"There was like 8,000 people there, the atmosphere was crazy. Everyone was pumped up. They were talking a lot crap, but we dropped them," said Preston to PonyStampede.com. "It was 34-0 at halftime. The final score was 48-22. I had a total of four touchdowns and 300 yards."
Preston, who has been one of the biggest cheerleaders for SMU with Levingston, was able to evaluate the 3-star guard in the fourth quarter.
"He's really big. He had some really good plays. He stayed in there the whole time," said Preston. "We've talked a lot lately. Our first four games have been at different times, so he's been able to make it to two of my games and I went to one of his. We've especially talked a lot last week."
Levingston will be making the trip to Dallas sometime during the year with Preston.
"I'm constantly telling him all the reasons why he should be a Mustang and why I want to play with him for four years," said the quarterback.
Though five games, Preston has impressed. He's 52-for-81, throwing for 1322 yards and 14 touchdowns. He's been pulled early in every contest.
"I feel like my play on the field has risen to a new level and it's exciting to get the opportunity to showcase myself every Friday night," said Preston. "It took a few games, but I think we're really starting to take off....coming off a perfect season last year we're doing all we can to stay undefeated and take it all again."