Dallas sports fans might be familiar with late-game goaltending controversies.
SMU’s 60-59 loss not only ended the Mustangs NCAA Tournament run, but it also signaled the end of Ryan Manuel, Cannen Cunningham, Kevin Dunleavy, Jean-Michael Mudiay, and Yanick Moreira’s time on the Hilltop.
SMU fell to UCLA 60-59 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
It’s the Mustangs’ first return to the Big Dance since 1993, and we’ve sent a team of student journalists to cover all of the live action at their matchup vs. UCLA.
Hatts, Demetrio, and Patrick make a pit stop in Memphis to remind you that they are on their way to Louisville to cover SMU in the NCAA Tournament.
In it’s first NCAA Championship appearance since 1993, SMU takes on the UCLA Bruins in the second round.
Scott breaks down SMU’s win over UCONN on Sunday
When the last bits of confetti fell down onto the court in the XL Center, moments after SMU was crowned the American Athletic Conference Tournament Champions, so did the Huskies hopes of dancing.
It’s feels good be on top of the conference. And now that SMU has conquered the conference and won both the regular season and the tournament titles, lets look back at their AAC Championship run.
After defeating UCONN 62-54 in the American Athletic Conference Tournament at the XL Center in Hartford, CT on Sunday, SMU earns the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.