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Topic - Larry Brown
Memphis senior guard Joe Jackson closed his home career with a half that carried the No. 20 Tigers to victory.
SMU coach Larry Brown is seeing too much evidence that his 18th-ranked Mustangs don't respond well when things start going poorly.
March Madness is ramping up with the conference tournaments starting this week and the NCAA tournament just around the corner.
Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown was in no mood to talk about what No. 18 SMU has accomplished this season.
Louisville leading scorer Russ Smith was still feeling light-headed and dizzy after Wednesday night's game. He had felt that way pretty much all day.
Central Florida stayed in the game long after SMU's bid for an early blowout in yet another home win.
The SMU Mustangs won their first home game as a ranked team in almost 30 years, and they are gearing up for a return to the NCAA tournament after a 21-year absence.
SMU added a quality road win to its already solid NCAA tournament resume.
The seeds of SMU's 68-64 victory over Houston on Wednesday night were sown hours after the Mustangs suffered an upset loss at Temple on Sunday afternoon that ended their first stay in The Associated Press college basketball poll in 29 years at only one week.
Andre Smith scored 16 and Larry Brown added 12 points and 11 rebounds as Winthrop pulled away from Coastal Carolina for a 75-65 win Wednesday night.
Long before SMU was pulling off upset victories at home before sellout crowds, Moody Madness had a much different meaning.
Larry Brown has had a lot of success in Philadelphia.
Even Larry Brown had no idea how his SMU team would play after being ranked for the first time in 29 years.
Larry Brown knows his quick turnaround at SMU is much different than anything the Hall of Fame coach has done in the past.
Breaking down this week's Associated Press college basketball poll:
"We've had a hard time when adversity hits to be able to deal with it," Brown said of not answering the Tigers' second-half push. "This is kind of typical of us. We've always kind of competed at a high level and then, all of a sudden, stuff happens. We just haven't taken that next step to handle it. We kind of splinter a little bit."
"We started the (second) half off with a terrible shot, and then (Memphis) got two offensive rebounds and a put back that we fouled on. Then we came back and turned it over quick, which set the tone early in the half," Brown said.