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Topic - Nic Moore
Larry Brown already is the only head coach to win both an NCAA and NBA championship. Now he has a chance to add the NIT to his extensive resume - in his old backyard, no less.
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.
Central Florida stayed in the game long after SMU's bid for an early blowout in yet another home win.
SMU added a quality road win to its already solid NCAA tournament resume.
No. 21 UConn made just 16 baskets on 54 shots Sunday, and lost for the first time in five games.
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.
Cincinnati coach Mick Cronin doesn't believe his players had any thoughts of going through the rest of the season without another loss.
Moody Madness indeed, and quicker than even Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown thought.
Southern Methodist coach Larry Brown told his team at the half that they have not accomplished anything until they start winning on the road.
"We're still up and down," Moore said. "But once we get to that clicking point and we just stay at a high, I feel we can make a big run if we make the NCAA tournament."
"I feel like we played together, played through adversity when things got tough, and just fought it out," said Moore, who was 5 of 9 from 3-point range to help SMU shoot 8 for 18 from beyond the arc. "I feel like earlier in the season we might not have overcome this type of (environment), but now we know what we have to do to pull out a game like this."