Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Dunphy still winning

Fran Dunphy stays alive in the Washington Post's best non-BCS coach contest.

Dunphy still winning

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I forgot that the semifinals of Press Break's best non-BCS coach were today. As I write this, Temple fans have little to worry about as Fran Dunphy has a huge lead over the College of Charleston's Bobby Cremins.

Should Dunphy hold on, he'll face a huge test in the last round: either Butler's Brad Stevens or Xavier's Sean Miller. Right now, Miller has the lead. And if it is an all-Atlantic 10 final, you have to wonder about the karmic consequences of those two programs facing off.

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