Men's Basketball



Larry Brown
Larry  Brown

Hometown:
Brooklyn, N.Y.

Position:
Head Coach

College:
North Carolina, 1963


04/03/2014

SMU Looks To Win Nation's Oldest College Basketball Postseason Tournament

SMU and Minnesota square off in MSG tonight for NIT Title

02/08/2014

SMU Upsets No. 7/7 Cincinnati, 76-55

Mustangs improve to 13-0 at home and 3-1 against ranked teams

09/11/2013

Basketball Schedule Announced; Second Season Under Larry Brown Begins On Nov. 8

Season Tickets Start At Just $125

08/21/2013

SMU Men's Basketball: New Era For SMU Basketball Begins In January; First Game In Moody Coliseum Is Jan. 4

All 18 American Athletic Conference Games Are Nationally Televised

06/21/2013

Turner Joins SMU Basketball Staff

Assistant Comes To The Hilltop After Final Four Run At Wichita State

03/18/2015

NCAA Second Round Press Conference & Practice - March 18, 2015

NCAA Second Round Press Conference & Practice - March 18, 2015NCAA Second Round Press Conference & Practice

11/26/2013

Men's Basketball vs. Sam Houston State Photo Gallery - Nov. 26, 2013

Mustangs win big 72-53

Hall of Fame Coach Larry Brown was named head men's basketball coach at SMU on April 19, 2012. Brown is the only head coach to win both an NCAA title and an NBA Championship, having won an NBA title with the Detroit Pistons in 2004 and an NCAA title with Kansas in 1988. Brown was enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame as a coach on Sept. 27, 2002. Brown is in his 41st season (2015-16) as a head coach, his 11th at the collegiate level and fourth at SMU. Larry Brown

In his third season (2014-15), SMU claimed the American Athletic Conference regular season and tournament titles en route to reaching the NCAA Tournament. SMU finished the season 27-7 overall. The Mustangs went 15-3 in league play, clinching the outright league title (first since 1993) with a 67-62 win against Tulsa in a sold out Moody Coliseum on March 8. The team followed that by winning the AAC tournament title 62-54 over Connecticut. The Mustangs spent nine weeks in the AP and USA Today Top 25 and set home attendance records for a season (124,986) and average (6,944) while going 16-2 in Moody Coliseum. Nic Moore was named AP All-American Honorable Mention and AAC Player of the Year, Markus Kennedy was AAC Sixth Man of the Year and Most Outstading Player of the Championship, and Yanick Moreira was named the AAC's Most Improved Player.

In his second season (2013-14), Brown was named the USBWA District VII Coach of the Year, leading the Mustangs into the national spotlight. He was also selected as a finalist for the Naismith Coach of the Year and the Henry Iba National Coach of the Year awards as the Mustangs went 27-10, earning a No. 1 seed in the NIT and eventually reaching the title game at Madison Square Garden. SMU was in the top 25 in four of the last five regular season polls, being ranked for the first time since 1984-85. The Mustangs tied a program record with four wins over ranked teams and had nine sellouts in the renovated Moody Coliseum. The Mustangs tied for the third-best turnaround in the nation, finishing with 12 more wins after a 15-17 record in 2012-13.

The 2013-14 campaign saw SMU finish tied for third in the inaugural season of the American Athletic Conference, going 12-6 with two wins over NCAA Champion Connecticut as well as wins over NCAA Tournament teams Cincinnati and Memphis. The Mustangs led the league and finished in the top-20 nationally in field goal percentage (48.3%, 18th NCAA) and field goal percentage defense (38.5%, 7th NCAA).

Brown is the seventh-winningest coach in NBA history with 1,098 career victories, and led his teams to 18 playoff appearances, eight 50-win seasons, seven division titles, three conference championships and one NBA Championship. Brown was most recently head coach of the Charlotte Bobcats and guided the Bobcats to the franchise's first-ever playoff appearance in 2010. Charlotte was the eighth different team he led to the postseason - an NBA record.

Brown began his coaching career in the ABA, where he led the Carolina Cougars from 1972-74 before taking the helm in Denver for two seasons. He continued with the Nuggets following their move to the NBA before moving on to coach UCLA for two seasons. There, he led a freshman-dominated team to the 1980 NCAA title game before falling to Louisville.

