The Mustangs were ranked at No. 22 in this week's Associated Press poll, released Monday.
SMU split its two road games in the past week. The Mustangs beat Memphis 66-57 last Thursday, but lost 81-73 against the defending national champions UCONN on Sunday.
SMU is 23-6 overall and 14-3 in the American Athletic Conference.
SMU has one game left in the regular season: hosting first place Tulsa at Moody Coliseum on Sunday afternoon. The Mustangs are in second place in the AAC, but can earn a regular season conference title with a win in their final game.
The Mustangs are looking to make their first NCAA tournament since the 1992-93 season. Most NCAA prediction brackets have SMU in the tournament with a mid-range seed of 6 or 7.