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Southwest Conference Men's Basketball
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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 69. 1995-1996. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 28, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1511.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1995-1996). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 69. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1511

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Title Southwest Conference Men's Basketball
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  • Southwest Conference (U.S.)
Publisher Southwest Conference (U.S.)
Date 1995-1996
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  • Basketball
  • College sports
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  • Southwest Conference (U.S.)
Genre (AAT)
  • programs (documents)
Language English
Physical Description 160 page document
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Original Item Location ID 2009-006, Box 7, Folder 9
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Digital Collection University of Houston Sports Championship Publications
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Transcript Horned Frog Coaching Staff 15a skon> all Head Coach Billy Tubbs Tubbs' Career 1971-72 Southwestern .... 12-14 1972-73 Southwestern .... 19-8 1976-77 Lamar 12-17 1977-78 Lamar 18-9 1978-79 ##Lamar 23-9 1979-80 ##Lamar 22-11 1980-81 Oklahoma 9-18 1981-82 #Oklahoma 22-11 1982-83 ##Oklahoma 24-9 1983-84 ##Oklahoma 29-5 1984-85 ##Oklahoma 31-6 1985-86 ##Oklahoma 26-9 1986-87 1987-88 ##Oklahoma 24-10 ##Oklahoma 35-4 1988-89 ##Oklahoma 30-6 1989-90 ##Oklahoma 27-5 1990-91 #Oklahoma 20-15 1991-92 ##Oklahoma 21-9 1992-93 #Oklahoma 20-12 1993-94 #Oklahoma 15-13 1994-95 TCU 16-11 1995-96 TCU Overall Total 21 years, 455-211 (.683) TCU Total nnp xpnr. 16-11 LS93) #denotes NIT ##denotes NCAA Billy T\ibbs (Lamar '58) Considered "the man who builds college basketball programs," Billy Tubbs wasted little time in redirecting the Texas Christian basketball program following his hiring as the Horned Frogs' coach April 9,1994. In just his first season at TCU, Tubbs led a team that had won just 13 games the previous two seasons through a record-breaking campaign - one which saw the Horned Frogs contend for the SWC title, lead the NCAA in scoring offense, break numerous school records, feature the nation's leading scorer and rebounder as well as the SWCs Player- and Newcomer-of-the-Year, all en route to posting a 16-11 final ledger. Needless to say, Tubbs' efforts were rewarded when he was named consensus SWC Coach-of-the-Year. That's just another example of what Tubbs has accomplished throughout his 21-year head coaching career, having fashioned an absolutely amazing won-lost record during his stints at Southwestern (Texas), Lamar, Oklahoma and TCU. He ranks among the NCAA's all-time winningest active coaches with an overall record of 455-211, a 68.3 winning percentage. He also sports an impressive postseason record of 26-15. He has twice been named national coach-of-the-year by Basketball Weekly (1983 and 1985). Tubbs was also a finalist for Associated Press Coach- of-the-Year honors in 1985 and 1989. Tubbs has demonstrated the ability to take a dormant basketball prorgam, located in the heart of football country, and mold it into a national power as well as a feature entertainment attraction. Despite recruiting classes lacking high school Ail-Americans, nor having a legitimate post player, and by using a somewhat visionary approach, Tubbs can coach - and outcoach - the best of them. He pioneered the up-tempo, transitional game affectionately referred to as "Billyball". Following stints as an assistant coach at Lamar and North Texas, as well as two years as head coach at Southwestern, Tubbs hit the big time when he took over as head coach at Lamar in 1976-77. In four seasons under Tubbs, the Cardinals jumped out of the shadows and into the spotlight, earning two NCAA Tournament berths, advancing to the "Sweet 16" in 1980. From Lamar, Tubbs moved north of the Red River to undertake the rebuilding process at Oklahoma. Over the next 14 seasons, he would guide the Sooners to 13 consecutive winning campaigns, posting a 333-133 record. He led Oklahoma to four Big Eight titles and nine NCAA appearances. His 1987- 88 team was the second-highest scoring squad in NCAA history (102.9 ppg) and reached the NCAA Championship game. Born in St. Louis, Mo., and raised in Tulsa, Okla., Tubbs earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education from Lamar in 1958, then earned a Master of Education degree from Stephen F. Austin in 1959. Tubbs and his wife, Pat, have two children, Tommy, who played two seasons as point guard for his father at Oklahoma (1984-85), and Taylor, a former head Pom Pon for the Sooner cagers. m^^ *^P tori Steve McClain Asst. Coach 817/921-7968 Richard Bacon Asst. Coach 817/921-7968 Steve Smith Asst. Coach 817/921-7968 Daniel-Meyer Coliseum 68 Southwest Conference Basketball SWC