leads 28-6 Entering Fourth Quarter

The SMU Mustangs and Pittsburgh Panthers are facing off in the sixth BBVA Compass Bowl in Birmingham, Alabama. The Mustangs entered Saturday's game as five-point underdogs, but thus far are playing the game in complete control. Through three quarters of play, the score is 28-6 in favor of SMU.

After a relatively quiet second quarter, the Mustangs got back on the scoreboard in the second half with another touchdown midway through the third quarter. A one-yard rush by Rishad Wimbley capped off a 10-play, 73-yard drive by SMU. The touchdown was Wimbley's second of the game.

With 3:21 left in the quarter, Pitt was able to score for only the second time in the game on a 34-yard field goal by Kevin Harper, his second of the game.

For more updates and news on the 2012 Compass Bowl, please stay tuned to this StoryStream. For more from the Panthers, visit Pitt blog Cardiac Hill and SB Nation Pittsburgh.

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