After two years with the NBA's New Jersey Nets, Brown began his tenure at Kansas in 1983, where he would go 135-44 in five seasons, leading KU to the 1988 NCAA Championship, Kansas' first National Championship in 36 years. In all, Brown spent seven seasons on the collegiate level during the 1980s, two at UCLA and five at Kansas, leading his squads to three Final Four appearances and one NCAA title. He was named Naismith College Coach of the Year in 1988 and Big Eight Coach of the Year in 1986. After two seasons at SMU, his cumulative collegiate coaching record stands at 219-88 (.713).

At the pro level, Brown has served as head coach of the Bobcats, Nuggets, New Jersey Nets, San Antonio Spurs, Los Angeles Clippers, Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, Detroit Pistons and New York Knicks. He was named NBA Coach of the Year in 2001 and was named ABA Coach of the Year three times.

With such a long and successful career, Brown has developed an impressive coaching tree. Among those that have served on Brown's staffs are John Calipari, Gregg Popovich, Bill Self and Mark Turgeon. Tad Boyle and Danny Manning are among those who have played for Brown.

Brown played collegiately at North Carolina under legends Frank McGuire and Dean Smith and served as an assistant coach at UNC from 1965-67.

In Olympic competition, Brown was the head coach of the bronze medal-winning United States team at the 2004 Athens Games. He was an assistant coach for the 1980 Olympic squad that did not participate in the Moscow Games and for the 2000 team that won the gold medal in Sydney. As a player, Brown won a gold medal as a member of the 1964 U.S. squad at the Tokyo Games, where he was coached by Henry Iba. He is the only U.S. male to both play and coach in the Olympics.

Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Brown and his wife Shelly have a son L.J. and daughter Madison. The avid golfer also has two daughters, Kristen and Alli, and six grandchildren.
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Year    School    W    L    PCT
79-80    UCLA      22    10    .688
80-81    UCLA      20    7      .741
83-84    Kansas    22    10    .688
84-85    Kansas    26    8      .765
85-86    Kansas    35    4      .897
86-87    Kansas    25    11    .694
87-88    Kansas    27    11    .711
12-13    SMU       15    17    .469
13-14    SMU       27    10    .730
14-15    SMU       27    7      .794
TOTALS            246    95    .721
At SMU            69    34    .670
           ABA *   249    129   .659
           NBA *   1198    997   .546
           NCAA    246     95     .721
           USA BB   30      5      .857
           TOTAL   1723   1226   .584
    * Includes Playoffs (NBA 100-93, ABA 20-22)

1979-80
UCLA (22-10, 12-4 Pac-10 4th)
NCAA Finalist
Date    Opponent    Result    Score
N30    Idaho State    W    [8] 82-40
D1    Hofstra        W    [8] 90-71
D8    Santa Clara    W    [7] 92-79
D11    at Notre Dame    L    [7] 74-77 [4]
D15    DePaul        L    [7] 94-99 [11]
D21    UCSB        W    [14] 102-58
D22    Colorado State    W    [14] 86-63
D28    California *    W    [16] 73-59
D29    Stanford *    W    [16] 92-60
J3    at Oregon St *    L    [16] 67-76 [14]
J5    at Oregon *    W    [16] 76-62
J12    at USC *        L    [16] 74-82
J17    Arizona State *    L    76-78
J19    Notre Dame    L    73-80 [8]
J21    Arizona *        W    69-59
J24    at Washington *    W    76-59
J26    at Wash. St *    L    64-80
J31    Oregon State *    W    93-67 [2]
F2    Oregon *        W    90-76
F9    USC *        W    91-64
F16    at Arizona *    W    90-78
F18    at Arizona St *    L    80-92 [18]
F21    Washington St *    W    80-66 [20]
F23    Washington *    L    70-72
F28    at Stanford *    W    75-62
M1    at California *    W    83-58
M7    v Old Dominion#    W    87-74
M9    vs DePaul #    W    77-71 [1]
M13    vs Ohio State @    W    72-68 [10]
M15    vs Clemson @    W    85-74
M22    vs Purdue %    W    67-62 [20]
M24    vs Louisville %    L    54-59 [2]
# NCAA First and Second Rounds (Tempe, Arizona)
@ NCAA West Regional (Tucson, Arizona)
% NCAA Final Four (Indianapolis, Indiana)
* Pac-10 Conference game
[ ] Associated Press rank

