COLLEGE STATION -- Matt Szymanski decided last month that he needed a change of scenery and told Texas A&M head football coach Mike Sherman that he would like to be released from his football scholarship at Texas A&M.
Sherman granted the release and today the A&M Consolidated product announced that he was going to SMU to continue his college career.
Szymanski made 15 of 25 field goals last season for the Aggies including a season long of 45 yards. Matt also had 66 kick-offs with 24 touch-backs.
Matt will use his red shirt year in 2008 and then have 2 years of eligibility for June Jones and the Mustangs.
SMU opens the season August 29th against the Rice Owls in Houston.
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