Monthly Archives: November 2017

Despite losing two games in the Bahamas, the SMU Mustangs flew home with a signature win over the No. 2 ranked team in the country. SMU opened the tournament with a 61-58 loss to Northern Iowa, the probable champion of the Missouri Valley Conference and a solid mid-major contender. However, the Mustangs improbable lost to UNI set up a show down between SMU and No. 2 ranked Arizona Wildcats. And for the… Read More

Players fell to the floor, the ball was everywhere – it was a scramble literally. That or a game a hot potato. Either way, the mayhem that was displayed for 15 seconds during SMU’s first half against University of Arkansas – Pine Bluff was an accurate depiction of SMU’s start to the season. We look like @SMUBasketball now and we are ready for Bahamas #all5onthefloor — Nemanja Jovanovic (@coachnemanja) November 20,… Read More

Mustangs highlight versatility with wins over University of Maryland Baltimore County and University of Louisianan Monroe.  With 13 minutes remaining in the first half Friday night’s game against UMBC, eight Mustangs had already logged minutes on the court. By halftime, nine different players would rotate through the line-up. Despite coaches and writers across the country questioning SMU’s ability to dominate in the American with the addition of Wichita State, Tim Jankovich’s squad highlighted… Read More

FULL INTERVIEW: Travis Mays joined me in the studio as SMU’s Women’s Basketball team prepares for their home opener this Friday at Moody Coliseum.