1980-81 UCLA (20-7, 13-5 Pac-10 3rd) NCAA Second Round Date Opponent Result Score N28 VMI W [6] 99-61 N29 Notre Dame W [6] 94-81 [10] D6 Saint Mary's W [3] 113-70 D13 Pepperdine W [3] 81-63 D15 Evansville W [3] 69-62 D21 vs Temple # W [3] 73-49 D27 at DePaul L [3] 77-93 [1] J3 Washington * W [7] 96-74 J5 Washington St * W [7] 87-61 J10 USC * L [7] 66-68 J16 at Arizona St * L [8] 74-78, 3ot [12] J17 at Arizona * W [8] 79-76 J23 Stanford * W [12] 85-58 J24 California * W [12] 75-61 J29 at Oregon St * L [10] 67-81 [1] J31 at Oregon * W [10] 75-69 F6 at USC * W [12] 76-62 F8 at Notre Dame W [12] 51-50 [9] F12 Arizona * W [8] 90-79 F14 Arizona State * W [8] 64-61 [5] F19 at California * W [6] 72-66 F21 at Stanford * L [6] 72-74 F27 Oregon * W [13] 98-75 M1 Oregon State * L [13] 76-82 [1] M5 at Wash. St * W [13] 59-50 M7 at Washington * W [13] 91-72 M14 BYU @ L [10] 55-78 [16] # Tokyo, Japan @ NCAA Second Round (Providence, Rhode Island) * Pac-10 Conference game [ ] Associated Press rank

1983-84 Kansas (22-10, 9-5 Big Eight 2nd) Big Eight Tournament Champions NCAA Second Round Date Opponent Result Score N26 at Houston L [17] 76-91 [3] D1 at Saint Louis W 67-63 D3 Morehead State W 75-57 D5 Jackson State W 89-57 D10 Kentucky L 50-72 [2] D17 Florida Southern W 85-73 D19 Oral Roberts W 65-64 D22 at Ohio State L 74-79 D28 vs Tulane @ W 67-64 D29 v S.W. Louisiana L 45-54 J7 FIU W 99-47 J11 Texas Southern W 101-64 J14 Colorado * W 53-48 J18 Missouri * W 73-56 J21 at Iowa State * L 56-61 J25 Nebraska * W 77-61 J28 Kansas State * W 65-54 J31 at Oklahoma * L 84-103 [12] F5 Wichita State W 79-69 F8 at Oklahoma St * L 61-71 F11 Iowa State * W 80-72 F15 at Nebraska * W 67-66 F18 at Missouri * W 72-62 F22 Oklahoma * L 82-92 [8] F25 at Kansas St * W 63-61 F29 at Colorado * L 85-89 M3 Oklahoma State * W 91-70 M6 Oklahoma State # W 75-58 M9 vs Kansas St % W 70-59 M10 vs Oklahoma % W 79-78 [6] M16 vs Alcorn St & W 57-56 M18 vs Wake Forest & L 59-69 [19] @ Sugar Bowl Tournament (New Orleans, Louisiana) # Big Eight Tournament - Quarterfinal % Big Eight Tournament (Kansas City, Missouri) & NCAA First and Second Rounds (Lincoln, Nebraska) * Big Eight Conference game [ ] Associated Press rank

1984-85 Kansas (26-8, 11-3 Big Eight 2nd) NCAA Second Round Date Opponent Result Score N23 vs Maryland @ W [19] 58-56 N24 vs Oregon @ W [19] 66-49 N25 vs UAB @ L [19] 46-50 D1 Detroit W [20] 86-64 D4 South Dakota St W [19] 85-72 D8 Abilene Christ. W [19] 84-72 D10 S. Carolina St W [19] 81-54 D15 Houston W [18] 87-75 D22 at George Wash. W [15] 76-70 D31 vs Kentucky ^ L [12] 89-92 J3 Texas Southern W [11] 78-74 J5 vs. Wichita St ! W [11] 90-83 J7 Western Carolina W [11] 79-62 J11 South Alabama W [10] 90-81 J17 Iowa State * W [9] 76-72 J19 at Oklahoma * L [9] 76-87 [13] J22 Missouri * W [15] 70-68 J26 at Colorado * W [15] 70-68 J27 at Michigan L [15] 77-96 [18] J30 at Kansas St * W [19] 75-57 F2 at Nebraska * W [19] 91-80 F4 Colorado * W [19] 88-69 F6 Oklahoma State * W [13] 84-72 F9 Memphis State W [13] 75-71 [3] F12 at Missouri * L [10] 55-62 F16 at Iowa State * L [10] 70-72 F20 Kansas State * W [15] 75-64 F24 Oklahoma * W [15] 82-76 [5] F28 Nebraska * W [11] 70-65 M2 at Oklahoma St * W [11] 88-79 M5 Nebraska * W [10] 74-69 M9 vs Iowa State & L [10] 59-75 M14 vs Ohio % W [13] 49-38 M16 vs Auburn % L [13] 64-66 @ Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, Alaska) ^ Louisville, Kentucky ! Kansas City, Missouri & Big Eight Tournament (Kansas City, Missouri) * Big Eight Conference game % NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds (South Bend, Indiana) [ ] Associated Press rank

