Larry Brown, 75, has resigned as the head coach of SMU men’s basketball team.
No details have been released as to exactly why but Brown said to ESPN’s Andy Katz, “I’ve got nothing else I can say right now.”
Brown was 94-39 in his four seasons. Last season, his team was the last undefeated team in men’s basketball. They finished 25-5 on the season.
Last season they also self imposed a postseason ban after an NCAA investigation into academic improprieties.
Tim Jankovich, who was hired as the coach-in-waiting under Brown in 2012, will take over.
Brown had coached NBA teams like the Denver Nuggets, New Jersey Nets, San Antonio Spurs, Los Angeles Clippers, and several more. He also won the 2004 NBA title with the Pistons before returning to college basketball.
He led the Jayhawks to the 1988 NCAA title.