Larry Brown back for No. 10 SMU day after dizzy spell
DALLAS -- Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown was back at work Monday, a day after missing the second half of SMU's victory over UCF because he felt dizzy.
Brown directed practice for the No. 10 Mustangs (15-0), who earlier Monday moved up five spots in the new Associated Press poll. They are in the top 10 for the first time since February 1985.
The 75-year-old coach says he's going to be all right.
Brown wasn't feeling well all day Sunday, when he coached the first half of SMU's 88-73 victory over UCF. But he didn't return to the court after halftime.
He believes fatigue, dehydration and a virus aggravated symptoms he has dealt with in the past. He saw a doctor after the game.