1985-86 Kansas (35-4, 13-1 Big Eight 1st) Big Eight Champions Big Eight Tournament Champions NCAA Final Four Date Opponent Result Score N22 vs Pepperdine = W [5] 67-61 N24 vs Washington = W [5] 69-64 N29 vs Louisville ! W [5] 83-78 [9] D1 vs Duke ! L [5] 86-92 [6] D3 SIU-Edwardsville W [7] 86-71 D4 Western Carolina W [7] 101-79 D7 vs NC State ~ W [7] 71-56 D9 South Alabama W [7] 72-48 D14 Kentucky W [7] 83-66 [9] D21 Arkansas W [6] 89-78 D23 George Wash. W [6] 94-71 D27 Louisiana Tech + W [6] 81-59 D28 Wichita State + W [6] 81-56 J4 at Memphis State L [5] 80-83, ot [9] J6 at Detroit W [5] 60-51 J11 SMU W [9] 72-56 J15 at Nebraska * W [8] 81-70 J18 Oklahoma State * W [8] 95-72 J21 Oklahoma * W [7] 98-92 [5] J23 at Missouri * W [7] 81-77 J25 Louisville W [7] 71-69 [13] J27 at Iowa State * L [7] 74-77 F1 at Kansas St * W [4] 64-50 F5 Colorado * W [6] 100-64 F8 at Oklahoma St * W [6] 85-69 F11 Missouri * W [3] 100-66 F15 Nebraska * W [3] 79-61 F19 at Colorado * W [3] 79-74 F22 Kansas State * W [3] 84-69 F24 at Oklahoma * W [3] 87-80 [10] M1 Iowa State * W [2] 90-70 M7 vs Kansas St & W [2] 74-51 M8 vs Oklahoma & W [2] 72-70 [15] M9 vs Iowa State & W [2] 73-71 M13 vs NC A&T # W [2] 71-46 M15 vs Temple # W [2] 65-43 M21 vs Michigan St @ W [2] 96-86, ot [18] M23 vs NC State @ W [2] 75-67 M29 vs Duke % L [2] 67-71 [1] = Preseason NIT (Denver, Colorado) ! Preseason NIT (New York, New York) ~ Greensboro, North Carolina + Kansas City, Missouri & Big Eight Tournament (Kansas City, Missouri) # NCAA First and Second Rounds (Dayton, Ohio) @ NCAA Midwest Regional (Kansas City, Missouri) % NCAA Final Four (Dallas, Texas) * Big Eight Conference game [ ] Associated Press rank

1986-87 Kansas (25-11, 9-5 Big Eight T-2nd) NCAA Regional Semifinal Date Opponent Result Score N29 Tennessee-Martin W [8] 88-69 D1 Southern W [8] 87-69 D4 Washington W [6] 82-68 D6 at Arkansas L [6] 86-103 D13 Colorado * W [14] 59-56 D20 Texas Tech W [13] 82-52 D22 The Citadel W [13] 74-71 D28 vs Pittsburgh @ L [13] 76-79 [14] D29 vs Ohio State @ L [13] 78-79, ot D30 at Hawai'i W [12] 81-80, ot J6 at Wichita State L [19] 49-54 J8 Temple W [19] 67-64 [8] J11 at Oklahoma St * W [19] 66-63 J15 at Oklahoma * L [20] 74-76 [16] J17 Miami (Fla.) W [20] 82-47 J20 Missouri * W 71-70 J22 Nebraska * W 86-65 J25 NC State % W 74-60 [20] J27 Iowa State * W [20] 72-48 J31 at Louisville W [20] 62-58 F4 at Kansas St * W [18] 80-75, 2ot F7 Oklahoma State * W [18] 88-63 F8 Notre Dame W [18] 70-60 F11 at Missouri * L [17] 60-63 F14 Oklahoma * W [17] 86-84 [8] F17 at Iowa State * L [15] 86-95 F19 Kansas State * W [15] 84-67 F21 at Saint John's W [15] 62-60 [20] F25 at Colorado * L [16] 56-66 F28 at Nebraska * L [16] 81-83, ot M6 vs Oklahoma St & W 67-58 M7 vs Oklahoma & W 82-77 [17] M8 vs Missouri & L 65-67 [19] M13 vs Houston # W [20] 66-65 M15 vs Missouri St # W [20] 67-63 M20 vs Georgetown @ L [20] 57-70 [4] @ Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) % Kansas City, Missouri & Big Eight Tournament (Kansas City, Missouri) # NCAA First and Second Rounds (Atlanta, Georgia) @ NCAA Southeast Regiona (Louisville, Kentucky) * Big Eight Conference game [ ] Associated Press rank

