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The SMU Mustangs are the athletic teams representing Southern Methodist University. The Mustangs participate in the NCAA's Division I (FBS for football) as a member of the American Athletic Conference. SMU was the only private school in the conference when it began operation as The American in 2013, but it was joined by Tulane and Tulsa a year later. From 1918 to 1996, the Mustangs were a member of the Southwest Conference, until it formally disbanded. The Mustangs subsequently joined the Western Athletic Conference and in 2005, SMU accepted an invitation to the Western Division of Conference USA. They accepted an invitation to join the Big East Conference, which split along football lines in 2013, with SMU and the other FBS schools reorganizing as the American Athletic Conference.
The Mustangs' football legacy includes five Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductees, including Heisman winner Doak Walker, All-American Eric Dickerson, and two-time Super Bowl winner Forrest Gregg—whom Vince Lombardi called "the finest player I ever coached." SMU played in three National Championships in football, with a win in the 1982 Cotton Bowl Classic and an unofficial championship in the 1982 "Polyester Bowl." All told, the Mustangs have played in 15 Bowl Games, including one appearance in the Rose Bowl, four appearances in the Cotton Bowl Classic, and four straight bowl appearances following the Mustangs' 2009 resurgence in football.
In men's basketball, the Mustangs have one Final Four Appearance accompanied by 14 Southwest Conference Championships. In April 2012, SMU hired Hall of Fame Coach Larry Brown to lead the Mustangs. Larry Brown is the only coach to have won both an NBA Finals and an NCAA Championship. Brown's first recruiting class, in 2013, was ranked as high as the #14 recruiting class in the nation. SMU's women's basketball team is coached by Coach Rhonda Rompola who won her 400th game in 2013. The team has advanced to the postseason 12 times since 1993 and is a rising power.