DALLAS (AP) Bob Prewitt, who was part of SMU's only NCAA Final Four during three decades as a player and coach, has died. He was 93.
The school said Friday that Prewitt died on Thursday.
Prewitt was an assistant coach for 18 seasons, a stretch during which SMU reached the Final Four in 1956 and won eight Southwest Conference titles. He was then head coach of the Mustangs for eight seasons, from 1967-75. They won the SWC regular-season title in 1972.