1987-88 Kansas (27-11, 9-5 Big Eight 3rd) NCAA Champions Date Opponent Result Score N27 vs Chaminade W [7] 89-62 N28 vs Iowa L [7] 81-100 [11] N29 vs Illinois L [7] 75-81 D1 Pomona-Pitzer W [16] 94-38 D3 at W. Carolina W [16] 68-63 D5 Saint John's W [16] 63-54 D7 Appalachian St W [16] 73-62 D12 Rider W [18] 110-72 D19 at NC State W [17] 74-67 D28 vs. Memphis St W [18] 64-62 D30 at Saint John's L [17] 56-70 J4 at Washington W [17] 67-57 J6 American W [18] 90-69 J9 Missouri * W [18] 78-74 J13 at Iowa State * L [16] 78-88 [14] J16 Hampton W [16] 95-69 J23 at Notre Dame L [16] 76-80 J27 at Nebraska * L 68-70 J30 Kansas State * L 61-72 F3 Oklahoma * L 65-73 [7] F6 Colorado * W 73-62 F10 at Oklahoma St * W 78-68 F13 Iowa State * W 82-72 F16 Nebraska * W 70-48 F18 at Kansas St * W 64-63 F20 Duke L 70-74, ot [6] F24 at Oklahoma * L 87-95 [4] F27 at Missouri * W 82-77 [15] M2 at Colorado * W 85-64 M5 Oklahoma State * W 75-57 M11 vs Oklahoma St & W 74-58 M12 vs Kansas St & L 54-69 M18 vs Xavier # W 85-72 [18] M20 vs Murray St # W 61-58 M25 vs Vanderbilt @ W 77-64 M27 vs Kansas St @ W 71-58 [20] A2 vs Duke % W 66-59 [5] A4 vs Oklahoma % W 83-79 [4] + Maui Classic (Maui, Hawaii) = ECAC Holiday Festival (New York, New York)

& Big Eight Tournament (Kansas City, Missouri) # NCAA First and Second Rounds (Lincoln, Nebraska) @ NCAA Midwest Regional (Pontiac, Michigan) % NCAA Final Four (Kansas City, Missouri) * Big Eight Conference game [ ] Associated Press rank

2012-13 SMU (15-17, 5-11 Conference USA 11th) Date Opponent Result Score N11 Loyola Marymount W 73-58 N15 at TCU W 64-61 N17 at Texas State W 78-75 N19 Malone ~ W 81-47 N21 Rider ~ W 83-70 N24 vs UALR @ L 56-69 N25 vs Missouri St @ W 62-61 N28 Utah W 62-55 D1 at Hofstra W 73-47 D15 at Rhode Island L 50-72 D18 at Utah L 53-62 D21 vs Wagner # L 53-63 D22 vs Alcorn St # W 67-52 D30 Furman W 72-53 J2 Wyoming L 56-59 J6 Tulsa * L 47-48 J9 at Houston * L 67-78 J12 Tulane * W 59-53 J16 Southern Miss * L 70-74 J19 at UTEP * L 54-63 J26 at UCF * L 65-74 J30 at Marshall * W 68-57 F2 Houston * L 80-84 ot F6 Memphis * L 52-60 F9 at Rice * W 61-39 F16 at Tulane * L 67-78 F23 East Carolina * L 69-72 F27 Rice * W 67-55 M2 at UAB * L 69-74 M6 at Tulsa * W 71-65 M9 UTEP * % L 63-76 M13 vs UAB & L 52-53 ~ Hoops for Hope Classic - Host Rounds @ Hoops for Hope Classic (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico) # Cable Car Classic (Santa Clara, Calif.) % Curtis Culwell Center (Garland, Texas) & C-USA Tournament (Tulsa, Okla. - BOK Center) * Conference USA game [ ] Associated Press rank

