SMU coach Larry Brown is seeing too much evidence that his 18th-ranked Mustangs don’t respond well when things start going poorly.
Former first lady Laura Bush is set to speak as a group of women from Tunisia are introduced as the latest participants in the George W. Bush Institute’s fellowship program.
There was excitement on the hilltop Wednesday night at Southern Methodist University’s Mustangs basketball game.
The moment Republican Greg Abbott announced he was running for Governor, political analysts started saying it’s his race to lose.
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.
Nick Russell and Nic Moore each scored 15 points to lead the Mustangs to a 64-55 win Sunday over No. 21 UConn and a sweep of their season series with the Huskies.
Soldiers who have been trained to lay down their lives in service to the country are often poorly prepared, experts say, to live the American dream they fight to defend.
Former President George W. Bush is to speak on helping military veterans transition back into civilian life. The address is to come Wednesday at a summit in Dallas.
Moore, a 5’9” point guard from Winona Lake, Ind., is playing as well as anyone in the American Athletic Conference right now. He leads his team with 14.1 points and 4.7 assists per game.
Long before SMU was pulling off upset victories at home before sellout crowds, Moody Madness had a much different meaning.
On Sunday, No. 23 SMU Mustangs took a clear step back, one that could drop them the national polls just as quickly as they arrived.
Less than two years after Brown returned to college, a quarter-century after he won a national title at Kansas and with a record nine NBA head jobs to his credit, the No. 23 Mustangs (19-5) are in The Associated Press poll for the first time since March 1985.