FRISCO, Texas (AP) — SMU will be staying close to home to play in the Frisco Bowl. The Mustangs have accepted an invitation to be in the Dec. 19 game that will be played about a half-hour drive from their campus. Their opponent, likely from Conference USA, is still to be determined. SMU lost consecutive games at Tulsa and East Carolina before its scheduled regular-season finale last week against Houston was put off for the second time this season. The Mustangs are 7-3. They also played in the inaugural Frisco Bowl, losing 51-10 to Louisiana Tech.