1. Pony Ears

Show off your SMU pride at basketball games by making pony ears. The hand signal is a great way to show your support for the Mustangs and can easily be done by making a crimped V with your fingers.

2. The Mob

The resurgence of the SMU basketball program has bred new life into the SMU student section. The Mob is quickly becoming an incredible student section filled with fans dressed in all kinds of crazy costumes, so enjoy the atmosphere they create at an SMU basketball game.

3. Mustang Band

The SMU marching band puts on a great show at football games, and the basketball pep band isn’t too bad either. The Mustang Band keeps the tempo high at basketball games no matter what the score and are a big part of what makes attending an SMU basketball a great experience, so enjoy their tunes when attending a game at Moody Coliseum.

4. SMU Heritage Exhibit

Check out the SMU Heritage Exhibit to learn more about the history of Mustangs athletics. The displays show off SMU’s athletic excellent and is an excellent way to learn more about past Mustangs greats from a variety of sports.

5. Peruna

Peruna is the name of both SMU’s live and costumed mascot. The costumed version makes appearances at Mustangs basketball games and is a fun part of the game for fans of all ages. Keep your eyes open for Peruna as you never know what kind of shenanigans he’ll get into next.

6. SMU Banners

Hanging above the court are several banners celebrating the Mustangs basketball program’s greatest accomplishments. The banners celebrate the schools one trip to the Final Four in 1956 as well as SMU legends including Krebs and Koncak.

7. SMU Team Shop

If you’re looking to pick up a souvenir from your trip, then make sure to stop by the SMU Team Shop. The Team Shop is home to a wide selection of Mustangs gear, so you should be able to find something that strikes your fancy here.

8. SMU-UConn Rivalry

SMU’s Basketball team has recently started become a major contender in the American Athletic Conference and as a result a rivalry is emerging between the Mustangs and former Big East powerhouse UConn. The two schools are two of the best in the AAC, so don’t miss it when the Huskies come to town.

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