Deathon, Ohio – Three-decade coach Frank Dunphy of the Big Five Basketball ended on Tuesday night with the first loss of the Temple at the Belmont Temple. season with owls. He took up at the Temple in 2006. He trained in Penn for 17 seasons before moving to Philadelphia to take over the Temple. Dunphy said on Tuesday evening that his forthcoming departure had not yet completely sunk.
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"I do not have" I did not think too much about it, "he said. "I'll think about the next few days. I very much appreciate what the Temple gave me and what I like about the University of Pennsylvania. I am a happy person.
The temple faded down. and a fourth game with Belmont on Tuesday night, lost 81-70. Dunphy made his way through the handshake line and returned to the dressing room of the Temple without any extra emotion. An incredible career. "
" He's really one of, if not the best person in our business and quality man, "said Bird." This game will be missing. So, I was quite ready to be happy for him if we could not win this game because it was his last year. "
Byrd's team won for the first time in the NCAA tournament, his long career in Belmont, and will play sixth in Maryland on Thursday
Aaron McKay's assistant, who has been working with owls since 2014, conquers Dunphy as the head coach
Dunne ends his time in the Temple with 270 wins, including two in the tournament NCAA, who won a total of 580 games in his 30-seasons as a coach