SMU to meet with Larry Brown on Saturday
It's gotten so bad for SMU that the Mustangs have now turned their attention to 71-year-old Larry Brown. Sources confirmed to CBSSports.com that Brown will interview with SMU athletic director Steve Orsini on Saturday.
ESPN's Andy Katz was the first to report the news.
Brown, 71, won a national title with Kansas back in 1988 and also won an NBA title with Detroit in 2004. He has been out of coaching since 2010 -- when he was fired after the Charlotte Bobcats were 9-19.
ESPN also reported that Marquette associate head coach Tony Benford will interview with SMU athletic director Steve Orsini, who has been looking for a coach since firing Matt Doherty more than a month ago.
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