Found November 12, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
Twenty-five years ago Larry Brown and Danny Manning led Kansas to its second national championship. Today, after all those bouncy basketball years, they're coaching rivals in Conference USA, Manning at Tulsa and Brown at SMU. Brown and Manning both won their debut games last week. Brown's Mustang's beat Loyola Marymount 73-58, and the crowd chanted his name. Somebody asked Brown if he was nervous. He had not coached a college basketball game since that 1988 NCAA championship game against Oklahoma. "Oh my god," Brown said. "This was a long day." Manning and the Golden Hurricane beat LSU-Shreveport 110-54. The home crowd also was good to Manning. "I didn't know what to expect," he said. "It was good to go out and see all the people that had support for our team." Manning and Brown face each other twice this season, Jan. 6 in Dallas and March 6 in Tulsa. The symmetry goes a little deeper, however. Manning spent the la...
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