Hal Mumme’s team suffered record 82-6 loss on Saturday

Hal Mumme’s McMurry University’s team took a record 82-6 loss to Stephen F. Austin last Saturday.

McMurry is a Division III team in Texas. Stephen F. Austin is ranked No. 14 in FCS, the same division that includes Eastern Kentucky, Jacksonville State, etc.

Stephen F. Austin outgained Mumme’s team 668-120. McMurry quarterback Jake Mullins threw for just 79 yards and was sacked five times. The score was 53-6 at halftime.

Ever the Civil War buff, Mumme had a quote after the rout.

“I know how Lee felt after Pickett’s Charge,” McMurry coach Hal Mumme said. “It’s all my fault. I just asked them to do something they couldn’t do.”

Mumme was the Kentucky coach from 1997-2000, leading the Cats to a pair of bowl games. He was forced to resign during an NCAA investigation after the 2000 season. The man who brought Air Raid to Kentucky ended up 20-26 during his time in Lexington.

Mumme coached at Southeast Louisiana and New Mexico State, where he was fired after the 2008 season. He is now 10-11 at McMurry.

(Hat tip to @univKy1)

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