2013-14 SMU (27-10, 12-6 American 3rd) NIT Final Date Opponent Result Score N8 vs. TCU ~ W 69-61 N11 Rhode Island W 89-58 N18 at Arkansas L 78-89 N20 Texas State W 70-49 N24 Arkansas - Pine Bluff !+ W 87-61 N26 Sam Houston State !+ W 72-53 N29 vs. Virginia @ L 73-76 [RV/RV] N30 vs. Texas A&M @ W 55-53 [RV/-] D2 McNeese State W 88-59 D4 at Illinois-Chicago W 73-65 D18 UTPA W 82-56 D20 at Wyoming W 62-54 J1 at Cincinnati * L 57-65 J4 Connecticut * W 74-65 [17/15] J12 at Louisville * L [RV/-] 63-71 [12/8] J15 USF * W 71-54 J18 at UCF * W 58-64 J19 Hofstra W 73-49 J21 Rutgers * W [RV/-] 70-56 J26 at Houston * W [RV/-] 75-68 J28 at USF * L [RV/RV] 71-78 F1 Memphis * W [RV/RV] 87-72 [22/22] F6 Temple * W [RV/RV] 75-52 F8 Cincinnati * W [RV/RV] 76-55 [7/7] F13 at Rutgers * W [23/RV] 77-65 F16 at Temple * L [23/RV] 64-71 F19 Houston * W [RV/RV] 68-64 F23 at Connecticut * W [RV/RV] 64-55 [21/21] M1 UCF * W [23/24] 70-55 M5 Louisville * L [18/18] 71-84 [11/9] M8 at Memphis * L [18/18] 58-67 [20/20] M13 vs. Houston % L [25/23] 64-68 M19 UC Irvine & W [-/RV] 68-54 M24 LSU & W [-/RV] 80-67 M26 California & W [-/RV] 67-65 A1 Clemson + W [-/RV] 65-59 A3 Minnesota + L [-/RV] 63-65 ! Buckets & Boots Showcase (Dallas - American Airlines Center) @ Curtis Culwell Center (Garland, Texas) + Corpus Christi Challenge (Host Rounds) # Corpus Christi Challenge (Corpus Christi, Texas) % American Athletic Conference Tournament (Memphis, Tenn. - FedExForum) & NIT (Moody Coliseum) + NIT (Madison Square Garden - New York) * American Athletic Conference game [ ] Associated Press rank; [ AP / Coaches ]

2014-15 SMU (27-7, 15-3 American 1st) American Athletic Conference Champions American Athletic Conference Tournament Champions NCAA Second Round Date Opponent Result Score N14 Lamar ~ W [22/22] 93-54 N17 at Gonzaga L [22/23] 56-72 [13/11] N20 at Indiana ~ L [22/23] 68-74 N22 Eastern Washington ~ W [22/23] 77-68 N25 Arkansas L [--/RV] 72-78 [25/RV] N26 Texas Southern ~ W [--/RV] 72-59 N30 Monmouth W [--/RV] 63-51 D5 Wyoming W 66-53 [RV/RV] D8 UC Santa Barbara W, ot 80-73 D17 Illinois-Chicago W 67-46 D20 at Michigan W 62-51 D29 Midwestern State W 70-61 D31 USF * W 83-49 J3 at Cincinnati * L 50-56 J8 Memphis * W 73-59 J11 at UCF * W 70-61 J14 at Temple * W [RV/RV] 60-55 J17 East Carolina * W [RV/RV] 77-54 J21 at Tulane * W [RV/RV] 66-52 J24 Houston * W [RV/RV] 80-59 J28 at USF * W [RV/RV] 63-52 J31 UCF * W [RV/RV] 75-56 F5 Cincinnati * L [23/23] 54-62 F7 at Tulsa * W [23/23] 68-57 [RV/RV] F12 at Houston * W [25/25] 75-69 F14 Connecticut * W [25/25] 73-55 F19 Temple * W [21/21] 67-58 [RV/-] F26 at Memphis * W [21/21] 66-57 M1 at Connecticut * L [21/21] 73-81 M8 Tulsa * W [22/22] 67-62 [RV/-] M13 vs. East Carolina # W [20/21] 74-68 M14 vs. Temple # W [20/21] 69-56 M15 at Connecticut # W [20/21] 62-54 M19 vs. UCLA % L [18/19] 59-60 ~ Hoosier Showcase * American Athletic Conference game # American Athletic Conference Tournament (Hartford, Conn. - XL Center) % NCAA Tournament (Louisville, Ky. - KFC Yum! Center) [ AP / Coaches ]

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