News: Homan caught a 43-yard touchdown against Houston on Thursday.
Analysis: While his lone catch was a great one, Keenan Holman still ranks third on the Cougars team with only 37.3 yards receiving per game and two touchdowns on the season.
News:Keenan Holman caught five passes for 47 yards at UTEP on Saturday.
Analysis: While Keenan Holman has five catches in three of the team's five games this season, he has only topped 60 yards receiving in one game this season. Until further notice, he remains third on the WR depth chart, thus limiting his value.
SMU's Holman Catches Five Passes Against Texas A&M
News:Keenan Holman caught five passes for 52 yards against Texas A&M on Saturday.
Analysis: This is now back-to-back weeks that Keenan Holman has led the team in catches; however, he has yet to convert those touches into many yards. Don't expect a much better performance in two weeks against TCU.
SMU's Holman Catches Five Passes, Scores Against Stephen F. Austin
News:Keenan Holman caught a team-high five passes for 88 yards with a touchdown against Stephen F. Austin on Saturday.
Analysis: A week after catching three passes for 16 yards, this was something of a breakout game for Keenan Holman against the inferior Stephen F. Austin defense. Don't expect this type of performance to carry over next week against Texas A&M.
News: SMU wide receiver Keenan Holman has not played in the last three games due to an ankle injury and remains questionable for Saturday's game against Southern Miss.
Analysis: Holman is a solid option when healthy but for now, expect Cole Beasley and Darius Johnson to continue to benefit from Holman's absence. Both are solid WR3/Flex plays in all formats.
News: Now would be a good time to pick up and stash SMU receivers Keenan Holman and Cole Beasley.
Analysis: Both are battling injuries and have a bye week to get healthy. The SMU receiving corps is very talented, so the players will be extra motivated to come back quick.
News: One of these weeks the SMU offense is going to start to resemble the high scoring juggernaut we all expected before the season. That should be this week when the Mustangs take on Northwestern State. The main beneficiary may be wide receiver Keenan Holman.
Analysis: Holman only has three catches on the year, but does have a score, and is averaging over 23 yards a catch. Expect this weekend to be the 2011 coming out party for Holman, with six or seven catches, 90+ yards and a score.
News: Lost in the SMU box score from their win against UTEP was the fact that receivers Keenan Holman and Darius Johnson battled the lights in their home stadium on key drops on deep passes.
Analysis: This may explain why their numbers were so down, but also remember the quarterback mess going on. Consider Johnson and Cole Beasley safe receiving options for SMU this week when they take on Northwestern State, but Holman can used be used in desperation.
News: Despite only putting up 14 points against Texas A&M, all four SMU receivers were productive in the teams loss.
Analysis:Darius Johnson and Terrance Wilkerson each caught six balls, while Cole Beasley caught seven and Keenan Holman scored a touchdown. All four are startable next week against UTEP.
News: One receiver to keep an eye on during week one is SMU wide receiver Terrance Wilkerson.
Analysis: Wilkerson missed 2010 because of academics and is schedule to start at outside receiver. Despite the presence of Darius Johnson, Cole Beasley and Keenan Holman, expect a solid season from Wilkerson.
News: Keenan Holman has been named by one site as one of the five players with the biggest shoes to fill in Conference USA in 2011. Holman will be asked to replace fantasy superstar Aldrick Robinson.
Analysis: Holman only played in five games in 2010 but is expected to step right in for Robinson who led the team with 1301 yards and 14 scores. Cole Beasley is still around to steal targets, but for all the balls that will be tossed by Kyle Padron, Holman is a sneaky last round target.