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Southwest Conference Men's Basketball
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Southwest Conference (U.S.). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 102. 1995-1996. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 27, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1544.

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Southwest Conference (U.S.). (1995-1996). Southwest Conference Men's Basketball - Page 102. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1602/show/1544

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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.)
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  • programs (documents)
Language English
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Transcript 1924 Texas 20 0 1.000 TCU 15 4 .789 Okla. A&M 10 4 .714 Texas A&M 12 11 .522 SMU 7 15 .318 Baylor 7 17 .292 Arkansas 3 9 .250 Rice 3 17 .150 Champion: Texas Coach: E.J. Stewart Captain: Ivan Robertson 1923 w L IM. Texas A&M 15 3 .833 Texas 9 7 .562 Okla. A&M 7 8 .467 Rice 7 8 .467 Baylor 7 13 .350 SMU 4 10 .286 Champion: Texas A&M Coach: D.X . Bible Captain: Tiny Keen 1922 \N i. IM. Texas A&M 13 3 .812 Texas 14 4 .778 Baylor 8 8 .500 SMU 4 11 .267 Okla. A&M 1 4 .200 Rice 1 1 .083 SWC Co-Championship Years Champion: Texas A&M Coach: D.X. Bible Captain: Pat Dwyer 1921 u i. Pet. Texas A&M 10 2 .833 Baylor 8 4 .667 Texas 9 5 .643 Rice 4 9 .308 SMU 0 11 .000 Champion: Texas A&M Coach: D.X Bible Captain: A.L. Forbes 1920 w I. Pet. Texas A&M 16 0 1.000 Phillips 2 1 .667 Texas 4 6 .400 Rice 2 5 .286 SMU 2 8 .200 Baylor 1 7 .125 Champion: Texas A&M Coach: Billy Driver Captain: E.E. McQuillin 1919 w II 7 5 2 2 Texas Texas A&M SMU Rice Baylor Champion: Texas Coach: Roy Henderson Captain: Jimmy Greer 1918 im. .846 .700 .455 .200 .200 In the event of ties for first place in final basketball standings, the Southwest Conference declares co-champions. Prior to the Post-Season Classic, inaugurated for the 1976 season, playoffs were held in co-championship seasons to name the SWC representative in the NCAA championship tournament. A new set of rules was adopted in the event of ties for first, or any other place in the standings, as final rankings determined the bracketing of the Post-Season Classic. The rules for bracketing tied teams in the Classic. In the event that a tie occurs for the championship, the seed position will be determined by (1) record against each other, and (2) record against other conference opponents starting with the next higher team and working down. Ties for all seeds below first shall be settled by (1) record against each other, and (2) record against other conference opponents starting with first-place team(s) and working down. If the formula does not produce a break of a tie, a coin flip shall be used to determine the bracketing. Following are the results of past co-championship seasons: 1935 — A bid for a three-way championship playoff between Arkansas, Rice and SMU was not acted on by Arkansas. No playoff was held. 1942 — Rice represented SWC in NCAA tournament, Arkansas yielding because of injuries and service enlistments. 1943 — Rice accepted National Invitation Tournament bid, canceling best-of-3 playoffs with Texas for NCAA tournament. 1944 — Rice withdrew from playoff consideration due to military commitment and regulations, then Arkansas withdraw from NCAA tournament because of auto accident injuring several players. 1945 — Arkansas, Baylor and Rice entered four-team NCAA playoff with Arizona. First round - 34; Arizona 55, Baylor 47. Second round — Arkansas 65, Arizona 44. - Arkansas 50, Rice 1950 — Baylor was selected for NCAA tournament over Arkansas and Arizona by selection committee composed of Matty Bell of SMU, Jack Gray of Texas and Emil Larsen of Border Conference. Arizona had accepted NIT bid, making a three-team playoff impossible to arrange, and Baylor had defeated Arkansas in both regular-season SWC meetings to win committee approval. 1951 — First round — A&M 50, TCU 44 (Texas drew a bye). Second round — (best-of-3) — A&M 45, Texas 43; Texas 35, A&M 34; A&M 33, Texas 32. 1954 — (best-of-3) — Rice 70, Texas 62; Rice 72, Texas 71. 1958 — Arkansas 61, SMU 55 (at Shreveport). 1962 — Texas Tech 71, SMU 67. 1965 — SMU 80, Texas 78 (at Waco). 1972 — Texas 83, SMU 82 (at Waco). 1978 — Texas and Arkansas tied, Texas drawing the first-place spot in the tournament by beating third-place Houston twice while Arkansas split with Houston. 1979 — Texas and Arkansas tied, Texas drawing the first-place spot in the tournament by beating third-place Texas A&M twice while Arkansas split with A&M. 1986—A tri-championship occurred among TCU, Texas A&M and Texas. TCU drew the No. 1 spot in the tournament by virtue of beating fourth place SMU twice while Texas A&M split with the Mustangs. In head-to-head competition, TCU and Texas A&M split while Texas split with TCU but lost twice to A&M. 1992 — Texas and Houston tied, Texas drawing the top seed in the tournament by defeating Houston in both contests during the regular season. 1995 — Texas and Texas Tech tied, with Texas drawing the top seed. The teams split two regular season meetings, but Texas earned the top seed by virtue of beating third place TCU twice, while Texas Tech split a pair of meetings with TCU. Rice 7 i 3 IM. .700 1917 1916 1915 Texas 8 4 .667 \\ i. ivt. \N i IM. W L IM. Texas A&M 7 7 .500 Texas 7 1 .875 Texas 6 0 1.000 Texas 5 0 1.000 Baylor 2 Okla. A&M 1 7 .222 Texas A&M 3 3 .500 Texas A&M 6 2 .750 Rice 5 1 .833 4 .200 Baylor 0 6 .000 Rice 5 3 .625 Texas A&M 4 1 .800 Champion: Rice Champion: Texas Southwestern 0 4 .000 Southwestern 1 5 .167 Coach: Sherman-W.E. Tisdale Coach: Eug ene Van Gent Baylor 0 8 .000 Baylor 0 8 .000 CaDtain: Lawrence Kingsland Captain: Pi g Dittmar Champion: Texas Champion: Texas Coach: Roy Henderson Coach: L. Theo Belmont Captain: Pete Edmond Captain: Clyde Littlefield SWC Southwest Conference Basketball 101